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.

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: 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: 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)