Good comics to read
This is just a tiny subset of the comics I read, focusing on the ones that I feel are particularly excellent and which you probably haven't heard of. They're in roughly alphabetical order, more or less.
Decrypting rita: Dreams, reality, what's the difference?
Endtown: A post-apocalyptic wasteland filled with post-mutagenic creatures.
Modest Medusa: A silly-but-serious story about a young gorgon and a bridge between worlds.
Monster Pulse: Kids get super powers and a lesson in moral ambiguity.
The Non-Adventures of Wonderella: The life and times of the raddest and best superhero ever, when she feels like it.
Rusty and Co.: Three classic D&D monsters take the adventure into their own hands.
Sacred Grounds: Supernatural creatures running a coffee shop.
Secret Life of a Journal Comic: What it's like to be Ty Halley.
Three Panel Soul:
Journal Autobiographical Inspired by actual events.
Yellow Peril: Client relations, race relations, relation relations.
Artpatient: Your webcomic is atypical and you should feel atypical.
Luprand's Webcomic Musings: Honest webcomic reviews, without the incessant posturing or snark of others.
Comic Rocket: A great online comic reader app, which helps to track comics and also lets you create archive-catchup RSS feeds. Might actually be better for comic reading than subscribing by RSS!
Webcomics Nation: A decent no-frills free webcomic hosting site, with a much better community than the other well-known ones.
Blambot: Pretty good comic lettering/effect/title fonts, many of which are free for non-commercial use.
FontStruct: Flash app; make your own stylized fonts. Surprisingly powerful, albeit within limitations.
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My wrists still aren't at 100% (not even close actually) but I'm starting physical therapy soon. I'll probably still be doing a reduced update schedule for a while. Also, my parents are going to be visiting next weekend, which cuts into my comic-making time of course.
So, as usual, I recommend that you subscribe via RSS or Comic Rocket or the like. (Or you can follow on Tumblr or Tapastic or whatever but those tend to fall behind.)
2015/04/19: Still on break
I need at least another week before I can start drawing again. Sorry.
2015/04/16: Still on break
My wrists are even more terrible than usual lately, but I'm still drawing simple things (obviously). I have an appointment with an orthopedist on Friday who will hopefully have some ideas about what to do, and if I just need to take a leave of absence from my day job that's doable. Of course that means not being able to work on Lewi, either, which is frustrating for me because I really want to work on it. Argh.
As always I'm accepting guest art and guest strips and so on, and I have stuff for sale. Please check it out!
- 870 total comics published (including 79 sketchbook pages, not counting 19 guest arts)