A Man without a name or memory or identity awakes in a city the inhabitants call “SanGre City”, the city of blood.
The only links to his past are a tattoo, the mask covering his bare skull, his “powers”, and the name “Jerry” he keeps hearing in his nightmares. To his side are young woman by the name of Janet, who takes him in and Nanobots, that maintain his body. On his quest to finding out about himself Jerry is also pressured into fighting crime and super criminals as a Superhero, people seem to believe him to being an important part in liberating the city – but once he finds out the truth about himself, will he be he bring peace to the city or destruction?
Smash is an all-ages webcomic about a 10-year-old boy whose dream comes true when he gains super-powers and becomes the costumed hero called Smash!
Based on James Mascia’s novel, High School Heroes, the story is about a girl named Christine who discovers she has the ability to read minds and her journey to become a superhero.
Godseeker is a weekly webcomic about a renegade fertility goddess on a quest to overthrow a vengeful pantheon to save mankind from dying out. She’s got to get around her own high priest’s ambition, a River Goddess who apparently shouldn’t exist and has a strange vendetta against her, and her own mythos. She’s accompanied by her own wavering power and a cursed priestess.
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.
It’s a loving parody of the dark/modern age of comics, focusing on a British guy with a foul mouth and no superpowers who starts as an awful supervillain and turns into a mediocre superhero.
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.
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!
Cartoneros del Espacio is a webcomic from Argentina (so, it is in Spanish) about a crew of aliens that go around the space collecting junk to sell. In these trips they get into a lot of adventures with a lot of nods to sf novels, movies and TV shows.
Little Jared’s adventures in a school for monsters.
Springiette is more than a webcomic, it’s love! This vertical four panel (known as Yon-koma) comic tells the stories of Chop Chop Ninja Doom, the ninja with an unhealthy obsession with potato chips, & Chocobanana Sofuto, the former olympic swimmer who is obsessed with cleaning. Together with their pets, Boo & Sushi, they’ll spread love all over the world!
Being homeschooled and raised with three brothers had its problems, but Maggie’s life is about to get a lot more complicated as she faces her greatest trial yet – entering public school for the first time!
Zapped away as a teenager from her home era of 52 BC, Cleopatra VII found herself in the middle of a centuries’ long war in the far, far, really far, far future. Now she fights alongside P.Y.R.A.M.I.D. (Pharaoh Yasiro’s Research And Military Initiative of Defense), both human and alienkind’s only hope against the evil Xaius Octavian.
The Wonder Weenies fight crime – with relish!
Salty sea fun with everyone’s favorite pirate. Board the failboat and come along for the bumpy ride.
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.
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.