Featured Oct. 22, 2014
Mature, 234 pages

YOUR CHOICE… by VinoMas is an acquisitive pop-culture postmodern webcomic comedy soap opera! Featuring collage art, magazine images, photos of TV screens, and drawing in all sorts of media, this unusual comic follows the melodramatic adventures of an unlikely cast of characters, chief among them is the evil Princess January in her Disney Princess outfits which are all designed by the amazingly talented Cake Like Lady Gaga. This nasty aristocratic vampire even has her own sex slave ring! The most interesting aspect of YOUR CHOICE… is that the direction the story takes and even some of the characters are all decided upon by the audience through a Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/531051400251312/

Read YOUR CHOICE… by VinoMas, rated M.

Featured Oct. 15, 2014
Mature, 17 pages

Fuel up on this weird, horror and absurd series, with even a touch of erotic. Grueson, a creature formed from dead tissue, was brought to life by the now departed Frank Broker. Grueson lives a life of privilege and is highly educated even though he had never met his creator. The first tale begins on a dark stormy night, when a tall brooding figure appears at the doorsteps of a mansion. Suddenly suspicious activity starts to happen when visitors arriving at the mansion seldom come out alive. Grueson now has the task to figure out the most effective way to dispose of a corpse despite the fact that he absolutely does not want to do it.
Grueson is divided up into mini vignettes. The work is drawn in full pages of solid black and white digital ink.
Read Grueson by Yan Gevuld, Rated M.

Featured Oct. 8, 2014
Everyone, 306 pages

Fancy a bit of a laugh? Something to take you away for a moment from all the cares and crises of the world? Well then check out the Gimblians! It's a newspaper style 3 panel comic strip about a funny little group of surprisingly large nosed people and their daily trails and tribulations, sitcom style. There's a princess, a knight, a wizard, a mum, some kids and a bunch of silly situations to test their patience and make you smile.
This comic strip has been going for a few years now so there is a healthy archive to make your way through. Early strips start off as black and white, later on it gets a healthy dose of digital colour. This is a nice little family-safe humour comic that's produced to quite a high standard.
Read The Gimblians, by mattgasser, rated E.

Featured Oct. 1, 2014
Everyone, 30 pages

It's a Bird. It's a Plane! No, wait, is it The Rat?!
Danny is a high school student from North Side Chicago's Irving Park neighborhood and living with first world problems. He has his heart set on a girl he can't have and a low attention span that gets him in trouble. He spends his days daydreaming in class and gets reprimanded by his teacher when caught. At school, Danny gets lectured by his teacher. At home, Danny gets gets lectured by his sister. Everyone is telling him what to do, how to live his life, and how to grow up, but he wants NONE of it! All he wants to do is dive into his life of computer/video games. This town is about to need some reinforcements after a freak rainstorm, a planned building demolition, and a basement filled with experimental rats and weapons are all about to collide. The Rat features fully colored pages with digital ink.
Read The Rat by pao if you love rodents and superheroes! Rated E.

Featured Sept. 24, 2014
Everyone, 74 pages

The 8th Annual Drunk Duck Awards are here and EVERYONE is invited!
After months of planning by Niccea and the awards committee, the awards have made a strong come back in 2014 thanks to help from the community. The winners are currently being announced, so see your favorites get recognized and participate in the greatest community organized event on the site.
Sit back, enjoy the show, and visit the Drunk Duck Awards 2014 by Niccea rated E.

Featured Sept. 17, 2014
Everyone, 21 pages

Canada. Coca-Cola. Dinosaurs. Family road trip. Poutine.
Hello, Albertosaurus is a combination of all things great and awesome. It is based in Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada, in a world very similar, yet very different from our own. Our green-haired narrator and narrator's sister, Jepi, are prepared to set forth on a road trip adventure with their father. Fueled up on soda pop with a cooler packed to the brim with Coke, this fearless trio is ready to confront anything that might come their way…even if that means a towering Albertosaurus hot on their trail.
The art style has that very professional, colored with copic marker or watercolor paint look to it, but it can still be completely digital. The characters faces are so full of expressions. The friendly art style is reminiscent of cute letter stationary. The character designs are full of whimsy with simple black lines for all the arms and legs. The story is still in its early stages, but this is definitely a story that is worth reading from the beginning.
Read Hello, Albertosaurus by gurukitty, rated E!

Featured Sept. 10, 2014
Mature, 819 pages

Poor Jinn has woken into a world of which she knows nothing, not even herself, not even her name or her own nature! Trapped by priests of the order of Adam and tortured naked in a cage, she longs for revenge and escape… And that's just what happens! What will Jinn the vampire girl do once she's loosed upon the world? What of the savage priests of Adam? What of her sexy succubus saviour?
Blood bound is a dark, sexy, gothic vampire action drama story. The art is 3D rendered with cell shading. The predominant colours are black, grey, white and red- very well suited to the subject matter! -Warning: some boobs.
Read Blood Bound, by Anubis, rated M.

Featured Sept. 3, 2014
Mature, 88 pages

From the same creator who brought you Character Development, comes an endearing new story about real life as it happens. All Unicorns to Battle Stations is a personal autobiographical comic from the first person point-of-view of David “Gunwallace” Tulloch. It pulls back the curtain and gives us a peek into marriage, raising children, and the art of conversation.There are many instances in the comic that showcase the hysterical antics of children saying exactly what is on their mind, accompanied by figurative ideas drawn as literal interpretations. Additionally, there are post-dinner talks, random one-panel comics in between breaks, and Madison Todd: An Agent of God, used to poke fun at aspects of religion. Some of the conversations are so realistic that there is an honest, human like quality of this body of work that it feels as if we are eavesdropping on an intimate conversation between two adults.All the art in this comic uses digital ink and it fluctuates between colour and grey scale. The art style channels the 1950s Pop Art Movement with its clean lines while retaining realistic features for individual characters. Gunwallace is a writer by trade and a family man by heart and it shows in this comic.
Read All Unicorns to Battle Stations by Gunwallace, rated Mature!

Featured Aug. 27, 2014
Everyone, 20 pages

The Knight Watchman is a delightfully retro styled superhero comic! Take a blast back to the days of the old style superheroes of the 1950s, where good guys really are good and they look after young male wards who're scrappy fighters with hearts of gold. In this caper the Knight Watchman must face off against a mad bomber cook who has it in for a nasty old food critic.
The style her is an action superhero story in a classic newspaper style 3 panel strip. It's drawn with pen and ink and then digitally coloured with bright, primary, non-shaded tones (mostly), just like old style cheap magazine comics. This story is a real romp!
Read The Knight Watchman in The Crime Cook, by bigbangcomics, rated E.

Featured Aug. 20, 2014
Mature, 139 pages

Flash forward to the year 2046.The future looks dismal in the bleak aftermath of the “End of the World”. Our main character and hooded-sweatshirt hero, Benjamin, was born after the Earth took a nose dive and now he is left to look after himself and defend complete strangers from the mutants that lurk the planet. But this is exactly how he meets up with the ponytail sporting and seemingly anxious, Jeff. After returning back to the survival compound, they report to Anne, a very nice girl who happens to be Benjamin's childhood friend. She sends them on a quest along with a creepy stranger dressed as a plague doctor. Will Benjamin, Jeff, and the Plague Doctor be successful in making it to Fort Haven in their search to collect nonsense items?
This comic is drawn with a variety of digital mediums from a digital tablet to hand drawn sketches traced over with a mouse! The majority of the comic is in black and white, but there are also full digitally colored pages thrown into the mix. If you enjoy the Scott Pilgrim comic book series, you might enjoy the art style because it shares some artistic similarities.
Prepare to read Wastelanders Anonymous by Seabiscuit before the apocalypse, rated M!

Featured Aug. 13, 2014
Teen, 79 pages

Otto is a pretty fantastic engineer, he's the best of the best; highly paid at his company, a very innovative thinker, generous, and humble. Set in 1985, this version of reality is a little different from what we know today… in the distant past a mighty robot being crashed to earth, since then the path history took in this world diverged from our own. Advanced robots are commonplace and so are other aspects of future technology, although it's still 1985 at this time and Otto doesn't even own a TV let alone a VCR! However, Otto is on the verge of a massive breakthrough in robot technology that has the potential to change the world…
Jupiter is a scifi story comic. It moves a steady, measured pace, there's not much text initially but most of the story is well told though images. The art is beautifully digitally coloured in a luminous fashion.
Read Jupiter, by Zimeta, rated T.

Featured Aug. 6, 2014
Everyone, 39 pages

This fantastically cute comic is about natural survival, making friends with food, and the importance of having to feed a family.
Not enough food in the pantry? That is the dilemma that Mother Dinnersaurus is faced with when breakfast for dinner is no longer satisfactory for her growing children. She is about to set out on a hunting and gathering mission as she tries to bring home a filling meal for her two hungry tykes. Now that the mother's away, the tiny dinos are sure to play (or hunt for their own food).
What do you need to do when your next meal is on the run? A young dinosaur and its sibling could not be any different! One dino is empathetic towards the prey, the other is hangry (hungry+angry) and does not mind feasting on rabbit stew at any cost.
Dinnersaurus Rex showcases full digitally colored pages.The suspense in this story will have you gripping the edge of your chair, laughing, and crying.
Fall in love with the cute dino and read Dinnersaurus Rex by bemirry, rated E!

Featured July 30, 2014
Teen, 33 pages

In this comical retelling of “the Fall of Man” god is a bit of a bastard… well, we already knew that pretty much but not in quite such an entertaining fashion as this! Most of us know the story already so that adds spice to the retelling in this interpretation. I laughed out loud a couple of times! Watch as god creates the world, parties hard with the animals and then bombs out for the rest of the day… he's really got his priorities straight. This is a humour comic strip. It's drawn with pen and then digitally coloured. The style is very cartoony and stylised to enhance the silliness of the strip. I hope you enjoy the fall of god as much as I did!
by Renee Katz, rated T.

Featured July 16, 2014
Everyone, 64 pages

A mechanical robot is only as smart as its creator. Mechaniko was assembled out of steel and electronics in Dr. Reverse's lab by the beautiful Professor Susan Cinquefoil. He is ready to be unveiled for the first time as the protector-knight in shining alloy that he was meant to be. The whole town has turned up for this special occasion including the lovestruck investor, Mr. Greenwattle, and the seemingly villainous character, Colonel Steelsquint. There is only one problem–Mechaniko comes with some mechanical difficulties. This story has a touch of romance, a bunch of comedic situations, and is a sure hit for anyone who loves those post-Sputnik, giant mechanical robot stories from the late 1950s.
The first two books are crisp and in full digital color. The current arc is drawn and colored in grayscale.
Read Mechaniko by Yves Ker Ambrun, rated E!

Featured July 2, 2014
Teen, 83 pages

Sky pirates! Fierce sword fights! Storms! Vendettas! A beautiful heroine! A Dashing Hero! An evil captain! The Legend of Briva has all of that and more actually. This is the story of a young aristocrat, keen to avenge the terrible wrong that was done to her and her family. She's suffered away for 10 years in the dark, NOW is the time when people are going to get some payback. At least that's what she plans…
This is a fantasy adventure story with some great action scenes. The story moves quickly and the art is bold, bright, solid, digital, full colour, and very well done. Please enjoy The Legend of Briva by SillyHippo, rated T.

Featured June 25, 2014
Mature, 30 pages

A strong female huntress, Saphyr is no stranger to fighting insect/cephalopod-like beasts in the forest. She has just encountered a male outsider who does not speak her language. What on earth is he saying? Can she trust him? Her grandfather, and wise elder believes they can. The Cull is a fantasy with no shortage of women with body art, partially shaved hairstyles, and piercings.
This comic looks like it is drawn using traditional methods like pencil, inking, and then enhanced digitally. It is entirely in grayscale. The skilled linework is brilliant and reminiscent of the 18th century etchings of Goya and modern lithographs.
Discover The Cull by Singring, Rated M.

Featured June 18, 2014
Teen, 23 pages

A destitute young girl is forced to work as a lowly drudge underneath a castle. The people of the castle are hard taskmasters. There she suffers indignities and exhaustion, until something finally breaks… and she resolves to set out on her own.
This is a dramatic fantasy adventure. The writing is minimal but it does its job, setting the scene and the tone well. The art seems to be all digital, the colour certainly is anyway. It's drawn in an interesting style, sometimes very rough, but curiously reminiscent of the style of storytelling drawings from medieval Europe, which also somewhat matches the setting of the story, and this is why it caught my eye: A medieval tale come to life!
Read Seoladan, by Cath, rated T.

Featured June 11, 2014
Everyone, 108 pages

Grumpy Bear lives by a very set schedule and his daily routine consists of eating his Fun Bran cereal, bathing, picking out his favourite bow tie and bowler hat accessory, and driving around in his vintage car. All of that is drastically going to change when the seemingly innocent Mr. Goose lands on his doorstep and joins him on his Tuesday adventure to an art museum. Now Grumpy Bear's calm and collected life is about to become a chaotic battlefield.
This highly imaginative and charming comic is entirely handdrawn, hand-lettered, and colored using marker ink.
The Adventures of Grumpy Bear and Mr. Goose is lovingly crafted by TheGrump, Rated E. Read it today!

Featured June 4, 2014
Mature, 50 pages

The wastes are a hard place to survive in, it's a dog eat dog world out there. Lives are nasty, brutal and short. A Pair of wanderers fight for their existence in this place and along the way they pick up a young lad.
Athena Sculpture has amazing artwork, highly detailed pen and ink work with digital colour by a very skilled artist. The text portion of the comic is minimal, even the pages often only consist of a single panel; the artist is very skilled at being able to convey a lot of story with very little. It will be interesting to see how this one turns out!
Please enjoy ATHENA SCULPTURE, by DK Lombardi, rated M.

Featured May 28, 2014
Teen, 20 pages

Cross over to the Othersiders. Tobias, a typical ten year-old, lives a pretty innocent life as an elementary school student. However, after one morning of playing with his classmates, a distraught vice principal gives him news about his only sister that sends his mind into a slow tumble, and his world into a tailspin. Now that the warmth has been sucked from Tobi's life and replaced with the cool air of mystery, things are about to intensify when Tobi gets a visit by the most unlikely of visitors.
The art resembles an illustrated children's book with fully colored digital pages and highly stylized character designs. The facial expressions alone are pretty awesome. Exemplary use of color theory is executed in this comic that fluctuates between vibrant warm colors and stripped down cool colors to emphasize the mood.
Explore Othersiders, by Renester, Rated T!

Featured May 21, 2014
Teen, 66 pages

Poor Crocodile man… the guy just started work at a new office job and he's having quite a difficult time of fitting in. People just don't seem to be able to handle a humanoid crocodile in their midst for some strange reason! Everyone Laughs at the Crocodile Man is a comedy strip, it takes a little while to find its feet with the style of humour, but its worth sticking with it. You'll really start to feel for that poor guy! This is a fully digitally coloured comic, with a very pro feel to it and a refined cartoony style.
Please enjoy Everyone Laughs at the Crocodile Man v2 by Mulletturtle, rated T.

Featured May 7, 2014
Mature, 117 pages

Super-Taco is a superhero who is NOT a superhero! One day he was enjoying tacos at his local taco stand when it was hit by a nuclear bomb, he was the only survivor… his DNA somehow merged with that of the taco. Now his superpower is that he can miraculously produce super tasty tacos. Unfortunately he hasn't worked out how to use this skill to help anyone, besides feeding them.
Taco El Gato is SuperTaco is a hilarious comedy comic staring a stripy cat person and a lot of other ridiculous animal characters. They're all well drawn in a comical, exaggerated manner. The art is mainly monotone with some colour occasionally, all digitally coloured.
Enjoy Taco El Gato is Super-Taco by CandiliciousCartoons, rated M.

Featured April 30, 2014
Everyone, 40 pages

Move over 19th century, Dracula has awakened from his slumber and he is back and cooler than ever! The world has changed drastically from what he remembers and now he needs to compete with popular modern vampires who are able to walk outside with their dazzling diamond skin, perfect hair, and trendy fashion sense. Drake is about to learn how to dress to impress and fit in with the cool cats (and bats) with the help of an old school television set and his silent skeleton sidekick. Will Drake be successful on his quest to fit in with contemporary culture?
The art has full digitally colored pages with very clean lines. The style is reminiscent of an animated cartoon with hilarious mannerisms and dynamic expressions.
Read Drake the Cool Vampire, by lordbryceman, rated E!

Featured April 23, 2014
Everyone, 96 pages

Bucky O'Neill is a young chap growing up in the 1980s, He lives for videogames, Micro-machines, Transformers, and Saturday morning cartoons! But life isn't all sweetness and roses… his parents have just got a divorce, there's a bully at school and his teachers suck! This is an entertaining semi-auotbiographical but the creator of the amazingly entertaining Dungeonhordes. There's drama here, action, and snails! The art is pro, stylised, in solid black and white.
Please enjoy The Chronicles of Bucky O'Neil by Dragongrinder, rated E!

Featured April 16, 2014
Mature, 42 pages

The next exit on your right is Stainless City where ordinary people live in a fantastical world. This is a place where superheroes and supervillains actually grow old past their prime and die. In fact, the death of a superhero is the major plot point in the story. In an unfortunate twist of fate during an altercation, the costumed hero, Sappho, has just been made victim of a fatal accident. Suspiciously, the only witness at the scene was her nemesis, Chop Suey. The case is now being investigated by every law enforcement agency in town, as expected during the death of a celebrity.

This comic is done in a traditional style with mixed media on watercolor paper. The art is created using a black ink pen on top of watercolour paint, then assembled with photoshop. Some parts are a comic within a comic that are in sepia tones to distinguish it from the regular story.

Watch this exciting story unfold and read Capefall by Panman, rated M.


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