This week I want to point you guys to my fellow SpiderForester Lucy Lyall’s comic, Kaspall. Here‘s a good starting point.
“The city of Kaspall has always been a magnet for the bizarre, but lately things have taken a nasty turn in the West Quay district. Someone is getting away with murder, but when there’s no connection between the victims and the only witness has apparently lost her marbles, finding the killer is no easy task. Is it a local? One of the hundreds of Off-Worlders flooding the city? Or is it something even more strange?
Meanwhile, landlady Hazel Karswell has taken in a new tenant – a newly arrived Off-Worlder – who may cause rather more trouble than she expects; both for herself and everyone else who shares her home.’
Hey guys! I recently moved and am currently in the process of renovating & selling my old home, but will be back to creating this week and will have a new comic up next Monday. In the meantime, you can check out an awesome historical fiction webcomic by some fellow talented SpiderForesters.
Snow by Night is a tale of colonial fantasy that updates three days a week. The story follows Snow-by-Night, a winter spirit on a quest to find her heart. Her path leads her to Sherbourg, a city built on the colonial frontier. She befriends Blaise and Jassart, a pair of thieves, who each have very different reasons for helping her. With their meddling, her quest does not go as she hoped, and she discovers that finding a heart is a greater challenge than she ever imagined.
Today I want you all to head over to Chirault, a SpiderForest webcomic by Varethane!
“When a young not-quite-human girl fleeing from a ravaged home is accidentally shrunk to doll-size by a wayward mage, she encounters a strange figure: a fellow demon who hunts monsters on behalf of the humans living in isolated villages. This hunter agrees to help her, and the odd pair set off to find another mage in the hopes of restoring the girl to her former size.”
Go have a look!
This week’s SpiderForest comic is a beautifully rendered one: Sunset Grill by Kat Feete.
“The year is 2426. Earth is a patchwork quilt of squabbling Domains, loosely joined under the mantle of the Empire, which fights to present a united front to the dozens of technologically advanced, land-hungry alien races. None of which matters particularly to the patrons of the Sunset Grill, a bar on the shady side of town in the corrupt city of Kieselburg. The comic follows the day-to-day life of the bar’s staff and patrons as they meet the challenges of their imperfect world with humor, determination, and the occasional moment of grace.”
This week I want to recommend a great comic by one of my fellow SpiderForesters, Tiffany Munroe: Stargazer’s Gate!
“Some gates aren’t meant to be opened. Atrina Vilanar stumbles through a gate into the tightly controlled world of Wynd, leaving behind her sister, Leawyn, who’s sure Atrina isn’t dead. Her search leads her through the dark secrets of her lineage, and straight into another mysterious gate. Open gates are open doors to the things on the other side.
Caed is a cursed man on the run from his past. When Mina Rosser disappears into the increasingly dangerous forest, he’s given an opportunity that might free him from his curse. Instead, it leads him back to something he thought he left behind twelve years ago: Stargazer’s gate.”
Go give it a look!