Wednesday Arktoons

ALT★HERO Episode 25: By Any Means Necessary

SAVAGE MEMES Episode 29: Aliens

SHOTGUN SAMURAI Episode 1: The Shotgun Samurai

SOMETHING BIG Episode 14: Into the Gork Lair

THE HAMMER OF FREEDOM Episode 26: Drone Strike

One day after enjoying a new traffic record Tuesday on Arktoons, Arkhaven Comics is very pleased to introduce the second true independent comic to make its Arktoons debut, SHOTGUN SAMURAI by Donkey Madness. Independent comics who are interested in joining the Arktoons platform should email submissions-at-arkhaven-dot-com in order to receive instructions on how to create a series, upload the episode images, and manage the metadata, which can now be done without assistance from the Arktoons production team.

Bounding Into Comics has put out a rather comprehensive article on the five new Arktoons series that have launched this week.

My Sister Suprema is a new, original title from Chuck Dixon and artist Anthony Gonzales-Clark. The comic’s official description states, “Randy wants nothing more in life than to be a superhero. But when his scientific experiments intended to turn himself into a costumed crusader accidentally transform his sister into one instead, he finds that he has somehow become a sidekick.”

Dixon provided more details in a YouTube video.

He explained, “It’s very much a superhero parody. It’s a sibling rivalry comedy. Thanks to Anthony’s terrific manga influence art, he really puts this over top. It’s a fast-paced, family friendly, funny story about a kid who loves comic books. But what he really wants to do is just not read about superheroes, he wants to be one. And he finds a mysterious website that gives him the formulation to turn himself into a superhero.’ He added, “Unfortunately, things don’t go the way he plans, and his sister, his big sister, Cecilia, is the one who ends up with super powers.”

5 New Titles Arrive On Arktoons Including A Brand New Series From Chuck Dixon, Bounding Into Comics

A LOT more new content is coming this autumn, so if you haven’t subscribed yet, I hope you’ll support the platform by doing so.



Tuesday Arktoons

BEN GARRISON Episode 24: The Summer of Our Discontent

CHUCK DIXON’S AVALON Episode 24: She Didn’t Shoot Me

STONETOSS Episode 25 Cutting Edge

MIDNIGHT’S WAR Episode 21: Aftermath

CHATEAU GRIEF Episode 1: Consomme Interrupted

We’re very pleased to introduce CHATEAU GRIEF, which marks the first independent comic to join the platform since we added the ability for creators to create their own series and upload their own episodes. This is a significant step forward for Arktoons, as we anticipate the amount of content available there to increase steadily over time.


Arkhaven Comics is pleased to introduce the new arrangement of the front page of Arktoons. Since so much new content is already on the way, the comics will henceforth be displayed by episode rather than by series, making it MUCH easier to find and read the latest episodes as they are published. Starting with RADIO BOY and REBEL DEAD REVENGE, Arkhaven is adding five new series this week, including one from The Legend Chuck Dixon, and after a brief hiatus, MIDNIGHT’S WAR is returning this afternoon. It will henceforth run on Tuesdays.



DC has officially declared Superman is not a straight white man:

DC Comics’ Superman is now bisexual, and a forthcoming issue features a romantic encounter between the Man of Steel and a male reporter. The superhero’s woke makeover has caused some controversy, to say the least.
Jon Kent, son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, is a thoroughly modern superhero. He fights climate change and school shootings, and uses his superpowers to stop the deportation of illegal immigrants. Now, in the latest issue of ‘Superman: Son of Kal-El’, he comes out as bisexual, with the comic’s pages depicting a kiss between the Man of Steel and Jay Nakamura, a reporter.

“Superman’s symbol has always stood for hope, for truth, and for justice,” writer Tom Taylor said in a statement on Monday. “Today, that symbol represents something more. Today, more people can see themselves in the most powerful superhero in comics.”

Created back in 1938, Superman was always the quintessential American hero: Strong, masculine, and fighting for “truth, justice, and the American way.” However, DC Comics amended this catchphrase in July when Jon Kent’s story began in the first issue of ‘Superman: Son of Kal-El’, swapping his father’s original patriotic declaration for “Truth, justice, and a better world.”

However, Marvel Editor-in-Chief is, despite yellowfacing as “Akira Yoshida”, which has unsurprisingly offended the social justice warriors who recently cancelled former Marvel illustrator Joe Bennett.

Steven S. DeKnight, the Spartacus creator and Daredevil Season 2 showrunner who recently began to dip into the realm of comic book writing with a series of short Marvel stories surrounding some of the company’s more street level heroes, has announced that he will no longer work with the comic book publisher after discovering that C.B. Cebulski was promoted to and kept on at his current role as EIC despite having a documented history of falsely presenting himself as an Asian comic creator.

Basing the pseudonym off of his then-current residence in Japan and his ability to speak Japanese, Cebulski would go on to write a number of ‘Japanese-themed’ titles for Marvel, including Elektra: The Hand and Wolverine: Soultaker, which leaned heavily on Japanese imagery and self-purported by ‘Yoshida’ to be influenced by his own Japanese identity.

I wonder what the SJWs are going to do when they find out about all the men in the comics industry who pretend they are women?

And in not-entirely-unrelated news, Arkhaven Comics has released its new interface for Arktoons, making it easier to navigate and find recently-released episodes.


Monday Arktoons

ECONCOMICS Episode 16: The State of Macro

REBEL DEAD REVENGE Episodes 1 and 2: Give Them Your Steel

CHUCK DIXON PRESENTS: WAR Atomic War 8: The Final Countdown

SAVAGE MEMES Episode 28: Secularism

Today marks the launch of Gary Kwapisz’s epic Civil War zombie series, REBEL DEAD REVENGE. It’s a very dark Christian historical fantasy and you definitely won’t see anything like it anywhere else.


Wednesday Arktoons

ALT★HERO Episode 24: Public Relations War

SOMETHING BIG Episode 13: The Theory

SAVAGE MEMES Episode 26: Space

THE HAMMER OF FREEDOM Episode 25: Taking Care of Business

UPDATE: We’re making some significant structural changes to the site today, so don’t panic if it goes down for a while or if you observe anomalies. We’ll let you know when it normal operations resume.

UPDATE: Everything should be operating normally now.

ALT★HERO Episode 24

Tuesday Arktoons

SWAN KNIGHT’S SAGA Episode 21: Destiny Lost

FLYING SPARKS Episode 23: Rooftop Encounter

BEN GARRISON Episode 23: The Scapegoat

THE AWAKENER Episode 20: Not Like the Others

CHUCK DIXON’S AVALON Episode 23: Convincing Vardanyan

STONETOSS Episode 23: Walking Papers

We’re hitting some bumps along the development road as we make some significant new changes to the site, so please bear with us. That’s why we’re putting out six episodes today, two of which normally would have run yesterday. Please also note that this marks the last SWAN KNIGHT’S SAGA episode for a while, as we’re now working on Issues 5 and 6.

But it will return, and in the meantime, we’ll be launching MY SISTER SUPREMA, REBEL DEAD REVENGE, and a number of independent comics. Also, if an episode doesn’t appear when you click on it from the series page, just reload and it will. We’re working on fixing that.