Web comics

Some interesting science fiction web comics I came across recently:

  • Bohemian Drive: In a post-human future, two obsolete robots go on a
    road trip through the Solar System. Hijinks and soul searching ensue.
  • The Spiders: In an alternate history, President Gore’s Department of Defense wages war in Afghanistan. Mind control weapons and utterly ubiquitous surveillance drones are everywhere. Weird things begin to happen. Trust me, this comic depicts a world only seconds away from our future. It’s terribly sad that this comic has been dormant for four years. I gave him money, because Patrick S. Farley, whether he knows it
    or not, is a kick-ass science fiction writer.
  • Gone with the Blastwave: Think of life after Doctor Strangelove, think of Catch 22, think of Red
    versus Blue, in a bleak, ruined cityscape after a nuclear war, surviving soldiers get progressively more detached and absurd.
  • Node: What psychotherapy will probably be like in the near future.
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2 Responses to Web comics

  1. Toby says:

    Spiders kicks ass!

  2. Pace Arko says:

    Doesn’t it though?! I looked through his site and Farley has some other cool, illustrated science fiction stories–like one that mixes Jainism, reincarnation and nanotechnology.

    I referenced him once before on my site but at the time I wasn’t aware of his science fiction stuff.

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