A group of animals talk about the downfalls of life including poverty, school, minimum wage jobs, and other things that just seem annoying. They discuss how these problems can be solved or avoided, try to think up some positive stuff, and mention the silly little things they hope for.

The adventures of a young Stegosaurus in a prehistoric fantasy world that’s falling apart at the seams. After a vicious invasion flushes Charlie from his Uncle’s mountain stronghold, Charlie must navigate barbarian clans, Thyreophoran slave traders, monstrous beasts, and th... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for graphic violence

After a long time, the fairy Ramses has returned to the royal court, but he is not interested in politics. He is very concerned for the state of the kingdom and the poor. Remses soon learns that his mother queen Lithe is trying to overthrown the kingdom and that his father invit... (Read more)

Rating: 17+ for violence, language, and nudity

Gemues (genetically mutated humans) are spreading a deadly mutagenic virus to humans. Most who contract the virus die horrible body-altering deaths. The ones that survive become carriers – never again able to touch another human being. It’s a situation that threatens to ... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for graphic violence

Set in a fictional post WWII Russia an Amur Tiger lives alone in a forgotten prison camp in the far east.  One eye was destroyed by the whip, the other branded and scarred with a sickle and hammer.  Though blind, the Tiger learns how to see with the aid of his friend, Mu... (Read more)

Get ready for some good old fashioned story telling about the American family life. Full of wooing romance, gullible husbands, good business, bad business, questionable politics, overly helpful friends, parents who know best, and people who think they know what they are doing. A fascinating cultural read.

Living in the lands of Nippon are the mysterious Kitsune. The mythological foxes are neither good nor evil, following their own values as individuals. In the Spirit World city of Myobu, under the rule of the goddess Inari, Kitsune share a common ideal and culture, fighting for just... (Read more)

Rating: Teen (10+ for occassional, mild language)

What would it be like to be a genetically-mutated human (gemue) in an all human high school?  Michael is about to find out as his sharkmue genetics kick in near his fifteenth year.  Some want to run him out of school, others want to put him on a pedestal as a face for a cause.  All Michael wants is to survive his freshman year!

The story about a not so average boy, who meets a not so average girl, in not so average circumstances, and live their not so average life at the pace of their peculiarities. Its about relationships, about what we are afraid to do, about videogames, about pop culture, about society, but specially, about love.

After a terrible natural disaster the rescue team Mist and Talon find a Flareon named Naya unconscious on Mystella Island. Shes doesn't remember anything, but learns that there wan an attack on the Moltres temple that may have been related. That night in her dream Na... (Read more)

A silent comic that uses movement to express times of emotion and imagination for the characters involved. Each scene gives readers a unique understanding of how social relationships can be formed and maintained, and differences enjoyed.

In Treehollow, Belfry is well-known as the bat with a heart of gold... and the most accidents on record. She is beloved and feared in equal measures. When she (quite literally) stumbles across a strange creature who seems to be some kind of abandoned kit, she decides to care for... (Read more)

After losing his memory to a mysterious battle, Trace Legacy, a former leader for an organization of mages called the Templar, finds himself in the company of Flora, a girl of strange, tiger-like qualities. As Trace gradually begins to re-learn what he once knew, he soon discovers... (Read more)