Walloneans, Danireans, Pireneans, and a little furry dog named Pepe that is cute but mean… so what's going on here? Be transported into a colorful delightful but sometimes scary world on The Planet Closest to Heaven. Good job!
Eunice P runs this account, which is a collection of drawing and comic-making tutorials contributed by various artists. There is a great deal of useful information, tips, and tricks to be found here: perspective, heads, hands, speech balloons, and more. I reckon everyone will find something they like, and hopefully will want to send something too.
On an alternative Earth, the scientist-successors of the triumphant Nazis of WWII activate a device that they believe will alter reality in their favor. Something goes wrong. Meanwhile, Nick (who used to think a bad day involved having to deal with 80's music) has one of the strangest experiences of his life. That's just the beginning.
A man on a train has a run-in with an angry woman and her rude son… only to have his reality usurped in a rather sudden way. There is also the story-collector to consider. Beautiful art and a storytelling style of whimsey, mystery, and humor. We can expect great things.
Atland on Drunk Duck! This fabulous comic will have you laughing out loud and eagerly page clicking to read the next. Keep an adventurous spirit and a good sense of humor in mind while reading this excellently illustrated comic of, yep, high adventure and low brow humor! Bravo!
The internationally famous comic Witchblade - created by Marc Sylvestri, David Wohl, Michael Turner, and Brian Haberlin - has now been added to Drunk Duck, courtesy of Top Cow Entertainment! Now you can view the first edition of this popular trade paperback right here on Drunk Duck, with updates regularly. In this first issue, see how Sara Pezzini first came into contact with the WITCHBLADE!
What are Beer Noodles, and why are they so likeable? I'm sure it has something to do with the “everyman,” with the takes-a-second funny moments of everyday life, with stick figures, drunken philosophy and Australian jokes. Beer Noodles is a journal comic that manages to be unpretentious, maybe because of the fart jokes and missing teeth.
Everyone experiences a bit of Culture Shock when they move someplace new. But what if you are a medieval knight? A ninja? An elf? And you all live in the modern age, together? Hawk skillfully writes this fun, unlikely story (and boy can he draw), which is a long time favorite on Drunk Duck.
Can a zombie comic be funny, even cute? I suppose that depends on how attractive you find confident yet demanding zombie girls. Or whether you think a tough yet boyish guy with a classic car and a shotgun is your type. Although a romantic relationship between zombie hunter and zombie sounds terribly unhealthy… well, there isn't an ‘although.’ There just isn't anything healthy about it.
Dreams in Synergy is another of those unique comics that defies any particular categorization. Beautifully painted visuals tell a surreal and disturbing story about life, love, humanity, and monsters. Both strangeness and beauty bubble over the surface and you aren't always sure you want to know what else is going on.
Grounded Angel is a manga-styled comic about a girl who has a lot to find out about herself, friends who aren't what they seem, and an evil plot to make the world a terrible place. Elements of romance, action, and drama make this comic a good read (not to mention the pretty pictures).
Cast out of the main dorms and forced to live in temporary housing in the Boughl Science Building, 14 members of the freshmen class of Freese college have been imbued with miraculous superpowers by the explosion of a mysterious device called the Ax-Cell-Erator! Co-created by Buffy and Italian Job star Seth Green and written by Mister Girth himself, Hugh Sterbakov, Freshmen is an uproarious combination of superpowers and college!
This is a comic which starts at Allan High school and leads through several dramas involving a cynical, bitter old teacher who loves to catch her students doing naughty things in detention… Kind of ironic that she is a teacher, since she hates children. Very humorous and well drawn out by PinkDiapers.
An “Anachronism” is something or someone that is not in its correct historical or chronological time, esp. a thing or person that belongs to an earlier time. This story winds around the fate of 6 high school students, and a tragic incident connecting them altogether… Story and artwork done by WillDrawForPocky.
Terminal does many comics on DD (all of which are feature-worthy, so check them too) but his top spot goes to LAX, which is more of a directed feature event (mixing in music, graphic design, architecture, animation, you name it) than a simple comic strip. It pushes the boundaries on what a webcomic can be.
Fullmoon Stories is a spooky tale told in poetic verse, about a man who tries to get his beloved wife resurrected with a magic potion. He is strangely surprised to find that… well, you'll just have to read to find out what he learns… Artwork and story cleverly done by VegaX.
Eliada follows the journey of the enigmatic Khat and his ebullient female companion, Nova, as they explore their magical land searching for his identity. They face many fearsome and dark adversaries on their journey, and discover that not all is as it first appears to be, not least with Nova herself! Elida is illustrated by I.M. Gallagher in a spare yet dreamy style with watercolour and pencil. His writing is always concise, yet expressive.
Telenarius is a unique community project - a long-form comic written by Gregory, but illustrated by a series of guest artists. Each page has a new flavor and it is interesting to see different artists' takes on the story. A forbidden land, an old enemy, a prison escape, an evil working under it all…
Fated Feather is a fascinating journey through time on a mysterious ship with its all female crew and enigmatic captain. They're on a mission, but where? And why? And who is she following? What did he do to her? The artwork for this comic is at times mesmerizing and the story layers just keep on unfolding with each page. Kudos to Iagojester for an original and unusual tale.