Fans of surreal mysteries like Lost and The Prisoner would do well to check out Sin Titulo, Cameron Stewart's creepy noir comic involving malevolent nursing home employees, teleportation, and people psychically connected through a vision of a dead tree. »9/02/09 11:34am 9/02/09 11:34am
Webcomics fans looking for robots, vampires, zombies, ninjas, pirates, monsters, dinosaurs, ghosts, and general awesomeness need look no further than Chris Hastings's brainchild The Adventures of Dr. McNinja. It's a glorious pastiche of loving parodies for superfans. »8/31/09 2:20pm 8/31/09 2:20pm
Tom Siddell's Gunnerkrigg Court has won awards, critical acclaim, and the heart of Neil Gaiman. With its mysterious boarding school setting and curious, lighthearted blend of science fiction, fantastical creatures, gothic imagery, and silly humor, it's easy to see why. »8/13/09 3:23pm 8/13/09 3:23pm
In Templar, Arizona, Charlie "Spike" Troutman takes on a tour through her alternate Arizona, a world slightly and bizarrely askew from our own. It's a tumultuous universe, stocked with extreme subcultures, terrifying public artwork, and the legal consumption of panda. »8/06/09 11:30am 8/06/09 11:30am
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