Story & Art: Ed Piskor
About: Kevin “Boingthump” Phenicle is a curious young loner whose thirst for knowledge leads him down some dark roads. From the first few pages of the tale it is revealed that Kevin is in prison after eluding the authorities for an unknown amount of time. The story will follow his journey starting from his youth, where he learns his way around the telephone system, to his first computer, we see him hone his social engineering talent leading up to the fateful day that he is captured, an unexpected climax, and beyond!
Story & Art: Sara Machajewski
About: Stark City Limits is a story about a dystopian city, closed off from the rest of the world. When the earth turned toxic and mutation set in, those left unaffected were quarantined in a dome-covered city. More than a hundred years have passed and life continues on the inside. Everett will discover what price must be paid to survive in the last inhabitable slice of the planet. And what price must be paid to be himself.
Story & Art: Doug Hufford, Todd Beistel, Jen Beistel
About: Yuri the Gypsy Hunter is a modern day tale concerning an orphan, a band, and lots of teenage angst. At its heart it’s a revenge story. We meet Yuri, as he discovers his quirks and imbalances, and follow him on his journey to avenge his parents and figure out just who exactly he is.
In 19th-century Turkey, an officer in the Janissary army must struggle to repay a brash adventuress for saving his life, even though she was the one who endangered it in the first place.
Story & Art: Brad Snyder & Brad Joyce
About: Flip and Barrel had an interesting beginning…
It all started one evening at Brad S’s former (and horrible) place of employment. he was watching two doofusses put their hands through one of those shnazzy Dyson bladeless fans. I thought, what if there had been a super-extra powerful blade in there? BAM! he had the first strip. From there he … More
Odin and Sean is the story of a bored elder Norse god and his twenty-something mortal roommate.
Warning: comic may feature corn demons and/or mustachioed apples.
2318. A galaxy at war, mankind stretched to the limits of civilization. The militaries of humanity fight for mankind’s very survival against an alien race.
Meanwhile, undeterred, pirates, criminals, terrorists and the corrupt run rampant in allied space, preying on the weak and the innocent. Law enforcement agencies are unable to stem the tide…if they even bother. Private militias, bounty hunters and others try to fill the gap, but they are not always effective and sometimes make it worse. Some even become the evil they fight against. But sometimes there are individuals – so-called “Professionals” – who get the job done…for the right price.
Enter Aikonia, a world filled with magic and treachery. The delicate peace struck between the world of magic and the world of man is at risk. The divide is crumbling and the entire world could be literally thrown into hell. Those entrusted to protect the kingdom serve on the Council of Magi, working from within the Institute of Magic to control and teach the use of magic. But when the thirst for power clashes with those who seek to protect the realm, who will emerge victorious?
The Monkey and the Mouse is very loosely based on Kev Brett’s two kids (at the time of writing this Dec ’10), one who’s 2 1/2 and the other who’s 8 months and the kinds of things they get up to in their very cheeky ways.
Welcome to the Hero Business, where we firmly believe “with great power comes great marketability.”
Salty sea fun with everyone’s favorite pirate. Board the failboat and come along for the bumpy ride.
A princess name Kurashu who wants to know about the Phoenician and it’s culture. She hires a knight name Serge, and they both set out on a journey to the Phoenician realm with their companions. What they don’t know is that the dark forces of Eden are in search for the Oracle which they believe they have found, and will stop at nothing to recover it. Encountering Dragons and their Dragoons Kurashu and Serge and the others will have to battle the dark forces in order to reveal the truth of the Oracle and of the past. The battle for the light and darkness has begun. Who will rage victorious and who will fall into the abyss?
Nathan Sorry is a hapless investment analyst who was supposed to be in the World Trade Center on 9/11 but instead disappears with a new identity and $20 million that he has inadvertently stolen. Two months later he shows up in a small southern town, waiting for his opportunity to flee the country, but his shaky plan begins to unravel as he gets a little too involved with some of the town’s residents.
Carnivale is a wordless comic about an artist, Kit Kaleidoscope, who has a day job as a gravedigger. While Kit struggles with her art, she also finds herself attracted to a local musician. All the while, the gravedigger who Kit works with encounters an elderly woman who makes him remember the painful details of his past, details which bear a striking resemblance to Kit’s own problems.
This week we sat down with the creator of the web comic Eleanor, Jason Gurley, to get a glimpse behind the curtain.
The setting of the comic is 2057-2060′s in an alternate timeline where the cuban missile crisis went terribly wrong. That’s really all you need to know just yet.
Washed up club singer FRANK SARTRE is in the grip of depression. A depression fueled by haunting, recurring dreams of a girl. A girl that holds the key to so many answers… yet seems forever out of reach.
A graphic novel about localism, racism immigration and the beach.
The Locked Maze is primarily a story about being small and powerless and still saving the world – not through any personal importance or great talent or anything so dramatic, but just by being the only person who could. One night two years ago, Holly didn’t die. And that one event led her to save everyone else.
The year is 2087. Earth has been mined into a shell, so mankind is mining the moon. But when ore shipments begin vanishing amid rumors of pirates, a new sheriff comes to town in the form of rookie security guard Cassandra Quinn. Can she solve the mystery of the missing ore? Or will she find out too much? Some secrets can get you killed…
It’s tough living in the 21st century, when mythical beings not only roam the earth, but camp out on your sofa and raid your refrigerator. Jobs are scarce; angels infest Brooklyn (the demons have taken all the good property in Manhattan) and minor gods bus tables at the local diner. The mortals of New York must balance not only their checkbooks but keep a close eye on their souls’ karmic account.