Writer: Ken Singshow
Illustrator: Ken Singshow
Genre: Anthropomorphic Superheros
Ever wish you could have your own Pet robot? With the loyalty of a Dog, and the Awesome Powers of of a lean mean fighting machine, and the brains of Albert Einstein? Well when it comes to Mery, Leader of the Andorozons! ehh you get at least the first two out of three.
CRUSHED: THE DOOMED KITTY ADVENTURES
Writer: Brian and Stuart Burke
Genre: Anthropomorphic Fantasy
Born under a bad sign – most likely dead end – Crushed lives up to her name, and would still do so if she had been named Burnt, Impaled, Munched, Mauled or even Gooified. While ever the talented and skilled sword-for-hire mercenary, she does seem to have a knack, or perhaps a jinx, for dying in new and interesting ways, often perishing three times before she's even finished breakfast – like her failed attempt to sneak past a sleeping dragon: “Who knew they snored fire?” Fortunately, though she has lives to burn, it's just too bad her wardrobe isn't so durable.
COCO GUN BUN
Writer: Chelsea Mitchell
Illustrator: Ron Murphy
Genre: Blaxpoitation Superheros
Our comic, Coco GunBun is unique, not just in the sense that it is a Black comic written by a black author and artist, but in the sense that it is written by a Black female artist. (Apparently a rarity in this field) Coco is a fun comedy book, written in the Blacksploitation style with its roots taken from the strong heroines introduced in that period of American film. Though Coco is a light hearted comedy, the origins of this art form are of a serious nature, and were born out of the Black Power Movement of the Sixties and Seventies.
Writer: Jason Robinson
Illustrator: Jason Robinson
Genre: Action Fantasy
In the year 2423, After Dominion Calendar… The Republic of Koltenia celebrates 20 years of peace after a costly and tragic civil war. But on the anniversary of the nation, four wild sorceresses gained possession of an ancient relic. Now, a surly basilisk, an arrogant gorgon, a nerdy succubus and a spunky dark elf are all that stand between the ambition of the “Magician's Nation” and the recapture of the legendary “Babel Star.” Whether to destroy, conquer or save a nation, they are “The Demon Mages!”
THE DEMON MAGES
Writer: Peter Menotti
Illustrator: Team Diva
Genre: Magical Girl Adventure
Diva Beelze is an average fifteen-year old girl. She likes the color pink, her first purse, and Justin Bieber. She loves cute dresses. She may not be the smartest cookie, but she certainly is the sweetest. There’s only one problem with that. Diva is a devil. You see, Diva has a small problem. A goodness problem. She has these compulsions — uncontrollable urges to just be nice. She knows there must be a twelve step program, somewhere. She wonders when her parents are going to ask, ‘have you ever tried not being good?’ Clearly, the best solution is to become a superhero.
Writer: Shawntae Howard
Illustrator: Shawntae Howard
Genre: Anthropomorphic Superheros
It was a time for celebration. The budding of young romances, the coming of age transition from child to young adult, and the promising hope of the future. Katherine Fela and Scarlet Starfox's lives could not have been more different from one another, but the appearance of alien invaders would forever intertwine their destines.
HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN
Writer: Marcus Jones
Illustrator: Marcus Jones
Meet new people… And battle them to death. Welcome to The Gun Club, filled with all types; From ultimate thrill seekers to adrenaline junkies to sociopaths, and more… All armed with weapons of unlimited firepower, recruited to play a strictly monitored underground game of survival where the price is living to play another day. Win and you move up in the rankings, lose and you die. Thats how you play the game… The Game of the Gun Club. Mary Black, a troubled teen with sharp instincts and a self-destructive streak, finds this lifestyle to be right up her alley. Her life was on a downward spiral since the day she was born. The only time see feels alive, the only time she feels happiness… Is with a warm gun.
Genre: Anthropomorphic Comedy
The world of Misty the Mouse centers around Misty the sweet, full-figured, yet practically-minded mouse gal who is surrounded by friends who are less practically-minded, which is an extreme understatement as we see the amount of weird, embarrassing, hilarious and sometimes somber situations they get themselves into.
Misty the Mouse is a slice-of-life comic which proves to be much more than just a mere slice of life.
Print & Digital: Misty the Mouse Book 1
MISTY THE MOUSE
Writer: Eric Melton
Illustrator: Sanny Folkesson
Genre: Anthropomorphic Adventure
The children of the ‘Survivor Clans’ were taught the truth of their origin. And the Cholan-Re became bogeymen, a story used to frighten their sons and daughters to keep their origin a secret. Some of the the Cholan-Re survived. These ‘Remnants’ hid themselves more deeply than the Survivor Clans. They kept watch on the descendants of those that had murdered their fathers. And now, they have begun efforts to regain the control that is their birthright. The Cholan-Re Remnants have a new tool at their disposal. They call it, “SoftMetal.”
Print: Soft Metal 1
Digital: Soft Metal 1
Writer: Gabe Lamberty
Illustrator: Gabe Lamberty & Jay Moyano
Genre: Racing Action
What drives a person to race to the death?
Enter the Speed Demonz! An underground death race syndicate transforming the streets into a war zone of custom cars and weapon wielding maniacs feuding over a million dollars cash! During these hard times, it's a prize worth fighting for. However, there are those in this contest without the desire for profit. For Shawn and Renee, they race against the Speed Demonz for something else money cannot buy...
Indy Planet Print/Digital: Speed Demonz Graphic Novel
Drive Thru Print: Speed Demonz Graphic Novel
Comixology Digital: Speed Demonz Graphic Novel
SPEED DEMONZ NIGHT
Writer: Park Cooper
Illustrator: Bryan Randall
Genre: Cyberpunk Zombie Action
Swipe is the story of Ray, a hacker who finds a one-in-a-million self-aware robot, Karina, and, well, there’s immediately some trouble between a cyborg pimp and an old friend of Karina’s, and things escalate quickly… before Ray and Karina quite know it, the whole city is one of several launch points for a nanotech invasion that turns people into zombies… corrupts machines’ programming… and eventually starts fusing the two together in very unnatural ways… all because the best show on the web has jumped the shark.
It’s cyber-zombie invasion madness, all in one graphic novel
Indy Planet Print: Swipe Graphic Novel
Drive Thru Print: Swipe Graphic Novel
Drive Thru Digital: Swipe Graphic Novel