Featured June 22, 2007
Mature, 962 pages

Excellent office humor, great pop culture references, and the occasional blasphemy. Good times, good times.

With clever dialogue and crisp art, this is the perfect comic for you to slack off in your cubicle and read. Go ahead, we won't tell the boss.

Featured June 20, 2007
Teen, 204 pages

The Chronicles of David Adams is about the true nature of reality and man as God. Does David exist in the world that he thinks he does, or are his dreams the true reality, is he “the Creator” of all life? See for yourself on this strange journey through the history of the world and mankind.

3D spectacle with Oblivion! (Rated T)

Featured June 18, 2007
Teen, 278 pages

Magic, sibling rivalry, sibling bonds, difficult obligations, and double dealing. This young group of friends and their antagonists face some difficult times together.

Get into the slick, full color art of Give Me The Sky ( Rated T)

Featured June 15, 2007
Teen, 492 pages

Rocketship A Go-Go isn't your typical Sci-Fi comic. This crew of three wise cracking gals Nancy Drew their way through mysterious mysteries and funky adventure with quirky humour and a retro feel. So slip on your skin tight suit, charge up your flashlight and lets go looking for some mermaids!

Featured June 11, 2007
Teen, 67 pages

Detective Fork is a hard-bitten investigator who has a tendency to poke around where he doesn't belong. This comic serves up dishy dames and troubled tines… er, times… okay no more puns. Detective Fork is a detective comic in the most fun sense. Crime, mystery, drama, and the dry comedy of all good noir. Rated T.

Featured June 11, 2007
Everyone, 97 pages

Fitting in isn't easy, especially when you're a big green monster trying to reform. With a little help from his friend Bigfoot and his human roommate, Tad, the Atrox just might make it after all.

A very special comic brought to you by the very “special” people at Team Atrox (Rated T)

Featured June 4, 2007
Teen, 253 pages

What happens when you corral a bunch of webcomic artists and ask them to draw individual panels while only seeing the panel that came before theirs? Well the obvious answer would be “chaos” but… it's slightly more organized and a lot more fun than that. Fusion is the Drunk Duck version of the game “Telephone,” a community project where just about anything can happen! Rated a very mild T.

Featured June 1, 2007
Mature, 28 pages

Did you ever hear the phrase “Careful what you wish for”? Well, with Genie Man around, you really, really, really should listen to that advice.

Enjoy the romps and adventure with this clever, well written stick figure superhero comic!

Rated T+

Featured May 28, 2007
Teen, 3 pages

Xenophobic aliens are bent on keeping their world an unknown and isolated secret…even if it means destroying all life forms on the planet. An exceptionally well put together comic with strong dynamic artwork! (Rated T+)

Featured May 25, 2007
Teen, 14 pages

Emma Melrose is a melancholic police officer in off-season Ocean City, Maryland. A good-looking comic with sharp writing, Softshell is a story of tourist town businesses, lives, and murders. Shaping up to be an intriguing read! (Rated T)

Featured May 23, 2007
Mature, 95 pages

When Larry (an ice skating rink attendant and all-around loser) goes out drinkin' in the woods, he comes across a meteorite, still hot from its fall… There's a local toughman competition coming up, and his friends think there is money to be made! Great characters, charming writing, and likeable Euro-comic style art! (Rated M)

Featured May 16, 2007
Teen, 31 pages

Six years ago, Carter made a promise to someone. Now no matter how far he runs, the past is always catching up to him. Wonderfully detailed artwork accompanies this well written story! This teen-rated webcomic is definitely worth checking out!

Featured May 14, 2007
Teen, 89 pages

Angn is pretty excited to be the new administrator of a space station. But why is it that all the previous admins of Galactic Hub Serreven have been killed? And can a sarcastic robot, a federation officer, and a charming alien waitress save him?

Featured May 9, 2007
Mature, 1526 pages

Dragons, earth gods, skeletons, vampires, vampires' ex wives… all for Phineus and his wife Sara to put in their place. A magician for hire's job never ends (although most trouble seems to come to him and not the other way around). Their adventures are the slightly cheesy good fun that is very entertaining, and guess what? This comic is shamelessly full of babes! The lettering is rough at first but hang in there.

Featured May 7, 2007
Teen, 4 pages

War and chaos have swept through the land for thirty years, leaving the world torn and broken. Peace was declared but our heroes realize that something is amiss. Good art, good writing, interesting characters! Come check it out!

Featured May 4, 2007
Everyone, 52 pages

In the distant future on Jupiter's moon Europa there exist a Starbucks Jones. As a political battle rages over whether the civilization on Europa, Galileo, should join the Federation, Starbuck Jones solves mysteries! Goes on adventures! Gets saved by his friend SmalTuf! A nicely put together comic well worth reading!

Featured May 2, 2007
Mature, 0 pages

Cluster is a mature rated horror anthology that features the works of Avery Butterworth and various writers. Beautiful black and white pages accompany these dark tales. Some morbid, some dark, some with a twist…but all very good!

Featured April 30, 2007
Teen, 369 pages

Relax, take a break. Sit back and enjoy Allan, a comic about… Allan. Want to know about his day, or stuff he thinks about? well here you go! Allan's a nice fella (according to his comic - it COULD all be lies) and we think you might want to stop by his place and get to know him. Hang out a bit. Steal one of his Dr Pepper's. Ask how his date went! Rated: Teen

Featured April 27, 2007
Mature, 66 pages

Slick, professional, and just… REALLY awesome! I really can't think of a better description for this comic than the one the author already wrote: SoulDriver is a grown up fairy tale, a violent and twisted version of Alice in Wonderland. Told with a mouthful of grit and a pocket full'a bullets! It ain't cute..it ain't fluffy and it ain't pretty. Rated: Mature

Featured April 25, 2007
Teen, 384 pages

The world has retreated to more idyllic times and remnants of its destroyed past lie dead on the landscape, best left alone and forgotten. A young village wise-woman is dragged unwillingly into its ruins and forced to help a dangerous enemy break the curse he's under. During the journey, she begins to learn that the past is much closer than she thinks… Rated: Teen

Featured April 23, 2007
Teen, 84 pages

Two people who meet each other on the Internet, but whose lives are seperate and lonely, find themselves in a strange situation when a god begins speaking to them through their computers. This CLAMP-inspired manga has its own unique atmosphere- a feeling of loneliness, disconnection, and uncertainty. Rated: Teen

Featured April 20, 2007
Mature, 109 pages

Horribleville is a true and accurate depiction of the life of KC Green, comic artist extraordinaire. Join him for his amazing weekly adventures - his crummy job, his untrustworthy cat, his face peels, his shocking yet hilarious suicides. Sorry man but when you killed yourself it was pretty funny. Rated: Mature

Featured April 18, 2007
Teen, 108 pages

Zac's Luciefer is the bored teenage daughter of Satan. She does her best to please her dad and keep hell running smoothly, but that's just not enough for a an adventurous young demon gal! So she decides to come to earth… and that's when the trouble begins. Rated: Teen

Featured April 16, 2007
Teen, 89 pages

What could be more brooding and gothic than a black dragon who is cursed to another form, spurned for his heritage, has no real friends, and and lives in a swamp? Blackjack undertakes a dangerous self-searching mission for his past and the solution to his problems. This dark fantasy comic is done in a lovely, dark, painterly style. Well done! Rated: Mature

Featured April 13, 2007
Teen, 46 pages

Hello NANO is drawn in FAL's unique and inimitable, realistic, yet minimal style. In Hello NANO we're introduced to the narcoleptic Samuel, and Nano; a bizarre and insatiably curious little imp who manifests as a side effect of Samuel's narcolepsy medication. Rated: Teen


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