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Comic profile: Virtual Madness
Virtual Madness
What happens when technology threatens not only our privacy, but our very lives?
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Content flags: Sexual ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 6th Apr 2017
Number of comics: 25
Number of subscribers: 13
Visitors: 1318 visitors (5239 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (32 votes)

Comic description

When virtual reality becomes the standard for browsing the web, a young hacker gets infected with a new type of computer virus that starts affecting her very psyche. This sci-fi cyberpunk Noir explores the advancement of current trends, including Virtual Reality, online anonymity, as well as our very society.

Authors

KovaKomics
KovaKomics
Just an aspiring writer/artist trying to share my creativity with the world, while at the same time--hopefully--use it as a means to start building a portfolio and refining my craft.

Most recent comments left on Virtual Madness

KovaKomics
30th Mar 2017
KovaKomics
"Stay Tuned!"
Next page will be released next Thursday, April 6th.
Left on Scene 7 - 2
TheMario360
28th Feb 2017
TheMario360
HORY SHET MAN! That guy found out where she lived?! Damn.
Left on Interlude 3
KovaKomics
28th Feb 2017
KovaKomics
This page took a bit of time, but it was a lot of fun! I really wanted to play with lighting and atmosphere, and evoke some of my horror influence.
Left on Interlude 3
KovaKomics
1st Feb 2017
KovaKomics
For those who have been following my comic and are expecting multiple pages at a time, I do apologize for just the one this time. I've had technical difficulties among other issues, but ultimately, I have no valid excuse. I will put the rest of the scene out in the coming weeks though and get back on track, so stay tuned!
Left on Scene 5 - 1
KovaKomics
22nd Dec 2016
KovaKomics
As you can see, my line style is a bit different here. It's partially to experiment, but there is a bigger, narrative related purpose to it, that will be revealed in the future.
Left on Interlude 2