This story of romance begins with the unexpected meeting of two guys with very different personalities. On the one side, there is the quietly depressed character of Artlinne who is tired of being dumped by his male lovers. Then there is the famous and passionate artist Julian who ... (Read more)

A nerdy, introverted gal who secretly works as an assassin and an extroverted, former frat guy move into an apartment together after college -- it's a win-win situation for two people who want nothing to do with one another. Except the two of them soon discover that they can't leave each other alone.

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: 13+

A terrible tragedy changed their lives radically when they were just children. Twenty years later, their paths cross again, and they will be immersed in a sea of intrigue, corruption and dark secrets, as they struggle to reveal the truth of what happened so long ago.

A zombie apocalypse has destroyed civilization and Mikael and JP are left in the city trying to survive after most of the population has fled. A slice-of-life post-apocalypse comic. Sometimes you find love in weird places. Like when you’re trying not to get eaten.

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.

Charlie, a highly-strung, openly gay over-thinker, and Nick, a cheerful, soft-hearted rugby player, meet at a British all-boys grammar school. Friendship blooms quickly, but could there be something more...?

Raziol Qamar is the assistant and apprentice to the great astronomer Christiaan Huygens in Paris in the mid-17th century. While Huygens has welcomed Raz into the scientific community, he nevertheless feels like an eternal outsider, always seen as a foreigner an... (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.

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)

A height difference of a foot and above might seem adorable to some, but it usually causes a lot of minor inconveniences. Follow Fishball as she navigates the Malaysian life with her 6'5" geeky boyfriend.

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.

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.

Rating: 17+ for nudity and sexual content (non-explicit)

Short stories about the greek gods' tragic lives that include how Hera finally takes her place beside Zeus and cures him of his madness, the mystery of how Athena is born and becomes a mentor to Zeus, and the story of how Hephaestus is abandoned only to rise again to seek r... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for violent situations

Since the siblings of Chronos have been set free Poseidon is in charge of preserving life in the sea, but he has no one special to share his world with. He wanders through his lands until he meets a cursed mortal named Poseida who hates the god of the sea. What could have... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for adult situations

Demeter and Hades have been in love with each other for a long time despite living in separate worlds, he below ground, and she above. Then Demeter disappears and the world becomes silent and dead. He goes to his younger brother Zeus for help, but his brother seems to hate ... (Read more)

It is 17th century France, the age of discovery and the scientific revolution. Sulvain, a mysterious traveler, is absorbed in the Parisian academic scene. Through his friendship with the renowned Christiaan Huygens, Sulvain has the chance to study the latest distant cosmos. However, ... (Read more)

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)

All the stories have their beginning in an apparently trivial word, in a daily object, or in a forgettable accident. All are made of small moments that accumulate in boxes, gathering dust. All the stories deserve to be told, but now it's time to tell the story of t... (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)

Content with her ordinary life, Lyra is somewhat of a wallflower. However, her comfortable lifestyle suddenly goes astray when she accidentally plunges into the world of sirens. Entangled in a curse, Lyra will learn that her world may be a lot bigger than she had ever imagined.

Rating: 13+ for violence

Nate, a fishmonger in a small coastal town, has feelings for Sebastian, a merchant's son about to set sail with his father in search of a spring with miraculous powers. After being abducted into a pirate crew one morning, Nate fails to see just how the situation could get any worse, until he realizes exactly which ship they are hunting...

After a divorce from her husband, Udi doesn't know what to do. She takes a drive to an unfamiliar place and wakes up in her car near the beach. There she watches a group of surfers riding the waves and wonders how they can seem so happy. They inspire her to try surfing too... (Read more)

Rating: 13+ for violence, drug use, and brief suggestive content

On a cold December night, a gentleman stumbles into the town of Esk, gunshot wounds leaving a trail of blood in the snow behind him. Despite making a full recovery at the hands of an inexperienced nurse - and deciding to make a new life for himself in the town - he is u... (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: 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)

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)

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".