Links

 

Below are links to some of the comics I read! Some of these dudes are friends of mine, some of them I WISH I were friends with. But they’re all great comics that maybe you’ve never heard of before, so you should check them out. Fo’ rilz.

 

  • Anyone For Rhubarb (Bizarre, Danish, and always hilarious. By Christian Henry)
  • Blitz Phoenix (Super powers, evil scientists, and cute boys. By Emily Brackhan)
  • Black Mudpuppy (An Aztec god is punished by being turned into an amphibian. Now he must redeem himself by doing good deeds. By Ethan Kocak)
  • Buns and Wieners Society (the best society. Comic jams occasionally.)
  • Cereals for Lunch (Average friends and their not-so-average adventures. By Joao Valagao)
  • Chester 5000 XYV (18+ Victorian erotic adventure. With robots. By Jess Fink)
  • Courting Love (Slice-of-life comic about a firm of divorce lawyers. LBGTQ+. By Yi Weng)
  • Dog and Louse (A talking dog, a pet wood louse, and the owners who love them. And each other. By Gary Bullock. LGBTQ+)
  • Dustpiggies (Sometimes deranged and always beautiful humor. By Mike Bromage)
  • Fatherhood Badly Doodled (Funny and often heart-warming. By Peter Rasmussen)
  • The Fourth (Fantasy adventure from the pov of a video-game villain. By Courtney Svatek and Victor Acuña)
  • Girls Like Comics (Comic reviews by comic-lovin’ ladies)
  • Head Room (Two geeky roommates and their adventures. By Richard Kirk)
  • The History Twins (History lessons, illustrated! By Francesca Testen)
  • Hot Blood! (A centaur story in the old west. By Toril Orlesky)
  • John’s Crazy Stuff (Humor of the zany mad-cap variety. By Jon Esparza)
  • Kila Ilo (An alien out-law and her boss on Earth, trying to find a dangerous weapon. By Cassie Thomas)
  • Lunar Baboon (Life as a father and aging geek. By Chris Gfinger)
  • Mallville Rules (Super hero highschool! By Gary Cohen)
  • Paul Reveres (The American Revolution. With guitaaaars! By Tina Pratt)
  • Thistle Mistle Kistle (The adventures of a dead viking hero, a Christian slave, an Arabic scribe, and a mischievous god. By Sarah Schanze.)
  • Within a Mile of Home (Fantasy adventure with goblins, elves, and golems. By Cei and Rx3)

Here are some books and art blogs I also really enjoy. You should really check them out, they’re pretty rad you guys.

  • And On Another Note (Art by Adi-fitri. Discworld, popular comics, video games, and literature. He’s amazing.)
  • Morgan Bauman (Fantasy, Sci-fi, Steampunk… Morgan does it all. And they’re pretty dang good at it, too. LGBTQ+)
  • Danipiscitello (Comics and beautiful art.)
  • Kao Arts (Beautiful manga-style art, including yogscast fan art. She is one of my favorite artists)
  • Siins (Really cool art. Digital, traditional, and textile. Also fan art on occasion.)
  • A.I. Didkovsky (Beautiful art and occasionally comics. Mostly SWotR art, but holy shit is it pretty. LGBTQ+)
  • ds9shameblog (Star Trek art. I think the header says it all)
  • Rubyetc (humorous art about mental health, life, lizards, and potatoes.)