11 December 2009

Gunnerkrigg Court

I found the comic Gunnerkrigg Court through a D&D tips web-site. It took maybe a week and a half to race through the archives. It is awesome. It reminds me of Neil Gaiman's style of story-telling. This may have something to do with both authors being British. There are stories within stories within stories so far, but the gist of them all is trying to figure out what this world that people find themselves in actually is. There is a technological half that seems to be all city (even the seemingly outdoor parts in it are enclosed). There is a wild, magical half that seems to be all forest. Why this is still isn't clear, though there have been tantalizing hints.

At any rate, it's well worth checking out (and has preempted Garfield Minus Garfield from occupying 'G' in the list; it is now at 'K').


John said...

Wow, that is awesome.

Now that I've read all the back-comics, I have to wait for MWF updates. Ah, anticipation.

Qalmlea said...

Yeah. That's the hell of it. Ah well. It's one that's definitely worth waiting for.