That’s right guys, I have even MORE werewolf webcomics to share with you! It just goes to show you how absolutely awesome werewolves are. If you missed the first list go here. As for the second list, look below.
(Click the titles to view the comic)
Eldritch follows the life of Faith, a lycanthrope, and her pack of unusual friends: Maggie, a self-proclaimed “Crowtengu,” Dylan, a developing coyote spirit guide, Todd, a Bzou (or fairytale wolf), the mysterious Seamus, and Gaoth, one of the fae folk who is not only the local “Oberon,” but also owner of the paranormal bar and nightclub The Layline.
About Larry Wulff, who transforms into the vicious werewolf known as Lucky Dawg. While Larry thinks Lucky is a ruining his life, Lucky is really a force of good. Lucky does, however, have major attitude issues.
Peter is the Wolf
This comic is about, Peter Stubbe, who is a less-than-average werewolf… And also the only male of his age group in his town’s pack. He has to deal with corporate capture squads, strong werewolf women, and much more.
About three Americans, who end up winning a trip to Romania. But they didn’t read the fine print and are now the unwilling pets of a 500 year old vampiress. This comic has more than just vampires though, there are also werewolves, ghosts, magically powered mechanical dolls and more.
Clan of the Cats
Yeah, I know, the titles doesn’t sound very werewolfish. COTC is about a witch, Chelsea Chattan, who is also afflicted by an ancient family curse. In times of stress she transforms into a black panther. This, coupled by her increasing magical power, makes having an ordinary life rather challenging. I hear that this comic also features werewolves, so don’t worry, it’s not all cats.
A Werewolf Story
A kind of classic werewolf story about a man that gets bitten and then has to deal with being a werewolf.
There are even more werewolf comics out there, but they are, uh, not that good. So I’ll end this list here, if you guys know of any other quality werewolf webcomics I missed let me know.