Web Comics: Bridget Over Troubled Waters
Disclaimer: All images used in this post are the property of the artist, Violet Charles, who is amazing, by the way!
I love web comics – they’re pretty much the BEST invention for curing boredom (but the worst addiction for a serial procrastinator)! Julia Quinn, New York Times bestselling author, recently shared a comic strip by her sister, graphic artist Violet Charles, on Facebook and I was instantly hooked. The comic follows the adventures on a six-year-old girl – Bridget – who is snarky, brilliant and hilarious. The comic was funny, especially the recent installments of Debbie (Bridget’s mom) trying to write a best seller – needless to say I could relate to Debbie’s illusions on grandeur.
Here’s a little taste of what I’m taking about:
So are there any web comics that you all are addicted to and would like to share?
(aka Comic Addict)
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This entry was posted on March 18, 2014 by Rika Ashton. It was filed under Favourite Authors, Manga/Comic Reviews and was tagged with Bridget Over Troubled Waters, children, comics, funny, Julia Quinn, Web comics.