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What's Trending: World Conservation Day

ArtCrumbs Featured Comics • Jul 28, 2022

Like nature itself, today's What's Trending is balanced between those who seek to save nature and those who seek to protect themselves from nature. The nature out there is something we rely on, but occasionally we are reminded that we are at its mercy, featuring:

1. The Valiant (2014), 427 pages - Published by Valiant, (cc/ @Valiant)

A battle ten millennia in the making… The Eternal Warrior has protected the Earth for more than 10,000 years. A master of countless weapons and long forgotten martial arts, he is guided by the Geomancers – those who speak for the Earth. During his long watch, the Eternal Warrior has failed three times. Each time, the Geomancer was killed…and a new dark age for humanity began. Each time, he was unable to stop The Immortal Enemy – a monstrous force of nature. A civilization killer. A horror that appears differently each time it arrives…

Story and Art by Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, Paolo Rivera



2. Hanako's Garden, 260 pages - Published by YasuoHatsu, (cc/ @YasuoHatsu)

Meet Hanako, a flower fairy who lives in a big, lush garden along with her two friends, Aoi and Kiro! Join them a they part take in whimsical adventures and explore the wonders of nature, growing all sorts of colorful herbs and fruits!

Story and Art by YasuoHatsu



3. Bad Natures, 28 pages - Published by The Bad Natures Comic LLC, (cc/ @Joshuavany)

A dysfunctional group of gods endanger themselves and the world around them when they can't agree on whether or not to build Heaven. Half creation myth, half fable: Bad Natures is both a story about the power of self-agency and perseverance, and a cautionary tale about disinformation and misguided conviction.

Story and Art by The Bad Natures Comic LLC



4. Petrichor, 13 pages - Published by motli, (cc/ @motli)

Bioprecipitation has claimed the world. The sun has become a dream and water floods the land. Yet, people adapt and life goes on. Technology has solved the inconveniences of nature and artificial light is the norm. But the truth is ignored. And the rain never ends.

Story and Art by motli



5. Izuna, 196 pages - Published by Humanoids, (cc/ @BrunoHumanoids)


Since the dawn of time, the Izuna wolves have been entrusted as guardians against Japan's evil spirits. Set in the wondrous world of Legend of the Scarlet Blades. From time immemorial, the spirits of nature created the Kamigakushi, a magical veil that hid them from the impure eyes of man. From that moment on, spirits and men could no longer gaze upon each ot…

Story and Art by Bruno Letizia, Carita Lupattelli, Carlita Lupatelli, Saverio Tenuta



6. CherNouma, 93 pages - Published by Cherhyuga, (cc/ @Cherhyuga)

In a certain forest rumored to have a terrifying and unwelcoming ghost, Aslop ventures to meet the ghost who is actually human; one whom is however... slightly different from the norm. Due to that difference, she is persuaded to leave the forest with him into a whole new life and a whole new family which has a strange nature like her, something she is yet to discover as her days in the outside world begin

Story and Art by Cherhyuga