Featured Sept. 30, 2020
Everyone, 41 pages

This is a bad day for John Cain, waking on a desolated starship, floating alone in the blackness of space with no memory of who he is or what he's doing there. It's a desperate race against time to answer those questions and find out and who are the heavily armed soldiers who're boarding his ship… are they friend of foe? And who is the beautiful lady in the recording on the computer screen? This is a SciFi space action adventure thriller with plenty of exciting scenes, gunfights, space battles and fights! It's fast paced, edge of the seat stuff. The art is stylised and well done, with full digital colours.

Read - Raising Cain, by D Harden , rated E.

Featured Sept. 23, 2020
Everyone, 32 pages

Imagine a superhero team that combats negative forces, now imagine that same group of superheroes all being part of the same family tree: the Impossible Family. Surprisingly, the Impossibles have formed some enemies, including DeathQuake, whose main goal is to destroy their whole family. The Impossibles are about to go against a very dangerous foe, will they go out with a bang?
The Impossible Family is created from the team effort of an entire collaborative including: a writer, penciler, and inker; color artist; letterer and script assists; additional art; and newspaper articles. It is formatted as a traditional print comic book including a cover page, table of contents, and extra pages at the end.
Count the number of nursery rhymes you can recognize and read The Impossible Family by soprocomics, rated E!

Featured Sept. 16, 2020
Teen, 40 pages

In an ancient, barbaric land, one man stands out as strong and good above the rest, Prince Ovun. Coming across the sight of a poor old man being harassed by brutal thieves, Ovun takes action and saves the old fellow, who then predicts Ovun will soon be king of his people! This is a tale of strife, battle, war and blood as the humans fight against the ravages of the horrible creatures of the darkness and revel in the worship of their new gods! The art is all digital, highly stylised and in full colour. Much of the story is told in images along with minimal text. It's an adventure fantasy story. Warning- some nudity!

Read - Small Gods, by Boy Phaff, rated T.

Featured Sept. 9, 2020
Teen, 52 pages

On the anniversary of a very somber occasion, Sako, a stegosaurus with an online personality and her own vlog, decides to take a walk instead of spend an entire day on social media. This comic brings the realities of creating an online persona and all the comments and criticism that goes along with being an Internet celebrity. Another aspect of this comic is the overwhelming depth and emotional intelligence that goes into Sako’s recorded conversations and how she strives to spread a message of positivity to the world without ever expecting anything in return. This comic will teach ideas and thoughts that would benefit anyone willing to take the time to read them.
The art is predominantly drawn in digitally sketched out black and white comic pages. Sako is an anthropomorphized stegosaurus who exists in a world very much like our own.
If you are searching for a spring of Moral Support, then read Good Words with Sako The Beautiful Heart of a Steggo Girl by KaijuKid, rated T!

Featured Sept. 2, 2020
Mature, 19 pages

Kaisa recounts the traumatic experience from her childhood that resulted in her meeting with the mysterious and elusive dragon nymphs, a secretive people about who not much is known for sure but there are plenty of rumours circulating! How much of them are true? Well, Kaisa is coming back to her childhood saviours as an advisor to an expedition that aims to find out exactly that! This is a fantasy story with steampunk elements. It's beautifully drawn with watercolours so it has a lovely, natural, textured look.

Read - Era of Iridore, by Deno85, rated M.

Featured Aug. 26, 2020
Everyone, 40 pages

This is a thinking person’s comic with the history of different world civilizations told in mini-vignettes that space three to four comic pages. The History of One Humankind displays costumes and fashion worn during the era of historical times while using an art style that is similar to Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. A recommended read for historians, anthropologists, students of history, and professors alike. If the Tower of Babel or stories of the Mayan civilization and the Persians have ever piqued your interest, then read this comic.
The art is drawn with a digital drawing pencil on a tan colored comic strip. It is really interesting to see so many different characters drawn in very unique styles.
Take a trip into ancient history and read The History of One Humankind by KonungBalt, rated E!

Featured Aug. 19, 2020
Teen, 78 pages

Raymond is a hardboiled, hard bitten, old style private dick. He's headstrong and goes after leads like a bloodhound. Thankfully his secretary has a calmer head on her shoulders and is there to back him up when he gets into trouble. The problem is that the leads he's following might not be off this world… something dark, evil and ghostly is stirring in the world. Gumshoe is a cool, groovy comic, it's in black, white, many tones of grey, and PINK, but more importantly it's animated! The pages are all made up of animated gifs so it has a really interesting and unusual look to it. You have to pause and look at the pages for a while to make sure you don't miss anything. Occasionally you have to do that to read the text because it disappears too fast but not often. The style is supernatural noir detective.

Read - Gumshoe, by Pencilz, rated T.

Featured Aug. 12, 2020
Everyone, 80 pages

Filaments a KerBop Story is a beautiful technicolor landscape awash with painted imagery that depicts the Universe. KerBop is a student currently enrolled in a school for Angels, but on this particular day of sitting in class lectures, KerBop warps into a cosmic portal to study Galaxy filaments up close and first hand. This is a magical and mystical comic for anyone who has ever dared to dream outside our Solar System.
One of the best details in this comic are the hand-lettered type fonts, which are all original and unique to each character speaking. The colors are vivid and vibrant with the ability to dazzle the cone-shaped color receptors in the cornea of the human eye.
Take a cosmic journey to the Filaments and read Filaments a KerBop story by caliway, rated E!

Featured Aug. 5, 2020
Mature, 34 pages

A funeral is a sad, grim occasion for most people. For Hel it's something else: work… hard work. She's there to correct a wrong, to send an unearthly creature back to where it belongs. She's a woman with a thousand years of history behind her. She has long experience at what she does, the dead and undead alike are no strangers to her. We follow her from her sad beginnings as a cursed and lonely child in icy Scandinavia to the present in sweaty Louisiana with her lovely and very busty friends. This is a Gothic styled supernatural horror fantasy with juicy colour and lovely illustrations, the art is all digital.

Read - Hel's Ferrywomen, by damehelsing, rated M.

Featured July 29, 2020
Mature, 39 pages

Bottomless Waitress tells the tale of a small town diner and the lovely ladies who work at the diner. There is only one rule: All employees must dress in the proper uniform attire (which does not happen to include any bottoms). The story centers around Polly, Francis, and Jane, where Polly is always ready to give Francis love and dating advice. Back in the diner, they have all sorts of antics going on—rowdy customers, slap stick antics, and spilled batter that needs to be cleaned up.
This is a collaboration comic drawn and hand-lettered by Ozone Ocean the Great and written by the Fun-Loving Banes. Everyone should read Bottomless Waitress because this feature has been seven years in the making and the story and art is really detailed and handled with care.
Find out if Francis will finally listen to Polly’s relationship advice and read Bottomless Waitress by ozoneocean and Banes, rated M!

Featured July 22, 2020
Everyone, 66 pages

Goddard is a peregrinating chap who's suffering the temporary embarrassment of a lack of lodgings… The poor fellow finds himself living rough, homeless in other words. But things change for the better after he hooks up with Grey, a fellow resident of the park they both share, but a resident who originates somewhat further afield! A VERY long way it turns out because Grey is an alien from outerspace. Goddard and Grey make a great pair- Grey gets help learning about the earth and Goddard gets free food and a couch!
This is a newspaper style comedy comic strip with a small but fun cast of evolving characters and some good jokes. It looks nice and professional, mostly in black and white but more recent strips are in colour.

Read - Goddard and Grey, by Ducksapien, rated E.

Featured July 15, 2020
Mature, 182 pages

In a world with creatures that resemble cute pocket monsters, there is a small, pink Mew-type animal that loves to give advice at a booth (as suggested by the title “Ask Andante”). Andante lives in a world with very similar creatures that also spend time responding and answering random questions that are emailed to them.
Most of the comic pages use a font that is hand-lettered. The comic pages are drawn and colored digitally.
Discover a comic that feels like an actual “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) board and read Ask Andante by Aibou, rated M!

Featured July 8, 2020
Mature, 28 pages

Bad Dog has been a bad dog, he mauled the proprietor of a brothel and ended up in prison. He's been sentenced to be executed in the Arena for the entertainment of the king and queen of the gods. Myths is centered around Atlantis, a place where gods and mortals mix, sometimes with terrible results. Our story begins in the prison where tensions are running high. A whole bunch of demigods and demigoddesses are clashing. This is an action adventure fantasy story with a mythological bent. The art seems to be inks and watercolours, it's bold, colourful and textured, suiting the subject quite well.

Read - Myths, by ConnorLachmanec, rated M.

Featured July 1, 2020
Teen, 40 pages

It is a typical morning in a picturesque cottage: wake up, smell the flowers, pick some fruit from an unknown plant, get chased off the scene by a pair of vicious boars. Aus is about to meet another Guardian named Eradin and take a needed vacation from his home. Before long, Aus runs into his childhood friend (and former bully) and he makes a break for it.
This comic is geometric, it is vibrant, brilliantly colored and bold. The first couple of pages have very limited to no dialogue at all, so the pages are able to speak for themselves.
Discover how Aus interacts with the other guardians of his town and read Ingenimia Aus by DFlimbingo, rated T!

Featured June 23, 2020
Teen, 39 pages

Mason Lannfuil and his big sister Piersa relocate to a strange island together, an island inhabited by monsters! They're mostly friendly, regular people who just happen to be monsters but they're STILL monsters nevertheless. Oh, and there are also plenty of humans on the island too. Piersa won't tell Mason what they're there for, poor Mason doesn't even know much about his own parents! Well, apparently they were famous monster hunters but that's all we know for now. Mason falls in with a conspiracy club in the hope of finding some answers. They're a mixed bunch and might be landing Mason with more trouble than he can handle!
The art is polished, cartoony, cell-shaded, and full colour with some slight manga influence. The story is a mystery action comedy.

Read - Plethora Island, by Pkism, rated T.

Featured June 17, 2020
Everyone, 70 pages

Burger Garrett’s day is starting off as any normal day—getting yelled at by his older sister, Lauren, which leads to him getting (literally) thrown out of the house and flung into local adventures with his best friend, Eric Espada. After blowing up the television and being handed fifteen dollars in order to pay for a fun outing, Burger and Eric head out to downtown.
The art is EXTREMELY vivid, with clean lines and clean professional coloring skills. Enjoying this comic’s art and dialogue is like watching a modern day cartoon.
Head into Hypnovious’ Bazaar of the Strange and read LWBiverse by Lolwutburger, rated E!

Featured June 10, 2020
Everyone, 929 pages

Beeeees! Not the beeees! Abejitas is about a grumpy odd couple of bee people, their daily life and the ridiculous situations they deal with. One wonders how these two ever got together in the first place. The snipes between these two and other characters like the doctor ante hilarious! The art is all analogue, in colour, stylised cartoon characters. The writing style is a three panel comedy comic strip. English isn't Lazarinho's first language and the text has obviously been translated, but the intention still comes across clearly and it adds to the charm.

Read - Abejitas, by Lazarinho, rated E.

Featured June 3, 2020
Mature, 34 pages

Moxie discovers the home of a very eccentric client after answering an advertisement for cleaning services in the paper. It turns out she now must work with a person who only needs her after the sun is set. Will her can-do attitude and very friendly personality shine through in a job that is nights only?
The art is drawn in black and white digital ink with a lot of use of texture shading.
Step into the lair of a supernatural client and read Moxie the Magical Maid by Aforextreme, rated M!

Featured May 27, 2020
Everyone, 24 pages

Crystal heads to the big city for the grim task of officiating at her brother's funeral. She doesn't want to be there, especially not at the behest of the people he worked for who, who he died for… But she steels herself and does her duty. Things don't go smoothly however. There's an attack in the heart of the city and things start to go off the rails. She meets a very important person and her adventure really begins! There's magic and alchemy in this 19th century style fantasy world, politics and dark doings. The art is pencil and watercolour, it's dreamy and soft. This is a very nice looking comic!

Read - CrystalVisions, by Roma, rated E.

Featured May 20, 2020
Everyone, 108 pages

The Daily Doodle is an amazing daily journal comic that chronicles the reality that we are all currently experiencing—life in the middle of a global-pandemic. The illustrations by haraya, drawn starting mid-April showcase the germaphobia and paranoia of life indoors and on the streets with an unknown presence lurking in the darkness. This is quite an important and interesting topic to document in a comic as many people can relate to it, worldwide.
The art is drawn in color and a VERY cute style! It is amazing that the update schedule is so frequent and very professional!
Remember what it is like to miss Jollibee as you are eating Instant Mi Goreng and read The Daily Doodle by haraya, rated E!

Featured May 13, 2020
Everyone, 28 pages

An ancient old woman shambles up to a even older tree that stands alone and isolated on a bare green hill. She makes a request of it, undergoes an intense magical ritual and examines the the detritus and trinkets she's collected over the course of her life… What is the purpose of all this? Hopefully we will soon see! Life is going through a process of transition here. The art in Tangkal is delicious, lush and colourful. It's bright digital work. The story is a fantasy, it's told mostly through images with only minimal text and there's even a Spanish Language version! Tangkal is only just beginning so get in now and join the ride!

Read - Tangkal English, by Maav, rated E.

Featured May 6, 2020
Teen, 50 pages

Melvin is visiting his best friend, Steve, in an unannounced and rather loud fashion one morning. The good thing about Melvin and Steve is that they can joke around constantly and throw in little jests while not getting upset with each other. The two are about to board a horse-drawn carriage to meet a King—a rather animated King in his castle. Along the way, they meet very interesting characters in the Village of Astana that will keep their lives interesting.
The pages are filled with vibrant and dynamic colored pages! It is quite a sweet treat for your eyes.
You are invited to meet the quirky King of Astana, so read SteveAndMelvin by DeanZeeks, rated T!

Featured April 29, 2020
Teen, 100 pages

Miriam and Karim make a pretty hot team. Miriam is a cyborg built for battle with the latest in military tech, Karim is a powerfully built man and a clever scientist to boot. The year is 2073 and the world isn't a safe place (is it ever?), high tech and cyborgs are commonplace, and the situation in Italy is very unstable! You need to be hardy and savvy to survive. Thankfully this is one tough married couple, Miriam is a one woman strike team and Karim is a technological genius, but they still get into some pretty sticky situations. This is a full on action Scifi cyberpunk comic with detective elements and plenty of humour. The art is all digital, some in black and white but most in colour. The style is professional and cool. The action is all set in a futuristic Italy which gives it an usual feel. English isn't Marcorossi's first language so sometimes the syntax is a little off, but I find that it just enhances the modern, exotic feel.

Read GeMiTo 2073, by Marcorossi , rated T.

Featured April 22, 2020
Teen, 70 pages

When Sierra, a fashionable young girl, visits her grandmother’s home in the idyllic, fairy tale cottage in the woods, life looks like it is more comfortable. She heads over to town for groceries and to visit Lacy at the local bar when she discovers Lacy has snagged a slot in the live music performances that weekend. After bumping into Will, the seemingly cool, punk rocker, Lacy’s life might make a turn for the interesting.
The art is drawn in black and white in a full-page format.
Tune into the latest updates to find out how Sierra and Will’s first meeting turns out and read Click Track Lolita by 0becomingX, rated T!

Featured April 15, 2020
Teen, 45 pages

A caravan convoy of misfits journey across the vast water-less wasteland at the centre of the country, tackling the treacherous Stiretzki Ridge together and the dangerous town of Cragwater hidden within it. It's the only source of water for thousands of miles in any direction and an irresistible lure for bandits and near-do-wells. So far all they've had to face was heat, giant centipedes and a bolting horse, but that looks to be the least of their worries!
The are is all digital, sketchy, stylised, fun and fitting the subject. This is an action adventure fantasy western, that really does fit the western genre to a tee!

Read Cragwater, by TallFroyo, rated T.

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