EDIT: Deadline extended. Two weeks per question, due to popular request.
A compilation of the most recent answers:
My webcomic is Dogstar. My favorite thing about it is it's Saturday Morning Cartoon tone and the potential of the storyline that I have planned ahead. The first chapter is coming to a close, so check it out!
My Webcomic is called "Weaponry".
It is a pirate action adventure (BL) set in an original fantasy world setting.
My favourite thing about the comic is that it is interactive - at the end of every chapter, the readers get to vote on what happens. I write three different potential directions the plot could go, and depending on which one wins the vote, the character to narrate the following chapter is chosen, and certain events become part of canon story while others fall by the wayside.
Now that we're halfway through chapter 4, I'm so grateful for my thoughtful readers and how much they have kept me inspired and curious about these characters and their world.
My webcomic was originally called Twisted Mind of Stranger, but I changed the name to Winter of Discontent since I thought it fit the content better. My favorite thing about it is that it allows me to do just whatever I want, since there isnt really any set characters or setting, aside from the author avatar and his sidekick.
My webcomic is entitled Flower Garden 2/3.
It primarily follows five girls: Misu Rami, Leila Otomo, Nami Korukawa, Kira Kara, and Shell Demij, first focusing on their daily lives, then changing genres a bit as the girls become the targets of a pair of supernatural assassins, Emma Evangel and Damien Stone, who can see a human's remaining lifespan in the form of a timer hovering above their head, as well as a man known only as the Tinker, who turns his victims into dolls.
Meanwhile, a group of mysterious armored beings are attempting to capture the Tinker, but are willing to consider the girls collateral damages.
The comic actually started because I wanted to do a fanservicy yuri comic, but by this point in my scripting I've ended up planning a huge complex plot involving supernatural "angelic" entities, the nature of souls and free will, and tentacle monsters with lots of eyeballs (I'm a Lovecraft fan at heart), and I've definitely got at least 10/15 years worth of material planned so far.
I'm still in the early part of the story, just introducing the characters and setting the stage for things down the road, but I'm optimistic. And seeing the art differences just between page 10 and page 20 show how much I've improved so far.
My webcomic is called The Premise, and goes about a pair of policemen that encounter a criminal gang which intends to punish the wicked through cannibalism. My favorite thing about my webcomic is that I'm doing exactly what I'd like to see. I often feel disapointed with a lot of stories, because of stereotipical characters, because of repetitive plots, etc. The argument may not sound new at first, but it focuses on the ethical dilemmas between the characters, and how they will evolve because of that. I think character development is one of the most important things in a story, and I think my webcomic is going in that direction.
WEEK 2 OPEN FORMAT QUESTION:
What would happen if your comic's main protagonist and main antagonist switched roles? If you can't reveal either one yet, or there are none you would consider main, any protagonist and antagonist role reversal would work.
Remember to post the question itself and to put our name, WebComics-Rock, in the submission somewhere.
The deadline for this is
Also note that in a few months we will give everyone a week to catch up and submit to previously-asked questions.