existential crisis' banner has the vibe of a gag-a-day, and definitely a first time comic - its mainly the black and white ness that gives the gag a day vibe, though also maybe the Ko-Fi line too
beautiful rebellious brainiacs seems like its definitely a novel, something set in a school, maybe a classic YA story
goblins of razard seems like either a romantic fantasy, or a fantasy-themed romance (slight but relevant difference), which makes the title an odd choice. it looks like its one of them comics w a lot of beautiful panels
short stories for a cold night kinda gives away a bit from the title, ig i assume theyre prose altho they could well be comics. prolly comforting stories? prolly in a modern setting.
firstly: that banner is HOT. DAMN. i love the palette, the bold contrast, its great. my first impression was an urban fantasy with noir influences, smth like full spectrum therapy. i didnt see the basket ball. its the colours that give this impression, theyre unnatural and very saturated, which i love, and which tends to imply supernatural happenings in my mind.
then i read your comic, and it werent that at all, but also its really cool and i subbed
@joe_galindez ive read sooome of paladin, so tryna forget abt that, id still assume this was fantasy, and fairly gritty - implied by the scarring on their face, the beard (a reach, maybe, but still the impression i get) and also the scratchy black shading of the artwork. its quite a traditional style i recognise from more traditional, but higher quality print comics, smth like moon knight, which also gives this impression, and also gives the impression its a pretty mature read.
definitely a romance, definitely a novel. a first novel, maybe? I feel like the sun imagery is intentional...
@J.Lovelace both your banners give similar impressions to me, slightly gritty action-packed scifi series with distinct anime influence
@rowanfresh celebrity babyverse defo gives the impression of being comedy, maybe gag-a-day, and pretty light and airy in its humour
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