Great Online Comics

Here are some online comics you might like.

Cat Rakham by Steve Wolfhard
Cat Rakham is often depressed.

The Strange High House in the Mist by Jason Thompson
A beautiful Lovecraftian comic.

Galaxion by Tara Tallan
Science fiction drama and a malfunctioning hyperspace engine.

Gunnerkrigg Court by Tom Siddell
Moody adventures in a paranormal British school.

Even in Arcadia by Anise Shaw
Thoughtful adventure in a vaguely Chinese steampunk fantasy world.

Savage Chickens by Doug Savage
Chicken scratches on post-it notes. Only, you know, GOOD.

Pillows by Leanne Riding
Short comics about the crazy life of pillow-shaped creatures.

Wasted Talent by Angela Melick
Auto-bio comic about a Vancouver-based engineer and comicker.

Flaky Pastry by Felix Lavallee
Unlikely roommates swept up in even less likely fantasy adventures.

Superhero Girl by Faith Erin Hicks
Halifax’s very own superheroine! By which I mean Faith. Who draws it.

Dresden Codak by Aaron S. Diaz
Theoretical physics, philosophy, and Mesoamerican lore.

Shi Long Pang by Ben Costa
Kungfu adventures of a Shaolin warrior monk.

Hark, a Vagrant by Kate Beaton
She draws many hilarious comics about history and other things.

Great Online Comics (But Not for Kids)

Some more great comics that happen to be rated R or something.

Pewfell by Chuck Whelon
High fantasy situation comedy.

Bold Riley by Leia Weathington & various
Fantasy adventure in a sub-continental setting.

Templar, Arizona by Spike
Crazy characters abound in this alternate reality Arizona town.

Two Keys by Nuu
An occult noir detective story that’s just getting started.

Family Man by Dylan Meconis
Beautiful comic about 18th century scholars and maybe werewolves.

Kaspall by Lucy Lyall
Adventure, mystery, and immigration in a strange new world.

Much the Miller’s Son by Steve Lecouilliard
Much is the least merry of the unpleasant rabble that hang about with Robin Hood.

SPQR Blues by Klio
Romance and drama in a doomed Roman city.

The Meek by Der-Shing Helmer
Beautiful fantasy comic about outsiders caught up in a great war.

What Birds Know by Friberg & Thorelli
Well-written fantasy adventure with a disturbing edge.

Teach English in Japan by Ellis & Dalton
A webcomic I am co-writing about adventures teaching English overseas.

The Death of Finnegan Strappe by Jordyn Bochon
The terrible tale of one man and his self destructive, occult journey to utter ruin.

Completed Comics and Comics on Indefinite Hiatus

Comics that are so cool they don’t need to update.

Beaver and Steve by James Turner
Unfesable and hilariously witty adventures of a beaver and a Steve.

Smile by Raina Telgemeier
Real-life drama of a young girl and her dental difficulties.

Anatta by Wei Li and Anise Shaw
What if you could transfer your mind to someone else’s body?

Astronaut Elementary by Dave Roman
Funny stories about kids on a space station! Awesome!

Nine Planets by Kit Roebuck
Philosophical sci-fi in a post-human Solar System.

Masters of the Art by Justin Pixler
Teenage comedy with a large dose of martial arts.

Water Tribe by Johane Matte
The further adventures of Zhao from an alternate universe Avatar: The Last Air Bender.

Demonology 101 by Faith Erin Hicks
Drama and adventure with high school kids and demons.

Reman Mythology by Amy Kim Ganter
One girl’s adventures in a beautiful fantasy world.

Aki Alliance by Ryan Estrada
Aki must make friends with everyone in her class- no matter what!

Minus by Ryan Armand
An intelligent story of a little girl with the power to do anything.

Awesome People On the Internet

People I know and/or admire who are awesome and also on the internet.

Amy Watson
Manga-style wild west adventure comics, and more (rated R).

Jason Turner
He draws too many nice comics to count. One of them is called True Loves.

Caroline Parkinson
A talented British illustrator, comicker, and animator.

Scott McCloud
The world’s premier comics guru, and also a nice guy.

Kazu Kibuishi
Creator of Amulet, Daisy Kutter, Copper (a webcomic), and the editor of Flight.

Garen Ewing
Garen is the comicker behind The Rainbow Orchid, soon to be released in print!

Barry Deutsch
Another webcomicker turned print comicker. I like Hereville.

It All Goes to My Head Sometimes

But really I don’t have so much to brag about.

Casual Notes An excellent review of A Mad Tea-Party by Brett Hainley.
Willie Hewes Another review of A Mad Tea-Party, this time by Willie Hewes.
Hyatt Art Webcomic Spotlight An interview I did about Lords of Death and Life.
WCCAs (on Wikipedia) In 2007 I was nominated for "best environment design" in the Web Cartoonists’ Choice Awards.
Jazma Online An interview about "Cloud-Leapers," my contribution to the Fablewood anthology.
Webcomic Beacon Fes and Tanya interview me for their webcomics podcast.
Inkstuds Radio I got interviewed by one of the best indy comics radio shows out there! Listen to the podcast online!
J.L. Collins A very flattering review of my Cloud-Leapers story for the Fablewood Anthology. Oh my!
Ain’t It Cool News Indie Jones also reviews my contribution to Fablewood.
Sequential Tart Marissa Sammy of Sequential Tart wrote some nice things about Maida Kilwa.
Cloudscape on Inkstuds Another Inkstuds Radio interview, this time with Jeff Ellis and Colin Upton, talking about Cloudscape.
The Comics Reporter I come off sounding pretty good in this article on Stumptown 2008 by Tom Spurgeon.
Ursula K. LeGuin Holy crap! My all-time favourite author has read and reviewed the book that I am in!!!!