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Comics on Webs

Kirin

Summon for hire
(he/him)
I guess there isn't a miscellaneous webcomic thread in this incarnation yet?

Anyway I thought people might want to know there's a new Octopus Pie story for the first time since 2017 I guess. Pandemic feels abound.
 

Adrenaline

Post Reader
(He/Him)
I like web comics

 

Octopus Prime

Mysterious Contraption
(He/Him)
Besides the ones which have bespoke threads elsewhere on the forum (Gunnerkirgg Court, Back and Devils Candy), and assuming we're just talking about comics that haven't actually concluded;

It should come as no surprise to anybody, ever, that Dinosaur Comics is one of my favorite comics on the whole-wide internet

And while it's a more recent find, I've also become completely smitten with Cassiopeia Quinn, which I would describe as Lupin III, except in Space, with a primarily female cast, and with better treatment of women in general. Art tends to be kind of cheesecakey, but doesn’t dip into sleazy.
 

Mr Bean

Chief Detective
And while it's a more recent find, I've also become completely smitten with Cassiopeia Quinn, which I would describe as Lupin III, except in Space, with a primarily female cast, and with better treatment of women in general. Art tends to be kind of cheesecakey, but doesn’t dip into sleazy.

Ooh! That looks neat - I'm gonna bookmark that to binge the archives when I get time.

Here's a couple of my recent favorites:

Cursed Princess Club
Princess Gwendolyn isn't radiantly pretty, or have a Disney singing voice, or the physical prowess of her older siblings, but she does bake a mean pie and is happy with her life. At least until a neighboring prince shatters her self confidence and she runs off finding the CPC - a support group for cursed royalty.
I like this one a lot - the art style is a little rough and sketchy but Gwen is the sweetest of cinnamon rolls and watching her and the rest of the cast work through their personal issues is a treat and usually hilarious.

Tiger, Tiger
A swashbuckling adventure of a girl and her one true love - the noble sea sponge.
 
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