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!
That's right, let the coloured pic suck you in to this masterpiece… But don't get too comfortable! Scorch is gloriously sketchy, black and white and lovely. It's about a young girl, a demon in her closet, devilish deals in souls, Halloween, and candy. Rated E for everyone!
A band of impressive superheroes have just gotten a new rookie on the team. Will the new guy have what it takes, or will his lack of experience endanger the rest of the crew? Find out as you follow THE ORDER on their adventures against the bad guys! Nice art and some great dialogue! Check it out!
Live vicariously through TnT's autobiography comic, if you like sports (namely hockey), radio shows, and people being jerks to each other. TnT the Comic is a surprisingly funny gag strip with a dirty mouth and lots of chutzpah. The facial expressions are the best part. (Rated M)
Abbey is a gnoph, a human-like creature with a few surprises up her sleeve. One of her unusual traits is her internal parasite named Scut. One of Abbey's (or is it Scut's?) powers is the ability to travel between worlds… but during one trip, she ends up smack in the middle of a medieval revolution. Now she and Will (the person she both saves and damns) need to find the material that will prolong their lives.
This magnificent collaborative project run by Kingofsnake features Drunk Duck artists reinterpreting each others work in imaginative and clever ways. Visit to see pages from some of your favourite Drunk Duck comics drawn by other artists here at DD, see what kind of a job they do and how they do it!
- rated T+
Nadya isn't like other women. After suffering a tragic death, she awakens in a land that is beyond life but not entirely past death. She must seek a way to discover where she is and how to return to the land of the living… and although she is guided (or guarded) by a mysterious shadowy immortal, not everyone wants her to reach the end of her path.
Harlequin and Pierrot are flip sides of the same coin, and they'd do anything for each other. So, when Noble Lady Colombine and Pierrot fall in love, it's no surprise that Harlequin helps them both escape the clutches of Lord Pantalone! A great take on 15th-18th century Italian theater, this comic has lots of action, bright colors, and some really funny dialogue!
Not too long from now, the demons of the biblical apocalypse rise forth from the bowels of Hell to reclaim a world that was once theirs. The demonic uprising threatens humanity's very existence. However, the demons may also be humanity's last hope… An epic in the making, with a great visual style, perfect for you post-apocalypsers!
Worlds at War is a massive web comic project that picks up directly where the first Cowboys and Aliens graphic novel left off. Zeke, Verity, and War Hawk have just defeated the House of Dar. It will be up to our heroes to outwit the technologically superior Angaarans.
The concept of luck was sentenced to walk the Earth as a human. She doesn't know why. But she's not alone. Meet Marlin Sainlevie, owner of a massive corporation and the man-made galaxy it controls. He's evil incarnate - and Luck's only hope. Whirlwynd paints with a surrealy beautiful pallet. Noir has never looked more colourful! (Rated M)
In Human City, super-powered beings are bank-rolled by the town magnate to take down criminals. Only these ‘heros’ seem to have no moral code. They bully their way through and never, ever hold back. It makes you wonder who the bad guys really are!
Nice detailed drawings and some great action here! (Rated M)
“The play of warp and weft create the tapestry of Daidal; neither is anything alone, and the whole is more than the sum of the parts….”
If you are looking for something different, try this one! An amazing. surreal story of adventure and magic. Every page is like a painting!