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Webcomic profile: Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan
Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan
The Director's Cut
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 12 days ago, 9:00 AM
Number of comics: 1270
Number of subscribers: 46
Visitors: 125798 visitors (1032398 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.99 (393 votes)

Webcomic description

Peasants, witches, bandits and elves in the 11th century. The adventures of Tamlin and crew as they journey from living in the woods as outlaws and derelicts to being respectable farmers... and back!

Authors

ReinderDijkhuis
ReinderDijkhuis
Translator, veteran webcomics artist.

Most recent comments left on Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan

ReinderDijkhuis
12 days ago
ReinderDijkhuis
This page was originally published on May 19, 2008 (for this redraw, I'm splitting what was originally a two-page sequence into three to give them some more breathing room), with art by Aggie Janicot who contributed colors to this new version. Aggie has been updating her own webcomic more lately, so do visit American Gothic Daily for a taste of supernatural romance. In this new version, this page and the next will be expanded to a scene of three pages in total, so that everything has a little more breathing room. It's a properly strange scene in some ways, because the plant-stealing monk is in it.

This new page was made possible by the support of my Patrons! Please join my Patreon to get early access to new updates, and more. Patrons can also get their bonus features through my personal blog now.
Left on What, Matins already?
ReinderDijkhuis
10th Jan 2019
ReinderDijkhuis
This page was originally published on May 13 and 19, 2008 (for this redraw, I'm splitting what was originally a two-page sequence into three to give them some more breathing room), with art by Aggie Janicot who contributed colors to this new version. Aggie has been updating her own webcomic more lately, so do visit American Gothic Daily for a taste of supernatural romance. In this new version, this page and the next will be expanded to a scene of three pages in total, so that everything has a little more breathing room. It's a properly strange scene in some ways, because the plant-stealing monk is in it.

This new page was made possible by the support of my Patrons! Please join my Patreon to get early access to new updates, and more. Patrons can also get their bonus features through my personal blog now.
Left on Sneaking, Wittenberg-style
ReinderDijkhuis
2nd Jan 2019
ReinderDijkhuis
I will never upload it to Tapas or consent to it being uploaded to Tapas. Sorry to disappoint but I don't trust them.
Left on Padding through the corridors
SB01 (Guest)
2nd Jan 2019
"Tapas?"
Hey , was thinking , is it possible to upload this comic on tapas app ( u heard of ?)
Left on Padding through the corridors
ReinderDijkhuis
1st Jan 2019
ReinderDijkhuis
Back for a little bit, hopefully there will be more pages soon.

This page was originally published on May 15, 2008, with art by Aggie Janicot who contributed colors to this new version. Aggie has been updating her own webcomic more lately, so do visit American Gothic Daily for a taste of supernatural romance. In this new version, this page and the next will be expanded to a scene of three pages in total, so that everything has a little more breathing room. It's a properly strange scene in some ways, because the plant-stealing monk is in it.
Left on Padding through the corridors