MON/WED/FRI: Using old comic art with twisted, new dialogue, Disney writer John Lustig's Last Kiss is sexy silliness at it's most absurd! The web version of Last Kiss is a mix of new material and updated, colorized strips that have appeared in either Comics Buyer's Guide or the Last Kiss comic book series.
ARCHIVE: Life is challenging enough for young Hamilton Howlington, without the added baggage of a revolting boogeyman living under his bed. Too bad! Tailipoe is an Ignatz Award nominated online strip by Archie Comics writer Craig Boldman.
ARCHIVE: Explore this compelling and clever manga influenced superhero parody by creators Dave "the Knave" White and Chris White. This comic strip originated in Carnegie Mellon University's "Tartan" newspaper.
ARCHIVE: War is hell in any era. This medieval hard fantasy tells of a rag-tag group of working-class warriors, whose only contribution to their world is the fighting blood that rushes through their veins. Not for the squeamish! By comics veteran Joe St.Pierre.
HELLO CRUEL WORLD
ARCHIVE: Hello Cruel World follows the antics of a small group of friends as they struggle to fit into life after college. The fact that they're having otherworldly curve balls thrown at them from the Netherworld sure isn't helping things though. By Ron Braun.
CHASE VILLENS-BOY HERO
ARCHIVE: Running after bad guys and being only a kid can be really tough. Especially with a name like Chase Villens! Follow this brilliant and witty adventure by George Broderick, Jr. who's credits include stories for DC and Marvel Comics.
NOT AVAILABLE COMICS
ARCHIVE: Check out Cynicalman and his amazing friends by mini-comics pioneer Matt Feazell. Currently producing a monthly feature for Disney Adventure Magazine, Matt's stick figures were seen much earlier as back-up features in Scott McCloud's "The Adventures of ZOT!"
ARCHIVE: The official ode to Super-Seniors, Danielle Corsetto's "Ramblers" is the story of four real-life college kids and their occasionally real-life adventures at a small West Virginia school. People who are offended by beer, whipped cream, wet T-shirt contests, duct tape or Febreeze would be smart to avoid this strip.
DANDY & COMPANY
ARCHIVE: Dandy & Company is a slightly skewed look at the life of a Dog and his boy and the incredible, sometimes epic, always funny adventures they get themselves into. Check out the fun by Derrick Fish.
HOLY COW COMICS
ARCHIVE: An eclectic cornucopia of heroic action and humorous adventures, sure to tickle your funny bone, pump your adreneline and have you shouting HOLY COW! COMICS!! at your monitor... you folks surfing on the sly at work may want to watch that last part... you have been warned! By George Broderick, Jr.
ARCHIVE: Enjoy the mayhem that follows this over-muscled and under-brained hero created by Don Simpson who's work includes "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", "Roger Rabbit", "Flash", Harvey Pekar's "American Splendor" and a collaboration with Alan Moore on "In Pictopia".