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    • CommentAuthorAnarchicQ
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    I do several webcomics.
    The first one is Elven Lacryment, which is in a refurbishing faze.
    Sample:Elven Lacryment

    The other is FRIENDS 4 EVER!!!! which is a sprite comic.
    One is out for revenge.
    One guards a cursed treasure.
    One resurrects the minions of Doom.
    One turns cranks needlessly.
    They're... FRIENDS 4 EVER!!!
    A bunch of videogame monsters acting like innocent 12 year olds
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    Yon Kuma

    by me (writing) and Jorge F. Muñoz (art).

    It's about a twelve-year-old boy who wrestles bears. It looks a bit like a Saturday morning cartoon from Mars:

    It was a blast to write, Jorge draws the hell out of it, and I hope it's as fun to read as it is to make.
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    Hi! I'm Jennifer Lynn Jordan. I co-write Darwin Carmichael is Going to Hell with my lovely and talented co-writer/artist/friend Sophie Elza Goldstein. Darwin lives in Brooklyn, the borough of choice for hipsters, artists, deities and an assortment of mythological creatures. Darwin has a problem. Due to an unfortunate incident involving some intense snogging, an unbalanced high chair, and a framed image of the Buddha, he acquired a massive karmic deficit. Long story short, he’s going to go to Hell. Darwin doesn’t particularly want to go to Hell, so he’s doing everything he can to save his immortal soul.

    We update every Tuesday and Thursday. We launched on January 1, 2009. You can check it out here! Here is one of my favorite comics so far:

    • CommentAuthorpurvision
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    Warren, you are well aware of us, because you gave us a nice boost in our first weeks. Act-I-Vate has been going for a solid three years now. With over 30 contributors, we are one of the largest, longest running and most international web-comics collectives on the net.


    Before Zuda, before TransmissionX, there was AIV.
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    Hellohello. :D

    I run a teeny tiny artist collective called Nomad Chronicle were I personally do two webcomics the first being a little diddy called 10-9 a dieselpunk drama about love and duty set against the backdrop of a modern day World War II. 10-9 is also finally seeing regular updates on Tuesdays. Secondly is a fluffy little four panel strip called The Trials of Triple A which just relaunched like.. yesterday after a long dry spell which now updates on Saturdays. Kind of a silly little story about the a college bully and his effeminate gay best friend who loves him. Good times. My studio mates Rose Meloche and Rose Loughran run Ghosts and Red Moon Rising respectively and I've been elected to be the PR guy on behalf of us all and would appreciate it of the nice folks of White Chapel dropped buy to give our new studio launch a good hullo. :3

    Have a great day!
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    Thanks for doing this again Warren.

    It's still all bullets and bodies around the Optimum Wound shop. We currently have 3 online graphic novels on the go.

    Richard Serrao is once again working on his original series Memento Mori and sent me in a stack of new pages to letter and post.
    Memento Mori bonus page 1

    He's also been working on Silent Scream and has 19 pages posted.
    Silent Scream page 14

    And I'm currently working on a batch of new pages for my webcomic, Battles Without Living Witnesses after a long hiatus.
    Battles Without Living Witnesses page 4
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    Sex Percussions 1-27-09 My webcomic is Sex Percussions, which is about forensics mage, his pet sorcerer, and a group of performance mages protecting 1937 Vancouver from the forces that threaten it....

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    I've had one running for 4 some odd years now. It's a sci-fi thing called Requiem over at
    Here's a sample...
    Requiem sample comic
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    I wrote a webcomic when someone emailed me this thing that said basically that people shouldn't write webcomics because people suck at writing webcomics.

    It's called Rocks. It's about three rocks.
    I laughed.

    If I was feeling artsy I'd describe them as "hand-drawn pencil on paper."
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    Party Bear cover
    sample page of Party Bear

    Paul Maybury presents a cautionary tale about a mysterious bear who sets off a chain of events that change the lives of all it encounters.

    A gritty tale of love, friendship and loss.

    Read More
  9.  (4909.11)
    My mate and I do a little webcomic called 'On the Cusp' about... well it's mostly about two cousins who argue a lot. But there's other stuff going on as well. Updated three times weekly and the art gets better as it goes along, despite the fact that it's almost always stick figures and a lot of the art gets recycled. That's more a design decision that anything else since stick figures don't exactly take days to draw. It occurs to me (an hour or two later) that is should probably include an example or two.

    The Future Is Now


    There's a sort of blog on the parent site here.


    James Versace
      CommentAuthorJeff Owens
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    @PatTheGreat I really like Rocks. :) Probably because it reminds me that you don't have to be an amazing artist to draw.
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    Hey, Warren and crowd. As many here know, I write a webcomic called ACTION, OHIO which updates every Monday (tomorrow!) at the Shadowline Comics webcomics hub.

    The comic asks: what would happen if the comic book industry as we know it today was created to hide the existence of real-life superheroes living in the heart of Ohio? It explores detective Andrea Bruce’s private dilemma and the sacrifices she must make in order to save an isolated community struggling to contain its secrets. Choosing between solving a murder and opening a Pandora's Box of evil or putting aside her vendetta to help a group of heroes contain their existence and freedoms, Andrea unfolds the mysteries of a sleepy little town that inspired the Silver Age of comic books and races to find a killer before he forces its inhabitants to reveal themselves and destroy the world.

    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    Hiyas, my name is Rob Bentley and along with Paul Chabot and Brenden O'Neil we are currently producing a web comic called The Legend of Lili Deacon.

    Lili is a western themed comic with cowboys, demons and the aforementioned Lili Deacon. Currently, the comic will be coming back from hiatus on February 4th and will be running on a Wednesday schedule.

    This is our first foray into web comics. Our first foray into self publishing comics was entitled Totems (no relation to the DC book) and ran in black and white for a grand glorious four issues....and then we wimped out, tried screenwriting (yay, made the top ten in PGL 3) and then plunged back into the deep end of comic books like the junkies we are.
    • CommentAuthorMerlin
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    Necessary Monsters

    Myself and Sean Azzopardi just started in on Chapter Four of our spy-horror thriller. Things have started to get rather bloody now, as evidenced by this lovely two page sequence.



    "It's Mission Impossible meets Freddy Vs Jason only actually quite good" if you'll excuse the high concept.
    • CommentAuthorMerlin
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    And I'm also still running All Knowledge Is Strange at E-merl, which looks like this:


    And writing The Rule Of Death at Serializer, which is drawn by Douglas Noble and looks like this:

    • CommentAuthoroletheros
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    I do a little webcomic called "Weird Fishes". Here's one of the latest panels, a happy day inside the crazy mind of Dee:

    • CommentAuthorSeanW
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009 edited
    Brandon Hanvey and I do a webcomic called Comic Critics! (Yes, the exclamation mark is part of the title. You have to write it. It's the law.)

    Comic Critics

    Starting this month, we're updating twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. The reasoning being if you don't like one strip, screw it, there'll be a new one in a couple of days. Don't like that one either? Send us an email, we'll refund your free to you.
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2009
    I just started Celebrity Skinned. It's a tabloid web comic - like Mad Magazine (if Mad Magazine weren't produced by octogenarians).

    Celebrity Skinned #003