Nightshade the Merry Widow

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Dreamwalk Journal
Author(s) Ed Kline (artist/writer), Kishma Danielle (co-writer until 2014), Lee M (story assistance, 2015-).
Website
Update schedule Daily
Launch date 2011
End Date ongoing
Genre Science Fiction, Erotica
Rating(s)
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Nightshade the Merry Widow, originally The Widow is a webcomic with strong erotic elements featuring humanoid arthropod characters. It is a successor to Dreamwalk Journal by Ed Kline and Kishma Danielle, continued by Kline solo following Danielle's passing in 2014. In November of that year the story went on hiatus to allow for a rerun of Dreamwalk Journal.

As from August 2015 the comic has been officially co-credited to Lee M and Kimber C as co-writers, and to Bob Partridge for his help.

Synopsis[edit]

The planet Cyeatea is home to a lush three-dimensional forest inhabited by numerous species of anthropomorphic insects and spiders, naked apart from waistbelts which they consider necessary for their decency, and possessing human-style (and universally compatible) sexual organs. In their society species prey upon each other, non-lethally but always erotically. Regular characters include Nightshade, the eponymous black widow spider and her fly assistant Peppers, and the honeybees Queen Leonurus, Theta, Damiana and Dill the scientist. Some strips are sexually explicit, but this is simply one aspect of the complex society depicted and the adventures that take place therein.

Note that the early part of the archive on ComicFury confusingly repeats some sequences.

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