5 Recommended Webcomics

City of Blank by 66

“In this world that hides its face behind masks from mysterious creatures known as Blanks, there is a lot more going on behind the scenes than meets the eye. Rexerse enters Glory City, better known as the City of Blank, in hopes of finding some answers. However, once he gets there, he discovers he may have gotten more than he bargained for. However, Rexerse may just be hiding a few things himself, whether he knows it or not…”

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City of Blank by 66 immediately stands out for its unique concept and gorgeous artwork. Filled with mysterious characters and leaving you with more questions for every answer, this comic will have you tight within its grasp. It’s evident that 66 put a lot of work and time into this story, and it certainly paid off. I would recommend this comic to anyone looking for a bit of action and mystery to tease out an afternoon full of delight.

Pucca: What’s Yours is Mine by Littlekidsin

“Pucca, the daughter of a Chinese noodle restaurant owner; once a carefree 10 year old girl, now a wild teen of 15!

She’s been known to constantly bother her boyfriend Garu, trying to steal a kiss any chance she gets..
But this time, she doesn’t seem to be so interested; is it possible she’s given up? Another has stolen her heart, finally showering her with the affection she desires…could it be love, or just a ploy..?”


Pucca by Littlekidsin is a tribute to your favourite little cartoon girl, aside from Little Lulu,  of course. This is a comic inspired by the series that stole the hearts of so many of us. However, if you have never even heard of the franchise, then fear not! This comic is able to stand on its own two feet with so much confidence, you’d have no idea that it was part of something much bigger. Littlekidsin will take you on a roller coaster of emotions, ending on a note so high you’ll be left cheering for an encore. I highly recommend this comic for anyone and everyone. If you are like me and you aren’t the best at getting in touch with your emotions, well, you won’t have that issue with this comic. Enjoy it while you can!

Lilith’s Word by Nina

This story is about a God called Lilith who has the power to create anything she desires by speaking a single word. Sadly, no one ever taught her how to use her power. She and her brother travel the world together, hoping to find answers. Their quest follows a very specific rule – they spend three months in a place. When the time is up, they have to move on.

 When they stumble upon a strange group of people in a forest, the divine siblings uncover a mystery that may require more than their allocated three months in that area to untangle.”


Lilith’s Word by Nina is a comic I knew about for a while now, but never stopped to read until recently. This is not a comic that you should pass over like I originally did. Nina blows you away with stupendous artwork, and a tale of the gods that will leave you in awe. Lilith’s Word entrapped me first with its art, and then with its story. If you are looking for an adventure comic filled with jaw-dropping scenery and filled with fascinating folklore, then you’ve come to the right place.

Machina by Shenzo

“A post-apocalyptic story about the trials & tribulations of a robot that would become the Buddha.”


Machina by Shenzo provides a unique storyline and gorgeous art, but neither of those were what originally drew me into the comic. Shenzo excels in this comic where many of us struggle. Machina is filled with incredibly interesting characters. Not only in the character designs, but in the personalities, does this comic really drag you in. You want to know exactly who they are, what they have experienced, and where they are going. The more lovable the characters, the more likely you are to get a fan base that is hooked for life: and Shenzo has done it. I would recommend this comic to anyone who is interested in some great storytelling and some truly fantastic characters.

Griefer Belt by Kales

“We follow the life of Lars Van Allen, a rich and arrogant heir to the criminal organization known as The Belt. His newly made partner in crime, Scott, suddenly finds himself caught up in drama being associated with a high profile, sleazy criminal.”


Griefer Belt by Kales is another comic that I found quite recently and instantly fell in love with the characters. No longer are you following the story of the hero, capturing villains living within their cities. No, today, you are falling head over heels for the mastermind behind a criminal organization that specializes in highly valuable black market products. If you are looking for a bit of a thrill, and don’t mind struggling with the concept of right and wrong, then this is a comic I would highly recommend you pick up and read immediately.

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