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: 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)

Rating: 15+ for graphic violence, and language

Stones of Anarchy is the story of two best friend rocks who 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.

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 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: 17+ for graphic violence, nudity, and sexual content (non-explicit)

Chronus, the greatest of the gods, now spends his time hiding in his chambers and plotting how to overthrow fate. Ever since he failed to keep a promise, the goddess Gaia has decreed that he will be overthrown by a golden child. Chronus's family is torn apart as Hades become... (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)