My comics are all superhero. It's my favorite genre (followed by fantasy, and then sci-fi). My comics:
Almighty Protectors - my main series, about a team of superheroes who have adventures both in their home universe and into others. Features characters I've been developing from as far back as 4th grade. Features LGBT characters (well, all of them do, but still...).
Karabear Comics Presents - an anthology series in my main superhero universe. The above Protectors actually debuted in this comic's issue 1 (and their series follows immediately afterwards). This series follows various characters in the universe, and not all of them heroes.
Black Wraith - a dark avenger of the night, who fights for justice in a city in which most of the police are corrupt.
Wonder Super - a comedic series about a man who has all the powers of Superman but with the knowledge that he's in a comic.
Elemental Four - a reality show surrounding four siblings with elemental powers. While the producers will try anything, no matter whether or not it's legal, to assure viewers, the Four themselves try to keep their secrets from being exposed to the ever-present cameras.
Defenders of America - gathered together to face the threats that none of them can fight alone, this is a team consisting of Wonder Super, Black Wraith, Poltergeist (Black Wraith's partner), American Cowboy, Bolt, Sucrosa, Bear Man, and Whallop (the last five debuted in Karabear Comics Presents).
I should note: Almighty Protectors is what I put priority onto, and currently then put the focus on Karabear Comics Presents, with the others being an "if I can get to them" situation, with me wanting to get to having others be the creative drive between them with me acting as an editor, but that's not likely, due to extremely limited finances (I'm pretty much breaking my budget to get artists on Fiverr to draw some of the Almighty Protectors pages--and there's a reason an amount of issues of my comics are drawn by multiple people; it's not by choice). Just so one knows going in that some series (and I'd think especially Elemental Four, the series I'm least attached to) could be quite a wait before the next issue comes out (and definitely not on the original schedule I'd wanted--KCP and Almighty Protectors were supposed to be weekly and not monthly, so yeah, things are meeting the harshness of reality after I was over-ambitious in planning, even with me knowing I was over-ambitious).