contains dragons, pirate socks, bald-tailed squirrels, and talking couch
is a wonderfully-written tale of mad science and altogether too
is a brilliant steampunk comic, also about mad science... sort
of. Some have the spark of invention, some don't. Those who do are
simultaneously feared and revered.
Miracle of Science
is sci fi comic about a police investigator who
specializes in bringing down mad scientists and his Martian partner. Here,
mad science is an actual contracted malady.
No Need for Bushido
is a full spread comic set in feudal Japan...sort of.
Wacky hijinks ensue. It's got a very
Avatar the Last Airbender
it, though it started long before the show.
is a fascinating tale of Antimony, a girl who finds
herself attending the mysterious school of Gunnerkrigg Court after losing her
No Rest for the Wicked
is about a world of fairy tales where a princess
and her companions are searching for the long missing moon. A little bit
creepy, and a whole lot of good. If you read Mixed Myth you'll probably
like this one.
is a perfectly wonderful comic about a practical minded wombat who
burrows into another world full of odd characters and semi-gods. Well, at
least one semi-god.
Killroy and Tina
is about a girl who becomes bound to an evil galactic
overlord and uses his borrowed powers to fight crime. La Ninja Roja wins.
is a beautifully-drawn
fantasy comic about elves and a young wolf-boy trying to solve an old mystery.
is the archetypical video gaming comic.
archetypical video gaming comic.
is that, um...
archetypical video gaming comic. Yes, it's a sprite comic. No, that's not a
bad thing here.
is a comic about one very,
Mac-obsessed person... and his
is a story of alternate worlds, one at war and the other
is a webcomic about a girl who, through a fluke of magic
(actually, it's the fault of her housemate), becomes a demon. Ink shading
to die for.
is a charming story of a leader and her sidekick...
! (This comic may not be entirely appropriate for younger
readers or older readers with retrograde maturity.)
has it all... God, the devil, people trying to get by, and every
little ideosyncracy you can think of. (This comic may not be appropriate for
a great many people.)