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: Webcomics to Read After Freakangels?
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True Blue Mug
Apr 5th 2012
I'm throwing in a shameless plug. Just launched a webcomic entitled
. It's a fantasy about revenge with the always fun mix of sex, intrigue, and a dash of the old ultraviolence! :)
Jack the Rapper
Apr 15th 2012
The Young Protectors
Apr 24th 2012
I have a reasonable suspicion that if you liked Freakangels you'll like these:
Quirky group surviving zombie apocalypse with unique parallel subplot.
Captain Estar Goes to Heaven
Weird science fiction/philosophy nature/nurture questions (and especially see the brilliant alternate interpretation on the ending that even the author liked (by msouth :) in the comments after you get to the end))
Little White Mouse
Science fiction, similar to this in that it's a family with "super" ish abilities and a quest to figure out who did what to who, etc
The Zombie Hunters
One of the things I love most about this strip is that the author just meant to do a few, put her friends in the strip as a team of zombie apocalypse survivors doing scavenging runs, etc, and it took on a life of its own
This is in the fairy-realm-mixes-with-modern-urban-life genre, has a very similar flavor to Freakangels in my opinion
Supermassive Black Hole A*
Sci fi, pretty dark (actually a lot of it is literally dark), the story just sucks you in and the approach to the art is really awesome.
These are a little more on the fun side and less on the dark side, but really great content and solid stories:
Yeah, yet another D&D based comic, but you really get attached to the characters and he takes the story telling seriously, especially over the years as he's grown in his craft (my interpretation).
This is beautiful art, the story is fun. Even the dark stuff is presented with humor--so it's much, much lighter than Freakangels, but a really well done webcomic.
More zombie apocalypse stuff, definitely on the lighter side humor wise, but also some dark. I'm still evaluating it but it's definitely got some stuff going for it, I think.
Others have already mentioned
, I would put them in the latter category as well.
(All the links I give here are to the first pages--sometimes sites rearrange their links and it kills direct links. In each case, should that happen, you should be able to search for the title plus the word "webcomic" in google and find it easily.)
Apr 30th 2012
Jun 8th 2012
Don't know if many people still visit these pages, but recently I started reading
and I kinda like it. Keenspot has more material worthwile, like
fall out toy works
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