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    • CommentAuthorVaxnyi
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2011
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    Just finished reading through Freakangels and thought it was amazing. I've been getting into webcomics a lot recently though and I was wondering if anyone had some good ones to recommend that are, if possible ;), on par with Freakangels.
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      CommentAuthorBeamish
    • CommentTimeSep 29th 2011
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    • CommentAuthorEvilPants
    • CommentTimeSep 30th 2011 edited
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    I'll add my vote to Lady Sabre, Cura Te Ipsum, and GWS, and also add:

    Sin Titulo

    The Abominable Charles Christopher

    http://worldofhurtonline.com/

    Nathan Sorry

    Hard Graft
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      CommentAuthorFauxhammer
    • CommentTimeSep 30th 2011
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    • CommentAuthorEllen
    • CommentTimeSep 30th 2011
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    I am reading Sailor Twain at the moment, it is not much like freakangels, but it is good.
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      CommentAuthoriaviv
    • CommentTimeSep 30th 2011 edited
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    @imaginarypeople - thanks for linking to Stupid Snake (that link no longer works, though, so I'm linking again here)! Glad you like it!
    Poptrash is getting weirder and weirder. Keep it up!

    Man. I'm reading, like, half the comics listed here. Good stuff.
    Things I started reading recently:

    Alpha Flag
    Derelict
    POWERNAP
    Saint's Way
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      CommentAuthortedcroland
    • CommentTimeSep 30th 2011
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    @aviv - i just started reading stupid snake last month. reminds me of jeff smith's bone but better. also wait till you see the pages coming up on POPTRASH next week, it gets crazy.

    also i wanna second Powernap
    • CommentAuthorCurtPires
    • CommentTimeOct 7th 2011
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    Theres A new Pop Trash Page up, suffice to say : Shit Just Got Real .

    POPTRASH
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    Here are some adventure-type (as opposed to humor-type) webcomics I've been enjoying lately:

    Unsounded
    Cura Te Ipsum
    Schlock Mercenary (all right, Schlock has a large dose of silly, but it's still good sci-fi)
    Red Light Properties

    And I'll be immodest enough to suggest my own:
    QUANTUM VIBE
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    I was also going to recommend:

    Zahra's Paradise

    But now that it's concluded and soon to be print-published by First Second, they've taken all but a few sample pages off their website. Oh well, the book will be worth purchasing. This is some powerful stuff, almost on a level with Maus, and in a class with that other modern Iranian saga, Persepolis.
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeOct 8th 2011
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    If I may be so bold, my wife Jane Irwin is striking out in different nerdly directions with her ongoing CLOCKWORK GAME, the story of the chess-playing real life automaton. I've gotta think there's plenty of you out there who would dig this muchly. It is very well done, if I may say so...
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      CommentAuthoriaviv
    • CommentTimeOct 9th 2011
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    If I may be so bold, my wife Jane Irwin is striking out in different nerdly directions with her ongoing CLOCKWORK GAME, the story of the chess-playing real life automaton. I've gotta think there's plenty of you out there who would dig this muchly. It is very well done, if I may say so...

    It is very well made. Kudos to your wife! I only read a bunch of pages but it looks really amazing.
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    One more I should've mentioned earlier:

    Gunnerkrigg Court by Tom Siddell

    Also you may enjoy LaMuse, written by Adi Tantimedh, who is a friend of Warren's and also a one-time student of Alan Moore. It's a completed graphic novel also available in print.
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    @Paul
    Clockwork Game looks intriguing. Historical dramas can be fascinating when properly researched, as it appears this one is. I add my Kudos to iaviv's.
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      CommentAuthorgofrankgo
    • CommentTimeOct 24th 2011
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    My daily (or whenever they update) must-read webcomics include:

    Battlepug

    Diesel Sweeties

    Girls With Slingshots

    The Gutters

    Hark! A Vagrant

    Let's Be Friends Again

    Octopus Pie

    The Abominable Charles Christopher

    and, it's not technically a "webcomic" per se, more like a blog of comics, but I jump for joy every time Zac Gorman posts something new over at Magical Game Time!

    (Also, I feel kinda scummy saying this, but I'd be completely remiss if I didn't mention my own dark humor webcomic about a guy who gets beaten up for a living, Punch-Up.)
    • CommentAuthorcardo
    • CommentTimeOct 24th 2011
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    What, no Dr. McNinja??!!
    • CommentAuthorEvilPants
    • CommentTimeNov 8th 2011
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    Hey folks,

    Since there already has been some self-plugging on this thread, I thought I'd throw my hat in the ring. Shameless? Yes. Forgive? Please.

    Enter: The Condo Of Mystery

    It's a brand new online comics anthology featuring the work of Jay Cormier, myself, and Rob Lundy.

    Rather than follow the usual web comics template of one long serial, we'll be running all sorts of stories, from short stories, to multi-chapter longer comics. Our first comic is an all-ages fantasy story called Tales Of Belfort, and it's based on the brand new strategy board game, Belfort. We're only a few pages in, but hopefully you take the time to take a look, and let us know what you think.

    Site: http://condoofmystery.com/

    Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Condo-...680908?sk=wall