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.
Hereville is a comic book about an 11-year-old troll-fighting Orthodox Jewish girl.
Nadia’s daily routine as a delivery girl in the bustling Big City is disrupted one day when she passes through what seems like an ordinary white picket gate and into another world. As Nadia stumbles through this newfound land, and tries to find her place within it, she encounters its strange denizens and discovers all is not beautiful as it appears to be…
Follow our five heroes as they courageously fight (mostly amongst themselves), battle (boredom), and ultimately face the most fearsome enemy of all (paperwork)! Will they succeed in finding an adventure or will they EPIC FAIL?
Amilee is a madcap 12 year old Parisian girl living in a world of whimsey and delight. She’s here to take us on a tour of her magical city of Paris, well, the seedy underbelly anyhow…
Pre-Apocalyptic Blues is a darkly humorous web-comic series that takes place in the near-future of our modern world. It’s a world where incredible progress has been made in science and technology: life extension treatments, cybernetics, and more. It’s just a shame that the human race hasn’t progressed equally well. Welcome to the future, where the more things change, they more they keep sucking.
Alex Corbett and Walter Andrewkowski, two guys thrown together by chance, now making their way in a crazy universe one adventure at a time. All the while trying to stay one step ahead of the mafia and with the hopes of turning a profit.
“The Morningstar also known as Dorn” describes the life of Paul Paker – a computer genius and game freak. An experiment gone awry and murdering circumstances have pushed him into a corner of society. Only an idea as phantastic as the events which put him there can release him. This improvised idea results in an ingenious but rather complex plan.
In the span of a single day, Amal calls off his arranged marriage, comes out to his conservative parents, promptly gets disowned, goes on a bender… and wakes up the next morning to find TJ, a lanky, dreadlocked vagrant, frying eggs and singing Paul Simon in his kitchen.
Experimental comic with literary ambitions that is about everything and probably also about nothing. it might be serial poetry. it might be an anti-comic. there are literary references, general weirdness and some philosophy and displeasant obnoxiousness, too.
The story begins in 1999, when, with the help of Phobos, United Space Group has achieved another unprecedented leap in human achievement by launching earth’s first interstellar vessel: Westward. Using a mysterious method nicknamed Escherspace, Westward possesses the ability to travel apparently limitless distances almost instantly. Its multinational crew of explorers and colonists has been given the task of exploring the farthest reaches of outer space, searching for valuable resources and planting settlements on distant worlds. Along the way, they will learn just how unprepared they are for this mission…and they will find that in a dark and mysterious universe, the most terrifying discovery of all may be themselves.
A serialized graphic novel about a young girl whose family move to Oregon in 1980. She meets a boy who says he’s from the future to stop her dad from destroying it. Her dad begins to cozy up with the local cult. Her brothers find an underground house, led there by eerie voices. Ghouls begin haunting the waking and sleeping lives of all involved. Being a kid is tough enough as it is. All this other stuff? Woof.
The Wonder Weenies fight crime – with relish!
Mystery, Babylon the Great is a villainous character from the book of Revelations. She is described as a woman dressed in purple and scarlet, loaded with riches, possessing a cup of abominations and filthiness, and chilling out on a beast with seven heads. She is supposed to be some sort of creepy allegory for a corrupt city/church/false religion. In this comic, she’s a more literal interpretation of the character.
As people go through life, they accumulate emotional baggage. These negative feelings amass over time inside of our “Soul Sinuses” where they can be resolved, ignored, or suppressed. If issues are left unresolved and fester for too long, these Soul Sinuses can become clogged, with negative feelings merging together to create Bad Vibes – malicious creatures embodying the intensity of those feelings. But we can’t just go to a regular doctor for these kinds of problems – they wouldn’t believe us. Enter Witch Doctors, spiritual figures able to extract Bad Vibes from within people’s souls and either kill them or convert them into Good Vibes. They are aided in this process by Loa, spirit companions that can possess a Witch Doctor’s body to give them brief enhancements.
Jason and Liana are the children of Aeren, a fugitive from the planet Ovanan, a world of powerful, beautiful and ageless psionics. Both children possess extraordinary powers. Jason, only 17 years old, is a disruptor, capable of short circuiting the energy systems in machines as well as in living beings. Liana, 15 years old, is the most powerful form of psionic in the known universe: she is an Avatar, a being who can draw on the life force of all the Ovanan people and wield that force as a weapon. Avatars are the religious leaders and protectors of Ovanan, but only one Avatar can exist at a time, and as long as Liana lives, she is a threat to Ovanan which has sent its massive warship the Siovansin to assassinate her.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt, the creators of the web comic Walking On Broken Glass. It’s has been described as a Supernatural Office Dramedy Romance about Murder. It’s about monsters, magic, werewolves, witches and vampires! (Oh my?)
We spoke of lots of topics, Geekiness, women in comics, starting a comics studio and much more. Sit back relax and learn more about this amazing group of comic … More
The neighborhood’s local Fan Boy – Julian Drees – has an unhealthy obsession with the popular albeit anonymous romance novelist “Sydney Morgan.” Can Julian and his friends find the identity of the novelist? Will he ever be able to profess his undying love and live happily ever after? Or is this all one big joke? Probably.
The Specialists is the story of what might have happened if the Nazis had developed their superhuman Übermenschen during World War II. How would this affect the war? How would the Allies respond? Those are the questions we hope to answer in this comic.