Written and drawn by Nick Daniel, 70-Seas is the (mostly) lighthearted story of the adventures of Lewk of Azeramethonrel (not really from Azeramethonrel), Nikol Mimagi (AKA Mimagi Niku), and Serra Serif (Self proclaimed most badass pirate alive), as they travel around, suffering through an endless series of hijinks. Oh, and land moves. The world is well developed, the characters are witty and engaging, the story is enjoyable and fun, and the art is... interesting. Definitely worth a read. Found here.The comic concluded on June 28, 2013 and the author moved on to his next work, Latchkey Kingdom, an Affectionate Parody of The Legend of Zelda.Needs some Wiki Magic.This webcomic provides examples of:
Abnormal Ammo: The first chapter opens with church agents launching jellyfish at our heroes.
In Chapter IV, they use barnacles to grapple onto a ship.
The fifth chapter revolves around a giant squid fired from a cannon.
All There in the Manual: The author explained in the last page's comments what he couldn't properly explain in-story, such as Grin's origin or the Kings' boss.
Badass: Nikol, who can clobber a dozen full grown men by the time most people can have a conversation, Serra, who can take on an entire crew of other pirates and win easily. As for the other member of our Power Trio? Well, he's... Lewk.
In much the same vein, the Kings; Bludgeon King, Boomerang King, and Spaz. One of them is a killing machine. One of them is a child. The two overlap.
Badass Grandpa: Black Blood Blackadder is old and sick, yet still fearsome in a fight.
Bilingual Dialogue: In God Dog the titular hound is fully capable of understanding the common language of the more anthropomorphized characters, but needs a translator to have his language of grunts and growls understood by them.
Also, the wizards Hilde of Stykkisvik attempts to "smash" don't seem to have any actual magic. One is the Lagend equivalent of a mall Santa, and another's just a creepy snake handler (with a lot of snakes).
Fantastic Drug: The side-story "The Dive" has brain snails, that latch on people's head and make them high.
Fantasy Counterpart Culture: Several. Eto is Japan, the Sorse are a blend of Norse and Russian, Tarka is Rome and Greece, and Wetonet is England. Maybe. They have a very fancy flag, though. While Fra's government and majority culture resembles a blend of Imperial Britain and the Ottoman Empire, but is so multicultural that their capital resembles New York.
Hekk Hound: Large, intelligent (but incapable of speaking Inglish) hounds are worshipped as gods by one religion, and used as guards by others.
The Heretic: Lewk has dissident opinions on how to worship Lapak. And given how badly they want him silenced, his church is outright scared of him and his silver tongue. With good reason, if Crystal's reaction is typical.
Hidden Depths: There may actually be a reason behind Lewk's alleged heresy, as hinted at here.
Highly-Visible Ninja: The Mimagi clan wore bright yellow, and if Niku is a fair example of them they barely even bothered with discretion, just sheer strength of martial arts, presumably why there's so few left. Her relatives in the Miyomi clan (who wear pink) are more pragmatic.
Instant Awesome, Just Add Ninja: Yes, it's a webcomic about pirates. However, it became 1000% more interesting when a ninja appeared. And then more ninjas appear. And then wannabe ninjas appeared. The author likes ninjas, apparently.
Real Men Wear Pink: Wetonet's flag is pink with a unicorn on it, thanks to Lord Wet, a hulking knight who wore pink armor with unicorn sigils and mercilessly beat up and teabagged anyone who thought he was a sissy.
Similar Squad: Chapter V involves the gang running into another group of Fra privateers consisting of a quack doctor, a Scottish Highlander equivalent, and one of Serra's half-sisters (her old man really got around).
Short Con: Lewk has a fondness for the three-card monte.
Tomato Surprise: Used offensively in the side story, Lost and Found when a man in a stolen Toby Terrier costume convinces the Toby Town security guards that have surrounded him that he was a lost child who grew up in the park's lost and found, only to reveal that it was actually the park guards who had been raised in the lost and found and suppressed their memories of it.