Thursday, January 9, 2014

A Great Web Comic

Image Copyright Paul Taylor
Today I'd like to tell you about a web comic that I've been reading for a number of years now.  It's call Wapsi Square and it is written and drawn by the incredibly talented Paul Taylor.  This comic has everything in it.  So much stuff that I couldn't boil it down properly, so I asked Paul how he would like me to describe it, which is as follows:

"Wapsi Square is a slice of paranormal life that blends the mundane with the supernatural, creepy with cute, and fun with the macabre.  Keeping things grounded with character driven stories and mythological elements as metaphors for the human experience, come lose yourself in the world of Wapsi Square and leave the reality you know at the door."

I have enjoyed this comic for the entire time I've read it, and it has given me a new appreciation for women and what they have to deal with.  Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying I have all the answers, but Paul has shined a light on issues that, as a male, I didn't even know were issues.  I would strongly suggest giving it a look.

Should you find you like the comic, as I'm sure most of my readers will, might I also be so bold as to suggest helping it get to 7 days a week.  Paul makes his living doing this comic, but as those of you on the internet know, there's really no guaranteed income.  Through the Patreon website, however, artists can get income from patrons and not have to worry, too much, about where their rent money is coming from.

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