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  • public humiliation
    public humiliation by rmccool
    Teen, 2061 pages
    3 out of 5 pookas enjoy this comic..
  • Charby the Vampirate
    Charby the Vampirate by Amelius
    Teen, 1081 pages
    Kellwood- a burgeoning tourist town, where only a few know of the things that hide in the dark. Also Kellwood- a forest deeper than anyone realizes, another world where Faerie and monsters dwell. In between these two worlds, there is a cabin with strange inhabitants…
  • Modest Medusa
    Modest Medusa by Jake Richmond
    Teen, 854 pages
    Medusa is five years old. Her mom is a giant snake. She comes froma magical land. Now she lives with Jake.

    Updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday!
  • The Pirate Balthasar
    The Pirate Balthasar by dedasaur
    Teen, 2018 pages
    Castalia has been kidnapped by Circe. Her fate is unknown to Kane and the others. Her absence makes everybody feel uncertain and lost. Until a Messenger from the witches shows up on a golden ship to communicate what Circe's intention are and now it's up to Kane to do anything he can to get Castalia back.
  • Powerup Comics
    Powerup Comics by ShadowGamer
    Mature, 484 pages
    A comic about gamers and gaming, and a psycho PS2 that wants to take over the world.
  • Magical Misfits
    Magical Misfits by magicalmisfits
    Teen, 1739 pages
    Two Dwarfs, Wheels and Boat are commissioned to start an institute in post war Terra. They are to promote understanding between the former enemy races. Wheels has a pet project as well. Study the Mythical magicless race called Humans that once walked Terr
  • Life and Death
    Life and Death by Joff
    Everyone, 1774 pages
    Mostly my own slightly warped view on Life, Death, and the world in general.. Not really, this follows the lives of Death (Steve) and Life (Bobby) Along with the other mythical/magical beings that clutter up the place
  • Culture Shock
    Culture Shock by Hawk
    Everyone, 695 pages
    A medieval knight and a Japanese ninja are forced to share an apartment in modern America. Can they achieve their missions without destroying each other?
  • simply sarah
    simply sarah by skyangel
    Mature, 647 pages
    Award winning slice-of-life comic about life, as seen through one girls eyes as she grows up feeling shy and different to those around her, but gains her confidence from helping those around her find theirs. Contains characters and scenes of an LGBT nature.
  • Essay Bee Comics Presents Fusion
    Essay Bee Comics ... by EssayBee
    Everyone, 449 pages
    Hello, Dear Reader! What follows isn't so much a comic as it is a viewport into another dimension where you can follow my life and my adventures as the superhero Fusion. Updates every Tuesday (with occasional Thursday bonuses).
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  • Wheres Tinkerbell
    Wheres Tinkerbell by smexy_blackie
    Everyone, 2 pages
    Tinkerbell Ran away from meeee~ :
  • Dumb
    Dumb by DjComic
    Teen, 3 pages
    a parody of doom
  • Old Haien Heights Archive
    Old Haien Heights ... by Ryuujin
    Mature, 53 pages
    Old Haien Heights comics from before the reboot.
  • Life on the Fringe
    Life on the ... by Alexis
    Teen, 70 pages
    The tales of a bartending fangirl and her wierd, drunken friends. Always true, even when the creator wishes she was making it up.
  • Simple Magic
    Simple Magic by Reiji
    Teen, 3 pages
    Maeko is a magician but must be careful with her magical powers– and with so much suddenly happening in not only her own life, but also with magic escaping into public hands, this secret may be harder to keep than she thought.
  • Something To Do
    Something To Do by shirkersama
    Mature, 484 pages
    An autobiographical comic about me. It chronicles most of my senior high school year, my freshman year of college and soon my sophomore year of college.
    Updates daily.
    Everyone, 12 pages
    In a world of “Real Life Superheroes”, Real life Supervillain Circus Jaxs and his team The Offenders look like the much lesser of two evils! Together they wage war against the self proclaimed “heroes” who commonly steal from charities & commit miscellaneous crimes, all while living by the mantra that “Superheroes can do no wrong”.
  • Saviour Machine
    Saviour Machine by valgrim1333
    Teen, 1 page
    Saviour Machine is an independently published comic available in digital and print format. It follows the journey of two brothers and a mysterious girl named Jane Doe as they seek out the source that is pulling them west across the United States. The book is three parts action, drama and cheap laughs. The elevator pitch is “Abbot and Costello meets Tarantino”. Saviour Machine is recommended for mature readers.
  • Forbiden Fruit
    Forbiden Fruit by rayray
    Everyone, 12 pages
    Sana's attempts at a normal life seem to be ruined by one guy. And he seems to enjoy her suffering
  • I went there
    I went there by McVitties
    Everyone, 1 page
    it's funny sometimes, perhaps… well enjoy!
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  • Forest Reckoning
    Forest Reckoning by dpat57
    Everyone, 25 pages
    A curious dog and an untrustworthy cat avoid bears and other dangers as they struggle to discover the secrets of the Forbidden City in a post-apocalyptic world.
  • The Dark Crusader
    The Dark Crusader by jackofallnerds
    Everyone, 120 pages
    Follow the exploits of the Dark Crusader as he exercises justice on the criminals and evildoers of Danger City.
  • X UP
    X UP by plymayer
    Adult, 1136 pages
    Adult oriented comix. 1100 pages? WTF? It's only some pictures of naked/scantily clad women, some “one of” stories, jokes, etc, from my gallery of old sketches & stuff. Rated for adults, so that I don't have to censor myself.

    Hope folks do not see the 1000 pages and get scared off. Any one can jump right in pretty much at the chapter/story breaks. Read or ignore the older stuff as they fit.
  • TransNeptunian
    TransNeptunian by El Cid
    Adult, 157 pages
    A Kuiper Belt space opera. Adult/NSFW
  • Cosmos Song
    Cosmos Song by Peipei
    Mature, 150 pages
    Cosmos Song is a post apocalyptic fantasy story about a carefree young sorceress named Roxy living in a secluded fishing village known as Pyll’ar. The Outlandian villagers of Py’llar consist primarily of individuals from the old Lasochy’an commune, known for their great knowledge and fascination with the Earth, stars and the universe. The day she happens upon a mysterious individual from a distant continent, her world seemingly becomes a tidal wave of uncertainty over night. Was it the cosmos that fated their meeting or did something much more sinister bring the mysterious traveler to Roxy’s humble abode?
  • Monster Corp
    Monster Corp by Dreamwips
    Everyone, 15 pages
    There are three classes of Monster: Pet class, Civilian class, and Danger class.
    When a series of C-Class disappearances coincides with a rise of D-class attacks, it is up to three young vigilantes to find out what is causing both, and shed some light on the dark truth surrounding these mysteries.
  • Legend of Link
    Legend of Link by Andore Mordre
    Everyone, 822 pages
    What happens when lightning hits the TV in the middle of Nintendo's classic Zelda game? Probably not this. Updates Tue/Thu/Sat.
  • Half Hearted Headache
    Half Hearted Headache by JaysinO
    Mature, 167 pages
    A daily strip told in a diary format of the often mundane things I go through. I labeled it as mature more for the idea of it being from an adult's POV. Paying bills and owning a business isn't as “teen” as I thought it might have been. With that being said, I'm sorry.
  • NCIS Los Angeles
    NCIS Los Angeles by sleepyhollow76
    Teen, 34 pages
    A spin-off from NCIS…
  • HitGirlz
    HitGirlz by Coydog
    Mature, 62 pages
    BFF's Bella and MaryBeth are just typical tweenagers trying to deal with typical tweenage stuff: the cut throat popularity contest that is high school, the social minefield that is social media–Boys! Their one saving grace is their unusual after school job–Being tweenaged hired assassins for the mob.

    “HIT GIRLZ”. They're good girls–Gone badass!!!

Community Blog
ozoneocean at 12:00AM, May 23, 2017


In this Quackcast we discuss the interesting notion that censorship can actually be a positive force for creation. Sometimes working WITHIN restrictions of censorship can make you more creative and your work a lot more individual, special and more interesting. I came to this subject after reading a review ...

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, May 22, 2017

Before I begin, I must preface that this news article is brought to you by the workings of a large iced dark roast coffee (black) and a large unsweetened iced green tea. This magical concoction of caffeine has offered a rush of thoughts and clarity to the regular thoughts that ...

Tantz_Aerine at 12:00AM, May 20, 2017

So here we are after the brief intermission, back to talking about archetypes from our friend Jung.
As of course is natural, all stories have to have a plot in order to be engaging and be in a position to make their points and get them across because the alternative ...

HyenaHell at 12:00AM, May 19, 2017

As all y'all probably are well aware, I am a hilarious genius. All cartoonists are hilarious geniuses; we have to be! Well, half the time anyway- the other half we spend hating ourselves and overcompensating for our inadequacies. It's a storied and well-documented tradition dating back to the ...

Banes at 12:00AM, May 18, 2017

Welcome to part two of a twenty-seven part series about outlining simple comedy plots!

Who is the Hero
What Does the Hero Want?
The Door Opens
The Hero Takes Control

So last week we went over the first two items. A particular character who wants something on a surface level ...

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