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Updated on June 20, 2012

Find the Best Webcomic Artists on DeviantART

If you enjoy reading webcomics, and want to find out more, if you admire the artists and want to see more of their work, or if you simply want to find some beautiful artwork on DeviantART... read on.

I am an avid webcomic reader, and a passionate artist, and a compulsive collector of pretty art. As such, one of the first things I look for now, on finding a well drawn webcomic, is whether they have a DeviantART gallery for me to look through, and hopefully watch - far easier than keeping track of different sites.

All the webcomics on here are ones I read regularly and enjoy. Doesn't necessarily mean they're good - but I think they are! Basically, this is the page of webcomics I would recommend anyone look at. I will of course add to this page as I discover more webcomic artists on DeviantART.

And may I point out to readers the Required Reading About Webcomics for readers, fans, would-be writers and artists and... well everyone. I'm collecting informative rants from webcomic artists in this section about how-tos, not-tos, dos, don't whats, wheres, etiquette, plot, design...

Disclaimer and Overview

The obvious - stated for posterity

1. I am not affiliated with any of these artists, nor is this an official page.

2. The art linked on this page belongs to the respective artists. It may be free to take, but most of it will not be. You check with the artist first.

(For some free wallpapers check out my Places to find me lens

I repeat, if you see some art here you like, and if you wish to use it for something *ask first* - I do not allow commercial use, but will probably be happy with other things. And I do NOT speak for any other artists here

3. Reading this page signifies agreement and acceptance with my status as ruler of the world. I will expect your tribute after the beep.

4. To search for artists on Deviantart:

- either randomly, search by keyword and hope they remembered to write it on their work (*again, I may have missed yours because I couldn't find it this way!* )

- using their name.

If you know their name, you can go to them directly, by typing [NAME]


It's still being written up - original descriptions for each comic, as well as banners, art from the DeviantART gallery (hopefully including an example comic page) and links to books to buy, if they exist. This means I have to hunt all these down, reupload banners, get my linkage correct and in some cases rereads the comic's beginning, so I now what I'm talking about.

No Rest For The Wicked - Andrael on DeviantART

"No Rest For The Wicked:

"One day, the Moon up and disappeared; where it went, or why, none can say. Without the Moon's light to keep them in check at night, monsters, crawling horrors, and other creatures of the dark run rampant throughout the land. But Princess November has much more pressing matters to worry about: she hasn't had a decent sleep in ages."

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First page

No Rest For The Wicked is one of my favourites - rarely updated, I recommend you add yourself to the email list. It references a great many old and wonderful fairy tales in interesting ways. The cast is fascinating, full of character - the curious, pretty and brave Princess November, who is very delicate and allergic to peas, out to break her curse of sleeplessness; the very catlike (that is selfish, refined, and clever) Puss; the mysterious and terrifying Red, who keeps her own counsel;

Pierre, the Marquis de Carabas - Puss' master... "He had an extremely loose upbringing. Also he fell on his head as child. Very sad."; Clare, the sad and guilt ridden once-queen, her hands replaced by silver; the Boy, a mysterious and cheerful stalker questing after Princess November, and Prince Ricardo, the endlessly picky, who dashes in and out of the story rescuing and discarding princesses...

Among others.

The artist, Andrea L. Peterson has a gallery on DeviantART under the name Andrael

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I'm only one person, so please - share your opinions. Leave a review of the comic, of the art, of the writeup I did, and of the books if you've ever seen them. Link to similar comics. Leave a thought you'd like to share. Tell me your first impressions, your last impressions. Point out my typoes. One word, three paragraphs, a page...

Anything you'd like to say to the creator of NRFTW, but never dared, bothered or figured out how?

Heh. NR For The Win.

Who would you recommend this webcomic to?

How many fairytales have you spotted so far?

Are there any other facts or links I should or could include?

Digger - Ursulav on DeviantART

Some sadistic git on the GIANTITP forums linked me to Digger at 11pm one night. Only years of finely honed willpower, survival skills, and built up resistance to the lure of webcomics allowed me to stop reading before 3am.

Digger is a story about a wombat. More specifically, it is a story about a particularly no-nonsense wombat who finds herself stuck on the wrong end of a one-way tunnel in a strange land where nonsense seems to be the specialty. Now with the help of a talking statue of a god, an outcast hyena, a shadow-being of undeterminate origin, and an oracular slug, she seeks to find out where she is and how to go about getting back to her Warren.

Updates Tuesdays and Thursdays

This book mixes cuteness and cleverness, demons, forgiveness, cannibal rites, talking snails, morality, death, trust and geology. I recommend it. A lot.

A very strong flavour of Pratchett - that classic mixture of humour, sideways-ness and plainest of sense, as well as the odd direct reference ('don't eat anything that talks', messenger 'pigeons') underpins this webcomic. Add in an astonishing variety of obscure mythologies - vampire gourds, creation stories, and the elephant god (and its statue) Ghanesh, to name a few - and different cultures - villagers, hunter-gatherers, fanatics and more - all conveyed realistically, all fitting into the story.... and through it all trudges Digger, trying to find her way home, dismissing problems and Gods wih equal practicality.

Reminds me a lot of Vimes, actually ^_^

Also, one of the best summations of good verus evil that I've read in a long while...

Ursula Vernon's art can also be found as Ursulav on DeviantART

Readership Poll for Digger

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The Digger Duel - Is it worth reading?

I think Digger is one of the better webcomics on the web - although I admit it's a little slow going, page by page. I love the charcaters, the subtle humour, the fact it all works and the unique art style.

But what do you think about Digger?

The Dreamer - Comic-Chic on DeviantART

The Dreamer:

"Beatrice "Bea" Whaley seems to have it all; the seventeen year old high school senior is beautiful, wealthy and the star performer of the drama club. And with her uncle's connections to Broadway theater, the future looks bright ahead of her. Little does she know that her future might actually be brighter behind her.

Bea begins having vivid dreams about a brave and handsome soldier named Alan Warren-a member of an elite group known as Knowlton's Rangers that served during the Revolutionary War. Prone to keeping her head in the clouds, Bea welcomes her nightly adventures in 1776; filled with danger and romance they give her much to muse about the next day. But it is not long before Beatrice questions whether her dreams are simply dreams or something more. Each night they pick up exactly where the last one ended. And the senses-the smell of musket shots and cannons, the screams of soldiers in agony, and that kiss-are all far more real than any dream she can remember."

Updates Two pages on Fridays

Updates 2 pages every Friday.

The Dreamer is an epic, and exciting adventure of Bea's double life in modern day high school and in the turmoil of the Revolution. And drawn beautifully - yet another webcomic whose quality and layout that tricks you into thinking it's a book you grabbed off the new releases stand in the library before it disappeared forever (...graphic novels get stolen a lot from public libraries, for some reason).

See more artwork from Lora Innes at Comic-Chic on DeviantART

Drunk Duck Awards 2008

Winner of THREE Drunk Duck Awards in 2008

(Best Romance, Best Digital Art and Best Adventure)

Nominated in the 2008 Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards in the "Outstanding Newcomer Comic" Category!

Nominated for TWO Harvey Awards! For Best New Series and Best New Talent

The Dreamer Volume 1: The Consequence of Nathan Hale (Pt. 1)
The Dreamer Volume 1: The Consequence of Nathan Hale (Pt. 1)
This webcomic is *big*. Each page is in graphic novel format, and it's long enough to have six published books already. And therefore, much easier, and nicer, to read holding it in your hands. Lora Innes writes and illustrates the tale of 17-year-old Beatrice "Bea" Whaley, a student who begins having vivid dreams about a brave and handsome soldier named Alan Warren... a member of an elite group known as Knowlton's Rangers that fought during the Revolutionary War. Prone to keeping her head in the clouds, Bea welcomes her nightly adventures in 1776; filled with danger and romance they give her much to muse about the next day. But it is not long before Beatrice questions whether her dreams are simply dreams or something more... each issue of this new historical action romance features a full 25 pages of story and art. Price: $19.86

The rest of The Dreamer graphic novels. - So far The Dreamer is up to its sixth book. I am impressed.

Lora Innes' Revolutionary War-era romantic adventure continues.

Prices seem to be showing inconsistently, but - depending on the publisher - it seems to be $3.99-$5.95 for each graphic novel.

Dreamer #2
Dreamer #2
In issue two, Bea wrestles through the implications of her previous night's dreams and winds up taking it out on her unsuspecting cousin. And when she falls asleep right before a very important event, Bea finds herself back in the eighteenth century struggling to get to the bottom of what is happening
Dreamer #3 (IDW Publishing)
Dreamer #3 (IDW Publishing)
In issue three, Bea wakes up from yet another vivid dream about Knowlton's Rangers just in time to make it to the museum for her date with Ben. The evening takes a sudden turn for the worse when she discovers an ominous clue in a painting-a clue that suggests at least one of the Rangers is in mortal danger.
Dreamer #4
Dreamer #4
Disturbed by her discovery at the art museum, Bea convinces Captain Hale that it is imperative that they rescue Alan. However, she realizes things are not quite as they seemed and her mistake just might cost them their lives...
Dreamer #5
Dreamer #5
Bea and Nathan manage to find their way back to Knowlton's Rangers in time to warn them that General Howe has set a trap for the Americans. The Rangers make a hasty retreat but are caught off guard by a group of Redcoats, and it's a flight for their lives to make it back toward the forts.
Dreamer #6
Dreamer #6
With the Americans trapped between the British Army and the East River, Knowlton's Rangers find themselves in an impossible situation. But when the adventure finally comes to an end, Bea finds herself back home, alone, and reeling from the events of the battle.

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Tell me something! Tell everyone else something! Leave a review of the comic, of the art, of the writeup I did, and of the books if you've ever seen them. Link to similar comics. Leave a thought you'd like to share. Tell me your first impressions, your last impressions. Point out my typoes. One word, three paragraphs, a page...

Anything you'd like to say to the creator of The Dreamer, but never dared, bothered or figured out how?

Who would you recommend this webcomic to?

Are the graphic novels any good?

Are there any other facts or links I should or could include?

Which war is it set in?

Earthsong - LadyYates on DeviantART


A young woman named Willow awakens to find herself on a mystical world with no memories of her former life. She soon discovers that not only are the residents of this world fantastical creatures of ancient lore, but the planet itself is alive and conscious... and in grave danger! Caught in the middle of a terrible struggle, Willow must come to terms with a harsh reality not of her choosing.

I present... the beautiful Earthsong

Updates Monday

I actually picked up the book in the library a few months ago and was very impressed. (Well, actually, I was more impressed by it being something I'd seen online, actually making it into my library, but!) the art is lovely, every character is completely unique by definition (one single representative of each species across the universe). It combines superhero comics (they all have magic powers or special abilities) with fantasy manga.

See the DeviantART gallery of LadyYates

Earthsong Vol 1
Earthsong Vol 1
There are so many reasons why Earthsong is worth buying. Number one has to be the art though, it's one gorgeous page after the other. The colors are jaw dropping, the characters are extremely well designed, and overall if for nothing else you'll want to buy it just to be able look at something this gorgeous. But you'll want to buy it for more then that. Because the storyline is as good as the artwork. It's engaging and unique, but has a lot of very familiar tones to it that will entertain sci-fi, fantasy, and even action/adventure fans alike. In my opinion, it's one of the best on-line to print comics since megatokyo.

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I'm only one person, so please - share your opinions. Leave a review of the comic, of the art, of the writeup I did, and of the books if you've ever seen them. Link to similar comics. Leave a thought you'd like to share. Tell me your first impressions, your last impressions.

Anything you'd like to say to the creators, but never dared, bothered or figured out how?

What did you think of the published book?

Who would you recommend this webcomic to?

Readership poll for Flaky Pastry

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I'm only one person, so please - share your opinions. Leave a review of the comic, of the art, of the writeup I did, and of the books if you've ever seen them. Link to similar comics. Leave a thought you'd like to share. Tell me your first impressions, your last impressions. Point out my typoes. One word, three paragraphs, a page...

Anything you'd like to say to the creator of Flaky Pastry, but never dared, bothered or figured out how?

Who would you recommend this webcomic to?

Who's your favourite character?

Do you read Gunnerkrigg Court?

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Gunnerkrigg Court - Awards!

Welcome to the 2008 Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards!

Who are 2008's outstanding webcomics? It's time for YOU to tell us!

The Webcartoonists' Choice Awards (WCCA) are back for an unprecedented 8th installment, and with the registration gates opening up, it's time to sign up and start thinking...


  • Outstanding Newcomer
  • Outstanding Use of Color
  • Outstanding Long Form Comic
  • Outstanding Story Concept
  • Outstanding Environment Design

    (tie with Inverloch)

  • Outstanding Comic
  • Outstanding Long Form Comic
  • Outstanding Fantasy Comic
  • Outstanding Dramatic Comic
  • Outstanding Writer
  • Outstanding Long Form Comic
  • Outstanding Layout
  • Outstanding Use of Color
  • Outstanding Character Rendering
  • Outstanding Environment Design

Gunnerkrigg Court, Vol. 1: Orientation
Gunnerkrigg Court, Vol. 1: Orientation
This graphic novel has the all-round appeal of the Harry Potter series -- not to name-drop. Drawn with a quirky style that comes alive as the book progress, this series of clever stories quickly pulls you in and takes you to a world of a taciturn pre-teen alone in a English boarding school. Still waters run deep, you soon find with Antimony, as she has the knack for knowing foreign languages or beings able to throw a bully to the ground, but all with a quiet stillness that hides deep wounds. Only her close friend Kat can make her break a smile. Together Kat and Annie (as Kat calls her) explore the strange things that are happening around them. This is not an ordinary English school, they soon find out. This is a perfect father / daughter book, except that dad may wind up stealing it to read himself!
Gunnerkrigg Court Volume 2: Research (2)
Gunnerkrigg Court Volume 2: Research (2)
Annie and Kat begin their second year at Gunnerkrigg Court! Parts of Annie's past are revealed, as well as mysteries that tie back to the origins of the Court itself. Finding a secret tomb of ancient robots beneath Kat's workshop leads the two friends to question how they are linked to the mysterious ghost that attacked Annie the year before. And as a new Medium-In-Training, Annie is able to visit the powerful trickster god Coyote in Gillitie Forest, a visit that reveals more than she ever imagined! Not yet released - but available for preorder!

What do you think about Gunnerkrigg Court? - Share your opinion here!

Do you think Gunnerkrigg Court is worth reading?

Heliothaumic - Rincewindmog on DeviantART

Heliothaumic: "In reimagining The Midlands, the webcomic of his youth, Riley wrestles with issues of prejudice, power, longevity and material exhaustion that his generation will likely face into their old age. The world of Heliothaumic stands between twin precipices of the abandonment of feudalism by fantasy races, and their equal unreadiness for the onrush of a technomagical singularity. History collapses in on the characters across both space and time-elves without an Edda risk epic fail, while wandering prodigals try to make up their own victory conditions of life."

Updates: Tuesdays and Saturdays

Heliothaumic has a slightly odd, but engaging art style, which certainly grows on you. I'll warn right now for nudity, and sex, but it's handled in a 'this is part of our lives' way, and a natural result of the characters' interactions.

A futuristic, not-quite-Earth-as-we-know-it, story, with desert 'Deadlands' destroying arable farmland, cities, and feuding nations, technology, University students and elves. Swings from dying Elvish nation, to best friends feuding on a road trip, to getting a job, to sex, to Thaumaturgy, to politics...

Start reading from the beginning or...

See more of their work as Rincewindmog on DeviantART

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Heliothaumic: What Did You Think?

Would you recommend it to someone?

Kagerou - An Electric Manga


"In this story, our protagonist Kano finds himself in a strange and fantastical place known as Gray World. As one would expect in such a situation, he is revealed to be a Chosen Hero charged with an Epic Quest to rescue a captured princess. But as it turns out, Kano has more than one person living in his head -- and at least one of these is a dangerous psychopath."

Updates occasionally - sometimes a page a week, sometimes four pages in one go. New pages announced on their DeviantART and Livejournal community

I LOVE this webcomic. Kagerou is japanese for dragonfly, and Luka Delaney's art is splendid, evolving and fantastic.

So, how do you tell if you're dreaming or possessed, if you're a magical Champion, with a penchant for suicide and multiple personalities?

The art is constantly improving, the characters are varied and believable, the main character has a very good reason to believe he's hallucinating - and somehow, he has to figure out the whole 'Champion' business. Parts of this are somewhat mature, due to zombies, selfharm, violence, insanity and various, but it's a very, very, good read, and the grittiness makes it more real.

I would point out that this is after reading,a nd rereading Kagerou for a long time. It's quite complicated, and the beginning doesn't explain much. But it all builds on itself, so it IS worth it.

Start at the first page....

Kagerou: The Artist

AtomicFireball on DeviantART

See some of Luka Delaney's work at AtomicFireball on DeviantART

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LinT - Planussea on DeviantART

The funny and lovely Lint is the unabashedly cliche story of Sangwine Schloeffel, an elven prince who has suffered the misfortune of having been exiled from his homeland and lost his father to an evil usurper. Along the way he learns things, the people around him learn things, they get on each other's nerves a lot, and overcome that which they must.


Updates Tuesdays amd Fridays

I adore LinT - the art is lovely and constantly improving, the humour is oddball and never sacrificed, sacrfices are made and are always touching, people change and grow and fall in love, relationships are refused and stereotypes inverted. It begins as a fantasy romp of elf prince gathering his loyal band of ... people, and grows into a more epic 'save the kingdom and overthrow the usurper' story.

Having been rereading the comic from the beginning, the initial impressions:

First 2-3 pages are terrible. Drawing is poor and scratchy pencil or ink, dialogue is forced, and basically it's 'obvious scene setting'. (Actually, the first page is a much more recent painting of Zedwig, so loook forward to more of that later).

But then! It switches suddenly to well drawn pencil, dialogue improves and the storyline, while making little sense, flows more naturally. The quest begins!

Somewhere between 50-100 pages later, digital colour kicks in. While initially sorry to see the lovely pencil drawing disappear, the underlying grace of the art was still there and the colour lent a vibrancy of life to the scenes and people. This only improves.

Colby Purcell's artwork can be found at Planussea on DeviantART

And for the books... these are tie-ins to the webcomic, which isn't in print yet, but I'm considering buying them myself (and postage to New Zealand is enough to put me off, unless I really mean it! And lets not talk about the exchange rate *sobs*)

Readership Poll for LinT

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Share nicely and tell the next reader something - that you read this, that you don't that you started or stopped...

Give me links and critique my writeup :D

Have you read the books? Or the original blog story? What did you think? Would you recommend this? Who has the prettiest hair? Also, do the elves have a future? Make a prediction!

The Meek

Alexds1 on DeviantART

*in progress entry* (yes, another)

First page

Updates Once or twice a week (still establishing)

You can follow the the_meek on twitter or the Livejournal community

Rampant nudity throughout the first chapter (a girl running around in the jungle, basically) so be warned. Although it doesn't actually come off as very NSFW to me, but then, I've been reading YAFGC

More art by Der-shing Helmer - including some venom cartoon hand/pose/foot etc tutorials, and a great deal of Avatar fancomics and fanart - can be found at Alexds1 on DeviantART

So far, this comic is not in print (the year is yet young, and while it updates weekly, hath not yet accumulated such a following and backlog as to lend sufficient support to the author's confidence that he has to the publisher taken it)

Readership Poll for The Meek

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What four words would you use to describe it? Did I start you reading it? Who would you tell NOT to read The Meek?

Suggestions for me? Suggestions for the comic?

The Phoenix Requiem, Inverloch, Dreamless - ArtsAngel

Sarah Ellerton

The artist of the astonishing and beautiful fantasy webcomics

and Dreamless (which I need to find a banner for)

Which all deserve glowing reviews and long writeups with lots of adjectives. But I've been doing too much of that, this update and my wrists hurt ^_^

See more fantastic artwork by ArtsAngel

Inverloch Vol 1
Inverloch Vol 1
Meet Acheron, an innocent young pup from the horned wolf-like race the "da'kor." After a chance encounter with a beautiful elf, Acheron sets out on a seemingly innocent quest--that of trying to locate another elf who has been missing for the past twelve years. Together with his newfound companions, Acheron quickly learns that the world is not the peaceful place he believed it to be, embroiled in prejudice, hidden danger, and unexpected mystery.

More from Sarah Ellerton - Find her books secondhand.

Amazon doesn't have it in stock? Don't want to use them? Have a look at eBay for more books by Sarah Ellerton.

Readership poll for Inverloch, Dreamless and Phoenix Requiem

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Which one to start with? What did you think? What shall I talk about?

Have you seen the Inverloch graphic novels? Webcomics in print are rare, as a rule, let us know what you thought of them? impressed? Recommendable?

Do you have a favourite of the three? Anything else I should add?

Red String - Strawberrygina on DeviantART

Red String: "A Japanese high schooler's coming-of-age tale of romance, destiny, and self-discovery."

About Red String

Updates Monday to Thursday, and sketch fridays

The very popular, sweet and romantic manga Red String follows Miharu and her school friends through life, love,a arranged marriages; covering boys, girls, school troubles, work, business, cooking and family. Sweet, but not simple, the characters are original and engaging. This comic is well written and drawn so nicely that I kept forgetting it was a webcomic and not a published manga I'd pick up in the library!

It's been picked up by Dark Horse Comics and the fourth volume is hopefully out in May.

Red String: The Artist and the Books

The artist is Gina Biggs, and her DeviantART gallery is at StrawberryGina

Red String Volume 1
Red String Volume 1
When first-year high school student Miharu Ogawa gets a call from her parents, telling her to come straight home from school, she prepares herself for the worst. After all, the last time her quirky restaurateur parents told her to come straight home she ended up as a contestant on a kiddy game show! But nothing she could ever have imagined could have prepared her for their "great news:" Miharu is getting married! How's a spirited and independent teenager who has never even kissed a boy supposed to deal with suddenly having a fiance she's never even met? And how will her feelings change when she finds out that there are other boys out there vying for her affection, and other girls ready and willing to take away the man she's not even sure she's ready for? With her family, friends (and enemies!) to cope with, will Miharu even have the time to find out if the handsome, devoted Kazuo Fujiwara is really the man she is meant to be with, the man connected to her by the red string of destiny?
Red String Volume 2 (v. 2)
Red String Volume 2 (v. 2)
Romantic high school student Miharu Ogawa believes that red strings of destiny tie lovers together forever, but a few hardened hearts around her feel that such bonds can be easily broken. Still struggling with the news of the arranged marriage that her parents lined up for her, Miharu begins to doubt her first instincts about Kazuo Fujiwara. After a rainy afternoon brings them together, Miharu finds that she has more in common with the salacious Makoto Yosue than she thought. Karen begins to vie for the heart of a boy who's promised to another, as memories of a past love torture her. Collected for the first time ever, this second book presents chapters eight to fourteen of an ongoing journey of self-discovery. Product Details
Red String Volume 3 (v. 3)
Red String Volume 3 (v. 3)
With a dear friend moving to Tokyo, an arranged marriage pending, and a difficult teacher holding a grudge against her, Miharu Ogawa is having one of her worst semesters in school ever! Her friends aren't having an easy time, either. After breaking down and finally expressing her feelings to Fuuko, Maya seeks solace and advice from Karen-who isn't really an expert in love and is having her own relationship problems. "Lone Wolf" Hayashihara struggles with the fact that he's actually making friends, a new character - Jun Mataichi - arrives to stir up a little more confusion, and a snowy accident brings two bickering souls closer together. Red String delivers all of the great surprises and romantic moments you've come to expect and enjoy!
Prophesy of Destiny Volume 1: Fate
Prophesy of Destiny Volume 1: Fate
For Aiden Cambell, things will never be the same again. He finds himself on the run after becoming the unwitting victim of a horrible experiment. Though safe from the corporation that would prefer him dead rather than alive, he discovers the future may hold a terrible promise. Shojo manga illustrated by Gina Biggs and written by A.N. Ferguson

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Sunset Grill

Katfeete on DeviantART

Sunset Grill is a 3d generated story set in the future, on some other planet. It's an intriguing tale of gangsters, the underworld, the Empire and prejudice. A new comic, that deserves visits and encouragement!

Updates Monday, Wednesday, Friday

The year is 2426. Earth is a patchwork quilt of restive, squabbling Domains, loosely joined under the mantle of the Empire, which fights to present a strong, united front to the dozens of technologically advanced, land-hungry, and not particularly moral alien races. The Empire also controls the Sol weftgate, humanity's connection to the galaxy at large: through it goes a steady stream of cheap labor, gone to build, clean, or kill for the wealthier races, and through it comes the money and alien technology that fuels much of Earth's economy.

None of which matters particularly to the patrons of the Sunset Grill, a bar on the shady side of town in the run-down and corrupt city of Kieselburg. They're too busy staying alive. Because no matter what the year, there will always be those who struggle to survive. And no matter how distant, how strange, or how advanced the place, there will always be someone to ask that all-important question: "Hey, is there anywhere in this dump I can get a decent beer?"

See some of the behind-the-scenes work, and other art at Katfeete on DeviantART

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This webcomic's actually unique on this page for being the only 3D generated comic! And science fiction too ^_^

It's new, so I don't expect many people have read it, but if you have, what do you think?

If you haven't, does it look interesting?

Readership Poll for Yet Another Fantasy Gamer Comic

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Leave a review, a warning, and a compliment!

Yu+Me and I Was Kidnapped by Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space - Rosalarian on DeviantART

Megan Rose Gedris' two fantastic comics - Yu+Me and LPFOS

Yu+Me - a sweet, twisty, endlessly changing in art and approach comic of dreams and love .

Updates Monday, Wednesday Friday

(Actually, as of September 14th, will be five days Monday-Friday)

(I Was Kidnapped by) Lesbian Pirates from Outerspace - a rollicking and highly amusing ride. With pirates.

Updates Mon, Wed, Fri

Find her gallery as Rosalarian

...and sadly there are no cover pictures.

I Was Kidnapped by Lesbian Pirates from Outer Space #1 (1)
I Was Kidnapped by Lesbian Pirates from Outer Space #1 (1)
...there seems to be a problem showing prices and details. Anyway, it's supposed to say $19.95 new

Yu+Me: NO FACE and LPFOS Trailer

More from Megan Rose Gedris - Find her books secondhand.

Amazon doesn't have it in stock? Don't want to use them? Have a look at eBay for more books by Megan Rose Gedris.

Readership poll for Yu+Me and LPFOS

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Leave a review, describe one or both in six words, compare them, ( I should write soemthing about the differences... I should write SOMETHING!) recommend a comic readers of these would like, link to your favourite page, describe the worst scene, and share your reactions...

More Webcomic Artists on DeviantART - ....or 'descriptions I need to update' !

Follow the links to find the artist of each of these webcomics on DeviantART. I defintely need to add a lot more to most of these - if it's not described and doesn't have a shiny banner, it's because I haven't manged to get around to it yet or find a banner, not because it is less worthy.

Webcomics are listed alphabetically



Fey Winds


Ideally, I will move each into their own section, eventually.

...yes, will update the above, and give them their own polls. If you've something specific to say, leave it in the comments?

Read any of these?

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Required Reading About Webcomics - Etiquette, amusement and how-tos... Rants and Writeups from the Writers

Some amusing, insightful and useful rants from webcomic artists and writers. Whether, a reader, a writer, or a hopeful either, these links are must-reads.

Praising the artists! - Do they deserve it? WHO deserves it?

To quote from the above blog entry

"You might read a comic and think to yourself, "Boy, this sure is an excellent comic! But I'm sure the writer hears that all the time. I don't need to write and tell them about it." You would be wrong there.

People are much more likely to write in with something negative than something positive. People love to complain. But nothing motivates a webcomicker more than someone taking the time to tell them "Good job! Keep it up!""

What do you think?

I think webcomic writers and artists deserve a shoutout and praise! Do you agree? Who specifically, do you think deserves a bit of praise today?

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After something in particular? Check now!

Miki Falls - MarkCrilley on DeviantART

Stitch - Yeaka on DeviantART

To remind you, the ones in the above section are:



Fey Winds

Head Trip

Sister Claire

True Magic


Are they readable all together? Should I hurry up and finish each one? Do you have a favourite? Tell me something you like about one of them, and dislike about another. Recommend a readership demographic one would suit.

Leave a proper review ...

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      9 years ago

      Wow, there are a lot of good ones here - some I recognize, some I've never heard of, and a few I'll be checking out first chance I get! Thanks for giving such in-depth reviews (much better than just a list of links and short blurbs). Very nice job. ^_^

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      10 years ago

      Fantastic Lens! so many talented artists =)

      I'll be definitely coming back

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      10 years ago

      Wonderful lens! Great content and artwork. This lens is one I will keep coming back to. 5*****

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      Jeff Wendland 

      10 years ago from Kalamazoo, MI

      Wow, there are some awesome online comic art here. Well done, 5* and a blessing

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      11 years ago

      Your talent and work here is amazing. This lens is worth way more than 5 stars. I met you on Lensroll. Best wishes for your success. Hope you will visit my new lens about emotional healing. Gary Eby, author and therapist.


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