Chainey is dead, but he's also alive, he doesn't know why until he meets Maggot Boy, also known as Davey, and his friend Sam, a necromancer. Davey is an “Aware”, that's a zombie who can think, he works for chief Necromancer Lazaro, keeping the city safe from the mindless hordes who threaten it from the outside. Keeping the normals safe… But they're not the only awares in town and they're not all as nice as Davey.
Maggot Boy is drawn in a lovely hyper cartoony, almost Disney style by Flipsidered, who lives in the very same city as me funilly enough. Read Maggot Boy! rated T+
Robomeks! This stylish comic centres on 3 teenage robot mechanics whose job is surprisingly dangerous and exciting. A colorful and funny action comic with a lot of neat design moments (such as the flamenco robot who fights with his feet). In the current story, the Robomeks are called in to corral some malfunctioning music bots only to find that, of course, things are not all as they seem. A run in with a competing agency, a kidnapping, a standoff, and a high speed chase later…
Once you've read what's here on DD, there are another 75 pages of earlier material on the Robomeks website (which is linked to from the comic)!
In this fantasy story (inspired by many sources), a young boy is chosen by the god to be the land's next warrior-king. Overconfident and naive, of course he manages to get into a few sticky situations, including crossing paths with the current warrior-king who doesn't really want to be replaced. He's doing his best to live up to the expectations of his family and god, but he is after all just a kid. A kid with fire magic powers. Strangely familiar art style, accessible story, and very kid-friendly.
This is one whose feature is long overdue… Mainly because we assumed it was done already :)
Thrash metal Bones works in the back alleys, disposing of dead bodies for serial killers. But this idyllic situation is not to last. Bones is soon thrown into all sorts of trouble, everything from vicious riots, to dip in a reservoir of human waste. Bones and his fellow inmates of this heavy metal world are thoroughly gross, base, disgusting creatures, but that's what makes them and Putrid Meat so endearing and funny.
Putrid Meat is drawn brilliantly by Pit Face, and the coloured pencil colouring really enhances the grim, gritty, grotty feel of the story!
Beware, not for the faint of heart. The title says it all. Rated M.
Herbert is a powerful, conniving demon who loves the ladies. Unfortunately Hell wants him dead (or as close as demons get) for about 4000 years of back pay on his souls which didn't get condemned due to a technicality. As part of his escape, Herbert is stuck, powerless and human, in a village where he has to do miserable things like “work” and “get beat up by women's fiancees.” An entertaining story, lively art and genuinely funny writing! Put it on your favs!
In the words of Ludeshka: “…out with the old, in with nothing”
a story about the end of the end of the world.
This is an extremely interesting, dark piece of work. It's a little confusing too, but in a good way! It's about forgetfulness (the permanent kind), and death. You could almost call it Gothic. Waleran, a chubby, dorky boy grows into a thin ascetic necromancer because he wants to be a healer, but all healing magic is lost. Dimentica is a powerful force, wiping away people's memories… And the roaches must have there food!
February had 30 days. Where did the missing ones go?
Endless Winter is a dark, desperate sci-fi action story of the best kind! Lots of daring do, self sacrifice, guns blasting, double-crossing, fancy uniforms and sexy spaceships! This thing has battles, murder, revenge, drama and not much comedy, but it doesn't need it. Captain Cray and his crew of ex-pirates operate in a very hostile universe, do do what they have to, to survive.
Enjoy the detailed beautiful black and white artwork by rainingbells! Beware though, this work is on the violent side of the M rating at times.
Mystery Bread is about a crime fighting loaf of bread and his sidekick Bagel Boy! These champions of justice and right thinking people everywhere work tirelessly to foil the schemes of master criminals like “Exclamation Man!!” and to keep the general populace safe from evil forces.
In this bread themed metropolis, someone is killing the bakers, and that's BAD news for the baked goods, um people… things. They Must find the murder before it's too late!
As Timeloss is still pretty new, it isn't fully clear what's going on… scenes are just long enough to give a few tantalizing hints before the setting is changed and readers are dropped into a new situation. Would ‘frustratingly interesting’ be a good description? The art is fantastic, and enough is revealed in the writing to make a reader incredibly curious as to what's going on and what will happen next. There appears to be a number of worlds involved, some sort of tragedy, and a few particularly interesting characters- if you're a reader who likes to get in at the beginning, then Timeloss bears watching!
If you are anything like normal people, you have a fond rememberance of a specific genre of book known as Choose Your Own Adventure. A Hard Boiled Detective is a hefty slice of nostalgia-flavored cake on a modern place setting. Use links in the author's comments to make your way through the story- at the risk of ending it early! (Easy enough to backtrack though, for you cheaters.) Help Mark Jock, the best darn detective in the city, manage a new partner and solve a difficult case (and be entertained by the humor and pure fun of it). Why aren't more people doing these?
My Thingie is a funky cool looking funny autobiographical comic by Azerisii. It's about him, gay stuff, fun stuff, serious stuff, general stuff… But basically it just LOOKS so great and it's a really interesting way to make a journal/blog/comic/thingie about someone's life. Fancy seeing the world from the perspective of a young gay British fellow? Well now you can!
-Rated M. There IS poop. -_-
In this place the last surviving carriers hide from the evil queen and her draconian regime. She denies them their magic and keeps the whole population in thrall. But rebellion is stirring, perhaps Echo and Lilly, a young carrier, Have a chance to join with the freedom fighters and find some hope of a better world?
The art is gloriously lush, in a fully painted style, and the exiting story dives straight into the action! Top fantasy comic!
Amelia is a rather unladylike lady, stifled by Victorian society, whose primary source of entertainment is consorting with low criminals and swindling her peers out of as much of their money as she can. She cannot abide her uncle, the family patriach (a boor and a great one for rules) but eventually her antics push him too far- and he contracts to have her murdered. Fortuitously, the man he's hired for the job is the boss of Amelia's closest lowlife friends, and she is forewarned… but will that do her any good? Funny story, charming art (with some lovely architecture/settings), and likable characters!
You HAVE to check out this comic. Comedy action at its most awesome! Bear must get revenge for his dead mate against the hordes of green, stinking zombies! Watch as bear fights like a big brown shaggy demon, using all the weapons he has at his disposal. I don't know what else to say about this except it'd make a cool cartoon. This is a funny cool colour action comic by Zaymac. Rated T+
A man finds himself in the desert, overlooking an outpost-city. Its name is the only thing he knows. This stylish post-apocalypse comic follows the fighter as he enters the city and tries to figure out who he is and just what is going on. He is joined by a curious and untrustworthy dancing robot who wants him to do a mysterious job…
Don't you love cat girls? I do. This is a world full of them!
It's a dark, stormy night. The Amana family is being slaughtered by the mysterious and savage Zara… This is a land where supernatural forces hold sway, gods intervene in the mortal realm though champions known as “Sekait”. Dark things are afoot!
The strength of The Legend of Setar is the artwork, it's phenomenal, Mutation's colour skills are gorgeous. It's like looking at a jewel.
Harkovast is an epic fantasy tale set in a land populated by various peoples and under threat of a dark and overwhelmingly evil force. All your favorite fantasy things are here, but Harkovast is… different. Consider this: The main character seems to be a knight, getting on in years, who occasionally forgets who he is, where he is, and what's going on. Facial scars show he has not once but twice just missed having his head sliced in half (he's missing various other bits of himself too), he yells Huzzah when he runs enemies through, and on top of it all, he's got a rather unnerving lazy eye. If that doesn't inspire your confidence, I don't know what will.
The Paper Heroes are a silly bunch of funny heroes. There's Shape, Meteor, Raven, Pirate, and others, all with there own special skills and comedic talents. There isn't much more to say about them really, it's a good looking humorous gag comic about silly superheroes. Highspeed comics has a great cartoony, bouncy style, good humour, and nice characterisation!
Anatta has already made waves here on DD by being a smart, fast-paced comic with a story to tell. Many details of Anatta's word are withheld- but we do know that it's more technologically advanced than ours, and struggling with the moral dilemmas that always come with knowing just a little too much. In a world where one person can swap minds with another, identity becomes a tricky issue and people get homesick for more than a bit of land. What kind of person is Alex, a woman who rents the use of her body to others?
With their world under attack by fleets of spider ships both Aya and Takeo try valiantly to defend it. That is until Takeo is harvested by the vicious spider robots. The loss of her beloved leave Aya saddened, but determined to protect her world and her people from the spider menace, however, not all the people of her world share the same goals… Meanwhile Takeo survives as a prisoner of the Spiders.
AyaTakeo is a full colour manga style story comic by Sonia Leon and by Lloyd Prentice. Rated T+
Living With Insanity is a gag comic written by David MH and currently drawn by Paul Salvi.
The strip is about a young guy called David and all the silly things that happen around him. He lives with a couple of girls as his flatmates, one's a witch. Oh, there's also a robot head and a cat. Gag comics about people's lives are pretty common on the net, but a few have something special… I love the dry humour and deadpan delivery here and David's art is super lovely! And it's Australian. :)
Randy is a boy with two arms. One of them is a robot arm, which he got when his inventor father's evil partner killed his father, took over the company, and had the father's invented robot arm grafted onto the wounded son he intended to cut out of any inheritance and also leave with the medical bills. Got it? Perhaps coincidentally (or perhaps not) Randy is very interested in building robots. The result is an adorable little fellow who used to try to kill people but doesn't any more. Meanwhile, Randy's best (girl) friend from childhood returns and is already getting the mack put on her by Randy's biggest rival. Drama! Cute, funny drama!
Tim is a poor little turtle. He's newly hatched and hankerin' for the sea! His little instincts tell him to push for the big blue ocean but no matter what he does or how hard he tries, he just can't seem to stay there for long!
This story is only just developing here, but I hope you'll look forward as much as I do to seeing how things progress and seeing if poor little Timothy ever does find his home in the sea.
This is a beautiful, charming tale. It's funny and cute. rated E for everybody!
Not everyone likes comics with a gritty story, huge plot, and message to send. Simpler comics just about people and their lives are also appealing (especially if they have art as pretty as Good Taste's). This is obviously a character-driven comic - they have clear, believable, interesting personalities and relationships and most of the story so far is about them interacting with each other. There's more to tell here which will be got to in its own good time- that may seem slow to some, but others may appreciate the lighter tone and the feeling that the writing hasn't been overworked. Mainly, it's just fun to read.
There's this poor GUY, he's just out to have some fun, you know? Maybe meet a nice chick, go back to her place and have some MORE fun… But it doesn't work out that way. Instead he ends up drinking all night and wakes up in a strange place, like you do. Except this is REALLY the wrong place. Maybe the wrong universe!
He ended up at the hub. And met some great people.
Beautifully, painstakingly detailed! Hyena Hell's work is reminiscent of the master etchers and draughtsmen of the 18th and 19th century. The story is a trip: Through Alice's looking glass into place that's strange, and yet strangely familiar.