Bad Machinery, by John Allison, tells the stories of six young sleuths - three boys and three girls - attending Griswalds Grammar School in Keane End, Tackleford.
An inventive web comic with colourful illustrations and witty dialogue that MTV favourite Daria would be proud of.
Tom Gauld is a hero of sorts among the illustrator and comic-loving crowd.
Based in London, not only does he draw a regular cartoon for the Guardian newspaper, he's also created a number of comic books.
Updated every Wednesday, the duo have been painstakingly developing the story and stunning visuals for over a year.
It is yet to be revealed when the comic will conclude, but there are already plans to release a graphic novel with none other than Image, when it finally finds its ending.
Created by Rich Burlew, the artist brings the stick figure into the modern age.
Absurd by nature and often thoroughly surreal, Achewood's simple artwork belies its complex storylines and often glorious use of the English language.
After being banned from the ceremony that would make him an adult, he stumbles upon a legendary weapon and must flee across a dangerous land of gods, men and beasts to prevent it falling into the wrong hands.
The story was picked up by Darkhorse comics and has been compiled into graphic novels Bird Boy Volume 1: The Sword of Mali Mani and Bird Boy Volume 2: The Liminal Wood.
Although You're All Just Jealous of My Jetpack is indeed, a printed publication, you can sample its delights on his Tumblr.
Gemma Correll describes herself as a cartoonist, writer, illustrator and all-round small person.