At the very moment of their victory a brave king and his faithful knight are thrown down in utter defeat! Sent by dark magic to a strange new land, Hengroen and Gringolet will have to fend for themselves trying to find their way home, and get into a few battles with brave bronze age warriors along the way.
There's a twist here though: Hengroen and Gringolet are horses, as is everyone else!
The art style is crisp, clean and cute. The characters are very well designed and drawn, the colours are beautiful and warm, Equsopia is one good looking comic! The writing style is action adventure fantasy, it's engaging and fast paced. This one will keep you wanting more!
By Hitokaji, rated E.
Faced with troubled pasts and uncertain futures, three women must choose forgiveness, justice, or revenge. Closely guarded secrets and old foes threaten their friendships and their lives as they attempt to live peacefully in a used book store. A complex, noir-ish drama and a longstanding DD favorite!
Eternity Complex is a very complicated story! Young Fae comes from Earth to a new strange land, just dropped in like a fish out of water into an alien new place. This new world is actually very old it turns out and Fae has a destiny there she has no idea about. Accompanied by two people whose motives she's very unsure about, cynical Adrik and empathetic Enya , she's lead deeper and deeper into this new place and its mysteries. We learn of the hated magical Demis, Irving the evil trickster, and the even more mysterious “Hopes”.
The art here is digitally coloured; lustrous, warm, and textured, with highly stylised characters. The writing style is sometimes hard to follow, a lot is left out and left unsaid, but if you stick with it things all make sense after a while.
By Zarya, rated T
Meet the BlackGuard- a team of all-black specialists created by leader Eli Mercer to raise the morale of his people and see themselves in a powerful, positive light. The trouble is… well, they're trouble! Not so good at being heroes, not even so good at getting along… but they've got a contract killer, a gangsta-ass ninja, a mad black scientist (and his mad-fresh sidekick), and a black supremacist. And a personal assistant. BlackGuard is jam-packed with colorful and energetic art, aggressive humor, and lots of personality!
The town of Alandale has a bit of a problem with monsters, good old classic B-movie type monsters, you know, the fun ones! Len, Ron, Noa, and Eva share friendship, lodging and three letters in their names. They're a funny bunch, Ron is a lecherous pervert, Len turns into a wolfman al the time, and Noa and Eva have magical witchy powers, together they cause all sorts of silly things to happen!
This is a traditional style gag comic, very funny, with cool characters developing over time in story arcs. The style is pen and ink, manga influenced, with limited colour. Looks very stylish and has a great HTML template too! - with over 220 pages for your reading pleasure.
By Synwels, rated T.
Jan Lumenski and Jeremy Tanner were inseparable best friends from childhood through high school, but Jan wanted more. When she didn't see things going her way, Jan left for college and never looked back. It's been over a decade and Jan's now living the life of a successful fashion designer while Jeremy is overweight and depressed. A chance meeting throws them back in each other's lives, but will Jan get what she wants this time around?
Stargazer is a magical purple cat. She's still young and finding her place in the strange wider world away from her family, but she's determined to use her unique magical power to help other creatures in need. On her way she teams up with a fellow magical cat, the yellow coloured Lightning, who is a smooth-talking, charming tomcat. Together they have even more interesting adventures!
The story here is a gentle family friendly comedy. The art is extremely colourful, highly stylised and digital… and of course very, very cute!
By One Wing, rated E.
Welcome to the Beluga Weekly, a family-friendly weekly comic about a bunch of doofy animals being silly (and sometimes a bit thick). There's a little bit of jabbing at modern culture, a little bit of insight into doofy animal life, and lots of bright color! A cute comic just right for a rainy day. (Or other days too.)
Josh is the Don of Kelaps Residence at Wareham University in the great white land of Canada, (America's furry hat). He's not a Canadian though, he's from that great big country of people south of the Canadian border… Initially there are some pretty ridiculous culture differences between him and his “friends”, it only gets funnier and crazier from there!
The art style here is Pixel-art, similar to sprite comics, but the art is original and the figures were never ever animated sprites, so the artist isn't limited by copyright or the restrictions on the original art style and repertoire of library of cells.
Don Josh is a hilarious comedy comic strip, updated frequently. There are over a thousand pages so dive in!
By jercoxthealmighty, rated E
Alexandra Carter has had a rough couple of months. If you call isolation, torture, and being coerced to confess to a huge crime she didn't commit ‘rough.’ She's a tough nut to crack though, and after not saying a peep that whole time, something her captor says sets her off. It's time for vengeance! Turns out she's got some people on her side, although it seems even with a missing arm and eye she's still one of the most dangerous things around. This is looking like it will be a somewhat dark affair…
A dangerous force has been discovered in the universe, a force out to annihilate anything in its path… A confederation of aliens are the only thing that stands in its way. They've come to earth to give the gift of hyperevolution, superpowers, to a random few, in the hope they'll be able to slow down the ravening menace. …and stop greg from making the biggest mistake of his young life in the process!
The art is bold and bright and fully digital, with a distinctive style that's the artist's own! This is a superhero SciFi story comic with lots of suspense!
By BraveNewWorld, rated E.
Boy Phaff presents his take on a world populated with para-sapiens (or ultra-heroes), in the form of Snapshots and short stories. There's only a few for now, but you get a good feel for the comic already! Fun character designs, a bit of comedy (with a few tongue-in-cheek references to existing superhero stuff), and just a tiny tad of darkness.
There's A LOT going on in Typical Strange, many story threads, because Banes is an author's author who loves his stories! The twists, turns and very strange side tracks are the best part of typical strange, you really never know where things are going next, but you do know it'll be somewhere funny! Oscar is a pretty normal guy, working daily at a video movie place. TK is an acerbic nerd, Penelope, his imposing gentle giant sister, has a crush as big as herself on Oscar, who doesn't quite return her feelings… Wade, Harley, Abigail and more share their crazy adventures.
The art is gloriously bright digital colour, anatomy isn't strong but characterisation IS! The story style is mystery, action adventure, slice of life comedy, with occasional horror thrown in for kicks.
By Banes, rated M.
The best re-tellings of fairy tales are those which take the original story and twist it around to tell a whole other story without sacrificing the original. Demon's Mirror is one of those! harrodeleted has really put his (her?) stamp all over this story based around the Snow Queen. Modern, funny, a bit spooky, looks amazing - this comic has lots of personality! Even if Cezar is a bit… well, what do you expect? He's a demon.
Do you remember waking up excited early on Saturday morning, turning on the TV when it was all quiet and everybody was asleep, jussssst in time for your fave Saturday morning cartoons? For me it was Yogi Bear, Wacky Races, The Superfriends, The Justice League, Robotech, The Transformers, Jem and the Holograms, He-Man, The Gummie Bears… and even Dexter's Lab and Spongebob Squarepants. Man I ALWAYS loved getting up for Saturday morning cartoons!
Well that's the sort of thing Royduncan100 was going for with “Saturday Morning”.
You may remember this cartoon savant from The Villain Next Door? Well this intimidating genius of skill and self promotion has been busying himself away on this brilliantly coloured, highly stylised, cartoony masterpiece for about a year now. Just dip in anywhere and sample this madness, I assure you you'll be rewarded with some special stuff.
By royduncan100, rated E.
Matthew is a young Christian teen who has a rather unfortunate morning. He gets mugged on the way to school by a bigger kid, and even gets shot at. He's a bit overdramatic about it… in general he's a bit of a baby, really! No one seems to care about the whole thing other than his mom, though. A bit later, he's forced to go along to a school volunteering event at an orphan's home. It turns out his mugger is in residence. Good thing Matthew has his mom there to take care of things like a grown-up! A somewhat silly story, with lovely precise art with memorable characters!
The Jikoku are a pirate menace, scouring the galaxy and reducing once opulent civilisations to ruins. But there is hope for the Maracan people somewhere on the primitive planet earth, it has been foretold. Brave, ruthless general Olympus sets out on a doomed diplomatic meeting and finds the very last thing he was expecting…
This is a SciFi fantasy story of love and drama across the stars. It's a manga style story, all digital art, greyscale, with colour covers. By Lawrence Simpson and Dawn Tabor , rated E
Every little kid wants to be a voice in a cartoon, right? Even a few adults hold onto this dream. Even a few poorly-functioning nerds with social problems. Meet Maury, Fran, Chuck, and Babs. They're a group of voice actors who… really don't seem to have it together, actually. Gag-a-day hijinks with a loose story, and slick, blocky cartoonish art!
Eisu is one of a band of freedom fighters working in secret to take back their country. Many years ago the kingdom of Arris conquered them and subjugated her people. She and her friends have grown up under that oppression, now is the time for them to fight back… The people of Arris have advanced technology and armour that makes guns useless against them, but guns are the people's only weapon. Eisu and her comrades might have a way to make things work.
Drawn in an anime influenced style, Gunslinger is a black and white Scifi action comic with a pretty decompressed storyline that's finally gathering momentum now. Rapidly. :)
By Sajomir, rated T.
The main character is just a regular divorced dad- he's got the boys tonight, so dinner will be hotdogs (and broccoli if he can trick them). But a scream from the bedroom sends him running to see what's wrong: tentacles from another dimension are stealing his kids! He frees one but the other is already gone. He jumps after him into the portal… and they return 5 days later, greatly changed and still in danger. What happened in there? What's going on?
Kimber isn't a well woman. The chemo isn't working… she just keeps getting worse and worse. Maybe the experimental lucid dreaming therapy will have some positive effects? Although, she's pretty sure it's what gave her cancer in the first place. In her lucid dream state, Kimber Luster is no longer a suffering mother with two beautiful sons and a loving husband… she's something else… she's someone who can fall nine stories without injury and put her fist through a solid wood door without even feeling it.
This is a highly interesting story comic with an extremely intriguing and engaging plot. The art is all grey scale, pen and ink work, very traditional. I hope you enjoy Godstrain by KimLuster, rated T
From the creator of The Pirate Balthasar, The Flower and The Nose is a modern fairy tale about a little girl and a special flower. Olivia and Lani wake up early one morning to see their great-grandpa's flower bloom, something which only happens every thirty years. But little Lani, who doesn't have an appreciation for nature, is given a curse/blessing by the flower. A very big one! Amazingly lovely and unique art - layered, textured, cartoonish and sweet!
This is a strange one. Delightfully creepy… In a distopic future world world a lone scientist creates a artificial human boy, his life's work. Then he kills himself. Poor jobo is alone and unfinished. And there the story ends for him, till many years later… a broken Jobo wakes into a broken world populated by more artificial people just like him. What went wrong?
You'll see shades of Pinocchio, Edward Scissorhands, AI, and even Return to Oz here in this sideshow world. The art is interesting, it's a developing style, mostly quite dark and sepia tone, nicely complimenting the creepy, future-antique feel of the story.
Read Jobo, By Jobo, rated M.
Aaron Rung is going nowhere fast. He's stuck in community college with idiots, trapped in his dead-end job at Food Plus, he's losing his friends as they go on to better things, has trouble with money, girls, and the list goes on. That all changes when a freak accident gives him incredible energy powers. But Aaron has better things to use his powers for rather than helping people… and that's helping himself, as the villainous Blue Blaster!
By CrimeRoyale, Rated T.
We are not alone… there are other planes of existence, zones, places where the demons live.
Sean is having trouble sleeping. A nightmare demon invades his dreams. His sister Zoey is in hospital, she's not happy. The mysterious witch Winter says she can help. Can Doctor Voss protect Zoey from the demons?
More and more of the mysteries surrounding the lives of Sean and Zoey are gradually revealed in ZoNe 3, a story of magic and mysticism, with a good sprinkling of humour throughout! The art is all digital and full colour, with manga inspired characterisations. It looks lovely!
By Dee, rated T