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--Crisp, gorgeous black and white art with an original storyline
Alien Loves Predator --Aliens, speed dating, with occasional appearances by Jesus (sporatic updates)
--An original take on extradimensional travel
--I'm a sucker for skeletal dogs.
--Lovely art with pretty boys and killer foxes.
Copper --Sweet, poignant, everything that usually annoys...love it anyway
--Because I have a thing for dark elves.
--Very cute art with an unconventional heroine.
Errant Story --Flying talking cats, hit men, wise ass teens and half elves
--Eet ees Frrench, jus like zee fries 'n zee toast, oui?
The Front --A very cute mutant superhero story with a sardonically funny reluctant hero (Completed storyline)
--Brains and beauty and Jaegar monsters
Goodbye Chains --A Communist and a bank robber in 1880s Colorado
Gothbunnies --Nothing like that cute little bunny you got for Easter.
--Prohibition Era schenanigans...with cats!
--Because the heroine's name is Bactine
--Pretty boys compensating for inadequacies with big swords
--A cute girl and her comic book store
--Fairy tales, folded, spindled, and mutilated
Paradigm Shift --Features an ass-kicking female protagonist who is much more than she seems.
Piled Higer and Deeper --For anyone who's ever gone to grad school, especially in the sciences
--The latest and greatest from the creator of Inverloch
--A cute mad scientist and the hot babes who own him
Purgatory Tower --Jaw on the floor, awesome art!
--Back from hiatus, features lovely artwork and a "very curious, indeed" storyline.
--A comic artist who can actually draw horses. Stunning color and shading.
Sin Fest --The devil, hand puppets, and female 'tude
--A unique take on bloodsuckers
Spider Bubblegum --This comic scores a very rare, "OMG! It's so cute!" Giant bugs, baby dragons and clever dialogue (Hasn't updated in a while.)
--I'm rather bored with epic fantasy, but there are exceptions...pretty men, pretty linework and sometimes in glorious color
--Dynamic linework and two intriguing protagonists
--Pretty women, prettier men, and wacky mahem
The WAVAM Project --Wonderful combination of gray-scale art with touches of colour; and vampires!
Wolf --I have a thing for lanky, redheaded guys. Yum.
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