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    • CommentAuthorandrewj
    • CommentTimeFeb 3rd 2009
    A set of short 4 page conflict tales - starting with the short brutal FIGHT STORY: SOUR.


    It uses a homegrown click + drag engine (think iphone)

    • CommentAuthorbigtombiz
    • CommentTimeFeb 3rd 2009
    Feel slightly embarrassed posting this amongst such ridiculously talented people, but the first two parts of A Stalking Horse can be read here and here The next two parts should be finished within the month and to be honest I only really update it when I should be doing something else. Anyhoo...
    A Stalking Horse pt 2, pg2
    • CommentAuthorbobheske
    • CommentTimeFeb 3rd 2009
    Hello All -

    My name is Bob Heske and I am the writer of the new vampire series THE NIGHT PROJECTIONIST which is being published by Studio 407 with film rights optioned by Myriad Pictures (Jeepers Creepers).

    Studio 407 is posting a page a week of issue one on the web as a creepy noir web comic - think Creepy and Eerie with a dash of Tom Mandrake. Personally, seeing the story in black and white online gives the story a different dimension - and provides a more traditional gothic experience - than the full-color book. On the web is the only place you can see issue one in black and white.

    The Night Projectionist Noir - cover art by Diego Yapura

    Page 1 - art by Diego Yapura

    Hope you enjoy the cover art and page one by artist Diego Yapura. For the rest of the story, click on to the web comic here.

    If you like what you see in black and white, the full-color comic will be in stores by 2/25.


    Bob Heske
    Writer, The Night Projectionist
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    A Buddhist supernatural powers conspiracy thriller!

    A man returns to Manchester ten years after disappearing from his girlfriends kung-fu championship fight. He has waged a bloody vendetta against the gangsters that set up the fight that resulted in her spinal injury. But no one knows this and his old friends are not happy to see him. Now he has returned more than just a man, more than just the scars of what he has been compelled to do. He has been possessed by the spirit of Buddha and can wield various supernatural powers, including the ability to gift powers to others. Gradually he draws his friends in closer and is shadowed by the other friends from his missing ten years. They are being hunted by telepathic agents of a secret government agency. He comes to the attention of some scientists who are more than intrigued by him and as events unfold he comes to realize that there is much more to his inheritance. Want to know more?
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    I'm late. Apologies.

    PINK DOG Has already shown up here once or twice. New pages go up whenever I can manage over at The BASTARD EMPIRE.

    I'm also working on a less cartoonish finite series, KINGDOM, suicide. Also, new pages go up when life permits.

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    You guys have really fleshed out My comic folder up in the google reader.
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    In addition to the ones I posted here, I just made two more PITCH BLACK strips. If I'm posting too much, please do delete this post.

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    New Magnificent Creatures Episode Today - A Free Weekly Online Comic!

    Hey everyone, just wanted to mention that the new Magnificent Creatures is up - this is the most action packed episode yet.

    I also wanted to mention here that we are moving our weekly updates to Thursdays to better accommodate Mulele's drawing schedule.

    Thank you to everyone who has checked out the site/comic, we appreciate your input and that you are giving our work a chance.

    NEW Magnificent Creatures - A Free Weekly Online Comic!

    • CommentAuthorMDominic
    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2009
    I have been absent too long from my webcomic, "The Journals of Simon Pariah". Forgive me for it being Keenspace; I'm cheap.
    Simon Pariah

    I also occasionally contribute to the webcomic "Bruno the Bandit"; see for example my story "Bluenose Barrett, Privateer"

    Bruno the Bandit
    • CommentAuthor1ChrisM
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009 edited
    Mine is called Adrift
    Also have it up at Webcomics Nation

    Science Fiction setting. Right now, it's about the new crew of a freelance space ship looking for a job and mostly trying to stay alive. More definitely planned though.
    Updates on Tuesdays and Thursdays (or, uh, 2 or 3am on Wednesdays and Fridays)
    (need to find some time for banner and promo art)
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009
    brilliant. loads of stuff here i've not seen before!

    and while i'm here you can see my comic: plan B, a tale of love, revenge and supervillainy. two parts out, the thrid should be finished by the end of the month. it's not a superhero comic. at least i don't think it is. i just condemned myself!

    plan b
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009 edited
    Wow I'll definately be checking out some of those!

    I've got two, one is the semi-autobiographical nonsense of Not Artistically Strong
    the other being a superhero parody strip called The Mighty Jambo

    He's been shot in the face!

    I've also got an infinite canvas piece online called Remnants but that's not been updated in years!

    Just out of interest is anyone else going to The Thing in London this March?
    • CommentAuthorGraz73
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009
    I do a weekly comic called Cy-Boar.

    Check it out if you like mutants, cyborgs, government conspiracies and, in the current story, Brazilian natives and drug use.

    The first page of the Current Cy-Boar story arch.
    • CommentAuthorgada
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009
    BASH! by mangada
    I make amusing short stories, from juvenile beat-em-ups to school girl romance.

    Falling Flat Out Into Space by mangada
    Above is a 1-pager called "Falling Flat Out Into Space", go read the rest at my website Mangada

    Also have a little Blog where I post "how-I-done-it"s, sketches and embarrassing failures; Residue

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    Last year I did a short comic book story with my friend Juliana Azevedo entitled "Savings Account" you can find the story here.
    or find more details in my blog

    There's also an alternative link to the story via my portfolio

    I believe every artist has a master, someone to guide and inspire you, and for me, the work o Bill Sienkiewicz was always that inspirational source, the driving force that lead me into comics in the late 80's.

    Maybe one day, I still hope to make a living working on comics. :)

    All the best!

    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009
    I make a comic by the name of Dark Places, which is somewhere in the genre of fantasy-adventure-horror - part sword-and-sorcery, part eldritch horror.

    Dark Places: The Well of Stars, Page 6

    I'm currently about two-thirds of the way through the first minor story-arc, mainly concerning unspeakable entities and That Which Lurks Between The Stars. This is my first foray into sequential art or visual storytelling or whatever you want to call it, and I'm learning all the time.
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    I draw a comic called Tabloid, the story of an aspiring journalist who accidentally gets lost in a world where all the tabloid stories are real. Writtten and created by Tom Zjaba, the comic updates a page every Monday. 36 pages so far.

    The world of Tabloid
    Madeline meets Elvis
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009
    Firstly, I want to thank everyone who has shared their comics to this point. I'm going to really enjoy sitting down to check all these out when I get home from work. I can see my RSS Reader is going to get a workout.

    About 4 months ago I started a silly project that's becoming not only an addiction, but something I MUST do. It went from 'Let me try this out' to 'I'm in it for the long haul' very quickly. I thought it would be fun to do a comic featuring some of the amigurumi my wife makes. The result is Amu's World.

    An advertisement I made a little while ago:

    I'm still VERY new to this, and while I do have some help from some webcomics friends I know personally I'm always looking for feedback on how I can improve things. Thanks for your eyeballs.
    • CommentAuthorXerjester
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009 edited
    Love the flow of talent in this thread. My work's just launched after a year of pre-production and the collapse of my previous online comic. It's a lil slice of action I like to call "Nine Shot Sonata".

    The basic premise is such: Essentially, everyone knows of the story of the convenant between God and Lucifer - that each would not directly interfere with humanity and let the worth of the race decide it's own end to see - at the end of all things - who was right; God, or Lucifer.

    Obviously, Satan never held up his end of the bargain. That leads a group of Angels to take matters into their own hands and generally muck things up. God certainly can't do anything, as per the agreement. So the newly appointed angel of Death taps the only person who's capable of dealing with the situation: a Demon enjoying his last trip to the mortal plane.

    Updates every monday.
    • CommentAuthorshawncook
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2009 edited
    There's a lot of fantastic stuff here! My brother and I publish a few comics under the name Cook Bros. Comics. What we are currently working on is a webcomic called Stick Shift. Stick Shift is a webcomic about kicking ass and racing fast! Think Mad Max meets South Park with a little Cannonball Run and you are almost there. It has cartoon style art but adult humor and we're having a lot of fun with it. Check out our site here or you can go straight to our Stick Shift Archives if you prefer. Thanks for reading!

    Stick Shift the Webcomic