Rating: 16+, adult situations, semi-graphic violence
A sparkly queer bilingual fantasy comedy. Featuring trauma recovery, slow-burn romance, cross-cultural communication, and baby unicorns.
In the nation of Ceannis, a prophecy has been revealed. Dragonslaying hero Thorn Estragon and his team of loyal knights must assume the solemn duty of…standing guard outside a foreign embassy. And that’ll save the world. Or something. It’s not clear.
Leif is a gardener at the embassy, serving his native Sønheim in order to pay off a mysterious debt. Thorn doesn’t speak Leif’s language too well when they first meet — but he’s about to find a lot of reasons to learn.
They’re the heart of an increasingly-broad ensemble of characters, all facing their own struggles to communicate across cultural boundaries, deal with traumas and scars, use magic for practical solutions, and pick the perfect song for karaoke night.
Updates seven days a week: six strips, plus Saturday bonus art.
For teens and up. (Don’t give this one to small children — it includes adult topics like graphic violence, PTSD flashbacks, stalking, and health insurance.)