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Comic profile: Quest - a masquerade
Quest - a masquerade
When fate is playing with you
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Content flags: Violent Content
Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: Yesterday, 1:00 PM
Number of comics: 121
Number of subscribers: 3
Visitors: 4353 visitors (16840 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (5 votes)

Comic description

Fire gods and mysterious figures work in the shadows pulling the strings while civil war breaks out across the Isles. Stranded far from home this band of misfit adventures struggles to survive.


I've been a webcomic author for over 10 years, but balance that with life as a ecological scientist.I like to keep my interests diverse.

Most recent comments left on Quest - a masquerade

Title Drop!

There was a TV show in the eighties called Masquerade, did you ever see it? It was a spy thing. If you ever heard that urban legend about the guy who was playing around and shot himself in the head with a blank round and died, it was the star of Masquerade. Anyway, my point is every time I see your comic, the theme song to that show pops into my head. Masquerade! Life is a Masquerade!

You shouldn't google it, or it may get stuck in your head every time you work on your comic. I kinda wish I hadn't mentioned it...
Left on Katie: Tell Me What is Going on Please
8th Jul 2018
Only it doesn't embarrass him in the least :-P
Left on The One Where Charilus Yells
8th Jul 2018
He’s like the guy at the party shouting something embarrassing when all of a sudden the music stops ...
Left on The One Where Charilus Yells
24th Jun 2018
Let's all settle down a bit. Things happened. Things were said. We're all on the same team, right?
Left on Pastoral Bliss
15th Apr 2018
I may have said this before, but if I were to design Tessa's voices today I wouldn't have gone with such obvious imagery, oh well. Challenges of the long form webcomic.
Left on The Return of the Imaginary Voices, or Are They?