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 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.
Salty sea fun with everyone’s favorite pirate. Board the failboat and come along for the bumpy ride.
Rita is a highly enhanced cyborg/AI/upload with a ton of training and an onboard system that plots out spectacularly death-defying routes for her; you are not! Don’t try any of this at home, kids.
Born of lightning and thunder, like a rare gas escaping from a crack in a blighted mountain, Bad Machinery tells the story of Charlotte, Jack, Linton, Mildred, Shauna and Sonny, six enterprising youngsters with an eye for MYSTERY.
Guilded Age is a fantasy webcomic about five heroes who have come together to work for a common goal: Three squares and a warm bed.
Also there’s an inevitable conflict brewing between warring coalitions based on centuries-old feuds, but we try to focus on what’s important.
When siblings Aiden and Kari Winters discover that an old family heirloom leads to a fantastic world, their haphazard use of the old crystal globe leaves them stranded. The two search for a way home, but discover strange abilities of their own, unlike anything found on Earth. As they become embroiled in the politics of the kingdom of Lavelle, the bickering brother and sister discover more about themselves and their family in this strange world.
A pug falls into a toilet, thus releasing a rather snarky genie who had up until that point been bound body and soul to the rather scummy receptacle.
Alone he fled, and came in from Outside. Upon the seething streets of Planet D he landed, in his armor and his rage. With General at his side and Wall behind, he wrote his name in blood across the worlds, worlds he would conquer, filled with foes to crush. He formed the Mob and set their star alight, the guns and gangs, machines and magic theirs, the red ambition his and his alone, until the System shuddered at his name: Destructor—the most dangerous man alive.
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?
General admin and office work is hell; at least it is for newbie Jip, who’s greener behind the ears than cabbage – and has an IQ to match that description. Luckily he’s not alone, for the office is filled with jerks to keep him company. Rejoice!
Boxer Hockey is a comic about four schmucks and their coach who play a dumb sport about hitting a frog in your underwear with big sticks.
A weekly comic about weirdness, geekery and the the infinite power of friendship. Well, maybe not so much of that last part.
“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.
Ninjasaur is about a dinosaur who is also a ninja (not the other way around).
In this story seven heroes from the farthest corners of the World meet and stumble into their first adventure. In the center of it all is the mercenary Benwick, who, because of the imprisonment of his mother, is forced into a difficult mission…
Welcome to the world of Johnny Saturn, a street-level avenger at the end of a long, brutal career. This is a world of high-flying, trendy superheroes who live like celebrities, and a shadowy, back-alley world where mystery men– those old-school vigilantes who rely on their fists and indomitable wills–wage lonely wars on crime. “Johnny Saturn” is a heady blend of horror, conspiracy theory, superheroes, classical mythology, and the paranormal.
A wordless comic starring strange, lonely characters that keep bumping into one another under bizarre circumstances.
Unbeknownst to any of these lost souls they’re all connected by the same common denominator – the Stupid Snake: an odd, reclusive creature in possession of godlike powers… but also ordinary stupidity.
Hanna Is Not A Boy’s Name is about an overactive ginger idiot trying to be a paranormal detective and sort of sucking but having an undead partner that is (surprisingly) better at it than he is. He also meets other types of paranormals and maybe one day stops being QUITE so terrible at his job. But no promises.