Welcome + List of Comics
WELCOME TO COMPLETELY DIFFERENT COMICS
A new stand-alone comic short on the first of every month.
Greetings, friends, from your friendly neighborhood Searnold (that’s me.) This site is my attempt to try something, well, ‘completely different’ with the idea of webcomics. Instead of telling a continual tale, I’m going to tell a series of unrelated short stories, any of which can be read, understood, and enjoyed all on its own.
This gives me a great avenue to explore the multitude of stories that are stuck up in my noggin-brain, as well as an opportunity to collaborate with a wide variety of artists. If you’d like to know more about any of these fine artists, or see more of their work, you can click on the “Artist Bios” link above.
If you don’t want to bother remembering to return here every once-in-a-while, you can use the “Never Miss an Update” form on your right to sign up for an e-mail alert every time a new comic is posted (which will be on the first of every month.) Or you can just start reading by clicking on any of the stories below. Thanks for visiting. I’m glad to have you along for the ride.
And have a happy day.
NEW THIS MONTH:
Written By: Searnold
Art By: Searnold
For the first time ever, I did the art for one of my comics. Mostly, to demonstrate why I normally don’t. Enjoy this classic fantasy story about a doomed world and a little girl who refuses to accept her fate.
NEW LAST MONTH:
We tell ourselves all kinds of things when trying to kick a bad habit. But some things are easier to quit than others.
NEW NO LONGER:
Behind the Hero is back! And Joshua is making a commercial to let everybody know. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, check out my other webcomic at www.BehindTheHero.com
Dawn Kaplan has dreamed of her perfect prom since she was five years old. She’s had the entire evening planned since she was ten. So how will she react when things start to go wrong?
Trish & Amber are detectives in a post-apocalyptic San Francisco. After an elderly woman hires them to find her missing dog, they find that retrieving him alive may be more trouble than it’s worth.
OJ can mean a lot more than orange juice. To start with, there’s Odin’s Jaw, Origami Jacket, Opulent Jetpack, Ornithoptic Jeeps, and Ominous Jungle. Join artist CGhirardo and I as we try to come up with 50!
Sometimes, the things we love are killing us.
On January 22nd, 2016, 3 inmates escaped from the Santa Ana Prison in Orange County, California and took an elderly cab driver hostage at gunpoint. Based on an incredible true story.
Some decisions are easy. Many are… less easy. Delve deep inside Martin’s thought process as he debates one of the quintessential choices of modern man.
Mysterious assassins are hunting Klara and her family. But who are they? And how far is she willing to go to stop them?
John is a pretty regular guy living in a big city. For some reason, he’s become convinced that someone is stalking him. But just because he’s paranoid, doesn’t mean he’s wrong.
Comic book conventions can be difficult. But they can also be rewarding. Semi-based on my actual life, this mini-comic about mini-comics is the first story I ever self-published (way back in 2008), reproduced for you here in beautiful black-and-white 72dpi.
NEW NEXT MONTH:
10 different artists explore what might happen if your brakes go out on the freeway.