For this new webcomics feature, I’ve selected four webcomics about losing and recovering magic, fantasy living, and dealing with grief. Explore these worlds of witchcraft and self-discovery. Everything is magic.
I discovered several new webcomics this month, but here are four that contain “magical” themes: witches, familiars, the loss of magic, and everyday life in a magical world away from politics. In these fantastical, whimsical stories, you’ll find adorable pets, personal journeys to reclaim power or memory, and places that bring out the magic in you.
The Ghost of Autumn by apocalyptec & erminezz
Michael deals with the grief of losing his beloved Felix. He discovers a kitten and takes it in, but even that doesn’t completely shake him out of his depression. The first episode grabbed me right away. The art, storytelling, and characters are beautiful and endearing.
Content Warning: Suicide and Self-Harm
It’s not the end of the world by Hart V
Luna, a witch, has lost all her magic. So she sets out to find a way to get him back. But does she really need her magic back? The parts with Luna’s cat are the most emotional for me.
Note: This webcomic is available in Spanish.
Stellan’s Magic Shop by Renirooo
Aislinn Sorrel comes from a line of witches but does not possess magic herself. Or is she? That changes when she stumbles into a magic shop full of potions and curses. This webcomic has a bittersweet and whimsical tone, like a fairy tale.
Welcome to the New World by Caelstyx
Mally lives in a world supposedly free from politics. Here she resides in the countryside with her abuela and friends. A nice slice of life webcomic featuring Latinx characters.
Know of a new webcomic you want to recommend? Please feel free to comment below. I would love to hear from you!
For more great webcomic recommendations, check out our Wednesday Webcomics Archive! You can also check out more new webcomics here.
Author: Brahidaliz Martinez
Brahidaliz (pronounced Bra-da-leez) is a 2019 graduate of American University’s MFA in Creative Writing program. Their cross-genre chapbook, Coquí’s Song, is forthcoming (2023) with Mason Jar Press.
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