If you’re all caught up with the current pages of Love Not Found and are looking for something to fill the void while you wait for the next update I’ve got some great comic recommendations for you!

Always Human – This is a story about nanobots, genetic engineering, and two girls falling in love. No matter how technology changes us, we’ll always be human.

Chester 5000 XYV – 1885: an age of industrial revolution and sexual frustration. Pricilla is a woman with needs, and her inventor husband Robert is a little too busy with his experiments to keep her fully satisfied. Science to the rescue! With a few gears and springs, the proper appendages, a little lubrication, and a lot of love, Chester 5000 is born! He’s the perfect tool for the job… but what if Chester is more than just a machine? What are the consequences of trying to engineer love?

Devil’s Panties – From dating and clubbing to trying to make it as an artist, follow along as Jennie chronicles her daily struggles, sorrows, joys and WTFs in life.

Fine Sometimes Rain – Fine Sometimes Rain follows the life of Georgia as she tries to overcome her depression with the help of her friends and family.

Fowl Language Comics – By poking fun at the daily struggles parents face, these cartoons help all of us feel less alone in our continual struggle to stay sane.

The K Chronicles – Humorous comics, often with political overtones. The official K Chronicles and (th)ink website by cartoonist Keith Knight!

Let’s Speak English – Let’s Speak English is an autobiographical comic about the author’s time as an English Teacher in Japan!

Missing Monday Comic – Missing Monday is a coming of age webcomic that follows Foyle Leaf and her growing relationship with Monday Rhodes, a girl from another world who appears one day through a doorway in an abandoned clocktower.

Monster of the Week – The complete cartoon X-Files. Comedic flair in twelve panels reviewing episodes of that wonderfully 90s Sci-Fi show, The X-Files!

My Giant Nerd Boyfriend – Having a boyfriend who’s a full foot taller than you might seem adorable at first, but it usually just ends up causing a whole bunch of minor inconveniences. Follow Fishball as she navigates the Malaysian life with her 6’5″ geeky boyfriend.

Namesake – When Emma lands in another world following a library fire, she discovers she’s a Namesake — one with the power to open portals to other worlds via the power of their name: strange, fantasy, and fairy-tale lands we know thanks to literature, cinema, and folks tales.

Rosalarian Comics – Her work primarily focuses on women and queer people, with themes of adventure, surrealism, relationships, and humor. She enjoys experimenting with different styles and media for each new work.