Warning: This comic is not for children, this comic contains nudity and sexual themes.This comic chronicles the birth of a new character; Kaila will be a bigger girl. Just a breast expansion theme... More > and all things that happen around.< Less
Volume 2 of the official and complete Omnibus for Oh My Gods! - the Pagan Based Comic Strip for the Polytheistic Masses!™, including all original misspellings!
Oh My Gods! is a webcomic... More > written and illustrated by Shivian Balaris, which debuted in March 7th, 2002 and reached its finale on June 3rd, 2010. It's primarily a humorous take in the life of Neopagan, Pagan, Wiccan faiths, and their interactions with Christian Fundamentalists, homosexuals, and more. The strip's most frequent area of focus for it's humor, however, was to make fun of 'itself' (the neopagan community it lived amongst).< Less
The brave knight awakens..."
A brave knight, renowned for his abilities as a witch-slayer, and his young squire may have bitten off more than they can chew in the darkness of... More > the forrest known only as the Witchwood. Lost in the murky depths of the woods, without horses and short on supplies, and stalked by something forever just out of sight. Something that has rather specific designs for these two unsuspecting adventurers...
Read all about it in this 18-page story from blackshirtboy.com!< Less
"Ready to take your medicine?"
A young woman comes down with a headache and schedules an appointment at a walk-in clinic in town. At first she assumes the deserted waiting room is due to... More > the storm raging outside, but what she doesn't know is that she's stumbled into something sinister... and that the pretty blonde doctor has something particularly twisted in store for her.
20-pages of mad science from blackshirtboy.com!< Less
Vicky continues her investigation into the random mutations which have struck the population of San Francisco, unaware that another party is conducting a similar (if more brutal) search for the... More > source.< Less
PARADOX ALICE 2 is a comic sequel to the Mako Pictures Feature Film, PARADOX ALICE, starring Jeneta St. Clair and Stewart W. Calhoun. This comic will be released in separate issues (once a month)... More > and continues the storyline where the movie left off.
The story is by Eric Dapkewicz (who created the film's original story). The comic is pencil and inked by J.C. Grande. And the dialogue edited by W. David Bogard.< Less
This seventeenth collection of Kevin & Kell features not one but two Alpha Females: Kell and Lindesfarne. The first half of the 2010 calendar year is dominated by Lindesfarne’s wedding... More > plans and marriage to Fenton, and the second half is concerned with the life-and-death stakes involved with Kell’s ascension to the post of CEO of Herd Thinners, Inc., thereby becoming the Top Predator of the entire world.
The year begins in crisis, involving a devastating flood and a broken leg. Less dire occasions follow, such as Lindesfarne’s college graduation and Rudy’s introduction to Wendell, the Easter Bunny-wanna-be. Dorothy has an attack of conscience, and Kell’s identical cousin Sheila confesses to a long-buried secret.
All of this builds toward the events of the autumn, when Kell realizes all of her family’s dreams and ambitions...at what could be the ultimate price.
You’re invited to be spectators to all the action, along with the strip’s high-level patrons seen here.< Less
On September 4, 1995 a feature began appearing on a number of the Forums within the online CompuServe network. This was the comic strip Kevin & Kell about the doings of a very blended family... More > created by the marriage between a rabbit and a wolf. While it was not the first comic strip to be distributed digitally, it was the first to make money off the enterprise as each Forum paid five dollars per week for the strip.
Within months it was on the Internet, and two years later its first book collection “Quest for Content” was printed and made available to fans world-wide. That was followed by “Seen Anything Unusual?” and “Accepting Domestication.” This volume brings those early strips together, along with never-before-seen material. There are author comments sprinkled throughout, all of the early Sunday-format strips, the initial sketches of the strip’s development and “Rudy on WOW!”...ten pages of a spinoff proposal.< Less
How was a world of intelligent, anthropomorphic animals brought into existence? Why would it so closely mirror the human world of the late 20th century? As for that Y2K bug... That had to have been... More > a cover for something else; smart people like computer programmers couldn’t be that short-sighted. Could they?
Kevin and Kell and the rest of the Dewclaw family have no idea that they hold the key to their civilization’s survival. The seemingly innocent birds working at low-paying jobs in their midst are more than they seem, and our favorite mixed-species couple are integral to their plans.
But...plans for what?
The answers come in this, the second Kevin & Kell treasury. It contains the complete run of strips from March 1998 to August 2000, including all of the Sunday-format strips that appeared in Boardwatch Magazine during that time. There’s the teleplay for a proposed Kevin & Kell animated series, a special three-page comic entitled “Carnivore’s Agreement,” the Domestication handbook and more!< Less
In the depths of the Great Recession of 2009, Ms. Trellis and Fastrack, Inc. reaped the benefits of being Too Big To Fail. As the world’s leading data storage firm, the company held so much... More > information that it was in no one’s interest for it to go bankrupt and have the contents of its servers fall into the wrong hands. Hence, a government bailout.
On a more personal level, the year saw Wendy Welding near completion of her doctoral studies. Patina had a growth spurt, and discovered that her iPatina avatar wasn’t the only superhero in Cyberspace. Her brother Rusty became Adapter-Boy, and the former computer bug Thrip was transformed into a vampire.
Patina’s blogger boyfriend Thom made the switch to Twitter, and Ada Counter was appointed the nation’s cybersecurity czar. Art’s laptop, lacking adequate security, evolved its own defenses.
The year ended with the Computer Bug seemingly finding a love interest in a lonely, winsome Spyware. Of course, nothing having to do with the Bug stays intact for very long.< Less
Tabloid-worthy events sparked the year of 2009 for Samantha and her friends. At the genetics lab, Rosalind faced an amphibious future with a steady diet of flies...unless she received a daily kiss... More > from the decidedly un-princely Rupert. Samantha herself spent a December evening in the physical form of a jolly old elf, and Thomas and Remora finally resolved their relationship issues.
Other noteworthy events were the inauguration of Samantha’s mother as the state’s Lieutenant Governor, the college graduation of most of her friends, and Dave’s dramatic conclusion to his college basketball career.
Samantha contended with a dorm divided between college freshmen and 40-something women escaping The Great Recession by returning to university life. Roger and Marcie found romance in their roles as mascot and star player, and Bambi learned that careers can go down as well as up.
Please RSVP, as you’re invited to the aquatic wedding of the year.< Less
Norm Feuti's daily comic strip, RETAIL, presents a hilarious look at the retail industry by chronicling the daily events at the fictitious Grumbel’s department store. The humor of RETAIL plays... More > out through the day-to-day trials and triumphs of four main Grumbel’s department store employees (Marla, Cooper, Val, and Stuart) and the customers they encounter.
This is the first collected volume of Retail comics, and contains every strip that ran in 2006 - the year it debuted in newspapers throughout the US and Canada.< Less
About two hundred years in the past Vincent Craide The Almighty-Eye and the (LPJO) League of Peace Justice and Order defeat the Red Pantha Organisation. Meanwhile unaware there is a plot that will... More > change the course of history forever< Less
now about the Comic... Vincent Craide The Almighty-Eye's battle with Blaine Wall Benson heats up as they each relive all there previous encounters don't miss out on the hidden origins on where this... More > all started leading to it's shocking conclusions.< Less
The Mick is the story of Sean Doyle, the Chief of Staff of the Irish Republican Army in the late 1930s. World War II is happening in Europe and the struggle to create an Irish Republic is at the... More > forefront of the IRA's agenda. To win a war of physical force and propaganda against the British Empire, he finds himself in New York City and in more trouble than Doyle could have ever counted on. Based upon a true story, The Mick is a hard boiled tale of terrorists, gangsters, corrupt politicians, crooked cops, and Nazis.< Less
The Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite tells of the goddess's love affair with Anchises, a Trojan prince and shepherd. This comic includes the complete ancient Greek text in Gregory Nagy's translation. The... More > hymn is one of the earliest surviving Greek poems, from the seventh century BCE. The black and white line drawings illuminate the text and "bring to life again the verbal art of the Homeric world in all its divine radiance."< Less
These four delightfully entertaining stories are for the beginning student of the Cherokee Language.
Each mini-comic is immediately followed by an approximate translation into English.
While these... More > stories are not traditional Cherokee stories, the use of comics permits the use of the language in settings that provide context, which should greatly enhance retention and comprehension of the language demonstrated.
The majority of the vocabulary used in these mini-comics has been taken from the 1974 “Cherokee English Dictionary”.
Each story story uses increasingly more complex grammar rules.
A lot of time and effort has been put into creating these materials, it is hoped that you will find them useful.< Less