What’s a gamer to do these days? A lot of the time, you’ll be left to decide for yourself if a game is worth your time, but in the end, you’ll have to make that decision yourself. But what if you could have someone else make your decision? The answer is simple: you ask a few friends/gamers and let them choose for you. That’s what we’ll do here. We’ll select four webcomics that we think deserve to be read by gamers and encourage you to do the same. Webcomics are an interesting way to fill a void in your daily monotony. Sure, you can read a story online or in a book, but nothing can beat the freedom of being a voyeur into someone else’s life. Webcomics are the staple of webcomic fans – they come in all shapes, sizes, and genres. Some are funny, others are dark, while others are simply surreal. But they are all entertaining and a great way to procrastinate. So here are 4 Great Webcomics To Read.
- The Dreamer by Lora Innes
The Dreamer is a serialized comic book series by Lora Innes, published by Dark Horse Comics. The story follows a troubled woman who has lost control of her life, is plagued by nightmares, and visits the dreams of others for assistance. During her dreams, however, she becomes increasingly aware of her ability to influence the dreams of others. One of the most popular and most anticipated comic books of 2014 is the “Adventure Time” spin-off series “The Dreamer.” The first issue of the series will come out on January 5th, 2015. The series is written by Lora Innes, who is well known in the comics community as the writer of “Adventure Time.” She is a writer who has also worked on “Adventure Time,” “Jake the Dad,” and “We Bare Bears.”
- The Strange Tales of Oscar Zahn by Tri Vuong
Tri Vuong’s ‘Oscar Zahn’ is a webcomic he started in 2007 and has been in constant production ever since. It is a story about a boy like us, also known as the Kid. It is filled with humor and just the right amount of weirdness. If you are new to webcomics, then here are a couple of recommendations for you that you should check out, The Strange Tales of Oscar Zahn and The Weeping Angels of Baker Street. Tri Vuong has established a pretty good portfolio with these 2 comic series.
- Rock and Riot by Chelsey Furedi
Rock and Riot launched on June 14th, 2015, and is a webcomic about a young girl named Jazz who is a rock star, her best friend and antagonist Nerf, their manager, and a slew of other colorful characters. Rock and Riot by Chelsey Furedi is a webcomic about the world of video gaming. It’s about video games, gamers, and the people who play them. It’s about the bad guys and the good guys, the hot chicks and the nerdy guys, the zombies, and the ghosts. It’s about everything except women.
- The Groom by Emily Carroll
The Groom, by Emily Carroll, is a short webcomic that details the life of a pregnant woman and her husband, who are preparing to have their first child. The comic itself is written in diary form, with each page telling a little story of the couple’s everyday life. Emily Carroll, known as “Emily Carroll” in comics, is an artist and writer whose work has centered around the macabre. Her work is often about the grotesque and the uncanny, drawn with a spare and formal line. Her first book, The Groom, was released in October of 2012. The story is about a groom who has been possessed by the spirit of his dead fiancée and is driven mad by his inner conflict.
Webcomics are a great way to kill time and learn about different cultures and different viewpoints. You will be introduced to new people, new ways of thinking, and new cultures. It’s a great way to keep your brain active and grow as a reader. Webcomics are an art form that has been around for over a decade but is still relatively unknown among the general public. They’re a great way to learn about the various genres of comics and also a fun way to pass the time. In fact, even if you’re not an avid reader of them, you’re sure to learn something new through their content.