Futuristic dinosaur space fairy tales

Question: is there anything better than Qwantz? Answer: of course not.

Why yes, you do have time to read the entire archive during your lunch break. And I can tell you from experience: don't forget to read the rollover text, or you'll have to read the whole archive a second time.


  1. I still prefer Hark! A Vagrant by Kate Beaton.

    Have you read "Lost Side of Suburbia" by Kory Merritt? It is a daily comic told in children book form. It is about two children held by a monster who they change by reading him books such as "To Kill A Mockingbird". It is available at go.comics.com in the Sherpa section. You can start the story here:


  2. "Bad is the new totally totally sweet."

    Haha. Awesome.

  3. Actually, there is. Sorry. http://www.friendbear.com/