top of page

How to Subscribe

There are several ways to subscribe to KerBop the Angel. You can of course check back to this website periodically for new content, but KerBop can also be found on multiple places around the internet. 

KerBop is available on several Webcomics sites like Tapastic and Webtoons. For those unfamiliar with these websites, think of them as YouTube for webcomics. You create a free account, and then subscribe to creators and titles you like. They have clean interfaces, community forums, and allow you to follow creators get notified whenever they upload new content.


By following me on these different platforms, you also help me out by making my work easier to find on those channels. Links and descriptions below: 

Creator's Newsletter

One way you can follow me and all my KerBop comics, as well as all my *other* works (I blog, I have an oracle deck, I have other comics...) is to sign up for my newsletter! 

Right now I send newsletters monthly at most (unless I'm doing a Kickstarter or something.) I mainly say that because I am perpetually drowning in newsletters I've subscribed to and I don't want to do that to you :) Only important stuff, no spam, I respect your time.

That said, I do have a fun newsletter with the occasional GIF for kicks...

Screen Shot 2019-08-17 at 9.55.44 AM.png

Tapastic (

I've been on Tapastic since 2013 and it's probably my favorite platform for sharing comics. Here you can find all my KerBop comics in a single series, in roughly chronological order. Search for "KerBop" or "Kat Crow"


Line Webtoons

I'm told this is the largest platform for Webcomics there is, with the most users, and very popular internationally. 

Screen Shot 2019-08-17 at 9.57.14 AM.png

Graphite Comics

This is a brand new platform for webcomics, founded in ​mid 2019. I've started uploading Electricity is Her Element there and we'll see how it goes. 


Drunk Duck 

Also called "the Duck." This is said to be one of the first websites for hosting webcomics, and it has a super thriving community, as well as a podcast. 


Smack Jeeves

One of the first webcomics servers on the internet. It's interface is pretty easy to navigate and you can experience KerBop there in a linear, no-clutter way.

bottom of page