Fantastic art and compelling writing tell the story of three men who are beyond human. A wild half-man who seems to like stopping evil a little TOO much. Another man who recklessly puts himself in death's way and has an important secret to protect. A third seems like a typical lazy moocher, until his black cloud of emotions get the better of him. What do they have to do with each other? Perhaps the prophecy will answer that…
Bairei is a bit of a player- well, more of a sleaze really. However the one woman he wants (the woman dating his rich adoptive father) he can't have… meanwhile the beautiful Rui has decided she needs to expand her circle of friends (the old ones are getting kinda catty). This manga-styled comic has all the guilty pleasures of a soap opera and none of the feminine hygiene commercials. Reads R-L
It's Opey's first day at school and he's a little nervous. Not because his dad seems to be a real weirdo who gives bad advice, or because the city he lives in (which he's never seen before) is some sort of manic psudo-future populated with robots and clones… but because he's afraid the other kids won't like him. You actually feel bad for the poor guy as he realizes people are afraid of him because he looks like a bomb. Fun, absurd, sad, and smart- oh and it looks nice too.
Fun to look at, fun to read, Starsign is just fun all-around. Siblings Petre and Mia are occultist weirdos who like to fight zombies and demons and seem to have some rather disturbing (yet strangely fitting) personality quirks to boot. Amazing use of color and design, lots of entertaining action, this one will go on lots of Favorite lists!
A lovely black-and-white comic, Cloud Eagle incorporates both American and Japanese style elements to tell what is turning out to be an interesting story. A group of teenagers focused on protecting their urban turf have trained themselves to be superior martial arists and a force for other gangs to fear. This time they may have to deal with more than they bargained for, with a kidnapping and a plot to consolidate gang factions.
This suspiciously adorable comic consists of the brain bubbles of an artist- all those little, random thoughts and ideas that a person can't get out of their head. It's cute, it's simple, it will give you a little smile on update days. You might even learn something- like even the gloomiest angst-ridden person is still a slave to a mew-ing kitty.
A manga-styled story based on the tale of Faust, a man who sold his soul to the devil in exchange for power and knowledge. The beginning of this comic focuses on Claire, the woman who for some reason feels obligated to the young doctor despite the village's hatred of him. Then again, they have a point- why ISN'T he doing anything about he plague? He seems to just mope around and drink coffee all day.
From the fella that brought us Blip and Action comes the story of Hiro, a boy who is learning martial arts at the Oyama School of Defense. Things aren't so serious though- he's not THAT great (yet), although he does try to stop a pink ninja from bullying a kid. When he gets picked on by the rest of the rainbow ninjas he has to explain his side of the story, but…
A young boy, convinced of his own uselessness, sits down near a bridge in the snow to have a good mope. Soon he gets a strange visitor, Death, who takes the boy with him because he needs an apprentice. The boy must have promise, although Death finds him annoying and stubborn (and probably whiny) from the get-go. how is this going to work out?
A boy wakes up in a London overrun by zombies and other monsters… sound familiar? Well, this comic is nothing like certain movies. In this case, the boy is a monster himself and finds other monsters to team up with in order to first survive, second save the world… Deceptively simple art and a number of endearing characters (not to mention a good ol' monster story) make this a great read!
Te Gustan los comicos del web espanoles?
*snicker* well even if you do, speaking even a single word of Spanish won't help you understand this very funny (but spooky strange) comic! Super cute simplistic art, recommended on a very high LOL to panel ratio!
Like any good silent comic, Action doesn't have any words. Wait, let's try that again. Action is all about action. It's a story conveyed through visuals only- but what visuals they are! The art (kinetic, striking, beautiful, scary) moves things along in this spine-tingly tale of a man battling the supernatural. Mostly it's just really cool!
At every college party, there's someone who shuts themselves in the bathroom and starts throwing up. (At least, that's where you hope they do it.) In this case, it's a girl… with a sword? Who is this failed ninja and how did she end up here? Fun story and likable art- also, Master Buddhafist has a wicked fro.
A pharmacist is run over by a tram and ‘repaired’ by a couple of kind-hearted, experiment-minded hicks. Okay, maybe they aren't hicks, but they're freckled and they have the accent. Abigail takes a very forward fancy to the pharmacist, who doesn't protest too much, but her brother Earl doesn't approve… Rated M!
In the abandoned ruins of a stony castle, high in the mountains, a young shepherd honors his dead parents. His world is at the end of an era. Things are not completely quiet however - he is interrupted by a battle between a barefoot knight and an enormous warrior. A professional-level fantasy comic with tons of atmosphere!
This unusal and somewhat abstract comic follows the dream of a sleeping stone… or is some of it not a dream? The page-by-page progression of events is certainly dreamlike, describing a continuing chain of actions which build upon each other (with quite a few visual symbolisms to boot). A black dog, a white figure, and a letter…
What if DD webcomics were tv shows, and its characters (or rather, the people who play them) were celebrities? This community project aims to find out! A myriad of ‘actors’ are invited to a mountain resort to get away from the stress and demands of playing their DD roles. Now they have to get some kind of break from each other!
Ben has recently moved to Templar, Arizona. It's an unusual town filled with unusual people, including Reagan - a big, brash pottymouth who probably knows everything in the world. While Ben tries to quietly settle in, Reagan takes it upon herself to be his friend and show him the ropes, as well as banish some of his shyness and naivite.
Nuclear Neal is a popular and powerful superhero - too bad he's a complete meathead, a bully, and completely loathesome. His biographer Frank knows the truth, as does his manager Gertie - both people who are paid to make Neal look good. However they have an enemy in the form of Captain Oblivion…
Marshall loves Nate. Marshall is also an enormous naive crybaby, but Nate still loves him, sort of. Nate mostly just needs Marshall's body fluids in order to maintain movement in his body, which has gone on living after his technical death, which understandably causes Marshall some emotional conflict. If you're not into plots, just remember- it's about cute guys and love.
Shanna is an average high school student, except she's a lesbian. She's madly in love with Amy, but the catch is that Amy doesn't want anyone to know. The evil and manipulative Layla knows their secret and uses it to blackmail Shanna into all sorts of things. It's started with making Shanna do Layla's homework, but where will it lead…? Also, Layla is a lesbian too. Lesbians!
Dave's village is in grave danger- unless he succeeds at a long and dangerous Arctic mission, his home will be destroyed. One problem- Dave is hopelessly inept. His assigned companion Steve (a polar bear) is more capable, thankfully. Will our canasta-loving hero prevail? Well, probably not, but you never know.
While a love-struck (and very emo) protagonist seeks the woman of his desires, his friend is there not so much for support, but for some great comic relief, much to our benefit! An awesomely computer-drawn comic that will indulge the senses, and give you a nice chuckle on occasion!