Webcomic profile: Buoy-Friend
Buoy-Friend
Written by Charles D., Illustrated by Jayden K. - [On hiatus]
Last update: 9th Mar 2020, 8:00 AM
Graphic Violence / Gore Frequent Strong Language
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Aleks knows his name; he knows the entirety of his life, and he knows that his parents had just kicked him out of their house. What he doesn't know is where he his now. Aleks finds himself waking up in the house of a woman he's never met, in a city he's never heard of—far from home or any sort of familiarity or comfort. Everyone in town seems fairly nice though. There isn't anything there that he can complain about.

However, as Aleks tries to make sense of his surroundings, he's plagued with hauntingly familiar hallucinations in this unfamiliar place. Why won't anyone answer his questions? Is something sinister brewing?

It seems only time will tell.

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Kludge
Kludge
Here for a good time, not a long time

http://kludges.art/

chinchilla
chinchilla
CIAO!! I’m a trad goth writer and a UCLA student with an associates degree in English!!! ^__^ I love music and horror and blood and avant-garde art and the 80s. I’m dying!!!!!!! image image imageimage

https://pavi-largo.carrd.co/


Most recent comments left on Buoy-Friend

I think this reads clearer than you give it credit for, but as someone who goes wild on the ambiguity of so many things in stories and comics anyway, the clarification is helpful in a way.
Mrremoraman
Dang this is some fascinating imagery! I really like it!
Mrremoraman
Ooooooooooohhhhhhhh dang

It's kind of funny, though, that he's the one who ends up caught by traffic
Mrremoraman
The wings imply this is some sort of afterlife. BUt there are other people, so...
Mrremoraman
THis place is like a limbo of some kind I think. I dunno

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