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Comic profile: Rain
A story for boys, girls and everyone in between.
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Content flags: Sexual ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Yesterday
Number of comics: 892
Number of subscribers: 531
Visitors: 952696 visitors (9044347 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.85 (4140 votes)

Comic description

Rain is a slice-of-life/comedy/drama that follows the life of a teenage transgender girl named Rain, as she attempts to go through her senior year in high school identifying only as a woman. Along the way, she makes friends with an eclectic bunch of people of varying orientations and gender identities. See their stories filled with silly humor, teenage angst, occasional adult angst, copious amounts of love triangles, mockery of product names, complex relationships, tons and tons of dialogue, and sometimes a cute, little bunny. How can you go wrong, right?

I hope you all like it!

This story contains roughly PG-13 content.
- Occasionally strong language
- Sexual themes and situations (but no nudity)
- Gay, lesbian, bi and transgender characters (among countless others)
- Lousy or non-existent backgrounds
- Occasionally triggering scenes


My name is Jocelyn Samara DiDomenick. I feel like it's a little pointless for me to mention this since I'm on a webcomic site, but I'm an artist and a writer. My comic, "Rain", a dramedy is about a teenage trans girl. I should probably mention that I myself am a trans girl too. As such, the comic is a bit of a personal story to me.

When I'm not drawing/writing, I enjoy gaming (especially RPGs and retro games), anime (my tastes are pretty eclectic) and heavy metal (or more particularly, epic/symphonic metal).

Most recent comments left on Rain

10th Dec 2016
Here's how I see it:

-If memory serves, when extras first started being black-and-white, Jocelyn sad something like 'if I don't colour in a character, that means they're not important to the story'.

-Thus, they usually have one purpose. For example, back when Rain left the line to see Kaminari's creator at the con, an extra was there to protest that she would lose her chance to see the creator if she stepped out of the line.

-So, with most plot-central characters being LGBTQAI+whateveracronymyouwannause, extras are often there to say something homophobic/transphobic/sexist, be a target of fanhate, and then disappear.

-Because extras are not supposed to be important, they are usually the people who deliver the homophobic/transphobic/sexist remarks, since having a main character deliver them would be a plot point.

-In other words: extras are expendable, so they say the homophobic/transphobic/sexist stuff.

-And I hope that I managed to express my idea in a non-jerk way.

-Also, yeah, the black-and-white art is strangely pleasing to my eye.
Left on Know and Trust
10th Dec 2016
It'll be okay, Channel. Just ignore them and quickly leave the area. Hold your head up, and don't let them see the pain.

For the one on the right, he may actually feel bad if he notices. But the one to the left... I have a feeling he'd enjoy it. Just going by their facial expressions.
Left on Know and Trust
10th Dec 2016
Real talk for a second though.

Are extras ever nice or even decent people? Or is that a trait reserved for plot-central characters?

Also, for people who seem likely to exist for one strip solely to be hated, and are even in black and white, those guys are surprisingly well-designed.

Also also... Le gasp, are we headed towards more Chanel character development? I'm feeling strangely optimistic.
Left on Know and Trust
10th Dec 2016
I was just coming down to complain about the extras who I'm supposed to hate having frustratingly good visual design. XD
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miiohau (Guest)
10th Dec 2016
"wikia community"
just reminder. Rain has Wikia community at
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