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 ... (Read more)
After Jack Frost is told by Pitch that both their powers hold dark elements, he struggles to understand the dual nature of his gift which is able to bring cheer to children and take lives. For a time Jack lives a cold and depressed life as he is unable to accept his good qua... (Read more)
Rating: occasional nudity
An experimental set of stories. Created as a conceptual vehicle, the main protagonist is “Effy”, a.k.a. efficiency personified. Follow her adventures every week as she goes through the world, assessing the pertinence of economic and management concepts.
Actually, Usagi would have preferred to stay at home. He finds other people and fairs super boring. And actually, he doesn't believe in magic either.... So, why did he turn into a bunny again?? And why does it seem like... (Read more)
Rating: for everyone, teen target
Meredith, young and beautiful cat lady, is looking for her lost brother who seems to be inexistent even in the civil registry. Is she mad or there's something's up? All the 6 pages will be uploaded soon!
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.
The drowned body of Mr. Morrison is discovered in the river one day after rumors of a criminal have spread. The boy Charlie is excited by the incident and tells his mother Anna that he will find the killer. Anna warns him not to and goes about her day collecting laun... (Read more)
A totally random gag-per-day comic created by Johnny Larocque, who has clearly brained his damage. Updates Mon-Wed-Fri unless plagued by bees.
A scene of suicide that speaks of the complicated relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Miss Adler as they fight against a society that does not fully understand them. This is a world where death comes in many forms. Based on the BBC television series Sherlock.