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Posted in Emiliano

Flap

A deep dive into the birth (and death) of the modern UFO mythology which began in the Salish Sea, seen through a kaleidoscope of colonial ecology and guerilla warfare.

Posted in Tomi Trembath

When We Transform

A Tokusatsu inspired comic book about personal transformation.

Posted in C. S. Garcia Martinez

Malatona When It Rains

When long-term flooding leads to a murder in a small town on the outskirts of the Malatona province, the provincial court will have to reckon with their place in a political order that may soon no longer exist.

Posted in Kel McDonald

The City Between

In the futuristic city of New Mahtlaw, technology has made the supernatural hard to hide. The world knows werewolves are real but their rarity makes them an oddity not a threat. However, more lies out there trying to stay in the shadows.

Posted in Alberto Velasco

Harvester of Dreams

Laila wants to dream, but in a world controlled by a dreamless tyrant that feeds the dreams of children to the Dark Harvesters, she will have to give up her dreams or fight for them.

Posted in figofswords

The Second Circus

A coming-of-age story about families, friendship, and a magical fey circus.

Posted in Atla Hrafney

Gzhel Guardian

Leo navigates the otherworldly Railway System, full of magic, mechanical monsters and burnt-out heroes trying their best.

Posted in Cori Walters

Hole

A swampy, sapphic Nu Metal horror comic about a twenty-something haunted by the ghost of her toxic teenage Girl Best Friend.

Posted in Lukasz Kowalczuk

To Hell and Galgenbeck

Go To Hell and Galgenbeck is the official comic book based on MÖRK BORG – “a pitch-black apocalyptic fantasy RPG about lost souls and fools seeking redemption, forgiveness or the last remaining riches in a bleak and dying world.”

Posted in Mathraptor

Yarns of Horror

Short horror stories based on folk tales.

Posted in J. Scott

Please Please Forget Me

Three juvenile delinquents are embroiled in an underground crime ring on opposite sides of a conflict, each recalling memories from their past as fiercely loyal childhood friends.

Posted in Jey Pawlik

Dead City

A completed webcomic turned graphic novel about two queer men surviving a post-apocalyptic Toronto and falling in love.

Posted in joe ruin / saint vagrant

SUPERPOSE

198X— In seaside Port City, three desperate and struggling young trans adults stake their careers and lives on a physics-breaking machine, altering their future forever.

Posted in Jey Pawlik

Gender Slices

A webcomic turned graphic novel of one page autobio comics of my life living as a nonbinary trans person.

Posted in Charles Brubaker

Lauren Ipsum

A librarian rabbit getting into nerdy hijinx.

Posted in Keith James

Scam the Gods

Scam the Gods is a surreal fantasy webcomic about lies, magic, and fish.

Posted in Ashley McCammon

Obelisk

A grieving young woman finds comfort in a new relationship with a mysterious, eccentric shopkeeper – who keeps a dark, vampiric secret of her own.

Posted in Maiji/Mary Huang

Tusita’s Last Tenant

A small child meets a familiar stranger in one of the heavenly Buddhist realms.

Posted in Toby Boyd

Clover & Cutlass

A burnt-out cleric forms an unlikely alliance (and maybe more…!) with the daughter of the evil wizard she’s trying to defeat.

Posted in Kaeti Vandorn

Call of the Sentinel

Two little monsters go on everyday adventures