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)

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 :)

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.

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.

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.

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.

Den is a prideful and solitary cat who often gets into fights, but his pride is hurt when he loses his first fight. Den's owners worry that he is depressed and lonely and they surprise him by bring home a stray cat named Com. The prideful Den is very jealous, but the two slowly grow to understand one another. The daily trials of Den and Com begin.

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: PG

Floyd is an alien on the run from other lifeforms that are trying to steal his Life Stone--a glowing rock attached to his body that gives him amazing powers.  He stumbles into a universe where he meets Lizzy, a 12 year old girl from a bad neighborhood.  They quickly ... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for graphic violence

Jeff is minding his own business when out of nowhere he is hit by a car and sent to hell. There he is greeted by Asmodeus who mostly welcomes Jeff to hell and shows him the way to the suburban area where humans live. Unlike what many religions believe, the afterlife only has ... (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.

A teen arrives home to find a world shattering surprise. Thrown into a constant state of drift with his off the wall parents, a terminally ill rock star and an all too mellow conservative rebel, Jake faces heartbreak and the demands of manhood while trying to hold his world together. It's gonna' be a bumpy ride...ya' coming along?

Rating: 13+

Two teen friends with one complicated relationship. Their personalities couldn't be any more different; Damian is quiet and a little secretive while Jassie is sensitive and kind. Along with everyday conflicts, they want to figure where they fit in society. Throw in family issu... (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.

Rating: 15+ for graphic violence and adult situations

Daniel Park, overweight and unattractive, is bullied and abused on a daily basis. Then one day after a bad beating he wakes to find he has two bodies, one handsome, and the other his usual overweight self. However, being popular comes with its own challenges. Will a new body be enough to survive his new school?

Rating: 17+ for language and adult themes

A historical slice-of-life fiction comic concerning a group of friends entering adulthood around the 1920s. On the way, they forge new friendships, face painful setbacks, and fight to evade their figurative demons. Some parts of the story are light and fluffy, while some are more dark and unsettling.  

Miss Melee is an ongoing superhero webcomic following its titular protagonist as she lives, works, raises her family, and kicks butt! Returning from a long crimefighting sabbatical, Miss Melee is discovering that things are a little bit more complicated than they once were...namely, her daughter wants to become her sidekick!

Lucy Marlowe, a magician's apprentice is competing against other apprentices for an important magical government position. While she isn't the best student and sometimes neglectful of her duties she tries hard to prove herself. Her self-doubt originating with her ever unsat... (Read more)

Deep in the forest surrounding the city of Grafstad is a cave where a creature lives. One of these creatures is James, a vampire-like creature known as a night giant. His race is at the brink of extinction because of humans, but he can't stop his fascination with them. When he i... (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)

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)

Saint comes from a family of time travelers and has inherited the CloverHouse Inn from his father. Always a pit stop in the crisscrossing lives of his out-of-date friends and family, Saint wonders where his place is in a world that is quickly passing him by. He would prefer ... (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.

The young woman Sophia steps on a bat in the street and takes it home for care. This bat is the vampire Frederick who shamefully escapes and decides to get revenge, however, when they meet again the following day she terrifies him with her strength and he only manages ... (Read more)

Rating: 18+ for gore, occasional nudity, and potentially disturbing content

Split Lip is an anthology of short horror comics written by Sam Costello and drawn by artists from around the world. All stories are self-contained, so you can start reading anywhere. Fans of Twilight Zone and weird fiction will enjoy these stories, but beware—keeping the lights on can’t keep you safe from dangerous ideas.

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)

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)

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.

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.

SurferJOE follows the rise of a legendary surfer from the beaches of Sendai Shinko, as told by those who knew him best. In order for Joe to go from kook to local legend he will need to overcome his fear of the ocean and earn the respect of the locals. But everyone knows to becom... (Read more)

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)

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)

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.  

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)

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 violence and occasional language

Monsters are real. They lurk in the dark, but there's an ancient force that even they fear. One day a normal college student named Holly is in a near fatal bicycling accident. While in a coma, she is approached by a spiritual force that offers to let her wake up and return to... (Read more)

Rating: 13+

This is the Worst Idea You’ve Ever Had! (usually just “Worst Idea” or TWIYEH) is an urban fantasy comic set in the fictional college town of River’s Crossing, Virginia. It follows a group of twenty-somethings as they navigate every day life in the city and d... (Read more)

Rating: 14+ for graphic violence and profanity

Towards Eden is an online comic about a twenty-something taxi driver named Daniel and his depressing life in a small Argentine town in the late 90s. It updates at least once a week on Mondays, and the book will be free to read online until it’s completed.

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.

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