Featured April 17, 2019
Everyone, 54 pages

A dangerous terrorist mastermind, The Gentleman, has hijacked control over the world's robotic drone armies. Only one small mercenary group of combat experts stands between him and total anarchy… among them is his daughter, Boom. They embark on a reckless frontal assault against his desert stronghold in an effort to regain control of the robotic military force. Operation Boom is brimming with fast paced, exciting action, combat, explosions and more. It really IS action packed! The art is real eye candy, drawn with pencil then digitally inked and coloured to a professional level: Quite stylised in an angular fashion, featuring great foreshortening and use of perspective on figures. The story is an action adventure that rockets forward at great speed. Break out the popcorn!

Read Operation Boom, by RecklessHero, rated E.

Featured April 10, 2019
Mature, 155 pages

Shasta wakes up in the middle of a graveyard and receives a note detailing the next action she needs to take. She makes the wrong choice and gets her head blasted off, but luckily for her, she gets a second chance to right her wrongs. Time to make the right decision this time, Shasta.
The comic is brought to you by the same creator of the featured comic Joy to the World! It is drawn in black and white and is formatted into three panel comic strips.
Crawl out of the graveyard and read Breached by Wrathborne, rated M!

Featured April 3, 2019
Everyone, 43 pages

Occy Vagoose is royal guardian to prince Corgan, who is not the heir to the throne because he's only a younger son, but that just means he can have more fun and Occy is more than glad to indulge him. Occy is an unusual blue fellow from the planet Argoe. He's happy to go on adventures with his human prince sidekick, get into trouble and work his way out of it! Edentia is an action Scifi comedy featuring a whole lot of cool mecha! It's full colour and highly stylised. If you like what you see you can also read the later version called Edge of the Universe, also by Eotu! Read EDENTIA, by Eotu, rated E.

Featured March 27, 2019
Everyone, 213 pages

Shinji Desmedi is a shy, introverted student unlike his very social sister and loving father. He has a difficult time looking up once he lets his gaze down at school. One day he is approached by a girl who misreads his inability to engage in a conversation as a rejection and he is ostracized by his peers once again. He tries to take out his energy in a healthy way, but instead dwells in all of the negative words and put downs. That night Shinji walks in on his dad outraged over a young man who he believes is going to do something terrible one day. The next day at school, Shinji encounters the young man at his school campus even though he is not a student. Should Shinji be concerned about this unknown visitor?
Generation Y is drawn in a black and white manga style. It is meant to be read from right to left in order for the dialogue to make sense.
Find out more about the mysterious boy that crossed Shinji’s path and read Generation Y by Ayaluna, rated E!

Featured March 20, 2019
Teen, 120 pages

Kairo Takesihi is a damn good field agent and a double agent to boot but he's starting to have second thoughts about his divided loyalties… Evan and Kat are two super-mutant kids trying to keep their powers hidden and stay out of trouble but they may not have to do that much longer if the secret police hire them. Kat will finally be able to show herself to the world just like she's always dreamed! Sunstrike and Bluemist is a full colour, digitally drawn, superhero action drama. There's a good action and character development. I especially liked the deaf character and the prosthetic leg, nice touches!

Read Sunstrike and Bluemist An Origin Story, by ShaRose49, rated T.

Featured March 13, 2019
Mature, 20 pages

Bunni could have stayed underground and been happy, but one day he discovered Carot, a once worshipped “veggi” that needed to be plucked. However, lurking deep in the forest lives scary creatures like a monster pig that Bunni and Carot are able to tag team and take down. Welcome to this dark world where the hero is a pink rabbit with a mouth on its stomach and his sidekick, a talking carrot.
The art is ultra vibrant with a lot of pinks, neon green, and bright violet color choices. The art is also reminiscent to the drawing style of late night, mTV animated shows.
Descend into the dark underbelly of the peaceful land of Eden and read Bunni and Carot by bunnicarot, rated M! (Strong language, mild violence)

Featured March 6, 2019
Teen, 76 pages

Clint returns to his po-dunk town with a hillbilly mullet and wild tales of war among the stars, blood, death, alien abduction, lizard-men, cat-people, and glory! Redneck is a wild SciFi action story about Redneck Clint who was abducted by aliens shortly after a hellish tour of duty fighting in Vietnam. He ends up fighting as a gladiator in an arena against otherworldly antagonists… the rest is history.
Redneck has an unconventional story structure, with Clint relating episodes from his adventures, not necessarily in order. The character “Hunter” is influenced by Jumanji, and Clint's adventures are reminiscent of Burroughs' John Carter of Mars. The art is heavily stylised, with flat digital colour. This is a compelling story!

Read Redneck, by metsuke, rated T.

Featured Feb. 27, 2019
Teen, 30 pages

When a wish granting fairy appears in front of two boys, Katsuo and his best friend Will, she asks what they both want. Will refrains to answer, but Katsuo wishes for the most beautiful girlfriend in the world. The next morning, Katsuo wakes up next to a beautiful, blonde, and voluptuous teenage girl. However, his friend Will is nowhere in sight. Oh hold on, it turns out that Katsuo and the mysterious girl have already met (and they are already best friends). Now Katsuo’s friend must try to blend in at school as the brand new and cute female student!
My Cute Wish is drawn in a manga art style. It is in full color and digitally colored pages. It uses very nice shading techniques and perspective drawn backgrounds.
Step into a new body of work and read My Cute Wish by Jigglenaut, rated T!

Featured Feb. 20, 2019
Everyone, 131 pages

Dark things are afoot in the land of Aikonia. The rift between the higher plain has been breached and now staff and students at the magical university are behaving very strangely, dangerously, even murderously… Evil stalks the halls. But who's behind it and what do they want? If something isn't done before it's too late the consequences could be disastrous! Aikonia is a fantasy, mystery, drama comic with a heavy emphasis on magic. It's professional drawn, heavily stylised and in full colour. It's a rollicking story and a real page turner.

Read Aikonia, by Aikonia (Andrew-David Jahchan, David Baron, and Alexandria Smith), rated E.

Featured Feb. 13, 2019
Everyone, 19 pages

On the day of their wedding a non-ugly, non-evil, and manipulative witch transformed Daverus (aka Davi) the groom into a giant brown bear. Now he and his wife, Jazrae, have started a quest where they are trying to find a way to turn the spell around and to transform him back into his human body. This is an adventure story staring a cat girl and an ursa major hoping to find a way back to normalcy. This comic is in full digital color with dynamic poses and entertaining facial expressions.
Find out the reason for the witch’s decision to transform a man into a bear and read Ursa Tale by dxkim123, rated E!

Featured Feb. 6, 2019
Mature, 184 pages

Beatrice has been experiencing the same disturbing dream for the last 8 years. Sometimes she can barely wake from them. She always sees a woman with yellow eyes. THIS time the woman spoke to her… “Let me out”. What does it mean? Is it more than just a dream? Is there an entity trying to communicate with her, or posses her? Scarred Eden has deliciously coloured, wonderfully drawn digital artwork and a beautifully proportioned main character! It's a mystery story that's slowly developing and deepening.

Read Scarred Eden Scarred Eden, by Damehelsing, rated M.

Featured Jan. 30, 2019
Everyone, 79 pages

Have you ever spent countless hours playing with toys and making up stories of many little adventures? The inspiration behind Space Repair Garage: The Comic was ninja_bait’s own personal Lego collection and the original stories written about them. The best part is that a lot of the art is hand drawn with a style of a draftsman. There are some Star Wars references within a very original storyline.
The art is drawn in horizontal 4-panel comic strips like traditional newspaper comics and all the fonts use hand lettered writing. All the comics are in black and white. This comic has reached over 60 pages and updates Wednesdays and Fridays.
Get a rocket ready for take off and read Space Repair Garage: The Comic by ninja_bait, rated E!

Featured Jan. 23, 2019
Everyone, 123 pages

This is the fascinating and harrowing tale of a person discarded by society, used up, pushed to the side and forced through the cracks. You are shown life from his unique perspective and taken into his dark world, increasingly farther on the fringes of every day life. And yet he still hangs on and keeps trying to stay existing within the uncaring machine that is modern America.
A well written and well drawn, text heavy biographical story. Here is a sample of one of the bright nuggets:
“Youth is stifled by its effulgent ego and lack of wisdom, while age is imprisoned by sloth and parsimony. Each wants what the other has, yet each hates the other with a passion.”

Read The Vagabonds Waifs and Strays, by Artisto Escondido, rated E.

Featured Jan. 16, 2019
Teen, 93 pages

Berry just moved into his Aunt Key’s home, but with a price! He now has to work at a cafe on Crepe Island and his coworker, Candy, is helping him with the rundown on regular customers and daily chores. The cafe is located directly across the street from In & Out Island Breakfast where Berry quickly becomes aquatinted with a sign spinner from the restaurant. After some confusing shenanigans, Berry returns to his cafe and Candy takes him to her favorite place. This island is full of wonderful surprises and mysteries.
The art is drawn digitally and in color. It uses a very soft and gentle pastel color scheme.
Join Berry as he explores Crepe Island and read Cafe on Crepe Island by dyohna, rated T!

Everyone, 21 pages

Percival the pigeon has a plan! It's a crazy plan and it's probably not going to work… in fact it certainly won't but he's going to try it anyway. In the far future humanity have left the earth a horrible wasteland haunted by giant mutated swamp-beasts and the brave inheritors of civilisation: the rats, pigeons, gulls and bugs… Percrival wants to reverse the destruction and take the world back to the paradise it once was. This is a short little comic with a fun environmental message, all in black and white line art, the story is action adventure. It's just been complerted so you can read it all in one go! AverageArtistAmber is also the creator of the ongoing Demon Demolition Duo, so be sure to check that out too!

Read Percival Pigeons Perilous Plan, by AverageArtistAmber, rated E.

Featured Jan. 2, 2019
Teen, 26 pages

It is Halloween night and a crescent moon is up in the sky. A fuzzy faced loner in a hoodie named Kurt is running through the street until he enters a bar to get a drink. Everyone is dressed up in fantastic costumes, so it is easy for someone out of the ordinary to blend in tonight. However, Kurt, a partially transformed werewolf, is way too observant to ignore that there is a vampire at the bar who is the real deal. Things are about to get really heated when a werewolf meets a vampire!
The art is pretty gorgeous. Sometimes the backgrounds remain monochrome in order to highlight the main character.
Follow Kurt into the bar and see where his chance encounter with a vampire leads and read Run Stop Go by bucket, rated T!

Featured Dec. 26, 2018
Teen, 1144 pages

Val needs to get some meat for dinner, his mum says so. The market is about to close so he has to go and hunt bubbits… But he's cowardly and easily frightened, and bubbits have sharp teeth and a bad temper and he worries they'll eat him! His fears are almost justified, but a pretty girl by the name or Kora saves him. There's a strange mystery surrounding the fearless Kora, a mystery that's about to bring Val more trouble than he ever dreamed! And thus begins an epic fantasy adventure.
This is a really fun and compelling story set in a fantasy world, it's a comedy action adventure. The art is mainly black and white line art, mostly pencil on paper with chibi style characters. It starts of a little rough but gets smoother in later pages. And there are a LOT of pages to read!

Read Coward of Valor, by Matt@Deadpen, rated E.

Featured Dec. 19, 2018
Mature, 54 pages

There are murders happening around town. All that is being left is a trail of bodies. This leads to a series of rumors spread by the citizens and an individual named Hate is on the move looking for the reason behind the mysterious stories. This is a great comic for anyone who enjoys true crime investigation shows with a bit of paranormal events mixed in. This comic has strong language not intended for younger audiences.
The art is drawn digitally, mostly black and white with splatters of red.
Find out if the killer is a killer or a trickster and read Urban Legend by Wolva, rated M!

Featured Dec. 12, 2018
Teen, 69 pages

Isaac and Ben fight it out in the arena, watched by thousands of spectators, waiting on their every move. The two orb users battle with their unusual powers, ice versus lightning, attacking and defending at high speed! But is there more to these competitors than simply gladiators who fight for entertainment? What is their relationship with the alien orbs that lend them their powers? What else do they do for the Valtic organisation other than fight? Traditionally drawn with full digital colour, the art is highly individual. Some of the body proportions are off but the action scenes are striking and intense! The fighting moves at a very fast pace, it's almost like watching TV. This is a SciFi action drama. Enjoy!

Read The Lightning Orb, by AWilsonnn, rated T.

Featured Dec. 5, 2018
Everyone, 54 pages

This is a story about a squirrel and a ferret, Chessie and Dook, and their domestic and wild antics. Watch as they go on adventures searching for the world’s biggest acorn, visiting movie theaters while making their own commentary, and avoiding getting hit by paper airplanes. One takes on a more serious approach to situations and the other has a more playful side. Hopefully these woodland pals do not drive each other nuts!
The art is drawn and painted digitally. The pages are in traditional comic strip format.
Take a stroll down the wild side and read Through the Window by Andore Modre, rated E!

Featured Nov. 28, 2018
Everyone, 155 pages

A poor Centaur finds them-self drowning in a river, only to be saved by a taciturn creature similar to its own kind but as dark as a shadow and as full of arrows as Saint Sebastian! This is a gorgeous looking fairytale fantasy about centaur creatures in a dangerous enchanted forest. Please enjoy the strikingly beautiful art here, all done with traditional media. The art is truly exceptional, Fleebites has gone above and beyond to create it. Colour, form, tone, shape, texture, all are lovely, let alone the actual representational imagery! Read Lost Honey, by fleebites, rated E.

Featured Nov. 21, 2018
Everyone, 72 pages

There is an unidentified teenager on the loose stealing paint, spraying fresh graffiti on the wall, hurting people, and drinking booze. This behavior needs to be stopped by the best group the city has to fight vigilantes: The Muscle Corps! Watch as this unique group of positive crime fighters- Tightwire, Beacon, Mega Jock, Goat, Boy Dracula, and Genius Bot-make an effort to stop the spread of petty crime in the city. The art is digitally drawn and in full color.
Take a bite out of city crime and read The Muscle Corps by BrainspaceComics, rated E!

Featured Nov. 14, 2018
Teen, 103 pages

Belle Starr is a space adventure queen inspired by Barbarella. She steels a little spaceship and tangles with some deadly space pirates whore after more than her treasures… This is sexy retro Sci-Fi Space opera 70's style! And not just “style” but this was actually MADE in the 1970s so this is no retro pastiche or historical homage, it's the real deal. The creator Jeff Salty created this comic back in the 1970s and he's posting it now on DD! The art is very stylised and individual, it's full colour, pen and ink on paper. No digital stuff here! The writing is classic for the context of its day; good old fashioned 70s SciFi adventure.

Read Belle Starr, by Jeff Salty, rated T.

Featured Nov. 7, 2018
Everyone, 137 pages

It is a typical day at the coffee shop and two baristas have to deal with the daily antics at their new job. After spending the morning trying to invent the next best spiced drink, a series of events occur from having to deal with strange customers, customers who are way too demanding with their order, little kids, and rats, oh wait, those rats are not supposed to be there. Oh, and now there is a fire, so everyone must evacuate the building!
The art is hand drawn and uses black and white for the line work. The character designs are nicely done and very original.
If you have ever been curious about the behind the scenes work at a coffee shop, then you must read The Sideshow by xythane, rated E!

Featured Oct. 31, 2018
Teen, 77 pages

Eon messed up bad! He was supposed to be escorting a magicless girl called “seed”, but he went and got himself ambushed… Nothing he's doing is working out. Hopefully with the help of a small army unit he can make things right. if not he can always go back to fighting in the ring. There's a lot of magic in this fantasy world ! It has a Japanese theme to it, which fits nicely with the manga style of the artwork. The colouring is quite sleek and professional. All in all this is a very well presented comic!

Read Ties that Bind, by Sakebento, rated T.


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