Lucy makes Spare Keys for Strange Doors, a comic I just started reading myself! I love the vibes so far; it’s mysterious and exciting, but also mundane in a good way. There are supernatural problems, but it’s very slice of life-y with characters who feel real (even the one-offs!). Check it out!
Sophie makes Soul’s Journey. If you like wolves, magic and intriue (oh, the intrigue!) you will dig this comic. She also shares my love for capturing moods with enviros/sceneries, which is well reflected in the comic!
Darwin makes multiple webcomics, mostly in the serious, gritty action fantasy/sci-fi hybrid genre. One that I personally follow (and eagerly await the next pages) is Michael, which is less actiony and more coming-of-age drama. See, I’m too old for most high school stories, but not this one. Michael is different. It does not put teens on some dramatic heroic pedestal, nor does it treat them like “oh they’re just dumb kids.” It’s just an honest look at what life feels like from the POV of a young man. The story takes his issues seriously while keeping this undertone that there is life beyond high school. I really enjoy it, and I hope you do too!
For anyone who’s concerned: don’t worry, Ethan’s underwear has been washed multiple times since his arrival in Keol.
PS. Check out Secret Places: SpiderForest’s short story anthology on Kickstarter!
SF is a group of skilled webcomic creators, and I’ve had the honor of being a member for some time now. While I don’t have a story in this anthology, I can vouch for the skills of those who do. I’m really excited about reading this book! Plus, if you get the tier with the 5×7 print pack, the pack includes one picture I did of Lushaka :O