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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2015/03/02: Back in the saddle, I hopeMy wrists are doing better now, although I'm going to take it easy on the art quality for a while all the same (like anyone can really tell anyway). Anyway, welcome to chapter 2.
2015/02/16: End of Chapter 1
I'm going to take a short break to plan out what happens in chapter 2. I have a bunch of story fragments but it'll take some planning to put them together, and also my wrists could use a break.
Feel free to submit guest art in the interim!
2015/02/08: Possible schedule slip
I've been a bit under the weather and having wrist problems again, so I'm not sure if I'll manage to get two comics out this week. I hope I do because the sketchbook page scheduled for next Sunday depends quite a lot on this week's strips (which is sort of a coincidence, mostly since I didn't expect this week's strips to take so long to get to), but you know what they say; All toasters toast toast.
- 856 total comics published (including 76 sketchbook pages, not counting 18 guest arts)