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Yet more recs from the fantasy genre! There are a ton of these things.
Blasphemous Saga Fantasy: comedy. Well-worn tropes given charming and funny twists, starting with a young squire’s face-off against a giant slime monster. Look out for magic-users, swords with spirits, and Dark Lords commanding cute golems.
Girl Genius: adventure! The iconic steampunk comic, where our heroine has a supernatural affinity for mechanics and finds herself getting swept up into all kinds of conspiracy because of it. Political machinations, lots of airships, the occasional pirate.
Within A Mile Of Home: comedy/drama. A goblin falls off the edge of the known world (literally) and into one that looks more like ours. Rich worldbuilding and systems-of-magic back up the plot.
Gods of the Game: drama. A group of D&D players find themselves transported into their own campaign. It’s not as fun as you would think.
Just a few things I haven’t recced yet. These are all basically set in the real world, and tend to have ordinary-human-level plots, but with varying levels of supernatural or just-plain-weird elements added in.
Uh-oh, it’s a Dinosaur: comedy, ongoing. From the creator of Phil Likes Tacos. Ordinary guy gets a talking lizard in the mail. Life proceeds as usual, except with “Kyra” trying to figure humans out.
Tonja Steele: comedy, stopped. Starring an amazonian single mom, her rambunctious daughter, the regulars at the bar where they usually hang out, and, every once in a while, Jesus.
Apoc High: comedy, stopped. Not the greatest art, but what can I say, it charms me anyway. Another high school comedy with the odd mythological element, including an elf on the football team and a vampire as the romantic rival for our angry-goth-lesbian antiheroine.
Mory’s Education: comedy-turned-drama, complete. Another gang of high schoolers, with quite a few pairs of animal ears. Our heroine is to all appearances human, but her skills with computers border on the supernatural.
User Friendly: comedy, ongoing. A geekier version of Dilbert, mixing workplace humor with more tech-based jokes. A talking pile of dust hangs around the office being cute, and the odd evil computer and sinister cola mascot make appearances.