Category: Comic Central

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 […]

Webcomic of the Week: “Silversong”

Disclosure: The author of this article is a member of the Comicadia webcomic collective, which sponsors Under the Ink. Participants in the Webcomic of the Week column are selected mainly on a first come first serve/volunteer basis, plus occasional direct contact with creators. Professional favoritism, quid-pro-quo transactions, and bias—political or otherwise—are not involved in selecting […]

Webcomic of the Week: “My Hero!”

Disclosure: Jim and Alli Perry are the administrators of Comicadia, the webcomic collective that sponsors Under the Ink. Participants in the Webcomic of the Week column are selected mainly on a first come first serve/volunteer basis, plus occasional direct contact with creators. Professional favoritism, quid-pro-quo transactions, and bias—political or otherwise—are not involved in selecting the […]

Webcomic of the Week: “Here I Lie Awake”

What’s eating Zoey Ngo? It is 2:01 AM. At least that’s what the clock says. In the middle of the pitch darkness, a wreath around the trash-strewn bedroom and apartment separating Zoey from the outside world, time seems utterly arbitrary. A man-made construct that may as well not even exist. Even the concept of days, […]

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