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« on: February 06, 2022, 12:26:52 am »

Alethia is a sci-fi webcomic written and drawn by Kristina Stipetic.

"Abandoned by their creators, scattered groups of robots search for purpose in the factory-cities of their desolate world.
Though the robots differ dramatically in function and design, they share essential traits.
Drawing power from the common grid, they never suffer scarcity.
And the concept of violence is absent from their world.
What new ways of being might such creatures create?"

The first few chapters were pretty standalone in nature up to chapter 7, which led into the several chapters long "Narrative Arc". In my opinion, that segment had some of the author's most ambitious visuals and storytelling yet (although the first chapters are incredibly good contained stories, too). It's a bit more on the existential and philosophical side as far as webcomics go, but it's one I really enjoy; I think both the art and the story are very strong and unique. I hope someone else here will enjoy (or is familiar with) it too!

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