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“Dents” : A High-Stakes, Post-Apocalyptic Web Comic

By Ricardo Morales

Length: Series, Updated every Friday
Platforms: Mobile and Desktop
Price: Free

Dents is a sleekly produced, post-apocalyptic series about outcasts with supernatural powers, a la The X-Men. With memorable characters, a solid story, and an emotive soundtrack, it’s a great web comic and a prime example of digital storytelling.

The story follows Eleanor, a 14-year-old girl living in a dystopian vision of the future…

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The Boat: A Free, Compelling Graphic Novel Adaptation

By Ricardo Morales

Length: 30 minutes or less
Devices: Desktop and limited mobile
Technology: HTML5
Cost: Free

I stumbled on a multimedia gem the other day. Called The Boat, it’s an online graphic novel adaptation of a book of short stories by acclaimed writer Nam Le. Cleverly designed and complete with audio and animation, it delivers a powerful message about the Vietnam War. It’s also free.

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Hobo Lobo: Free Multimedia Webcomic Retells an Old Legend

By Ricardo Morales

Length: 30 minutes or less
Devices: Desktop and limited mobile
Tech: HTML5
Cost: Free

Hobo Lobo of Hamelin has been out for a few years, but its fantasy canvas of art, sound, and sarcasm is still a great example of what multimedia can offer. Looking on it now, the level of immersion is especially worth noting for anyone interested in out-of-the-box media experiences.