I don’t subscribe to all that many, myself. But I do subscribe to some; and I’d thought that I’d give three (four) Patreons that I’d suggest that you try, and why you should sign up for them. Even if it’s at the buck level.
- Freefall (Science Fiction Webcomic, Mark Stanley). Freefall is one of the best SF comics out there, only you’ll take a bit to realize it because the heroes are a genetically uplifted anthropomorphic wolf, an alien squid monster stuffed into a spacesuit, and a roly-poly robot. But it’s consistently good, and currently grappling with the highly complex ethical problem of how to deal with artificially-created intelligence. Worth a buck.
- Meg Syv & Yoko Weaver (Fantasy Webcomic) These two do Daughter of the Lilies, which is a lovely webcomic that half of you already read, and the rest should start. And it’s also absolutely worth a buck a month.
- Eric A Burns (Geek Author, Artist). Eric is an old friend of mine, and a peer of mine, artistically speaking. I don’t offer that compliment lightly; as you may have noticed, I do not exactly lack a healthy sense of self-esteem. I also find it absurd that he’s getting less out of Patreon than I am, so check his stuff out. A buck per collection of stuff (probably mostly superhero related); I’m personally looking forward to the next one.
PS: What? Geez. The fourth Patreon would be ME, of course. Surely that was obvious?