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Fantasy Webcomics
aka: Notable Fantasy Webcomics
"Fantasy" here can mean anything from your typical sword-and-sorcery medieval story, to modern Urban Fantasy. These can be played completely straight, or parodied to heck and back.

We know that drawing the line between these and sci-fi can get a bit confusing, so just use your best judgment in deciding which category a given work should fall under. However, if it's a modern-day setting with only a few fantasy elements for humorous effect, then it's probably Embellished rather than fantasy.

See also Horror Webcomics for those which deal mainly with vampires / werewolves / zombies / evil (wizards / witches / warlocks / mages / necromancers / (whatever) / devils / demons / Eldritch Abominations / all of them together.
  • Two Masters
  • 5 Color Control is based in the Magic: The Gathering multiverse.
  • 6 Gun Mage is the Old West with mages.
  • 70-Seas : A fantasy comic about a pirate, a ninja, and a prophet's adventures on a planet made of islands that drift on the ocean's current.
  • 8-Bit Theater: A sprite-comic parody of the old Final Fantasy video games (though noted for being highly accessible even to those who've never played the series).
  • 9th Elsewhere: An animesque webcomic taking place almost completely within the mind of its main character, Carmen.
  • Academicon Ex Virtus
  • Action Time Buddies: A somewhat parody comic from the minds behind Antarctic Press comics, Gold Digger and Ninja High School.
  • The Abominable Charles Christopher: A mute and peaceful yeti embarks on a journey through grandiose landscapes in order to save his home from ambiguous, imminent doom. Occasionally gives glimpses of forest life to lighten the mood.
  • Absent Minded Theater: The tragically hilarious adventures of a little girl with one arm and no legs.
  • Accidental Centaurs: The adventures of two people from Earth who find themselves in another dimension and transformed into centaurs, and the djinn that's been assigned to guide and protect them.
  • Accursed Dragon: A lighthearted sword and sorcery adventure. When a man becomes cursed into the form of a dragon, he meets allies and enemies while enduring the quest to become human again.
  • Adorable Desolation: The story of a befuddled amnesiac shopclerk (a magical gift shop, that is) and the people who may or may not know his true identity.
  • The Adventures of Shan Shan: Shan Shan's ability to see and hear what others cannot has been a problem before, but now it seems to lead him into a whole new world.
  • Adventurers!: Webcomic that takes place inside a console RPG, and spoofs RPG tropes mercilessly. It eventually developed a real storyline without losing its humor. It's had its Grand Finale and no longer updates, but makes for a fun Archive Binge.
  • Adventurers Guild: A comic that follows the adventures of Klaus and his clan of adventurers as they receive missions from their local adventurers guild.
  • Aikonia: Serves as the prequel to an upcoming videogame of the same name. So far, the plot explores the intrigue, drama, and backstabbing of a council of mages, with hints of a darker evil to come.
  • Alfdis And Gunnora: Lesbian bearded lady dwarf star-crossed lovers in a high fantasy world.
  • Alice!: A webcomic about a very imaginative young girl and her down-to-earth best friend.
  • Alien Hand Syndrome: Animesque comic about two girls being recruited by an organization that deals with supernatural incidents.
  • All Roses Have Thorns: A webcomic about a vampire who captures a human and forces him to become a vampire to become his sex slave, and the troubling long term effects this ends up having on both of them.
  • A Lost Realm: A webcomic about two geniuses and their interns who accidentally open a portal into a world of magic sealed off eons ago. The magic users were not happy about this.
  • The Amazing Adventures Of Cat Prentis: There's more to Shakespeare's The Tempest then just simple entertainment, as Cat Prentis and her friends are about to find out.
  • The Ambassador: A webcomic about a normal teen who discovers he's the offspring of superheroes and acts accordingly. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Amilova:
  • Amya: A fantasy webcomic about a young man on the run who bumps into a mute girl he met years earlier.
  • Angband Tales From The Pit: Follows the adventures of Explorington III, a valiant @ in the ASCII dungeons of Angband. Bitter, cynical and just plain weird. And that's just the hero. A liking for, and knowledge of, the Roguelike genre of games comes in handy when reading this three-day-a-week strip.
  • Angel Moxie: A Yonkoma Affectionate Parody of the Magical Girl genre.
  • Annyseed: Anny discovers a magical world on her doorstep.
  • Archipelago: A well-illustrated story about a girl, a madman, the spirit in his head and many more weird friends as they race to stop the end of the world by a psychopathic pirate.
  • A Redtails Dream: The story of a boy, his dog, and their reluctant quest to correct the cosmic mishap of a young fox spirit.
  • Arthur, King of Time and Space: Multiple Alternate Universe versions of King Arthur, including the original legend, IN SPACE! and in the modern day.
  • The Artist And The Machine: Magical girl befriends robot sent to kill her. Fun, heroics and a black pug are to be expected.
  • Ashen Blade
  • A Tale Of Fiction: A story of unhumans' struggles against the discriminating, domineering DUF, using magique and unhuman abilities, and also of two guys who just happen to wander into the battle.
  • Atland: A weekly fantasy comic whose creator also designs digital typefaces.
  • Atomic Laundromat: The tale of one man and his robot in a world of superheroes.
  • Augustos: Cyborgs, cowboys, kobolds, gnomes, trolls, government conspiracies and super powers. Things are getting crazy!
  • Autumn Bay: Conspiranoid Urban Fantasy in a city where anything can happen
  • The Awakened: A fantasy/adventure/drama webcomic (with elements of comedy) about an insomniac teenager who discovers his nightmares have root in reality.
  • Avengelyne: An action hero comic in a christian universe.
  • Ball Point Junk: A newly hatched fantasy adventure about this kid named Peter who one day falls into an Alternate Universe and ends up in the middle of an interspecies war.
  • Banzai Girl: A story about high school student Jinky Coronado, who battles the Eldritch Abominations that are possessing her friends' parents.
  • Bardsworth: Mike Cosley is an Ordinary High-School Student who finds a portal to a fantasy world in his closet. He ends up going to college at the prestigious Bardsworth Academy to learn magic. Family-friendly.
  • Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth: A fantasy webcomic about a Heaven and Hell that is not cut out in black and white.
  • Beaches And Basilisks: A fantasy webcomic following the adventures of a journeyman chandler after his hometown is attacked by a necromancer with a giant robot.
  • The Beast Legion: A fantasy/adventure webcomic that follows the journey of prince to save his homeland, Lithopia from Evil by mastering the secret of the Guardian Beasts .
  • A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe
  • The Bend: "A comic vaguely about cannibalism." A comic about a geomancer named Leonard, his cannibal brother Hans and his partner Garrett, as they try to take down a brainwashing cult.
  • Benders And Brawlers: A screencap webcomic similar to DM of the Rings, except it's about Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • Between Two Worlds: A fantasy comic by Elanor Cooper and JJ Naas. While enjoying vacation on a remote island, a group of friends discover a portal to another world, starting an adventure across worlds and time.
  • Beyond Reality: The story of Orion, a college student who discovers he can open portals to other words, his sister Laura, and their new friend Ela as they try to get back home after he accidentally uses his powers the first time.
  • Beyond Temptation
  • Beyond the Canopy
  • Bibliography: A Shōnen style webcomic about a Badass Bookworm who learns that All Myths Are True.
  • Bird Boy: A boy stumbles into a magical land.
  • Biscuit: A slice-of-life in a vaguely-Edwardian fantasy universe.
  • The Black Brick Road Of OZ: a beautiful and bizarre reimagining of L. Frank Baum's books.
  • Black Cypher
  • Black Mud Puppy: Aztec god Xolotl is vanished into the body of a salamander for 400 years, then tasked to do good deeds for mortals in order to regain his godhood.
  • Black Rose, a Dark Fantasy / Steam Punk webcomic where two siblings get entangled in the conflict between an corrupt, industrialized society and a more rural territory where magic remains a dominant power.
  • Blade Bunny: A crazy assassin in ancient Japan with a bunnygirl motif and more than a little Obfuscating Stupidity.
  • ''Blindsprings: A young mysterious girl with a strange tattoo lives in the forest. Then she meets a boy who will change everything...
  • Boy Aurus
  • Brat-Halla: An interesting take on Norse Mythology, that involves various gods as grade-schoolers, goats that wear capes and fight crime, and a groundhog who eats people when he doesn't see his shadow.
  • Bruno the Bandit, comedic strip which is set in a basic "middle ages" fantasy setting, but still has vacuum cleaners, television (complete with every TV trope in the book) and cellphones.
  • The Burned: action-y comic about people with magic powers. Having magic powers here is not a good thing.
  • But I'm a Cat Person, a mostly average modern-day world except for the magical shapeshifting battle Mons running around, including the main characters' dog.
  • By The Book, Goblin, Kobold and Orc get sick of being beaten up by adventurers and become some themselves.
  • Cantrip The Magic Rabbit: A fantasy webcomic involving a mysterious new girl at school who was originally found in a creepy old house.
  • Cardboard Angel: Most teens have a crush a member of a Boy Band at some point, and would be devastated if said member died. Mayuko was distraught, and stole a cardboard cut out of her deceased crush and stuck it in her closet... when it promptly manifested as his ghost who Mayuko now needs to help with his unfinished business.
  • Carefree: Would discovering the true nature of spellcraft be humanity's downfall, just like the precursors warned? Or would it still be better than the tyranny of ignorance?
  • Carciphona with it's high fantasy setting.
  • Castle: A webcomic about a strange girl entering a castle from which no one has returned.
  • Catalyst: Lady Elei convinces the blind woman Kai and her brother to travel with her. The two siblings don't realize that she has her own dark agenda.
  • Catharsis: An Urban Fantasy about a young woman living with a dragon named Rremly, sentient dust bunnies and a sardonic squirrel named Baxter.
  • Cat Legend: A medieval/urban fantasy told largely in Flash Back.
  • Cat Nine: About a guy and his cat who receives a collar that allows her to transform to anything she likes like say, a Cat Girl or a tiger. Then things get out of hand...
  • Táin Bó Cúailnge: Iron Age Irish war story based on Celtic Mythology; Queen Medb of Connacht invades Ulster, opposed only by sixteen-year-old Cú Chulainn. Some magic, and a few gods make appearances.
  • City Face: The Mundane Made Awesome adventures of a pigeon, and sometimes fairies and a magpie, in Birmingham, England. A bonus comic to Gunnerkrigg Court.
  • City Under The Hill: A Fantasy webcomic about murder, corruption, and magical people living in a City separated from Earth by seven sages a very long time ago. Read mostly through the eyes of the Border Police Officers, the kindly hero Werewolf, the long-suffering Vampire, and the Deadpan Snarker mysterious kid.
  • Chainmail Bikini: A Gaming Webcomic by the creators of DM of the Rings that ended prematurely due to website failure. It follows the exploits of a group of gamers playing a fantasy tabletop RPG, alternating between in-universe and out-of-universe perspectives.
  • The Challenges of Zona: A webcomic by J.E. Draft, begun in 2005. It is a sequel to an earlier work, The Three Challenges of Zona. Despite the title, the viewpoint character is a second-rate busker called Mentl, who finds a Book Of Shadows and is transported to a fantasy world where he discovers both the love of the title character and the ability to cast magic through his music.
  • Chasing the Sunset: After his father goes missing the rather bishonen elf Leaf sets off on a quest to find him, accompanied by the fiery female warrior-elf Ayne; Myhrad the drageling (a small blue and orange dragon), who not only talks but is something of a Deadpan Snarker; and the pixie Feiht (not only "thief" spelled backwards but also pronounced "fate"), who is incredibly annoying but won't go away, and is sometimes useful, if only as a distraction. The story takes great delight in both celebrating and sending up fantasy tropes. It's also notable for having acquired the domain "fantasycomic.com".
  • Cheer: A spinoff of The Wotch featuring the misadventures of four former Jerk Jocks turned cheerleaders.
  • Cheshire Crossing: from the creator of Casey and Andy, featuring a League of Extraordinary Gentlemen-style group of Public Domain Characters (with the exception of Mary Poppins). Updates with one 25-page issue every few months.
  • CHEVALIER is a romantic fantasy adventure webcomic. It's about a blacksmith mouse with the heart of a hero living in a fantasy realm trying to fulfill his destiny. Here
  • Children Of Eldair: Three American girls are suddenly ripped from their lives and taken to the world of Eldair where they emerge from sacred pools, causing the local elves to think they're angels.
  • Chirault: The story of a young girl trying to regain her correct size, the demon hunter whose shoulder she sits on, and the theft of a device that can implode cities.
  • Chorus Of The Neverborn: Set in Exalted and exploring the Abyssals.
  • Chroma: Manga-style comic about a young girl named Amethyst and a journey to regain lost memories.
  • Chronicles of Loth: Fantasy Manga about a Half-Dragon girl's quest
  • City of Reality: The story of AV and Hawk, two new members of SUEPR (yes, the spelling is intentional), who take care of things in the titular Reality, a Stepford Suburbia full of Purity Personified StepfordSmilers smack dab in the Uncanny Valley.
  • Circumstances Of The Revenant Braves: The story of a young man named Kanzaki Kei and the trials and tribulations he faces after meeting a strange girl named Aoyama Fio. It is drawn in the style of anime and manga and employs a variety of tropes and staples from several anime genres, most notably romantic high-school comedy and shonen.
  • Clan of the Cats: an urban fantasy about a woman who transforms into a panther when she gets stressed.
  • Clockwork: a fantasy comic about a young artisan who is drawn into a world of political intrigue and illicit magic by the ambassador of an enemy country.
  • Clockworks: a steampunk/fantasy action/adventure that's also a RPG setting and a line of children's wear.
  • Closed Gate (hosted here): The adventures of a runaway slave in the empire known as the Union who tries to find out the truth about the colonization of his island and the disappearance of his father. He eventually discovers a dark secret behind the Union’s expansionism.
  • http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Webcomic/ColorBlind
  • Consequences of Choice: Two people who were never destined to meet cross paths and rewrite not only their own destinies but countless others. Now they must face off with justified evil, racial and social prejudice, hypocrisy and the consequences of their own choices.
  • Continuum: Surei, an immortal being maintaining the space-time continuum of her universe, is forced to leave a new-found friend in search of the cause of a mysterious disturbance in the timeline, causing her to question her priorities.
  • Corgi Quest: Anthropomorphic corgis go on a very silly reader-driven adventure in a dungeon according to Pathfinder rules. Despite the lighthearted shenanigans, it's clear that something bigger is going on.
  • Corner Alley 13: A tale of fantasy species trying to make it in the human world as immigrants, with a solid dose of humour.
  • Creative Release: An interactive story (readers can input data that the author reacts to in her writing). Contains a lot of apples a lot of reflection about what magic is about.
  • Crusader Amulet: A comic using Final Fantasy sprites detailing a Guild trying to overthrow the Crusader Kings and the Litch, while destroying the evil artifact known as the "Crusader Amulet", capable of making anyone betray anyone.
  • Cucumber Quest: A cutely-drawn SNES RPG tribute penned by Gigi Digi. Can the meek Cucumber stop Queen Cordelia from resurrecting the presumably nightmarish Nightmare Knight and taking over the world? Nobody's going to let him do otherwise, at least.
  • Culture Shock: A knight from 700 years in the past is magically sent to the present day to fight an evil witch. Values Dissonance and Hilarity Ensue.
  • "Cut Time"
  • Cwen's Quest: A humorous fantasy-adventure tale of daddy's little girl returning home with revenge on the mind after being exiled.
  • Daemon City: A cyberpunk fantasy about an amnesiac nonhuman girl living a world where her kind are experimented on.
  • Daily Grind: Urban talking animal action-adventure series inspired by 1930s old radio serials.
  • Damsels Don't Wear Glasses: Fantasy/action series about a girl named Lave Faraday who deals with apprehending paranormal nuisances and criminals.
  • Darken: "Why save the world when you can rule it?" This D&D adventure follows a band of villains instead of the genre's standard heroic fare.
  • Dark Wings: A nobleman's daughter must escort a powerful young dragon home through enemy territory.
  • Daryl And Susie
  • DDG: Gender Bender comic dealing with the trials and tribulations of the recently deceased Zip as s/he arrives in the afterlife.
  • The Dementia Of Magic: A mage/thief Brother-Sister Team.
  • Demon Aid: A girl who troubleshoots magical problems awakens a handful of a demon companion.
  • DEMONARCHY: Three loser demons attempt to accomplish everyday tasks while maintaining their jobs as workers of the Demon King.
  • Demon Eater: Saturno is a demon. Demons eat each other in order to grow. Saturno wants to be safe and live. Thus he'll become larger than anyone else so he stays safe.
  • Demon Fist: The story of a young man with three disembodied demons living in his arm, out to topple the Corrupt Church ruling the world and generally shake things up to the best of his considerable ability.
  • Demon Hunter Kain: Urban Fantasy comic about a girl named Zandalee, who turns out not to have been hallucinating all those monsters, and Kain, whose job it is to kill those monsters.
  • Demonology 101: An urban fantasy featuring a young demon raised by humans in an organization dedicated to fighting the forces of Hell on earth. Used to hold the distinction of being the longest completed comic online.
  • Demon Wings: A dark, yet cute, comic about a succubus named Leandra who realizes she wants to be nice. She has to find out if others are like her, and if not, where she can disappear to.
  • Deverish Also: A fantasy adventure about what happens when magic and technology collide.
  • Digger by Ursula Vernon: In a strange fantasy world, a wombat is unwittingly manipulated by dark magical forces into digging a portal between worlds. In her efforts to get home she makes strange friends and dangerous enemies, and helps discover a bizarre plot involving a grotesque cult and the corpse of their god... Comic Ended 03/17/2011.
  • Disenchanted: An Urban Fantasy set in an underground city filled with folkloric creatures. Described by its author as The Wire meets The Borrowers.
  • DM of the Rings: What if The Lord of the Rings had originated, not as a novel, but as a tabletop RPG campaign? A whole freaking lot of railroading would have ensued.
  • Dominic Deegan: Oracle For Hire: Long-running comic set in what seems to be a standard fantasy world, albeit one that skews fantasy convention. Dominic Deegan is about a seer named, well, Dominic Deegan, and his exploits with sorceress Luna Travoria. Has undergone Cerebus Syndrome, yet still retains a few funny strips every so often in the later story arcs.
  • Doodze: A tiny epic. Comic adventures of doodze in an imaginary world.
  • Dragon Ball Multiverse: A Fan Sequel of Dragon Ball Z with a multidimensional Tournament Arc.
  • The Dragon Doctors: A medical drama/Transformation Comic in a fantasy setting. The four main characters, a magical scientist, a shapeshifting wizard, a warrior surgeon and a shaman/therapist, all swap genders permanently in the first arc and continue to deal with this as they take on many unusual medical cases in their fantasy land.
  • Dragon Mail: The adventures of Seldron, the elf messenger, and Boltrin, the dwarf hero, in a world of fantasy and humor.
  • Dragon Mango: The "possibly funny" tale of Mango, a young Dragon Slayer who seeks to redeem her family's honour. At least, she would if they ever let her fight a dragon.
  • Dragon Tails: Eight dragons, two squirrels, a cat, a golem and a whole mess of robots do assorted hilarious things. Rendered in 3D with occasional hand-drawn art, its currently on hiatus with over 2000 comics in the archives, so indulge. In no way affiliated with the PBS show of the same name.
  • The Dreadful: A fantasy wild west setting following a demongirl gunslinger.
  • Dream Catcher: a typical girl can go into a fantasy world where she's not even human anymore.
  • The Dreamcatchers Masquerade: Kai and Vena, a somewhat odd pair of friends, have lived their entire lives feeling terribly out of place. After being apparently ripped from reality, they find themselves in an alternate world built on dreams...only to discover that this is in fact where they truly belong.
  • Dreamless: An American girl and a Japanese boy fall in love in the '40s by means of dreaming each others lives. Fantastic art, and much better than it sounds.
  • The Dreamland Chronicles: As a child, Alexander had adventures every night in Dreamland. College-bound Alexander thought they were just dreams until he suddenly returned to Dreamland and his friends there, and found it in need of a hero. Described as "if a Pixar movie was made into a webcomic," and is one of the few webcomics out there that is truly family-friendly.
  • Drowtales: A comic that was originally set in the Forgotten Realms, but is now in its own universe where there are various Drow races and a different universe backstory. Gorgeous art.
  • Dubious Company: A spoof comic of many common cliches and tropes
  • Dumm Comics
    • Frog Raccoon Strawberry: Follow a raccoon superhero who wears a frog suit and fights crime while having other odd adventures.
    • Harpy Gee: About an Elf who wanders into an odd kingdom and starts settling down there.
    • Skadi: Follows the adventures of a barbarian girl banished from her clan and her pet slave as they travel the land searching for any meat to eat.
    • Wicked Wickle: The title character believes himself the most evilest of goblins around but doesn't have much a rep around the land. Enter the spirit of a demon who agrees to make him this if he helps him out.
  • Dumnestors Heroes: A Deep-Immersion Gaming comic by the creator of Get Medieval.
  • Dungeon Damage: takes the fantasy elements of Dungeons & Dragons, and places them in an Alternate History Medieval Europe. Lots of historical and biological work shown, and the art slowly gets better. Sadly, now on indefinite hiatus, but good for an Archive Binge.
  • Dungeon Legacy: A story about an elf, Ersaor Stoneleaf, a Ranger from the area who helps the local people ward off the occasional monster that visits the area. You'll get to know him along with the other five characters in this series as the story continues.
  • Dungeons & Denizens: Follows the lives of D&D monsters who run a dungeon.
  • Earsfor Elves: The (mis)adventures of 16-year old Tanna of the wood elves. Includes such things as parties, court functions and warrior trials. And yes, ears.
  • Earthsong: A young woman named Willow awakens to find herself on a mystical world with no memories of her former life.
  • Edemia World: A land of odd situations and fantasy... but mostly odd situations. Tends towards Fetish Fuel.
  • Eldritch: An Urban Fantasy comic focusing on the strange events in the life of Faith, a lycanthrope trying to learn the ropes, and her pack of unusual friends.
  • Elf: the adventures of an elf and a wombat.
  • Elf Blood: A Science-Fantasy webcomic that tells the tale of a young girl dragged into a violent faction war, and discovering her own hidden heritage.
  • Elf Life: The Adventures of Baughb the Elf, an ancient, legendary hero, who is presumed to be dead. To everyones surprise, he resurfaces one day and, instead of being a noble hero, seemingly turns out to be weird and goofy character.
  • Elf Only Inn: Originally, the wacky hijinks of some misfits in a chat room. Reborn as a mildly interesting story inside an MMORPG.
  • Elijah And Azuu: An angel and a demon duel over souls balanced between heaven and hell.
  • Elven Lacryment: A monthly high fantasy Webcomic which details the life of ShadowWolf, an elven Anti-Hero with iffy views on right or wrong. After orcs attack her village she sets off on a quest to kill them all.
  • Endstone: Adventure in a Sword and Sorcery version of the United States of America.
  • End Of Infinity: A post-apocalyptic tale that alternates between the real world and the dream world of Phantasmagoria, which is no less real.
  • Epic Loads: A NSFW parody of Fantasy stories with a Hunky twist.
  • Erfworld: A fanatical, obsessed gamer geek gets magically summoned to another world to be the "Perfect Warlord" for a city that's losing a war, in a world that seems to be one giant TBS fantasy wargame. Erfworld began on the Giant in the Playground website, but has moved to its own site since completing Book 1.
  • The Errant Apprentice: Magical creatures return to the world in the '70s and a young man from Mississippi goes on a quest to become a knight with the company of his friends and the aid of a magic sword.
  • Errant Story: A High Fantasy Webcomic running since late 2002 with a light touch of Post Modernism, a sizable amount of self-referential humor, Genre Savvy characters, and quite a few Lampshaded, subverted, invoked, and roundly mocked tropes. It starts out following the adventures of a half-elven mage seeking ultimate arcane power, though as other main characters join up it quickly becomes evident that there is much more going on behind the scenes. The comic has been undergoing slow onset Cerebus Syndrome for some time (since at least early 2007), though it still retains many of its humorous elements.
  • Erstwhile: This was originally a print comic by Strawberry Comics. It tells fairy tales that aren't told quite as often as others—so you'll find "The Farmer's Clever Daughter" and "All-Fur" rather than "Beauty and the Beast" or "Cinderella".
  • Escape From Nevara: A tale about a spirit holding a contest drawing in individuals from everal different planes of existent to fight in a world made from dreams and memories. The main protagonists are a zombie and a vampire.. A few of the contested plots have sci-fi elements, but fantasy is still omnipresent.
  • Eternal Knights: Suicidal immortal Kathryn "Artemis" Kennedy finds reasons to live — and a way to die.
  • Even In Arcadia: Laelen is the new apprentice to a powerul type of mage called an Emerged. The Emerged are the immortal rulers of Nyam, an isolated country of Fae being encroached by new technological developments and a blooming industrial revolution. Every Emerged soul historically has passed from Fae to Fae, but Laelen is a foreigner, which causes strife wherever she goes.
  • Ever After: This isn't the same nursery rhymes and fairy tales we were told as kids. This comic takes a look at what happens to the characters that have to be placed inside the Everafter Maximum Security Asylum and Home for the Fantastically Traumatized so they can get better and keep the endings happily ever after and inhabitants tinkly winkly...or do they?
  • Ever Blue: Luna, a quiet young shipwright, has a bit of excitment in her life after her brother shoots down Ten's flying ship and she helps him repair it.
  • Everyday Abnormal: An Urban Fantasy action-crime comic featuring a global threat response agency trying to protect both the Masquerade and the civilians under threat by the supernatural.
  • Evil Life Of Plants: Three houseplants plot to conquer the world and overthrow their human masters from their windowsill.
  • Evus: Fearing his hometown will fall out of the sky, Wester Territ sets out to save it and winds up embroiled in the conflict between the nations in a world among the clouds.
  • Exiern: Sent to rescue a beautiful princess from an evil wizard, Heroic (and extremely misogynistic) Barbarian Typhan-Knee discovers life is a lot harder when the wizard knows a gender bending spell). A Conan-esque fantasy world with a comic twist.
  • Fafnir The Dragon: A webcomic about the dragon, Fafnir, and the people who summon him via a piece of his hoard. For Nine days and nine nights the dragon will obey their every command. How they use him is entirely up to them.
  • Fairy Dust: A modern world where fantasy races are real, and have to live together.
  • A Fairytale for the Demon Lord: A knight rescues a princess from the wicked demon lord who has kidnapped her. But things are not quite as they seem.
  • Falcon Twin: Mika Murakami is pulled from her Crapsack World into a fantasy realm that turns out to be just as bad.
  • FAMIB: A 2001-ongoing webcomic in an Alternate Universe.
  • Familiar Ground: Three familiars who have lost their humans, out to save the world.
  • Fan Dan Go: A psychadelic retropunk manga about magical knights.
  • Fan Fyria: A Cloud Cuckoolander imagines an anvil hitting her teacher's head. It does. Things snowball from there, leading to a strange world defined by creativity.
  • Fetch Quest: Saga of the Twelve Artifacts: From the creator of In Wilys Defense and Tales of Southtown, this is the story of a carefree, boisterous princess, her more conservative twin, and various other people in a world founded by the very same Goddesses who were once Angels of another world.
  • Fera: A Fantasy and Adventure comic with technology inspired by Steam Punk, as well as LGBT undertones.
  • Fey Winds: A ragtag group of adventurers searching for mystical relics... except their leader is a happy-go-lucky fox spirit and there's plenty of lampshading.
  • Final Enter: (manga-style) two worlds and someone wants to achieve the impossible.
  • Final Fantasy Excursions: A sprite comic starring three Sociopathic Heroes going on adventures alongside the cast of classic Final Fantasy games.
  • Finders Keepers: An Urban Fantasy Kitchen Sink starring an enigmatic "Finder" named Cardinal with a ton of titles and Cailyn, the mortal woman who now owns his soul. Oh, and some shadowy guys with top hats want it. Badly.
  • Firefly Cross: Focuses on Katyn, a thief who becomes the latest Keeper of the mystic sword Ra'grathon, and therefore is also the latest champion of the Light in its battle against the Dark. The reluctant Katyn is assisted by Ra'yl, a Guardian bound to the sword and the Keeper; Chaerius, a dragon who spends much of his time in the form of a black cat; and a supporting cast of fellow thieves (Lissibith, Tyson, Micah, Marian, Jerrome, Tara, Trey).
  • Fiyora Nya: Vampires, deities, and other things go to school in an Urban Fantasy world. And weird mutated animals appear.
  • Flaky Pastry: Three college students deal with everyday problems in a Low Fantasy Dungeons & Dragons-inspired world.
  • Flipside: A long-running webcomic about a nymphomaniac jester and her Lady of War lover.
  • Footloose: A young fey/human girl and her quest to master Kung Shoe, cope with first love and deal with bitchy magical girls in the world of Fey, where stories— sorry, "generics"— are physical laws and Primary Protagonist Syndrome is genetic.
  • The Forgotten Order : Follows the adventures of a magically inept witch and a cursed doll haunted by dreams.
  • The Fourth
  • Fox And Willow
  • The Fox Sister: A young woman hunts the Kumiho, that has taken the form of her sister.
  • Free Spirit: Platypus Comix showcases the exploits of Magical Nanny/Blithe Spirit Winnie Goodwin.
  • Friendship is Dragons: My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic meets Dungeons & Dragons. Found here. [1]
  • Furmentation: hosted here Hamster-centric webcomic focusing on misadventures including magic schools, submarines, demon invasions, and old school references. One-Third of the cast are magic practitioners.
  • Gaia: Ilias Oter passed the final exam of the Academy, had good job offers, and was only grumpy because he Did Not Get the Girl. Then someone slaughtered the faculty, and attacked the girl. Ilias' odyssey begins...
  • Garanos: After her fiancée was abducted by a raiding party, Garanos went out on a trip looking for him. Eventually, her trip led her to the Kaigan village, where she meets a young healer apprentice called Styx. But little did she knew, that she has a Superpowered Evil Side...
  • Geist Panik: Riley wakes up without remembering a year of your life, can see spirits, and has this weird unicorn tattoo on her butt... Only one thing to do; catch spirits and sell them on craigslist! Hilarity and violence ensue.
  • Gender Swapped: Two teenagers are hit by a magic beam and their genders get swapped (duh).
  • Generic Title: A Dungeons & Dragons campaign with real dice being thrown.
  • George the Dragon: A Dragon named George and his hysterical adventures. This is a weekly webcomic where George goes about trying to live his life as a dragon among humans. Hilarity Ensues. Family friendly without compromising humour.
  • The Girl From Hell City: A comic about a demon named Wendy and the world she lives in. Updates on Thursdays and Sundays.
  • Glorianna: A sword-for-hire wanders a post-apocalyptic world of magic and intrigue.
  • Goblins: Life Through Their Eyes: Dungeons & Dragons, though the D&D references are kept to a minimum, from the standpoint of members of a cannon-fodder goblin tribe, five of whom become Player Characters. Features incredible world-building (including quite a few whole-cloth, background creatures with detailed biologies) and characterization, particularly of the villains. Fairly gory, often late, but still recommended by some.
  • Goblins Of Razard: A high fantasy series following an alliance of an exiled prince & a beautiful rogue sorceress in fight for survival.
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  • The Gods Of Arr Kelaan: the few survivors of a spaceship crashed on a fantasy world discover they possess incredible powers and have been appointed the rightful gods of Arr Kelaan.
  • Gold Coin Comics: A comic that parodies RPG video games, specifically. Follows the RPG Mechanics Verse format. Features original characters as they travel through lands with the typical quirks/flaws of the RPG genre. Also sometimes features strips based on actual video games, such as Final Fantasy.
  • Golden Age Of Adventurers: Four veteran adventurers escape from the old folks' home. One newbie adventuress is sent to fetch them back. Hilarity Ensues.
  • The Good Witch
  • Gorgeous Princess Creamy Beamy is a parody of Magical Girl anime.
  • Gravston
  • Grayling is a story about a group of gods in the land of Faida and the problems they face in everyday life.
  • Grayscale
  • Greetings From Magical Los Angeles
  • Grim Tales is a "stick-figure-and-crayon webcomic about faerie tales".
  • Guilded Age: A new Fantasy Webcomic about a group of misfit heroes.
  • Gunnerkrigg Court: A Sci-Fi / Urban Fantasy hybrid set in a British boarding school resembling a massive industrial complex. As two girls, Antimony and Kat, investigate strange goings-on involving shadow creatures, robots, creepy classmates, and body-snatching demons, they find themselves in the middle of a larger mystery involving the school and their parents. And for that matter, Antimony is quite a mystery, herself.
  • Halflight: A drae magic student faces adventures and prejudice.
  • Hanna Is Not a Boy's Name: A snazzy little webcomic about a paranormal investigator and the zombie and vampire he hangs out with. Just ended recently.
  • Harkovast: A hand drawn and coloured fantasy webcomic. The races of Harkovast are embroiled in a bloody and bitter battle against The Nameless, a force made of literally faceless goons intent on destroying the rest of the world. While the races struggle to overcome deeply entrenched hatred of one another, a lone group set off in search of the Shogun, who may be the only hope they have. Also, it's a Furry comic.
  • Harry Potter Comics: From the author of Planescape Survival Guide, these chronicle the continuing adventures of Harry Potter... 19 years after the Battle of Hogwarts and Book 7.
  • Haru-Sari: The story starts when the terminally ill patient Delias becomes a patient of the Elf Doctor Chi-Min Huang, and who then is drawn into the web of intrigue surrounding the doctor. "Elves" are childlike (and potentially psychotic genetically altered humans with the ability to use magic.
  • Hazard's Wake: A fantasy webcomic drawn in an Animesque style that takes place in an Role-Playing Game / Eastern RPG world with a hell of a lot of characters.
  • Heartcore: Think Disgaea with a somewhat stable fourth wall, less level grinding, and more Fanservice, including more Gag Boobs.
  • Heavenly Nostrils: A 9-year-old girl and her unicorn friend. Started running on gocomics.com in April, 2012.
  • Heliothaumic: A long form, Steampunk / Fantasy Kitchen Sink webcomic, with moon vampires and refugees.
  • HellInc: Daily Long form comic following the erstwhile career path of Kevin the demon, son of a muzak composer. Kevin and his team are working for Scott, formerly known as Hades and now director of Lies at Hell Inc. Kevin is trying to keep his head above water among more experienced enemies but it will only get worse - it seems his boss wants his old job back.... Terry throws a curve ball
  • Hell Lost: Demons finally realize that Hell sucks and begin a Counter-Revolution against the Infernal Regime.
  • HERO: A fairly calm Slice of Life series at the beginning, which gradually segues into intense philosophy and adventure.
  • Hero Material: A Deconstructor Fleet adventure webcomic about six very different heroes, who have been chosen to save the world from sinking into Eternal Darkness. This is naturally done by going to the source of the problem, and that would be in Hell...
  • Hero Oh Hero: A reboot/remake of A Path To Greater Good, which so far focuses on an aristocrat looking for information on an amulet.
  • The Heroes Of Crash: Comic about superheroes in training.
  • The Heroes of Middlecenter: An adventure webcomic about four heroes who must save the land, heal the people, bring light back to Middlecenter, and BLOW STUFF UP! Um... blow... evil... stuff... up.... Alas, currently offline.
  • Hexenringe: A dimension-hopping fantasy comic that follows the adventures of Cadi, a comic background extra looking for her own adventure.
  • High School Changed Me: Sister setting to MSF High, a ghost haunting the a building is captured. However, instead of spending eternity in a small box, he ends up in MSF High, a school for future heroes.
  • History This comic features Andy Frogman - A warrior who has no memory of his past, and wants to discover his origins as he attempts to write his own future destiny; Queen Qeeko - A mortal girl who has been granted the immortal essence of Chaos, and struggles with the responsabillities of the new power; and Stephanos a Dark Knight in the service of a Demon Lord who has reign over a planet in the Physical Universe, which Qeeko attempts to recruit as her Herald.
  • Hitmen For Destiny: a modern-day woman finds a magic sword and hunts down whimsical, fantastical monsters in a variety of worlds; two assassins try very hard to ensure that the woman fulfills the numerous prophecies made of her.
  • Hi to Tsuki to Hoshi no Tama: three magical girls with Mons defend Earth from interdimensional invaders.
  • Holiday Wars: What happens when The Easter Bunny kills Santa Claus? WAR! Set 16 years after the war began, it's up to teenager Tegan Cassidy to stop The Bunny once and for all.
  • Holy Bibble: A parody of The Bible, running through all the books in order.
  • Holystone: Crime, political intrigue, and the people who perpetuate them both; set in a world where countries are ruled by gods.
  • Homestuck: At least insofar as "comic" is concerned. An epic-style The Game Plays You story starting right off with The End of the World as We Know It, parodying, subverting, and deconstructing many fantasy/videogame tropes along the way. Particularly notable for incorporating several-minute-long cinematic animations and flash mini-games from time to time, and generally exploring and pushing the medium's boundaries.
  • Hotblood!, a story with centaurs in The Wild West.
  • Hunter Black
  • Hurrocks Fardel: In the late twenty-first century, the creatures of legend returned from the world of dreams beginning a war that ended with humanity back in the dark ages. Centuries later, a dragon named Drake finds himself trapped in human form, his magic restricted by a seal on his hand. He is not the main character. The protagonist is Joan, a young girl with a blood red eye that lets her see things, who Drake kidnaps to help him find the seal's origins. The author quite definitely did the research on medieval times, among other subjects, and shows his work quite often.
  • Impure Blood: A half-human gladiator is taken from the arena to join a quest.
  • Inconvenient Destiny: Everything seems to happen conveniently or so we think?
  • Incubus Tales: An Incubus Shop Keeper Travels Between Worlds
  • Inverloch: Classic-style fantasy about a peaceful, inexperienced d'akor (a sort of man-dog creature) who helps an elven friend find out what happened to her childhood love, and winds up involved in an adventure well over his head.
  • Iothera: A Science Fantasy comic with a lot of magitek. Successor of Heliothaumic.
  • Irregular Webcomic!: This comic, written by Australian physicist David Morgan-Mar, is unique in that the artwork is composed of, not drawings, but LEGO mini-people and figurines from table-top role-playing game sets. Has several concurrently-running storylines, including "Fantasy", an RPG in a sword-and-sorcery fantasy setting. Bad puns and cerebral Techno Babble humor are the order of the day.
  • Irritability: Combines the fantastic with the realistic. Commonplace are things such as people taking "adventurer" as an actual career, HM Os requiring their clients to wear elemental damage rings to prevent damage from rockslides, giant octopi rampaging around college campasses yelling "ERROO!", and a boat made out of a giant hollowed out Cheeto.
  • Juathuur: Faevv, a member of a wandering tribe, tries to find her freedom in a world in which freedom is only apparent.
  • Judecca : A Shark man and a girl with a Glasgow Smile try to find some happiness in a gloomy island in the middle of a river in Hell.
  • Just Another Escape: A dreamy and intriguingly paced comic that chronicles the lives of the people living in Rain House, an exclusive dorm in a prestigious University. While the school itself seems normal enough, the characters seem to have a penchant for accidentally (or not) discovering the paranormal and supernatural.
  • Kagerou: The story of a young androgynous fellow who's been chosen to be the Champion of Gray World... but he probably just fell down the stairs at his mental hospital and hit his head. Full of Mind Screw and a magic sword.
  • Karin-dou 4koma: An Urban Fantasy comic mostly involving lesbian youkai.
  • Kaspall: A murder mystery set in a town full of portals linking to a plane made up of those stories which are widely thought about.
  • Kiss Wood: After his house is burnt down and being blinded, Sul wakes up (his eyes working) in an endless jungle where a mysterious girl gives him five rules to help him escape.
  • Kill Six Billion Demons: A woman's adventures through an Eldritch Location with an honor-driven being who is revealed to be an angel.
  • Knights Errant: A very well-drawn comic about Wilfrid and the Errant Knights, a mercenary group. So far it's been rather comedic, and a little slashy.
  • Knights Of Buena Vista: Disney works as roleplaying campaigns, starting with Frozen.
  • Konsei: A original Manga inspired comic. It takes place in japan during the 1600s following a 21 year old Kunoichi and her former gang members.
  • Krakow: chaotic Slice of Life comic, with demons.
  • Kukuburi: Nadia, a spunky scooter delivery girl, ends up in a surreal, dreamlike world where she appears to have an important role to play, although nobody tells her exactly what's going on.
  • Kyria: An RPG-inspired action/fantasy comic about a band of mercenaries and their adventures.
  • Large Bagel: A human sized bagel named Pinisu-chan and her friends protect the earth with their vaguely defined Magical Girl powers. An absurdist parody of magical girl animes and fanimes.
  • Latchkey Kingdom: Starts as a Zelda parody, quickly gets more unique.
  • Lavender Legend: Princess Lavender and her maid Felicia team up with retired knight Grengis to stop her father, King Meavian XIII. Also, Crossdressing.
  • Legend Of Bill: The adventures of Bill the Barbarian and Frank, his sidekick blue dragon
  • Legend Of Setar: Zara is a depressed Cat Girl. Trina is a Cat Girl of love and justice. They fight assassins.
  • Life And Death: The adventures of Bobby & Steve, the personifications of Life & Death.
  • Lint: A hilarious tongue-in-cheek webcomic that you really have to read for yourself. It has great storytelling and the characters evolve over the storyline. It has been completed.
  • The List: An assassin targets superheros.
  • Listening To 11975 Mhz: A very, very Dada Comic.
  • Locus: A comic about demons, necromancers, and destiny... with some sexy ladies and violence thrown in for good measure.
  • Looking for Group: When elven naif Cale'anon crosses paths with a bloodthirsty undead Warlock named Richard, a hot-headed Orc healer named Benny, and her long-suffering mentor, Krunch the minotaur, it's only the beginning of a sharp but affectionate parody of various fantasy and RPG tropes. Another comic from the guys who make Least I Could Do.
  • Lordsof Kaigande: The adventures of a professor in disgrace, a prince who needs to secure his succession and two police officers working in Kaigande's busiest district.
  • Lulu Cthulhu: A goth loner decides to vent his anger by summonning three Eldritch Abominations to loose on the world. They turn out to be Genki Girls with sugar fixations and Hilarity Ensues.
  • ''Lunargyros is a fantasy webcomic about werewolves. Moving to a new town with a new school is hard enough. For Kylie Larliath, it just got worse: her ex-boyfriend turns her into a werewolf just before she leaves. Now, faced with this new curse, Kylie struggles with keeping it a secret from her family, a judgmental school population, and only a few new friends to help. Worst of all, she soon finds herself at the center of a centuries-old plot for revenge... Now complete.
  • MADH Vinyl: Webcomic following four girls with magical/technological powers. A Photo Comic that uses ball-joined dolls.
  • Magick Chicks is an ongoing Urban Fantasy about a trio of witches posing as "Magic Cadets" at an all girl shool for monster hunters in training. As such, they have to keep their true identities secret... or else. Hilarity and drama ensues.
  • Magical Misfits: Set in the far future after magic has returned, turning some of humanity (and killing the rest) into mythological beings.
  • A Magical Roommate: As its name implies, this webcomic chronicles the adventures of wizard-in-training Aylia as she is forced to go to college and deal with insane mundanes. Simple art, but complex story.
  • Magiversity: Minna Galford is learning to use magic at the title institution.
  • Mahou Shounen Fight: A Magical Girl comic, with boys.
  • The Mansion of E: The titular structure is mysteriously perched on the side of a high cliff overlooking a Specific Ocean, and is surrounded by a ruin-strewn forest. Underneath is the "Basement", a collection of caverns and tunnels and such, going deep into the earth. The strip painstakingly details the activities of the Mansion/Forest/Basement's many and diverse inhabitants; including a few Humans, who technically own the entire place.
  • Material Girl: After teenage boy Noah snubs a beggar girl, his sister's wardrobe comes to life and starts dressing him up in her clothes against his will.
  • Meadowhawk: Dragons in an Urban Fantasy setting. Story revolves around dragons who are on average as old as a young adult human being, and who barely remember a time before the Internet. Dragon lore is the stuff of "I need to look that up", and wikis. Growing library of continuity and references inside the comic.
  • MeatShield: follow Dhur as he blunders his way into the history books.
  • The Meek: Innocent and mysterious young girl Angora is on a quest to judge a world on the brink of war, plague, and revolution. First chapter is NSFW.
  • Memoria Comic: A fantasy memoir comic. Updates every Saturday.
  • Metal Phone Mouse: A mismatched mercenary company try to uphold the Masquerade in a Fantasy Kitchen Sink world.
  • Metanoia: Star Tyrian, prostitute-turned-assassin, is looking for a way out of the business when he gets hired on by a crew of angels. Good ain't all it's cracked up to be.
  • Miamaska: Follows the story of a girl who wound up in another dimension while walking into a parking garage.
  • Midnight Hunters: Vampire hunting in Victorian London. Updates monthly and is absolutely delicious to read.
  • Minion: A comic fantasy about dark-witch-for-hire Meryl and her new minion, a Friendly Neighborhood Werewolf named Gin.
  • Minor Acts Of Heroism: A comic centered around the teleporter stepfather-stepson duo The Everywheres and The Gentleman, along with his ward, the Everywhere Kid fanboy, Sergio. Also features Atlaneans. Fairly new, updated often, and fully-colored. Updated often, and fully-colored.
  • minus.: Sweet, charming and fantastic comic about an omnipotent schoolgirl who can make whatever she imagines real. This should scare you. Completed.
  • The Mirror Of Souls [2]: A celtic tale of a fish-out-of-water and out of time.
  • Misguided Light: Repentant Nazi war criminal Albert Speer rises from the dead and informs a young couple that he has been appointed by God as their daughter's guardian angel. Not everyone believes he is an agent of God, and not everyone likes having an undead Nazi around.
  • Mixed Myth:
  • A Modest Destiny: Fairly classic epic fantasy leavened with just enough humor. Loves to parody and lampshade fantasy tropes.
  • Modest Medusa: A guy finds a small medusa in his closet. Starts out in cute, gag-a-day sort of style and morphs into a full out adventure. Also involves a chainsaw unicorn.
  • Molten Blade: They started out as everyday, average teenagers. That changed quickly when something happened in the park on the way home. In less than a day, three students who hadn't even known each other before that point joined together out of necessity...because around the time the incident occurred, some men showed up with a rather keen interest in the matter.
  • A Moment Of Peace: A post-apocalyptic romantic slice of life that also includes shy monsters and rather angsty gods.
  • Monsterful: Follow the lives of many teenage monsters and their families in a world where only monsters live. Full of Manga and Game references and lots of original humor. Also has an Extra side series (With the same characters of the main history) that it's chapters are solely based on answering questions asked by it's readers.
  • Monster Pulse: A group of children who each have a monster representing a part of their body. The monsters also function remotely as said body part.
  • Monster Soup: A zombie, vampire, ghost, mystic and werewolf are all sent to a castle as punishment for their crimes.
  • Morningto Moon: A one-armed swordswoman and her friends go on the adventure of their lives to fight giant bugs and save a country they didn't even know was in peril.
  • Mortal Half: A high-fantasy action adventure about a scarred young woman named Mirra, and her companions.
  • Mortifer [3]: Valentine Leftway is a vampire working for Sin Tec, a mercenary company. One day he is called in to work to discover that the leader of his squad, the always-smiling Magnificent Bastard Joey von Krause, has been secretly made the new head of the company. With his new position, Joey tells his team of his goal: to use his new resources to take over the world black market. One of the longest webcomics on Smack Jeeves (With over 1200 pages), with a lot of Wham Episodes.
  • MOTRO: The life journey of a hero, bound by fantasy conventions, but forever struggling to lead a normal life where he can be left alone with his family, loved and warmed. Somewhere along Conan the Barbarian, Mad Max, and The Busy World Of Richard Scarry, lies the story of MOTRO.
  • MSF High: The tale of a very special High School and all of its quirky students, faculty, and even the staff!
  • Muscleheart: A parody of Barbarians and Testosterone Poisoning using action figures.
  • ''MYth: A series that retells various Greek myths.
  • My Middle Name's Adventure: The adventures of a boy and his pet rock who set out to live grand adventures in a whimsical fantasy land. You name the main character.
  • My Roommate Is an Elf: Harold is a guy who shares an apartment with an elf. And one of his neighbors is a troll.
  • Mysteries Of The Arcana: A Tarot-themed multiple worlds fantasy action and romance comic.
  • Mystery Babylon: A Days of Future Past webcomic about a demon who really wants to set Lucifer free, but promised she wouldn't.
  • Mystic Revolution
  • Nahast: Lands of Strife: Swordmistress Derrexi Tzelan arrives in the city of Beldatz with orders to train a new cadre of an order of female fighters called "Hawk Maidens". Unfortunately, she manages to gain the attention of powerful and often hostile factions within the city in the process.
  • Namesake : The story of Emma Crewe, a woman who discovers she can visit other worlds. She finds out that these are places she already knows – fantasy and fairy lands made famous through the spoken word, literature and cinema.
  • Nami Warriors: The adventures of a band of mercenaries.
  • Nature of Nature's Art: a webcomic compilation of Zachary Braun's various unrelated stories set in the same Alternate Universe Earth and using an all feral cast. In this dimension, animals in the wild possess advanced brains, (attempt to) structure societies, and learn styles of almost super-powered martial arts taken directly from nature.
  • Necropolis: Warrior girl battles a wide variety of supernatural dead creatures.
  • Negative One: Each comic is narrated in first person by one of the main characters, initially alternating between two, but this number has since grown to five. Exactly what connects the two initial narrators still isn't clear. Due to the nature of the webcomic, each of these characters has their inner feelings (and, where possible, their backstory) explored in great detail.
  • Nexus: A girl is chosen by destiny to be given magical powers by a mysterious shop-owner.
  • Nil Points: some people go on an interdimensional adventure together.
  • Nimona: The story of a Punch Clock Black Knight and his Shapeshifter sidekick. Intermixes both Fantasy and Sci-Fi elements.
  • Nodwick: By Aaron Williams, the same author as PS238. Focuses on what can only be called a misadventuring group in a fantasy world based loosely on Dungeons & Dragons settings.
  • Ninmu Nanmu: In which the main character, Anarchy, gets a Gender Bender right off the bat due to a strange energy drink. Pretty soon, the comic dives into wizards, alchemy, and all sorts of other stuff.
  • No Need for Bushido, a comedy set in feudal Japan. It details the trials of a princess running away from home in order to escape an arranged marriage that might seal a peace pact between two warring clans. Drama and comedy is mixed with badass battles and fanservice in very wellrounded proportions.
  • The Noob: The adventures of Ohforf'sake (naming error at creation) in Clichequest, Valley of the Grind. Affectionate Parody of MMORPG tropes.
  • No Rest for the Wicked: A Massive Multiplayer Crossover between a number of Fairy Tales. The moon has been missing for a year, and Princess November goes searching for it so she can finally get a good night's sleep. Deadpan Snarker Puss in Boots and Ax-Crazy Little Red Riding Hood join her quest, for their own reasons.
  • Nosfera: A comic about a vampire dealing with the death and revilations about her husband, Bram. Is also a simi-parody of Castlevania.
  • No Dice
  • No Songs For The Dead: an urban fantasy comic, with resurrections, villains of varying levels of monstrosity, magical powers galore, and one complicated romance.
  • Nowhere University: Students at a school taught by characters from various works of fiction.
  • Paradox Space: A webcomic anthology that's a Homestuck Spin-Off.
  • Off-White is the story of a wolf pack's trek to reveal the destiny of the youngest pup.
  • Oglaf: A very, very NSFW gag-per-page comic. Mostly pokes fun at the medieval fantasy genre. And porn.
  • Olympic Dames: With great responsibility comes great power.
  • Olympus Overdrive: A hastily filled out online survey lands a young tech geek in a competition amongst the Greek pantheon for divine supremacy. Too bad that Zeus, the orchestrator of the event, is a total nitwit, and the rest of the gods aren't much better.
  • Omakii: The daily struggles of a magical girl living in a cramped house with a lustful vampire, a mad scientist and a perverted little critter.
  • One Piece Grand Line 3 Point 5: Inspired by DM of the Rings, Darths & Droids, and Benders And Brawlers. Same concept, except applied to One Piece this time.
  • One Question: The adventures, in the creator's own words, of a strange boy and a dragon who knows everything.
  • Order of Tales: The surreal quest of a young storyteller to find the ancient and powerful tale that can save the storytellers from extinction. A distant prequel to Rice Boy.
  • The Order of the Stick: A webcomic based on Dungeons & Dragons. Originally gag-a-day humor pastiching various Tabletop RPG tropes, it has evolved plot and characterization deep enough that even those who know little to nothing about D&D can enjoy it. Often breaks the Fourth Wall by having characters reference rules mechanics and story arcs. It has itself been the impetus for a number of other webcomics and artistic projects in similar styles.
    • Anti-Heroes: Heavily inspired by The Order of the Stick, anti-HEROES follows a group of unlikely protagonists in a fantasy world with Dungeons & Dragons rules as physical laws. The four main characters have sharp personalities and the comic's storyline is quite interesting containing many plot twists. Many lampshades get hung, too.
    • Avatar Battle Royale: A collaborative webcomic based on the Giant in the Playground forums, based on the style of the The Order of the Stick.
      • Remember: In a case of recursive influence, Remember is the backstory of a character from Avatar Battle Royale, which has gained significant success as one of the longest-running such fan comics (Started November 2007) and the first to acquire its own website separate from the Giant's base of operations.
    • Legendary: A stick figure spoof on adventure games inspired by The Order of the Stick. Unfortunately, it hasn't been updated since 2007.
    • Murphy's Law: Much like Order of the Stick; chronicles the adventures of paladin Lloyd Zephyr and his Ragtag Bunch of Misfits and is considered an Ensemble Darkhorse among The Order of the Stick-style webcomics by everyone, up to and including its own creator (as in, she's shocked that it became so popular). Also features a quite complex world.
    • Order of the Pinecone: Heavily inspired by The Order of the Stick, and set in the same world, this comic follows the story of the next generation.
    • The Way of the Metagamer: An The Order of the Stick-styled comic with a fairly complicated plot.
    • Evil Not Worth It: Yet another one of these.
    • Keychain of Creation: A comic in the style of The Order of the Stick, inspired by Exalted. Recently, Keychain of Creation's art style received an upgrade to a less stickfigure style that gives characters more realistic arms and legs. The reasons are both external (Art Evolution) and internal to the comic.
  • The Oswald Chronicles: Oswald, scribe gentlemouse, straddles the human world and the Fae world.
  • Otter Soldiers: A strange webcomic about fighting Santa's elves.
  • Our Little Adventure: A Dungeons & Dragons comic about a bard and her friends out to find pieces of a wish granting artifact as they struggle against forces of an evil empire.
  • Overlord Academy: An oboist accidentally transfers into a school for evil overlords.
  • Overlord of Ravenfell: A bubble-headed mama's boy wants to become the next great Evil Overlord.
  • The Overture: In exchange for his family's safety, Richard Olsen has given his soul to a heartless Demi. His only chance for freedom lies in letting her write a song about his life.
  • Panthera: Four schoolkids who turn into great cats and then use Elemental Powers.
  • Parasite Galaxy: A supernatural horror/fantasy about magical snake girl and a high school boy with a lot of anime references and some deconstructive parody.
  • Para-Ten: A webcomic with watercolor artwork depicting a girl's journey home through a semi-surreal tropical environment.
  • Patchwork And Lace: Two ladies- a flesh golem and a magician- hunting monsters.
  • Patchwork Heroes: A Sprite Comic about a band of unlikely heroes.
  • A Path To Greater Good: A sprite comic made by an individual who goes by the name of "Neorice". It uses completly original sprites and follows the adventures of three (thus far) unrelated characters; Burk, the hugely strong Idiot Hero (or maybe not...) who's on a non-specific quest for "justice"; Noah a the potentially magically gifted citizen with some serious ambitions and Tobi, a Gadgeteer Genius Action Girl and the strip's designated Chew Toy and The Woobie who has recently found herself homeless. The strip is currently following the characters along separate plotlines (alternating between them every so often).
  • Pawn: A fantasy webcomic following the adventures of a human girl named Ayanah and her demon partner Baalah, beginning with their first encounter and their escape from the crypt in which Baalah was contained.
  • Penny Blackfeather: A regencypunk adventure. 1812. Tired of sitting around and waiting for adventure to happen to her, Penny goes searching for it herself and discovers a world of pirates, ghosts, sorcerers and monsters.
  • Pet Projects: About a witch named Notle and her two troublemaking pets, Kaeley the cat, and Spike the beagle.
  • Pibgorn: The life of a fairy as she contends with an endless array of aliens, demons and rogue computer programs...with sex.
  • Picatrix: An unconventional magical girl manga. When Winnie Foster is cast into another world and informed of her position in a troupe of magical girls, she denies her own powers and instead runs away with the bad guy.
  • The Pigs Ear: A high-fantasy adventure comic with a twist. Instead of focusing on a band of adventurers while they...well...adventure, it focuses on a pub in a major adventuring hub town, and the way the staff, the regulars, and random adventurers passing through interact with one another.
  • Pink Black
  • Pinwheel Pawnshop: A group of private school student's lives take a turn for the bizarre and magical when they discover directions to the eponymous Pinwheel Pawnshop.
  • Planescape Metamorphosis: A young saurian hero travels to Sigil, the City of Doors, to find what happened to the storm god of his world. There he meets several allies and travels to other planes on a D&D-based tale of adventure and change.
  • Planescape Survival Guide: The lands of the the Universe, nay, the very Multiverse are threatened by a horrendous horror known only as the Nothing... Unfortunately, it seems defeating it is in the hands of an apple-crazed beholder, an articulate owl, and three hapless adventurers. Oh, and some clueless Primes.
  • Planes Of Eldlor: A High Fantasy adventure wherein the dragon guardians of Eldlor must enlist the aid of other races to prevent a demon army from invading.
  • Planeta Absurdo: In a world similar to ours, only with more magic, more technology and more stupidity, all heroes, super and epic, are always there to save the world. And to cause chaos and laugh, as well.
  • The Players Guide To SISU: Six players, one GM, their six characters and a quest to... oversee a wedding? No, there's got to be more to it than that...
  • Plume: A comic set in the Old West about a girl named Vesper Grey and her companion Corrick on a quest to recover her father's work.
  • Poharex: A High Fantasy tale about the adventures of a dinosaur in a prehistoric land. Contains both a webcomic series and a video game series.
  • Prague Race: an Urban Fantasy-ish comic. Gorgeous art. Updates kinda infrequent, sadly.
  • The Princess And The Giant: A silent fairy tale chronicling the adventures of a young princess and another, rather larger individual.
  • Princess Chroma: As darkness threatens to engulf all life, the universe cries out for a champion with a pure heart. But they'll have to settle for schoolgirl June Summer.
  • The Princess Planet: Space Opera meets the Fractured Fairy Tale.
  • Princess Princess: A webcomic about two princesses.
  • Prequel: An Interactive Fiction webcomic set in the Morrowind universe.
  • Prismatic Vodka
  • Prophecy Failed: A low-fantasy webcomic about a girl who can dream the future, her bodyguard, a bard, and her ex-bodyguard who got thrown out of the military after being declared medically insane.
  • Prophecy Of The Circle: A fantasy (with sci-fi elements) webcomic set in a world where two races, the tikedi and the tekk, hunt and kill each other ever since they came into contact. It follows a tikedi who, having lost his mother to a tekk attack, decides to observe and try to understand the tekk.
  • The Property Of Hate: A guy with a television head recruits a girl with no socks but nice boots to be a hero.
  • Pumpkin Flower: An Urban Fantasy tale about a boy and his ghost, and sometimes his brother.
  • Quest of Camelittle: Focuses on a group of four adventurers in a fantasy world with swords, magic, and monsters. All the characters are drawn as large cirle heads with trianglular bodies about the same size as the head.
  • Raised By Dwarves: Gay, gluttonous half-elf Horace, his ill-tempered adopted werewolf sister, Kossak, and the snarky dwarf who raised them, Brella Ironhammer, try to make a living in an Urban Fantasy version of the United States of America.
  • Raven Wolf
  • Red Moon Rising: A steampunk fantasy comic about a draft dodging mage whose brother forces her into the politics and intrigue of a rising rebellion against the magocracy.
  • Red Right Hand: An Urban Fantasy webcomic about faeries, duhallans, and one very sarcastic magician.
  • The Red Star: A Historical Fantasy about a parallel war between the United Republics of the Red Star and Al'istaan.
  • Reliquary: An acolyte is brought back from death as a superpowered "angel," and finds her life significantly altered.
  • Rice Boy: The surreal quest of an armless, legless cartoon character to reawaken the world. The story reads like Tolkien on hash resin, and looks like a cross between Robert Crumb and Dr. Seuss. Now finished, and followed by a distant prequels, Order of Tales and Vattu.
  • The Rifters: Strange portals are opening up all across a Schizo Tech world. A band of self-appointed heroes goes around closing them, which involves jumping into them and exploring the varying lands they lead to.
  • RiGBY the Barbarian
  • Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan: In a version of late 10th/early 11th-century Europe, a band of thieves have adventures involving wizards, witches, tyrants, faeries and mythical creatures of every description. Oh, and there's quite a bit of nudity as well. The world these characters inhabit is an astonishingly colorful, vibrant and varied one. It's a far cry from the rather drab view of medieval life that's sometimes depicted in fantasy.
  • Route148: A boy that doesn't believe in anything supernatural ends up at a haunted ranch.
  • Roscoe Scaggs: A less-than-impressive wizard and his elf sidekick.
  • Roza: The fantastic tale of a girl, a horse prince, a brigand mage, a wandering knight, a weird possum-thing, and a curse that brings them all together.
  • RPG World: A spoof on RPGs in general, with references to games like Final Fantasy and The Legend of Zelda. Starts off rather silly, but evolves into a strikingly good story. One editor read the entire archive in one night! Ended unfinished before the final battle, and the website was allowed to expire.
  • Rumors of War: Loads and Loads of Characters discuss philosophy and roam post-war Ancient Greece.
  • Rumplestilskin is a Fractured Fairy Tale of Rumpelstiltskin.
  • Runewriters: A deaf girl and her Shapeshifting friend go on an adventure after the latter screws up a spell.
  • Rusty and Co.: A group of three monsters attempt to become adventurers. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Saijiki Stories: A girl and her pumpkinhead find a glowing ball and set out on a quest to find out what it is.
  • Samurai Princess: A young princess who also happens to be a samurai searches for her stolen treasure with her new found friends, a wannabe ninja with a pet wolf and moe litte girl with a fish in her hair. One part magical girl, one part fantasy and one part adventure.
  • Satan And Me: A girl accidentally summons Satan with her period, forcing him to tend to her every command.
  • School of Mages: A young mage is sent to train with a great wizard after failing his exam.
  • Seasons: Claire must travel the world to get the four seasons to sign a scroll.
  • Seekers: Young Giselda the wingling sets out from her home to complete a quest allowing her to achieve adulthood. The only problem is, she has no intention of returning.
  • The Senkari: Immortal demon-slaying Action Girls attend high school.
  • Serpamia Flare: Kylie, a cool knight, and Cain, a hapless cleric, strike up a partnership to get through a monster-filled cave. This is only the start of a long journey together.
  • Sfeer Theory
  • Shadowbinders: Ordinary High-School Student Mia White finds a Ring of Power her grandfather left her. She's transported to an Alternate Universe where she meets Loveable Rogue mage Crimson Rhen and the crew of his Cool Airship, The True North.
  • Shadows Of Enchantment: A high fantasy comic about magic, loyalty and The Corruption. Better than it sounds.
  • Shameless: a young girl named Seven Shirokami, created by an unseen god with the power to "Create" things. She, along with six others in the same situation, are called Cosmos, and reside on the fictional planet of Origen, where they each create a "region" according to their primary element.
  • Shifter: A dimwitted teenager gains the power to turn into anything in existence.
  • Shinigami Death Punch: A weak shinigami gets pulled into a complex system of teams and rankings that is the Underworld, trying to finish missions among the rivalries and occasional shenanigans of the Underworld. Something of a comedy, too.
  • Sidequest Story: A fantasy-adventure with RPG-like elements, but with no dialogue and experimental pixely visuals.
  • The Silver Eye: The tale of a wealthy orphan and a vagrant king who must unite to stop an out-of-control conqueror.
  • Sinful: Hedonistic, low-ranking demon on the run from a debt in hell hides in a medieval/romanesque village while stuck in his powerless human disguise. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Sins: Follow the exploits of the human incarnations of the seven deadly sins.
  • Sister Claire: A dramatic comedy with art inspired by Junko Mizuno and the Powerpuff girls. A pregnant nun has to go on a kaleidescopic adventure to save her Messiah baby, and possibly the universe. Multiple religions, evil Cheshire cats and sexy blue business angels are also involved.
  • Skin Deep: An Urban Fantasy about an ordinary college student discovers a hidden society of mythological creatures, and that she is actually one herself.
  • Skullkickers: Swords-and-sorcery, action-adventure comedy about two Blood Knight mercenaries.
  • Sleep: A comic about dreams, princesses, object heads, and Stuff Blowing Up. Updates Tuesdays.
  • Slightly Damned: A comedic drama about all those pesky adventures that seem to crop up after you die. Updated twice weekly.
  • Slimy Thief: A fantasy/comedy comic about a elven thief whose body was merged with a slime and now gets fatter when she touches water.
  • Snarlbear: A fantasy comic about a girl who is sucked into the Rainbow Dimension and immediately sets out to become a kickass monster hunter.
  • Snow By Night: A tale of thieves in a Fantasy Counterpart Culture to 18th century Quebec.
  • Snowfall: A comic about the life of a Yersai named Lumi Foxtail.
  • Solstoria: An animesque webcomic about a girl who wants to become a knight.
  • Sombulus: A light fantasy adventure about a tinkerer who talks to machines, a demon-winged nomad and a paladin on a god-given mission to stop him, travelling the Myriad Worlds together and causing trouble.
  • Soul Symphony: A high school girl solves students' psychological problems by teleporting into their souls and defeating monsters using music-based magic. A small, floaty monster spirit follows her around.
  • So What? I'm Still a Monster
  • Spare Keys For Strange Doors: Incidents in the lives of two London specialists in the magical and supernatural.
  • Sparkling Generation Valkyrie Yuuki: Beings out of Norse myth are trying to destroy Tokyo. The only thing standing in their way is the Valkyrie, a chosen hero of the mortals. He just wants his manhood back. In case you couldn't tell, an Affectionate Parody of Magical Girl Anime.
  • The Specialists: An alternate-history world in which Nazis learned how to make ubermenschen.
  • Spiderwebs: Luke — now Luna — goes out looking for real magic and finds lot more than he bargained for.
  • Spiky-Haired Dragon, Worthless Knight: A webcomic that a webcomic about Vincent, a young knight with a family curse that prevents him from using weapons until he kills a dragon, and Spiky, a smart-aleck dragon hatchling who becomes his squire.
  • Spina Cage: It’s "Beauty and the Beast". If the eldest sister had instead been an older brother. Who decides he’d sooner punch a beast in the face than send off his little sister. Also it’s a space opera/buddy cop series. Except that last one.
  • Spinnerette: Grad student lab assistant Heather Brown gains four extra arms and Super Strength via a Freak Lab Accident and embarks on a new career as a superheroine. Any resemblence to any other superhero's origin story is strictly hilarious.
  • Squid Ninja: About a rogue ninja that can turn into a squid.
  • Stand Still Stay Silent: An underfunded, underqualified researched crew sets out to explore the Silent world, which was abandoned 90 years ago in the wake of a deadly illness and has been infested with mutated monsters ever since.
  • Starcrossed: Follow Santine Desmarais, an innocent acolyte of Ezra, Frederik Diavor, a sailor with some odd talents, and Marie Delacroix, a sharp-tongued alchemist, as they try to survive all that the stars have to throw at them. Set in the Ravenloft Campaign Setting.
  • Star Of Destiny: A wandering warrior returns to the one place he calls home and finds himself forced to stay to protect those he cares about.
  • Strawberry Death Cake: A superpowered heroine slice-and-dices demons, zombies and other monsters with a REEALLY BIG pair of scissors. Waffles not included.
  • Storm: Adventures of a naïve mage and her “bodyguard/tour guide/babysitter”.
  • Strays: A werewolf who can't talk finds himself stuck with an orphaned girl.
  • Stupid Snake: An odd, textless tale in an fantasy universe, which seems to have nothing to do with a snake, stupid or otherwise. Or does it?
  • Sugar Bits: The first original webcomic of Bleedman focusing on a Gingerbread soldier as he travels to a bleak world to save his princess.
  • Supermegatopia: Crushed: The Doomed Kitty Adventures: The adventures of Crushed and her band of merry (wo)men as they quest for experience points and phat lewt! (And die. A lot.)
  • Supernormal Step: A young woman with a murky past finds herself sucked into a parallel world of magic by a couple of idiots who don't know how to send her back.
  • Sweet and Sour Grapes: A teenage girl living in the jungle teams up with a centuries old ghost from an "ancient" civilization.
  • Tails Of Lanschilandia: The zany, cartoon-like adventures of Lanschi the duck and other Funny Animals in a semi-mediaeval Schizo Tech setting, where they confront monsters and an Evil Sorcerer. Involves some Steam Punk, but not as a main theme.
  • Tales of the Questor: A gripping and genuinely creative sword and sorcery strip, with a strong element of C. S. Lewis' Christian allegory style à la Narnia, about a young raccoon boy who lives his dream to be a Questor, an professional adventurer. Be warned, the publication schedule is highly erratic and the artist is not nearly as restrained in his biases in his other strips. If you want a preview, check out this video illustrating the strip's first major continuity, YouTube.
  • Tamuran: An epic fantasy telling the story of a prince, a rag tag team of travelers as they cross the world of Tamuran and beyond.
  • Thaumaturge
  • This Is the Worst Idea You've Ever Had!: Fantasy meets Science Fiction in a setting based off the modern world, except with elves, catgirls, vampires, and magic. Nicole is a recent college graduate and liquor store clerk with pyrokinetic powers, struggling to make ends meet and deal with the stress of being a young, nerdy elf in a sometimes-dangerous world.
  • Thistil Mistil Kistil: Undead viking on a quest.
  • Through Ravens And Songbirds: A dark fantasy about monsters and people trying to survive in a Crapsack World.
  • "Thunder Head": Lightning weilding foreigner and pal crash into a normal girl's life. Chaos ensues.
  • Thunderstruck: Wonderfully integrates magic, science, and religion in a modern setting. Tells the story of two sisters with recently discovered magical powers heading to New Orleans to learn about their origins. Gail is an athletic, katana-wielding Action Girl. Sharon is a lightning shooting former paraplegic.
  • Tower of God: Baam is dragged along by his friend, Rachel, to climb to the top of the titular tower to get out of their hellish world. Except now she's missing and he's staring at a monster; it's time to climb the tower.
  • Trial Of The Sun: Long ago, a Goddess united the world under the Anocuran flag, and encircled her territory with an impassable barrier. In the year 626, at the behest of their Goddess, Eliano and Khesar begin a journey through the treacherous and abomination-filled Wastes. The one who returns alive—if either return at all—will clear their family's name.
  • Trigger Star: It follows the exploits of Avocado Guacamole, who seeks revenge on the Evil Overlord Black Licorice for destroying his porn collection his home village. He assembles a team of adventurers to aid him on this quest, but runs into the problem of having neither the money to hire top notch mercenaries nor the charisma to attract higher level adventurers.
  • True Magic: Follows the adventures of five residents of Homeville, who for certain reasons have gotten rather adept at using such unlikely weapons as scythes and halberds as farm implements. With the villagers of Homeville constantly beleagured by nobles who come by to violently harass them, our heroes finally take it upon themselves to trek to the city of Hometropolis in an attempt to get the nobles to leave them alone.
  • True Villains: An antagonist-based webcomic about the bad guys.
  • Turbo Defiant Kimecan: An urban fantasy comic split between the mundane world and a world of the supernatural...
  • Twelve Dragons: A highly imaginative and extremely under-appreciated webcomic set in a well-thought-out high fantasy world. By turns funny, touching and violent. Read and enjoy.
  • Twice Blessed: In an alternate timeline of our world based on Dungeons & Dragons, an idiot Paladin and a deadly assassin who were supposed to kill each other now have to keep each other alive.
  • Twisted Mirrors: Set in a fantasy world where humans hold another species - the boetheri - as slaves, the series focuses on Nareth, a young nobleman who finds himself transferred into the body of a boetheri, Tren-an. Nareth must not only deal with his new life as a slave (supported by his boetheri servants Tai-ra and Jaith, who are unaware of the change in their master), but he must also try to thwart the plans Tren-an has in his original body.
  • Two Keys: An urbanfantasy/noir manga-style webcomic hosted on mangamagazine.net with great writing and great art. It follows Colin Aston, a disillusioned former Private Eye turned shitty diner owner who is secretly an Occult in a world were non-humans are illegal. When the AFIA, an organization that regulates his kind, shows up wanting his help to find one of it's members, he realizes he's gotten himself into something far deeper than he'd ever wanted to go again.
  • TwoKinds: With heavy anime and furry influences.
  • UC: A high school fantasy comic, about four friends trying to figure out the mystery behind the grey good invading their school and possessing their friends.
  • Underling: A fantasy/comedy comic strip about a human who finds himself in hot water. Ongoing, but sticks to its schedule rigidly.
  • Unicorn Jelly: A sci-fi/fantasy comic strip. It is completed. Starts out cute, but gets a little dark. Okay, it becomes extremely dark and creepy. If there is an atrocity a main character hasn't done, I can't think of it. Notable for exceptionally detailed and complex world-building.
  • Uncreation: An apocalyptic fantasy about an order of mutant knights charged with stopping the plague storms that are devouring the continent. Boasts detailed art and visceral action reminiscent of Seinen manga titles.
  • Unsounded: A webcomic that pairs the most obnoxious thief-girl with the coolest zombie-wizard. They're on a mission from the girl's crime boss father and are getting into all kinds of trouble along the way. The art and the writing are way too good to be free, not to mention the frequent updating.
  • Use Sword On Monster
  • The Vagrants In Arad
  • Vanadys: Tales Of A Fallen Goddess: A fallen goddess (with Cool Shades) and her ragtag group of sidekicks, travel around a split world where the magical and the mundane are separated by a near-uncrossable gap.
  • Van Von Hunter: A spoof of fantasy quests, with a happily Genre Blind protagonist and his amnesiac sidekick.
  • Vatican Assassins [4]: Demons, Catholicism and Ass-Kicking.
  • Vattu: Set in the same, surreal world as Rice Boy and Order of Tales about a child born into a tribe of nomad hunters.
  • Vibe
  • Visseria: The stories of two humans and two cavelings in the tense land of Tricorne.
  • Voldemorts Children: A Harry Potter fan webcomic that reimagines the series from a neurodiversity and social-justice perspective.
  • El Vosque: A police story in a fantasy setting.
  • Wake the Sleepers: A thief, a knight, an assassin in a fantasy world.
  • Walking On Broken Glass: A supernatural office dramedy romance about murder. A man with a horrible fate fights against it while he and his pack of werewolves tries to figure out why the monsters are invading their city.
  • The War Of Winds: An epic fantasy/sci-fi story that spans in total, about 3000 years. The current story featured by this site details the end of the war between the Four Winds, hence the title.
  • Warrior U: A fantasy/humour webcomic taking place in medieval England where its effeminate protagonist Finn (an author described spoiled brat and wannabe bard) is forced to attend "Warrior" classes before he can graduate as a bard. Hilarity Ensues.
  • The Water Phoenix King: On a world both like and unlike our own, the overthrow of a tyrannical deity has started a slow-motion apocalypse. Now, a motley group of heroes under the protection of a Trickster goddess contend with foes seeking the dead God Emperor's power in a struggle to avert disaster before it's too late...and pay the bills while they're at it. Rated M for occasional outbreaks of sometimes-wanton violence, strong language, nudity, sex and other things people object to but do anyway. Scary, funny, and updates M/W/F without fail.
  • Wayfarers Moon: A deadly half-elf archer finds herself assisting a naive young woman whose home has been wiped out, while power plays and conspiracies swirl around them.
  • Wayrift: An online manga-styled fantasy comic, based loosely off of the old skool SNES version of the RPG Final Fantasy IV. This comic has been ongoing for a decade and has over 1,000 pages of archived artwork!
  • Welcome to Hell: Kid Driven to Suicide is recruited by Mephistopheles to become a demon and drive others to suicide. The Power of Friendship steps in.
  • We Shadows
  • What Birds Know: Three teenage girls embark on a school outing that takes on a surreal twist.
  • What Do You Do: An elf's actions are controlled by user suggestions. Along the way he impersonates as an ambassador, kills a fairy, goes splat and takes a potion of level up put on steroids.
  • What's New? with Phil and Dixie
  • Whats Shakin: The adventures of Coffinshaker and friends.
  • Wereworld
  • When She Was Bad: A Villain Protagonist-centered superhero comic / magical girl deconstruction done right.
  • Widdershins:
  • Will Save World For Gold: A 4th Edition pixellated parody following a dysfunctional group of adventurers. Well, a dysfunctional elf and his adventurers anyway.
  • Winters In Lavelle
  • Witchprickers: A fantasy/humor webcomic taking place in medieval Germany where a witch and her familiar bat meet a pair of devils.
  • Within A Mile Of Home: A goblin thief finds himself a lot further away from the home he once knew...when he falls off of it.
  • Wizard School: A comic about a drunken jerk who gets substituted in as the Chosen One at a magical academy.
  • The Wotch: A teenage girl finds a magic flute which revealed to her that she is the latest in a series of extraordinarily powerful magic girls who appear once every generation. Gender Benders occur frequently.
  • Wooden Rose: A Victorian fairy tale about love, loss and betrayal, enchanted forests and ancient mythical beings.
  • WTF Comics: An Epic Fantasy Story that starts with a Young Girl going on a journey with a Grumpy Ikshar to find her Long Lost Father, then extends into a neverending fight with Unknown Evil Forces, a lot of Fun and Unspeakable Adventures. Delivered with a lot of Drama, Comedy and Crowning Moment Of Awesome. Based on the world of EverQuest.
  • Xenobiosis: A young girl haunted by nightmares and watched over by a cosmic being struggles to find her place amidst a world filled with supernatural beings and powers beyond her control. With some more-than-human friends and unimaginable powers, she struggles to find acceptance not only of herself, but of her species.
  • Xylia Tales: The graphic novel tale of a young British historian who discovers his connection with Azloe, the lost faerie realm, and Xylia, a beautiful faerie woman. Features good and bad faeires, sorcerors, and a sentient corgi.
  • Yamara: Group of adventurers hired by a church to fight monsters, at least initially, an AD&D comedy.
  • Yet Another Fantasy Gamer Comic: A daily fantasy comic following the lives and (mis)adventures of the D&D monsters of the Black Mountain, and their interactions with the rest of the world. As the comic went on, more and more characters got added to the cast, and now plenty of "good" humans and other characters living outside of Black Mountain get their own arcs as well.
  • Yuri the Gakidou: The exciting adventures of Yurika the Gakidou in a colourful Sci-Fi/fantasy world. With monsters!
  • Zelfia
  • Zero Effort: Swords, Sorcery and Magic Talking Kitties!
  • Zodiac Fun Times: Three mages and a monk begin their heroic quest in this Final Fantasy- inspired webcomic.
  • Zoophobia: A fantasy/humor comic about a neurotic young guidance counsellor who is inadvertedly thrust into a foreign world full of unbelievable creatures, unimaginable beasts, and colorfully zany characters. Oh, and did we mention that she also happens to have a severe case of zoophobia? Pages update daily.

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