Featured March 12, 2014
Teen, 528 pages

Lucinda Is a highschool girl with a demon living in her eye. Most of the people living in her house are all pretty unusual in that regard; dog and fox demons, an elf, a ghost… They're quite a motley bunch! Lots of funny ad crazy stuff happens to these guys, as you'd expect.
Cramberries has been going for quite a while now and there are many, many pages to the archive. It's a great example of a comic that has shown great improvement over the years! In many of the early chapters the art style is quite rough and the text unreadable at times, so the contrast with the more recent chapters is quite striking. Cramberries is now a digital art, colour comic with interestingly stylised characters. The story is a supernatural drama comedy.
By KitKatMuffin, rated T.

Featured March 5, 2014
Everyone, 28 pages

Dori is down on her luck and having a hard time coping with the death of her parents while being bound to a wheelchair. After a move to her aunt and uncle's country farm house in the middle of nowhere, she spends many days sitting near the roadside to contemplate. Overtime, she recovers and runs into a familiar face from her childhood. A chance encounter with a mysterious red haired boy leads her to an underground tunnel and into an unknown world. It appears there is more to this small town than meets the eye.
The high resolution art is professional, clean, and full digital color.
The journey is just getting started, so begin the adventure and start reading Place Like Home, by PlaceLikeHome, rated E.

Featured Feb. 26, 2014
Teen, 23 pages

A mysterious motorcycle riding scarecrow in a road duel with a masked vigilante, an apocalyptic battle with a mecha angel, a face off with a robotic demon… the deserts of old earth are blasted and ruined, playing host to these titanic confrontations. Steamrose is shaping up to be interesting! The pages are big, the art is simplified, striking and colourful (reminds me of hiphop), the writing is minimal but it gets the story out. Try Steamrose by Skye fenn, rated T!.

Featured Feb. 12, 2014
Everyone, 32 pages

Cycle Bolt: The story takes inspiration from noted conspiracy fantasists David Icke and Alex Jones- and contains THEIR inspiration of the '80s TV series “V”, the film “bodysnatchers” and the cold war paranoia of that time: The backdrop of this world features alien shape-shifting lizardmen and grey aliens on a covert mission of secret world domination, with only one man and one woman able to stand against them! Also cool armoured suits and high powered alien motorbikes!
The art is pleasantly digitally coloured, shooting for realism. The story is an action drama in a true non-satirical 1980s B-movie sort of way, and very true to that style. So please enjoy it in that fun spirit!
Read Cycle Bolt, by Mark33, rated E.

Featured Feb. 5, 2014
Mature, 43 pages

In a dystopian future, twenty-three years after war broke out between the U.S. and Russia, the world has been consumed into two super nations: The Republic and The Union. The year is now 2036 AD. An underground group of outcast, renegade dwellers called “SINNERS” survived a major blast that completely demolished the capital city of The Republic. While in isolation, they have developed special powers and unique strengths to battle a monster named “SIN” who is the most ferocious creature known to man.
The comic is digitally painted, with full-color in the early pages until becoming entirely black and white (with red highlights) for the majority of the story. The story is written by A.J. Fulcher and showcases the artistic talents of Joseph Canave.
Read Issue1 The Beating of the Drums, by RedCoreStudios, Rated M (for language and mild violence).

Featured Jan. 29, 2014
Teen, 75 pages

A few years ago humans crash landed on a new alien planet inhabited by many varied and interesting sentient species, with fascinating cultures, practices and appearances. Humans seem to be integrating well into this new world, but perhaps they're not as welcome as they'd like to be?
This is a SciFi fantasy action adventure comic with gorgeous full colour digital artwork! The groundwork is being laid for the story right now, so just sit back and get on board with this interesting tale!
Read August Landing by Lcosh, rated T.

Featured Jan. 22, 2014
Everyone, 372 pages

Welcome to Restaurante Macoatl where the food is abundant, the servers are friendly, and a magical green dragon named Checomal makes funny jokes filled with puns! This story is a tasty treat and the only webcomic known to induce cravings for horchata, pozole and paella in the reader. So grab a nice warm cup of champurrado and take a bite into the story.
Originally the famous Spanish webcomic, Macoatl, it is currently being translated into English by its original creator, Ruy Fernando Estrada, known as “Flinto” on the Duck. Special attention has been made to ensure no puns are lost in translation. This all-ages comic is perfect if you are interested in Latin American culture, are bilingual in español, and is a fun way to study the Spanish language.
The art is derived and largely inspired from the Aztecan style of Pre-Columbian Mexico. The digital colored comic strips are clean, vibrant and pop right off the page.
Read Restaurante Macoatl by Flinto, on the Duck, Rated E!

Featured Jan. 15, 2014
Teen, 33 pages

In 18th century France there are worrying rumours in the air. Disturbing tales are being spread of needless arrests and terrible abuses deep bellow the streets… A young aristocratic woman and her lover work hard to get the word out and inform people as much as they can, but still, no one knows quite what's going on.
The Light Eater is a full colour dramatic story comic. The art is beautiful in watercolour and pencil, lightly stylised, but still pretty realistic with well studied period scenes and costumes. The story is just beginning, but it's moving along at a good pace and there's a good mystery forming!
Read The Light Eater, by Rosengeist. rated T.

Featured Jan. 8, 2014
Mature, 53 pages

The year is 1346 B.C. in Ancient Egypt. Akhenaten is presiding as pharoah five years after the passing of Amenhotep III. Shadi, the young mother of a newborn baby boy, spends her days in the Village of Horus waiting for her child's father to return. One night during a reunion with her best friend, Kara, Shadi and her baby are followed by a mysterious, cloaked stranger hot on their trail. Street fighting, historically accurate Egyptian references, and strong women–Egypt's Eighteenth dynasty has never been so kickass!
The art is gorgeous and made up of black and white, full paged comics. The greyscale shading is professional and a lot of attention to detail and research has gone into this story.
Read Original Black Wolf Dio, by Project_00_Wolfen on the Duck, rated M.

Featured Dec. 18, 2013
Teen, 225 pages

Christmas is coming and this comic hopes to bring Joy to your World! Joy is a snarky, wise cracking young girl how makes me laugh my arse off! Joy to the World is a four panel comedy comic strip about Joy and her daily life, at school, home etc. The jokes have an edge and rarely fail to hit home, the writing is tight and funny, the art is solidly black and white, nicely stylised with a professional feel. This is a slick, entertaining piece of work, read before it gets famous (if it's not already). Updates on Monday and Friday!
Joy To the WOrld, by Wrathbone, rated T

Featured Dec. 11, 2013
Everyone, 128 pages

Jason and Jamie Deroya are twins living on the quiet, peaceful island of Cyana. Jamie dreams of adventures outside of her small world and circle of friends, and her dreams are about to come true when she decides to live abroad with her father. On the eve of her departure, Seven, a mysterious anthropomorphic creature with mouse ears, a tiger's tail, and pencils for hands kidnaps Jamie and carries her into a portal. Now it is up to Jason to save his sister, save the world, and possibly go on another adventure where art and creativity are the greatest weapons of all!
The coloring technique fluctuates between full digital colored pages and pencil/pen with experimental inking styles.
Read Lil Hero Artists Manga Edition, by silvipera and floodgatemartyr, on The Duck, Rated E!

Featured Dec. 4, 2013
Everyone, 92 pages

Candi Bunny is just your average gal trying to get by in the world, working as a waitress for tips. She has some interesting a fun adventures though, not lease of which with her witchy friend Zander Skonk and her horrible Troll room-mate… Then there was the time she was stuck couchsurfing with a succession of weirdos after her apartment got infested by pixies…
Bunny comic is a comedy story comic, with furry characters. The writing is funny and the black and what art is very pro looking!
FYI, If you look around The Duck you might also find Zander in a slightly racier comic. ;)
Bunny Comic, By Dustmeat, rated E

Featured Nov. 27, 2013
Mature, 31 pages

Stuck between the end of college and the rest of her life, twenty-something, Jenny Wren, must figure how to build the bridge to the “real world” and out of unemployment. In enters Jeremy, the laid back coffee shop barista, who makes up the second half this comic's equation. Liberal arts, video stores, Rambo, and David Bowie. Living in the doldrums of the gap year has never been funnier!
The art style is inked in black and white, hand drawn, and arranged in a four-panel, traditional comic strip layout.
Read New Jenny Wren, by Shawn Perry, Rated M!

Featured Nov. 20, 2013
Everyone, 226 pages

Cats are funny creatures; impulsive, silly, primal, and curious. Gundula has a giant one for a pet, a tiger to be precise! For most people having a pet tiger would be pretty dangerous, especially in the heart of urban Bremen (Germany), but Gundula is not a normal woman… she's a 700 year old witch, who's perpetually 25 and has a strong affinity for animals of all sorts. Even so, Gundi still has all sorts of trials and tribulations looking after her big stripy orange friend!
Master the Tiger is a comedic story comic that's mostly in the style of an illustrated novel rather than a typical comic. It's mostly black and white, drawn in a very natural, charming, sketchy fashion.
It also has a version in the Lower Saxon language or Plattdütsch, called “Gundula un de Stuventiger”.
Read Master the Tiger by PaulEberhardt, rated E!

Featured Nov. 13, 2013
Teen, 127 pages

Lydia Mason lives with her older sister in an old, dilapidated apartment building in the inner city. Their skewed relationship could stem from Lydia's constant rebellion and her sister's role as the sole caregiver in her life.
Lydia's world is about to turn upside down when she discovers a mask that turns her into a hero— or at least that’s what she thinks.
Digitally colored, full panel layouts.
By booger, Rated T.

Featured Nov. 6, 2013
Mature, 78 pages

Have you heard about The Devon Legacy yet? Well now is a great time to get into it! JustNoPoint is just re-doing his series now.
In the Devon Legacy we have a complex story with a lot of history behind it. People have special powers like psychic abilities, they help others and keep them safe, especially from alien invasion! The writing is full of action and urgency in this Scifi action drama story comic. The art is brightly colourful and a pleasure to look at.
The current version of The Devon Legacy starts off with something of an epilogue for the previous version of the story (“Prologue”), just to put a hat on things past before getting into the juicy new stuff.
Read The Devon Legacy, by JustNoPoint, rated M!

Featured Oct. 30, 2013
Teen, 77 pages

Gretz wake up into a new world and a new body, one with cat ears! This is a strange place of talking kitty-cats and possession by scary spirits. There's action, drama, comedy and the supernatural in this mysterious tale of cat people.
The art is full colour, it's bright and bold, with nice big pages! The story moves at a good, quick pace too.
By Princess_Gretz, rated T.

Featured Oct. 23, 2013
Teen, 119 pages

Zipp, Tashi, and Silga are on an adventure. They've appointed themselves a task- to rid their beloved land Rettubia from her dark and sad influence. Along the way they meet Asmael, a mysterious but capable (and handsome) warrior who has the same quest, and they join up. Don't take this comic too seriously, however- the map of Rettubia reveals a pretty distinct shape, and the “Bikini Forest” is pretty aptly named. The cruel sorceress is named Biatchess. And our heroes can be pretty goofy.

Featured Oct. 16, 2013
Teen, 16 pages

Your secrets are not safe. DoorMan is Janus de Nile, an enigmatic time-traveller hunting psychic parasites called the Arcanum, who feed on the guilt, remorse, and regret of those who hold secrets from their past. Sandman meets Doctor Who in this horror / sci-fi / psychological thriller.
The art is solidly black and white high contrast. The Doorman is a pretty professional looking comic with the action viewed from many interesting angles and a lot of work put into character facial expressions. The writing is dark and compelling.

Read DoorMan by Michaelallanleonard, rated T.

Featured Aug. 14, 2013
Mature, 160 pages

In exchange for his family's safety, Richard Olsen has given his soul to a heartless Demi. His only chance for freedom lies in letting her write a song about his life. Too bad Richard is surly and uncooperative… probably because his whole purpose in life is to kill Demis. He doesn't really want to be a hero- what he really wants is to kill the manic animal-child Demi who is both scary and annoying, and will cause his entire family to die if he doesn't play along. (Not only is he uncooperative, he's pretty terrible at being a hero.)

Featured Aug. 7, 2013
Teen, 62 pages

I bet you've never considered Vegetables for Dessert. You should give it a try- it's more satisfying than you think. I'm talking about the comic of course. It's an absurd humor comic around gags, puns, pop culture, and parody. From the disturbing reality of the only girl Smurf to what mice do when they're drunk, they're almost all winners, and a number of them are reminiscent of comics like The Far Side or PBF. Monty Rohde is pretty good at cribbing visual styles for relevant comics, too!
by MontyRohde, Rated T

Featured July 24, 2013
Mature, 413 pages

School of Rumble is a manga battle tournament comic. You know the drill, the new tough guy comes to school hoping to fight his way to top dog, so he starts a fight… and it begins! That's what this is, a classic example of the style. The school has a shadow administration of fighting students, and by battling amongst themselves with honed martial arts skills they establish their hierarchy.
Chapter 1 is currently receiving a beauty treatment, so don't worry if you see pages in there with a lower quality, they'll be fixed soon. The art is fully digital with some nice creative use of patterns in clothing and hair. Some of the anatomy is a little off but this is pretty honed work and a lot of effort has one into it.
Read School of Rumble for a classic fighting tournament story!
By Th4natos, rated M

Featured July 17, 2013
Teen, 534 pages

Will Weasel has been away fighting in the war these past seven years. He's just now returning home to his little home town of Blue Bough. A lot has changed since he's been away and the town is beset by a crippling drought, will feels lonely and strangely disconnected from all that was once familiar to him. This is a story of homecoming, and how war and change can affect someone. May The Rain Come is an entirely character driven story, the art is digital with evocative, textured autumn hues over thin sketchy lifework, with anthro figures.
By Zimeta, rated T.

Featured July 10, 2013
Everyone, 39 pages

It's that time of year again - Maxwell McDuff has got another mystery to solve, this time involving his friend Bill Duck! (Of course there's the usual cast of entertaining supporting characters too.) Gunwallace has provided this year's script, and lovely DDers have provided the comic version! The audio version is on its way, but for now read the story as a comic and enjoy everyone's different takes on the details!

Featured July 3, 2013
Everyone, 88 pages

Yes people, IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN! The DD webcomic awards are open for business once more, this time it's the 2013 edition.The ballots are now open. Votes will be accepted until July 20th. We are looking for some brave volunteers to present and judge. Vooote and stuff, go there now. Go. Go. Go! Go now. I command it.
There are some great comics on DD and they need validation and honours heaped upon them. This is the purpose of the DD Awards. Show them your lurv. Please ^_^


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