Digital Comics


  1. When Darkness Presses by Emily Carroll (horror): A young nanny housesits while the family is away, but the house isn’t quite the same at night.
  2. How To Remember Anything Forever-ish by Nicky Case (nonfiction): How to practice spaced repetition to improve your memory.
  3. Click and Drag by xkcd (exploration): I expected the world to be sad. And it was. And I expected it to be wonderful. It was. I just didn’t expect it to be so big.
  4. Failing Sky (Ch 1: The Sinking Ship) by Scout Tran (literary fiction): A collection of 30 inter-connected stories about a group of six friends and the teenage girl (Qiao) who tries to bring them back together in their old age.


The Eyes by Jaui De Castro: mystery about visibility.

Heavy Lights of January by Boulet (short): immersive light.

Cabramatta by Matt Huynh (nonfiction): autobiographical comic about growing up in a community of Vietnam War refugees resettled in Australia’s heroin capital. (cw: racism, violence).

CCA Digital Anthology: Work from previous years of Digital Comics (the bottom titles are digital comics, the top titles are thesis work).

Queers in Love at the End of the World by Anna Anthropy (not a comic): what do you do at the end of the world?

Touch Sensitive by Chris Ware (literary fiction): A woman reflects on a painful relationship. (iPad only). (cw: body shaming).