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Fantastic Four Face Off With Frightful Four, and More! (Spoilers)

I gotta say— I'm thoroughly enjoying this new storyline from the creative team of James Robinson and Leonard Kirk. It's cracking good work. The last few issues have included some grim narration set at a future date. That seems to have been abandoned, or at least put aside, for now. I'm all for it. With issue #4, the…

Saturday Webcomic: Mother Ship Blues chronicles the last days of a living spaceship on the brink of death

For Jo and Mat, their whole world is their space ship, a great, living creature that swims through space. While their astronaut overlords do god knows what up in the control room, it's Jo and Mat's job to clean and care for the ship. But in the isolation of space, Jo makes an unexpected friend, one that threatens to…

Saturday Webcomic: Hemlock is the tale of a woodland witch and the monstrous husband she must routinely poison

When Tristan was a little boy, he saw a witch in the woods, an ancient, wild thing who lives in the shell of a giant snail an casts powerful spells from spit and blood. He forgets about the encounter until one day, as a grown man, he falls from his horse, cracking open his skull and awakening to a life very different…

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Webcomic Pang, the Wandering Shaolin Monk kicks kung fu and comedy into the aftermath of the Ming Dynasty

Shi Long Pang is an unlikely Shaolin monk, and if he's not careful, he's going to be a dead Shaolin monk. After escaping the burning of his temple, this pudgy little holy man is wandering Yunnan province looking for the lost members of his order. But he'll have to make sure the Qing Emperor's bannermen don't find him…

A group of alien strangers — and one little girl — are marooned on a deserted world in the webcomic Red's Planet

Alien abduction isn't always a nefarious affair. Sometimes aliens kidnap humans not to experiment on them or keep them in zoos but completely by accident, making humans mere collateral plunder of alien thieves. That is how Red, the orphaned human protagonist of Eddie Pittman's webcomic Red's Planet begins her journey…

Webcomic Widdershins is home to treasure hunters, magical kleptomaniacs, and spells gone very awry

The industrial revolution is upon us. In many of England's cities, machines are replacing magic as the primary tool of convenience. But in the city of Widdershins, magic is still in great supply. And it's a very strange place for a seer of spirits, a pipe smoking female treasure hunter, and a stage magician afflicted…