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Comic profile: Rain
A story for boys, girls and everyone in between.
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Content flags: Sexual ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Today
Number of comics: 978
Number of subscribers: 579
Visitors: 1237570 visitors (11546548 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.86 (4764 votes)

Comic description

Rain is a slice-of-life/comedy/drama that follows the life of a teenage transgender girl named Rain, as she attempts to go through her senior year in high school identifying only as a woman. Along the way, she makes friends with an eclectic bunch of people of varying orientations and gender identities. See their stories filled with silly humor, teenage angst, occasional adult angst, copious amounts of love triangles, mockery of product names, complex relationships, tons and tons of dialogue, and sometimes a cute, little bunny. How can you go wrong, right?

I hope you all like it!

This story contains roughly PG-13 content.
- Occasionally strong language
- Sexual themes and situations (but no nudity)
- Gay, lesbian, bi and transgender characters (among countless others)
- Lousy or non-existent backgrounds
- Occasionally triggering scenes


My name is Jocelyn Samara DiDomenick. I feel like it's a little pointless for me to mention this since I'm on a webcomic site, but I'm an artist and a writer. My comic, "Rain", a dramedy is about a teenage trans girl. I should probably mention that I myself am a trans girl too. As such, the comic is a bit of a personal story to me.

When I'm not drawing/writing, I enjoy gaming (especially RPGs and retro games), anime (my tastes are pretty eclectic) and heavy metal (or more particularly, epic/symphonic metal).

Most recent comments left on Rain

Elliot (Guest)
26th Jul 2017
I hope that whatever is making things hectic in your life calms down and doesn't cause too much stress.
We'll be here in the other side.
Left on Lucky
26th Jul 2017
As shitty as today has been for news, this over the top adorable page was a much needed injection of happy. Thank you.
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DramaDork (Guest)
26th Jul 2017
These kinds of pages do add to the story, because they add character development
Left on Lucky
26th Jul 2017
Gratuitously cute page. I do always feel weird about including these. I mean, I like them ('cause I'm a hopeless romantic), but I'm always worried about them not really adding much to the story. And yet, I've been told they tend to be a lot of people's favorites. So just this once, I'm not going to question it. Besides, there's been enough people predicting impending doom throughout this scene, so having it close on an extra mushy note feels weirdly appropriate. XD

Next time, we'll be focusing on someone else. But, as much as I'm loathe to do this, next time will be Monday. There will be no page this Friday. I'd rather not get into specifics, but things have been rather hectic for me lately and I need to play a bit of catch up. So I am sorry to do this, but I hope you'll forgive me, and rejoin me for a new page on Monday.

Rain, all characters and all other aspects of the story are copyright material belonging to me.

We finally started a Patreon.
Don't forget you can buy Rain: Vol. 1 through 4 here!
You can also follow Rain on Facebook!
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Guest (Guest)
26th Jul 2017
"Thank you."
I'm gonna leave this comment here simply because I just binge read the entire comic in between work breaks and on weekends, but as someone who's recently come to terms with the initial concept of /being/ transgendered in the first place, (like many others, I've denied it for years, or the dysphoria simply wasn't strong enough for me to consider transition), your comic is lovely.

It's been an absolute joy to read through such deep and positive representation, and several points have been brought up that have forced me to think about me, and my life, and what I want. And it's been a fundamental piece of me just... Figuring out who I am.

There's a couple blurbs that really stick with me but I don't want to write a full dissertation on your comic. I'll just say that the fact that unlike everyone else, Jessica didn't really seem to know from birth, that stuck with me. Because that's been my experience. I only even began to consider it when I was 13, and I shoved it down in the deepest corners of my brain until I was 20. Only when I was 22 was I even comfortable with the genderqueer label, and that wasn't even quite right.

I know who I am now. It's just... Actually making everyone else in my life aware of that too. But I'll make it, I've got a wonderful girlfriend that understands and supports me, a friend across the world going through my exact same situation, and parents that will... Probably and hopefully still love me after I break the news to them.

The coworkers are a whole 'nother story, but I'm done living in the shadow of my misery. And if nothing else, your story has helped me find that.

Thank you for producing such a wonderful webcomic.
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