What would you do to see your family and country live in Freedom? 100 years ago, a teenage girl defied a totalitarian nation and would not stop until she saw her beloved friends, family, and country free. Would she be successful or just another slave for the ages? Based on a true story...
Zane Wadsworth, a simple struggling businessman, is convinced that following certain patterns will keep him safe from ghosts. His suspicion that he is being haunted only increase as he receives an antique shop from his deceased great uncle and begin to get antiquated with the odd individuals in town.
The strength of a country is not determined by it's size or military strength. Instead eight magic items known as the divine bells choose which king or queen to support and this determines that country's influence. For as long as anyone can remember a ru... (Read more)
Agatha Clay rushes to work, unaware that the day will be like no other. When she arrives she is tasked with cleaning the lab for the arrival of Herr Baron and his son Gil who come to see the results of the machine they were ordered to build. Miss Clay manages to redeem herself... (Read more)
The ruler of the land sends the loyal yet dimwitted barbarian Gore and his stoic son Reef on a patrol mission to Stonecrown. Reef thinks badly of the barbarian who is always smiling and laughing and wants to escape on his own quest, but cannot seem to escape Gore's company. When t... (Read more)
A retelling of the bible with comedic interpretations, additions, and exaggerations.
Rating: 14+ for nudity and adult content
Hotblood! follows the story of centaur James Rook, a washed out Civil War vet and secretary to the irreverent steel tycoon Asa Langley. The year is 1871.
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Rating: Teen+, 13 and up
“This sword, it is said, is older than my father’s great-grand-father. My brother claimed it was seized from the tomb of Menelaus the day our ancient fathers enslaved the Mycenean peoples of Sparta in the name of Herakles. It is indeed a handsome sword, inlaid with bron... (Read 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 a... (Read more)
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.
Rating: 15+ for graphic violence and occasional nudity
Meet the enchanting gypsy Merunga, a collector of all things unwanted and strange. Along she comes with her caravan of imprisoned fiends. Here you see the bearded woman Lupa, there is the vampire lord Vaagan bound by magic irons, yonder is Curo with his life sucking fai... (Read more)
Doctor Andreas Marino loves his quiet life, filled with work and simple amusements, and when the strange Miss Abbott arrives in his town he decides he doesn't like her at all. Unfortunatelly she's funny and quirky, has an uncommon past and seems to enjoy getting him in trouble. Welcome to a sketchy Victorian rom-com!
Travel back to 1896 and witness the birth of modern science with Marie and Pierre Curie! Experience a romantic tale of adventure told from the perspective of a sentient brick! Illuminati confirmed! Freemasons! Aliens! Tentacles?? It's a Zen thing. Some meditation may be required.
Kwon is a talented fighter able to outclass martial arts masters, but as a slave his talents are wasted in winning fighting bets for his master and he is often forced to hide his true talent. He ends up in a fight hosted by the gang leader Muhyung where his skills are finally notic... (Read more)
Born a humble peasant, Kihara Mei has lived simply day by day as a merchant in the capitol, and never assumed things would change. But, one fateful day would change the course of her life, when faced with a deadly challenge against dangerous ro... (Read more)
Tian Sung is forced to train in the outdated art forms of calligraphy, sword fighting, and guzheng music while keeping up with school studies. Tian never understood why his father insisted he learn skills that are so useless and unappreciated in modern day society. Then one... (Read more)
Rating: 15+ for graphic violence
Unwilling to be married to Lord Hirotomo's eldest son and into a clan that is despised throughout Japan, Ina Senshin decides to run away. Soon after taking her first steps to freedom she experiences some doubts about her plan, given that she's never survived on her own... (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)
In this world it is possible to attend a special school and master the power of Shinbuki, or Weapon of Mind, which is the ability to materialize weapons. Those who master Shinbuki hold great power and influence and there are organizations that fight over obtaining the strongest u... (Read more)
Trapped in a wolf's body a prince has to prevent a war.
Vincent, a young knight with a family curse that prevents him from using weapons until he kills a dragon, and Spiky, a smart-aleck dragon hatchling who becomes his squire.
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 ... (Read more)
Rating: 18+ for adult content
The city of Prague has an unexpected protector who boasts to have saved the city from the devil himself. Surprisingly, Xavier’s adventures are not completely based on true events but significant parts are fictional both in nature and visual portrayal.