People always ask me what I think of various webcomics, so I decided to start collecting my thoughts in one place! Click the images to go to the comic! Comic titles with a ⭐ after them are recommended, but even if I don’t give a comic a star, that doesn’t mean you won’t like it.

[un]Divine ⭐

What is it: A highschooler sells his soul for a big titty demon gf, and now has to have anime battles against angels who keep trying to eat him.

The Good: Excellent art and monster designs, some of the better fights in webcomics.

The Bad: Danny is kind of a bland protagonist. The comic keeps threatening to veer into femdom porn, which may be a good thing for some of you.

You should read it if: You wanna read a comic with big fights, big angels, and big titties.

Ava’s Demon

What is it: A bunch of kids possessed by demons have space adventures and are sad

The Good: Extremely good art. Occasional “high production value” moments with music and limited animation. The single-panel page format really highlights the art.

The Bad: Bland writing, weak characters. The single-panel page format really slows the flow of reading it.

You should read it if: Learning that the Wrath demon is named “Wrathia” doesn’t strike you as comically dumb

Awkward Zombie ⭐

What is it: It’s a comic that makes jokes about video games

The Good: It’s the best comic that makes jokes about video games

The Bad: If you haven’t played the game in question, you might not get the jokes. Awkward lack of zombies.

You should read it if: You like jokes about video games. I don’t….it’s not a complex premise.

Beach WZRD

What is it: Melody is excited for her first day as the Witch of the Beach, but the inexperienced witch is unprepared for the powerful and obnoxious wizard who wants to rule the beach for itself.

The Good: Excellent black-and-white art gives it a unique look among webcomics.

The Bad: The intended reading experience is as the eventual print compilations, meaning there are pages in this comedy comic that don’t have punchlines. The title character is annoying, which is the intent but still.

You should read it if: You’re interested in a high-energy comic for kids, and you prefer to archive binge.

Cat Girl

What is it: Peter is a dorky and slightly incel-ish 4chan loser with social anxiety, whose therapist recommends him a lab-grown catgirl girlfriend from the government. Disaster ensues.

The Good: “What if a stock anime fantasy actually happened to the kind of person who obsesses about that” is a cool premise for a comic. Peter is a well-written character, so filled with self-loathing that it ironically blinds him to his biggest flaws, and even though the premise is wacky you know there really are guys like this who have relationships like this.

The Bad: While the comic is clear that Peter is not the good guy here, this is a comic about an abusive relationship from the point of view of the abuser, and that concept’s just going to be a dealbreaker for some people. I also don’t know if “The government should breed catgirl waifus” is an idea that really needs to be “debunked”, and the B-plot expounding on The Lore of this premise is far weaker than if it was just left completely unexplained.

You should read it if: You want to read an uncomfortable comic about a bad person.

Camp Weedonwantcha ⭐

What is it: A bunch of kids are left at summer camp forever by parents who’ve abandoned them to die. Wacky comedy and feel-good moments ensue.

The Good: Cute adventures with kids, reminiscent of some of the better Nicktoons from the 90s. Surprisingly emotionally effective when it wants to be.

The Bad: While the ending is satisfying in its own way, many plot threads go unresolved

The Terrible: Nickelodeon bought the rights and is sitting on them.

You should read it if: You like slice of life adventures with blasts of dark humor and feels


What is it: Ducktales, with Genocide!

The Good: Cute and generally likable characters. Decently paced

The Bad: Doesn’t really excel at anything. Weirdly insistent about totally not being a furry comic even though it obviously is.

The Terrible: The author is a white nationalist, and the lack of link is intentional.

You should read it if: You like 80s cartoons and hate minorities

Clown Corps ⭐

What is it: Convicted burglar Mary McBell is sentenced to join a school of elite super-powered warriors for justice in what would be a standard Naruto/My Hero Academia-type battle shounen except for the bit where they’re all clowns.

The Good: This comic has some great jokes, and is really clever at using its comic format in interesting ways. You won’t get jokes like this from anime! The fight scenes are also pretty good for a comic this focused on comedy.

The Bad: There’s a lot of self-aware meta humor, so if that’s not your thing then this isn’t the comic for you. The comic is so absurd and meta it can be difficult to get invested in the plot beats it wants you to take seriously.

You should read it if: You liked Paranatural, “Battle School” shounen, and/or clever format jokes.

Cornucopia ⭐

What is it: A ninja is sent on a mission to literally steal candy from a nation of morons, fails.

The Good: Good art and well-paced storytelling. Clever use of different types of word balloons. High joke-per-page ratio

The Bad: Doofy tone may not be your cup of tea. Seems to have died young, though the first chapter is still a complete story

You should read it if: You like JelloApocalypse’s videos on YouTube, or his series Epithet Erased, since he made this

Dresden Codak

What is it: A genius inventor has wacky adventurers, then goes to a flying city and spends most of the comic’s run embroiled in a conspiracy run by evil anime villains.

The Good: The drawings are pretty. The early comedy adventures are quirky and charming.

The Bad: Panel layout and composition, especially early in Dark Science, is atrocious. Presents the comic as a feminist power fantasy, but the main character usually has her tits out and has had her clothes burnt off on multiple occasions.

The Terrible: The author is a notorious jerk. As of this writing, The Dark Science storyline has been running for eight years and has yet to reach a triple-digit number of pages, even though it’s a full-time job for which Diaz earns $4,000+/mo on Patreon.

You should read it if: You thought the best part of Ghost in the Shell was the lesbian orgy boat.

Drop Out (NSFW) ⭐

What is it: Two girlfriends go on a road trip to kill themselves in style

The Good: Short enough to be read in one sitting. Surprisingly good visual storytelling for a first comic. Realistic dialogue and high tension keeps you engaged even when not much is happening. Subtle details that don’t become apparent until a second read reward paying attention.

The Bad: Heavy subject matter. Lettering can be tough to read in early pages.

Content Warnings: Drug Abuse, Suicide, Mental Health Issues, Detransitioning….a list of all the difficult content in this comic would be so long it’d look like I’m making a joke. This is a heavy comic.

You should read it if: You like arty dramatic comics that deal with uncomfortable topics

Dumbing of Age

What is it: College students obsessed with late 80s-early 90s pop culture have relationship troubles

The Good: Of all the popular comics it’s trendy to shit on, this is by far the best. Solid gag-a-day strip with plots that move at a decent pace.

The Bad: Realistic depictions of abusive parents co-exists in the same comic as a literal superhero, leading to some jarring tonal confusion.

You should read it if: You like newspaper-style drama comics.

Everything Is Fine

What is it: Maggie and Sam are a normal married couple in a very strange world where proving your loyalty is the key to winning, and the best way to prove your loyalty is to show someone else is disloyal. And also everyone wears mascot suit cat heads all the time.

The Good: Well-written characters, a novel premise, and excellent pacing. I’m not the biggest fan of the webtoon “really tall page” format, but it’s taken advantage of at times for nice transitions

The Bad: The webtoon format can be irritating, and the worldbuilding is toeing the line between “compelling mystery” and “If there were two astronauts on the moon and one shot the other wouldn’t that be fucked up?”-ism.

Content Warning: Gore, Suicide themes. Every page with such content has a warning on it (which works better in Webtoon format, actually)

You should read it if: You liked the dystopian fiction fiction books you had to read in high school.


What is it: A boy overwhelmed by his fantastical responsibilities plays a game about a boy overwhelmed by his fantastical responsibilities who plays a game about a boy…

The Good: One of the best plot concepts I’ve seen in a webcomic, small but really clever uses of the medium itself as a way of conveying the story.

The Bad: The format’s a Prequel-esque “Picture with a bunch of text under it”, which fits the story the comic’s trying to tell but isn’t everyone’s cup of tea.

The Disclaimer: The creator, Lum, is a moderator on my discord, and my other moderator along with some discord regulars make cameos, so I may be slightly biased here.

You should read it if: You like high concept stories.

Gunnerkrigg Court ⭐

What is it: A girl attends a scientific school in a magical world that’s honestly not even slightly like Harry Potter but people say it is because they think J. K. Rowling invented British schools

The Good: Good art and fantastic panel composition. Slow-burning dark fantasy mystery.

The Bad: Takes a little while to find its groove. Starts feeling rushed and confusing near the end.

The Terrible: Boxbot

You should read it if: You like dark fantasy stories, or stories in general.

Homestuck ⭐?

What is it: A kid wants to play a video game but it’s downstairs and he doesn’t feel like talking to his dad yadda yadda yadda the universe explodes. Was briefly ungodly popular.

The Good: High production values, many updates are music videos with excellent music. Great character writing, especially in Act 5. Toby Fox, the creator of Undertale, did a lot of the music, and arguably isn’t even the best musician featured.

The Bad:The early part of the comic is brutally slow-paced, and is an impossible hurdle for some.

The Terrible: The ending is widely considered a major disappointment, and attempts to turn the comic into a franchise have been met with mixed reviews. The prose epilogues are deeply divisive.

Content Warning: A lot gorier than you might expect, mitigated by the cartoony art style, abusive relationships, the epilogue is just generally gross.

You should read it if: You want to see what the hell all those kids in grey face-paint at anime conventions were about

You should also consider: Just getting the music off the bandcamp, it’s really good.

Homestuck 2

What is it: A “dubiously canon” sequel to Homestuck, following from The Homestuck Epilogues, made by a different creative team. Follows two intersecting future timelines

The Good: The art is quite nice, and the new characters are fun and likable. Very bold in its ideas, for better or for worse it’s rarely boring. One of the few webcomics to be able to integrate trigger warnings clearly while remaining non-obtrusive with them. Faster-paced than the original Homestuck (low bar!) and has a few clever presentation ideas. Willing to be its own thing. If you’re worried it’s just “Homestuck 1 but more of it”, this is not that.

The Bad: Not at all a stand-alone comic, Homestuck 2 is completely incoherent if you’re not familiar with Homestuck 1 and the Homestuck Epilogues. Does not have the big multimedia productions Homestuck 1 was known for. Beloved characters from Homestuck 1 can come off really badly, which upsets a lot of people. If you’re looking for “Homestuck 1 but more of it”, this is not that.

The Terrible: At times, this comic is actively trying to piss off the readership by dragging out unpopular plot revelations. I actually like this about it, but unsurprisingly a lot of people don’t.

You should read it if: If you have to ask “Should I read Homestuck 2?”, the answer is probably “No”. This is a comic for people who are riding the Homestuck train to the bitter end.

You should also consider: Reading my Liveblog of it 

Kiwi Blitz ⭐

What is it: A precocious young girl gets a Kiwi-shaped robot and decides to become a superhero ridding the world of nefarious furries. More of a cute character drama than a superhero comic, and more of a superhero comic than a mecha one.

The Good: Cute artstyle. Not without dramatic stakes, but fairly light and fun throughout minus a few people getting shot. The android 42 is stand-out great character.

The Bad: Prone to long hiatuses as the author’s main comic is now Sleepless Domain.

You should read it if: You liked Sleepless Domain, and are looking for a somewhat lighter comic by the same author.

Latchkey Kingdom ⭐

What is it: A girl goes on adventures in a magical land of idiots

The Good: Good but not overbearing comedy. Tight chapters. Strong side characters

The Bad: Thanks in part to Patron-backed stories in between the “main” chapters, can feel like an episodic series with no main character or driving plot

The Neutral: Willa is a semi-silent protagonist, and often gets overshadowed by the wacky people she meets. Cerberus Syndrome, executed well

You should read it if: You like adventure, silly characters, and jokes about Dark Souls.


What is it: Two lesbians are contrived into sharing an apartment, then the comic becomes a polemic about how trans people are evil. The second-best TERF webcomic on this list

The Good: This comic has no redeeming qualities

The Bad: It’s hella transphobic, and not even particularly interesting about it the way Sinfest can be. Everything that’s not hateful is boring, and the comic is practically going “Go on, be offended, blog about me, give me atteeeennnnttttiiiiiooooonnn!”

You should read it if: You really shouldn’t, and I’m not linking to it

Least I Could Do

What is it: Rayne Summers is the best at everything and you should listen to him

The Good: This comic updates on time regularly. Sometimes it updates without word balloons by accident, making it surreally funny

The Bad: Poorly thought-out political rants; few jokes, severe overuse of beat panels, copy-pasted art.

The Terrible: Designed to go viral, not to be entertaining; makes panels wordless just so they can be used as preview images

You should read it if: You have committed horrible sins and wish to atone.


Legend of the Hare

What is it: A white trash loser girl is peer pressured into becoming a magical girl by a pair of pushy rabbits. A spinoff of the print comic Blade Bunny, written and drawn by the current creative team of Saffron and Sage.

The Good: Bouncy and cartoony art. Strong and memorable characters. Very weird and freewheeling.

The Bad: The plot is an absolute mess, stalling out and even going backwards at times, though it mostly comes together at the end. The tone is wildly inconsistent.

The Terrible: Kind of South-Parky in its humor sometimes

You should read it if: You like Saffron and Sage and want to see a comic by the same team when they were less experienced.



Moby: Back from the Deep

What is it: A zombie killer whale attacks a small town.

The Good: The art is nice

The Bad: Egregious overuse of narration.

The Terrible: It’s a beat for beat ripoff of the movie Jaws, down to some characters having their names only marginally changed from their Jaws counterpart (e.g. “Alex Gardener” is the name of the Alex Kintner analogue)

You should read it if: You can’t find a Jaws torrent.

Mokepon ⭐

What is it: A dickhead teenager is forced on a Pokemon adventure, and learns a valuable lesson about friendship while being dragged into a criminal conspiracy. A Pokemon fanfic that’s somewhat darker than the source material (though not really “grimdark”)

The Good: Good action scenes, nice manga-style art. Notable improvement in art and storytelling over time. Atticus’ slow-burn character growth is satisfying.

The Bad: The early chapters are almost a completely different comic, and it takes a little while to find its groove.

You should read it if: You liked Pokemon Special

Monster Pulse ⭐

What is it: Kids’ internal organs become sentient external organs, and they have to keep it a secret from an evil organization.

The Good: Cool twist on the surprisingly rare monster pet genre. Not afraid to upend the status quo

The Bad: No real obvious flaws, but if you don’t find the premise interesting, you probably won’t like it.

You should read it if: You were a fan of monster-pet stories like Digimon Tamers

Nan Quest ⭐

What is it: In this spiritual sequel to Ruby Quest, a goat girl electrician sets out to fix a broken fuzebox and ends up ensnared in a psychological horror conspiracy.

The Good: Much more effective use of the simple MS Paint art style, with more color and some simple animations (animated panels being marked [A], a convention Homestuck would later adopt for its [S] sound panels). The characters are better fleshed out than in Ruby Quest, and the horror is more effective as well, with less gore and more tension.

The Bad: Though used effectively, the art is still MS Paint doodles. The story mechanics behind the mystery are much more ambiguous, which can be a plus.

Content Warning: Gore, threatened sexual violence.

You should read it if: You like Ruby Quest and/or psychological horror comics that can be read in a few hours.

Puffer and Clarissa ⭐

What is it: In a post-apocalyptic waterworld, a supervillain’s henchman/daughter gets lost with a crew member of the ship her mom was conquering. Adventure ensues.

The Good: Cool world full of interesting fish. Cartoony art style is a good fit to the feel of the story. Puffer’s conflicted loyalty to her emotionally abusive supervillain mom is a strong character hook.

The Bad: If you like your villains subtle and “realistic”, this is maybe not the comic for you. This is the kind of comic where a villain named Killer Whale has a Killer Whale-shaped submarine and an army of Killer Whales and goes around killing people while wearing a Killer Whale fursuit.

You should read it if: You want to read a fun comic about child abuse.

The Golden Boar⭐

What is it: In a magical world where mages battle monsters by summoning tumblr sexymen, young Mello gets stuck with DannyDevitomon as her partner. By the creator of Monster Pulse.

The Good: Interesting premise with a lot of potential. The comic seems to have Deeper Themes regarding sexual relationships, though it’s too early to judge on that front.

The Bad: Despite what the premise might have you believe, this is a bit of a slower comic without a lot of battles or wacky comedy (at least as of Chapter 4), being more about the characters.

You should read it if: You liked Monster Pulse, Digimon, Beastars, and The Odd Couple. Bit of a weird Venn Diagram there.

The Monster Under The Bed

What is it: A teenager finds a demon girl under his bed, rom-com ensues

The Good: Cute anime-esque premise

The Bad: Lots of cutaways to demon women with their tiddies out for no purpose beyond demon women with their tiddies out. Some may consider this a pro. Egregious use of photos instead of drawing backgrounds, making outdoor scenes look awful

The Terrible: For a comic about teenagers, it sure is horny!

You should read it if: You like Japanese animes

Narbonic ⭐

What is it: A shlubby loser gets a job working for a mad scientist. Mad sciencey things occur, and the comic experiences an incredible jump in quality in the back half

The Good: Short comic, comfy and easy to read. The best and most satisfying ending arc of any webcomic ever.

The Bad: Some “LOLRANDOM” humor, especially early on.

The Terrible: The first few comics are almost literally unreadable due to messy handwritten lettering and low quality scans.

You should read it if: You love seeing a story build to a proper conclusion, and you don’t mind a rough start.

Octopus Pie ⭐

What is it: Slice-of-life dramedy where twenty-somethings try to become adults and/or get laid while navigating New York life. Completed comic.

The Good: If you direct your attention to the left, you will see the incredible coloring. There are other comics that have better plots and even better characters, but Octopus Pie is uniquely good at hitting a mood. Occasionally does some infinite canvas stuff that’s neat.

The Bad: This is a comic about exploring ideas and kind of drifting around, and isn’t a big plot-focused comic with a lot of big dramatic reveals. Which I don’t think is bad, but it might not be your thing.

You should read it if: You liked stories about adults trying to figure out how to grow up, and like seeing characters age.

Out-of-Placers ⭐

What is it: A human man is turned into a female rat creature, and has to navigate a low-fantasy world while learning their incredibly stupid ways and trying to get himself back to normal.

The Good: Really good worldbuilding, with interesting, fleshed out, and unique fantasy races.

The Bad: Can get kind of edgy in ways that don’t always work, and occasionally gets a bit gross. If the premise made you think it was a furry fetish comic, it’s not, but it keeps threatening to become one if you don’t whap it with a newspaper and say “No” very firmly every now and then.

You should read it if: Your favorite DnD race is kobolds.

Paranatural ⭐

What is it: Kids bust ghosts in a parody of shounen anime tropes

The Good: Good banter, creative panel layouts, and characters you want to root for.

The Bad: The story rapidly increases in scale, causing the pacing to grind to a halt in later chapters because there are dozens of characters to track, such that a dodgeball game lasts a full 60 pages while characters establish beats that will pay off later.

You should read it if: You liked Bleach before it became Dragonball

Prequel -or- Making A Cat Cry: The Adventure ⭐

What is it: An Elder Scrolls fanfiction, in which an alcoholic catgirl heads to a new land to try to make a better life, and generally fails.

The Good: Inventive use of the web as a storytelling medium. Great character writing. Lovable protagonist. Excellent payoff to years or life kicking the protagonist in the face.

The Bad: Years of life kicking the protagonist in the face. Can thus be depressing, especially early on, sometimes to the point of being offensive (see Content Warnings)

The TerribleVery slow and irratic update schedule

Content Warnings: Alcoholism, Depression, the protagonist gets blackout drunk and wakes up in bed next to strange men several times, which is played for comedy.

You should read it if: You like slow burn character development. You like stories where the protagonist has a hard time

Problem Sleuth

What is it: A detective tries to leave his office using user-submitted commands, and gets in a few tangents along the way. Mostly known now as “The thing Andrew Hussie did before Homestuck”, but it was a popular comic in its own right.

The Good: Much better art than most reader-driven comics, bizarre and clever, with a dramatic finish.

The Bad: Holy shit, you thought Homestuck meandered? Problem Sleuth will do nearly anything and everything readers asked him to do, and this is a veeeeeery convoluted comic that has thus aged somewhat poorly.

You should read it if: You thought Homestuck was best before the Trolls got involved.

Questionable Content

What is it: Humanity achieves a technological utopia in the background while hipsters in Massachusetts complain about their dating lives. Later begins focusing much more heavily on all the robots.

The Good: A rotating menagerie of quirky cute girls. Had a major trans character before it was cool.

The Bad: The comic kind of transitions from being about one thing to being about another thing several times, to the point where onetime protagonists show up less and less or even get dropped altogether in favor of the New Thing the comic is.

You should read it if: You want a comfy and diverse slice-of-life comic.

The Rock Cocks (NSFW)

What is it: Two losers decide to quit their lives and commit to living as a rock band and having explicit sex

The Good: Opening does a good job of making the characters likable underdogs. Dicks and tiddies.

The Bad: The amazing awesomeness of the band sometimes feels more masturbatory than the porn scenes. Depending on what you’re in for, there’s a decent plot constantly getting interrupted by pointless sex scenes, or a decent porn comic constantly getting interrupted by a plot.

You should read it if: You play with your peepee to AC/DC

Ruby Quest⭐

What is it: A bunny girl wakes up in a locker, and has to escape a facility while uncovering the horrifying mystery based on suggestions from readers. Helped popularize the “reader-driven” format of comics.

The Good: Effective horror comic, compelling mystery, much more focused than most reader-driven comics. Minimalist art style is used effectively.

The Bad: Stick figure art style won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, still a bit meandering, characters are very flat.

Content Warning: Gore, body horror

You should read it if: You like Resident Evil games.

Scurry ⭐

What is it: In a world where all the humans are dead, a colony of mice struggles to survive

The Good: Exceptional art. Cool premise and characters

The Bad: The story is perfectly cromulent, but it’s not the draw.

You should read it if: You like good art and the secret of Nimh


What is it: A gag a day strip that morphs into a feminist strip that morphs into an anti-porn polemic that morphs into a mental breakdown. Has recently morphed into a full-on TERF comic.

The Good: Cute art

The Bad: The story is highly metaphorical but inconsistent on what metaphors mean, causing it to become confusing. Plots and characters are often dropped. Despite being a feminist comic, the female cast is poorly developed. For a political comic, it offers no solutions and seems content to wallow in misery. Ambiguously transphobic for much of its run, and then very unambigously transphobic and possibly anti-semitic as well.

The Terrible: It’s a second-wave feminist allegory written by the TimeCube guy

You should read it if: You like making fun of bad comics

Skin Horse

What is it: In the Torchwood to Narbonic’s Doctor Who, a secret agent team consisting of a zombie, a dog, and a cross-dressing therapist help cryptids lead normal lives at the behest of their boss, a sentient swarm of bees.

The Good: Well-crafted, lots of good little storytelling tricks to pick up on and learn from, impressive ability to keep finding new jokes about how robots talk strange without it feeling strange. Wifeable water-cooler.

The Bad: While less LOLRANDOM than Narbonic, can still feel like a series of zany concepts getting thrown at you. If you don’t like this kind of thing, this isn’t the kind of thing you like. Contains mild spoilers for Narbonic.

You should read it if: The “what is it” part didn’t scare you off, and you like comics that reward you for thinking about subtle things.

Sleepless Domain ⭐

What is it: A moderately grimdark magical girl series

The Good: Strong worldbuilding through visual storytelling, both artists are good

The Bad: Somewhat slow pacing, there’s an artist change partway in that can be a little jarring

You should read it if: You liked Madoka Magica, but it wouldn’t make your top three magical girl series/You liked Kiwi Blitz, and are looking for a somewhat darker comic by the same author.

Star Impact ⭐

What is it: An action series about professional boxers with anime-style superpowers

The Good: Distinct exaggerated art style with good cartooning. Fun action scenes. I’m a sucker for Punch-Out! references.

The Bad: The fights are fun but lack tension; I never felt like Aster might lose or even that she’d come up with a creative/interesting way to win. It’s still early going in the comic, though, so that might change.

You should read it if: You wanna read a cartoony comic about people punching each other in the face with superpowers.

Squires for Hire

What is it: Robin wants to be a knight, but suffers from a lack of confidence. Beatrice wants to be a knight, but suffers from overconfidence. They try to be knights!

The Good: Pleasant cartoony art style, strong characters.

The Bad: Some of the female characters have a bad case of Obviously-Written-By-A-Dude-Itis (“You know what the difference is between you and me?” “I dunno, twelve inches and two cup sizes?”). Characters are strong, but also very broad and kind of stereotypical. Jokes are a bit hit and miss.

You should read it if: You like comics that are kind of doofy and fun.

Ten Earth-Shattering Blows ⭐

What is it: A Princess and a Barbarian go on a desert adventure in which many people are killed in awesome gory ways.

The Good: A lot of comics in this list have good art, and Ten Earth-Shattering Blows is no exception, but the backgrounds are exceptional. Possibly the most “professional”-looking webcomic on this list. Some of the best action scenes in webcomics; this is a comic about kicking ass. The characters are pretty interesting, too.

The Bad: If the phrase “Killed in awesomely gory ways” turns you off, this might not be the comic for you. This is an action series, first and foremost.

You should read it if: You liked the chase scene from Mad Max Fury Road where one of the cars was a dude in his pajamas playing a ‘lectrical guitar with a flamethrower on it and want to read an entire chapter of a webcomic that’s just that but with lizards and catapults that shoot naked priests.

What Happens Next ⭐

What is it: Eight years after helping his boyfriend dismember a teenage girl, internet-poisoned Milo Holliday is attempting to live a normal life, despite mental health issues and a virulent Kiwi Farms hatedom, when his ex’s new serial killer-stanning boyfriend gets in touch with him.

The Good: A really nuanced look at some of the darker aspects of internet culture. Milo feels real and recognizable despite the weird premise. This isn’t a “comedy” series, but it has a very wry sense of humor regarding its own premise, such as a character celebrating trans serial killers as a win for diversity.

The Bad: This is kind of a “literary” comic about problematic people. If you’re looking for a comic with good jokes, exciting action scenes, or plot mysteries to speculate on, this is not trying to be any of those things.

You should read it if: You liked Drop Out but want something that’s not quite as dark and depressing.