New Webcomic. I’m a Fan!

Really quick I want to promote a webcomic I just learned about. I found this among the forum pages on the main site of the Ohio Garrison of the 501st Legion, the Star Wars costuming association. I regularly post on that forum, though sadly I have yet to acquire my own armor, or any other credible Star Wars costume in order to become a full member. One day. *sigh*

Anyway the comic is put out by a fellow by the name of Jason Banditt Adams and is called Rogue’s Galley. I’ve noticed his posts on the 501st forum before, but I can’t say that we’ve ever really gotten to know each other. However he recently posted the link to his webcomic and I have to say I was pretty impressed. The artwork is good and the writing is really great! It’s hard to come up with those quick three panel comics, and make them funny, but from what I’ve seen so far that doesn’t seem to be a problem for him. Basically the premise is about the classic villains of our childhood (that is if you were a child during the 80’s and 90’s) hanging out at a this bar, the Rogue’s Galley, and talking about how terrible things are on the perpetually losing end of a continuous struggle between good and evil. Shredder, Cobra Commander, Gargamel, Mumm-Ra they’re all there so follow this LINK and go check it out immediately! As of this writing there were only about 6 comics posted, but with such a strong start I’m sure there are more to come! Also look up Rogue’s Galley on Facebook HERE and stay up to date when new strips are posted!

Gotta support a fellow Star Wars fan in his rad artistic pursuits!
http://www.rogue-artist.com/rgcomic/index.html

If you love the old cartoons, then go read this comic!

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One comment on “New Webcomic. I’m a Fan!

  1. Banditt says:

    Thanks very kindly for the bump Josh! Im glad you like the strips. I have over 30 written and 8 actually drawn up. The queue has a few reserves just waiting to get posted; every Monday or Tuesday.

    I can only say that it gets better. Especially if you love Star Wars! The first few strips are obligatory set-ups to set the mood, background and character development. Once that is established, I can just run with it. Which is about where I am getting to about now 🙂

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