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 :)

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: 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.

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)

Rating: 15+ for graphic violence

Nearly one thousand years ago a group discovered immortality with the vampire virus. However some see this as a curse, believing that they are being forced to murder others to survive and can only meet death by murder. To achieve a cure for vampires Blaise is piloting an airship to t... (Read more)

Rating: 13+ Fantasy violence, mild profanity

Tales of Midgard is a collection of fantasy stories, mostly comics, set in the world of Midgard, which is not the same as in Norse mythology, but if you are vigilant enough you’ll find a reference or two here and there. While all stories are set in the sam... (Read more)

Tangled River is an all-ages science fiction graphic novel, set on a distant Earth-like world sometime in the future. Earth colonies have been set up across the planet, but a mysterious event ten years previously has wiped out all technology. We are introduced to Tanya, on... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for occasional language and gore

Mina and Phineas are a very normal couple. Except for the part where one is a werewolf, one is a vampire, and both have been dragged into investigating a series of mysterious and increasingly gruesome deaths. Can they figure out what's going on before the killer strikes ag... (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.

Vampires no longer eat blood, instead they take the raw energy need by making physical contact with other humans. Simply holding hands is enough for them to get a taste, but like others of her kind, Sia relies on her job to get close to others just long enough to feed. Then one... (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".