Jeffrey's Monster is a webcomic about a scientist and his creation, as well as the diverse characters that live in their world.
Written by E. M. Wixen and Illustrated by Sarah Broberg.
It is easy to know the beginning of a story—it will introduce itself the moment you take notice of it. The difficulty lies with worlds. There is often no one around at the start of one to tell us how it all came to be. There is even some question as to how our world came to be—whether with a word, or a bang, or a word so loud and powerful that it sounded like a bang. But however ours started, there is little mystery as to where Jeffrey's dimension came from. It was a spot of tea.
The unknown comes from who spilled the tea, although there are plenty of theories regarding that. Still, the event is clear: a spot of tea landed on a clean piece of parchment and for some reason (again, theories abound) no one sopped it up. Thus, the stain was allowed to soak in, and it grew and grew and took shape into little towns, cities, and sprawling lands. As with any fertile haven, there came creatures to fill it.
Since the tea and parchment came from our world, hints of us also seeped through, creating and forming something familiar yet different, old yet new, where actions have power but powerful words have consequences. Generations passed and the parchment world grew clearer and deeper, forming colors and characters and becoming something wholly itself, with a touch of soul, some say. They also say that every story must have an end…I say they need not have endings, just punchlines.