Of course, I should state here my preference for very heavy, soul searching stories--and that should que you in as to why I choose various stories over others.
- 5. DELVE into Fantasy by Del Borovic
If I were to make a complaint about anything, it would be that at the moment, the villain seems a little out of place in this very fluffy world. Though, being familiar with the artist in question, I expect that the comic will take a much darker turn sometime in the future.
- 4. Nightingale by Catherine Bataka & Collin LaMothe
- 3. Trying Human by Emy Bitner
As far as it's good qualities, it updates regularly, has wonderful art and a well established world. Clearly the creator has a wonderful vision of the whole world's workings and is continuously tinkering at it to perfect it. This comic has the number three spot because it is clearly a labor of love.
- 2. On the Couch/Life on a Stick by Wendy Witherow
On the Couch is pure fun.
- 1. Jack by David Hopkins
Oh. And don't let the anthropomorphic animals be off-putting. Disney has already proven to us that talking animals can tell stories just as well as people. [The Lion King anyone?]
Just read it. Right now.