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!
Amber owns a pet shop containing a neurotic hamster, a psychotic gerbil, a germophobic snake, a dim-witted lizard, a budgie that thinks he's a hawk, and lots of other interesting and funny stuff! Stop by and check it out!
This is a story about what happens when a little girl befriends two aliens.
pastel masterfully uses several different drawing styles, and the story is just a seriously cute and fun read! It's okay, Mr. Macho Guy, you can go and enjoy it too! We won't tell anyone. ;)
Simon lives a dull life, works as a clerk at a dead-end job, and just generally gets by with no aspirations of greatness. Until one night a mysterious looking cat creature changes his life forever! Nice art, clever dialoge! Check this one out. Rated T
When an unexpected event triggers dormant powers, the super-humanly charismatic SUPERCHUM is born. Now it's up to him and his super-powered friends to save themselves (and possibly even the world) from a diabolical gathering of the un-friendliest of super-villains. If you like classic superhero comic book art and storytelling, you'll love Superchum!
Greedy, sadistic upper management, a produce manager that has ‘Nam flashbacks, stupid customers, secret chambers, and lots of slackers working for minimum wage. There’s always something funny going on at The Corner Store! Thank you! Come again!
The exact cause of the infection is still unknown (or… is it?). Now several Drunk Duck users AND their characters have turned into flesh-eating (and cheeto eating) Zombies! Dang it. I hate when that happens.
How will this all resolve? What will happen next? Nobody knows for sure. Be sure check out this cool community comic!
Been Better is a comic strip based on the almost-happeneds, I-wishes, dreamed-it-ups, and wouldn't-it-be-funny-ifs of creator Jimmy Purcell… who claims it's an autobiographical comic, but there's no way it can all be true. Like a slice of life comic, but with more punch - with the extra flavor that an overeager and slightly mad cast of characters can add. (rated T)
The Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan are a band of unlikely (and unlikable) outlaws living in the woods. (Their land is also oppressed by a greedy ruler and his tax collector.) Unlike a similar group of outlaw heroes, they have no scruples and even fewer social graces. They don't mind a bit of banditry when they can get it, and they spend an awful lot of time being drunk… (Rated M)
What happens to your creations when you die? Do they experience and afterlife? Find out as two college students discover an old film reel and accidentally open a gateway to hell! The fate of mankind is relying on a forgotten cartoon star, Mr. Scootles.
Do yourself a favor and read this one from the beginning! (Rated T+)
For the most part, unearthly creatures of the night have become productive, law-abiding citizens of Cornerstone City. But in a supernatural town, crime can be exceptionally horrific. That's why you need a special task force made up of Vampires, Witches, Werewolves, and the like to go after the offenders. This comic will pull you in and not let go! (Rated M)
Say… Are you an obsessed Adam Ant fan that is planning to make an extremely well drawn and hilarious fictionalized version of Adam and The Ants? Well, too bad! The position is already taken, and nobody could do it better! Ladies and gentlemen, one of the the best post-punk rockers is now in comic form in all of his face-stripey goodness. Whether he knows it or not. ;)
It's hard to put a finger on what makes Killing Tree Quarterly so fun to read. Is it the unique and skillful art (including some awesome use of negative space)? The fast pace? The colorful wayout west dialogue? The no-goodness that so many characters are up to? Maybe it's the flavor of its slight ridiculousness… Rated: M
What becomes of a nation's heroes after they've won the war that lost an empire? There is intrigue and mysteriously dark doings on the crowded streets of modern day London. Will the heroes of the past prevail against the threats of today?
Shades has action and stunts aplenty, a story full of hidden twists and a foreboding feeling of "more to come'! Rated T.
A series of stories out of the head of a classic-style cartoonist, told to the figments of his imagination that accost him for beer and violent stories. A walrus with evilly glowing eyes, the planet of the babes, a nun a bit too knowledgable about the perils of hell, and more… it's all good fun! (Rated M)