Tag line: Making people laugh is the most miserable job of all.
Tag line: It’s a bi-coastal world.
Tag line: C’mon, you know you do.
Tag line: Get on your bike and get weird.
Tag line: Stopping war, one panel at a time.
Gun Culture: The El Rancho Gun Club is a place where people go to shoot off their guns and their mouths. It’s like a very well-armed version of Cheers.
Tag line: Charlton Heston’s Ghost’s favorite webcomic.
In a Relationship: We’ve all been in them we’ve all be out of them. Relationships are getting more and more complicated and technology probably isn’t helping. Tune in week after week to see semi-true stories of the dating world, relationships and just trying to get some without too much hassle.
Tag line: Sharing the pain one strip at a time.
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Digital Hobo: Dylan Cerland is a freelance writer living with his girlfriend. His life was great until his girlfriend lost her job. Now they are struggling to keep their place. With Dylan’s spotty resume, his only alternative is to work odd jobs he finds off the Internet, especially places like Craigslist. It’s a weird job, but someone has to do it.
Tag line: It’s a living…kinda.
Tagline: Mashing buttons from cradle to grave.
Tag line: A soap opera with a different kind of flavor.
Tony Destructo: The Webcomic Factory is proud to present Tony Destructo. Mr. Destructo would like us to tell you that he is not a professional wrestler, but he does own a machete and seeks justice wherever he goes. He embodies that justice in wanton acts of destruction, sometimes with a machete. Please do not attempt to embody justice yourself, Mr. Destructo is a professional. Trust us you wouldn’t like him when he was angry.
Tag line: Destroying things for justice!
The Comic Book Mafia: CB and Tony D would like to invite you to the offices of Lead Pipe Studios where they conduct perfectly legitimate comic book business. Get a behind-the-scenes look at how CB and Tony D make very legal comic books and never beat up comic book store owners, abuse fans or make satirical jabs at the comic book industry.
Tag line: Remember, there is no such thing as the Comic Book Mafia.
Sports Guys: Welcome to Sports Guys. It’s a bar where guys come in and talk about sports. And women. And beer. And sometimes buffalo wings and nachos when they’re hungry. Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, but if they don’t know the score of the game what’s the point? Whether you’re a gambler, a stat junkie or just can’t stand stupid calls, there’s a seat for you in Sports Guys.
Tag line: Sports. Food. Women.
Japanese School Girls in Love: Minako was just a normal, amazingly sexy Japanese schoolgirl. Then one day, she merged with an intergalactic robot guardian. Now she is Superstar Baby 7, the last guardian of Earth’s Galaxy. Can Minako balance school with saving the universe and her friends? Will she ever admit her crush on Haro? And will the mean girl crush her spirit or prove to be her friend?
Tag line: Saving the Universe right after class.
The Gentlemen’s Club: Welcome to Boobopolis, a typical sleazy strip joint off the New Jersey Turnpike. But the ladies who work here are more than just hot chicks with a knack for pole dancing. Behind the scenes, they are real people trying to make a living in a tough business. Rhino, the club’s owner, is an ex-pornstar that’s seen it all and done it all. And the horny guys who come into his place are anything but gentlemen. So bring your dollar bills and be polite or you’re gonna meet the biker bouncer, Killer, as he tosses you out in the parking lot.
Tag line: Sex is a business and business is good.
Post Apocalyptic Nick: Nick Surrey has just survived the worst Tuesday of all time. Climbing out of his hotel three days later, he finds himself trapped in an apocalyptic landscape in California. His car destroyed and his phone dead, he starts a journey cross country to see if his wife was really serious about divorcing him back in New Jersey. Can a man who knows nothing about survival survive without his iPhone, Chinese Take Out and Cable TV?
Tag line: Nick’s marriage is falling apart, but for everyone else it’s the end of the world.
Dealers: In the 1990’s, toys, baseball cards and comic books were hot and Gary and his friends wanted them. This is the story of how they all slowly destroyed their lives.
Tagline: They don’t sell drugs, but they do sell to addicts.
The Horror of Colony 6: This webcomic is a little like Aliens meets Night of the Living Dead. It’s zombies in space!
Tag line: On a distant space colony, nature is fighting back.
King of the Dwarves: In the world of Agril, only the Dwarves remain. They must unite to defeat the dragons.
Tag line: In a world of no humans, only the Dwarves can save the world.
Tales of Pizza: Based on the real life adventures of the world’s angriest pizza man.
Tag line: Hot pizza delivered bitterly.
Tag line: Never shut off the camera.