Listing Tag: drama

Fauna Fairest: Issue #02

“There’s so much I want to show you, Fauna… If only I knew where to begin…”

Fauna Fairest: Issue #01

“You should really learn to be more careful… Little Fauna.”

Long Division, Part 5

The last issue of Long Division: a story about a young, bipolar mathematician trying to pick up the pieces of her life after a traumatic identity crisis. Specs: 32 pages, black and white interior, color cover, stapled saddle-stitched

Chinatown Bus

Have you ever had to make a choice between being good and being happy? Lyn’s long distance relationship with his New York girlfriend is falling apart. Is it coincidence or fate that when she dumps him with a text message while he is on the bus to visit her, his dream girl is sitting right More Info »

Doki Doki High #3

School’s back in session, and the kids are having the time of their lives. Sports tournaments, crushes and magically animated parade floats, everything you expect from your typical high school experience. Over 70 pages of fun hijinks will put you right into the lives of the teens at Doki Doki High.

Dee’s Dream #2: Solar Return

This is the second issue of the comedy-drama comic series Dee’s Dream, which follows the adventures of the amateur post-punk alternative band by the same name. In this issue, Maury, the band’s drummer, has a big birthday coming. Will the gang make sure it will be one to remember? 20 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, More Info »

The Saga of Metalbeard

A young space viking prince loses his beard in a tragic soup accident. Changing his life forever. This is his saga.

Requiem Sonata: 1-2

After a bizarre performance, famous classical pianist Zhi is found dead at the bottom of a bay. As her friend and fan, Detective Simone Durant begins to look into Zhi’s death, she finds that she didn’t really know much about this mysterious woman.

Cénit

In Vol. 1: The Setting Sun. Colette, an inquisitive and stubborn child, lives quietly with her aunt and uncle in their country home. She passes the time reading history and philosophy. Colette’s parents haven’t visited her since she was very little, and she feels abandoned. Her resentment for her parents, especially her mother, creates tension More Info »