The sea of webcomics is vast and I’m just a rookie sailor! Here’s an ongoing list of comics I found on the web. Feel free to send me your suggestions! Enjoy!

The Automan’s Daughter

Dieselpunk adventure in the Ottoman Empire. Not something you see everyday.

Marblegate

If you play D&D, this funny dungeon crawl will ring many bells. If you don’t, you’ll feel compelled to try!

Rising Sand

A fantasy story set in a desert, with thieves and muscular warriors… This sounds familiar. My kind of jam!

Drugs and Wires

I love me some cyberpunk, and D&W just hits all the marks!

Daughter of the Lilies

Freelance adventurers with mysterious past kill monsters and discover love. I’m good at summarizing.

Tistow

A young lad from the countryside moves to Tistow, a victorian era-styled metropolis, dangerous and fascinating. Also, magic.

She Dwarf

She Dwarf embarks on a quest to see if she really is the last dwarf alive in the world. There is also a muscled hawk called Muscle Hawk.

The Thief of Tales

When Nevhna flees into a strange forest, she has to rely on her storytelling ability to survive. Warning: full of cute animals.

Verse

Befriending an amnesiac girl with horns can mess with your dream of becoming an expert sword-smith. Especially if people think she’s a dangerous demon.

Bicycle Boy

In a post-apocalyptic desert, an amnesiac cyborg named Poet tries to survive and discover his past. He has a bike.

Wychwood

Flame witch Tiara is forced to join an organization that wants to teach her how to use her power. Can she trust them?

Beneath the Clouds

A traveling monk and his daughter are tasked to perform the most important exorcism of their career. Set in feudal Japan, which makes it automatically cool.

Fashion Monster

The decadent style of vampires is a continuous financial drain, to the point where they’re forced to go to Earth and find a job!

Folklore

Do you like superheroes? Horror stories? Post-apocalyptic landscapes? Folklore blends them all together into a delicious smoothie for your eyes!