I'm a faultie. GPF is mostly geek humor mixed in
with an extremely immersive storyline that sometimes takes months to
bring to full closure. A definite read, especially from the beginning.
Roomies from Hell... what DOESN'T this strip have?!? You have college
kids that are also mutated along the way. You have sex, intrigue,
comedy and long plot lines. The artwork is good and it updates quite
often. A definite read, though again it might serve you well to start
WAY back at the beginning... her artwork has changed quite a lot since
it's humble beginnings.
Farm is a mix between a daily joke comic and longer
This comic revolves around the lives of anthro people living in the
real world. A good comic, though again I recommend starting at the
is a relatively new serial that follows the exploits of a
murderer-gone-soft (magic'll do that to you if you let it) and an elvin
thief. I've been enjoying the story in it, though it still has some way
to go before it gets into the full meat of the story. It's just about
there at the time of this writing, though, so never know...
Minds is an interesting comic, it's kind of a mix of sci-fi and modern
day life in jolly ol' England. The plotline has been interesting enough
to hold my attention for a while, and I do recommend it. Warning for
nudity and language.
Online is a once-a-month only comic, so it's not one I follow
regularly... just once a month. Life as a computer programmer is hard
enough, but when you have to take a job as a graphic designer at a porn
studio and you're quite prudish, life can get very interesting indeed.
Suburban Jungle is another anthro comic,
with the beast-eat-beast mentality that's fairly common among anthro
comics... but a darn good story to it to boot to push it over the edge.
cute, she's REALLY short, and she speaks a strange language.I've
recently picked Wapsi Square up and really enjoy the storyline to
it,though it still has a bit of a way to go before it catches my full
Deiter... I can't pronounce the name. I really can't. But it's a good
anthro comic with some of the most realistic characters I've
seen,personality-wise. Well, as realistic as a rabbit, some cats, and a
raccoon can be, I guess.
figure D&D adventurers on their way to fame, glory and a good
time. However, the stick art is some of the best I've ever
seen,and it's absolutely hilarious. Go read, I promise you
someone Matt knew from Elfwood (Bifrost Fantasy as well, come to think
of it), he stumbled upon her comic again during the WCCA award
rounds. BEAUTIFUL artwork here and a good story to
Plus, one of the main characters was a US Marine. OOO-Rah!
KAZ is the webmaven for Return of Exile, right above this line
here. Wandered over to her own comic, and it's darn good in
HOLY crap, this comic is just COOL. Nominated and won an
two in the WCCA's, and man... it's one sweet comic.
1920's moonshining operations, complete with period cars, weaponry...
and cats. This is probably the most unique comic I've ever
and the artwork is incredible.
Love the artwork in this one. Comic's still on the first
so jump in now before the story's gotten too far.