The Duck is BACK, baby!Thanks to the hard work and effort of Ozoneocean of Pinky TA, JustNoPoint of The Devon Legacy, and Jamey Sharp of Comic Rocket, our beloved webcomics host is back up and running!There’s a small snag in that the drunkduck.com URL doesn’t work right now, and everything has to be accessed through http://www.theduckwebcomics.com (so some links and such may not work)… but everything’s still there! Your favorites, the forums and threads, user accounts and comics- all restored. A pretty big success, I’d say!And in BONUS developments, [b]The Duck is currently in community hands with Wowio’s blessing[/b]. There is more discussion going on in the DD Facebook group, and some things to be discussed/worked out privately, but it is our goal to get coding, advertising, and all functional site development and support back in the hands of its members. Ozoneocean is driving this effort, which has been a lot of work on his and several other peoples’ part, so kudos to him. It has been going very well so far- Wowio is very agreeable- there’s just the usual details to work out. Stay tuned for more updates. Things may happen a little slowly (and perhaps not publicly) at first, but the most important thing is that things ARE happening! Heck, we’ve got the site back up and everything. :] If you really want to keep up with this development, join the Facebook group! It looks like there’s also a forum thread where ongoing information will be posted.YAY!

The Duck is BACK, baby!

Thanks to the hard work and effort of Ozoneocean of Pinky TA, JustNoPoint of The Devon Legacy, and Jamey Sharp of Comic Rocket, our beloved webcomics host is back up and running!

There’s a small snag in that the drunkduck.com URL doesn’t work right now, and everything has to be accessed through http://www.theduckwebcomics.com (so some links and such may not work)… but everything’s still there! Your favorites, the forums and threads, user accounts and comics- all restored. A pretty big success, I’d say!

And in BONUS developments, [b]The Duck is currently in community hands with Wowio’s blessing[/b]. There is more discussion going on in the DD Facebook group, and some things to be discussed/worked out privately, but it is our goal to get coding, advertising, and all functional site development and support back in the hands of its members. Ozoneocean is driving this effort, which has been a lot of work on his and several other peoples’ part, so kudos to him. It has been going very well so far- Wowio is very agreeable- there’s just the usual details to work out. Stay tuned for more updates. Things may happen a little slowly (and perhaps not publicly) at first, but the most important thing is that things ARE happening! Heck, we’ve got the site back up and everything. :] If you really want to keep up with this development, join the Facebook group! It looks like there’s also a forum thread where ongoing information will be posted.

YAY!




May the Rain Come
Featured comic for 17 July, 2013
Will Weasel has been away fighting in the war these past seven years. He’s just now returning home to his little home town of Blue Bough. A lot has changed since he’s been away and the town is beset by a crippling drought, will feels lonely and strangely disconnected from all that was once familiar to him. This is a story of homecoming, and how war and change can affect someone. May The Rain Come is an entirely character driven story, the art is digital with evocative, textured autumn hues over thin sketchy lifework, with anthro figures. By Zimeta, rated T.

May the Rain Come

Featured comic for 17 July, 2013

Will Weasel has been away fighting in the war these past seven years. He’s just now returning home to his little home town of Blue Bough. A lot has changed since he’s been away and the town is beset by a crippling drought, will feels lonely and strangely disconnected from all that was once familiar to him. This is a story of homecoming, and how war and change can affect someone. May The Rain Come is an entirely character driven story, the art is digital with evocative, textured autumn hues over thin sketchy lifework, with anthro figures.
By Zimeta, rated T.

Quackcast on The Duck: Episode 133 - An interview with everyone!

2013 Drunk Duck Radio Play
Featured comic for 10 July, 2013
It’s that time of year again - Maxwell McDuff has got another mystery to solve, this time involving his friend Bill Duck! (Of course there’s the usual cast of entertaining supporting characters too.) Gunwallace has provided this year’s script, and lovely DDers have provided the comic version! The audio version is on its way, but for now read the story as a comic and enjoy everyone’s different takes on the details!

2013 Drunk Duck Radio Play

Featured comic for 10 July, 2013

It’s that time of year again - Maxwell McDuff has got another mystery to solve, this time involving his friend Bill Duck! (Of course there’s the usual cast of entertaining supporting characters too.) Gunwallace has provided this year’s script, and lovely DDers have provided the comic version! The audio version is on its way, but for now read the story as a comic and enjoy everyone’s different takes on the details!

Quackcast on The Duck: Episode 132 - An Interview with Pinky TA

Drunk Duck Awards 2013
Featured comic for 3 July, 2013
Yes people, IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! The DD webcomic awards are open for business once more, this time it’s the 2013 edition.The ballots are now open. Votes will be accepted until July 20th. We are looking for some brave volunteers to present and judge. Vooote and stuff, go there now. Go. Go. Go! Go now. I command it. There are some great comics on DD and they need validation and honours heaped upon them. This is the purpose of the DD Awards. Show them your lurv. Please ^_^ DD users can vote here!

Drunk Duck Awards 2013

Featured comic for 3 July, 2013

Yes people, IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! The DD webcomic awards are open for business once more, this time it’s the 2013 edition.The ballots are now open. Votes will be accepted until July 20th. We are looking for some brave volunteers to present and judge. Vooote and stuff, go there now. Go. Go. Go! Go now. I command it.
There are some great comics on DD and they need validation and honours heaped upon them. This is the purpose of the DD Awards. Show them your lurv. Please ^_^

DD users can vote here!

Quackcast on The Duck: Episode 131 - Contributors Comic Classic Movies

Lovecraft, Jr.>
Featured comic for 26 June, 2013
Lovecraft, Jr. is a charming little comic about a charming little guy. HP Lovecraft, author responsible for an entire library wing of writings, features in this comic as a little kid. A surly and socially inept little kid. He’s got the cynical outlook and concerns of an adult, but the logic processes and naiveté of a young’un. It suits him, actually, although I’m sure it doesn’t represent what he was really like at all, it’s a version of him based on his library and cultural impression. The comics themselves are pretty light- gags and soft jokes, with occasional appearances by other authors and perhaps a tentacle or two. By indigobunting, rated E

Lovecraft, Jr.>

Featured comic for 26 June, 2013

Lovecraft, Jr. is a charming little comic about a charming little guy. HP Lovecraft, author responsible for an entire library wing of writings, features in this comic as a little kid. A surly and socially inept little kid. He’s got the cynical outlook and concerns of an adult, but the logic processes and naiveté of a young’un. It suits him, actually, although I’m sure it doesn’t represent what he was really like at all, it’s a version of him based on his library and cultural impression. The comics themselves are pretty light- gags and soft jokes, with occasional appearances by other authors and perhaps a tentacle or two.
By indigobunting, rated E

Quackcast on The Duck: Episode 130 - The Art of Comicbook Movies