Jan 12, 2011

THE WORMWORLD SAGA: Read It, Support It!

I don't really read much in the way of webcomics, mainly because for me, there's no substitute for reading on paper. But the WORMWORLD SAGA caught my eye immediately. With its iconic character designs and expressive painted artwork, it's definitely eye-catching and visually appealing, and it's something I would love for a kid to read.

This is a story about a boy named Jonas, who seems so stuck in his imagination that he can't really distinguish what's real and what's not, and wild adventures seem to be coming.

The transitions from one scene to the next are so fluid, with visual elements from one scene going straight to the next. The result is like you're reading a scroll with no page turns. I'm sure that it'll eventually be collected into a book with the proportions of the image above, but this is one of the rare occasions that I actually think the story will suffer for it, because it is so clearly a webcomic.

Take the time to read the first chapter, and if you like it, you can see how you can support the comic over here. Financial support will get you a place in the credits, but you can support by publicizing the comic as well — like I'm doing right now.

Check it out!


RaceForTaste said...

that is so awesome!!! I really enjoyed scrolling through it! You were absolutely right! So fluid!!

Duy Tano said...

Supposedly, it was created with the iPad in mind. IMAGINE reading it on the iPad!

RaceForTaste said...

OH hell yeah!!!!

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