Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Favorite Webcomics|Top Ten Tuesday

Hosted by the lovelies over at The Broke and the Bookish! I love their amazing ideas and seeing how many people participate each week!

Today's Top Ten is:

"The Silver Eye is an action/adventure webcomic about a wealthy orphan and a vagrant king who have to unite to stop an out-of-control conqueror. The comic began in 2009 and had been plotted from start to finish."

"First it was meeting the ghost of a 1940s mathematician in the upstairs hallway, then it was finding a teenage werewolf in the bathtub. Now Oscar doesn't know what will show up next. Maybe that's okay, as long as nothing eats him.

Wilde Life is a supernatural adventure/horror series set in a small town in rural Oklahoma. It focuses on stories about creatures from Native American mythology as witnessed and documented by a journalist from Chicago, Illinois.

It launched on September 29th, 2014 and is written and illustrated by Pascalle Lepas."

"This is a story about the struggle for peace and the search for something precious that has been lost for over a thousand years. Six young people, with the help of the ancient weapons that chose them, must work together to solve a millennial mystery before they too become lost."

"Ava's Demon is about a girl named Ava and the demon haunting her."

"Everblue is a story about adventure, camaraderie, and exploration in a world with an uncertain fate.

In a world of endless ocean, a young shipwright named Luna meets an odd and cheerful drifter when he crashes his flying boat on her city's dock. When strange circumstances force Luna to leave her home, her once quiet life quickly takes a turn for the unpredictable. In an instant, she is swept up in an adventure that will take her beyond the bounds of the charted world and into the Everblue, following the path of an ancient legend with the potential to change the world forever."

"Miamaska began from a series of novellas Jeinu wrote from 2005-2009, inspired from a one-shot comic written in 2001. Originally, the first novella followed Trosce as the protagonist before the writer realized the more interesting story happened with Amity. The second and third novellas were primarily from her and Rila’s perspectives, with the fourth being from Loric’s. Overall, they’re rather awkwardly written and will probably never be released.

There was a brief period in which it was intended to be an animated web series before the creator realized that took like, way, way too much time and organized effort. Miamaska comprises about 2/5th of the entire series’ storyline."

"This is the bumpy love story of Cati Abbott, the typical spontaneous girl, and doctor Andreas Marino, the typical snobby gentleman. Together they are everything but typical."

"Nicholas Wheeler is just your everyday computer enthusiast, working hard to progress in a system built for him to fail. When a body snatching mask launches him into the center of a conspiracy that threatens the human race, he and his friends find they are the only ones who can stop it… But what exactly are they fighting for?"

"Crankrats is the story of Madelene Morely, a young woman who fled from her war-torn city as a young girl, leaving her life (and more) behind her. Returning to the city to sing for a living, she’s dropped into a dystopian nightmare with danger around every turn, from the bomb-laden airships in the sky to the toxic smog that floods the city floor and the rumors that an old threat, the Crankrats, aren't as dead as they seem. To make matters worse, her new colleagues are nuts, the barman is a jerk and she's being constantly judged by a moody mechanical cat. What could go wrong?"

"Mias and Elle is a weekly comic following the misadventures of the hapless and kidnapped (all she wanted was a holiday), Elle; the villainous, magical instigator of these deeds, Mias; His evil twin, Elias; and the benign, half man half Stag, Abernos.

A chain of dangerous and treacherous events are set in motion through the chaos of their encounters, and both Mias and Elle must learn to survive in a world unknown to them to get what they most desire. That's if they don't lose sight of what it is along the way..."

What books made your Top Ten?


  1. I'm going to have to look into Wilde Life! :)

    Lauren @ Always Me

    1. I wasn't sure of it at first. But after reading a couple of pages, I was completely hooked! I hope you enjoy it!

  2. I'm going to have to look into Crank Rats!! That one looks pretty awesome!

    1. Oh it is! Though the artwork isn't terrible, it does get better the further you read. Which is one thing that I love about webcomics, you get to see how much the artist improves. The story is fantastic!

  3. Nice list and new ones to me!!

    Here's a link to my TTT post for this week:

    1. Thank you! I really want to spread the news about these webcomics. They helped me overcome a difficult time in my life.

  4. Interesting take on the topic! I followed a web comic in college and it was cute, but very slow going. I don't even remember what it was now.

    1. I can completely agree. Most webcomics only update once a week or even once a month. I have limited myself to these webcomics, at least for the time being, just so I can keep each story straight.