A Tale of Fiction

Everything About Fiction You Never Wanted to Know.
NOOOOOOOO!!! Why did it have to be the Teevee? Now we'll never know how the third season of "Unhuman Rogue Wrestlers" ends!

After all, you didn’t even bother to name your particular species; we defined the whole bunch of you as being NOT-human, so you must be a what, monster? That makes sense. After all, you are digging the mines, I am writing – as in, putting words together, making stuff up, naming things.

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An English-language web comic written and drawn by Felix Schittig and Kilian Wilde and updated on Mondays and Thursdays. A Tale of Fiction is the continuing story of the adventures of Harper, his roommate Vauxhall (or 'Room'), and a Shapeshifting monster unhuman they've named 'Sneaky' and their fight against the Department of Unethical Fiction (or DUF)'s government of Fictionaria.

The comic oscillates between gag strips, often based off real-life experiences of the comic's authors or their friends, and an over-arching storyline dealing with the aforementioned DUF. Major questions still abound about the circumstances surrounding their rule, how they gained power and what happened to the former ruler, the mysterious King.

A Tale of Fiction has a large amount of background material on the world and other goodies available on the site via Vauxhall's "Dragbook", including an in-universe news feed, an ambiguously DUF-critical web-column (updated roughly twice a month) and an in-universe webcomic called "Bison and the Boar Boys" (originally updated every Tue/Thu/Sat, but often subject to Schedule Slip, now on indefinite hiatus).

It can be read here.

Tropes used in A Tale of Fiction include:

Sneaky: Fuzz flew away? Like... by himself? Without an avivessel?
Gidders: He does that from time to time.