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Always Human by walkingnorth

This is a story about nanobots, genetic engineering, and two girls falling in love. No matter how technology changes us, we’ll always be human.

Chester 5000 XYV by Jess Fink
(18+, NSFW)

Chester 5000 is an erotic comic set in a Victorian/Edwardian past, generally in the late 1800′s to early 1900′s. Chester is the brilliant creation of a very talented Scientist and Engineer. He has many useful features and tries very hard to please. However, Chester is more than the sum of his parts.

O Human Star by Blue Delliquanti

Alastair Sterling was the inventor who sparked the robot revolution. And because of his sudden death, he didn’t see any of it. That is, until he wakes up 16 years later in a robot body that matches his old one exactly. Until he steps outside and finds a world utterly unlike the one he left behind – a world where robots live alongside their human neighbors and coexist in their cities. A world he helped create.
Now Al must track down his old partner Brendan to find out who is responsible for Al’s unexpected resurrection, but their reunion raises even more questions. Like who the robot living with Brendan is. And why she looks like Al. And how much of the past should stay in the past…

Rock and Riot by Chelsey Furedi

Rock and Riot follows the tales of opposing teenage gangs in the 1950s with an LGBTQ theme! Will the teams set aside their differences to fight for what they have in common?

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Dumbing of Age by Dave Willis

Dumbing of Age is a webcomic about college freshmen in the girls wing within a co-ed dorm at Indiana University, learning everything about life and themselves usually in the most difficult ways.  It stars a Christian homeschooled girl and her atheist best friend, and also a disgraced cheerleader, a misanthrope, a rebel, and a caped vigilante.

Inhibit by Eve Greenwood

As a kid, Victor dreamed of training to be a superhero. That didn’t go so well.
Now, nine years later, Victor is a resident at the Earl Estate, a home for kids who haven’t yet demonstrated that they can control their powers. With his 18th birthday – and a transfer – only a few weeks away, he has one last chance to prove he is capable enough to receive his licence and go home to a normal life. But when he most needs things to go smoothly for once, everything starts to go wrong, and he finds himself tangled in the plot of a mysterious arsonist…

Kill 6 Billion Demons by Tom Parkinson-Morgan 

Sorority sister Allison Ruth must travel to Throne, the ancient city at the center of the multiverse, in an epic bid to save her boyfriend from the clutches of the seven evil kings that rule creation. Includes excerpts from in-universe religious texts, stories, and more.

Left on Base by Camden Jian

Baseball is hard. Playing baseball when everyone expects something amazing from you is even harder. Adrien Zhou was certainly ready to sweat, bleed, and cry on the field…but nothing could have prepared him for the turbulent life in the dugout.

Love Circuits by Genué Revuelta, Taneka Stotts

When Yvonne King receives a refurbished Heartbreaker-model robot for her birthday, she’s unprepared for the impact he’ll have on her life. Set in the futuristic city of Nuevo Miami, Love Circuits is queer, upbeat, inclusive science fiction.

Namesake by Isabelle Melançon, Megan Lavey-Heaton

When Emma lands in another world following a library fire, she discovers she’s a Namesake — one with the power to open portals to other worlds via the power of their name: strange, fantasy, and fairy-tale lands we know thanks to literature, cinema, and folks tales. The rules of Namesakes are quite clear – Alices always go to Wonderland. Wendys always go to Neverland. However, Emma finds herself in Oz, where she is expected to act as the latest in a long line of Dorothies. She instead unveils a magical conspiracy plot that’s more than 100 years in the making. While Emma is stumbling down the Yellow Brick Road, her younger sister Elaine discovers she’s a Writer — one gifted with the power to make stories come to life. Will Elaine be her sister’s key back home?
Aided by magic-wielding twins from Oz, a half-Cheshire Alice, a devilishly charming Jack, a sword-wielding Lost Girl, a hungry card soldier, and a confused Canadian, Emma must walk through many stories to find everyone’s happy ending.

Oglaf by Trudy Cooper and Doug Bayne
(18+, NSFW)

An explicit sex-comedy fantasy comic with recurring characters but no overarching narrative. Comics have included shapeshifters, interspecies romance, fountains of youth, enchanted body parts, magical sex toys, and bedroom injuries with a literal ice queen.

Questionable Content by Jeph Jacques

Questionable Content is a slice-of-life webcomic which focuses on a group of young adults living in Massachusetts in the near future. Described by creator Jeph Jacques as being about “romance and robots”, Questionable Content blends humor, melodrama, and romance to track the hilarious highs and sobering lows of the indie rock generation.

Radio Silence by Vanessa Stefaniuk

Hitting the road on a journey of self discovery and acceptance, this coming-of-age tale gives a backstage look at friendships and the plights of fame as experienced by a modern British rock band. On the fast track toward fame, the five members of the fictional British rock band, Radio Silence, enter into an exciting new life on the road with their best friends. As they tour across the United Kingdom, they excitedly embrace this new lifestyle and all the resulting challenges, including living in close quarters with each other with little privacy, and the overwhelming reaction of the public to their new-found success.

Stand Still. Stay Silent by Minna Sundberg

“Stand Still. Stay Silent” is a post apocalyptic webcomic with elements from Nordic mythology, set 90 years in the future. It’s a story about friendship and exploring a forgotten world, with some horror, monsters and magic on the side. New page every Mon Tue Thurs Fri.

Weaker Sides by Falco Verholen

This is the story of Kyoko and Ashley and their fateful meeting on a gentle summer night. Hailing from Canada, Ashley Brooks moved to the Netherlands to become a nurse. When he isn’t tending his overgrown garden or trying to heal local wildlife, he enjoys nocturnal rides through the woods surrounding his home. All seems well in Ashley’s little world – until he meets bewildered, doe-faced Kyoko, a headstrong but haunted artist on a feverish quest to retake her identity. However, she’s not alone on her journey, and with her demons in tow and old friends at her side, she embarks to solve the riddle of her new face.

Woodward by Sam Glyph

The story of a boy who got lost in the woods, and what he found there.



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