The Wind Through Her Nostrils is about an impulsive village girl who gets into trouble after a race with her friend, the wind.
This comic is written and drawn by Will Jeyasingham. If you like fantasy, anime, giant birds and ensemble casts, you’ll love this story.
If you don’t like any of those, don’t worry… I got you covered.
How can I support the comic?
Thank you for asking! Donations can be made through Ko-Fi. Your support means a lot and helps keep the site up and running. If you’ve enjoyed the comic so far, please share it with your friends. It’s my hope that this story finds its way to someone who desperately needs it.
When moar update?
The comic will be updated scene by scene in batches of 1-9 pages as fast as I can finish them. The best way to stay in the loop is to follow me on twitter or instagram. Or bookmark this site, forget it, then binge read in a year or so.
Does the story end?
Yes, this is a stand-alone work of fiction. There will be no prequels or sequels.
Is this for kids only? Am I too old?
No. This story can be enjoyed by ANYONE from child to senior citizen.
What’s with the content warning?
This story contains brief non-sexual nudity, cartoon violence, and some potentially scary or stressful situations. If you’re over the age of 10, I think you’ll be OK. If you’re younger than 10, you’ll probably still be OK, but maybe ask your parents to check it out first, or whatever…
Why is the title THAT?
It was the summer of 2010… I was an undergrad working in a seabird research lab trying to read journals when my mind started to wander, and the words popped into my head. I chuckled to myself, thought it could be an interesting title to a book, then wrote it down. I kept thinking about it. Imagined walking into a bookstore and seeing it on the shelf. What kind of book would it be? What kind of story would do the title justice? Then I started writing and now it’s 2019.
How did you make all this?
Check out my production diary here.
Will this be printed in the future?
Perhaps. My main priority is getting this story done. If there’s enough demand for a paper version later on I’ll consider it.
Reading any comics?
It’s hard to keep up with all the cool things people are making. Here are a few:
Haikyuu!, My Hero Academia, HunterxHunter, Agito Cosmos, Lastman (en français)