Threads is a 136-page original comic anthology by the SpiderForest Webcomic Collective. Featuring 20 short standalone comics, this anthology explores many genres and interpretations of our "Spider" and "Forest" roots, from the surface of the moon, the enchanted tree's of a witch's trap, an arachnid-code-named cyber spy, and a particularly stubborn festival decoration.
Stories included in this anthology are:
Aranea by Katherine Lang of Soul To Call. In an oppressive, post-apocalyptic world, two sisters search for stars.
Maera's New Friend by Tiffany Munro of Stargazer's Gate. Spiders are friends!
Title Unrelated by G Pike of Title Unrelated: The cast of Title Unrelated stumbles into a sticky situation.
Spiderwoman's Spider Forest by A. Laraine Steele of The Ferrin: 3 kids, one intiation dare, one spiderlady, and maybe a snake.
A Day in the Woods by Star Prichard of Castoff. Vector must learn to face his fears on a journey through the woods.
Spider Problem by Ewa U. of Bits Fair. A large green spider appears in the sky above a desert town.
Idle Hands by Julia Francis of Chronicles of Oro. Mischievous twins disrupt their friend's afternoon nap with magical shenanigans.
The Spider and the Thorn by Monica N. Galvan of Moonslayer. A sage turns to dark magic to save the woman she loves.
The Trees of Aav Amur by Leah Potyondy-Edens of Arbalest: A young woman decides that you don't need a temperate climate to have nice trees.
A Shadow of the Past by Sophie Pfrötzschner of Soul's Journey. A patrol of guards gets trapped like flies in a spider's web.
Earthlight by Mathieu Moyen of 6-Commando. Man meets machine in a battle on the Moon.
On Average, You Eat Seven Spiders a Year by Ally Rom Colthoff of Chirault. While camping out, Teeko deals with an eight-legged visitor.
What it Takes: Prequel by KEZ of What It Takes. Survival is never the easiest option.
Something More by Kat Feete of Sunset Grill. The cyberadept Spider hunts a thief... and lands a dilemma.
Director's Cut by Nick Perkins of Cooties. The kids try to create a short film. It doesn't go well.
Awakenings by Kristen Kiomall-Evans of XII: Of Magic and Muses. Go back to where the wheel first turned and change is the most powerful tool of all.
Dear Spiderling by EmmaMexi of The Sundown Boys. A witch creates a spell for a loved one.
The Oil-Bag Man by Sidney Maris Hargrave of Heracles Knot. A wanderer, a bag of magic oil, and cacti.
Spider Warrior by Denise Randall of The Only Half Saga. A spider warrior's life is never a dull one.
The Forest of Madness by Colby Purcell of Lintier. The party travels the highly dangerous path to Lord Orthridge's Castle.