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.
While spending the summer at his grandmother’s old house in the country, a young boy named Jonas discovers a portal to another realm, a magical place inhabited by all manner of fantastical creatures and strange powers.
Plume is a story set in the Old West about a girl named Vesper Grey and her supernatural companion, Corrick. On their quest to recover her father’s life work, they encounter new friends and new foes, and learn that the Wild West is anything but tame.
What happens when you’re black sheep of the family who’s entrusted to protect the world? You open a paranormal investigation firm in New York and drink, a lot.
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.
Follow the story of Eddie ‘El Cuervo’ Vargas, a hitman-for-hire who has a crisis of conscience and begins contemplating his retirement. During his final job he is the victim of a vicious double-cross, which becomes the starting point of his new adventure.
After Patrick loses his job and his girlfriend – both, for the most part, due to the fact that he has been picked on and beaten up his entire life – his roommate, Andy, takes him out for a night of bar-hopping where he meets two girls: one who could easily be the girl of his dreams and another who attempts to burn down his home.
Now, with his best friend and pseudo-stalker, Patrick is determined to start up his own business using the only skill he has ever known: getting beaten up.
Salty sea fun with everyone’s favorite pirate. Board the failboat and come along for the bumpy ride.
Xander “wakes up” to find that he is still dreaming, that his life is in danger, and that he must quest through the world of dreams to survive. He is joined by a medieval knight who hails from the Realm of children’s dreams
The Super-Gay Adventures of Ross Boston tells the story of a 23-year-old gay pizza boy who gets swept up into a life of adventure after assisting a Wizard in peril. The two are joined by an 80s workout video instructor, a sassy gay beast, and a super-secret ex-spy, all of whom work together to protect the monster citizens of an alternate version of our very own planet Earth.
Join the adventures of Dhiar, Incubus shopkeeper of the magical pleasure shop Phantasies. Rich in satire and sexy fun, Incubus Tales aims to leave readers with a good feeling and a thrill.
Comic Action Role-Play (or CARP) is a story-driven slice-of-life comic about a group of adventurers in a Dungeons and Dragons type setting.
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.
Newt and John are roommates. John is an ant who’s a scientist. Newt is a newt, who gets in the way and always has a sarcastic word for John. Outer Space, Time Travel, and John’s inventions are many of the funny stories.
Hereville is a comic book about an 11-year-old troll-fighting Orthodox Jewish girl.
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.
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.
Cosmic Dash is a web comic with massive science fiction and space opera influences. The comic deals with a massive galaxy, The Silver Spiral Galaxy, that is being explored, but derives its focus from following around Dash Kameku, and his crew-mates as they transport cargo around the known territories.
Godsend begins in an ancient, alternative Jerusalem, where the prophesied messiah is supposed to begin his quest to unite and lead the squabbling nations against an encroaching terror. Instead, he dies, leaving behind his desperate friends to try and con the world into believing the messiah still lives, so that they may have some inkling of a chance at defending their doomed world.