Below is a list of synopses created by Izzy that are currently in use.|
|Comic: Hobo Lobo of Hamelin|
|The first line is:
Once upon a time, in an age long forgotten because it was somewhat boring and contrived, there was this picturesque hamlet full of God-fearing wholesome people.
Paste's review is:
The most uniquely constructed webcomic Paste has come across by far, Hobo Lobo of Hamelin reads like a mash-up of The Pied Piper and 1984. The comic consists of side-scrolling, multi-dimensional illustrations rather than panels, making it a tale you’ll want to scroll through again and again to catch its whimsical details. The story follows the tense relationship between Hobo Lobo, a renaissance journeyman, and Mayor Dick, who looks like an ugly twin of Carl from Up. Let’s hope they don’t resolve their conflicts anytime soon, because you’ll want to follow this clever webcomic for years to come. (FJ)
|Comic: It Will All Hurt|
It Will All Hurt is a weird, sad, silly, and sketchy, fantasy adventure strip with magic and science-fiction and some fighting action
Be warned: It Will All Hurt isn’t comedic like the other webcomics on this list. With haunting illustrations and a bleak storyline, Dalrymple’s foray into a post-apocalyptic world may even make you cringe. But therein lies its beauty. Instead of seeking to entertain you outright, It Will All Hurt forces you to sift through the grit for answers. Making sense of the narrative is your responsibility, and the kernels you’ll glean through your efforts are worth it. (FJ)
|Mythos is a collection of stories from a world that looks a bit like ours if you tilt your head and squint a bit.
|Comic: Penny Blackfeather|
|Penny Blackfeather is a regencypunk adventure comic, set in a quiet and fictional town in early 19th Century non-fictional England.
|Comic: Randolph Itch, 2 A.M.|
|One-panel about to fall asleep thoughts, jokes, oddities, observant entertainment.
|Comic: Sticks Angelica|
|Paste\'s review says:
The bizarre, pink-hued world of Sticks Angelica is a breath of fresh air to the webcomics genre. The tale follows Angelica, a Canadian heiress who shuns the spotlight and moves into the wilderness. She replaces the company of humans for a community of talking wildlife, including a wee rabbit with a crush on her and a flock of pretentious geese. What makes the webcomic so refreshing is its unapologetic disregard for logic. Both the characters and DeForge’s artwork exist by their own rules, and you’ll find yourself enthralled by the curious nature of Angelica’s world. (FJ)