In an internet awash in web comic strips, it is nice when you find one that you actually take the time to go back and check on a weekly basis. Danger Brigade is one of those comics. A friend of mine suggested I check it out, and I have been hooked ever since. It turned out that it is written by an acquaintance, so…
FULL DISCLOSURE: The writer sometimes contributes to this blog. I’m not playing favorites here, he writes good comics, that’s why he writes for us.
Danger Brigade follows the life and times of two best friends working on their own comic book. One wears sweater vests and is rational, and the other is…Not. The artist for the strip is the pseudonymous Metro Catpiss whose art stands out in independent web comics because of his use of bright comics and not overly stylized drawing. Basically the two main characters do everything but work on their comic book.
Recently they hit #100 and they switched duties, with Metro Catpiss writing and David Lee taking over art duties. Result: still funny, still eyeball pleasing.
Check it out. It’s free. What do you have to lose?