Shortly after starting their first year at Silvermount University, five young women discover they've each been chosen to protect our world and its newly discovered sister dimension. Volume 1 begins at the start of their first year of college as they learn about this new responsibility and try to find out exactly what’s going on.
Join Norah, Adele, Kendall, Paige, and Jordan as they navigate the complexities of college and discover that they have more strength than they've ever imagined.


Agents of the Realm is a College years coming of age story, taking influence from a number of timeless Magical Girl themed stories.


The story does contain some coarse language and (fantasy) violence. It also covers sensitive subject matter such as Domestic Abuse and violence, Alcoholism, Eating Disorders and Self harm

Update: One of the best things about working on a webcomic is that it allows you the time needed to help it grow and develop in a way that you feel happier with. While the comic itself will still have some heavier story points, in order to allow not only my readers but myself sincere opportunity to enjoy the journey of the girls, these themes have been removed and instead redirected towards themes that are far more healing and focused on positive growth and encouragement.




When does AoTR Update?


AoTR updates twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


I keep seeing the term "Magical Girl" thrown around. What does it mean?


Wiki says: "Magical girls (魔法少女 mahō shōjo?, also known as mahou shoujo or majokko) is a sub-genre of Japanese fantasy anime and manga which feature young girls who use magic." Obviously these aren't really "young girls" in this, but it's still heavily inspired by this genre and contains enough of it's defining factors that the title is still appropriate!


I noticed the content warnings on the about page... Some of those topics really make me uncomfortable. Do they appear throughout?


I understand the sensitivity of the nature that those topics have and will give a warning at the start of every single chapter that contains content regarding them. My goal is to handle these topics with sensitivity and respect. In that same line of breath, I don't want to over step boundaries that others may have regarding these topics and certainly don't want to spring them on anyone for that reason, either. Can't really do much about the coarse language, though. It's relatively light but if that's not your thing, sorry!


Do you guys have any other questions? Concerns? Comments! Then don't hesitate to contact me via email at theagentshq@gmail.com!


All artwork/content (c) Mildred Louis