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Comics By perk_daddy: Cooties
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Comic: Barely Listening
A marriage and parenting webcomic! Art by Chris Wharton, blog by Melody Wharton
Comic: Chainsawsuit
Kris Straub, author of Starslip Crisis, draws this when he gets too drunk or something. Greatness abounds.
Comic: Chronicles of Avernyght, The
(From the website): Avernyght is the planet on which a series of stories is being based. As far as we know the stories will all be in comic form. Not all by myself but some by NJ and other people. Writers and artists differing.
Comic: Cooties
A bunch of kids dealing with school, friends, parents, the opposite sex, and the occasional alien invasion. Rated G.
Comic: Dadmocracy
A weekly comic about fatherhood, politics, and other cool stuff. Updates every Thursday. By Nick Perkins
Comic: Dreamleak
Dreamleak follows the happenings of a disenchanted young girl as she unwittingly stumbles into someone else's recurring dream.
Comic: Drive
DRIVE tells the story of a second Spanish empire, a galactic empire, and it\'s looming war with a race called \"The Continuum of Makers\". Humanity has built their empire using technology stolen from the Makers -- and these creatures want it back with an almost religious fervor.

In the brewing war, it\'s clear that humanity will lose, and lose badly, unless they can find some advantage in battle. That hope arrives in the form of a tiny, mysterious creature who can drive a starship like no one\'s ever seen. Now all humanity needs to do...is find 10,000 more pilots just like him. But no one knows where he\'s from.

We follow the crew of the scout ship Machito, who have been press-ganged into a unique mission by an Emperor they despise: Find this mysterious race, or the empire…ends.

By Dave Kellett
Comic: Dumbing of Age
Dumbing of Age intertwines stories about incoming college freshmen and sophomores, including a homeschooled romantic, a jaded realist, an alcoholic ex-cheerleader, and a host of others. College is a transformative experience and no one leaves the same person they were when they arrived. By David Willis.
Comic: Ellie on Planet X
Decades ago a spunky robot nicknamed Ellie was sent on a mission to a remote planet circling a distant star. It took more than thirty years for her to travel across the vacuum of space before she reached her destination eight light years from Earth. Finally, after years of waiting, the first transmissions from Ellie on Planet X have reached our radio receivers. By James Anderson
Comic: Escape from Planet Nowhere
Escape from Planet Nowhere is a sci-fi/action webcomic by writer & illustrator Otis Frampton.
Comic: Fishman
A fish out of water, literally.
Comic: Gothy
Gothy is back! by Jack Carter of Webcomic Asylum
Comic: Gronk
An all ages comic about a monster who rejects monster society and finds herself trying to fit in in the human world. By Katie Cook
Comic: Home by Seven
Sam's daydreams of heroism get her into trouble. By David Fults
Comic: Isaac Splode
A sci-fi comic strip by Paul Southworth
Comic: Jackie Rose
Indiana Jones meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer? By Josh Ulrich
Comic: Kevin and the Light of Destiny
All-ages graphic novel by Michael Regina.
Comic: Life Sucks
Adventures in slacking with Mack, Leo, and Barker
Comic: Max vs. Max
Recently divorced and struggling to find direction in his life, Max does his best to stay optimistic while wrestling with his insecurities and feelings of guilt. Fortunately for Max, he has an awesome group of friends and a loving family to help him out and kick him in the pants. By Wes Molebash
Comic: My Sister, the Freak
An all-ages sci-fi story about two sisters learning to deal with life, family, and alien invaders. It was created by illustrator Dani Jones.
Comic: Off Kilter Comics
By Jack Carter (of Gothy McGee and Webcomic Asylum), laying out the wackiness in his head for all to see.
Comic: Ouch!
sci-fi comic by Eric Merced
Comic: Pirate Club
Terrorizing all of Sycamore Valley’s beautiful Blackhawk Delta with their pirating antics, the Pirate Club is a group of grade-schoolers intent on pilfering all of the booty and territory from each and every one of their rival gangs, sparing no one. From burying rare treasures under Hangman’s Tree and adventure on the high seas, to showdowns with rival clubs and tormenting Old Man Winter, the Pirate Club does what Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn only dreamed of. By Derek Hunter
Comic: Ratfist
By Doug TenNapel
Comic: Red\'s Planet
Red’s Planet is about a 10-year old girl who, much to her annoyance, is known to everyone as “Red.” After running away from her foster home, Red is mistakenly kidnapped by aliens. She soon finds herself across the galaxy and marooned on a deserted planet with an eclectic group of castaways who are much worse than her foster family. By Eddie Pittman
Comic: Rip Haywire
A contemporary adventure hero in the classic mold. Rip is a brave, handsome man of honor who lives only for dangerous thrills. Rip earns his living as a soldier of fortune, treasure hunter, and occasional rescuer of mistreated pets. Accepting any job that reeks of danger, Rip operates in an underground fraternity of mercenaries, spies, and the usual megalomaniacal madmen bent on absolute power. Rip handles it all…whether it requires fists, charm, or the sporadic doomsday device, you can count on Rip to do the job with a minimum of planning.
Comic: Scenes from a Multiverse
A daily comic strip about what it’s like to live in a multiverse. By Jonathan Rosenberg.
Comic: The Ghosts of Pineville
An all ages story about 3 kids who go in search for the truth behind the ghost stories of their small, 1950s town. By Sara L. Turner.
Comic: Weird Adventures in Unemployment
Um...Wrigley has weird adventures during periods of unemployment. By Brandon Carr


 
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