The art in this comic is unspeakably gorgeous. There's a quote about the painter John Singer Sargent - "the slightly uncanny spectacle of a talent which on the very threshold of its career has nothing more to learn" - and I think that's a sensation you get from Minna Sundberg's work. She is what, in her early or mid 20s? And she's an absolute master in her work. Not only incredibly talented, but incredibly productive.
At the same time though, I find it almost impossible to become invested in this comic. The setting and plot of it never seem to match up with the characters and tone.
Let's enjoy the art without any of the characters, then.
Protip: Don't read the intro, it's pointless
Ok, now you niggas made me curious and I will download this thing.
What should I expect? Is the plot and execution that bad? The art is gorgeous.
Just read it starting with chapter 1 and you should be fine. It's a little light hearted for a post-apocalyptic plague world but like >>82620123
says that's probably due to there being no muslims left
There's no reason to download it, it's a webcomic. Google the title.
Also it has some cute femboys
That is Lalli. I long to cuddle with him in the long, cold nights, but it will never be.