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Naked Matador Stories Created by M.S. Harkness Updated as often as possible



The Disconnect New visual ethics for young lovers Whenever the itch needs to be scratched



Bad Obstetrician by Mark Dreskin, MD



Postcards_from_Neverywhere- sky nomad By Patrick Lutz Whenever



Within the Rat Mondays



Pablo: The Sad Orange. Written by Myles C., Illustrated by S. Corr Sundays



CRUX By Leah Jennings weekends



Some Day Dreamers by Laurie L Thomas daily



AFTERDEAD -- The Desert Peach Crosses Over By Donna Barr Saturday



An Unexpected Turn of Events By J. Sandas One-shot. No updates.



PALINDRAMAS: Palindromes, Cartoonified by Dan Mazur Wednesdays



Gold and Blue and Gray By Gloria Farmer Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays



The Alpha Microscope By Brian Lenth, based on "The Aleph" by J. L. Borges.



Good Night, Good Light! By Max Peters Wednesdays


Recommended Reading


Beautiful through its tragedy.

This surely is a rare kind of comic, and one that must be checked out immediately. There are only four instalments (thus far) and each one is truly beautiful.

These are tragic pieces my friends, and this is the kind of tragedy one could only find in classic European art films - those rare moments which make you not only feel like weeping, but awestruck at the inherent beauty.

I really don't know what else to say. If you like films by such luminaries as Fellini or possibly Godard, I suggest you take the time to peruse Max Peter's wares. You won't regret it, and if you're anything like me, it'll add a bit of deeper meaning to your day.

... read it now!



Palindramas is as amusing backwards as it is forwards.

Palindrome- n. a word, phrase, or sentencethat reads the same backward and forward.

 The idea is so simple, yet oh so complicated. Just the mere fact that such a comic can provide entertainment with just the words alone is amazing.

Some of the comics are one panel gags with a simple illustration of the palindrome. Other comics may contain several. My favorites, however, are the comics in which a scenario is provided leading up to the puch line: a new palindrome.

"'Read now!', won dear."

... read it now!



I can't begin to explain the effect Ms. Barr's work has had on me. Despite the fastastic elements (of which there are no few) her stories and deeply moving, sometimes funny, sometimes sad, frequenly both at once.
Many, many moons ago, I stumbled across Stinz: Family Values, and was immediately impressed. Long story short: I went and found every Stinz collection I could, and along the way met this Desert Peach guy, too. And watching Desert Peach move from farcical comedy to human drama was, no hyperbole, dumbfouding. I really truly did feel like a bomb had gone off in my brain. Like so many of her fans, I couldn't help but wish that somehow, somewhere they might meet. ('cause believe me, the half-horse and the gay nazi could have quite a conversation--they're both veterans) And now, years later, those prayers are answered! READ IT! ... read it now!


28x30 (Subtitle: ) Not much to put here    ··||··    AFTERDEAD -- The Desert Peach Crosses Over By Donna Barr Saturday    ··||··    An Unexpected Turn of Events By J. Sandas One-shot. No updates.    ··||··    Bad Obstetrician by Mark Dreskin, MD    ··||··    Chancellor Cop By Dane Martin When the silver moon sets    ··||··    CRUX By Leah Jennings weekends    ··||··    Curious Tales of Victoria & Eleanor Created by Cristina Paulos Sundays, or every other Sunday.    ··||··    Dream Dive By Brett Cook Updated randomly.    ··||··    Flying Written by Sean Viola : Illustrated by Twilight Men, Inc. One-Shot, It was just a thought    ··||··    Gold and Blue and Gray By Gloria Farmer Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays    ··||··    Good Night, Good Light! By Max Peters Wednesdays    ··||··    I, EYE by Tyler Stafford one shot.    ··||··    Lament By John hensel    ··||··    Naked Matador Stories Created by M.S. Harkness Updated as often as possible    ··||··    OPED a Comic Bewk by TEG. (One Page Every Day. Hopefully.)    ··||··    Out of Breath Written and Illustrated by Strychnine Fuller    ··||··    Pablo: The Sad Orange. Written by Myles C., Illustrated by S. Corr Sundays    ··||··    PALINDRAMAS: Palindromes, Cartoonified by Dan Mazur Wednesdays    ··||··    Postcards_from_Neverywhere- sky nomad By Patrick Lutz Whenever    ··||··    Ripping Off King Arthur By Arthur Spitzer Whenever    ··||··    Script by Dan Mazur    ··||··    Shadowplay By Craig Vial When it's ready    ··||··    Some Day Dreamers by Laurie L Thomas daily    ··||··    The Alpha Microscope By Brian Lenth, based on "The Aleph" by J. L. Borges.    ··||··    the Bathroom by Pupato    ··||··    The Disconnect New visual ethics for young lovers Whenever the itch needs to be scratched    ··||··    The Door in the Wall Written and Drawn by James Maston when it's done    ··||··    The Pekka Files By Bianca Fritz    ··||··    Tiny Tales By Lost Cat Daily    ··||··    Within the Rat Mondays    ··||··    Xament By John Hensel Periodically    ··||··    Yonder by Rachael Lee One-shot, no updates    ··||··    Zero Degree Void By Tilley Randomly Weekly    ··||··   
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