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    • CommentAuthormmaxwell
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Thanks for setting up this stage, Warren.

    I'm Matt. I write a comic series called Strangeways. Starting with the second book (and for the forseeable future), I'll be running a webcomic of the stories first, then collecting them into trade collections. Strangeways: The Thirsty, the current book, is running at Robot6/Comic Book Resources right now. will take you to the archive page (and let you know how you can join the weekly contest to win a copy of the first Strangeways book, Murder Moon.

    Enough talk, here's the comics:

    From chapter 1 of THE THIRSTY.  Art by Gervasio and Jok

    From chapter 2.  Art by Gervasio and Jok.

    Thanks for looking.
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    We're working with some world-class painters to tell vignette stories about planeswalkers, the mage protagonists of Magic: The Gathering. They all live here: Path of the Planeswalker
    • CommentAuthorKLJ3
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Hello. My name is Kenny Jeffery and I'm working on a number of projects at the moment. Here is a one page example I finished this week entitled 'Split-Stream' (as you probably can see).

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    This is a great thread. My webcomic is an action-adventure, comedy called "After-School Agent." The comic is updated every Monday.

    It's the story of Gordon Levitch, a 13 year-old boy who was dying from cancer until the government tested an experimental drug on him that not only cured him, but made him stronger and faster. Now the government forces him to go on politically motivated black-op missions for them. And he does all this while dealing with his family, who know nothing about his adventures.


    • CommentAuthorPMCRW
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Hello Hello!! A friend posted this site on his Facebook and i just wanted to say awesome awesome awesome!!!

    Here are my webcomics. I currently do two. Click on the images to be taken to the websites!
    The first is called "Friends in Square Places" and is about a girl who is forced to enroll into college with her two brothers, Ted & Who, both of which are anthropomorphic dogs who happen to be super geniuses.

    FISP group pic

    My second webcomic is a Horror comic that pays homage to classic horror comics like Tales from the Crypt, Vault of Horror, & the Creepy/Erie series. It's called the "International Horror Association". We previously would release a short horror comic every Halloween but this year we are looking for more artists looking to contribute to the site.

    International Horror Association
    • CommentAuthorlizzlizz
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
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    Thanks for setting this up Warren!

    I have a web comic called Binary Souls / Other Dimensions. It's a quirky story about an insane hologram, a whiny robot and a witch who are stuck inside of a giant computer system. While inside, they end up battling against Savage who wants escape into the real world. Enjoy!

    Here's the most current comic...
    BS/OD Comic #221
      CommentAuthorJeff Zero
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited

    That second one would make a fine t-shirt.
    • CommentAuthorDomitella
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    wow! everyone else's are so... good!

    Mine is about Martin, who is an owl all filled with rage. It is therefore called Martin: Angry Owl to avoid confusion.

    free image hosting

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    Martin is also about things that aren't about the environment!
    • CommentAuthorbreegeek
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Hi! Now I have more stuff to read in the way of productivity!

    I humbly submit my own, autobiographical-ish comic, Sex, Drugs, & June Cleaver

    just a little
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Wow, there's a lot of you!

    I bring for you Weird Fishes:

    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    ooooooh yay! I love Weird Fishes, and I'm glad jamaicad finally wandered over here.

    That reminds me, I have a comic to check up on...
    • CommentAuthorozsager
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Here is the cover page for my shiny new webcomic (to be compiled upon completion and printed up for that new comic smell):
    Third Helix

    You should be able to find this at by the end of May.
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    I second the love for Weird Fishes. I've had that in my RSS feed for a while now.
    • CommentAuthorachernar
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Yay, webcomics! There are so many good ones here, it is kind of intimidating!

    I too make a webcomic, with my friend John. It is called Chronillogical and it is about time traveling grad students. It's a comedy strip with continuity.

    Here is a strip that features one of my favorite characters -- Mr. Skeleton:
    It's That Skeleton Guy!

    And here is a strip that doesn't feature any of the main characters, but which I find amusing:
    Good Work Indeed
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    Hello, I'm DJ Bogtrotter & I post one irreverent cartoon a week (it's a hobby) here

    You can subscribe to it here

    Hope you like what you see - feedback welcome


    Undead Cartoon

    Winnie the Pooh Cartoon
    • CommentAuthorRayClaxton
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Great, great, GREAT idea! I've discovered quite a few new comics to add to my daily read list.
    Tales of the DarkRaven in a nutshell: I tried out for Stan Lee's "Who Wants to be a Superhero" reality TV show and was not selected. In my despair, I decided to prove to Stan the Man that I should have been a contender by becoming a superhero in real life, with hilarious (and painful) consequences! My friend Brian acts as my superhero chaperone, The Blue Tit, and he keeps me out of trouble on behalf of my wife. We update every Wednesday.
    Stan Lee's personal rejection of the DarkRaven.
    Brian reveals his new superhero name...
    • CommentAuthorradvfx
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited
    I write and draw a webomic called Wireheads. The story and characters
    are centered around a Visual Effects shop is South Santa Monica, California called RAD VFX. Here are a couple of examples:
    The 300th strip with Zombie Bunnies.
    Amanda's Oscar Dress
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited
    Hey Warren & friends,

    Some great-looking stuff in here.

    Top Shelf 2.0

    For almost exactly one year I've been editing Top Shelf's webcomics program, Top Shelf 2.0. We post a new story every weekday (either a standalone short story, or a healthy chunk of an ongoing serial). Every Thursday is Archive Spotlight Day, where we drag some slimy thing up from the depths, polish it till it shines, and send it out good as new for the internets to enjoy.

    Here are some totally arbitrary pages, drawn from our vast friggin' archive of stuff, all owned by the creators.

    The Walk, by Ryan Pequin
    The Walk, by Ryan Pequin

    The Bravest Niño, by Chris 'Elio' Eliopoulos
    The Bravest Niño, by Chris 'Elio' Eliopoulos

    Infinite Kung Fu, by Kagan McLeod
    Infinite Kung Fu, by Kagan McLeod

    It's been great fun so far, and I've actually got some fun stuff lined up next week to celebrate the one-year anniversary, so stay tuned!

    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    I make a webcomic called Dark Places. It's a fantasy-adventure-horror sort of affair, updating weekly. It's been going for around six months, and I'm pretty pleased with how things are working out so far. Here's a sampler:

    Dark Places - Chapter 2, Page 1