Tales from the 'The Gathering'.
There is some amazing talent out here in internet land. Some of the best comics to be found will never show up in your local newspaper. Many of them cross the line from comic to graphic novel with the depth of character and story presented. Here are a few of my favorites, mostly in the order I discovered them. Check them out, and show them your support. Tell 'em I sent you. They might not even throw you out!
Two Lumps...the Adventures of Ebenezer and Snooch
Best cat comic on the web...or in print for that matter. Worth going back and reading from the beginning!
The Devil's Panties.
No. It's not satanic porn.
Least I Could Do
I can't explain this one either.
Sex, Dragons, and Rock and Roll...what else would you need?
Uh...well I think it's genius! (How about that for an insight into my psyche)
21st Century Fox
The depth of the story and character development, an attractive style, keen wit, and multiple story lines with genuine emotion
take this story out of the comic genre and into the graphic novel world. Oh, it has a hot Thunderbird and some cute tail too.
Kevin & Kell
He's a rabbit. She's a wolf. They're married. Gets stranger from there. Definitely answers the question, "Can't we all just get along?"
The Suburban Jungle
It's a jungle out there. Make sure you've got friends like these.
This is good. Train-wreck good, but good. Dark and disturbing, yet uplifting too…the further you get into the story, the better it gets. This artist is one seriously messed up dude…and I highly recommend it. Be sure to start at the beginning.
A World Like My Own.
Well, it's not a world like my own...but it's a world like somebody's own...I suppose...oh, just check it out, will you?
A rousing tale of adventure, friendship, and trust. An attractive style, depth to the characters, and absolutely gorgeous drawing plant this one soundly into the graphic novel genre. Its got cat girls too...what more could you need?
The Pet Professional.
A professional pet hitman. Pure genius. Hmmm...I'm headed straight for hell aren't I?
Top notch sci-fi...in a web comic. Great reading, fun and likeable characters make this a first class strip.
An underfunded mercenary band travels the galaxy, just trying to make a living. We should be worried about whether the galaxy will survive their efforts. But hey, anybody that has a hand-carried plasma cannon and a matching pair of sawed-off multicannons is alright with me! Updated daily.
One of my favorites. Beautiful drawing and a fun style, as well as very effective communication of emotion make this a must read.
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Last update: 11/16/2009; 8:27:21 AM.