#ComicsGate – The Black List (List of Works by ComicsGate)

A list of comics being created by #ComicsGate artists. (The list is likely incomplete.)




Jawbreakers – Lost Souls

Project Owner: Richard C. Meyer

A team of ex-superheroes attempt to save a “monster” from a vicious warlord who wants to exploit it!




Cyberfrog – Blood Honey

Project Owner: Ethan Van Sciver

The return of CYBERFROG, awakened into a world seized by a swarm of murderous alien hornets.




Iron Sights

Project Owner: Richard C. Meyer

Iraq War veteran inadvertently starts a border war when he rescues a beautiful woman from a cartel!




Trump’s Space Force

Project Owner: Timothy Lim

President Trump launches the Space Force to confront an ancient enemy and Make Space Great Again!




Jungle Comics by Chuck Dixon and Kelsey Shannon

Project Owner: Ben Dunn

Reviving a classic genre from the Golden Age of Comics. Where Men were men and women were HOT!




Ravage – Kill All Men

Project Owner: Cautionary Comics

Two Army Veterans crash in a mystical jungle populated by a lost tribe of TOXIC Women that hunt MEN!




Graveyard Shift

Project Owner: Jon Malin

Murdered scientists, put into their own experiments are reborn as the super powered GRAVEYARD SHIFT!




Brutas the Badass

Project Owner: Donal DeLay

Brutas The Badass is an epic space action comedy by Donal Delay and Nasser Rabadi




Brand by Antonio Brice and Caanan White

Project Owner: Antonio Brice

Brand is a love story set on the battleground of the war between Heaven and Hell



The Ember War

Project Owner: Jon Del Arroz

The comic book adaptation of Richard Fox’s bestselling Military Science Fiction epic!


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2 thoughts on “#ComicsGate – The Black List (List of Works by ComicsGate)

  1. Kind of an ironic list, given that most of those creators have now frozen out Jon Del Arroz due to his association with Vox Day. While I’m no fan of Vox Day, I actually do hope Day’s publishing house and affiliated projects do well. It is too bad some sort of accommodation couldn’t have been made.

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    • I know. I personally try not to discriminate based on the creator’s thoughts. It’s supposed to be about separating the art from the artist. If Vox Day produces good work, then it’s still good work.


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