|Comic: Anything about Nothing|
|Anything about Nothing are a collection of random comics I make in my spare time or time when I should be doing other things. Like work.
|A comic about some chick.
|An anxiety-ridden man, struggling to overcome his elaborate fears and phobias, slowly learns that they may be an unlikely key to understanding a town’s disturbing supernatural events. Or so he believes.
|Comic: Completely Serious Comics|
|A comic about whatever it wants to be.
|Deadlong is the story of a young boy, an unmemorable farmhand from a small village. He’s also dead, though that’s the least of his worries; with no memorable deeds to his name and no one to miss him, the Natural Order determines that he is condemned to spend eternity in Limbo; a broken version of the real world constructed from the memories of the living. Naturally, he isn’t very happy about this, and being the stubborn sort he is he opts instead to journey to Mount Palaverus to confront the Gods themselves.
|Comic: Eat That Toast|
|A comic occasionally about toast.
|The continuation of the other Endtown.
|Released in 1979, Galaga is a fixed shooter arcade game that made the genre famous! It is now one of the most well known and loved arcade games in history. The player controls a space ship located at the bottom of the screen as enemy aliens fighters in the shape of \"bugs\" fill the upper portion and take turns firing at and dive-bombing the player\'s ship. Galaga has been ported to nearly every home gaming system as well as modern phones and tablets, and it\'s spawned more than sequels and remakes. Now Galaga has been re-imagined as a webcomic from three of the comic industry\'s top creators: written by Ryan North, illustrated by Chris Hastings, and colored by Anthony Clark.
|Comic: Invisible Bread|
|A random comic about random things.
|Comic: Jhall Comics|
|JHall Comics is a one man webcomic monster, bred out of fear and self loathing as well as a love for boobies. Each webcomic on the homepage is a unique and individual collection of strips, ranging from Pokemon to angry girlfriends, and intended to be stand alone comics in no relation to each other. This site was formerly hosted and partially developed by Patrick Jacobs; now hosted by dreamhost designed by Thomas Van Dongen, and maintained by Parish Regn-Stillwaggon. All comic content is written and drawn by Justin Hall.
|Lord Ballister Blackheart has a point to make, and his point is that the good guys aren\'t as good as they seem. He makes a comfortable living as a supervillain, but never really seems to accomplish much - until he takes on a new sidekick, Nimona, a shapeshifter with her own ideas of how things should be done. Unfortunately, most of those ideas involve blowing things up. Now Ballister must teach his young protégé some restraint and try to keep her from destroying everything, while simultaneously attempting to expose the dark dealings of those who claim to be the protectors of the kingdom - including his former best friend turned nemesis, Ambrosius Goldenloin.
|Paranatural is perhaps best described as “X-Men meets Ghostbusters except everyone’s twelve.” It’s a comic about a group of middle school kids with ghostly superpowers fighting evil spirits and investigating paranormal activity under the direction of an enigmatic teacher.
|A weekly gaming comic.
|Comic: Quantum Vibe|
|Five hundred years in the future, humans will have spread across the Solar System, establishing thriving colonies on many worlds, moons, and planetoids, and transforming themselves as they adapt to new environments. But humanity has not yet ventured to the stars for two reasons: lack of a practical faster-than-light drive, and the fact that dark matter has made interstellar space more difficult to navigate than previously thought.
But one mad scientist, Dr. Seamus O Murchada, has a theory he believes will open a new frontier. And to prove it, he sets off with his sparky young assistant, Nicole Oresme, on a tour through the Solar System, exploring the strange new human cultures on the settled worlds, making new friends, dealing with enemies, and solving the riddle that is \"quantum vibremonics.\"
|On September 10, 1997, Roomies! began publishing in Indiana University’s Indiana Daily Student newspaper. Simultaneously, it was thrown up on the web onto a Geocities site, making it one of the earliest webcomics, long before the term “webcomic” itself even hit widespread use.
Since then, Roomies!, a college story, grew into the sci-fi epic It’s Walky!, spun off into both Joyce and Walky! and the toy store antics of Shortpacked!. Fifteen years later, the “Walkyverse” is still an ongoing, ever-expanding continuity. This website will organize these stories into the best reading order, updating day by day, Monday through Sunday, from the beginning until the very end.
It’s gonna take a while.
|Comic: Skull Panda Loves Everything|
|Skull Panda is written and illustrated by infamous and critically acclaimed alternative Rikk Estoban.
|Comic: The Hues|
|The Hues is a comic about a group of young women trying to survive the apocalypse, discovering along the way that they have the very powers and abilities needed to drive off the alien invasion happening all around them.