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Help me print an Art Book of my colorfully odd, pun filled, animal art that includes pancats, cats puking kittens, and knittens.
Get our 60 page manga for a pledge of as little as $1.
What happens when an invulnerable hero has a son with Down syndrome? What lengths will his son go through to be "super?"
Fifteen years in the making, the fan-favorite series by Al Rio & David Campiti is collected in a graphic novel for the first time!
Help Indy Comics publisher Blacklist Studios print their award winning series Robot 13 in a Trade Paperback & get awesome stuff!
Support NENETL, a spirited horror comic about a ghost searching for her family & dodging exorcists during the Day of the Dead festival.
3 adolescents swept away on a flying saucer land 66 years in the past in ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO! Will they change history or become it?
"Kid Beowulf and the Rise of El Cid" is the third book in the graphic novel adventure series and seeks funds for the print edition!
Hu inherits magical thread that sews attributes like fortune and courage into peoples' auras. He tries to unravel its mysterious origin
The second book collection of strips from the syndicated comic strip "Soup to Nutz" by Rick Stromoski
My new project "INTO A RIFT" will begin with a pitchbook. This book is the first step towards a 4 issue mini-series comic book.
"Oddly Normal", an all-ages fantasy graphic novel.
The quest to raise funds for the brand new Mystic Revolution book 4!
The A-Team set in a supernatural western! Fully water-colored hardcover.
A hauntingly honest graphic novel depicting the winter of 2010 in the radical artist and musician community of New Orleans.
Read issue 1 for $1! Recipes for the Dead: Apricot Asylum is an indie steampunk comic filled with full-color art and delicious cookies.
126 color pages! A cowboy and a teenage girl clean up history, whether history wants it or not. Dinosaurs! Robots! Jokes!
Ryan Browne's painfully sweet improv comic created a page a day, an hour per page, with no preplanning for six whole months. Booyah!
Disabled mouth-artist writes, draws, and letters the story of a young woman with a dark secret - she's a serial killer.
It's a collection of strips from the webcomic Shortpacked!, featuring people who work in a toy store and tell jokes about Batman.