Digger Volume 2 Review

The second collection of Digger features the third and fourth chapters of the highly acclaimed webcomic. Digger is still lost in the strange land she discovered at the end of a one-way tunnel, which now seems more intentional than accidental. A seemingly innocuous fossil she picked up on the way is suspected of having more to it than meets the eye, and the beneficient talking statue of Ganesh has a need that sends Digger and a decidedly unhinged acolyte deep underground in search of answers.
Compared to all that, vampire squash, hungry hyenas, and over-zealous religious police are trifles, really…
Digger Volume Two continues the story which is attracting so much attention. The New York Times calls Digger “…A visually powerful strip.”, and Ping Teo (“The Jaded”) says “Everyone’s been rhapsodizing about it, and with good reason.” This collection also contains a short bonus section written and illustrated by Ursula, describing the domesticated species of moles favored by wombat society in the pursuit of their digging.

I never even heard of the Digger webcomic before buying Digger volume 2 at the most recent MFF and what I found utterly delighted me. What you get is a great story that doesn’t take itself too seriously, wonderful characters whose backgrounds will surprise you sometimes in the countryside being Australia that most of us really don’t know much about.

I give Digger a solid 10 and if I knew it was this good I would of bought the entire series collection instead of just volume 2. Solid 10 out of 10.

Guy Buys Islamophobic Hate Group’s Domain Name And Turns It Into An Erotic Furry Site

Comicsans.com reports that Brady Grumpelt came to an important realization.

When feeling frustrated about the rise of a Canadian alt-right group called The Wolves of Odin, he discovered that they did not have a website registered under their name. So he registered one for them.

The Wolves of Odin is known for its Islamophobic tirades, harassing Muslims and spying on Canada’s oldest mosque. As an antidote to this hatred, Grumpelt decided to make the website that bears their name a home for gay furry erotica.

Justice, Karma whatever Furry Times salutes Brady Grumpelt