Chloé C’s Go Get a Roomie is, we aren’t even sure how long, it’s been going for over 6 years – and going STRONG at that!
It’s a fantastic journey of self discovery, human sexuality and it’s relationship with romance. And one of those great series where you get to see characters grow, develop and change over time.
This makes it hard to describe without spoilers, but we’re gonna do our best to kinda ‘sell’ it. Cause we love it.
Heads-up right away, this is not a porn comic, but it tackles human sexuality in a very hands-on way. So everything’s about to get pretty NSFW from here.
‘Roomie’ is a life-loving free-living hippie kinda gal – She loves people, beer and getting naked.
In the beginning she kinda ‘knows’ everybody, and has a lot of string-free lovin’ with folks.
But she does love to help people, which when she meets Lillian makes things a bit complicated.
Lillian on the other hand only has strong connections, with incredibly few people. Namely her family; as she spends most of her time in bed.
When she wakes up to find Roomie in her bed, she’s repeatedly woken from her dream-world, and has to choose between leaving the house or pushing her away.
And then there’s the dazzling array of interesting folks they meet and befriend on their journey;
– Richard, Ramona’s twin brother and everyone’s favourite Bitch. Pretty much always happy for an ass-slap.
– Ramona, Richard’s sister, and everyone’s favourite Dom, from afar, whose always down to show folks whose the boss.
– Lillian’s brother Allen, his fiance Evelyne and their occasional man-lover Steve.
– Mr Kitteh. Meow.
– WOC, the “Wise Old Crone” full of stories, advice, and when the time needs; Sass.
– Jo, the Bartender. Kilt-wearing, hi-jinx loving, but very quick to shut down a ruckus. His bar is decorated with non-decorative weaponary.
Honestly, we tried to find ‘entry points’ to help people start reading with the refined artstyle and the very different, developed characters – but 1) The beginning of the comic is still hillarious & awesome, and 2) The comic just wouldn’t mean nearly as much without seeing the characters grow and change.
This comic is long, but worth it – And if you’ve got time, we recommend a good ol’ BINGE!