Welcome to Tales of Midgard!
You'd like a high fantasy comic with steampunk elements and an occasional reference (really not as common as the title suggests) to Norse mythology? Tales of Midgard is the webcomic for you!
Here's a brief description on what to expect:
A world of cogwheels and steam engines, magic and mysticism. A place where locomotives run across the plains and people communicate with magical items called “orbs”. Here, kingdoms flourish, peace is kept by the order of knights and mages use their talents under the guidance of the mages guild. In this land lives a young woman, Anne White, and this is her story; a story of adventure, with gallant knights, almighty wizards, war of such magnitude that have never been seen before, and peace with unimaginable prosperity and joy. In short, welcome to the story of Midgard.
From a more technical perspective Tales of Midgard is a long form webcomic. It's ongoing, and currently it's only at the very beginning of the story, so there's a lot more to come. The comic is done by two people: Liz, who does the art of the comic, and I'm the author. We update regularly, once every three weeks on Fridays, the last update was yesterday. Currently there are 4 chapters, or in other words 97 pages. We're planning on having chapter-by-chapter updates instead of the popular page-by-page update system that's often used with webcomics. On average a chapter is (exactly) 21 pages, tho in the first volume you won't really see this, because the first chapter's a lot longer than the average. The exactly 21 page/chapter average is only important for a single reason: every 10 chapters form a book/volume and the volumes are planned out to be print friendly, while single chapters are not. We currently don't really plan on having a print version, but having the option is nice. From a technical point of view I'd say it has some traits of eastern manga and western comics, thereby making it an odd mix, but that's a far too deep rabbit hole for me to dive into...
And for those who are actually interested after all this, here are a few pictures (large images ahead):
Hope you'll like reading it as much as I like writing it. I'd also like to hear you opinion on it (likes and dislikes as well) and the reason why you felt that way. Have fun reading!