The number one question that people ask me when the find out that I write about webcomics is, "What webcomic should I be reading?" But really, which webcomics you should be reading depends on the sorts of things you like. For example, if you like certain TV shows, then these webcomics may be for you.
Each year, we are stunned by the remarkable and diverse comics that appear on the Internet, and 2014 has been no exception. From gorgeously illustrated epics to spooky short stories to comics that made us cry, here are the best new webcomics that we read this year.
Perched on a tilted tombstone, the demon cat waits in the dark. Has it come for your soul or a scratch behind the ears? You tell us the story.
Jimmy Yee, the protagonist of Jason Shiga's webcomic Demon, just wants to die, but he's stuck in a supernatural logic puzzle. Every time he tries to kill himself, he wakes up in his motel room unharmed with everything not quite how he left it. What's going on? And what will Jimmy do when he figures it out?
Thanksgiving may have put you knee-deep in family dysfunction, but at least your sister isn't a people-eating fox demon. In the webcomic The Fox Sister, a young girl witnesses the death of her entire family at the paws of a nine-tailed fox and seeks revenge on the demonic killer. The only catch? The fox is now wearing…
The webcomic Digger features an unusual epic protagonist. For one thing, she's a wombat. For another, in contrast to the dead gods, shadow demons, hyena warriors, and vampire squash around her, Digger is decidedly down to earth.
Check out the first trailer from the M. Night Shyamalan-inspired Devil. Five people get stuck in an elevator, but one of them is the devil. Horror ensues.
This weekend Paranormal's ghost cam beat out the mighty Saw franchise, which means Paranormal 2 can't be far behind. With Paranormal well on its way to becoming Paramount's most successful film ever, the studio readies a sequel. [LA Times]