Here's an under appreciated gem that I've really been enjoying. It's about a lower-class kid named Mina and her chance encounter with the magical keeper of a once-great library. The art style and characters are both super charming, yet there are hints of an oppressive government and the library keeper's tragic past. It hasn't even hit 100 subscribers yet, but it definitely deserves to!
And my comic is about a small boarding school in old timey Connecticut that's secretly for teaching witchcraft. Not much has happened so far, it's a bit of a slow burn with a lot of things that need to be set up, but maybe you'll like it anyway.
Hey there! When it comes to comics I like, definitely give Mad Magic a look at if you can! It's a comic about a vague reconstruction-deconstruction of traditional fantasy and magic tropes, with hilarious artwork to boot. Also, if you could throw some positivity the artists way, they'd real appreciate it. They've been feeling burnt-out recently and could really use some reassuring!
As for my own plug, I got All Good Things! A passion project of mine about two teenagers in the 1970's on a cross-country road trip, wind at their backs! They're opposites, Jaime and Jade. Jaime's reserved and neurotic, while Jade's high-energy and a more than a little impulsive. That, and Jaime's alive while Jade isn't. But despite this, Jade's more alive than Jaime's ever been his whole life.
Here's my comic:
I am reading and really enjoying @JadeFang's Magic Sword:
As well as @ZakuruJay's Deliver Us:
Go read 'em!
In the world of cage fights, superior genes means nothing if not put to proper use.
And I'm reading @wintervigo 's novel:
This is the one I like. This is a new series I have found. I just like the artstyle
And this is mine I am also new here
I'm reading the Innsmouth Girl right now, and I'm really enjoying it. It's quite dark (don't go in without expecting to read about some very grim topics) but the characters and plot are engaging.
My second novel on Tapas is called Astralfice. It's about being gay, having anxiety, and piloting giant robots.
Currently reading the Red Shift by @MeltingCORE
This one's mine. Update scheduled to release today! ^^
What a honor and pleasant surprise - thank you! You're such a wonderful writer yourself. <3
Since I am here, I will participate again! I'll post two works I'm reading since I was posted above. : D
Definitely check out...
I LOVE this story by Vapid_Ink. Although, it's not on Tapas, but it's undeniably a great read that needs more spotlight.
And if you're up for a werewolf x werecat BL tandem, then you can check out mine:
I want to state that I've found Kheldorath's art amazing, so I agree with you. Mukhtar seems so awesome too, will follow.
I have some webcomics that I've found here on Tapas that would love to share, but in order to keep this at two promotions, I'll post the first comic I fell in love here because of the dying earth like lore. Also, the creator is really nice and friendly.
Here is mine now. A very weird speculative fiction tale full of strange lore to uncover. It is just starting but about to get spicy. Hope you enjoy.
This is mine
And I'm very much enjoying this one!
Man and machine fight against the undead in their last chance for survival.
I'm reading @Carolyn_Hill 's novel
Ooo LGBTQ+ Romance readers c'mere!
I'm writing Sexy Angsty Bisexual Self-Discovery Love Triangle
and I love @Mithril's Poly Gay (also Angsty) Love Triad!
We met via Tapas, and may or may not plan a crossover between some of our novels soon.
My comic Djinns, just started it today
And been following this comic for a while now, really do love the art in this
This is what I am currently reading. At least one of the many things.
And this is mine
I am working on:Check out:
This is my own!
And this is one you must definitely check out!
I am reading these comics:
And my comic is:
I forgot this thread existed. And I used to look forward to my chapter updates to update here as well!
Something I've really enjoyed reading recently:
It's thick with tension, and the panels are refreshing to look at. I mean, the art is just phenomenal. It simply adds a powerful dimension to the story! Definitely professional-grade. I'm happy I get to read it for free. XD