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Mysteries of the Arcana

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Genre: Fantasy
Date Added: 3 January 2009
Last Update: 15 September 2019
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Current Comic Ranking: 428/26237
Views This Month: 1436   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 218   (More...)
Favourite of: 58 members
Status: Normal (?)

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78 worlds * 2 Souls * 1 Grand Adventure. A tarot based, romantic adventure.

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Miluette 5/5
This comic takes one of my favorite themes - Tarot - and turns it into the concept behind a potentially expansive set of worlds. It\'s the basis for a very \"foolhardy adventure\" in one of the most entertaining webcomics I\'ve read in a while.

The first pages may be confusing if you\'re half-asleep. But if you\'re not, you\'ll find an ideal and just-confusing-enough but engaging beginning. Action! Interest! A new reason for living! Lesbian elf kisses!

Yeah! Beyond that, the explanation that Theresa, the main character thrust in the middle of all this, receives is actually pretty natural and not info-dumpish like a lot of webcomics tend to get. The dialogue is well-done, too - something I tend to pay close attention to in any writing. I\'ve taken quite a liking to the main characters of this story and what makes them each unique.

When you get right down to it, the plot is just simple and strange enough for it to be taken very far. The comic\'s pretty short so far, but already there\'s been action, hints at romance, and anthropomorphic people (a closet favorite of mine). I anticipate a lot more.

And the art is nice. It\'s really nice. It\'s full-color, and I\'m glad. It\'s consistent, too. Characters have distinct and visually expressive faces (something else I look for in good art/webcomics). I think the style of shading figures could be more congruous with the lineart, but it\'s still bold and works. I think as the comic continues there will be a very natural improvement in the execution of action sequences.

You will like this comic.

Also: One of my favorite smaller appearances so far is a small fairy girl who speaks in visual pictorial speech bubbles. It\'s just...adorable.

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