A graphic novel about localism, racism immigration and the beach.
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.
Cucumber Quest is a comic about bunny kids going on adventures and having fun.
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.
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.
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…
The story follows a cursed monk (Mao) as he ventures out from his monastery and home, to find a cure to his affliction.
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.
The Bean is the webcomic story of a young Dishwasher, who works in an inn with a bunch of ogres. One day the Ogres send the boy for shrooms and he is kidnapped. During this time he finds a sword that is broken and now must heal the sword and find his true destiny.
Stripped Comics is an ambitious project: five webcomics by one artist with overlapping storylines that create a large, satirical superhero comic book world. Each episode is 8 pages long and new pages are posted 3 times a week, if not more more.
It’s about a gang of tenacious (if not shady) characters running a St. Louis speakeasy in the era of Prohibition. I suppose it falls somewhere in the realm of historical fiction, parody, dark comedy, and abject nonsense.
Battlepug was born out of desperate scramble to appease iFanboy. They contacted Mike to create a signature t-shirt for a new line of merch. However, Mike had been working exclusively with DC Comics for 4 years and had no original properties that he could reveal to the world yet. He drew an image and had Allen color it. And lo, a BATTLEPUG was born!
Thief-brat Sette Frummagem is on a mission, and she’ll lie, cheat, and steal to make sure it’s a success (she’ll lie, cheat, and steal anyway). Condemned to aid her in her rotten endeavours is a rotten corpse who seems oddly talented with the supernatural, and oddly not laying motionless in the dirt.
But the road is long and no one is what they seem. Never trust a thief, and never trust anyone who won’t let you look into their eyes.
This is a humor comic strip, relying mainly on slapstick and visual jokes, there’s also a storyline that holds it together, so it’s recommended to start from the first strip and reading subsequent installments to get that dreaded continuity.
PSYCHE is an icon of Humanity; A reincarnating spirit that represents the best of the species in each generation. Armed with enchanted blades that only harm evil and the fabled Overdrive Gauntlet that magnifies his energy, Psyche fights injustice and cruelty wherever it hides.
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.