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Unknown Lands

Last update: 1st Dec 2020, 8:00 AM
Graphic Violence / Gore Occasional Frontal Nudity Sexual Situations Frequent Strong Language
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A story about a bunch of punks with too much power for anyone's good.
*Sex, drugs and violence*

A bandit, a runaway heir, and a spirit-eating hunter end up bound to a dangerous pair of monsters called the Unknown. Forced to follow the whims of the Unknown, they travel around this northern world and face evil elves, bloodthirsty hunters, mythic monsters, ancient sorcerers and mysterious deities.
...And try not to kill each other.

Updates Tuesday and Thursday!


Comic book artist and illustrator.


Most recent comments left on Unknown Lands

The person creating a professional level webcomic for free owes absolutely nothing to no one.
Or to be more specific, don't know what symbols are for social media or how to use them. English isn't my first language, so I'm not positively if there's s distinction
I never said anything about wanting more pages or caring about it being a free comic. I just think it's inconsiderate given the state of the world, to disappear and leave people wondering. Not everyone has or uses social media to check different sites to see about it.
seems like if your goal was to get some magic mojo you in fact would not wanna go after a KNOWN strongest champion or whatever so im not sure how this plan is supposed to work
Hey uh, maybe try not to sound so incredibly rude and entitled when you ask people for updates? If you actually really cared about Toherrys' health, like you are claiming, you coulda maybe tried clicking that twitter icon above her artist's comment. If you had you would have seen that she is, in fact, okay and still around. She is a professional comic artist who actively works for Marvel, DC, and other major comic book companies, and is currently working on some big titles for them. If you genuinly care about her art and want to see more of it, you could always consider buying those issues to support her, if you can afford it. She also has a Patreon you could support her on and see more of her art. Also, checking her twitter would have shown you that she still very much cares about this project and is planning to return to it once her schedule is less hectic.

This is a free webcomic you give nothing to enjoy, and you are a random stranger on the internet. I get being upset when a comic you like goes on hiatus without a word, and yes, maybe Toherrys could have come to comicfury and said something, but honestly, you don't pay her for this content, she owes you nothing. The least you could do is not call her rude, insinuate she doesn't care about an obvious passion project she loves, and accuse her of single-handedly ruining your ability to enjoy ongoing webcomic projects. And if you really cared that much about her wellbeing, you could have done the minimal amount of clicking around to find her other social medias and checked up on her.