Happy Valentine’s Day! Here I have little Valentine’s for some of my wonderful followers! Anyone who followed me after a certain date in January (I forget what it was) I didn’t have time to get to yours and I am so so sorry! I will draw you all something nice in a few weeks when I have the time, okay?
I tried my best to find what it is you liked by going to each of your blogs! For any Homestucks, I am so sorry. I don’t understand Homestuck. Just please know that I tried. Or I just made what I think of when I hear your screen name!
Red Box:toothandjackandme, dinahsolidmusic, breathlessintake, besomethingtheyhaventseenbefore, cupcakestuck, kawaiiboobs, dannyphantomphansunite
WebComics that I have been recently reading that I find to be good... of course if you like to read about gay lovers... They're good trust me, not just the one-shot smut stuff.
This comic is finished and it is a sci-fi webcomic created by writer Alex Woolfson (a guy) and artist Winona Nelson that has now finished, so you can read the complete story from beginning to end. He also has another comic he updates every Tuesday. In my opinion this comic is very detailed and a good read, it has a strong story and an interesting take on robotic curiosity.
The less than epic adventures of TJ and Amal:
In the span of a single day, Amal calls off his arranged marriage, comes out to his conservative parents, promptly gets disowned, goes on a bender… and wakes up the next morning to find TJ, a lanky, dreadlocked vagrant, frying eggs and singing Paul Simon in his kitchen. The agreement is simple: Amal does the driving; TJ pays the way - but a 3500 mile journey leaves plenty of time for things to get complicated. It is a long and joyful read that I find to be very interesting. The back stories are not yet revealed and is very fun to read. Mature warning.
It’s a webcomic drawn by Silv/Demi with writing collaboration by Ski. It primarily focuses on the characters Nine and Dice, a dragon- and phoenix-shapeshifter living in the fictional corrupt city of Eterno. It’s hard to categorize it, as it contains elements from many genres: crime, horror, fantasy, sci-fi, romance, and comedy. Definitely rated M for violence, language, mild sexual content, and some disturbing themes.
Another webcoimc that is sci-fi. It is well known web comic by many people and is very popular… Sorry I do not have much information on this but I cannot find a decent summary anywhere not even on the website itself. BUt basically it’s about Cain and Abel’s relationship in a space station fighting back guys and shit. It’s better than it sounds, trust me. It’s very graphic. Warning.
A Mature rated Yaoi comic about a little whore house and its residents and clientele.It’s pretty damn gay. It’s very beautiful artwork, very, very detailed. Not much info on this one as well. But it’s beautiful and colorful. The most effort i’ve seen in a web comic before.
Boy meets a vampire. What happens when they get to know each other? Not much is told about this comic other than that, a nerd named Dylan and a vampire named Joa. You don’t know much about either of them, but that’s what waiting for the nest chapter is for right? ;P This is a funny co
This webcomic is finished, but it’s still a good read. Not much info on this either… the comic is very sad and some people do not like the ending. BUt it’s cute and funny and dramatic.
Of course there are many other webcomics out there that I haven’t read yet and are probably very good to read. I just enjoy these so much. ALL THESE EMOTIONS.
(ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ Thanks for reading, even though this will never be seen by anybody and will never be liked or re-blogged.