Looking for more great webcomics like Sombulus? Here are a few from my reading list that I currently follow and recommend!
A princess of the desert feels a powerful connection to a forsaken water goddess. Leaving everything behind, she sets out to find a city of legend where water flows freely. Amazing art and very engaging story!
Two bunny-earred siblings on a quest to save their world from the clutches of the Nightmare Knight and his ridiculous henchmen. But is he really that bad? Or is there a more sinister cycle at work? A great story and adorable art!
An accident strands a listless barista in her mysterious haunted house. Can she escape the sinister forces trapping her and make it back to the land of the living? Alyssa's comic is amazingly creepy, do give it a read!
A sheltered, scaredy-cat bookworm gets kidnapped by a spell-slinging bounty hunter. But when his own latent magic powers strand them in the middle of nowhere, they'll need to learn to trust each other to get home! Lots of great art, magic, and character interaction in this one.
Lave Faraday is tasked with keeping the undead, magical creatures, and humans of the grungy, crime-riddled city of Persephone out of trouble. But her latest assignment, bodyguard duty for a 12-year-old, might prove to be her toughest challenge yet. Very fun characters, humor and setting!
Toby Hathaway and Marion Sark explore weird happenings and solve supernatural mysteries with their own strange animal-whisperer/telekinetic abilities. Short episodic chapters, so really easy to jump into!
A clueless man on a time-traveling motorcycle makes his way backwards through time to avert his doomed future. Freya's got some amazing art and delightful characters, very much recommended!
The future of three royal siblings is in danger after an assassination attempt leaves them in search of allies and answers in the furthest reaches of the Empire. Now on a search for a voiceless goddess, they must navigate deep magic, political unrest, and their own tangled relationships. Robin really takes a lot of care in crafting her story, and it shows!