Webcomic profile: Datachasers
"Humanity's a lot more than what you're made out of..."
Last update: 4 days ago, 4:00 AM
Graphic Violence / Gore Frequent Frontal Nudity Strong Sexual Themes Frequent Strong Language
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Data Chasers is set in the distant future, in a world still recovering from an apocalypse. In it, humans and androids live side-by-side and face the hazards of their dangerous environment. Though set far into our future, it reflects our past and our present, dealing with the politics and cultures of different people, along with touching on the very fundamentals of humanity. ( Updates Monday Wednesday Friday )
( Description by Ranger_Brian_New! )


CGI Artist and Old school RPG-er enjoys making art and telling storys ( creator/Artist For Datachasers and LunaStar )
Tokyo Rose
Tokyo Rose
I am the co-creator of DataChasers and Luna Star. Also, according to my creative partner and the entirety of the rational universe, I am a spikey ball of hate.

Most recent comments left on Datachasers

Poor guy, foreskin worn off right to the shoulders...helluva way to go
The rest of the away team tried to save him, but he fought them off three times...
I think I can answer the question about the intergalactic invasion fleet.

The have seen the show, and they have decided that we are just way too stupid for this galaxy and our idiocy is somehow infectious, and the rest of the galaxy is at risk. They are on their way to do pest control!

Of course, when they first assembled their fleet first and headed in our direction, it was because the airwave transmissions for the first "Three's Company" sitcom finally reached their space, but it looks like almost everything we've produced since then just confirms their belief that they are doing the right thing.
Unfortunate death huh......also why do I suspect something will be in that pool and attack miss pauline?
set course for the planet Inibri 8
Always layer your defences.... ;)

hopefully, this isn't too big of an image, if so http://startrek.swiftbow.com/13.html