Featured Feb. 20, 2007
Everyone, 1 page

A brave young man saves a village from destruction by an evil witch. For this brave act they make him King. When he falls in love and marrys and his beloved Queen has a child the witch rises again once more. A fairy godmother saves the child, and she grows up in a far away land… beautiful art and story so far!

Featured Feb. 19, 2007
Teen, 223 pages

A evil necromancer has turned the dead against both the Queen's Colony and the Sapswill Goblins. With the help of the Goblin King Grexx, Jeriah and Kefira try to put a end to the necro's reign.

Featured Feb. 16, 2007
Teen, 41 pages

Nancy is the cutest darned manipulator of death you'll ever see. (Although her pet puffball demon Emp is even cuter.) Nancy's just a regular girl with a satanic bikini and a zombie who loves her very much. You know even necromancers need love.

Featured Feb. 14, 2007
Teen, 93 pages

Prepare yourself for death! Death… packaged in a cute cartoony style with bright cheerful colors. Jim Reaper isn't the real Grim Reaper. He's just filling in for his uncle's cousin, who wanted to go on vacation. The problem is that Jim's a… well, he's a sissy boy. He's doing the best job he can, but…

Featured Feb. 13, 2007
Everyone, 38 pages

Saving the world with science and spandex is what Edison Thomas does best in this newspaper-serial-type comic. His friends help too - a reporter, a lab assistant, and a cuddly talking dog with a metal hat. This comic has both an appealing over-the-top quirkiness AND a really self-confident destroyer of dimensions.

Featured Feb. 12, 2007
Mature, 178 pages

Short but sweet wisecracks from, yep, zombies! Yay! And these zombies actually have “brains”. Very humorous and the art is somewhat obscure but very cute all the same.

Featured Feb. 9, 2007
Teen, 77 pages

Not only does Brick's AACMAW showcase a slick professional inking style and a fine flare for characterisation, his quick wit shines through his clever and creative story lines. AACMAW (the comic) follows the surreal adventures of Brick and his friends as he threads his way through life's perils, both comedic and strange.

Featured Feb. 8, 2007
Mature, 116 pages

What if you were evil and given a second chance? Brymstone is about a mage who is half human and half demon, and possesses a power called the Behennon Force - an invincible demonic magic. However, he's been horribly abusing it and is about to be punished.

Featured Feb. 7, 2007
Teen, 83 pages

In the jungles of Africa there is the peaceful Kingdom of Lagunda. But while things seem serene on the outside, there are many things going on under the surface in Lagunda, such as incoming slave traders making deals with certain natives, a man after main character Takar's life, and the quest of a certain mysterious figure. This sets the stage for the brilliantly illustrated Dark Worlds Trilogy, a highly recommended read.

Featured Feb. 6, 2007
Mature, 428 pages

Do they ever move? No, but they come up with some pretty crazy jokes. Who ever knew men in suits could be funny?

Featured Feb. 5, 2007
Everyone, 194 pages

Think “Far Side” meets Star Trek… Or?? Think again. A bunch of random quirky and quite entertaining collection of strips and poetry. Bravo!

Featured Feb. 2, 2007
Teen, 216 pages

Squid kitten, guinea pigs and - ? Put them all together and you have, yes folks, Caggage. What exactly is Caggage? You'll just have to read to find out. Don't be surprised if you find yourself with a few belly laughs. ;)

Featured Feb. 1, 2007
Teen, 210 pages

There are two masters in this epic fantasy world: The Master of Heaven Yehweh gives you love and freedom, and The Master of Earth Mamon gives you power and wealth. A man cannot have two masters so they must choose one to follow. Features beautiful pencil work!

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Featured Jan. 31, 2007
Teen, 100 pages

Cute, sassy, silly, and wacky. Yep, that about describes this comic. Basic but cute art and funny comic strips!

Featured Jan. 29, 2007
Teen, 73 pages

Trouble on Mt. Olympus? Zeus misbehaving amongst the goddesses and dieties? Couldn't be! Oh but it is. This delightfully sweet manga comic begins with Persephone being told by her mother to not wander to far… low and behold she stumbles upon - a man!

Featured Jan. 25, 2007
Mature, 31 pages

A Witch and her blobs… wait, did you say BLOBS? What in the heck? What blobs? These blobs. Check them out.

Featured Jan. 24, 2007
Teen, 82 pages

Inmates of a prison are given their chance at freedom, but first they must get to the top of Purgatory Tower and compete against each other in their race. And there are no rules… Follow the journey and see who wins… Wonderful artwork!

Featured Jan. 23, 2007
Teen, 1751 pages

Where time and space join and cross paths… this interesting dimension has great art and interesting characters with a somewhat eluding plot, but seems like it's going somewhere pretty interesting.

Featured Jan. 22, 2007
Everyone, 99 pages

When the crew of a heavily damaged international space station needs help, who does the president call? The Electric Owl! Loran Skinkis presents a very well written captivating story with crisp, clean artwork and strong characters.

Featured Jan. 19, 2007
Mature, 62 pages

After Sam Garrison and his pregnant wife move into the rough inner-city plagued by violence, Sam and his neighbor Mark decide to bring their own justice to the streets as vigilantes called the Watchdogs. But Sam learns that Mark has a darker agenda…

Featured Jan. 18, 2007
Everyone, 42 pages

The four goddesses of the elements have ruled unmatched for all of time, but at the time of the eclipse all four girls will lose their divine status. Considering they've never had to eat, sleep, or work, this could end badly.

Featured Jan. 17, 2007
Teen, 300 pages

No Need for Bushido is a hilarious comic by Alex Kolesar and Joe Kovell. It revolves around the samurai-wannabe Yorikiro (or “Yori”) and the spoiled princess Ina Seshin in a war torn feudal Japan. Hilarious on the one hand, action packed on the other, NNFB is a comic for anyone who likes swords, samurai, amazing visuals, or hilarity. Highly recommended and improves dramatically in quality.

Featured Jan. 16, 2007
Mature, 228 pages

Junoblairb's Star Cross'd Destiny follows the story of the anti-hero Juno and her friends, each gifted with different elemental powers but are outcasts from society. It features bold atmospheric art with a story that's blooming very nicely! Check it out!

Featured Jan. 12, 2007
Teen, 187 pages

A blind but feared assassin and an elven healer searches for Anubell's Tear, an ancient artifact that possesses legendary powers. Read it for the dazzling art! Read it for the thickening plot! Read it because it's well worth reading!

Featured Jan. 11, 2007
Everyone, 240 pages

What's GAAK? GAAK's what you get when you have a solid storyline team up with awesome artwork. When aliens from outer space are scheming to take over the world, it's up to four 6th graders to save the day! It's clever, it's fun, it's well worth reading!


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