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  1.  (2992.21)
    I love those Drockleberry pages. Beautiful!
    • CommentAuthorjohndeppe
    • CommentTimeJul 25th 2008
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    While some may criticize the art of Schlock Mercenary, I dearly love the writing, and Howard Tayler's bubble-cartoon style fits his insightful and serious-but-not writing nicely, I think.
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    Quite surprised that no-one posted a link to the nearly-300 page long epic that is La Muse over at http://www.bigheadpress.com/lamuse?page=70
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      CommentAuthorJustLaina
    • CommentTimeAug 11th 2008
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    Loved La Muse, now reading The Probability Broach by the same people.
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      CommentAuthorFauxhammer
    • CommentTimeAug 11th 2008
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    Starslip Crisis is mostly humor, but there's some well-thought out sf up in that bitch as well.
    • CommentAuthorleech
    • CommentTimeAug 17th 2008
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    @lordmitz
    I'm quite interested in seeing where this is going.
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      CommentAuthorlordmitz
    • CommentTimeAug 17th 2008
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    @leech

    thanks, and stick with it, hopefully i won't disappoint!
    • CommentAuthorThumpsquid
    • CommentTimeAug 17th 2008
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    There used to be an excellent webcomic called "Airshell" but is seems to have died.
  3.  (2992.29)
    Big Head Press (built on my blood, sweat and tears) publishes sci-fi graphic novels on-line as well as in print:

    The Probability Broach: The Graphic Novel
    Roswell, Texas (really more a sci-fi/western/romantic comedy)
    TimePeeper (still in serialization, will likely to a print version in 2009)

    And we have recently completed La Muse, which is really a superhero story but takes out the spandex and brutality (mostly) and borrows some tropes from both manga and Western romance genres. Plus some political satire. Alan Moore calls it "Wonderful" and you bet your ass we're playing up this endorsement. Print version available in December 2008.

    Mike Baron wrote and Gabe Eltaeb drew a sci-fi story for us, The Hook, which is currently available on-line only.

    I've probably got as much experience developing long-form stories for the web (and made as many mistakes) as anyone else in this forum that I'm aware of.
  4.  (2992.30)
    Steven Grant's Odysseus The Rebel just got started.
  5.  (2992.31)
    Thanks, Brent. I also didn't mention Mike Baron and Andie Tong's The Architect because like Steven's and my Odysseus, it is not science-fiction which is what williamzombie was asking about.
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    He asked for "dramatic or sci-fi type", so I emphasized the "or". And stretched "sci-fi" to embrace mythology, too.

    And I like how Odysseus is shaping up so far...
  7.  (2992.33)
    Nobody's mentioned Sin Titulo by Cameron Stewart. I only found it a couple of weeks ago, but it's great.
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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2008
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    one of the first webcomics i ever read was www.megatokyo.com, and it's quasi-dramatic, quasi-sci-fi.... there are long drawn-out storylines like that, that i wish i could commit to reading more, but don't. but it's definitely a more ambitious project than your average one-off diesel sweeties stuff.
    • CommentAuthorrmann
    • CommentTimeJul 26th 2011
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    I'm working on a comic called Ex Nihilo. It may seem like a comic with more fantastic/magical elements, but I intend to write a sort of scientific grounding into it with time. Promise.
    • CommentAuthorroadscum
    • CommentTimeJul 27th 2011
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    Sin Titulo is indeed great, though a certain amount of patient persistence is required in waiting for the somewhat sporadic updates. Worth the effort though.

    A couple that haven't so far been mentioned: The Intrepid Girlbot, which i personally like a lot, though it may be a little cute for some peoples tastes, and Ectopiary, which is strange, slow and utterly brilliant.
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    I really like Ectopiary. It's a strange, slightly Charles Burnsy graphic novel which is being serialised on the web. I haven't read anything else by Hans Rickheit but I really love the art style.
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      CommentAuthoryorko
    • CommentTimeJul 27th 2011
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    Shameless self-promotion

    R+M (Robot + Monster)
    Imagine Astroboy and Devilman as part of the cast of Freaks And Geeks.
    In small chapters for easy reading.

    Written by Josh hechinger (Grave Doug Freshley ar Archaia, Bear Beater Bunyan on Graphic.ly) and art by yours truly.
    • CommentAuthorEvilPants
    • CommentTimeJul 29th 2011
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    I'm going to spend the next couple of hours checking to see if some of the previously mentioned webcomics still exist.

    A few recent finds:

    Cura Te Ipsum by Neal Bailey and Dexter Wee
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    http://abaddoncomic.com/ is pretty good dont think anyone said that yet
    also http://www.mantamancomics.com/ and http://www.c.urvy.org/ are funny at times not very dramatic though