Featured March 22, 2012
Everyone, 77 pages

There's magic in the air… or at least in people's bodies. It's used to power the horseless carriages and everything from factories to flowerbeds! There's also a strange satellite in the sky… A satellite that's really a big spaceship that contains its own world. Magic and ultra-high technology coexist in the world of RunSpark, alongside the comedy and drama that's happening on the ground in the lives of its people. Bebe, Deedee and Princess Ubasti are in for wild time ahead!
This is a bi-weekly comic strip, in a nice horizontal format. It's in bold, stark black and white and it's nicely stylised in a cartoony, slightly manga way, with a very slick, polished look all round.
Rated E, by Hopoppo, author of the lovely Punk Pink.

Featured March 15, 2012
Everyone, 66 pages

BonkkaView is about Bonkka's view! He has some humorous and very clever observations about the world in general and more specifically from an Asian American perspective. Indeed, Bonkka is an interesting, funny and philosophical little guy. There's not much more to be said really, this is just a funny observational humour comic strip!
The format is a vertical strip, it's in lovely full colour and features really distinctively stylised and original looking characters. The art is beautifully clean and very professional looking. Rated E, by BonkkaView, who is actually Shan Shan Nie!

Featured March 12, 2012
Teen, 113 pages

joegp has already provided us with one featured comic featuring talking guinea pigs, why not another? They're irresistably cute, with their fluffy ruffles and little black eyes. And they're also pretty snarky for a bunch of semi-intelligent rodents! This comic will teach you life lessons aout getting your money's worth vs. self-preservation, the consequences of breakups… as well as practical advice on how to sleep in your car and how not to be scared of monsters. But if you learn anything… it's that you shouldn't hand your car keys over to a guinea pig.

Featured March 8, 2012
Teen, 24 pages

The name of this comic promises a whole lot… let's just leave that aside for now shall we? The style of this comic is a story based on D&D adventures (Dungeons and Dragons, not Drunk Duck). Our three intrepid heroes set off on a quest to rid the world of a nasty cult and on the way they run into lots of stinky stabby little kobolds. Eww! They're joined by a big paladin dragon fellow who helps out mightily! So what we end up with is a comic version of a story purely generated from events in a turn based adventure role-play game, which is interesting to watch as it develops and a good story writing idea generator!
The art is mostly pure black and white, with some spots of colour creeping in at times. The backgrounds are stylised but real looking while the characters are drawn like the game character “Ray Man”, which gives them a very funky and distinctive look! By Epico rated T

Featured March 5, 2012
Everyone, 864 pages

Katyn is a gadget-laden thief in a high-tech world, sneaking into a museum to nab some sellable loot. Turns out she's been chosen by fate to wield a magic sword (complete with resident Guardian of Light) against the Dark… the all-pervading influence over her world which she didn't even know was ruling it. She's got friends to help her out, but lots of enemies too. This is a big long color story with lots of creatures, fights, twists and turns!

Featured March 1, 2012
Mature, 108 pages

The world is a scary place, right? It is filled with things that are things that are human and less than human planning the end of the world or something to that song and dance. Luckily for us there is the Project Darklight! The comic follows the adventures of Girl, a creepy girl with a creepier talking teddy bear, and Amaru, the end result of a cult trying to bring a god into the world. These two partners have disappeared, spirited away by peoples with less than benevolent intents. Now it is up to Banshee to track them down before the world goes poof. This horror comic has dark lines, but pastel colors for the art which sets that tone for the story. The result is that many of the pages look like they were painted.
By Rashi, rated M.

Featured Feb. 27, 2012
Teen, 86 pages

It's not just a (redundant) name, it's a way of life. A superheroic ninja raygun-toting skeleton kind of thing, you see. Cartoon-colorful and unpredictable-actiony, this one's full of pulpy sillness. The brief chapters plonk you right into the action amongst the LSD megasharks and Nikola Tesla. El Esqueleto seems to have a wild disregard for the innocents you'd think he's meant to be protecting or something, which is good for us because it makes for some entertaining pages!

Featured Feb. 23, 2012
Everyone, 115 pages

Our Thursday feature is Little Red Robo. It's an imaginative, robotic retelling of the Grimm Fairy tales. This comic is early in it's life, so there are some big questions that I can't wait to be answered, such as “What does this company do?” “Why is everyone so afraid of a cute robot girl?” “How will our other favorites from the fairy tales show up?”
It's set in a world where robots walk alongside humans and animals. Fights out of the ordinary are an everyday feat for Little Red.
The art is stylised and ironically naive, all in heavy black and white with some detailed and atmospheric cross hatching. The thumbnail shows off the clever use of perspective featured in some of the art.
By CharlesC, rated E

Featured Feb. 20, 2012
Mature, 54 pages

How to describe El Comikaze? I'm not really sure! You don't see many comics like this one around. It's a strange, colorful “freeform” comic, almost a stream-of-consciousness thing. Ostensibly it depicts a dream, which accounts for much of the weirdness and metamorphoses. It's not quite nonsensical, there's some narrative there, but it can get a bit hard to track amongst all the dreaminess. The art is rough and grungy and experimental here and there, very interesting visually. I admit I don't really know what's going on here- but I like it and I think it's definitely worth a look!

Featured Feb. 16, 2012
Everyone, 98 pages

Crown Prince Nathaniel and his favourite squire Erin have a lot of good times back at the castle. Erin's older sister Val is a cheeky witch who has a lot of surprises up her voluminous sleeves and Nathaniel's younger brother Michael is always out to kill him… siblings can be SUCH a pain!
Medieval Mayhem is a full colour humour comic strip with neat, slick artwork, slightly chibi characters and it really is quite funny! This is all solidly “E” rated humour too and yet it still manages to be truly entertaining. I advise you to check this one out ASAP for an enjoyable light read (only 34 pages or so, easy to get though), and hopefully have it as something you check out regularly!
Medieval Mayhem is written by NovaDragon and her brother Retlock, sketched by Moon, then coloured and inked by NovaDragon.

Featured Feb. 13, 2012
Mature, 111 pages

Doctor Death is an interesting nickname, but a suitable one- this particular practitioner has the ability to supernaturally sense the pleasure and pain of those around him. Cancers, diseases, and more… he doesn't seem particularly happy about it, perhaps because it's mixed him up in a seedy underworld of gruesome murder, voodoo zombies, vampire organizations, and slightly skeezy acquaintances. There's a bit of a John Constantine flavor there. This comic is marvellously illustrated with heavily detailed inkwork, reminiscent of noir-inspired indie comics. (In fact I'd say that's just what it is!)

Featured Feb. 6, 2012
Everyone, 80 pages

Wendy, the daughter of a frontier town saloon owner, is convinced that thaumaturgy is probably the coolest thing ever. She's got a thaumaturgy card, and she's determined to save up and buy a manual so she can teach herself. Sent on an errand (to get her out of the way), she meets a tall, brooding stranger… who quickly makes a fool of himself by unwisely eating some very spicy food. During his humiliation, Wendy spies the thaumaturgy cards he's carrying, and becomes determined to tag along and learn a bit. A very stylish manga-influenced comic, by Elagune!

Featured Feb. 2, 2012
Teen, 212 pages

Shog is a small business owner, of a diner, in space. He works there with his one employee Delbort. They work, day in, day out, flipping burgers, endlessly into infinity… Customer service is the same all over the universe, Shog and Delbort deal with all sorts of silly aliens, even ones that can't understand why a coffee-burger TASTES like coffee! This is a SciFi themed humour comic strip and it's pretty funny. Very newspaper styled, all in solid black and white, usually drawn in a 4 panel vertical column. A well done comic with a respectable archive of 47 or so pages. Art and writing by Jazzy, aka John McDowell. By Rated E.

Featured Jan. 30, 2012
Mature, 115 pages

Bombshell has it all- Looks, brains, a prestigious job, a strong moral code and will to do good… and a strapless leotard that stays up! By Abt_Nihil, creator of many other featured comics, Bombshell is a visually lush vigilante comic centred on Aria Conti, a UN advisor by day and a foiler of global degeneracy by night. She's not interested in admirers or the small fish. The guys she really wants to get are the ones who she can scare (into using their ill-gotten gains for good), trick (their stooges into stopping the plot), and manipulate (into helping her take their peers down). She's not a woman to mess with! And especially don't mention the photos of her backside…

Featured Jan. 26, 2012
Mature, 764 pages

Glass Hearts is a true soap opera comic of huge scope. The author, Star_samurai, describes the genre and theme more knowledgeably than I possibly could:
“Shounen-ai & soft yaoi / angst / romance / comedy/humor After two years, a 16-year-old Charlie McDermott returns to his hometown and to his previous friends. Many things have changed, some things haven't. Old wounds will resurface, and new wounds will possibly appear as well. This isn't just a love story. This is a struggle to survive. A struggle to find an identity.”
This is a massive story, and as a bonus you have TWO versions of it to read- the original version and the new improved one, for much nicer art and much tighter writing. Glass Hearts is not to my personal taste, it has effeminate boys and a lot of relationship heavy, unrequited guy romances. BUT this is a very worthy piece of work and if we only featured stuff that was to our taste then a lot of great projects would miss out. So if you fancy getting a fix of some very manga style relationship romance with gay themes, this would be the work to check out!
By Star_samurai, rated M.

Featured Jan. 23, 2012
Everyone, 140 pages

Latchkey is a humor strip largely about four “eccentric and vaguely defective” schoolkids and friends- Maud, Pixie, Roger and Neelam. They're good kids, really- no chavs or yobs here. But, being unsupervised youths they do get up to a little bit of mischief. Roger and Neelam are veteran timewasters, and headstrong Maud seems to steamroll the more timid Pixie a bit. Schoolyard comedy clubs with bad jokes and hard rolls (for throwing) are about the worst they get up to. It's terribly charming- partly due to the innocence and partly to the Britishisms. Latchkey is a lovely afternoon's reading, especially over a cuppa!

Featured Jan. 19, 2012
Everyone, 32 pages

Sarah Liebowitz doesn't have the best life, but she does what she can. He mother is slowly dying from mesothelioma, and Sarah has to work to pay for her treatment and go to night school at night to catch up on her education.
But things are about to change for young Sarah. One fateful night at school, when the lights suddenly went out, something happened to change her life.
Vora Princess of the Skies is just starting up again after a very long hiatus, so hopefully there should be some bright shiny regular new updates! The art is stylised and a bit cartoony, but nicely characterised and it full colour. The story is just beginning but flows nicely.
By Tempest_Lavalle, rated E.

Featured Jan. 16, 2012
Teen, 131 pages

The story on this one is definitely for those who like a litle romance between their delicately-featured teenage boys. Lucas has been sent off to stay with his cousin Noelle and his aunt Lola, and part of his little trip is to help renovate his aunt's workspace. Helping with that task is Noelle's (male) best friend Ashley, who immediately triggers Lucas's protective instincts over Noelle. Of course, what Lucas doesn't realize (no matter what it looks like) is that Ashley isn't into Noelle. He's into boys. I think we can all guess where this is heading! But it's not about the endpoint, it's about how you get there.

Featured Jan. 12, 2012
Mature, 148 pages

The Greening Wars is an interesting story of the aftermath of a horrible world war in the near future. Civilisation as we know it took a bit of a battering. Biological warfare has wiped out a big chunk of the world. There are now two many camps: the UCM and the Greening cult. The UCM are the united forces of mainly ordinary surviving humans who wish to preserve and restore the old ways and return things to how they were. The Greening cult embrace change, some might say they embrace it too far… retro-viral gene-modification, costing them their very humanity.
Sargent Asteria leads a small raggle taggle team, working for the UCM, in the fight against the Greening.
There is a bit of action, a bit of adventure, a bit of furry, a bit of scifi, and some pretty funny humour too. The art is sometimes pretty rough, but also highly interesting and engaging, expressive and artsy.
Read The Greening Wars, By Sorpian451 rated M.

Featured Jan. 9, 2012
Teen, 68 pages

Gore! Gore! Gore! Gore… Hypothermian? Is that his real name? You'd better believe it. He's not the most intelligent of men, but he'll set you a proper example of an honourable man. Gore's a warrior in the service of his lord, and his newest worthy task is minding the lord's son Reef while he tags along on a patrol mission. The son isn't quite what Gore expects (he expects a dimwitted crybaby), but he's still not the ideal companion for a fierce dragon-armour wearing, dragon-riding battledude. Unless you like odd couples, then he's perfect. It's a fantasy story with sharp comedy and slick art, great characters and lots of style. Updates can be a little slow, but worth waiting for!

Featured Jan. 5, 2012
Everyone, 175 pages

The 2011 Secret Santa gift art is this week's feature, to reward all the great and generous artists that took part is this great little community project that was all in the spirit of giving. This year it was run and organised by Rokulily. Previously the gift exchange, which serves as a display for community gift art projects, was run by Niccea, but this time it's Rokulily that is the heroine of the hour! (-Corrected links by Niccea though). I hope you will take some time to have a look at some of the art created for this, maybe you'll recognise some known characters in an unknown style, or some unknown characters in a known style! Either way, there's some good stuff to look at! Merry Xmas and a happy new year!

Featured Jan. 2, 2012
Everyone, 672 pages

Kira is an avid soccer player and is looking forward to starting high school, where she hopes to
play on the soccer team. One problem- she just found out that there's no girls team. Her solution,
despite having seen all the movies, is to do her best to pass herself off as a boy. Naturally,
before classes have even started she's got the school's girls all over her and a handsome brooding boy to distract her. I suspect her little game isn't going to last long! This manga-style high school romance comic is all about Kira trying to keep up the charade while having a normal high school life.

Featured Dec. 29, 2011
Everyone, 42 pages

Step into Agthbar's world and help him play Klerfk! It's a world where time becomes space and you live for the present! Till Agthbar rips off all the shiny paper and opens it for you. Or just sit back and watch him contemplate life's mysteries, but be careful! As you can see in, he can see out and he's watching every little thing you do… Agthbar the Extemporaneous follows tortured philosophical lines of reasoning until they're all tangled up into knots of madness.
This is a delightfully weird webcomic for those that like their humour with a silly surreal flavour. The art is gorgeous, colourful and trippy.
You can buy his books at Gnartoons.com
by James Stanton, rated E.

Featured Dec. 22, 2011
Teen, 105 pages

The world of the Ultranimus is a strange one. Is it a game, dream or reality? No one knows for sure… but the important thang is that Gofero needs to become a knight with the help of a magic pretty bow or his fat stupid dragon freind so he can impress his lovely princess Piera who is really an evil supervillian who wants to take over all of the entire world!!
Here you will find comedy, weird, funky drawings, a weird funky story, super heroes, super villains, fantasy, knights, a princess and a dragon.
And very regular updates.
by Primalx3, rated T

Featured Dec. 19, 2011
Mature, 332 pages

Soup is a nice food- it's made of lots of yummy things all put together and simmered to make a nourishing meal. This comic seems to be shaping up rather like that- several main characters have been introduced, seemingly unrelated but with similar situations. The story is a bit of dark whimsey so far. It starts in a supernatural courtoom- a comic creator after my own heart! Bo LeRoux is not a true zombie. He's undead and all, but he doesn't really subscribe to the zombie way of doing things and got himself in trouble for it. Amanita sees death (and other apparitions) everywhere she goes, racking up a sizeable stack of complaints. And the newest character looks interesting too! Their judge isn't pleased- she's sendig them all to Oubliette Prison. Doesn't sound nice!


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