marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

still more webcomics

Both of which I found from an ad from the same webcomic. . . .

Erstwhile Faithful retellings of Griimms' tales.  Thus far, The Farmer's Clever Daughter, A Tale with a Riddle, and (in progress) Maid Maleen.  Judging by the comments, this is a very different effect depending on whether you've ever sat down with a copy of the complete Grimms.

The Adventures of Shan Shan Starts out a little slow, I think, but picks up within a few webcomics.  An ability to see and hear things that other people don't is not really an advantage if they all think you're crazy, but once a gold dragon told him he would help save the world, and it appears to starting.
Tags: fiction reviews: fairy tale based, webcomics

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