• 0 Apr 6th, 2018 at 1:01AM
    I started reading a comic a long while back where the people where the main character lived had wings. I think they got their wings from the temple of their goddess and the main character didn't have wings because she(I think it was a she?) had a father from a different race. I think she was controlled by her father to try and get wings somehow. I've been trying to find it for ages with little sucess. Reply
  • 2 Mar 28th, 2018 at 12:12AM
    Lastest Reply: 1st Apr, 2018 02:28:25 PM
    I have a vague memory of a webcomic about a world where babies are born without genders and develop them later. The main character was a teenager who never developed a gender but their childhood friends, one male and one female, both end up falling for them. I remember it starting with the characters mother reading a book about how kids grow into their gender and commenting to her husband that there’s a problem with their child. Reply
  • 0 Feb 10th, 2018 at 9:09PM
    So the manga starts off with two guys in high school who are friends. They both fall in love and start dating. But one of the guys parents want to meet the person who they are dating so they enlist a female friend to help out and pretend they are dating. So when they are over at his parents house they experiment and have sex with each other. She gets pregnant and the other guy moves away. Years pass and the guy and girl are married and have a kid. The girl dies of cancer. So now the guy is walking and gets in trouble with some shady characters but is saved by a crossdresser who ends up being his ex. He drops his wallet which is picked up by his ex and they start getting close again. PS the kid was a boy I believe and Please help this has been bothering me for years!!!! Reply
  • 0 Jan 20th, 2018 at 9:09AM
    There was this cartoony webcomic that took the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen concept and applied it to classic animal characters. The plot involves a vixen (who is a decenent of Reynard) asked to join a team to stop an evil mastermind. From what I can remember, the team members included Mr. Toad and Anansi. Reply
  • 3 Jan 16th, 2018 at 5:05PM
    Lastest Reply: 18th Jan, 2018 06:12:58 PM
    (Not El Goonish Shive) A lady got transformed into a guy. Someone who knew what happened asked the transformed character, "What's it like having male genitalia?" and the first comparison drawn was "It's like having a little dog that barks at everything." Reply

      Bump: I've only seen that one page of the webcomic with the question and answer, so I don't know anything else about the plot. I'm pretty sure the webcomic page is linked and listed as an example of some TV Trope somewhere, but the first trope I checked was Gender Bender and it's not listed as an example there.

      The Man, I Feel Like a Woman page has a quote from It's Walky! which looks like the one you're after. The comic's search function finds the specific strip, I think.

      Interesting, so the webcomic I'm thinking of isn't the only one to draw that comparison. The webcomic I'm thinking of was in color, the panels were arranged vertically, and the characters definitely didn't have a Suggestive Collision right before the question. (And before anybody asks, no I didn't forget the Suggestive Collision, and no I wasn't looking at the same page on a different monitor in a different format.)

      On the other hand, this page is arguably funnier because of the Suggestive Collision, and I specifically wanted to show somebody this gag. Mission accomplished anyway, thanks for your help!

  • 1 Jun 4th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 6th Dec, 2017 03:54:13 PM
    As the title says, I've recently remembered parts of a web comic I'd read as every update happened. Hopefully someone else might be able to answer what it is/was(if it was removed). The basics of the story would revolve around some new potion a mysterious company had produced or that had some connections to the company being sold to people, one case was a love potion that men ended up buying so that the women they wanted would love them, until the most desired loved everyone. A second example being the superhero potion, it caused extreme rage, and bestowed powers on the users, the heroes formed a league to balance out the villains, who grew tired off being relentlessly beaten up so they quit. Hopefully someone can decipher what I wrote to help answer the question of which web comic it is/was. Reply

      i think i know what you're talking about, but i cant remember the name either. I think it was something like superheroes inc, but google didn't turn up the results i was looking for. Was it mostly in sepia?
  • 0 Nov 30th, 2017 at 7:07PM
    There's a web comic I'm looking for which:
    • it is mostly just fight scenes with little dialogue or character
    • it is written by a martial artist who has a distinct distaste in unrealistic fight scenes. He hated anime in particular.
    • the comic is also very heavy on commentary on martial arts in fiction
      • he once wrote an article that superheroes only know a handful of moves
      • he wrote an article on how you can't write a good fight scene; you have to show it (he dismisses fight scenes in novels)
      • he wrote about The Matrix positively
    • I think one fight was called The Encounter
    • he analyzed a panel from an Electra comic
    • another strip talked about how a certain one-armed throwing move doesn't have enough leverage in real life.
    • another lamented on how characters will be world class martial artists but in reality only seem to know a handful of moves.

  • 1 Nov 19th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Nov, 2017 05:49:52 AM
    This was a webcomic I thought looked interesting and planned to read later but I guess I never bookmarked it. I remember only a few things about it. The main character, or a least point of view character was this blonde woman who seemed to be some sort of law enforcement. And we're introduced to her hooking up with some guy in a car. I think he might also be a cop, later he's revealed to be her foster brother,and his older biological brother disapproves of that relationship.

    There is a super hero/costumed vigilante type who is maybe the actual protagonist. Blonde lady is a fan of her and I think has posters of her in her house and stuff. They meet pretty early into the comic, maybe the superhero saves her life and I think she's met to be her love interest. The super hero lady, the blonde cop and the two brothers I think are all on different sides and that drives some of the conflict.

    Does anyone know what this is? Reply
  • 1 Nov 2nd, 2017 at 10:10PM
    Lastest Reply: 8th Nov, 2017 06:27:20 AM
    I remember reading an Undertale Webcomic that featured a part where Mettaton plagerized some of Napstablook's and Shyren's songs, but I can't remember the name of it. Can someone help me with it? Reply
  • 2 Oct 30th, 2017 at 3:03PM
    Lastest Reply: 30th Oct, 2017 04:55:42 PM
    I'm having trouble remembering the name of a webcomic I fell off on reading due to impatience in waiting for each page.

    It's about some guy that gets shot or dies some other way and becomes a zombie. The comic is mainly about his relationship with his fiancée and him facing discrimination by society due the unexpected feral-ness of zombies. Also, the zombie's have blue skin.

    I think the comic was on the group Hiveworks, but I checked and I had trouble finding it. Reply
  • 0 Oct 27th, 2017 at 6:06AM
    There was a webcomic I read ages ago about a boy who basically ‘dies’ and then wakes up in class as a kid again with all knowledge from the time he died. He starts off as one of the weakest in his class but with his knowledge uses it to train and get stronger. His class and the higher tier kids look down on him and he makes a bet with his teacher that if he can get up to a certain tier then she has to quit teaching them and he also takes on teaching a purple haired girl and a couple of other kids.

    They all go up in levels with ease after the training.

    Part of what he remembers is alchemy and so he sells potions and stuff that help with levelling up to the alchemy association that start looking out for him and paying him and stuff.

    And he’s a kid at this time and he gets stronger quite quickly

    And the purple haired girl he has a crush on may end up with some kind of moon sickness/poisoning from training at night and so he gets her to stop and rest and helps with the training and stuff

    Because they’re all told it’s nigh impossible to move high up unless you’re born with that ranks powers

    But he proves them wrong

    And I can't remember the name of this webcomic at all, please help? Reply
  • 4 Oct 11th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 18th Oct, 2017 06:08:28 PM
    There was a tv show that was on in the late 90s really early on in the morning, I wanna say like 5 or 6 just before Tribe on channel 5 began but I'm not sure if it is the same channel. I'm pretty sure the cat was ginger and partner for the show was a young boy that owned him. I think the title sequence referenced something about him being as round as the world and him eating everything, needless to say this is really bugging me and anyone who knows what the heck I'm talking about please help me out, it's been tormenting me for years And it's not Garfield or any of the usual others, I'm not sure there were many episodes so maybe it's really obscure. The main thing I remember is that this cat was almost drawn literally round Reply

      I swear is was called Fat Cat or somethng along those lines, if not the title it was on the title sequence intro theme, but I can't find anything to that name that fits

      I'm not familiar with any cartoons about a well-rounded fat cat, so just incase your memories are mixed up: Fat Dog Mendoza is about a dog just like the cat described in this query, and some people on YouTube have mentioned it aired quite early in the day. That aired on Cartoon Network, though (in the UK, at least; I'm not sure where you live or if Fat Dog aired outside of the UK).

      Unfortunately, I can only think of a few "close guesses".

      The closest thing I can find to your description in plot terms would be Heathcliff. It's a bit older than the timeframe but I suppose it's possible it could have been repeated early in the morning during that period. Heathcliff wasn't that round though looked rounder from certain angles.

      Old Tom was fairly round and from the right time period though had a female owner.

      Eek from "Eek! The Cat" fulfils the shape requirements better but is the wrong colour and I don't recall having a young boy owner.

      There was a character called Fat Cat on Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers but that doesn't appear to fit your requirements so I imagine is just a coincidence.

      Thank you both so much for helping! Spark Plug The Troper yes it is that exact show!!, my days of torture are over I was thinking cat all these years and it was just a hideous dog, I mean dog. But gheeze I don't remember it looking so terrifying.. Anyway thankkk youuuu!!!!
  • 3 Oct 2nd, 2017 at 2:02AM
    Lastest Reply: 11th Oct, 2017 04:39:45 AM
    I found the webcomic a while ago and it seems to have disappeared from Tvtropes since. I only know the plot of the beginning: the protagonist is whisked away to the space with a strange human looking alien who claims he made a prophecy concerning him. The guy went with him to a space station, only to find out the prophet is actually from a race of prophets who are mostly made extinct because they have the ability to make prophecies on a whim, and they inconveniently come true, which the people involved understandably hate. The poor guy can't find the way back because he lost his voice because he literally became a voiceless protagonist and no one can understand his writing. So, anyone know the webcomic I am describing? I'd pretty much like to see where it was all going. Thanks! Reply


      Gentle bump...

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  • 0 Sep 11th, 2017 at 12:12AM
    A webcomic where the protagonist is an android boy that works on coal. Has dark skin. There's a smoke pipe that comes out his back. He travels with a big guy who was wrongfully accused and seperated from his daughter.

    It was colored. Had a cartoony visual style. Probably wasn't Japanese or American, but I might be wrong on this. Reply
  • 0 Aug 13th, 2017 at 8:08PM
    Man rescued from a drifting by a pair blue skinned, yellow freckled alien sisters. I believe humans are suppose to be extinct, hes at least the 'Token Human' of the comic through what I've read

    The later get find a furry (cat derivative) stowaway, which they drop of on the next planet. The might have been a squid/octopus alien in there too, but I'm not sure.

    Haven't see in in two years, don't remember the name. It wasn't very long at the time, I say under a 100 pages, but fairly detailed art Reply
  • 1 Jul 15th, 2017 at 1:01AM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Jul, 2017 10:52:49 PM
    The main thing that sticks out about it in my mind was a character whose "your interests include" panel said he liked post-apocalyptic fiction and survival tactics, and originally thought that SBURB would let him live out the fantasy of surviving After the End, then got super-*** that he rescued from it by another player.

    A routine Google search pulls up nothing, the older version of the MSPA forums has been gone for a while now, and mspfanventures.com currently has no search function, if they ever did. Does anyone remember this one? Reply

      Mspfanventures does have a search function, its at the top in between "Log" and "My MSPFA". The tag-based searching only works for adventures that the authors of are still around for, so it probably won't work on the older ones, but you can still search the title.
  • 2 Jul 12th, 2017 at 5:05PM
    Lastest Reply: 12th Jul, 2017 11:13:47 PM
    The main character wakes up in a hospital with amnesia, finds the world is in the middle of apocalypses. Yes, plural apocalypses. There's a robot uprising, plant monsters eating people, zombies, vampires, there might be aliens, but I don't remember. Oh, and the main character, the chosen one, is an idiot. Reply
  • 0 Jul 12th, 2017 at 1:01PM
    A webcomic with a specific strip in which a guy is at a karaoke. His thoughts are along the lines of "If I keep singing, someday a music producer will notice me and my life of stardom and musical fame will begin". Everyone else's thoughts are along the lines of "Good god this guy sucks", and the last one is thinking "In my entire career as a music producer I've never heard anyone so bad". Reply
  • 0 Jul 4th, 2017 at 12:12PM
    Sometime around 2009 or so, I recall reading this possible furry/anthro webcomic where there was this one character who was a kinda young, cute and naive. He talked about hearing news of an "Arcade Fire" and wondered if anyone survived it. Keep in mind that The Arcade Fire is the name of an actual band. I think the character was either some sort of canine (likely a dog or fox), a cat or maybe a ferret or raccoon. Also, for some reason I'm associating the strip with the word "laundry" subconciously. Can anyone help me find it or does anyone know what I'm talking about? Reply
  • 0 Jun 25th, 2017 at 9:09PM
    I'm looking for a webcomic, animated i think in flash. it involved magic and was a mystery comic. there was a mysterious character named robin who always had one eye covered- (i think his eye was eventually reavealed to be all ruined or something i dont remember v well) and i think he worked in a bar? if anyone knows thanks Reply
  • 2 May 14th, 2017 at 7:07PM
    Lastest Reply: 14th May, 2017 07:19:26 PM
    This webcomic had each of the years of the Chinese zodiac incarnated in a person, & although all of the other years knew who they were, he had lost his memories of being the Rat. It was set in modern times. It ran during the early & mid oughts, & I remember reading it all through when it finished but I can't for the life of me remember the name. The author used lot of sharp angles. I remember that. Reply

      Strings of Fate by Jen "Tochi" Wang?

      Yes! Thank you!
  • 2 May 4th, 2017 at 10:10AM
    Lastest Reply: 4th May, 2017 12:07:13 PM
    At the time I read it, it was very short, around 60 pages, and still unfinished. The premise is that a TV-head guy takes a kid, who is some sort of a chosen one, to a mysterious land. I don't remember what happens in their travels, though. The comic is very beautifully drawn and imaginative.

    Thanks in advance. Reply
  • 8 Apr 8th, 2017 at 12:12AM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Apr, 2017 08:06:59 PM
    Doing a search for two webcomics.

    The first one I'm almost certain has been featured on TV Tropes before but it must've vanished from the archives or something. Anyway, the webcomic is a comical superhero genre parody comic but it's set in a superhero/supervillain school setting. Some characters from the comic I remember are a nerd who becomes a Lex Luthor expy ( except with hair and glasses ) and an average joe ( I think he was dumb or naïve too ) who gains Superman's powers. There's also a Supergirl/ Power Girl expy whose a brunette and wears a black costume. I also remember the nerd and average joe have a physical altercation, that ends with the average joe dead ( The nerd uses a power armor and a kryptonite like mineral ) A particular line from the comic : " From the shadows, I leap/dive at thee ! " ( ...Or something like that )

    The only things I can remember about the second comic is that one character seemed to be a female caucasian cop or dominatrix. While another female character was African-American, wore her head in dreads, had an EXTREMELY stripperific outfit and seemed to love the colors green and purple. In short, she made Nicki Minaj's sense of style look tame.

    Special Notice : Sorry if I don't have the trope names right . Reply

      The first thing sounds like a Superman version of the cancelled "Gotham High" show. But I have no idea what it could actually be though.

      Hmmm, another thing I remember about the first webcomic is that it had a page on here or at least it was used as an example for a specific trope. I think it was the " Expy " trope. The line said " Blank girl is a Supergirl/ Power Girl expy. " ( I can't remember the Supergirl/ Power Girl expy's name at all )

      Something else about the second comic :

      The "Nicki Minaj clone " wore bright green lipstick, had a nose or mouth piercing, and colored her dreads with green and purple. I know that's super random but I thought that might help since you can't possibly miss someone like that even on the internet.

      Bumpity Bump

      I'm pretty sure the first one is Bad Guy High, if so it can be found here since Drunk Duck is now the Duck


      Noice !!!!!! Thnx man.

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      No problem

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      Something else that could help with the second webcomic is part of the description used for the " Nicki Minaj Clone ". It reads : " Because she is a star. " That's the last line of it or part it.

      Bump-Bump-Bump-Bump-Bump-Bump it Up !
  • 0 Apr 23rd, 2017 at 9:09AM
    It's about a brother and sister that has mental problems, the brother can't die and the sister sees things.(I know ... it's odd) Reply
  • 1 Apr 9th, 2017 at 2:02PM
    Lastest Reply: 13th Apr, 2017 05:58:23 AM
    Hi, I'm looking for a Masters of the Universe parody comic in which a Skeletor expy tries to get his totally normal teen daughter into the family villainy business. When she blows him off to hang out with her boyfriend, he becomes so angry he accidentally kills his He-Man-ish rival, and then decides her boyfriend is his new arch nemesis. Does anyone know the name of this webcomic? Reply