The Great SideChicks Migration

Okay, there are only two lead characters, but they’re looking for a new home. Graphic Smash which has been un-tended for a few years will be shut down sometime soon. Between that and a new project, I need to rethink and rework the way I put out webcomics. More coming soon as I find a new place to park the 5 issues of free stuff.

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4 Responses to The Great SideChicks Migration

  1. Norbert says:

    Hello Bill,
    I was just about to try and buy the collected volumes of the SideChicks saga so far. There is still a way to get it as printed comicbooks, right? I googled your name plus the word “SideChicks”, and that is how I learned that the Graphic Smash website is no longer online. But I’m sure you will soon find another and even better outlet for your web comics.
    So this is now your current website? I’ll bookmark it right away. Oh, and I’m also sending regards from Cynthia over at Spectrum Games!
    Hope to hear from you again soon.
    Have a good day.

  2. Norbert says:

    Thank you very much. That works nicely.

    • Gregoria says:

      The only other review that was potesd gave this subscription 1 star. I’m 33 and have been reading comics for the better part of 21 years. When most people think about comics they think of the old 60 s Batman television show or the horrendously campy movies in the 90 s. Comic’s, as a medium, as so much more.The dark age came and comics looked for realism. Villians that no longer simply showed up to rob a bank and danced gleefully through the streets while the heroes slugged it out an then call each other chum or pal . The villian’s played for keeps and are deadly. Nowhere else are these villians showcased than in the Batman title. The bad guys are mostly insane and kill freely and without remorse.Are all comics this dark? No, try Superman for example. He is the light and hope for the world and his books display that. He is the all-american boyscout . Batman’s title is dark because that is the environment in which he lives. He is a hero that was born of violence when his parents were coldly killed by a street thug in a senseless moment.I have read this book and I see nothing wrong with it. Parent’s should be aware that there are more adult themes being presented and should buy accordingly. Always know what you are giving your child, it’s your responsibility. Research before you buy, don’t wait until after the fact to preach morality.