Monday, October 31, 2011
Girls with Slingshots has an awesomely fun story arc on how Halloween brings out both the little kid and the boozewolf adult in all of us.
Evil Inc. has a face-to-face meeting with the Great Pumpkin -- and he's out to avenge his smashed brethren.
Jack Scully has a freaky guest comic at Love Me Nice, starring everyone's favorite uncannily cute 'toon, Carolina.
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal celebrates Halloween with, oddly enough, an old people on the Internet joke.
Each year, R. Stevens dresses his Diesel Sweeties characters in Halloween costumes for a series of spooky, sexy comics. This year, expect Sexy Magneto, Sexy Harley Quinn, a Star Trek/Arrested Development mashup, and a chicken in a Chicken Walker.
At My Cardboard Life, Philippa Rice had readers vote on Cardboard Colin's Halloween costume. A walking, talking piece of toast may not sound scary, but for Colin, it ends in screams.
John Allison dressed his Bad Machinery ladies in costume -- each gal as her favorite British queen.
Dresden Codak has a costumed donation wallpaper available: the entire cast dressed as the crew from Team Fortress 2.
But my personal favorite of this year's webcomic crop is this supersized installment of Ellie on Planet X featuring zombie jack o'lantern Ellie!
And, as I mentioned earlier, Something Positive's Randy Milholland running his kid-killing watercolor series "The Last Trick-Or-Treaters," and Lucy Knisley's latest essay "Scaredcited" examines the role of horror in our lives.
What did I miss?