SpiderForest Comic of the Week: Week 4
January 29, 2018
Just a few days left until the next round of pages starts posting! I'm pretty excited to get this thing moving again, so check back on Thursday for the first new page of the month.

I'm one of this week's featured SpiderForest creators, along with these two very excellent folks. Please pay a visit to:

Demon Archives by Dan Sharp- As Captain of the Keleres, Tenzin Dorje led his team to defend the people of Minerva from raiders and rival factions. But when a new enemy destroys the Keleres and seriously wounds Tenzin, he'll have to face his personal demons to restore peace to the region.

October 20 by Marius Hjelseth- For 12 years, Catherine has suffered agony, isolation, loss and betrayal. Now, she faces her most formidable monster. Her own guilt. Get ready for the final chapter of October 20, as Catherine returns to where all her grief began. Along for the ride are a few surprise allies. And enemies.

SpiderForest Comic of the Week: Week 3
January 22, 2018
We're getting so close to new updates, folks! Remember that I'll be putting up new pages for Arbalest from February 1 through February 5, which is going to kick off on... wait for it... a Thursday! Yeah, I found that unsettling, too.

In the meantime, please head on over and show some love to these excellent people:

Monster Lands By J. Nelson- Monster Lands is a fantasy/dramedy story that focuses on the axe-wielding, monster-riding adventurer Othera as she battles against the tyranny of the evil queen Eren Lorry! It’s largely a character-driven story, written as sort of a deconstruction of fantasy tropes while also being a love letter to the genre. It is made of numerous short, standalone chapters which form the base for the longer, plot-intensive chapters.

Evil Witch Allie by Kristin Tipping- A comic about some average kids dealing with normal teen problems like babysitting the world’s worst magical girl, solving yet another murder, and getting that darn ghost cat to stop sleeping on the keyboard.

LittleLight Asylum by Julian Dominguez- In a strange orphanage where the little monsters really are little monsters, three friends are constantly getting themselves into supernatural misadventures.

SpiderForest Comic of the Week: Week 2
January 15, 2018
Hey, everyone! Arbalest will have a new batch of pages to post at the beginning of February, but in the meantime, please check out these awesome SpiderForest comics about supervillains AND superheroes!

Supervillainous by Zap - The Crimson Claw is a career supervillain. He's got a flying fortress, and army of henchmen, and ill-gotten wealth. He's also got a family - one that he will stop at nothing to protect and provide for. How can he find a balance between villainy and family?

Vanguard by Dan Butcher - In the near future, a small team of genetically engineered meta-human heroes protect our country's interests at home and abroad... they are the VANGUARD.

SpiderForest Comic of the Week: Week 1
January 8, 2018
Hey, everyone! Arbalest will have a new batch of pages to post at the beginning of February, but in the meantime, please check out these awesome SpiderForest comics! This week is all about fantasy and adventure, so if that's your jam, you'll probably like:

Sombulus by Christina Major- Sombulus is a world-hopping adventure about a curious tinkerer who talks to machines, a magical scavenger, and a zealous paladin. Together, they travel the Myriad Worlds, leaving each place a little more weird than the last!

Cosmic Fish by Eliana Falcon - Rejected and hunted down by the planetary guardians, Acantha and her monstrous kind have taken it upon themselves to solve the mystery of their origins and find their place in the universe they are forced to call home.

Castoff by Star Prichard - Vector always dreamed of traveling. He got kidnapped instead. Now, with the help of a short-tempered bounty hunter, a happy-go-lucky cartographer, and many more unlikely friends, he has to try to make it home in one piece.

Chapter 4 Page 16
January 5, 2018
The page that I look at and see a weird, gross, beautiful fairytale. They really never tell you, when you start a webcomic, how many angles you might need to draw a dead furry cow from.

I hope everyone had fun during January's Five Days of Updates! I'll see you again with new pages at the beginning of February.

In the meantime, keep an eye out for SpiderForest Comic of the Week announcements! I may not be updating for the rest of the month, but I'll be spotlighting some of our lovely kickass members starting next week.