Okay, I'm going to recommend.... The Firelight Isle.
Why should you read this comic? Okay, so, Paul Duffield, previously the artist on Freakangels (he's in no way involved in the Crunchyroll anime they're making of it, and to my knowledge isn't being paid...even though they're basically using his character designs with only minor changes...ughhh) and Manga Shakespeare: The Tempest, a first place winner in the UK Rising Stars of Manga, has done work for NASA and all sorts, and his partner, Kate Brown, creator of original graphic novel "Fish & Chocolate" and "Tamsin & the Deep", and artist on stuff like Manga Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream and a ton of other stuff.... make this comic that they're both incredibly passionate about.
What kind of person is Paul Duffield? The kind of person who ANIMATES A FREAKING TRAILER FOR HIS COMIC. He didn't outsource this to a studio or anything, he just poured a ton of time and effort into it. Absolute legend.
The worldbuilding is deep, the use of long scroll might charm even somebody who's more into traditional print comics, the art is beautiful and richly detailed... It has a lot of the characteristics of a graphic novel, with slow pacing and atmosphere, and these sweeping shots of detailed scenery, so the readership is surprisingly small considering who created it and how gorgeous it is.
Give it a shot!