Webcomics aren’t a novelty. Nor are they this up-and-coming thing I “have to tell you about.” They are part of the cultural pantheon, the nerdy landscape—launching successful careers, conventions, and memes that have adorned everything from t-shirts to energy drinks. But sometimes, even when a comics genre is known, it’s great to pull it out of the pile and discuss what makes it special. In this case, slice-of-life comics.
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Traditionally, when a comic book character dies, it's fairly safe to assume that they will eventually be resurrected in a not-at-all surprising turn of events. In Stephanie Barros' Fantasma, though, a person's life doesn't even really begin until they die, which is cool. Less cool -- people still have jobs in the afterlife.