Halloween isn’t until the 31st, but how about checking out some spooky webcomics beforehand? The plot twist, however, is that the featured comics are cute rather than all out scary. A bundle of sweetness and joy, in fact. Webcomics featured are from WebToon and Tapas.*
A vampire learning how to surf. A grim reaper who collects the souls of unwanted pets. A woman dating a demon. If you, like me, prefer to watch ParaNorman, Coraline, Halloweentown, or spooky movies that are actually wholesome and or sweet, you’ll definitely enjoy any (if not all) of these eight webcomics below. So here we go!
Flowers for the Arsonist by Liarcat (Creator’s site is unavailable)
After getting sent to Wheskering Hills for being “different,” Lucia meets a girl named Paige. I admire the balance of drama and humor.
A gorgeous webcomic that raises awareness about endangered species, abandoned and mistreated pets, and biodiversity.
This webcomic, and its companion story A Kid Named Hannah, contains sweet and tender moments. Father and daughter, both reapers, break the law of visiting their living loved ones.
A slice of life webcomic about a girl and her monstrous companion. Clever characterization and lore here.
A supernatural comedy that seamlessly dwells into serious places, Welcome to Limbo follows the story of a group of teens finding themselves bound to the spirit of Death.
Read more webcomics by Black creators here.
The young vampire Luca is just settling into his new home when he meets Cody, a local surfer. Luca finds himself developing a crush for the surfer and so braves the outside with tons of sunscreen. An endearing webcomic.
Witch and plant lover Zoe finally meets the man she’s met through a dating app. Except he’s not a man. He’s a monster. But he’s friendly, sweet, and generous.
I’m a sucker for monster-human romances, and Blackened does great with the character dynamics and Zoe’s development.
Sandra summons the demon Adoniem to be her date for Valentine’s Day. A comical and sweet webcomic.
Read more webcomics by Black creators here. Also, check out my review of Jenny-Toons’ webcomic With Butterflies in Her Hair.
Webcomics I’ve Reviewed This Month:
Do you know of a good webcomic (or more) to read for Halloween? Feel free to comment below. I’d love to hear from you!
*My mentioning of any platforms on this post is unsponsored.
Author: Brahidaliz Martinez
Brahidaliz (pronounced Bra-da-leez) currently lives in Virginia.
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