Webcomic profile: Mythbound
Fight fate or die trying.
Last update: 21st Apr 2018, 7:25 PM
Graphic Violence / Gore
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**currently on a break, expected return late 2019/early 2020**
A young woman makes a deal with a trickster god to save her brother, the chosen one.

This may or may not affect the end of the world.

~Rated PG-13 for mild violence~


Tired nerd by day, exhausted nerd by night. Occasionally makes comics.
Likes mythology, science, cartoons and using long words.
Mostly harmless.

Most recent comments left on Mythbound

Heyo!!! I've decided to try my best and stick to Saturdays for now, though next week's page might be a little delayed since I'll be out of town.

ANYWAYS, I must admit that I'm very proud of this page. Though it only has 3 panels, I feel like I really pushed myself with this one, and I think it might be my favorite comic page that I've ever made. I hope that I can keep this up with the next pages, though I'm a bit worried about them since we're going into action scene territory <.<

This was just really fun to work on, and I hope you like it as well. I've streamlined the design of the golems a little since the previous version, so that they're more consistent.

While on the subject, have any of you heard the tale of the golem of Prague? There are many versions of it, of course, but the one I heard first (from a children's book, mind you) is fairly similar to the version found here. In general, what's your favorite (slightly) obscure legend?

Thanks for reading <3
Author Note
Hey guys!

This page was another struggle to get through, and I'm not sure why... I think I've just been a little tired lately because retail work is hell, but I really want to update weekly. Depending on how next page goes I might be changing my schedule around again, but I'm not sure.

Finally, our protagonists meet! I'm really excited to move onto the next few scenes!

You'd think Julia would be smarter than to loudly announce to criminals that she's called 911 on them, but I don't think she'd know how to react well to the situation. Needless to say, she's not nearly as fearless as she appears...

Thanks for reading <3
Author Note
While I do agree the smart thing to do would be tuning him out, sadly my characters don't always make the smartest decisions XD
Loki's definitely a problematic boy, seeing how he'll use anything as a tool against others.
Well let's just say for now that Loki is familiar with fates worse than death... clearly he's not afraid of risking his life to irritate others :y
Honestly, I think the smartest thing to do around Loki is to tune his voice out. I mean, when you lie and manipulate with your mouth so much that they have to literally muzzle or stitch your mouth shut... I think it is safe to say that his ability to talk is not communication anymore. It is just a tool.