Werewolves have stalked the earth for milennia. Not the mystical creatures of legend, but an evil, pleasure-killing species all their own. Through times of ancient magic to the modern day, the werewolves feast on their human prey with savage malevolence. Now, they move unchecked through a society convinced they do not exist, fooling them with their day-bound human camouflage.
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ALL PAY WHAT YOU LIKE PROFITS GO STRAIGHT TO SUICIDE PREVENTION CHARITIES
The Society for the Remarkable Suicide is about a group that helps people kill themselves in very unique ways. Trevor a up and coming executive and Catherine a drug using goth girl, join the Society to leave this world. Through planning their suicides together they find a reason to live, each other. This doesn't go down... [click here for more]
The Trials of Beatrice is a Dark Fantasy Femme Fatale reimagining of "Dante's Inferno". Fighting on the frontlines of the crusades, Beatrice is left with the impossible task of rescuing her beloved Dante from the clutches of the underworld. Accompanied by the mysterious spectral poet Virgil, she must conquer the 9 circles of Hell and lay waste to whatever stands in her way. ... [click here for more]
Golden Agers brings out a blockbuster brigade of comics! This color special stars such classic crusaders as Thun'da, Steve Hanson, Camilla, Space Ace, Princess Mo-Ra, and Blue Bolt! 52 pages of fantastic fun!... [click here for more]
It's the eternal conflict of undead vs. swashbucklers! Zombie Vs. Pirate sees Cap'n Cramps locking horns with the walking dead hippie, Gary. These two memes host a collection of strange yarns by a diverse draw of comic creators. We've got T.E.D. the Time Exploration Droid coming back to search for the Temple of the Infinity Compass, All Is Forgiven looks into animal testing, get cute and fuzzy with... [click here for more]
A mysterious trio attacks a manned mission to Mars. Who were those crazy spacemen?
This is a preview for the upcoming graphic novel titled "Slave" by Greg Boucher and Aleksandar Bozic. ... [click here for more]