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.
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!
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.
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!
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.
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!
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!
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.
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!
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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When an uninvited call girl’s attempt to make easy money is foiled because of a sleeping client, a large scale sting operation planned by the police is also derailed. Brothels, sterile hospitals, and a time set three-hundred years in the future make this the perfect backdrop for Superintendent Inspector Baum who is searching for certain individuals. This is a science fiction adventure for the ages. (Rated mature for nudity)
This comic is drawn in full digitally colored pages and in a professional style. The text bubble colors and fonts vary based on the speaker.
Take a trip to the 2300s and read FCL55 by DoEL FCL55, rated M!
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.
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.