I’ve been swimming in webcomics this past week after only passively following the same ones for years and amassing a huge “I’ll get around to it” pile and I Fell Alive Again.
So far I’ve gotten through
"The End" - an ongoing scifi comic about a group of humans who get abducted by well-meaning bird aliens trying to save the human species from extinction but Things Go Awry.
“Trying Really Hard” - An ongoing fantasy about imaginary animals trying to justify their existence. The art is REALLY frantic and sometimes even hard to interpret but tbh that’s what I love about it.
“Drop-Out” - a finished Hard But Good read about two suicidal queer furries on a road trip to jump off the Grand Canyon. Obviously content warning for some Difficult Personal Topics in their dialogue.
“Goodbye to Halos” - a Very Cute ongoing fantasy about a magic kid from another dimension losing her home and identity and family and making new ones for herself.
“Rock and Riot” - finished 50’s greaser rom-com about queer kids in love. Obviously not 100% realistic to the social norms of the times? But neither are most period pieces for worse reasons, so I’m all for anachronisms in the name of fun/cute diversity and acceptance.
“Never Satisfied” - ongoing fantasy about a class of magicians-in-training and their animal familiars all trying to prove their worth to their families friends and themselves. They’re not…the best at it!!
“Kim & The Witch” - ongoing ADORABLE story about a precocious exciteable little girl who stumbles upon a witch’s house and becomes her assistant.
“Tales From The Well” - Ongoing fairy tale about a prince who falls into a well into another world. If you love Over The Garden Wall, and why wouldn’t you?, I recommend this.
“Manners’ Magical Monster School” - Ongoing fantasy by the same authors as Tales From The Well about a human transfer student at a magical monster school who’s roommate is secretly a demon! They’re friends.
“Snarlbear” - Finished fantasy about a girl who stumbles into a magical but dangerous monster-filled dimension and Immediately takes to it better than her real world life. But at what cost? BEAUTIFUL colors but a lot of cartoon monster-killing violence if that’s not your thing.
I LOVE WEBCOMICS YOU GUYS.