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+ 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.
What do you do when the cutie who moves in next door to you is an android? It's been three months since Aki was dumped by her ex-girlfriend and she's having trouble moving on. She's feeling the stress of work and her best friend is trying to get her to date online, b... (Read more)
In the search for answers within a crumbling desiccated post-apocalyptic world, a lowly custodian turns to an unlikely robotic companion for assistance. But just how much of an android is his newfound acquaintance?
Warrick 101 Epsilon is one of many war machine androids who was created to fight in Earth's fourth world war, but after being reactivated and recycled after severe damage after his last battle, he wakes up with the new exasperating function of being an assistant baker.... (Read more)
The year is 30XX. A millennium ago, the human race was nearly wiped out by a nuclear apocalypse. Through a combination of cybernetics and genetic mutation, humans have evolved and gained astonishing abilities. However, a new power has awakened — the power of the Cyber Soul.
The world has moved into a scientific age where cloning and artificial bodies are possible, but while the people have improved bodies they struggle mentally to gain a sense of individuality and humanity. As a cyborg, Lien Lei "Chris" has almost given up on his humanity. He h... (Read more)
Rating: PG-13 for violence and gratuitous cheesecake (and beefcake), Rated R for language.
A comic about super heroines. Well there are guys too but mostly it’s about the girls. Doing the things that super powered girls do. Fighting crime, saving the world, dating, shopping, etc. There’ll be explosions, cheesecake, beefcake, heroes and villains, angels and demons, cyborgs, probably ninjas.
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: 18+ for sexual content, adult situations, and nudity
One day a knight named Lex meets an injured monster named Silas. Although it is Lex's duty to kill monsters, he does not believe in killing without cause and this monster does not seem evil to him. He brings the monster Silas home to treat his wounds and a romantic relat... (Read more)
In the far-off future, outer horrors have wreaked havoc on the universe, leaving no world unturned.
What begins as a story about a pair of masked heroes tasked with protecting their master at all costs quickly and abruptly evolves into a story about an antihero who's both haunted by his past and ready to move on from it. In the face of everything, he decides to reinvent h... (Read more)
Rating: mature for language and suggestive themes
RGBots is a funky paperJAM comic about Red, Green and Blue, three robots with foul mouths and constantly conflicting continuities. Each panel is painstakingly handcrafted to look exactly like the panels fr... (Read more)
When you live in a world where magic and technology co-exist, things do not seem any better. When Junior Royal and his brother Oliver get accepted into North Academy, they think life will be a breeze but instead, what awaits them is chaos and hardships. Rogue Students, challengers, ... (Read more)
Rating: occasional nudity, adult situations, language
Chiitsu Pinkada was just your average 20-something Slacker from Southern California with a love for punk rock music and Ecchi harem anime. But after getting a very special Lewd anime DVD in the mail from the anime-of-the-month club, his life gets turned upside down! Next thing... (Read more)
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)
Heather Brown was a regular student working in the school genetics lab until one night she trips and gets caught in a genetic splicing machine and is fused with spider DNA. Now with six arms instead of two Heather is not sure how to live her life, but when some people call her... (Read more)
Rating: 15+ for graphic violence
Nearly one thousand years ago a group discovered immortality with the vampire virus. However some see this as a curse, believing that they are being forced to murder others to survive and can only meet death by murder. To achieve a cure for vampires Blaise is piloting an airship to ... (Read more)
Survival Anxiety is a comic about life, death, and adventures through space and time. It is illustrated and written by Ryan Reid.
Girlbot lives in a big house in a world with no people, just forest creatures and other robots. But she’s unique, and therefore, alone. She’s on a constant quest to be a “good girl,” whatever that really means. Despite living with a few other robotic companions, she’s... (Read more)