member since January 01, 2007
There is no bio for this user.
Comics By DJLink
Comics Assisted By DJLink
Comics Recomended By DJLink
The inner thoughts and whims of Dave, the comic's protagonist (and, coincidentally, it's creator) are the main focus of this mainly autobiographical journal comic. There's a strip that includes a sexy pirate -- is that incentive enough for you?
In a world were common sense takes a back seat, and evil comes to make the world their own, only a group of a few brave souls can save the day! If they can focus on doing their jobs and not killing each other that is...
I could try to make this sound interesting... But then I would have to live up to it. Otherwise, stories of my life.
While rustling through her attic one day, April discovers a box from 2,000 BC that contains a secret that changes her life forever... Updates Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday (For now)
It's got more Vikings, Rainbows and Narwhals then you can can shake a reasonably priced stick at. After all, wouldn't the world be better and more interesting with an excess of those three things?
It's a autobiographic comic about, well, me and my daily life! Doesn't it sound like fun?
Following the Japanese tradition of writing a "picture diary" while in elementary school, this is a cartoon version of random events in my every day life in America and Japan. Updates every day except Friday and Saturday!
An American teacher in Japan finds romance and wacky misadventures when he gets engaged to a gothy mob princess. We have Time Monkeys.
The adventures of Pilli a normal girl and her ex-boyfriend who is now a calavera doll
Klutzy Tenkyo never expected a new friend to just wash ashore one night, and things only got weirder - from crazed robots to ghost ships, Punk-Pink is a whimsical comedy-adventure not to be missed!
A short comic about two girls in love, nothing original. Warning- contains yuri and an adorable chubby girl
Rule of Three focuses on four friends, Katerli, Hazel, Ivy, and Stone, as they get into all sorts of trouble.
Real life is funny. Sometimes painful. But still funny.
TLComics is a sub-comic of Terminal Unreality. It's a comic with no main story line. It's just random ideas I come up with that aren't really anything to do with the main story of Tu.
Two idiots against the planet in a desperate struggle for comedy.
The (real life?) mis-adventures of Michael Chick, The Author of a crappy webcomic, as he lives his life encountering computer games, work and anime... Not in that order! Done in both drawn cartoon and photo form! NO SPRITES!!!
The story of Angel Witch Pita is about a classically average, unspectacular young woman who comes across a book that, upon reading an incantation inside of it, releases dozens of monsters and incubi and succubi that had been sealed within it over a century ago. She is then contracted by a winged pig named Buhi, who claims that he is a cherub in training, to find those she's released and stop them from harming mankind. He empowers her with his halo, giving her an angelic appearance and the power to call upon an angel form. As her adventures progress, she collects an Incubus in child form named Jinx (who is really the leader of all of those from the book) and a Succubus named Beliel. She initially believes herself to be a type of magical girl, but the truth is far darker, and far deeper than she could ever imagine.
The moments that happened, need to happen, what be great to happen...computerized.
The Goddamn Panty Brigade are a group of self-centered, over opinionated and Strong independent females who really only want to get drunk, fuck shit up and have fun. unfortunately for the girls their leader Garnet Gutterslut’s definition of fun usually involves a lot of mischief and almost always has repercussions. sadly this is the rambunctious lives ofThe Goddamn Panty Brigade.
A comic about things that happen to me in real life, and some that occur in my mind. It's kinda like tossing what I hear and see into a blender. Hopefully I end up with an enjoyable and worth-while smoothy.
Following the daily events of a young woman with the mind of a mentally challenged 5 year old and the dream to one day become a "real artist", Vice and Virtue celebrates stupidity in all its shades and shapes.
Because everything starts with wota.
forum topics started
Videos Shared By DJLink