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Re: Webcomics.

Post by Error of Logic » Wed Jun 14, 2017 1:35 pm

My comic, Res Mira, starts here.

The crazy will bust loose. Either in the stories or on the forum. Or both at the same time.

Mad theory: Eulice is actually a retired succubus. This explains why she says DiDi Chastel looks like she did in her younger years. She maintains her current form because it allows her to get through her day without having to turn down sexual advances.

A busty redhead by decree of the Internet...? o.o;

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Post by yiraheerai » Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:12 am

So I am not a fan of horror and somehow, I still really like Wilde Life. The art is gorgeous, especially this latest arc, and a combination of the art and storytelling make it seem less like horror somehow. It still is. It really is. But somehow I'm still okay with it and that's... kind of amazing.
The About Page wrote:Oscar rented an old house off craigslist, then things got weird...

First it was meeting the ghost of a 1940s mathematician in the upstairs hallway, then it was finding a teenage werewolf in the bathtub. Now Oscar doesn't know what will show up next. Maybe that's okay, as long as nothing eats him.

Wilde Life is a supernatural adventure/horror series set in a small town in rural Oklahoma. It focuses on stories about creatures from Native American mythology as witnessed and documented by a journalist from Chicago, Illinois.

It launched on September 29th, 2014 and is written and illustrated by Pascalle Lepas.
Another comic I get excited about when it updates: How to be a Werewolf. Another one where I really like the art but the storytelling really helps bring it in for me.
Since being bitten by a strange wolf as a child, Malaya Walters has attempted to live a quiet life…hopefully a life free of attempting to eat her family or the customers at her family’s coffee shop. Being the only werewolf she’s ever known, Malaya has managed her condition by keeping tight control on herself and the world around her, with lackluster results. That is, until a strange guy wanders into her shop one day and introduces her to a whole world she never knew existed…

How to be a Werewolf is a long form, ongoing story, started in February 2015. It features a diverse cast, as well as a cast of mostly LGBTQ characters. It’s not as gay as I want it to be yet, but don’t worry, I’m working on it. Slowly. I hope you guys like slow burn romances, I guess?
I guess it helps that I relate to Malaya a lot. I've had very little resources on hand with dealing with my deafness so I've isolated myself a lot just kind of hope for the best. It's why I got the CI. I wasn't anywhere NEAR prepared to be 100% deaf. Still not. So.. I get it. A lot.
A mask, any mask, whether horned like a beast or feathered like an angel is the face of immortality. Meet me in Cognito, baby. In Cognito, we'll have nothing to hide. - Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins

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Post by yiraheerai » Sat Sep 30, 2017 5:17 pm

Did you know Danielle Corsetto of Girls with Slingshots has a new comic out? http://stuckat32.com/ It's a self-bio comic that updates pretty irregularly but I've rather enjoyed it. It's also ad-free thanks to contributions to her Patreon.
A mask, any mask, whether horned like a beast or feathered like an angel is the face of immortality. Meet me in Cognito, baby. In Cognito, we'll have nothing to hide. - Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins

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