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    • CommentAuthorDanielle
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2009
    Goblins banner 1

    I'm new to the site; hi. This is a great list.

    I'm Danielle Stephens; I colour for Goblins: Life Through Their Eyes. Tarol Hunt is the creator, artist and writer.
    It's Dungeons & Dragons dark fantasy from the point of view of those squishy little goblins usually perceived to be the bad guys.
    Launched in June 2005, it began in b/w then morphed to colour, but the b/w bits are available coloured in the paper version.
    Updates roughly weekendly. Free online, or buy the book :P
    NSFW or little kids.
    • CommentAuthoryo-yo
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2009 edited
    I'm happy to throw my hat in the ring. I do a webcomic called Misadventures of a Comic Fan. It's about a guy who has his suspicions confirmed, his comic shop is indeed the center of the universe and the owner just may be god. It can be found a The site is new and I'm still working all the kinks out, so please feel free to leave a comment, good or bad, it will help me make the site more better and more accessible to viewers. Thanks for your time.
    • CommentAuthorD-Rod
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2009 edited
    I've just started reading Freakangels at one of my artists behest and this thread is an excellent idea. My name is David A. Rodriguez and I write the Webcomic, Shadowgirls. The series is described as "Gilmore Girls meets H.P. Lovecraft!" Shadowgirls is rated PG-13.

    Here is the standard blurb.

    "At the tender age of fifteen, Charon McKay disappeared from the small coastal town of Innsmouth. When she turns up, nine month later, she is incoherent and raving; and slightly more surprising…pregnant. No one knows who the father is and even Charon is unable to remember what happened to her. The only thing people know for sure is that she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl named Rebecca Sue McKay and that both her and her mother are decidedly strange. In fact, most people stay away from them entirely. But Charon and Becka have more immediate worries. Strange creatures have appeared in Innsmouth and awaken dark and terrifying powers within the girls. Only the Shadowgirls can stand against this ancient threat…if the power doesn’t consume them first."

    We are near the end of our first major story arc. (7 Issues total.) Click the image to start reading from the beginning!


    Thanks for looking!

    David A. Rodriguez
    • CommentAuthorgerimi
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2009
    I already posted a short story webcomic I did in this thread, but I have an online graphic novel I just started up.

    Eye Of the Gods -
    After a surgery to restore his failing eyesight, Sean Black is plagued by visions of secrets he was never meant to discover.

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    Your comics all look amazing--my art fails in comparison.

    Still, I might as well post.

    Helix Industries is a dark future webcomic set in the year 2199. A changing world has forced society to retreat to a number of independant city states. The story centres around a young woman with some strange abilities who is running from the corporation that controls one particular city.

    And since I feel guilty that my comic also involves psychic powers, I should point out that I started this one before I had ever heard of Freakangels and in no way mean to step on Mr. Ellis (or anyone's) toes. :)

    Helix Industries page 88.
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    hold my life

    Getting back in the game with this one after some time off...

    Hold My Life is a weekly series about would-be Rock & Roll star Penny Heartbreaker, and her struggle to make a go of it in the music industry. Unfortunately, the music industry doesn't want to cooperate. Half the time, her band doesn't want to cooperate.

    The comic features a different kind of interface, and some fun additional layers of content, primarily in the form of an mp3 soundtrack for every episode, featuring bands that you probably haven't (but you'll sure wish you had) heard before. Also a music blog, twitter and other nonsense from the main character attached to the comic. The series was on hiatus for a good chunk of last year, but is returning effective today, and ongoing until I lose my mind again.

    You can read it here:

    Hold My Life

    HML on Twitter
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2009 edited
    Hey all. I don't have a webcomic, but I do read too many of them. For my ever expanding list of webcomics, go to
  3.  (4909.8)
    I do a webcomic called The Matriarch with Steven Yarbrough. Updates every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday because we're just that silly.

    Webcomic: The Matriarch
    • CommentAuthorroomtzaiz
    • CommentTimeFeb 11th 2009
    I hope we are still allowed to post in this thread and I'm not making a faux pas right now.

    FR33 is a webcomic about a drug abusing self-proclaimed artist, seeking his place in a near-future world of free culture <- it's a description we put on our project's website and I think it's pretty accurate. We just started it today. New pages every Wednesday.

    • CommentAuthorWidgett
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2009
    Did not catch this Bad Signal until just today...not...quite sure how I missed it. Regardless.

    Something Odd is a webcomic I do sporadically using a strip generator after I finally came to terms with the fact that I simply cannot draw.

    Good question, Sig.

    It's the heartwarming story of a put upon guy named Sig, and his two roommates, a floating disembodied eyeball named Eye and a pig named Orvil. Current story arc involves Orvil and Eye trying to help an immortal snowman (who was cursed to be such by Zeus) die. Satan is a frequent guest star.

    First episode is here. Entire list is here. Thanks kindly.
    • CommentAuthorauilix
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2009
    Wow, it seems like everyone does webcomics! I do one of those real life type ones... Is that too common? I do it because I Love Comics

    It's called The Glass Urchin, and I update it every Tuesday and Thursday.
    • CommentAuthorVera
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2009
    I made this very short story webcomic with my friend Abby (she drew it). It was very fun to make, I hope you enjoy it!


    Here's the link to the story.
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    I may have posted elsewhere but I guess I should post here as well:
    Zombie Years Cover no.1
    I do a comic called Zombie Years:
    Zombie Years takes place in a near future Miami, Florida where the sky has fallen, the Gods have fought, Jesus Wept, and the snake has eaten it’s tail. Humanity is a bug on the windshield, and the sky is wearing down the cities.

    The world has ended, but you still gotta eat.

    The survivors of the tragedy now try to get along, the daily struggle to survive is the routine and the rule, and everyone watches for the The Fever: a maddening virus that drives people insane, eventually dying from it ….and then coming back!

    “It’s just one of those day-dreams put into a story” says series Creator Juan Navarro, “After watching endless Zombie flicks and reading various survival horror, you begin to wonder how you and your own would test in such an element. Miami would be perfect setting for this, and I think it will be fun to explore the full idea of the Survival Horror scenario with Latino slant to it. Plus some Cuban jokes help too!”

    Zombie Years will update every Wednesday every week! Visit
    • CommentAuthorChadP
    • CommentTimeFeb 14th 2009
    • CommentAuthorZartes
    • CommentTimeFeb 16th 2009
    my best friend John Ryan and myself (Jarrah James) do a scifi webcomic called TransStellar (I plot, draw and colour. He edits, reigns in my worst ideas, and brings the funny)

    We've been doing it since mid 2007, and, well, the art style has changed, just a little, since then...

    TransStellar issue 1, page 1
    that's how we started

    TransStellar issue 2, page 1
    and that is the latest page.

    may contain doughnuts
    • CommentAuthorVigilante
    • CommentTimeFeb 18th 2009 edited
    Thanks for the opportunity. My comic is The Vigilant - It's the story of a man's struggle against modern dictatorship. Email me your thoughts at

    The Vigilant
    • CommentAuthorBerserker
    • CommentTimeFeb 19th 2009
    I've just begun an experimental web-comic. I'm doing all the art chores, and the viewers get to leave comments that shape and drive the story - at least, that's the idea.

    Right now I have the initial 27 pages up to be read, along with the 'rules', such as they are, and it's all HERE.

    A short preview:


    Yes, I know LJ is a clicking, blinking pile of fail, but for the moment it serves. But I'm doing it all in ballpoint pen, so that's fine, right?
      CommentAuthorLen Kody
    • CommentTimeFeb 22nd 2009

    Click the banner--

    banner link


  5.  (4909.19)
    I see a lot of good stuff here. Nice.

    I've got a webcomic up here.

    It's updated weekly, so if you like what you see, be sure to check back every week for the next part of the story.

    Feel free to explore our website here.

    I wrote the story along with my friend and collaborator Omar Najam. The artwork is by the very talented Adrian Rivero. The lettering is by Ben Rollman.

    I hope you enjoy it. Feel free to give any feedback/criticism you want; I'm open and welcome to it.

    • CommentAuthorAstragali
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2009
    Hello, everyone!

    My webcomic is called Paper or Plastic?, and it updates on Mondays and Wednesdays.

    The artwork isn't great, but you never know, things might improve :)

    It's based in a fictional supermarket/department store, and you've got a store manager who was hired for punching out a former co-worker, the author as a neurotic salesperson, and a samurai who got into retail. How odd do you want it to get? (Actually, it gets pretty freakin' odd...)

    Anyway, hope you like it.