Webcomics By Genre
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Citrusman- the superhero with appeal! Not enough vitamin C in your diet? Look no further than Citrusman! Protecting all from wave after wave of evil forces looking to obtain the city's power source, the Solarstone! Fruitastic superhero adventures await! Sketches, pin-ups and more updated weekly! New comic pages added every Friday!
The struggles of a trained killer in a crazy world.
A coming of age story about a boy who gains weird powers after a fruit punch related accident and is peer pressured into fighting crime by his overenthusiastic best friend.Equal parts goofy superhero story and high school slice-of-life.
Cliff Genus is a kid who got in over his head into a world of corporate superheroes. Furry superhero action. What more can you ask for? Contains TG, Violence and Mild Language.
The continuing adventures of Mr. Mighty, a minor-league superhero working in Indianapolis. His wife is a former villainess, his son is discovering girls, and his daughter is struggling to deal with her developing superpowers. Adventures combine action, comedy, and a touch of drama.
Gael Force is the story of a team of student superheroes from Queen's University who protect their campus from all manner of threats. Made by students from Queen's. Originally made as a regular comic book it is also being published online.qcbl.weebly.com/our-comics.html
A comic about super heroines. Well there are guys too but mostly it’s about the girls. Doing the things that super powered girls do. Fighting crime, saving the world, dating, shopping, etc. There’ll be explosions, cheesecake, beefcake, heroes and villains, angels and demons, cyborgs, probably ninjas. Yeah but what’s it about?The extraordinary person in the ordinary circumstance.To me, the most memorable moments in comics...
“JL8”, formerly known as "Little League", is a side project of “Gifted” creator Yale Stewart. A weekly webcomic, it follows the adventures of popular DC comic characters as children in elementary school. Mostly funny, with a dash of pathos, it should be an enjoyable read for any fans of DC Comics characters as well as people who enjoy the traditional syndicated comic strip.
The Jonathin Quackup of the Planet Weralt series tells the story of that takes place in the fantastical planet of Weralt. The world was once protected my a mysterious beings called the Quacki. They protected the inhabitants of the world (humans, hawkoids, pelishtees, etc.) from the monsters that lurk in the shadows of night.But one day the Quacki disappeared. Without their guidance or protection, the peoples of the world fought amongst themselves. And the monsters came out of hidin...
Abbott and Costello in tights. A kitchen sink love letter to old schools superhero comics and saturday morning cartoons with heart.
Pride Guys is an ongoing webcomic about LGBTQ Superheroes, featuring a cast of culturally and racially diverse characters. It shows their personal relationships, and how they take on their role of being Queer Superheroes. Their headquarters is in Washington, DC, but their adventures takes them far beyond the limits of the District, as they travel to different countries, other dimensions, outer space and alternative realities. Although this is a comic about superheroes there are some elements of mythol...
Rex Baldwin has put everything he has into his pursuit of a superpower. But Rex is about to discover that great power doesn't equate to an easier life.
‘Raccoon Girl’ is a superhero webcomic about Rachel Coonigan and her friends on their journey to try and become heroes in a world over populated by them, but of course not everything goes exactly according to plan.
A gamer gets abducted one night and wakes up with wings. Now she tries to redefine her life around her new abilities.
Superhero Girl is a comic strip for Halifax's free weekly newspaper, The Coast. It's about the trials and tribulations of a girl superhero. Superhero Girl updates every Tuesday morning. The originals of all of these comics are for sale for the low price of $40. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to buy one.