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Basic Instructionsby Scott Meyer
Basic Instructions is a comic for all those times when you aren't sure what to do. Need a laugh? Need a guide? Need both? This is the comic for you.
Birdbrainsby Thom Bluemel
Humor is for the birds in this fine, feathered comic from Thom Bluemel.
Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dogby Jonathan Mahood
Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog is a charming, high-tech take on the classic story of a boy and his dog.
Bob the Squirrelby Frank Page
Bob the Squirrel combines a cranky squirrel, an obsessive compulsive cartoonist, and the woman who loves the cartoonist and tolerates the squirrel. Clearly, hijinks ensue.
Boomerangsby Jack Pullan
Boomerangs is the story of a multi-generational family adjusting to life under one roof.
C'est la Vieby Jennifer Babcock
C'est la Vie is the story of a witty, surly Frenchwoman and the friends who tolerate her.
Compu-toonby Charles Boyce
High tech and low tech meet and do battle on the stage of Charles Boyce's Compu-toon.
The Dooziesby Tom Gammill
The Doozies are a wacky look at a wacky family. Frustration has never looked so funny.
Eek!by Scott Nickel
Eek! is a twisted take on monster, myths, paranormal activities and characters from different worlds. Literally.
Imagine Thisby Lucas Turnbloom
Darin's a man with few friends and a beloved collection of stuffed animals. Clovis is his teddy bear. Clovis has anger issues.
Last Kissby John Lustig
Gorgeous vintage comics plus saucy, over-the-top dialog? That's John Lustig's Last Kiss at a glance!
MythTickleby Justin Thompson
MythTickle is a magical adventure with dragons, deities and humor.
New Adventures of Queen Victoriaby Pab Sungenis
The New Adventures of Queen Victoria are a strange and hilarious look at the secret (fictional) life of HRH Queen Victoria.
Pibgornby Brooke McEldowney
Pibgorn is a magical tale of fairies, love, and high adventure.
Rabbits Against Magicby Jonathan Lemon
Rabbits Against Magic is a tale of two rabbits with hopes, dreams and phobias all their own.
Red Meatby Max Cannon
Red Meat is not for the faint of heart. The humor is wicked, the characters are strange, and the laughs are plentiful.
Skin Horseby Shaenon K. Garrity and Jeffrey C. Wells
Skin Horse is the tale of a top-secret government agency staffed by very special, very maladjusted operatives. This is their story.
Tiny Sepukuby Ken Cursoe
Tiny Sepuku is a cute, hapless look at the least helpful romance columnist ever.
Too Much Coffee Manby Shannon Wheeler
Too Much Coffee Man is the humorous product of an over-caffeinated imagination. Sometimes there are cats.