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Iron Crown: An epic tale of diesel and demons

Iron Crown Created by Krad Edited by Lantha Genre: Dieselpunk, Dark Fantasy Format: Webcomic         “Diane Wiess thought being a dictator’s daughter was a rather cushy position, all things considered. “…until demons threatened the southern border of Chandera, and riots began to consume the rest. Anticipating retaliation against his misdeeds, her father […]

Illegal Alien #1: Hope For The Future

Those of you who follow me on Twitter probably get the impression I’m a dark, moody edgelord that hates sunshine, flowers, and everything happy. That I’m a heartless monster who revels in pain, suffering, blood, guts, disturbing sex, and shitposting. Your first impression of me is spot on! I am easier to read than the […]

Weaker Sides: A Surrealist Experience

Surrealism. What is it? According to the New Oxford Dictionary, Surrealism is “a 20th-century avant-garde movement in art and literature that sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind, for example by the irrational juxtaposition of images.” In simpler terms, in means doing whatever the hell you want as long as its dream-like […]

Webcomic Trek #2 – Dan the Snowman

Welcome to the second installment of Webcomic Trek. Today I’d like to talk about the webcomic Dan the Snowman written by Ben Montgomery, who most often goes by Benvincible, and illustrated by his brother Jacob (who goes by Monty? I guess). You can also follow Ben on Twitter though I don’t see any trace of […]

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 […]

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 […]