Comics that I've read and enjoyed, and am now recommending to you!

Webcomics



Rice Boy

by Evan Dahm
Rice Boy is a brightly colored and surreal fantasy adventure story, set in the ninth century of the Red Age of Overside.


Vattu

by Evan Dahm
Vattu is an anthropological fantasy epic; a story following a member of a nomadic culture caught in the midst of a clash of cultures.


Gunnerkrigg Court

by Tom Siddell
A story about a strange girl attending a strange school.


Kill Six Billion Demons

by Abbadon
An intense, surreal fantasy epic set in a world of angels, demons, and demiurges.


Nature of Nature's Art

by Zachary Braun
A collection of comics about an alternate Earth where animals make their foray into sapience.


Aphelion

by Gloria Reynolds
Hard sci-fi with incredible artwork and worldbuilding. Check out the artist's blog for more in-depth notes.

Manga



Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
by Hayao Miyazaki
After the end of the world, a princess who loves insects and hates killing tries to keep peace in a quickly escalating conflict.


Dungeon Meshi
by Ryoko Kui
Laius and his party return to a dungeon to save his sister after she was eaten by a dragon - and, as they can't afford food, decide to eat the monsters.


Dorohedoro
by Q Hayashida
Gruesome and creative. Dorohedoro is a story about food and friendship, and a terrible, grotesque mystery.


Mob Psycho 100
by ONE
A powerful esper named Mob learns to deal with his incredible psychic powers, as well as his tendency to bottle up his own emotions to control them.


My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness
by Nagata Kabi
An autobiographical comic diary of an artist's struggle with loneliness and intimacy.


The Way of the Househusband
by Kousuke Oono
Follow an ex-yakuza boss who retires from crime to become a househusband.