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  • Avaiyo, Vol. 02

    by Jeremy Fetter
    Volume 02 continues with the story of Sekken and Iyo that began in Volume 01. As they respond to an entreaty, issued by the Village of Pegil, they must find and rescue the villagers while an army of neyens stand in their way.
  • Avaiyo, Vol. 01

    by Jeremy Fetter

    Set in the fantasy world of Xiltria, the story centers around the guild Emerald Moon as they work with the Nation of Brosha in the fight against the Dark Legion, an underground organization that emerged after the fall of the Tamiran Empire.


    This is a world where everyone can practice and study Xaology (magic). From the youngest child to the eldest grandparent, it's part of their everyday lifestyle and something everyone is capable of. Having been enslaved for most of th... more

  • Miseryland

    by Keiler Roberts

    Miseryland is a collection of Keiler Roberts’ ongoing autobiographical comics series Powdered Milk. Throughout the book, short stories and vignettes build into one narrative.  The first scene shows Roberts’ three-year-old daughter Xia watching her shrink the window cellophane with a hairdryer. “It’s getting fancier and fancier,” she observes. Throughout the book Xia is a major character: challenging Roberts (“You want to say dammit?”), entertaining her (“There’s a l... more

  • The Gifted: Books 1 & 2

    by Damian A .Wassel
    In a world void of color, a lone wolf hunts for food. Drawn to an industrial plant at the fringe of a city, the wolf encounters humans for the first time. Wounded by their violent reaction, the wolf flees, seeking shelter. What he finds, however, proves far more powerful: the gift of consciousness. Guided by a quiet voice, the wolf embarks on a journey. Soon, he discovers others like him. Others who are gifted. This is the story of their struggle to bring color back to the world.
  • They Call Me...Unemployable

    by Mark Burkenbine
    This one is various unconnected memes, photos and illustrations. Some funny, some propaganda of how I see life. Should be a quick read. 200 plus pictures. Thanks for your time
  • Russian Optimism: Dark Nursery Rhymes to Cheer You Right Up

    by Ben Rosenfeld
    Russian Optimism is an illustrated coffee table book containing thirty of Russia’s most horrifically hysterical nursery rhymes, in English.
  • Of Fleas and Fleadom, A Tale of Two Vermin

    by Lewis Goldstein
    Finnegan T., a shy, quiet Flea, lived on a cat in a monastery...until they tried to poison him. Follow Finnegan's adventures as he searches for sanctuary in the dangerous world of MAN. Two 'vermin,' one small, one big. Who is the true villain? A Graphic Epic, told in rhyme and fully illustrated by Arianna Grinager
  • Fallout- The Descendants of Vaults 42, 43 & 55

    by Regis Alliosn Jr.
    Based on themes created by the popular video game Fallout 3 & Fallout New Vegas. Fallout- The Descendants of Vaults 42, 43, & 55 is set 199.5 years after the great nuclear war of 2077. A family is thrust out of their safe, secure habitat into a unforgiving land recast in it's own deadly image. This graphic novel is a tale of lust, family, revenge, murder, love, friendship, vengeance, cannibalism and WAR.
  • Patriot-1

    by Kevin Powers
    Delta Force Operator Ken Baker is the lone survivor of an attack in Afghanistan. Upon escaping captivity, he finds himself embroiled in a conspiracy that results in a team from the CIA’s Special Activities Division seeking his help to unravel the mystery of “Operation Quisling.” Lies, deception and betrayals leave Baker wondering what he fights for and who he can really trust. As the war in Afghanistan has all but ended, the conspiracy soon reveals a new and bigger threat, one that prompts Ba... more

    by Joshua O'Neill
    Winsor McCay was perhaps the greatest cartoonist of all time, and the Sunday newspaper strip Little Nemo in Slumberland was his greatest creation. In Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream, many of the world's finest cartoonists will pay tribute to the master and his masterpiece, following their own voices down paths lit by McCay. Over 100 of the world's greatest cartoonists and illustrators -- including Bill Sienkiewicz, J.H. Williams III, Paul Pope, Michael Allred, David Mack, Stephen Bissette, Cr... more
  • UNeducation, Vol 1: A Residential School Graphic Novel

    by Jason Eaglespeaker
    The chilling chronicles of a family's government-sanctioned exploitation in the residential/boarding school system.
  • Fighter's of the Galaxy!

    by Rachel Nassetta
    A few friends getting together, collecting super powers, and saving the world, and coming together as a team. But not everything goes the way the people want it to go.
  • Utopiates

    by Kat Rocha
    In the near future… …science is able to distill human personalities into a drug-form. Called utopiates –a merging of the words utopia and opiate– these drugs allow users to swap personalities with the “mental imprints” of other people. Every user has their own reasons for seeking chemical escape, but all soon learn the cost of soul swapping is extremely high. Follow the interconnected lives of four individuals addicted to injecting “souls” in the sci-fi series, UTOPIATES Vol.1, now availab... more
  • World War Kaiju

    by Kat Rocha
    “What if Doctor Strangelove created Godzilla?” World War Kaiju is the story of an alternate history, one in which the atom bomb was never created and the ultimate weapon of mass destruction is the kaiju—fifty foot tall radioactive beasts spawned from the mysterious KAI-235 isotope. Follow the journey of one journalist as he teams up with a retired CIA operative to uncover the truth about the conspiracy behind the monsters… …who are the architects of the inevitable Kaiju War? …what is th... more
  • Inferno Los Angeles

    by Ron Bassilian
    A new traveler finds his gateway to Hell beneath the urban jungle of the “City of Angels”. Inferno Los Angeles revisits Dante’s journey, weaving new characters and contemporary scenarios with the timelessly familiar scenes Dante described. It is an adventure of pure imagination, fraught with obstacles, monsters, horrific visions and prophecies — all visualized in an epic graphic style.
  • Hell's Brew

    by Michael Liggett

    This is not your history... ...but it is your nightmare!

    Double-crossed and kicked in the dirt, Gabriel Garcia is out for revenge. He's looking for the man who killed his brother come Hell or high water...but there ain't no water in the desert!