5 Recommended Webcomics

A Matter of Life and Death by The Snipster

“Death’s job isn’t really his favorite, but it’s not like he could change it. It doesn’t help that he’s attracted to his opposite who seems to detest his very existence.”

A Matter of Life and Death

A Matter of Life and Death by The Snipster may be labeled by its fans as Boy Love, but that is not what defines this story. Follow along with the unlikely friendship and romance between two seemingly different beings. The Snipster will take you on a roller coaster of emotions as you laugh and cry along with all of the characters. Get deep into the history of their relationships with each other, the world, and other gods. I would recommend this comic to anyone who wants a refreshing view on life and death and everything in between.

The Ogre Cook by konori

“A traveller approaches an ogre fortress and asks to stay the night in the ogre cook’s kitchen. There, the ogre cook recounts his experiences to the traveller.”

The Ogre Cook

The Ogre Cook by konori is a unique fantasy story in the sense that it doesn’t follow the tale of a heroic character, defeating the evil ogres. In fact, what we discover is a tale unlike any other that will have you itching for more. Konori hooks you into the story quickly with lovable characters and a well-paced plot. Although this comic is currently on hiatus, it is certainly one that is worth waiting for. I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone!

Oops Comic Adventure by Cyndi Foster and Jeramy Hobz

“Oops is an orphan street rat who discovers he has magical abilities in a city where magic is band. With the help of his friend, Plague, they quest to find his family and fall into the mix of magical clans raising up against the dark King Hectric Tepper and his army of knights and flying Hec Hounds.”

Oops Comic Adventure

Oops Comic Adventure by Cyndi Foster and Jeramy Hobz is an epic tale that follows the twisted fate of a small orphan boy and his giant rat friend. This is another comic that will have you falling in love with the characters straight from page one. It will have you in tears from laughter and heartbreak with just the flip of a coin. Embark on this adventure of a lifetime, filled with friendship and valuable lessons along the way. This comic is perfect for all ages and surely won’t disappoint.

Carciphona by Shilin

“In a time where magic is forbidden, a sorceress’s once peaceful life is shaken by an assassin and grudges that are rooted deeply in time.”


Carciphona by Shilin will instantly have you in awe with the gorgeous artwork and enormous weight of the plot. This is a comic that will sit you down, and keep you there for hours as you become completely immersed in the world. Prepare for an emotional battle between characters as you figure out what is happening as the plot thickens. This is a comic I would recommend for anyone who revels in high fantasy, or is excited to learn about a unique world.

Lalita at the End of the Universe by Sleepypencil

“When thinking about her life, resumes, Jobs, bills came to Lalita’s mind.
What doesn’t come to her mind is waking up on a spaceship with a ragtag group of aliens and going on the weirdest “roadtrip” Lalita has ever seen to search for a place called the end of the universe.”

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Lalita at the End of the Universe by Sleepypencil is a science-fiction story that sets an unlikely group of friends on an adventure through space. Follow along with this quirky crew, getting to know each one along the way. Sleepypencil creates memorable character designs that will have you interested as the plot hooks you in even deeper. This is a comic I would recommend to anyone looking for a fun space-filled adventure!

Oops Comic Adventure by Cyndi Foster and Jeramy Hobz also has a full review, which you can check out here