I love how Zombie Boy and Picpak Dog are reacting to Gorr in this dizzy delineation by Kim Belding. Kim delivers plenty of zaniness and laughs with his tubby pink dog Picpak, and his blue cat friend, Wakky on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at Picpak Dog. If you like your comics fun and colorful, like the good old days of newspaper comic strips, this strip is for you! Thanks for this fun drawing, Kim!
Follow Kim on Twitter: @picpak
One of the things that thrills me the most about doing a webcomic is when an artist I admire and respect illustrates one of my characters. Don Ahé made my day when he informed me that he had created a drawing of Zombie Boy for me. To say I was excited when I saw it would be an understatement! There is such a joy in Don’s line and color that just soaks through everything he does!
Don has truly captured the spirit of classic comics in his thoroughly delightful online strip, Road Apples Almanac. Aldous Otter escaped a stressful and mysterious past and found refuge on a farm in the country, together with his faithful canine Shep, and a rooster named Doc. Don has crafted a wonderful adventure that updates three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Road Apples Almanac is an all-ages strip that has something to delight everybody!
Thank you so much, Don!
Follow Don of Twitter: @rdapplesalmanac
Zombie Boy appears in two wonderful Halloween-centric strips this year. First, Neftali Rivera, author and artist of Midtoon, drops the little rapscallion in his latest strip in a most creative way! Javier Campos finds a perfect way to frighten his baby sister, Sofia, but Mom’s not too thrilled about it! You can see that strip here. Midtoon is a slice-of-life webcomic about the pains and joys of family and friendship, lovingly written and exquisitely illustrated by Nef. Visit his site and get to know his warm characters and admire his vibrant art!
Zack Wilson, dressed as Iron Man, and his adopted sheep brother, Chuck, rub elbows in a local pub with some familiar webcomic characters, including Zombie Boy, in a special Halloween strip you can see right here. This is the second time my pal, and fellow cartoonist, David Wilborn, creator and CEO of all things Urban Jungle, has put ZB in one of his strips. The first time was here, when ZB applied to become an office intern. Thanks so much, David!
Here’s a drawing that is sure to thrill you by Kevin Parham whose webcomic, Another Comic Strip takes a hilarious and thought-provoking poke at pop culture in a deliciously funny way. Kevin has the kind of sense of humor that I can really identify with. He takes a satirical and unvarnished view of things, drops it into funny panels and polishes it off with his excellent art. I’m a big fan of The Walking Dead, and this poster-like masterpiece would get even a zombie’s blood racing! Thanks so much, Kevin, for putting this piece together! I love your vision of Zombie Boy and that expression on Gorr makes me laugh out loud!
Follow Kevin on Twitter at: @bkparham
If you don’t dig this drawing of Zombie Boy and Gorr by James Stowe, you need to have an eye exam! James is the creator and orchestrator of Sidekick Quests, an exquisitely drawn and adventuresome blend of webcomics and RPGs! Sidekick Quests posts every Monday, often with RPG content you can purchase and download. I adore James’ work, he has a style so fun, so vibrant and colorful, you just have to stare at it! Check out his site and watch his Ustream videos, it’s a blast watching him work!
Follow James on Twitter: @jamesstowe