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Comic profile: EverydayAbnormal
Standing watch on the threshold of the mundane and the impossible. Updating Mondays and Fridays!
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 7th Jul 2016
Number of comics: 424
Number of subscribers: 131
Visitors: 214824 visitors (1593875 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.98 (393 votes)

Comic description

When supernatural, technological, or mythic threats endanger human lives, only the Agency of the Unnatural can rise up to stop them -- but it's the ordinary people who are caught in the crossfire. Jon Grasseschi's ongoing saga explores how people react, live, and just survive when the unexplainable, the impossible, and the just plain weird intrude on their lives.


JON GRASSESCHI lives in Hicksville, but he likes it there. He works two jobs, one of which is full-time. Thus, he frequently runs out of time to work on his comics.

He's probably reading something by Brian Bendis, Grant Morrison, or Warren Ellis right now.

He's been known to cheer for the Seattle Seahawks, sometimes against his better judgment.

Most recent comments left on EverydayAbnormal

14th Apr 2017
The webcomic I mentioned above is called Metanoia. Here's the page I was remembering; I got a few details wrong.
Left on Long Way Down, page 62
20th Jan 2017
I'm still checking. ;)
Left on So Long, Not Goodbye
Muchacho NL
2nd Nov 2016
Muchacho NL
Maybe Skrael is available? :)
Left on So Long, Not Goodbye
Kith (Guest)
28th Oct 2016
I'm still checking in every now and again, the only point I'll leave is when the website is gone, till then, I'm keeping an eye on it
Left on So Long, Not Goodbye
steveha (Guest)
13th Jul 2016
The perfect date for her! She isn't comfortable unless it's somehow a competition, something where she can sharpen her skills, and she once liked video games when a kid. His idea was a winner.
Left on Personal Spaces, page 40