Welcome to beautiful, remote Paradise Cove… an island town with a deep, dark secret. A murderer stalks the shadows, preying upon high school girls, while the Sheriff's department and prosecutor grasp at straws… and that may be the most mundane thing going on in town. NSFW!
This is my first comic and a surprise to my friends!
Youtubers include:Moo, Mini Ladd, Nogla, Vanoss,IamWildCat, H20Delerious, Terriser and Ohm
Friends Include: Kira, Hope, Mom (Autum), Deana, Holly, Belle, and Shak and myself
Not everything will be historically accurate since this is just for fun, I hope you enjoy!
Since the Roman Empire, there has been a group defending humanity from the monsters of myth and legend. Consisting of both human and non-human champions, the Consortium has maintained the balance between the light and the dark making sure the monsters that once preyed on the human race openly are now relegated to stories and nightmares.
But be warned, your parents were wrong;
Monsters are real…
Darklings prowl the night…
and you are food.
“Garnet’s Journey” is the first story from MiraggioComics, a fantasy adventure about Maenne. She is born as a Homunculi, an artificial body which harbors a human soul. Enhanced by supernatural skills while enfeebled with an insane sex drive she will have to learn how to control both her powers and her cravings. When the overwhelming libido will cause her to fall to lust, she will fabricate a new identity to secure her reputation, thus creating the legend of the Heroine Garnet.
Alexandra Carter lived with only one focus in life, loyalty to her lord and country. Unfortunately for her, other members of her country did not see it that way. Framed for murder and treason, she endured unspeakable tortures and waited for her time to strike. What will she find before the crawling darkness consumes her and the land?
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.)
The people of Stainless City idolise superheroes.
But while the Superheroes are busy saving the world the people still have to go about their everyday lives, watching as their power fantasies happen to someone else.
The superheroes themselves are limited by their public perception.
Real people don't have origin stories.
Watercolour and ink.
“The Archer and the Squirrel” is an unorthodox fairytale about Lark, a young woman in pursuit of a better life. When the king offers a handsome reward for an unusual bounty, Lark jumps at the opportunity. However, things are not always what they seem in the woods, and the closer Lark gets to her prize, the less she’s sure she wants it. Torn between a long-held dream and newly found truths, Lark must decide where her values and loyalties lie.
In the world of Harkovast, magical races battle for survival against the Nameless armies of the West. Betrayals, intrigue, warfare and unrelenting bloodshed will determine the fate of all nations.
Epic fantasy adventure, with furry / anthro characters.
Willem the Robot wants to become a super hero, but the Hero Academy doesn't allow robots! So he sets out to find a long lost Super Hero named Moonshadow in the hopes of becoming a sidekick. The same day the heroes at the school all mysteriously disappear. Now Willem and his new friends must embark on an adventure to find the missing heroes!
In 1942 Nazi-Occupied Athens, Fotis and his gang of fellow war-stricken friends risk their lives to earn their daily meal,hoping to scrape by until the war ends, if it ends.
But when a British agent vital to the success of a mysterious plan by the newly formed Greek Resistance against the Nazis goes missing, the children's routine is forever disrupted.
Suddenly, Fotis and his friends will have to tell friend from foe and traitor from patriot in time, or the Greek Resistance will be crushed before it even makes its stance.
Illustrated and co-written by Jessica Safron. It's about a dweeb in the ‘80s who accidentally becomes a satanic ninja.
It’s inspired by radical 1980’s media, mostly movies, but also video games, cartoons, anime, heavy metal music, and the “satanic panic” of the era.
It's kind of like an '80s teen comedy movie injected with over-the-top ninja violence, lots of T&A, and elements of sci-fi, horror, and fantasy.