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    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    I write a fully painted 5 day a week webcomic called Tiny Kitten Teeth. It's drawn by my partner Becky Dreistadt, who worked on the webcomic Combustible Orange with me. With C.O. on the ropes for two years we decided to work on this before we re-tool the old comic.

    Tiny Kitten Teeth hasn't launched properly yet and won't update this week while we iron out a whole bunch of website fuck ups. But here it is:

    TKT #2
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    The Profane Comedy of Audley Strange. is what happens when ones love of U.K. kids comics fuse with ones interest and cynicism of the occult, politics and our collapsing consumerist madness. I started it in Nov 2004 and could hardly draw a line with a ruler. I think some of you here might like it. I put the odd (Aud) pages up on the artists thread from time to time. But here is an actual beginning to end topical gag. Rather than part of the ongoing story.

    Recipe for disaster
    • CommentAuthorCadwell
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    The Everyday is my autobio comic about the little things in life that happen to us all. It updates on a Monday and/or Thursday depending on how busy I am with all the things that aren't comics.

    The Everyday #119

    The Everyday #135
      CommentAuthorEd Sludden
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    Seeds of Orcus is a Sci-Fi story about a gang of galactic refugees who survive a crash-landing in Rendlesham Forest, England, at the height of the Cold War.
    It's an unusual webcomic because it uses a mixture of photography and pre-rendered 3d art for backgrounds.

    I'd love you to come and read it, the first episode is up at

    Issue 1 Front Cover

    Concept Painting for 'Prefect'
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    This thread is a goldmine.
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    At: you find many-many fine web comics.

    Mine in particular is "Adventures of the Floating Elephant."
    First chapter starts here:
    Second chapter starts in a month or so.
    Thanks to all who stop by!

    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    I made a webcomic for a while in 2004. I recently uploaded it all to my flickr account for posterity. In an attempt to avoid the art, I made it south park style. I wouldn't mind bringing it back in a form where I just write it and someone else makes it look pretty. I do realize that the writing falls very flat in post places.

    It's about a pair of humans who accidentally end up traveling the universe.

    Here's the full series.

    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009 edited
    Hi Everyone
    My book is called "Humbug" and it's a steampunk adventure surrounding the Scrooge mythos established in a Christmas Carol you can check it out Here. I'd love to hear any feedback anyone would have. A few sample pages below.

    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    The Secret Knots
    Comics about things we do without knowing why. Updates irregularly.

    The Secret Knots

    Here's a couple of panels from one of the latest stories there:
    The Secret Knots
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    erm..I do a webcomic called Fudge.
    He dies, usually.
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    Briefly put, WanderLand the story of two men on a rather twisted journey. Currently we have one full issue up on the website, with six supporting correspondence shorts, and a few more updates on the way, as we're taking a break until May to balance responsibilities and build up a backlog of pages so that we can return with uninterrupted weekly updates on Thursday nights.

    Sample page:

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    Yes, I do the webcomic 'Byron: Die, Byron! Die!' which is currently updated weekly on the SLG Publishing website. You can view it here. This comic is a continuation of the Byron GN that was published last year. Byron is on the road looking for his brother, who just happens to be a two-headed pickled punk.

    I have just finished up the fourth chapter, which is still available for viewing at the SLG website. Chapter 5 will start in mid-February with about two pages being uploaded every week.


      CommentAuthorMONK A
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    munx comix. turn on that pop-up blocker cause like a million of them pop up.
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    I am now writing two webomics. The first is Legend of the Burrito Blade which updates every M/W/F, and we mean that. We just posted page 10. I just got the art for page 52. It's the touching story of two swords, powered by cuisine, and how they are going to fuck everything up for NY and eventually the world. Full comic pages for it, not a 3 panel type of thing.

    The other is Things Wrong With Me which REALLY launches Feb 10th but which is getting a bunch of preview updates now until then. Once it laucnhes it wil update every Tues/Thurs. It's a webcomic without much art. Six friends, endless conversations. I am trying to do, in a strange way, radio dramas via the web, I suppose. Just people having conversations, but that's it. they have heads, that's the only art. The rest is theatre of the mind. Lazy? Crazy? Stupid? PERHAPS! But also fun as hell.
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    Wow, everything here looks wonderful!

    Here's mine. A way to try to force myself to draw draw draw. A page a week. Making it up as I go along, basically every week I think to myself "What happens next?" Probably not the best way to approach writing a story, but it might work in this venue.

    Would love to hear any comments or critiques!
    • CommentAuthorWill Wise
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    I write and draw Maximum Ultra, a vaguely sci-fi comic about a global conspiracy that polices the world's weird shit for reasons that aren't adequately explained. A new story-arc just started today, so it's as good a time as any to jump in.

    And now, a page of a giant fishy god-monster.

    Everyone is fucked
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    I do a story about a group of kids stuck in a haunted house. I typically update M-W-F.

    keg party

    sneaking in the back

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    Hey Everyone,

    My boyfriend Jason and I just started a comic called Apocalypse Picture Book Here's a page from J is for Jihad. There are some great looking comics here, I can't wait to check them all out! Thanks.


    J is for Jihad
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    I do occasional guest spots on Martin: Angry Owl. And occasionally bring him into the outside world:

    Chalk Martin.

    Working on getting my own strip up and running in the near future.
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2009
    @# Joshua Smeaton
    I just read what you have for haunted. It's really well done. The black and white has a nice feel later on, I like the shift.
    Thanks for putting it on here, I'll be following it.