The author has created a whole new world with flesh-out religions, anthropomorphic wombat and hyena cultures, and oddballs (prophetic slugs make me laugh every time). Great art, good story.
Cons: The comic doesn't seem as tightly written recently, possibly because the series is ending and the author has other projects.
Great art, fun characters, interesting story, this comic has it all. It's tagline is: "Adventure, Romance, Mad Science!" If you like steampunk, this is a must read.
Cons: It's a graphic novel released one page at a time, which disrupts the flow when reading. Best to wait and read each chapter/section altogether.
Shaenon Garrity is one of my favorite webcomic writers because very few people can regularly deliver laughs in a 4-panel format without going stale. Great characters and inventive storylines.
Cons: This was the author's first big webcomic, so the artwork is less developed toward the beginning.
Good for people looking for RPG jokes (primarily D&D) or an epic, sprawling story you'd expect from someone who writes for the industry. Diverse characters, good laughs, compelling story.
Cons: The art won't win any awards, but it is surprisingly functional, and you probably have a good imagination to want to read an RPG webcomic anyway.