Comic: Diablito Del Ring
Written and Illustrated by: Jesse Justice
Diablito Del Ring, pound-for-pound the worlds greatest pro wrestler, travels the world fighting against opponents of all shapes and sizes, in and out of the squared circle. Outside the ring, he is an angel of mercy, once in the ring, he fights like the devil himself. With his valet and close friend, Jezebelle, Diablito fights for glory, honor and justice.
Comic: Clan of the Cats
Written and Illustrated by: Jamie Robertson
COTC is an urban fantasy about a witch, Chelsea Chattan, who is also afflicted by an ancient family curse. In times of stress she transforms into a black panther. This, coupled by her increasing magical power, makes having an ordinary life rather challenging. The stories deal with supernatural themes mainly, but also creep into the realm of normal everyday life.
Comic: Addanac City
Written and Illustrated by: George Ford
Addanac City features seven-year-old Hank Addanac, a rambunctious 2nd-grader who constantly finds himself in hot water with his parents, friends, neighbors, and school officials. The series also spotlights several other citizens in town. Addanac City is updated seven days a week.
Comic: Edmund Finney’s Quest to Find the Meaning of Life
Written and Illustrated by: Dan Long
Edmund Finney backpacks across the globe in search of life’s answers, stumbling across strange civilizations and quirky characters along the way. It is a twice-weekly comic strip with new comics on Tuesdays and Friday.
Comic: Lemon Inc.
Written and Illustrated by: Tim Lai
Lemon Inc. is a webcomic about a couple of kids who run a lemonade stand that they treat like an office environment. Andy Lemon, a pompous and ambitious seven-year-old recruits his loyal and hard working best friend, Jeff Katzenburg as his “business partner” and hires other kids and even stuffed animals as employees for his business.
Comic: Crowbar Benson
Written and Illustrated by: Sandy Debreuil
Crowbar Benson got his nickname in the rinks of Northern Manitoba, where he played hockey in his youth, until he got one to many pucks in the head. He’s essentially a good guy, but his competitive spirit and complete disregard for his or anyone else’s personal safety tends to get him in trouble. He’s a practical joker, and loves to tease his kids, Benny and Eddie.
Written and Illustrated by: Luke Pola
Circuit is a webcomic about two pals, Sam and Harry, who leave their jobs in Central Processing and venture into the Wide Open World. During their travels they forge new friendships, battle annoying and petty enemies, and occasionally discuss what it means to be an “Exploding Ninja.” They have yet to determine if it involves any actual exploding… or actual ninjas, for that matter.
Comic: Pinkerton Park
Written and Illustrated by: Mike Witmer
Sometimes it’s a statement of what’s going on in the world, whether it be pop culture, politics, or just plain old stupid people. Sometimes it’s a little preachy and long winded. Sometimes it even takes a tug at your heart strings. But most times, Pinkerton Park is about four furry animals sitting around a bar in the middle of the woods getting drunk.
Comic: Zombie Roomie
Written and Illustrated by: John Wigger
Zombie Roomie is a zombie comedy webcomic. John was looking for someone to split the cost of rent but got more than he bargained for when George became his roommate. George is not your everyday zombie. He’s actually quite intelligent, fairly elitist, and kind of a jerk. John’s life used to be predictable and boring. Now his world is full of new and wondrous things.
Comic: Tara Normal
Written and Illustrated by: Howard Noeldechen
19 year-old Tara is the heroine in this online super-sci-fi-action-mystery love story. She possesses an incredible knowledge of the paranormal, including history and technology. She is more comfortable when creepy and weird things are happening around her. Tara’s ultimate quest is for the truth, and no case is too tough for her to solve.
Comic: Odori Park
Written and Illustrated by: Chris Watkins
Odori Park is the tale of east marries west. Japanese Arisa Nishimori, from snowy Hokkaido, Japan, and American Colin Easton, from Suburbia, U.S.A., navigate the culture shocks of romance, parenthood, family, friends, and making a living in an ever shrinking world. They run the used bookstore A Book By Its Cover, and have multi-lingual toddler son “Sprout.”
Comic: Tales of a Checkered Man
Written and Illustrated by: Denver Brubaker
Tales of a Checkered Man is a love letter to caped-crusaders, classic adventure pulps and traditional newspaper strips featuring a well-intentioned, but mostly inept, masked man of mystery who tries his best to strike fear into the hearts of the crooks and criminals of Exotic City. TOACM made its debut online on April 6th, 2010 and updates weekly.
Comic: Promises Promises
Written and Illustrated by: J.R. Faulkner
Promises Promises is a glib look at diet, fitness and all of the struggles and successes that come with achieving a healthy lifestyle. Promises Fitness is the name of the posh suburban club staffed by Fiona, Trish and Shanta, three well meaning and cheeky fitness professionals, doing their best to keep a very resistant membership in peak condition.
Comic: Urban Jungle
Written and Illustrated by: David Wilborn
Urban Jungle follows the life of Zack, the only human in an office full of animals, where he does software technical support for a pharmaceutical company. He lives with his adopted sheep brother Chuck, founder of FaceBaa (the social networking site for sheep) and his pet pug Gus (who prefers to be referred to as a roommate). Zack tries to stay optimistic as he navigates the world of disgruntled customers and office bureaucracy.
Comic: The Non-Adventures of Wonderella
Written and Illustrated by: Justin Pierce
The Non-Adventures of Wonderella stars the raddest and best superhero ever. Here are her stats/powers: Super strong, super durable, super hott, and she can totally jump hella high. Also she has met almost the whole cast of the old sitcom Wings, and she can tell the difference between an apple and a potato when she gets a stuffy nose (most people cannot).
Comic: Go Get a Roomie
Written and Illustrated by: Chloé C
Go Get a Roomie follows the wild adventures of an upbeat hippie, living her life in love and joy. (And beer and sex.) Slightly NSFW, if you count the countless naked boobs as such.
Comic: Hijinks Enuse
Written and Illustrated by: Joel Watson
HijiNKS Ensue is a semi-autobiographical comic about a lifelong geek and aspiring artist who turns his back on an unfulfilling, but financially stable career in order to pursue art full time and set a better example for his daughter. It’s “semi-autobiographical” because the core elements of the stories in HijiNKS ENSUE are true, but most of the specifics are at least 50% fictional in order to make things more interesting.
Written and Illustrated by: Sean McLean
Underwhelmed follows the day to day life of a pudgy little redheaded boy named Doyle. Most of his adventures involve video games, tv and food. His sisters drive him crazy, as does his mom. So to help him is his friend Gunther, a tall nerdy kid with a fannipack.
Comic: Dumbing of Age
Written and Illustrated by: David Willis
Dumbing of Age is a webcomic about college freshmen in the girls wing within a co-ed dorm at Indiana University, learning everything about life and themselves usually in the most difficult ways. It stars a Christian home-schooled girl and her atheist best friend, and also a disgraced cheerleader, a misanthrope, a rebel, and a caped vigilante.