Eh, fuck it. I'm half-asleep and willing to shill the comic I work on. The Sisters is an urban fantasy comic that is nearing two years old, and it is about three sisters who all practice magic on some level in Quincy, MA. The whole first arc deals with someone trying to get involved in their lives for ulterior motives, and the second arc is more about the destruction of their support network.
It can get talky at points, but the characters are meant to be human and biased and really more concentrated on getting by. No real political stances, or blatant fetish fuel. Some gore, some sex, some violence, some body horror. Nobody is supposed to be a role model.
Part of the goal was to make an urban fantasy that wasn't about vampires, fairies, and shit like that. First arc is tangentially about Satanic cults and the second arc has more spiritism and Native American mythological cryptids.
Is it good? I'm biased, but I think it reads consistently and the only outliers are the early chapters. If you want to check it out the links are below. We do 3-5 pages a week, posting them on Thursdays or Fridays in the evening.https://tapastic.com/series/The-Sistershttp://thesisters-comic.com/
As for other series, >>89370910
A Better Place is solid and I would recommend. https://tapastic.com/series/martyryouth
Martyr Youth is about kids in LA in the 80s forming a band, doing drugs, and I enjoy it.http://poodledooples.com/comics
Love Me Like an Autograph is a good road movie little comic and the author is making a wider work now with some of the characters.http://www.drugsandwires.fail/
Drugs and Wires is a great cyberpunk comic set in an alternate 1995 Russia. Has some amazing art at times, really an enjoyable read through and through.