Anyway, here’s the list:
By far my favorite series of webcomics out there. This series has had a HUGE influence on my art style and storytelling skills. The basic premise of the stories is a slightly altered future where animals have developed intelligence and have built their own society. Most of the stories are about discovering self-identity as well as pushing the boundaries of their own capabilities. The jargon the characters use can be a little confusing at times, as well as the “science” behind the “halo brain” and what kinds of “powers” it gives everyone. But the characters in each series are always super compelling and drive the story forward in a way that makes me want to reread each story over and over again (and I have!).
-RIKDIK by shrimposaurus
One of the very few anthro comics I’m reading. This story is a parody on shounen manga stereotypes, except with deer people. It is very funny and incredibly well drawn. This comic should definitely be getting more attention than it is.
-Victory Fire by sulfurbunny
A Pokemon Mystery Dungeon fancomic. The story is interesting and the art is great, especially considering that it’s all drawn in MS Paint. The plot is enthralling and the characters all go through a lot of development throughout the journey. The page count is rather intimidating, however, exceeding 600 pages. But trust me when I say it’s worth the read.
-Alterity by Mewitti
Another Pokemon fancomic, this time a nuzlocke. Typical for a nuzlocke story, but the art is AMAZING. I’m super inspired by the way this artist draws animals and Pokemon. The characters are also very compelling and there’s a lot of development. I highly recommend this comic to all Pokemon fans.
-Horse Age by BUGHS-22
As one might guess from the title, this webcomic is about horses. However, this story takes place in prehistoric times with some fantasy elements. At least, that’s what I think. The herd is fleeing from a mysterious enemy called the Karza which has not been revealed yet. This comic is relatively new and I can’t say much about it yet. But the art is fantastic and I am very interested in seeing where the story goes.
-The Black Nightmare by 9tailsfoxyfoxy
Easily the darkest webcomic on this list, I just found this one today! It is a very mysterious story about cats and a gruesome prophecy. This comic is not Warriors-related, which I consider to be a plus side these days (there are WAY too many Warriors comics). The artwork is very good and despite the dark themes I find myself very interested in seeing what comes next.
-The Rabbit Hole by Detrah
This is an interesting one, given its simple artstyle but surprisingly complex story. This comic has a slight Watership Down feel to it, and not only because it’s about rabbits. The themes are dark but the story is super compelling and I’m dying to see where it goes.
-Wurr by Paperiapina
This is probably the oldest webcomic on this list. This story is about a small pack of mutant-like dogs forced to leave their home and travel an unknown territory where normal dogs would like to kill them. The comic is slow-going at times but the world building is fascinating and you learn something new in every page. The art is also extremely good.
Blade Under Mask by White-Mantis
Another anthro comic, this time with bugs. This story takes place in a fantasy federal era Japan inspired world where a maiko in the making struggles to set her career path while being haunted by terrifying hallucinations. This story has sexual themes but so far hasn’t gotten too detailed with it. The art is absolutely stunning and the characters are super colorful and compelling.
-Price of Life by BP-Basic
I almost forgot about this one. This is the only ML comic I’m currently reading (don’t ask why). This story follows the idea of Gabriel managing to capture the Ladybug and Cat Miraculous and bring back his wife, but at a grave cost. This comic has dark themes, but explores miraculous lore and theories, which I find super interesting. The art is also amazing.
Please note that this is not a complete list of all the webcomics I’m currently reading, but more just the ones I think deserve more readers. That said, I’m totally interested in recommendations from you, whether they be about animals or humans.
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