In a world where the rising fad
known as "webcomics" is overtaking the internet, there are
many poised to profit from this trend as they draw
ridiculous, uninspired dreck to appeal to the masses starved
for free entertainment. The chief offenders are those who
have given birth to a new subgenre known as webmanga;
webcomics that attempt to emulate the artistic style of
Japanese manga. Such comics have become a staple of online
otaku culture, many of which have acquired legions of
adoring fans, while some have even achieved commercial
success by being published in a printed format and sold
right alongside the authentic manga at your local bookstore.
As webcomic creators across cyberspace continue to ascend to
new levels of power and fame, their climb toward the heights
of celebrity is closely monitored by dedicated individuals
determined to restore balance to the internet. Unafraid of
the swift retribution that will surly come from the webcomic
community, these advocates of truth have pledged to take an
upfront, no-nonsense look at the biggest of the big-shot
webmangas currently populating the world wide web and decide
for themselves whether or not their massive popularity is
truly deserved. With a passion for brutal honesty and a
trained knowledge of what separates true art from the
derivative bullshit, some of the most well-known webcomic
authors from across the world are about to encounter the
toughest critics of their careers.
Some will call it malicious slander, while others will hail it
justice. Whatever your opinion, one thing
is for sure... Now is the dawn of a new era in online
And thus begins the epic saga... of Comic Release.
Part I: "Twokinds"
Part II: "Earthsong"
Part III: "Protectors of Unicorn Forest"
Part IV: "9th Elsewhere"
Part V: "Megatokyo"
Part VI: "Yami No Tainai"
Part VII: "Grim Tales From Down Below"
Part VIII: "Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi"
Part IX: "Sugar Bits"
Part X: "Collar 6"
Part XI: "Misfile"
Part XII: "United States Angels
Part XIII: "Spinnerette"
Part XIV: "Pastel Defender Heliotrope"