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Gargan and Humon Gargan and Humon were giants. In fact, they were bigger than giants. They were titans. They were so big that, when they stood up, they blotted out the sunlight beneath them and made it as dark as night for miles around. In fact, so big were they that people who saw them often mistook them for mountains. This was understandable, as neither of them washed that frequently and they often ended up with trees growing from the dirt in the deep crevices in their skin that on us would be mere lines or pores.Gargan and Humon by RichardCowen
Gargan and Humon were the last of the titans to walk the earth’s surface. All the others had been destroyed in the war with the gods, or had fled to dwell in the dark places beneath the world, but the gods had long since given up trying to kill the last two. Lightning bolts barely caused itches on such massive creatures. Plagues just passed their immune systems by without even causing a sniffle. The gods once sent a mighty dragon, plucked from the surface of the moon, to devour th
Some gates aren’t meant to be opened. Atrina Vilanar stumbles through a gate into the tightly controlled world of Wynd, leaving behind her sister, Leawyn, who’s certain Atrina isn’t dead. Her search leads her through the dark secrets of her lineage, and straight into another mysterious gate. Open gates are open doors to the things on the other side.
Caed is a cursed man on the run from his past. When Mina Rosser disappears into the increasingly dangerous forest, he’s given an opportunity that might free him from his curse. Instead, it leads him back to something he thought he left behind twelve years ago: Stargazer’s gate.
Tiffany Munro is a neo-impressionist artist and cartographer wearing badass goggles in Winnipeg, Canada. At one point she got the bright idea to start painting and hasn’t stopped since. (She won’t admit it but she actually had to be dragged to art lessons in the first place.)
She likes digital art, speculative fiction, and wearing clothing hundreds of years (and maybe a timeline astride) out of date.
She's proudly Canadian, queer, and never forgot she loved coloring outside of the lines too. Her cat is the man of the house, earning his keep by preventing her fingers from getting too cold to art by lying on top of them when she's trying to draw.
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She also has this here webcomic about gates between worlds, virtual reality, and the queer people inside of them trying to figure out their selves and their world.