I used ComicPress for a very long time, and when development on that ended I moved to Easel (the next project from that developer). I host a variety of different projects, not just comics. ComicPress/Easel simply didn't have the features to support the level of customization I needed. After months of reverse engineering and rewriting Easel's code, I finally found Webcomic 4. Webcomic already has all the features I wanted ComicPress/Easel to have, so using it has saved me a great deal of time. In only one weekend I had everything customized to my liking and my live site was relaunched using Webcomic instead of Easel. The extensive wiki answered all my questions, and support at the Github community was very quick to provide assistance when I ran into problems. Getting a multi-project site launched using Webcomic was very easy compared to ComicPress/Easel. I fully recommend Webcomic 4 to anyone who likes customization, many features, and quality support.