Welcome to the Dozerfleet Database, the official project log and character directory for Dozerfleet Productions and all its divisions. In addition to the Dozerfleet Comics Megaverse and all its associated properties, this wiki will catalog a select number of works and artists of a similar nature that have agreed to be promoted here.
(This section is incomplete or pending.)
(This section is incomplete or pending.)
A wannabe heroine's coming of age in a world struggling between order and freedom.
Blood Over Water (2013 -)
Read up on development of this dark novel adaptation of the 2009 miniseries.
Emily and the Jens (2014)
Read up on the short story that inspired Camelorum Adventures.
The high school-written sensation that helped launch Dozerfleet into a brand.
Blood Over Water
The miniseries was dark; but there wasn't time to explore just how twisted and rotten things could get during that fateful fall in 2009. This novel remake in development seeks to correct that - while also integrating the continuity into the greater Cataclysmic Gerosha universe's timeline.
Adam-00's graphic novel is now available to read in full on DeviantArt or ComicFury. US print release pending, once an additional publisher can be found.
Xira just wanted to put her powers to good use. She had no idea that simply refusing to be a puppet for a handful of bad men seeking to overthrow the government from within would land her in a long series of convoluted prison-related plots; which would force her to make a decision that could endanger all government structure around the world! And to replace it with what? This coming-of-age story set in a dystopian future Hungary is a must for fans of superhero fiction, as it shows that simply having powers and wanting to be good is not enough to make you so!
Volkonir: Rise of Semaphry
Prince Volkonir was trapped in an enchanted toy for 400 years, but has since been freed from the spell for 8 years. However, the evil King Gwirmalesh has stepped up his game - and now has friends in Washington seeking to give the Gwirdons the power to conquer Earth. Worse, a cruel conspiracy has framed the prince's friends - and made them America's most wanted! With the FBI hot on their tail, Team Volkonir must save the day with the help of some new friends - and powers.
But will the prince's fiancee, Kayla Tarington, be able to master the Crystal Swan Cortascian Knight powers of Silnya Semaphry in time to save everyone - and confront the haunts of her dark and tragic past that have returned? Or will Volkonir have to fight this battle against the evil forces of the Gwirdons alone - and finally meet his match in the monster Diabloq? This work-in-progress novel documents the struggle of one prince to finish the job and do the right thing, as his future princess faces a similar struggle; in a world that combines the tokusatsu and paranoid thriller genres into an epic blast!
Ciem: Vigilante Centipede (2010)
This take on Ciem mythos sought to reinvent the character in a setting even darker than that of her Classic Gerosha comic form, and to take the same basic premise and turn it into a novel that could be sold in stores.
This was as a response to the fact that the original webcomic was made inside a video game, and therefore could not be made for profit. Ciem mythos was reinvented yet again as Cataclysmic Gerosha in 2012, in reaction to the elections of that year and also to streamline and integrate characters and their interactions better. As such, the world of this novel was made defunct, cancelling it and its planned sequels.
90 Has No Secant (2002)
Also done away with as part of continuity streaming for Cataclysmic Gerosha, this book was part one of what would have been The Meshalutian Trilogy. It attempted to capture the vibe of early-2000s J-horror, as a family trapped in their home during a supernatural hurricane has to use their wits to survive - even as home invaders plot additional malice for the family!
(a.k.a. The Culinary Ones) This silly graphic novel epic would have revolved around a team of chefs sent on a mission to cook aliens that rain from the sky - before they become a threat. Adam-00 proposed the novel over a dare in a message board, over who could come up with the silliest possible premise for a graphic novel. Alas, the concept of Cagegirl evolved from and overshadowed Kulináriusz, ensuring it would (probably) never get released. The early evolution of Kulináriusz into Cagegirl can be seen at this exclusive link.
The Tale of Emily Barnes and the Two Jens (2013)
It began when Prodigal-Gamer had a dream one evening about his wife being in a car accident. Most such dreams would disturb someone; but he found the world of that dream intriguing enough to keep exploring it long after waking up, and seeking to find meaning in it. Based on real-life events and experiences he'd heard of in his area, he crafted a world that would later become the basis of the comedic adaptation Camelorum Adventures.
View the original 2009 Classic Gerosha version of Blood Over Water, while the novel adaptation retooled for Cataclysmic Gerosha continuity remains a work in progress. Comes with a blooper reel. And a teaser trailer ad for the novel (regular and in 3D.)
This division is currently in archive mode, until new video material can be produced.
- Ciem (2007)
- Q-Basic Gorillas
- Camelorum Adventures
- Defenders of Stick-Man Village
- When Bikes Argue
- Gored By Them Things
- Camelorum Adventures
- Grillitan Diner
- Ciem: Inferno
- Stationery Voyagers
- The Trapezoid Kids
- How Screwed Are They, Really?
- Blood Over Water
- Mackley's Wardrobe
- Dozerfleet Records
- Every Ape and His Brother
- Burning Death Machine
The Gigaverse refers to all universes that have perchance within Dozerfleet to interact with one another, on this wiki or directly in their continuities. It contains the Dozerfleet Megaverse, as well as the other artists' universes. Each universe should eventually be assigned a color flag to identify infoboxes and other fields as belonging to one or another universe. The Megaverse includes the Gerosha Multiverse, Dromedeverse, and more.
| █ = Gerosha universe
█ = Dromedeverse
|█ = Voyagerverse||█ = Gorillaverse|| █ = Volkonir universe
█ = No universe color assignment
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Note: Adam-00 runs the Cagegirl graphic novel and all tie-ins. Prodigal-Gamer is behind The Tale of Emily Barnes and the Two Jens and one of two creators behind Camelorum Adventures, which is an adaptation of the Emily and Jen saga that puts it in the same world as Grillitan Diner and The Trapezoid Kids Movie.
- Wiki on Wikia created: 2011
- One of the most prolific independent comics brand wikis
- 1,441 content articles to date
- 30+ identified superheroes with pages, unique to Dozerfleet
- 44 classic video projects logged and documented pertaining to Dozerfleet Studios.
- 31 unique projects documented pertaining to the 2010 history of SWOCC Studios.
- 51 unique video projects documented regarding Dozerfleet history at Ferris State University.
- Xira is the most popular heroine so far, beating out Lemon Witch, Semaphore, Ciem, Suncore, and Cherinob.
- In spite being under a spell that makes him look like a gorilla, women seem to prefer Col. Flix over Volkonir and Chris Kennal.
- Most are convinced if the Bison attacked them, he'd burn their souls rather than swallow them, hoof and gore them, or possess them.
- The Bison is by far the most feared villain in Dozerfleet so far. Nobody fears Gwirmalesh or his monsters (yet.) Tobey the Toilet Monster and Musaran each got only one vote. The Bison got 4.