Rating: 16+ for language

I'm a programmer by day and live a secret life as a creative guy by night. I like being outside, drawing, playing video games, reading and doing DIY projects. Abysmal Artist is my newest project and I enjoy it greatly, I hope you do as well :)

Rating: Parental advisory

Kyrsiel is a young apprentice of Guardian Angel. His teacher, Gersiel, is responsible he achieves a successful test mission to graduate. Moreover, Gersiel may not continue his evolution as Angel until Kyrsiel, who is his last student, graduates. And this is not easy! Now ... (Read more)

Rating: 16+, adult situations, semi-graphic violence

Two ordinary graduates adopt a puppy…which turns out to be a magical shapeshifting battle monster. Now one of them is involved in a soul-binding ownership contract, rich and powerful people are lurking around looking to challenge them, and they still can’t find... (Read more)

Here there exists a bakery were the mysterious Cat Loaf lives. Part cat, part bread, and all adorable. Join Cat Loaf and friends on daily adventures.

Rating: 15+ for adult situations

The crew has long since forgotten their mission, but that doesn't seem to matter. These catty girls have found a new form of entertainment as they invade a suspicious gold spaceship, meet with a fellow crew of stranded miscreants, fall into questionable romantic relationshi... (Read more)

Rating: All ages

There once was a grumpy dustbunny who lived in a tree... But after a failed forced rescue attempt involving a bear and a not so sturdy tree, this little dustbunny is finding himself out in the big wide world. Where he's going to soon discover that life outside of his books and ... (Read more)

Fine Sometimes Rain follows the life of Georgia as she tries to overcome her depression with the help of her friends and family. This isn’t to say that this comic will be about depression all the time though!! There is still plenty of comedy and romance. Just think of it as a slice of life comic where the main character has depression.

Rating: 18+ for graphic violence and nudity

Gang leader Jang Gwangnam is unexpectedly hit by a truck and wakes in the underworld. There he is greeted by a black reaper that tells him that he has a black ticket and is destined for hell, but instead of waiting to see what happens next Gwangnam knocks the rea... (Read more)

For centuries mythical creatures have been transforming into and marrying humans. Now these beast humans and others with special powers are considered a normal part of life. The job of protecting and monitoring these special humans to prevent crime belongs to ... (Read more)

About one-TRILLION microbes live in and on the human body. That's more than the number of people who have ever lived on Earth. This is a webcomic about the things that live inside you.

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.

Rating: PG

A superhero and his trusted sidekick struggle to succeed in the dog-eat-dog, cut-throat-capitalist world of superheroics.

Rating: 16+, adult situations, semi-graphic violence

A sparkly queer bilingual fantasy comedy. Featuring trauma recovery, slow-burn romance, cross-cultural communication, and baby unicorns. In the nation of Ceannis, a prophecy has been revealed. Dragonslaying hero Thorn Estragon and his team of loyal knights mu... (Read more)

An autobiographical comic about the author's time as an English Teacher in Japan. Mary describes her amazing experience in a fun and quirky way, highlighting her cheerful interactions with students, the unique Japanese culture, and her hilarious adventures.

Modest Medusa follows the misadventures of a gorgon child called Medusa from the magical kingdom of Yeld. She arrives in the human world one fine Christmas Eve. Jake discovers her hiding in the closet of his house. After discovering that she cannot return home, Jake and his n... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for language, graphic violence, and adult situations

Monster Lands is a fantasy/dramedy story that focuses on the axe-wielding, monster-riding adventurer Othera!  It’s a largely character-driven story, intended to be written as sort of a deconstruction of fantasy tropes while also being a love letter to the genre.

Rating: 18+ for nudity, adult situations, and language

Hasera has always dreamed of working with the Champion Lark, but her dream is turning out to be a nightmare. Now she must find a way to get him to stop sleeping with anything that moves and find out who is behind a sinister plot that may spell certain doom for the 9 planes! Hopefully before she kills him herself.

When Louise's wealthy family loses everything, she has to pull herself up by her bootstraps and start over in a new high school - where the smartest boy is the meanest, and the hottest boy is the weirdest. But Louise needs tutoring, so the three become a team. It's a riches to ... (Read more)

Rating: 14+ for adult humor

Kate was a grunt in the exciting world of retail, treading water after a long string of bad luck. It was a pair of panties blasting through the vacuum of space that changed things. One off-course trajectory and bad case of wrong-place-at-the-wrong-time later. Their fates in... (Read more)

Rating: 18+ for graphic violence, gore, language, occasional nudity, adult situations.

What started as an attempt to learn how to make comics, has since snowballed into a wild adventure. When Evan, Steve, Dale, and Rob couldn't pull a magical sword from a stone individually they tried together, between the four of them they m... (Read more)

Arata Kaizaki is a smart kid with a good education, but employers refuse to hire him because he quit his first job after only 3 months. He never expected such a simple decision of personal preference would cause so much trouble. Now his parents have decided to stop sending support ... (Read more)

Rating: mature for language and suggestive themes

RGBots is a funky paperJAM comic about RedGreen and Blue, three robots with foul mouths and constantly conflicting continuities. Each panel is painstakingly handcrafted to look exactly like the panels fro... (Read more)

Some scrawled jokes on paper. Get your daily dose of awkward moments, social chaos, technology disasters, self-doubt, workplace gossip, and things best left unsaid. All of this packaged into bite sized comic bits.

Rating: 16 + for comedy with sexual content, nudity, and graphic violence

Dang Chiu enrolls in a martial arts school in order to better himself, but when he arrives at the gates he discovers it to be a scary place. He almost gets run over by a car as soon as he arrives and is unbelievably saved when the class... (Read more)

What does one get when a bit of sarcasm (okay, maybe more than a bit) is thrown in together with bumbling carelessness, sheer bimbotism along with a good measure of wit, fluttering eyelashes and besotted boys? You have Steps! Steps is an endearingly casual comic with ‘as large as ... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for graphic violence, and language

Stones of Anarchy is the story of two best friend rocks who live on the continent of Nomandsland. Rolling Stone and Rare Earth Mineral go on adventures throughout the land and during their travels, uncover an entire cast of new friends and enemies.

Silly animals doing spontaneous things. What more could you ask for? The driving force behind the StupidFox strips are it’s moments of childish and careless, moronic brilliance as well as his interactions with his companion friends, Raccoon, Bunny and Bird. Each of them contri... (Read more)

Rating: 18+ for language

A vampire sneaks into the bedroom of a teenage boy to get a drink, but gets caught. The vampire then takes the opportunity to introduce himself and move into the boys house.

Living together with humans are a group of people known as Chachaoong who have better physical strength, the ability to materialize what they imagine, and other special powers. These people live in their own society and are ruled by a king named Jack. Living in this world is a boy name... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for nudity and adult content

One man, many friends, one chaotic life. Follow as this artist shares stories of travel disasters, helping parents with technology, and other adventures in life.  

Rating: Rating: 16+ for graphic violence, language, adult situations and nudity

Introducing Cyane Blocker, a lazy game obsessed teen who lives for his sexual fantasies. Today he believes that he is getting the best opportunity to live out these deep desires when his father gives him the chance to try a new virtual reality game. What Cyane does no... (Read more)

Hilarious situations involving lazy genius solutions, the hamster guru's advice to deal with stress and relationships, and insight into being a single socially-awkward person.

Rating: 16+ for language and graphic violence

When an ordinary girl opened a box that contained seven demons, her life turned upside-down. With the help of an amnesiac demon hunter, Gerald, she tries to reclaim the world that she knew back, but with her reality changed so drastically and everyone is fighting over her ability, will she make it?

Rating: 13+ for smoking and drinking

THIS IS NOT FICTION is a story about desperation in love--or something like that. Julian Drees is experiencing his first love with the extremely popular, dreamy, wonderful, yet completely anonymous romance novelist Sydney Morgan. In an effort to make Julian's life easie... (Read more)

Rating: 17+ for language and adult situations

Meet Ed Zamsa. He is your normal everyday kind of guy who loves his red shirt. The only problem is that after a regular check-up he finds out he's dead, dead in the clinical sense. The real issue is he is still moving but not in the slow shuffling way. Follow Ed as he tries to di... (Read more)

A comic that has fun with friends, likes to play with their words, and is there to answer the tough questions for you. Ask them a question and see what happens.

Rating: 15+ for adult humour

A robot on his quest for love. A ghost having an identity crisis and a fork wanting to get spooned. War and Peas by Elizabeth Pich & Jonathan Kunz features heartwarming characters bound together by their apparent loneliness. Bored Panda says, it's "one of the most exciting and funniest webcomics in the world".

Awkward meetings, nervous crushes, and plenty of teenage mischief in this lighthearted comic about a bunch of university students in Singapore.