In the year 2086 humanity faces a new threat, Extra Humans. The government is struggling to cope with the growing number of mutants, aliens and supernatural beings who are living amongst us. People are beginning to panic and so, in 2050, the Department for Extra Human Affairs was established with a remit to try and contain the problem. By 2086 the situation has escalated, so they have formed a new rapid response strike force, the Alpha Gods. Who better to police the Extra Human community than Extra Humans themselves?
When you lost your virginity, did you feel like a God? Micah did.
For a guy who is overweight, slobby, gay with very poor eyesight, a very broken nose and a name people never seem to get right, you wonder whether the Fates were on the ale when they were choosing him.
Or did the Fates choose him?
What goes on in the minds of the hottest rising talent in comics? A schoolgirl haunted by demons, vampire chicks on motorbikes and retired superheroes are just some of the things you can expect in this deluxe anthology title.
FTL was Orang Utan Comics’ flagship anthology series, running from 2009-2011. Expect the very best quick fire stories in these pages, from some of the most exciting creators working in comics today. This is the comics anthology where anything goes! Vampires! Dragons! Robots! Ninjas! Knights! Vikings! Cheerleaders! You name it, you’ll find it in the pages of FTL!
Welcome to a world where being a super hero is just another job.
A world where the rich can afford comprehensive hero protection policies that ensure that the best heroes will come to their aid in an emergency. The poor, however, have to make-do with protection from government sponsored agencies with limited resources whose staff are…shall we say…a little less heroic.
Rather than being one single, ongoing storyline, Particle Fiction features a rotating main feature; one month may be a gritty crime story in a modern realistic setting, while the next might be a science fiction story set in the far reaches of space, the one after that a whimsical all-ages fantasy.
WINNER: FAVOURITE DEBUT COMIC – COMIXOLOGY COMIXOLOGIST CHOICE AWARDS 2011!
On the maps it says “watersvale”…but no one really calls it that. That’s far too ordinary a name for a town full of freaks, monsters and superheroes!
Shrapnel is Weirdville’s newest hero. He’s on a mission to take out the city’s gangs and track down their leader, the mysterious Titania. With the help of DC Fraser Arkwright, Shrapnel will have to learn how to take on everyone from crime lords to super powered street fighters, using just his brain and a little engineering genius. However this boy hero isn’t all that he seems.
Get to know Janx Magilakuddy and the inmates of the Morten-5 Galactic Penal Colony in this ongoing webcomic by Ian Sharman and David Wynne. Spacescape updates three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.