“Seeking for something different, far from the mainstream comics industry?”

The Art of Webcomics

 

Wait, where am I?

Welcome! I’m Niina Eveliina Salmelin, and it seems you have found the homepage of Numb, my ongoing webcomic. Perhaps you are a reader of Numb from some other site, or someone who’s looking for some new comics to read, maybe you’re just a lone wanderer that stumbled upon here on your journey through the internet. All the same, I’m happy to have you over!

 

A webcomic you say, what’s it about?

Numb starts with Levi and Sue, who attempt to meet again after a long pause in their friendship. 
However Levi ends up in an accident that has something else behind it than just careless street crossing. Old strains
are being brought up and something sinister is lurking around. 

Unknowingly, with his act of kindness, Levi has started a chain of events that'll lure in both familiar and new faces. 
Willingly or not, one cannot brush past the Field's call...

What would you do, if your senses start blending between what's real and fantasy?


Numb is a character driven comic and a uncanny mix of mystery, horror and drama. Both the art and story are by me, and I create the art traditionally with pencil and watercolor on A3 paper. Both the art and story have received critical acclaim around the web. Don’t hesitate to jump in and experience the story with Levi, Susan, Amy and Nikita! This ride is just about to start!

Genre: Mystery/Horror/Drama
Length:
 200+ pages
Warnings: Violence, swearing and unsettling imagery!
Update schedule: New page every monday and wednesday!

 

“With a unique story, surreal art, and lovable characters, 
Numb is a cult classic in the making miles ahead of many other horror comics.”

-Ben Howard, Under the Ink

 

Where will I start?

 

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“You’ll certainly get lost in the madness, but enjoy every minute of it!”

WintreKitty

 

“If you’re a fan of the supernatural, Numb by Niina Salmelin may be right up on your alley. The comic shines not only with color choices, but good story telling as well.”

 -RV, StArt Faire issue 14

 

“Numb is a promising new webcomic that uses its surreal art to create visually experimental psychological horror that pushes the medium’s boundaries.”

-Scary Cleve, The Outhousers