Humans have now developed humanoid machines to do their dirty work. These machines are treated as less than human and receive a lot of hatred. As robots it shouldn't bother them. The robot Deacon was no different, but when he gets stranded on a foreign planet with the human Jeff,... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ this comic contains adult themes that may not be suitable for everyone

Ava is the only person who sees the demon that haunts her. Her life goal is to live as long as possible in spite of this demon's torment and have one person that cares for her. However, when Ava dies in an unexpected alien attack she learns that her demon is the alien queen Wra... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for bloodshed, gore, colourful language, sexual and other upsetting themes

Our protagonist--a cyborg who calls himself 'Poet'--cannot recall anything before the day he woke up in the middle of the desert, surrounded by corpses. With no memories, no purpose and no idea what the hell is going on, he sets out to find answers.

Rating: 18+ for mentions of rape and other trigger situations, strong language

A space fantasy with an occult twist! The crew of the Shion is fighting against draconic aliens, but what are these symbols they find? These sounds they hear? There's a bigger mystery that needs to be solved before the war can end.

Rating: G

In the dystopian age of 2590 A.D., Warrick 101 Epsilon is one of many war machine androids who was created to fight in Earth's fourth world war. He is deactivated during battle, but is activated 1,000 years later and the world is now bright, prosperous and harmonious. ... (Read more)

Rating: 16+, occasional language, not intended for kids or young teens

DRAMA, COMEDY AND UNEXPECTED BULLSHIT. We have time travel, dream mechanics, parallel worlds, witches and a spaceship, clones, Hell, everything! LGBTQ+ cast. The comic is animated. Fourth wall not included. Is it a webcomic or a book or an anime? We just don't know. Sometimes ... (Read more)

Rating: All ages

When she crash-lands on a strange alien world, anthropologist Halisi Mwangi must survive and teach the local alien denizens about humanity... armed only with the contents of her pockets.

Rating: 18+ for graphic violence

False Positive is a short story, webcomic anthology, but I like to think of it as more of a stew.  I am not following a measured recipe for this dish, but rather am cooking from the gut. I plan on throwing many of my peculiar passions into this strange mulligan with a heapi... (Read more)

Rating: PG

Floyd is an alien on the run from other lifeforms that are trying to steal his Life Stone--a glowing rock attached to his body that gives him amazing powers.  He stumbles into a universe where he meets Lizzy, a 12 year old girl from a bad neighborhood.  They quickly... (Read more)

Rating: 15+ for graphic violence, and language

Indigo falls down a rabbit hole and wakes up in a modern day Pangea. She looks for her brother and meets a lot of colorful characters along the way (and blackmails them). A fantasy sci-fi comic.

Rating: Adult situations, mild nudity and cartoon violence

Futurepig is a webcomic about a pig and his spaceship crew living in a universe that looks like a 1980s sci-fi movie's idea of the future.

Rating: 17+ for violence, language, and nudity

Gemues (genetically mutated humans) are spreading a deadly mutagenic virus to humans. Most who contract the virus die horrible body-altering deaths. The ones that survive become carriers – never again able to touch another human being. It’s a situation that threatens to... (Read more)

Rating: 13+ for occasional violence

“Gifts of wandering ice” is a sci-fi comic about ancient things people find in melting icebergs. These things, the “ice gifts”, can be anything from frozen ancient trash to valuable technology and even living creatures. Studying ice gifts is dangerous but it’s the only... (Read more)

Take one psychotic half-alien cyborg with an obsessive vendetta against the alien race with whom all of humanity is at war. Put him in a spaceship on the front lines. Add a commanding officer who doesn’t trust him, a best friend who’s desperately trying to keep him alive and out ... (Read more)

Rating: Violence, strong language, death, gore, sports, quantum mechanics

A human stands facing Earth from the other side of the galaxy. This Homestuck/Hiveswap fancomic follows amateur scientist and journalism-enthusiast Luke Wilson as he explores a hostile alien planet. Reader discretion to strong language and an open mind to loose interpretations of quantum mechanics is advised.

Rating: Teens and up for language

This is a webcomic about a multiverse (or hyperverse) where there is an interdimensional network known as the VOID that can be accessed by the characters (and narrators) in the story to control anything. The story has elements from role playing games and every character has a level that is the sum of their skill levels and unique abilities.

Rating: 18+ for graphic violance and sensitive content including depictions of mental illness and abuse

Michael is feeling increasingly unstable from his time spent in the Mars colony known as Devotion, but before his trip home he decides to show the newly arrived Dr. Rebekah the excavation site where everything started to feel wrong. He tries to confront Dr. Rebekah about his... (Read more)

Rating: 17+ For Blood and Violence, occasional nudity, moderate sexual content, language.

On a backdrop of fiendish beings erupting from Hell and divine interdimensional conflict, the demon Lala is stuck babysitting. Cyrus, her human charge, seems pretty normal, or at least normal enough that no celestial beings should be remotely interested in him.

Rating: violence, discussions of sexuality, sexually suggestive jokes, blood

Zeggy-- an alien and real creep, attends the acclaimed Space School for his telekinetic powers. Upon meeting the attractive transfer student, Alkaline, Zeggy soon learns that if he doesn't address his own bad attitude-- he'll never form the gen... (Read more)

Jas is fed up with living on earth and makes a deal with a stranded alien to get off the planet and into the galaxy on an adventure. But she learns that space travel and adventuring is not like what's in her favorite sci-fi stories.

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, o... (Read more)

When the king of a galactic alliance mysteriously disappears, the royal family, the Morgansterns, begins to make a claim for the throne, hoping to sweep it out from under the beloved Von Hohenstaufens. Lines are drawn in the sand as the four planets fall into t... (Read more)

Rating: 17+ for violence, language, nudity, and sexual situations

In a post-apocalyptic world, supernatural creatures have made their presence public. That doesn’t mean all supernaturals are on equal terms. Dhampirs are hated and shunned, even actively hunted by their vampire cousins. Humans aren’t accepting of things they don’t under... (Read more)

Chandra occasionally travels to other planets with her rich aunt.  This time around she meets Reed, a boy who is dissatisfied with the small moon on which he lives and they connect through their loneliness, but Chandra's relationship with others are strained as her aunt carries out a secretive project.