Category: Comic Central

Webcomic of the Week: “Jack Legend”

Most legends are made. This Legend was born. Across the entire land of Ethrafa, there has been no name more renowned, more heroic, more legendary… than that of the Legends. Whether it’s the wild warrior Geralt Legend, the courageous captain “Captain” Legend, the artful assassin Jasmine Legend, or the prestigious pianist John Legend (okay, maybe […]

Claude & Roan Interview: Fabulous Queer Corpses

!!!CONTENT WARNING!!! This article may be full of dark imagery and language, including violence, gore, and sexuality. NSFW to the extreme! You have been warned! K.M. Claude & R.E. Hellinger are two queer horror creatives from down south. Claude does pretty art while Roan does pretty prose. I’m being snide though. Both are amazing at […]

hpkomic on webcomics: Raccoon Girl

NOTE: This is a review was originally written in October of 2017 and was ported over from Medium. You can read the post there as well. There have been no updates to the review beyond formatting it for Under the Ink. Raccoon Girl, by Elöise Prince, is a superhero parody comic that proves entertaining despite […]

Guillozine: A zine of tantalizing fear

I’ve lamented before about the lack of attention to horror in the world of indie/webcomics. In fact, I whined about it so much that my first article on this website was a list recommending horror comics, just to do anything to promote the genre. Even lesser attention is given to queer horror. A lot of […]

Webcomic of the Week: “Vulperra”

An entertaining, mischievous, and foxy collection of short adventure stories. The short stories that make up the canon of Vulperra are quite accessible and feature acts of derring-do and heroism, reminiscent of serialized newspaper adventure comics like Prince Valiant but without the sheer length that can alienate some prospective readers. Many of the comics featured […]

Arbalest: A story of darkness, a story of oppression

Arbalest is created by @Kai_the_Spiral   WARNING: SPOILERS! SPOILERS! OH HEAVEN’S SAKE, SPOILERS!   Arbalest is a strange comic, one I struggle to talk about. It’s not because it’s obscene or controversial. It doesn’t have to do with the fact the narrative is abstract, although it certainly is. It’s because piecing together the narrative is […]