If you’re a Dark Comics lover, this one is going to be a treat for you!
Ryan Hudson is a name that should be recognisable to everyone who enjoys comic books. He is the creator of mind-blowing and humorous adult comics on the webcomic Channelate, and he is from Salt Lake City, Utah.
Initially, he simply used 3-4 panels of comic images to tell a short storey to display his dark humour. He became so engaged in his work and enthusiasm for comics over time that he developed a massive empire on YouTube and began publishing animated cartoons on his channel. His enthusiasm for comic books grew and has now reached its pinnacle. We uncovered what sparked all of his brilliance by looking into the history of his passion.”When my family first got the internet in around 1998 – 99, I found this flash cartoon site called JoeCartoon.com,” he stated in an interview. “I knew I wanted to produce web cartoons as soon as I saw that, but I had no idea how I was going to do it.” My webcomic inspirations when I first started posting dark humour comics were The Perry Bible Fellowship, Thingpart, and Cyanide and Happiness,” he stated.
How about we keep the interview going throughout the photos? Because it’s past time for us to look into his work as well. Prepare to chuckle hysterically as you scroll below!
Comic credits: Ryan Hudson
1. A request to the bear
2. Ghosts make stupid mistakes too sometimes!
3. Using power for the right reasons!
His gloomy sense of humour contrasts sharply with his simplistic sketching style. His kind of humour exudes all the darkness imaginable for a comic. It will arouse that dark side of your personality that you have kept hidden while going about your daily routine, and it will make you laugh like crazy. Is it the kind of laughter that makes you feel sick to your stomach? That’s right, that’s the one. “I was a lot inspired by South Park,” Hudson said in an interview when asked what motivated him the most for his comics. “I have a lot of respect for Trey Parker and Matt Stone. As a kid, I was a major Simpsons fan, so when South Park debuted, it blew my mind. It was the type of humour I enjoy. “It was something I hadn’t seen before,” he said.
4. They were right when they said kids do not lie!
5. Hope he doesn’t forget he won. That would be too bad.
His unwavering commitment to expanding his horizons and showing his talent should serve as an encouragement to everyone to keep working hard at what they are good at. “I don’t live off of Channelate, but it has opened a lot of opportunities for me.” In many ways, the comic has served as my portfolio and resume. I’ve had the opportunity to work on some incredible freelance projects that would not have happened if it weren’t for my comic. But it was only a few years ago that I collaborated with Chase Suddarth to create an animated version of Channelate.
6. Tales of the Bigfoot
7. Hahaha, the thief got lucky that day
8. Don’t do acid, kids!
9. Wrong moment
10. She was just waiting for an escape!
12. Ghost got a taste of its own medicine
It was technically tough in some respects, but the writing and art were second nature to me because it was exactly what I had been doing with the comic. Working on the first several seasons of Cyanide and Happiness’ animated programme taught me a lot about web animation. It was incredible to be able to work beneath the hood after watching their videos for a decade. It was a lot of on-the-job training that I’ll be using on my own work for the rest of my life.” It’s always inspiring to see folks who believe in themselves and haven’t given up on their undeniable abilities. Some folks may find comic books amusing.