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MIA

Benjamin Misky is the cartoonist who creates MIA. MIA is an anthropomorphic (animals that are attributed human-like qualities), serial strip that follows the lives of a cat named Sam and an alien named Hillary. The cats of the world are secretly intelligent and they covertly control the world from their city in the center of the earth. Sam, being a cat, has all of their advantages, but because he is a mutant of their kind (being born with five fingers) he finds that he is not accepted in cat society. Since he is an intelligent, talking cat, he is not accepted in human society either. So Sam makes a life for himself on the fringes of both societies. His superior sends Hillary, a semi-bumbling alien, on a mission, which is secretly a deathtrap. If not for being damaged from a flying too close to a war-zone, Hillary would have driven straight into a black hole. Now Hillary is trying to fix his ship so he can complete his "grand mission".
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Mice Templar
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Mythos

Chris Boyer is the cartoonist that creates Mythos The Demon Hunters. Mythos The Demon Hunters is a serial strip that follows the lives of two friends named Christian Gabriel and Jerry Dole. Christian and Jerry get dragged suddenly into the world of demons and hunting them when a demon forms from an arcade game and attacks them. They find out from a hunter named Bob Whorehut, Jerry is destined to be a great demon hunter. While Jerry and Bob argue, a mysterious floating sword fascinates Christian. Christian touches it and has to pass a test to see if he is worthy of being a demon hunter and wielding the sword. He passes and then is immediately tossed into a never-ending battle with unspeakable horrors.
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No Outlet

Adam Greengard is the cartoonist who creates the comic No Outlet. No Outlet is an anthropomorphic (animals that are attributed human-like qualities), serial/gag-a-day strip that follows the lives of two college students: a gray wolf named Grover and a coyote named Rex. Grover is paranoid and loves Indie Rock while Rex is almost his opposite, being very antisocial and outspoken about his beliefs to take over the world. No Outlet uses intellectual humor to cover topics from Saturday morning cartoons, to taking over the world, to friendship.
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Nova Next Exit

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Orgymania

Kunislayer Shujo aka Joshua Lesnick is the cartoonist that creates Orgymania. Orgymania is a weekly adult serial strip that was created so Joshua could have more freedom with his Wendy characters and draw them having sex. Orgymania's basic plot is that there is a planet that emits a certain gas from cracks in the ground that initiate a human's basic need to procreate. Orgymania is quite explicit in its depictions of its characters having sex, and should only be read by people over eighteen years of age. Parental Discretion is definitely advised.

Orville

Albert C. Pena and Richard Tackett are the creators of Orville. Orville is an anthropomorphic (animals who take on human-like qualities) strip in the gag-a-day format (having no ongoing storyline, but keeping the same characters for the strip) that follows the life of a squirrel named Orville Wright. Orville is a brown squirrel who wears aviators goggles and a scarf most of the time, all the while dreaming of the chance to fly. Orville lives at Hodges Pond, and he wants to fly so badly that he even tries hanging on to a woodpecker named Archie in the hopes of being able to fly, but alas, he seems to be destined to stay earthbound. A raccoon named Roy is Orville's best friend. Roy is out for himself, but has found a good friend with Orville, since both were abandoned at an early age. Roy has learned to survive on his wits, and tends to take advantage of other people's good nature. Orville and Roy deal with minor inconveniences ranging from: a duck named Rudy who tries to mimic Roy's opportunistic behavior so well that at times he surpasses even Roy, to Orville's repeated attempts at flying, to even aliens studying Hodges Pond and the animals who live there.
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Paranoid Joe

Michael Ewing and Laura Piper are the cartoonists that create Paranoid Joe. Paranoid Joe is a serial strip that follows the life of a very paranoid man named, of course, Joe. Joe gets stressed out over many, many things, believing that even the most innocuous question seems like the start of an interrogation, and that person is the part of some big conspiracy against him. Basically, as said before, he is very paranoid. Joe works to try and defeat his paranoia, since he can't live with the stress it causes, so he goes to see a psychiatrist. His psychiatrist isn't really much of a help and even ends up moving in and freeloading off of him, but Joe can't say no since the psychiatrist can manipulate him. Some of the more amusing things that Joe is paranoid of ranges from: talking babies, to someone sitting on his bench, to even birds singling him out.
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Pffft!

Jennifer Fox, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Elisabeth Ward are the cartoonists who create Pffft!. Pffft! is a serial strip that follows the lives of three average female gamers. They start out as average, but once a giant ship's computer is programmed to pick the best three heroes to save the world and ends up with three female gamers, their lives turn upside-down. Infinitum is the computer's programmer and system operator. Unfortunately, for the computer, Infinitum decided to program the qualities he liked in a woman, and the computer picked out the three likeliest of candidates. Since the computer cannot change it's programming, it has to go with the choice that Infinitum forced it to take. Now, these average female gamers have become anything other than average, with the introduction of nano-technology into their bloodstream.
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Repeat As Necessary

David Hall and Ben Kenner are the cartoonists who create Repeat As Necessary. Repeat As Necessary is an anthropomorphic (animals that are attributed human-like qualities), serial strip that follows the lives of two high school friends, a raccoon named Phredt and a wolf named Aldwyn. Living in the massive empire of Japan, Phredt starts out having numerous problems with the principle, a hog named Mr. C. Having to fend off the pressures of high school, dating, and the machinations of Mr. C, Phredt and Aldwyn receive packages from their future selves. Having received magical artifacts, they are suddenly thrown around from parallel world to parallel world, having to deal with the problems that they encounter on each of the new worlds.

Residence Life

Dana Kelly is the cartoonist who creates Residence Life. Residence Life is a serial strip that follows the life of a college student named Dave. Dave is a pretty laid back kind of guy, and is studying to be a graphic artist/web designer. Dave moves away from home and into the college dorms, where he first meets his new roommate, Percy Skeetman the 3rd. Percy or Skeet as he likes to be called, is even more laid back than Dave is. He enjoys skateboarding and pulling pranks on the RA, but is a good-spirited kind of guy, despite what the RA might say. Dave and Skeet have a constant battle of wits with their nemesis, Charles, the RA who is a tight-laced kind of guy. Charles feels he is doing his job, but constantly gets on Dave and Skeet for their underage drinking, constant pranks, wild parties, and yet can easily get into the party spirit once a few drinks are in him. Dave met and hooked up with an art major named Michelle, and the two of them have been pretty inseparable since, despite the fact that she is Charles's sister. Recently Dave and Skeet have adopted a beer-loving squirrel aptly named, Beer. Beer acts as their unofficial mascot, compatriot, and co-conspirator.
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Room For One More

Brittany Greatbear is the cartoonist who creates Room For One More. Room For One More is an anthropomorphic (animals who take on human-like qualities), serial strip that follows the life of an anteater named Fnaire. Fnaire is a cartoonist who moved from her home in South Africa, to the United States, in order to go to college. Fnaire found a house with a vacancy for a roommate, and now she lives with her two friends and roommates, a opossum named Fyre, and a skunk named Aroma. Fyre used to be a monster, making a living by scare kids and poachers, until she inherited billions of dollars with the death of her uncle. Fyre bought the house they are all living in, but found that she was lonely, so she sought out roommates and started her own baby-sitting service. Aroma is a master of interior decorating, it seems that she is so good at decorating that she can warp reality, in addition to expertly decorating to the exact tastes of her clients. Aroma also loves to cook, but is incredibly bad at it, numerous showers were installed around the house due to her strange knack for catching her fur on fire.
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Rusty Shrapnel

Christina Znidarsic is the cartoonist who creates Rusty Shrapnel. Rusty Shrapnel is a serial strip that follows the life of a character based on herself and her friends. Christina lives in the dorms with Stephanie at the college of William and Mary. Christina and Stephanie spend time focusing on topics ranging from boys, to video games, to even exams. Only recently have they had a problem with Nintendo secretly making a robot version of their friend Pisto, fortunately with the help of R.O.B. (the Robot Operating Buddy from the original nintendo system) they defeated the robot Pisto, but who knows what is next.
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Schwerve

Scott Thigpen is the cartoonist who created Schwerve. Schweve was a gag-a-day/serial strip that followed the lives of Hershel and Sissy. Schwerve was originally called Demise Comics which is the name of Scott's comic company that has all of his comics under his own control. Schwerve delt with topics ranging from all of Scott's observations about people around him to computer gaming. Schwerve was done in all flash animation, and was finally ended due to the fact that Scott had a new comic that he ended up wanting to do. At the moment, it is only archives, but Scott has mentioned that he might revive the series for a day and do nursery rhymes with Hershel.
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Sporkman

John Troutman is the cartoonist behind The Sporkman Chronicles. The Sporkman Chronicles is a daily serial strip that follows the life of Sporkman, a superhero who looks just like a spork. Sporkman has to deal with all sorts of unique villains in his fight against crime, like: Guannoman, or The Spammer. He has to deal with time travel, learning about his own past, and traveling to other dimensions. All of that, plus he has to deal with his relationship with a former Santa Claus Elf!

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Sprecken

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Thieves of Thalegor

Kevin Wadlow is the cartoonist who creates Thieves of Thalegor. Thieves of Thalegor is an anthropomorphic (animals who take on human-like qualities), serial strip that follows two feline adventurers. The first of the duo, Colby, is a fighter extraordinaire. Colby believes in the tried and true rule of dungeoneering: “Always stab first and if you don’t kill it in the first swing, stab, stab again”. His plans usually involve a frontal assault, so he can get as much hacking time as possible. Jack, the second of the duo, is a wizard who was trained under the great archlizard Xutan the Irrefutable. Jack is the perfect match for Colby, as their differences play off against each other well. While Colby is the brawn, Jack brings his mental prowess to the team. Of course, Jack is as eager to lob spells to kill his enemies as Colby can be with his sword, he doesn’t have the physical prowess that Colby has. This means that Jack prefers to be secretive about things in order to gain wealth and glory, but things never really turn out much as planned. Be it poor long-term planning or Colby’s perchance at giving away vital information, the duo ends up having to fight it out a lot of the time. With their mutual homicidal streaks, this doesn’t seem to deter them much from their overall goal of getting whatever they want by any means available.
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Undoubtedly Kawaii

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Weak-End Warriors

Barry T. Smith is the cartoonist who creates Weak-End Warriors. Weak-End Warriors is a weekly gag-a-day strip that follows the lives of some avid paintballers. The regular paintballers are as follows: Roland, the field owner; Wraith, a local player who's skills are unmatched; Weezer, a lazy nephew of Roland who tends the fields; Gil, a local player who has the master of disguise; and Master, a older man from a local nursing home who plays paintball to feel young again.

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What's Wrong With You?

Scott Thigpen is the cartoonist who creates What's Wrong With You?. What's Wrong With You? is a strip in the gag-a-day format (having no ongoing storyline, but keeping the same characters for the strip), that follows the life of a hardware store's technical specialist/retail clerk. While in the confines of his job, he finds that the idiots that come into the store and his employer are slowly suffocating him. He secretly dreams of a day when he can walk away from his current life to that of a successful artist, so he doesn't have to endure a day job to support his family and push his art back to being more like a hobby than a career. He stands apart from most of the people around him (due to having problems relating to them, and how they generally get on his nerves) and spends most of his time making pointed observations and living up to the expectations that other people place upon him.
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Wide Awake
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