Three about dragons, each quite different.
First, Catharsis, in which a children's book author deals with the problems of having a pet dragon that most people mistake for a dog, as well as—guest?—appearances by her inner child. Sometimes ghastly drawing, jokes ranging from less than pointless to sharp-edged clever. Promising, but not yet there. If this lasts, these pages will probably be redrawn.
Second, the bilingual—English or French—Dragon Mango, about the well-loved but ill-educated daughter of a dragon-slayer and a human. The product of teamwork, this one is strong in both drawing and plot, although just how strong does not start to become apparent until about, say, page twenty. That's quite a ride...
And third, Skunk and Dragon, in which a thief and a dragon adventure in CGI 3-D. Yes, you do need the blue and red glasses, but they tell you where to get them. Very much like the gaming scenarios which probably inspired it and it's not quite clear yet whether the plot is going to take off. But the effect is spec-tacular, even if the spelling and punctuation are unusual.