Comics we know of:
I don't care about the story as long as she draws porn:
Feel free to recommend new webcomics not in the pastebin, MAKE DAMN SURE you include:
>Name of comic
>Link to it
>Whether or not it's NSFW
>Days it updates.
If you're not sure if a comic belongs here because maybe it's not LGBT enough, post it anyway. Just don't complain if it ends up in shit tier.
If you see something wrong in the pastebin, tell us about it and the Anon will fix it.
>no one is home
>guess I'll just let myself in
I know nobody gives a shit now, but back when Sterling was caught fucking his boytoy, Why did the other characters get mad at him for having his dick out? They're the ones who barged in.
Idolon artist in the hospital again. Kinda feel bad for her, I think is the second surgery they've had this year. I've never had surgery so I don't know the toll it takes.
Anyways she promises two pages this week still. (I sub to her patreon which is where she made the post)
all the main yuri comic artists seem to be suffering from bad health or bad accidents. Alien Hand Syndrome guy isn't doing too well, The Night Belongs to Us artist has an ear infection and hasn't updated for awhile, only ones left are Their Story. It's sad because these guys are the main webcomic artists I watch.
The Prince and The Swan
It just occurred to me, this is the first actual conversation of the main characters, in the middle of chapter 6
Guest comic of The House On The Cliff (main comic isn't gay but it's at http://onthecliffcomic.tumblr.com/). To make up for all the lesbian tier authors going MIA, I guess.
More nice slapstick at the end of this one. Plus a bonus butt:
This lesbian tier comic still going strong
Slipstitch is a BigHeteroDudebro who loves his obnoxious fat pink haired sjw girlfriend...
I just happen to wanna draw his big dong getting the business now and then.
Sorry I just want it very clear that Firebug is imprisoned, blind, dying, and hasnt gotten his dick wet in m o n t h s while his exes are out shopping. Because that's hilarious.
I mean, I can blow you if it makes you feel better
Again, as always, still not dead. She's just still swamped with kickstarter related stuff and packaging and sending off all the orders. Every few weeks she gives us an update on tumblr, and it hasn't been THAT long since the last page.
Everyone Hates Debate Club
> social anxiety edition
I mean, artistic representations of depression don't come off too serious if you initially have your character taking a selfie with his new demon hunk (literally how the comic started), I give you that. But I choose to look over that and Guy's roomate's cutting thing in loo of all the cozy/sexy demon boyfriend misadventures we got as well.
don't know shit about the artist, but I enjoyed the run while it lasted
Seriously? Is it a thing that autistic people decide to make online webcomics of gay stuff?
The only thing this comic doesn't do well is the page size, the only fucking thing. Are you reading that boneheaded guy?
Still I'm sensing conflicting emotion with Lee, he can't hurt a fucking door, I doubt he'll follow the idea of futura. I hope that kitten boy kept that device which deactivated that bitch.
I mean honestly the problem with webcomics is they only update one or two pages a week. Everything will feel slow in that context.
Like Young Protectors, that kid has been inside the debris tornado for like over a week now.
I know it's a slice of life comic, but is it too much to ask for something to actually happen?
Not true. It is an issue of the medium but one that has to be worked around. Unless your comic has other things to keep the reader occupied, you have to keep the pace up every page. ToY has nothing but what feels like tiny snippets of boring dialogue on top of decent art. See Gunnerkrigg, Octopus Pie, Blaster Nation etc. for pacing done correctly in a webcomic. Things actually happen every page so waiting that week or half a week is worth it.
It's hard to say. When you read the "well paced" webcomics in binges then they seem way too fast paced and the stories don't seem realistically paced or don't have timelines that feel real. I've seen a lot of comics do that. It depends on if you ever want your comic to go to print or not in the end. I guess in my head we are getting the pages for free so we don't have a lot of room to complain, I mostly binge read comics instead of reading week to week anyways and they are pretty well paced that way.
yup, everyone is gay
>3 to 6 dollars
Boo hoo. So expensive. Most of the porn comics are just side things to their regular, free comics. If you like them, it won't kill you to throw 3 bucks at them, especially when they'll be loosing money from everyone sharing it anyway.
> Implying I would ever pay money to read those, when I could spend my hard earned money on good porn instead
>The best you ever had
this comic doesn't even phase me anymore
Ah, I'm guessing you're new here. Not saying that like it's a bad thing mind! Blaster Nation has a meme where the name is given in a reply, mainly to satisfy me, after the poster made a mistake one time.
>only crippled female rapper
Why the fuck would they know anything about her when they are
>into rock, their entire fanbase and presumably interests are rock (at rock venues)
Not that guy, but if your "time and effort" is so valuable that you can't waste a single second checking which comic it is, as if it wasn't obvious from the thumbnail already, maybe you shouldn't be reading comics.
Avialae, where the wings on his back is just an excuse to get him shirtless
Always Human caught up with the old episodes, finally, and now here's something new
Can't Look Back, fake update followed by a real one (skipping the page with nothing on it)
Go figure. There is always some "fat acceptance" bullshit going on. I don't really like lesbo comics either, but thats just because I cant really relate or put myself in their position. But yeah, fuck the SJW shit.
I don't mind fat or brown or mixed ethnicity couples (I actually like mix ethinicities because the contrast looks really nice imo).
But it's also difficult to tell if webcomic creators are doing diversity because they actually are attracted to people like that or they're just doing it for the brownie points.
>i can't relate or put myself in their position
lel, implying that every twink in these comics don't act like women already.
>lel, implying that every twink in these comics don't act like women already.
I'm still amazed that Starfighter included the concept of switching roles during sex. Of all the comics to feature that, it was not the one I was expecting to do it first.
Webcomic artists are generally inexperienced and can't do everything well. So if they're lazy they will make up for not being able to illustrate action by just writing out. To be 'unique' and 'different' whereas making it apparent in the art would be more difficult but much more impressive.
although there might be some inspo, I think it's more a convergence of the same kind of artists.
Working alone, obsessed with the male form and pixar/modern anime styles creates the general character blank, and they both have the same "chicken scratch" line style cause neither put as much effort into line confidence as porportion. Even other comics like Hotblood have a somewhat similar approach.
> bitch bitch bitch whine moan whiiiiiiiiiine
and these faggots won't even post updates
have some Coyote
Shaderunners has 6 pages starting here:
Ross Campbell(i don't know if she changed her name because i no longer keep up with her stuff since she sucks now) has been doing lesbian/fatgirl/'alternative' girls stuff waaaay before she came out as trans(which I think she did last year or something).
I'm still mad how downhill she's gone with her art. It looks derpy as fuck these days. I picked up The Abandoned in 2008 and while it was a genetic zombie thing with lesbians, the art was a least fantastic and interesting.
i don't actually feel that strongly about it either way. I thought Cleo was rather ugly in the old stuff, but now she's a bit cuter if rather underage looking.
It's weird but (she goes by Sophia now) Campbell's artstyle is technically sound but stylistically weird and meh to me. So any minimal changes she makes with her style, I barely notice or care.
What the fuck is even going on on this comic?
No End has 4 pages, nearing the end of the flashback
start here: http://no-end.smackjeeves.com/comics/2215035/chapter-05-page-74/
> tfw third wheel
> overthinking every little thing edition
who doesn't invite in a guy you bring over? is this a finnish thing? do they hate each other that much?
no, his eyes aren't exploding, just a danish colliding with his face
it's those smooth fluid lines and curves with the art looking like the artist drew it in a minute with their eyes closed after having been trained in Intensive animation and anatomy class for 4 years.
Idolon artist just revealed cass, the main char, is Hispanic. Seems pretty not in your face though so I'm gonna stick with it. I had to stop reading Rock and Riot for this reason. Like yay for mixed couples but don just do it to earn cool points
yah, she announced it on Idolon's tumblr and in the comments section of the latest page. Something one can blaze through if you don't pay attention to anything but the comic itself.
As long as she doesn't make Cass go "I'm a strong and independent LATINA woman, so don't mess with me, amiga!"
Oh by the way on Idolon's patreon for two hot seconds there was a post showing that Benny bleached her hair and wears color contacts, her natural hair color and eyes were dark brown I think. I think the author said she wasn't meant to put that up until another part of the story happened and then deleted it. She did that with a spoiler heavy post on tumblr some time ago too. Get it together woman.
Do you actually like Star Trip? I stopped posting it cause it seemed like no one else was liking it, but I still keep up with it
A warning though, author went all revisionist with it, in the flashback scene that opens book 2 main character is short and pudgy.
desu no, i did not like Startrip. The main girl is way too terrible. I know, character development and all, but having to endure that for weeks and weeks on webcomic time schedule is torture.
That and I'm really sick of fat acceptance uggo dykes done for SJW points in webcomics. I can take diversity as long as the characters are hot.
cats and dogs fucking each other... mass hysteria!
Fruitloop and Mr. Downbeat updated
Oh hey, Autophobia updated. The style seems to have changed a bit.
I wonder how old the artist is. She said she like One Direction.
he always has filler between chapters
The Prince and The Swan
>tfw that also applies to me
i'm glad to see someone isn't blind here on /wcg/.
He's also got a stupid ass haircut. I remember one of the guest artists drew a strip "rock out with your cock out" and made Fritz look like a dweeb, which I thought was perfect.
shush you this was the best page of all time after all that DRAMA. also something something commentary about the difference between Annie's teenage overly dramatic point of view and the real world
Some of us like character designs that aren't cut and paste. There's literally no character like Fritz and that's why I like him. Also I tend to enjoy stylized art, and the author is really good with facial expressions
speak of shota train
Their Story with a double update
19 Days and Their Story download links just popped up in my feed as well
>Is agents of the realm good? I was actually going to start reading it and followed the author on Twitter but ended up not because I found her insufferable
Finally read all of it, which to me, was a struggle. The huge influence over Agents of the Realm is Sailor Moon, but honestly Sailor Moon does the magical girl bit better.
In Sailor Moon, every new sailor scout gets her own episode and you get to figure out her personality more and how their friendships mesh over time.
In Agents of the Realm, everyone suddenly runs into each other and instantly become friends as well as instantly knowing what to do with their powers and mission and there's no time for the audience to adjust.
If you ask me, it's badly paced, and most of the characters are defined by a single personality trait. I read the comic with no idea what the bigger picture was at all. There's a mountain, there was a power gem at the top, people fought for it And then people got split, so there's the normies in the real world, and the magical folks in the other world. Split right down the middle.
And all of this told in exposition. There's a couple plot holes in the story like, why does Norah and friends instantly trust the strange mysterious women who yell at them to kill monsters? Just wtf is going on in this story.
good points is that the art style is fluid and nice. One of the few artists that can actually draw black people with the features.
Unfortunately the same face syndrome that plagues every other fucking artist sort of sneaks in to Agents of the Realm too since most brown ladies have black hair and brown eyes combo.
Interesting thing is that the artist gives different colors to the characters speech, so I'll give her that.
It's got several other flaws but this post is getting too long. It's okay, but I'm not that interested in a magical girl love note with a story that's got serious issues running amuck.
What has artist ever done or drawn that would give you that idea
This Is Not Fiction
Is it just me or did the bump limit get raised?
> Hey remember when they were shopping for clothes earlier? That was fun.
Pretty standard as far as superhero comics go, though
>automatically gets on a bottoming submissive position