The second issue of the SERVANT CGI comic! Last issue, Servant prevented a nuclear weapon launched by the South East Kinchan Empire from causing untold damage to Philippine shores. However, this also earned him the ire of that nation's Mighty Ruler who has sworn vengeance! Now Gabriel Barreon/Gal Ang must face the... [click here for more]
A WW2 era one-shot tale originally produced for the Ape Entertainment U.F.O. Anthology webcomic! Now on sale for the first time! Written by Jay Carvajal, art and inks by Gonzalo Martinez, colors by Lisa Moore and lettering by Brant Fowler! ... [click here for more]
The first issue of the SERVANT CGI comic! This issue presents a brief look into Servant's origins and a lead in to an adventure where the fate of the world hangs in the balance! Born of gods and raised by mortals, young Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon lives as an ordinary student, working part-time as a call center representative. Yet when the need arises, he dedicates his... [click here for more]
Meet the Hard Hat's team. Chicago's very own first construction super hero team. Follow the crew through their madcap adventures against a mystery villain out to destroy them and the city. ... [click here for more]
A fugitive deserves an ice cream in peace now and again!
Taus is on the run. All she wants to do is get her tattoo removed... maybe eat an ice cream without being bothered by the feds... which is why she was forced to steal a pirate ship.
Pfft! Let them chase.
Akashik is back! and better than ever; better art, better asteroids, and you'd better be reading what's next.
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Taus is sleeping, and her new stolen pirate ship has been hounded by pirates. Ganji, the resident fix it fellah, is left to handle them alone. It's either that or wake Taus up, and he certainly doesn't want to do that! ... [click here for more]
The Beginning of the End of the Beginning What would happen to the world if our economies crashed and a deadly virus threatened to wipe out humanity? Find out inside the exciting first issue of The Threat.
The original version of The Threat #1 ... [click here for more]