Featured Jan. 12, 2022
Mature, 26 pages

First there was the Battle girl league, then came the Femoids. But once humans wanted to join in on the action, the Battle Girls League of Super Warriors was formed. The rumble between Dark Sword and Passion Pink has just begun. Herein this comic lies a range of mixed martial arts to melee weapons; fist-fighting to sword-fighting; wardrobe malfunction antics; and interactions between Interstellar individuals.
This series celebrates a long-awaited return to a comic style that showcases set design, costume design, script writing, and customized body sculpting skills. There are several cameos of familiar faces from bravo1102’s other comics such as “Battle of the Robofemoids”.
Learn whether White Dancer or Masked Ginger was victorious and read INTERSTELLAR BATTLE GIRLS LEAGUE of SUPER WARRIORS by bravo1102, rated M!

Featured Jan. 5, 2022
Everyone, 17 pages

Penguins are dressy little birds in white tie that swim like fish and only live in the coldest places on the entire planet, right? Wrong! They live a bit further afield than that, like the good birds of Latitude Zero, living together on the lovely tropical Galapagos Islands, hence the name of the comic “Latitude Zero”, which is where they are, on the equator. We start by following one of the cast, a skinny fellow doing what comes naturally to Penguins, namely hunting fish. It's all told visually in a very readable manner, almost like a Pixar movie, but this activity is nothing out of the ordinary for a penguin… It's only when it emerges from the depths that we get the TRUE reveal… I won't spoil it. This looks to be a fun comic about a little ensemble cast of characters. It's just now starting and this is the chapter where we're introduced to the little buggers so keep reading along with it to find out more.
The art is colourful, highly sylised, professional and very slick with all sorts of clever tricks employed to make it stand out and flow. The story is very visual, this is a comedy adventure anthropomorphic comic.

Read - Latitude Zero, by Pyroguin, rated E.

Featured Dec. 29, 2021
Everyone, 59 pages

There is a town called Eau Claire in Northwestern Wisconsin, East of Menomonie, and neighbor to Chippewa Falls. Fresh in recent history, the Stick-Figure Apocalypse is a journal comic that began at the start of the global pandemic of 2020 and serves as a written record of the local events and global events from that year. This comic highlights the spirit of Eau Claire: Olson’s in Downtown still served ice cream; a run-in with a good friend at Festival grocery store; purchasing a whole grocery cart of apples; a tubing trip down the Chippewa River; and taking walks through the cemetery show so many examples of how the narrator, Matthew’s pandemic life was eventful.
The comic is drawn in black-and-white and uses half-page comic panels. The characters are all drawn in detailed stick-figure style.
Relive events from over the last two years, just in time for the New Year and read Stick Figure Apocalypse by MattDavise, rated E!

Featured Dec. 22, 2021
Everyone, 100 pages

About 50 years ago people with superpowers started to emerge. This caused chaos and terror as society tried to find a new balance and cope with all these crazy people running around with amazing abilities causing destruction and fear, even vigilantes on the side of justice were a problem. Eventually things sorted themselves out and the state took control, cracking down hard on these chaotic elements in society. Most people seem quite content with things as they are and officially sanctioned vigilantes support that status quo, however, not everyone is quite so sanguine, there are super-powered terrorists who want change! Giovani wants to become a state hero… This is a superhero comic with original characters. The art is bold, clean, crisp and fully black and white. The dialogue is a little challenging because the author is Italian and translated this from their native tongue, but you can get the gist despite the odd syntax.

Read - Giovani Vigilanti, by Urekgp, rated E.

Featured Dec. 15, 2021
Mature, 64 pages

An out of the blue phone call is the catalyst that sends Agnes walking across the city in the middle of the night to check-in on Lulu, a long-lost friend from the past. This impromptu visit involves singing, hot baths, drinking Tiger Tea, catching up on meals, and hanging out with a cat named “Mister Buttface”. A story based on feelings and experiences of loss that are relatable to the human condition.
The comic experiments with different monochromatic, restful color schemes. The layout is in a square, four-panel format.
Take some quality time out of the day for self-care and read Tiger Tea by PaddyWolfe, rated M!

Featured Dec. 8, 2021
Everyone, 162 pages

Pep Squad is a classic gag strip that follows the adventures of a small group of attractive high school cheerleaders as they fumble their way through cheers, score points off of one another and try and survive the rigors of high school! They're attractive, dressed as cheerleaders and they're funny so it's a great combo. This is a funny, light, slice of life gag-a-day comic in a classic newspaper style and format. It's full colour, with good looking, stylised, cute, sexy art. Dave Mire has been making this comic for over ten years, though there aren't that many comic strips, and he's shown great consistency of style and tone over that time!

Read - Pep Squad, by Dave Mire, rated E.

Featured Dec. 1, 2021
Everyone, 34 pages

Originating in the countryside of Ontario province is a simple tale of a most beloved ice sport, Hockey. The Ferda Boys consist of Newton, Uehara, Furtado, Araujo, Amond, and Cera among other teammates drafted to the underdog Junior C Team. Lugging a heavy bag home after practicing for three hours on ice and then reading comics until falling asleep by eight is a typical day. Teamwork in hockey is summed up by sage advice in the comic, “Your focus must be team achievements, not individual marks.”
The art is drawn in full black and white comic pages. A lot of care and attention to detail can be found in the backgrounds.
Take a peak into the private world of hockey players and read Ferda Boys by Hockey Webcomics, rated E!

Featured Nov. 24, 2021
Mature, 72 pages

Olivia has always seen a bit more than others… she has the sight, It serves her well with the creatures with which she deals, terrifying monsters beyond normal human understanding. Her activities aren't exactly on the up and up though so she has to be extra careful. Her clients tend to be from the literal underworld. This eventually and inevitably brings her into conflict with the police. Now she has to work with them in order to return to safety. There are creatures of the fairy folk, werewolves, ogres and more in Catch22. It's an urban fantasy as told by Guy Ritchie, staring a woman with David Bowie eyes. The art is all pen on paper with some colour and nice to look at in the action adventure story!

Read - Catch 22, by OrcDaddy, rated M.

Featured Nov. 17, 2021
Teen, 25 pages

Jocelyn is about to start the school year as a new student at NRM High School. Thankfully, the school’s computer lab is home to epic fanfic writer, Shannon, who embraces the word “nerd”. This unforgettable friendship is preserved in a slice of life comic that takes place in the year 2012. There are subtle references to Nine Day’s song “Absolutely (Story of a Girl), Windows ‘97, and jumbo desktop monitors.
The art is drawn in this awesome, nostalgic monochromatic indigo-blue color scheme with vector screen textures. Great backgrounds, exciting facial expressions, and fashionable outfits.
Relive the school years and read c h h t by princefishie lover, rated T!

Featured Nov. 10, 2021
Everyone, 34 pages

The Halloween Fashion Show was a cool little community project where a lot of DD creators participated. They submitted their characters as models and then dressed them up to do a Halloween fashion show. I love looking at the creativity on show here and the enthusiasm of the creators to share and show off their designs to each other! I'm sorry that it's not a comic this week but community projects are just as worth celebrating as a feature. Please give some props and comments to the great work of the creators who participated in this.
I'm not sure if it's still ongoing but you can possibly join in on the forums here:

Read - Halloween Fashion Shows, by Sleeping_gorilla, rated E.

Featured Nov. 3, 2021
Everyone, 36 pages

Jumbo-sized, chartreuse fingers mysteriously grow out of the ground—that is—until Farmer Mary and a team of Botanists sever the middle appendage from its freakish origin and send it down a metal, wired pipe to be tested on in a lab. Now that hand grew. It grew so enormous that a green giant made from the dirt of the earth and smelling of rainfall on dry soil now sits in its place without its severed middle finger.
The art uses a flexible palette of warm neutral earth tones, splashed with exciting neon green. Comic page layouts are innovative with rounded box edges.
Come and meet the gentle, green giant of the forest and read Sapling by shelmnop, rated E!

Featured Oct. 27, 2021
Mature, 153 pages

Astrid is a young woman living in Glasgow with her mum. She's a pretty solitary person, with no freinds or connections. She takes solice and pleasure in the fantastical worlds of the comics she delves into and lives through, becoming the heroines in the stories; a space explorer, last living uman in the universe, a pirate queen of the Rus… But the real world still exists around her, will something or somone manage to draw her out of her escapisim?
The art is highly styled, full colour and digital and very good looking, making well with the style of story and Astrid's personality and outlook. The story is slice of life reality and drama mixed with SciFi action, historical fiction and more as we weav seemlessly into the worlds of Astrid's comics and imaginings. Beware, there's so mild nudity and implied sex.

Read - Miss Sisyphus, by SinisterDuck, rated M.

Featured Oct. 20, 2021
Everyone, 68 pages

It is a Bunny, it is a Plane…wait, is that a superhero in a Rabbit suit? Welcome to Rabbit’s world where she takes on the day-to-day life as a member of the “Reach for the Stars” gymnastics team on a temporary leave as a full-time sketchbook illustrator after a bad ankle sprain leaves her out of commission. On the other side of the map is Corvid, a mysterious figure always seen among a collection of crows. This collection of vignettes tells the story of two guerrilla artists as they face off against each other.
The comic art is formatted in full-pages of digital color.
Don a costume in the same fashion as Tennessee and read Rabbit and Corvid by jml_guerrillacomics, rated E!

Featured Oct. 13, 2021
Teen, 141 pages

Young Leoard inherits a giftshop from his grandmother, but it's not an ordinary giftshop… Leonard's granny was a bit of a strange lady in her day, even being known to play a game of poker with the occasional god, she collected many vaulable and interesting treasures. A lot of people are after those treasures, in particular Eva of Asgard, daught or Thor. She's extremely powerful and beautiful, but a niave fish out of water who's in over her head! This is a fantasy slice of life story. the art is all black and white, bold, simplified and very professional looking.

Read - EVA of Asgard, by Synwells, rated T.

Featured Sept. 29, 2021
Mature, 22 pages

Due to the unfortunate circumstances of his birth Duleut had always been shunned. But Duleut had a plan… a plan to unite and lead the tribes to better things, no mater what got in his way and who had to die to make his dreams happen. The art of Secrets of Uncrom The Balance of Life and Death is intricate and beautiful! All digital, the colours are bright and pretty, from the lovely skies to the jewel-like leaves and the carefully rendered muscles of the characters. The story is a fantasy drama and it's only just beginning.

Read - Secrets of Uncrom The Balance of Life and Death, by Secretsofuncrom, rated M.

Featured Sept. 22, 2021
Teen, 52 pages

This is a story about a lovely girl who works retail named “Friend” and a Giant Bee named “Humphrey”, and their daily conversations on worldly observations. It is not a love story (or at least, it was not initially), but anything goes in a world of bees and honey. This comic is chock-full of jokes—the puns and intellectual observations usually land; the dark humor can sting.
The comic layout is a traditional three-panel strip format. The colors are very happy and bright.
Try to relate to all the characters—Friend, Buddy, Babygirl, especially the Giant Bee—and read Giant Bee and Friend by OneOverTwo, rated T!

Featured Sept. 15, 2021
Mature, 136 pages

Max Jaw is a tough, relentless, cool, ruthless gangster. He hunts down his man and ends him. Guaranteed. Every time. With the help of his trusty cat. This is a beautufully stylised minimal comic with sparse text, evococative images, simple colours and silhouettes. This is definitely a case of show and don't tell! It's a very arty comic and an arty story about the brutal life of Max Jaw.

Read - Max Jaw, by MaxJaw, rated M.

Featured Sept. 8, 2021
Teen, 104 pages

The Aviatrix has seen it all—or at least can recall life on Earth before the American War. During an event that involves a mysterious elderly man on a runway, the most talented Aeromancer in the city ready to fix a plane, and a couple of bandit stowaways, the Aviatrix is about to start up the motors of an aluminum bird. Here is the Aviatrix’s opportunity to show the next generation how a reputation is earned.
The comic is drawn in full colored pages of a traditional printed comic book format. The first issue: Apocalypticana is now complete.
Soar with the Aviatrix and Henry Oppenheimer and read The Last Aviatrix by BusterCagle, rated T!

Featured Sept. 1, 2021
Teen, 210 pages

The world is turning to crap. Things are slowly unravelling outside, beyond the confines of the safe corridors of this secret biological military test facility. What's happening? We're only getting hints as the lines of communication are being restricted. Protests, war, military crackdowns… Inside the military scientists work to create biological superweapons, genetically engineered soldiers in the form of strange, new animal hybrids. Things aren't working out as planned though, they're moving far too slowly and the general in charge wants answers! “23-3” is one of the Vloxen, a new race of creature, born to fight. This world is strange to him, he's finding his way, he doesn't yet know his life's purpose.
This is a SciFi action drama story with hints of furry. The art is all digital, full colour and stylised

Read - Follower, by Bugbyte, rated T.

Featured Aug. 25, 2021
Teen, 38 pages

Watch and be weary for any wandering Warlock in the Woods, for the Witches are out and ready to hunt. A witch named Angel holds a meeting with the King at Augustu’s Castle in the Fallen Kingdom before a meeting with a coven. Romantically intertwined, Lenore and Edgard, meet each other for an evening encounter when they stumble upon a Warlock, injured at the hands of a witch.
The art uses rich violets and aquamarine jewel-tones. Enchanting, digitally-drawn illustrations are beautifully displayed on fully colored pages.
Help Lenore get Ed home and read The War Below Us by PuddingLem0n98, rated T!

Featured Aug. 18, 2021
Everyone, 205 pages

Darius was a soldier once. Once he tried to defend his home country, the Kingdom of Rollen. That was in another life… Those days are gone. Darius is something different now, something strange and terrifying. The Lords Grigor and Stanimir are seemingly unstoppable in their quest to conquer and subjugate the entire world. No one can stand in their way. Using terrifying magic and overwhelming force of arms their enemies topple one by one… Can no one halt their advance?
This is an exciting fantasy story with war, magic, knights and more. It's well written, filled with drama, action, and pathos. The art is all digital, full colour, and heavily stylised.

Read - Conscripted, by Dragonsong12 , rated E.

Featured Aug. 11, 2021
Everyone, 24 pages

Here is a gem-filled cavern with a fun-fueled funny time: A modern joke suggesting a relationship between dinosaurs and petroleum; an iconic reference to the fried rice scene from The Lost Boys; the rewritten final ten minutes of ET: The Extra Terrestrial; and cameos of old school video game favorites. The ability to relate to a majority of the comics gives a sense of having lived a complete life. ONE BIG SHOE is a one way train ticket to Laughter Town.
The art uses an extremely gentle and vibrant color palette that is enjoyable to flip through. The comic is formatted in full-pages of digital color.
Join Fraggle Rockstar on a quest to make great movie references into comics and read ONE BIG SHOE by Fraggle Rockstar, rated E!

Featured Aug. 4, 2021
Mature, 45 pages

The BirdBoys are a dangerous, clever bunch of outlaws. These aren't your regular old west style gang though, they don't just break in, start shooting, smash up the place and high tail it outta there… They're coordinated, they plan, they're intelligent and they can get away without shooting. The BirdBoys is a cyberpunk western style story, featuring cowboys, saloons, outlaws, broad brimmed hats, guns, and neon. The story style is action adventure. The art is all digital, it's rough, but stylised, colourful, bold, and very striking. It easily gets across the emotional and narrative intentions of the story.

Read - The BirdBoys, by j_vulture, rated M.

Featured July 28, 2021
Everyone, 215 pages

Wake up Little Critter! It is an early morning on Cap’s MeeMee farm and the enormous Rakka (a.k.a. the Local Bully) is tearing up the place and all the cute MeeMees. It is up to Lil’ Critter to show the Rakka whose boss. Welcome to Lullaby Town where random rocket ships tear across the stratosphere and end up in the cheerful and warm embrace of the local townspeople.

The art is filled with so much personality. The ink-wash sketches and warm vanilla backgrounds have a dream-like quality that are straight out of a wild imagination.

Come meet the newest visitor, Crystar, and read Lullaby Tales by TheJagged, rated E!

Featured July 21, 2021
Teen, 56 pages

Waiting to meet at the arranged time for a date is such an awkward feeling: aprension, anxiety, and boredom all wrapped up together! That's what Erin feels as she waits for the time to go and meet Rick in the shuttle bay of their spaceship, the “Carnivorous Pigeon”. They're a funny couple with some great banter, but you just know these two spacetroopers and going to get themselves into some big trouble if their not careful… and neither of them are particularly careful! The art here is all in a friendly, chibi inspired manga style, it's in greyscale, all digital. The story is a slice of life SciFi comedy.

Read - Erin's Space, by Pelta8d, rated T.


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