Captain Nikita Kirchhoff has an important mission to undertake. An ancient satellite has crashed to earth, a relic containing precious high technology from earth's past. Whichever nation can recover it first will gain an enormous technological advantage over the others! Nikita is gathering his team… But they might find more than they expect.
The art is top notch, nicely stylised, regular, well drawn, and fully coloured digital work. The story is SciFi action adventure, with more than a dash of comedy. O Sarilho updates daily, follow along for a great read!
Read O Sarilho, by SHIZAMURA, rated T.
Oh Ok is a highly visual and stimulating mind trip of two friends as they embark from their quiet isolation in their apartment bathroom to the outside world where they get pulled over by a police officer. This is a striking surreal, stream of conscious art that takes your eyes on a journey that is both exciting and experimental. Towards the end, just turning on a lamp leads to exciting displays of color.
The art is drawn in the style of a black and white outline drawing with minimal shading while using cell shading in a monochromatic red color scheme. A lot of it is drawn in a stunning dynamic, entertainingly visual display.
Step inside a psychadelic visual trip of hand soap and getting pulled over and read Oh Ok by GoblinOrgy, rated E!
Little ordinary Suzie is thrown into an unusual world… Her schoolmates are weird, her teacher is super bizarre and her grandfather is not what she expects at all, and thank goodness for that! This promises to be a funny, surreal, cartoony adventure with Suzie and her amazing grandpa. Watch out for the bonus story about a boy who inexplicably finds himself in the grey ashen world of limbo and comes face to face with the, old, cold denizen there. The art here is all digital, gloriously cartoony and full colour with a very pro look to it. The Reaper's Cabin chapter is black and white, with the emulated look of charcoal and ink. The story is pure fantasy fun and it's just starting up so make sure you get on board and follow along!
Read My Magic Grandpa, by JitterbugJive, rated T.
When a male student from the West embarks on a journey to Southern China with the hope to be in closer proximity to the girl he longs to be with, he brings along a diary and records his daily adventures. This comic is based on a real Chinese diary that actually existed and the stories from looking for housing to picking up new Chinese vocabulary words really did happen.
The art is drawn on a monochromatic yellow background in black and white ink. Finally get permission to read through someone else’s thoughts in a foreign land and read Chinese Diary! Chinese Diary by Aldoterm, rated M!
This is the story of the life and times of Pete and Tom! Pete is a top hat wearing circle and Tom is a clever triangle. This might seem like a comic about simple shapes but there's more to it: The slice of life adventures these guys get up to are highly relatable and really quite funny. This world of shapes is surprisingly fun and enjoyable! I urge you to give it a go.
The art is simplified and consistent, coloured, and fully digital. The writing style is a slice of life humour gag strip.
Read SillyCircle, by SillyCircle, rated T.
The Prologue of Invasive Species opens up in a setting very similar to a role-playing game complete with character avatars and text boxes. It is as if the narrator is immersed in this digital land as he goes in and out of consciousness with reality. The main character goes by the nickname “Korn Flake” as bestowed on him by his friend Tolvin Zhao (a.k.a. Bubble T) as the two discuss life, their careers, and struggles.
The art of Invasive Species is a mix between traditional colored pencils, photographic backgrounds, and digital dialogue. The comic creator, bgarrick, advertises LIVE twitch streams every Sunday to show off his creative process.
Find out what happens when you move something from their comfort zone into a new place and read by bgarrick, rated M!
We begin with Trigger Warning, a story about Nathan Wood, prisoner of the mysterious Institution. This mild mannered man seems prone to horrific acts of violence… But why, and who is keeping him imprisoned?
Then we dive straight into our second tale, They were Wolves. In a small armed village two young children, Xara and Bobo, run carelessly. They play harmlessly enjoying their youth and innocence. Xara is headstrong and bold, Bobo is timid and wary. This peaceful scene is about to be shattered…
All the art is in black and white and drawn with a pen. It's sketchy, richly detailed and heavily stylised. The stories are full of action, tension and suspense.
Read Hyperbolic Fabrications Presents, by HyperFabMag, rated M.
Coquin is an interesting collaboration comic that brings together an American writer (Finch) and a French artist (Floch). The story follows a French fashionista named Serena and a British genie in a comic that originally ran as the weekly comic of a feminist magazine. Serena has a very liberal mindset on politics and the genie has a completely opposite world view. See how these two argue on various political issues and current events.
The art is drawn and hand inked in black and white with hand lettered dialogue.
Find out the French translation of Coquin and read Coquin by Kagaenod, rated T!
It's 1995, the fall of the Soviet Union has gone hard for its former states, particularly Ukraine, which has partiallly collapsed into anrachy. This is the story of a young person with a shotgun struggling to survive the harsh winter alone in the snow, hiding from fellow humans in the forrest… and maybe, slowly making a friend? This is a realistic story of survival and war, with a nice sprinkling of humour throughout. It's set in an alternate version of the 1990s, because the Ukraine didn't end up like this back then, but coincidentally it's sort of ending up this way now! The art is sketchy line work, but as you can see for the nice cover art this is older work and will improve as the comic goes on. The story is war/action/adventure, the lead character's strugles and observations will keep you complelled and wanting more!
Read The Second Crimean War, by The Doodler, rated T.
In a world with its own Creation story that has its own female God and the Devil, it also includes humans, orcs, trolls, vampires, elves, and aliens. In this world, the good are given gifts and the bad were transformed into less ideal forms. For her creations, God also created five clairvoyants who were to stay on top of a mountain guarded by Olympians. Arcadia has its own foundation of lore that centers around world building.
This comic is full pages all in black and white.
Find out why the aliens landed 697 years ago and read Arcadia Project by ArcadiaProject, rated E!
There aren't many survivors left unscathed in this post apocalyptic world, you have to make friends where you can find them. With that in mind, Devil befriends Sister when he saves her from being attacked by a violent man. Sister is a friendly robot that seems to only want the best for people, Devil is a tough but kindly guy and an amazing fighter. together they make a great team! They encounter many fellow survivors but sometimes the friendliest face hide the direst evil.
The art is fully digital, grey, black and white. It's stylised, consistent and cool. The story is action adventure, post apocalyptic drama.
Read Shrouded RD, by Scv01, rated T.
On the eve of a terrible event, corrupt government officials will lay the foundation that will unleash a dangerous foe on Adelon city. A young high school student, Yukio, wants to join his older sister’s group of motorcyclists even against his mother’s wishes. Jane, a young professional heiress who runs her own National Corporation, sits and contemplates traumatic events from her formative years. What will be the catalyst of the evening’s events that will set the course for turning Adelon into a war zone?
This comic is drawn in full-colored pages with highly detailed and dramatic angles. Get on a high speed motorcycle and read The Red Moon by Azumi lee, rated T!
Brisco and Rudy are two specialised vigilantes that working together as a team. They work together using their complimentary skills and talents to foil criminals. Their abilities are tested right away in the very first chapter when their harmless trip to the museum is rudely interrupted by a gang of particularly nasty villains bent on terrorising the patrons and performing a spot of artifact theivery! This is an action superhero comic of a sort, with fantastic fights and crime-solving. The story clips along at a very good pace, introducing the characters and the scenario right off the bat! The art style is Antho, stylised, with a cool gritty texture underlying all the images, all full colour digital work. The artist has done a great job to make the work as presentable as possible.
Read The Watch Dogs, by Ferney Perdomo, rated E.
A group of well-equip runners meet at a challenging post in order to practice their running ability. The only problem is that dark creatures lurk in the deep and divided chasms of the natural reserve. However, there is much more than meets the eye when very dangerous and bizarre creatures start to emerge from the forest. Do these creatures have a fighting chance against the humans who are out to defend themselves?
The art is drawn and colored digitally. This comic shows off a world of original monsters.
Pack a Camelbak water bottle and prepare to run faster than ever before and read Runner by JC_Mraz, rated T!
There's a theory that the key to success is simply to rip off the story of King Arthur, ok? But you have to do it in a way that isn't too original or a slavish knockoff, there has to be perfect balance… only then can you be a super successful creative rock star at whatever you apply yourself to, like the highly lucrative and successful world of webcomics for example, where billionaires and the world's most successful influencers have their playground! Arspitzer is one such king of industry, his hilariously spoofy comic is brilliantly observed with wry humour, cleverly timed setups, jokes that pay off many strips later and a good bit of comment on some of the silliness of webcomics in general.
The art is quite rough and sketchy, some is in colour but most is black and white line art. The style grows on you though and it's consistent. If you want a Christmas treet start here: https://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Ripping_Off_King_Arthur/5556400/
Read Ripping Off King Arthur, by Arspitzer, rated M.
Lobo is one of the greatest boxers in the ring. One day, after getting knocked out from a long day of training, his pet retrieves a mysterious ball container that might have housed an unknown creature. Why has this creature suddenly appeared in Lobo’s house and what adventure does it have in store for him?
The Legend of Wind Fist is written entirely in the Spanish language. It is drawn mostly in black and white digital art.
Follow the mysterious creature and the metal ball and read Legend of Wind Fist by miguelhan, rated E!
There are many anthro creatures in the world now, decades after Chernobyl bathed the world in mutagenic radiation humanoid animals have almost become a norm. Our story centres on Moly Lusc, a chain-smoking, sassy black streetwise seal with an attitude, a knack for survival and a bit of a ruthless streak for getting her own way. She also has an interesting habit of eating soap and subsequently a clever talent for blowing bubbles, which she uses in surprising ways! This is very much a neo-nior story, with anthro characters and a comedy flavour! The art is a work in progress but visibly improving as Andreas experiments with his style, it's mostly in tones of grey, all done with pens, only the lettering is digital.
Read Molly Lusc, by Andreas Helixfinger, rated M.
After traveling several miles on winding roads, Adrienne Barbara Whippet has just arrived in the town of Barkham to meet her father. The only problem is that her first meeting is with a lawyer of her father’s estate and her father is no where in sight. Adrienne enlists the help of fellow local, Yaeko Akita to find out more about her father.
The comic is drawn in full pages of black and white art. The special attention to the details of cuisine and architecture of Japan makes this comic special.
Catch the story in the middle of a flashback and read Barkham Horror by Scott D, rated E!
Is Santa Claus just a story we tell young kids, is it a vast conspiracy involving all adults working together with the government for some reason, or is he a real person? In the The St Nickolas Conspiracy Heather sets out to discover the truth after her science-minded friend Micha sets her on an inquisitive path. This is a bizarre and interesting comedy mystery story, and very seasonal too! Just the thing for this time of year.
This is a very expanded story with pages all being told in a single pane. The art is all full colour and digital in a painterly cell-shaded style. Good for all the family!
Read The St Nickolas Conspiracy, by Doorki, rated E.
SG, a teenage girl, is on the lookout for her missing boyfriend but finds herself in the clutches of a mountain lion instead. Following her earthly death, she finds herself down the rabbit hole, greeted by an assortment of Eastern and Western deities until she spawns somewhere in Wisconsin greeted by a bunch of laid back hippies that enjoy a far out time and Led Zeppelin music. It turns out that the shirt on her back is her most important ticket to the afterlife.
The art is drawn in digital color. The story is told in a full-page comic layout.
Figure out the true path after this life and read Feint by stonedraccoon, rated M!
Erin and Capitan Deakins are working for the state, their current mission is to bring in an escaped historian, Simon Mandel, who's working on Project 5… if they don't find him alive they have to return his dead body. The wilderness outside the citadel walls on Jupiter's moon of Ganymede is a dangerous place, it's very hard to survive a day out there, let alone after sunset. Whatever they do, they have to get back before it gets dark! These are some of the last humans left alive, anywhere. The settlement on Ganymede is humanity's last hope, so keeping track of the population is very important!
Inner Enemy is a SciFi adventure story with beautifully coloured, creatively stylised artwork.
Read Inner Enemy, by Sabin, rated T.
Full House is a slice of life comic about two sets of siblings and their quirky arguments. One pair of siblings, Hakeim and Haykal, has a story that is somewhat meta as the characters in the comic are currently in the process of creating their own comic. On the other side of the coin, we have Jill and Noah, a sister and brother team whose dynamic is very close to the polar opposites. There is a joy in seeing how two complete opposite personalities can be so closely related.
The comic art is in black and white with cut scenes and cover pages in color.
Enjoy a world that showcases the relationships of siblings and read FULL HOUSE by ProjectNutz by Chappy, rated E!
Colton Emerson dreams… he dreams of a life of action, daring do and bizarre supervillains, a life of something bigger, something better and more meaningful. Meanwhile reality smacks him down hard. He's working in a dead end job fixing dead watches, being a bastard to customers, and living under a weirdly “caring” dictatorship in a police state. But all that's about change with the discovery of a rather special jacket, a jacket that confers on the wearer some very unusual physical enhancements. Perhaps his dreams aren't really dreams after all?
This is an action superhero story with drama and comedy. It's all digital and mostly black and white, very professional looking art.
Read The Jacket, by RTHaldeman, (Biamonte and Hadleman) rated M.
Olivia (aka Lola) has finally decided to pay her older sister, Emilia (aka Emi) a visit after two years. The first thing Emi does is greet Olivia with a breakfast that definitely needs some work in the taste department, which is funny because Emi is the owner of the local Northerham Diner. Lola is running away from a lot of things including her mom and her best friend Lexi. Hopefully the time spent with her sister, Emi, will give Lola the space to figure out why she is trying to break free.
The comic creator, rinpa, comes from Finland and the art has a very delicate feel with very carefully selected color schemes to make each page rather unique.
Take a break at Northerham Diner and read Risk it for a Biscuit by funyurinpa, rated T!
Nel and Soul are two star crossed lovers, members of rival wolf packs who're at war with one another… they sneak out to meet in secrecy but how long can that last before they're found out and their lives are torn apart by terrible war? Soul's pack is huge and vicious, Nel's is small and friendly, the outcome of any conflict is hardly in doubt. The only hope is that the fragile truce will hold.
The art of Wild Wolves is impressive: fully digital, full colour and drawn with a very practised hand. It's mostly cell shaded with painted backgrounds, but some pages are fully painted. The story is a romance, drama, action adventure starring talking wolves.
Read Wild Wolves, by Epic SaveRoom, rated E.