Comics for the incurably melancholy and the perpetually unnerved. Updates two or three times a year if you're lucky.
Lark is a human with eyes that are red like a vampire. He is constantly bullied for his appearance and feels as though he does not belong. Then one day a real vampire child named Setz brings Lark to the other world of vampires where ... (Read more)
When some children get in trouble with the neighborhood witch and a boy named Johnny gets transformed into a monster, his older brother Malcom must rely on the great Spooky and his ghost friend Cassidy to break the spell. Originally produced for the second volume o... (Read more)
Rating: Mature (Language, Violence, Occasional Nudity, Sexual Situations)
Since the Roman Empire, there has been a group defending humanity from the monsters of myth and legend. Consisting of both human and non-human champions, the Consortium has maintained the balance between the light and the dark making sure the monsters that once preyed on th... (Read more)
Rating: mild language
Evil Witch Allie is a comic about some average kids dealing with normal teen problems like babysitting the world’s worst magical girl, solving yet another murder, and getting that darn ghost cat to stop sleeping on the keyboard.
Rating: 17+ for scenes of violence
When Noah's dreams begin to overlap with reality he doesn't know what to think anymore. but then he and his best friend Robin get lured into a place of their past. slowly, they start remembering that they might have known each other for far longer than they thought, and that they weren't always human...
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 their crimes, a zombie, a witch, a ghost, a werewolf, and a vampire are sentenced to live together in an isolated castle. These monsters are expected to learn how to peacefully integrate with human society, but before they can think of moving on they must all confront the ... (Read more)
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.
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)
The host Arcana welcomes you to a night of scary story telling told over a cup of tea. Each chapter offers the reader a new short story in the form of a rumour or moral tale while the tea room events are getting exciting and crowded. Each short story is illustrated b... (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)
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".
Rating: 18+ for blood, gore and adult themes
After a life of being kept hidden away from the order who devote themselves to the laws of the four gods, Victor finds himself as an "unknown" in a reality where everyone is under the surveillance of the ruling authority. While trying to make sense of his isolated past, Victor must find a way to live in the new world being revealed to him.
With the intention to start a new life for himself, Oscar moves to the town of Podunk on an Oklahoma native reserve. He hopes for a quiet place where he can finish writing his books, but living alone in his new house is a frightful affair, quite literally as he is spooked by the... (Read more)