Falcon Twin is a finished webcomic. It is a graphic novel, a single story from beginning to end. It is notable for two aspects. Mainly, it takes that "innocent, unlikely heroine saving the world with devotion and compassion" cliche and tears it to tatters, but it also shows great improvement as the artist progresses from awkward sketches to developing an actual style. Compare: better one or two?
Without running headlong into spoiler country, let's just say that by the end it had given me several kinds of "what the hell?" impressions, as well as a good dose of "but what happens with - ?"
The whole thing has some downsides. It will make a much greater impression on those familiar with the anime and fantasy-world tropes that inspired it. It contains gratuitous nudity and sex and more than enough violence to qualify it as a slasher flick, though the violence at least is necessary for its main effect. If you don't mind spoilers or you're not going to read it anyway and just want me to get to the point, highlight the next paragraph.
I don't know how much of this was intentional. Certainly the basic setup was present from the start, but the author's own comments point to being forced to cut out much of the plot, as it was growing a bit too large of a project. However, in a happy coincidence, any confusion these loose ends might cause only serves to add to the central topsy-turvy effect of the story.