My Daemon Persaon

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

A Victorian Web Comic

First, my apologies to all for not having posted in quite a long while. I won't bore you with excuses or reasons, just know I am sorry.

Now, on to fun stuff. I have recently "discovered" web comics. I knew they were always out there, I just never bothered before to look at them. I have several favorites already, but one is of a particular interest to us Neo-Victorians. It is relatively new, as there are only 43 pages so far, so it won't take long to get up to speed in the story-line, which already is showing itself to be interesting (it's #1 on both Buzz Comix! and Top Web Comics), so that should be indicative that it has already created an interested public. It's called "The Phoenix Requiem" and is billed as "A Victorian fantasy story about faith, love, and a whole lot of ghosts." I invite my readership (if I even still have one), to visit the site at http://requiem.seraph-inn.com/ . Enjoy!


2 comments:

Edward Pearse, Earl of Primbroke said...

I cannot recommend Girl Genius strongly enough. It is an ongoing story, which I would recommend going to the start of, rather than trying to make sense of it from the current point.

But than you for letting me know about Phoenix Requiem.

Baron K. Wulfenbach said...

Fraulein Baroness,

My thanks to His Excellency for the recommendation to read the histories of my land. My sister told me some time ago that you had visited the Consulate in Caledon - if you would care to visit again, there is a short story in illustrated form of an adventure of Lady Heterodyne's, which might familiarise you with the style in which the histories are told.

We will also serve you tea and Transylvanian pastries.

Yrs.,

Klaus Wulfenbach, Baron
Kittiwick Town