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    • CommentAuthorRCSI
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Well, now... Found this via twitter.

    My wife and I produce a 'Code Name: Hunter', a thrice weekly Urban Fantasy webcomic. We've been going since 2005 or thereabouts, and have close to 275 pages done.

    Here's one of the action sequences from Issue 6

    Code Name: Hunter - Issue 6, Page 12


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    Hi! I am Carolyn Belefski and I do a comic strip called Curls.

    Curls is a gal who hangs out with a life-sized slice of toast and some adorable animals that do lots of fun activities together like science experiments on brains, fishing, or going on vacation to the beach. The toast's name is Toast of the Town and he has two punched out holes for his eyes and a giant smile made of jelly. Other characters include: Pitter Patter (penguin), Turtle Neck (turtle), Conehead (bird with ice cream cone on head), and Applause (Siamese fighting fish). The best place to find us is online at or visit our table at the conventions and exhibits we attend. We also have an Etsy shop you can purchase from.

    Curls: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

    Curls: Paris for President
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    I write and draw the daily comic 'The Unbroken Circle'. There's a good 500 pages up, and should be coming to a close some time next year. It's a strange beast covering genres like crime, thriller, supernatural and drama.

    Here's a couple of recent installments:

    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Been a while since I was on here but the inimitable Mr. Ellis asks me to pimp, so pimp I shall like I have never... erm... pumped before?

    I did do a weekly webcomic called Exotic Soup for a while which I haven't worked on in ages, but plan to resurrect at some point - especially since I'm currently learning Illustrator which looks to be way easier to ink in than Photoshop.

    It's about four guys that suddenly find themselves turned into anthropomorphic animals for no reason they can fathom and how they cope.

    Here's a taster:
    Exotic Soup strip 1st taste

    Exotic Soup strip 2nd taste

    and here's the link to the massive, 17 strip archive. Go on, have a read. It'll take you all of five minutes:
    • CommentAuthormunkymu
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Hey there! A friend suggested I should post here. And I'm glad I came 'cause I've already discovered a few new comics to follow!

    I do an urban fantasy comic called Gothbunnies, a somewhat whimsical story about three rabbits who move into a new hole and get caught between a couple feuding magicians. You can read it on my main site or on Modern Tales.

    Here's a couple recent pages:

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    Page 161
    • CommentAuthorannb
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    This is part of my webcomic CLANDESTINO, running in the May 2009 Zuda Competition.
    If you want to check more about it go to your vote will be very welcome to continue publishing this strip.

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    Holy smack that's a lot of webcomics!!

    I do one called The Wandering Ones which has been around quite a while now. There's also a book version of the first 360 strips

    The post apocalyptic story concerns Ravenwing and her tracker scout, living like Native Americans, who are asked to help out their more technological neighbors as scouts against an approaching army of Neo Nazis (among other things) The series starts here...

    A few pages below:

    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited
    Against all advice I update my webcomics yearly, usually the 1st of October. Most of the stuff is in spanish but you might still want to check this and that.
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    I do a webcomic about making a comic and then showing it to those concerned and then paying the price for it. In actuality it is a graphic novel in the making but it's taken so long that the middle portion is about making the first portion. I aim for about 140 pages and then I'll shop it around. If you like intense depression and comedy about that kind of stuff, plus hot girls turning me down(a new genre of comics), then check it out here. It is a blog so it is in chronological order. So scroll to the bottom and work your way up:

    Also if you press the banner it will show you the newest posts. All posts contain artwork.

    Adrian Rivero

    TBM Page 4
    August 9
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    Salvager Kain preview pg1
    Salvager Kain preview pg2

    Hello, Cleveland! My name is Paul Sloboda. I'm creating a webcomic called Salvager Kain. Its first four issues ran as a minicomic, and its current arc (from the fifth issue on) is told online, updating every five days. It's a kind of "survivalist comedy" with fantasy overtones; more "Deadwood & Dilbert" than "Dungeons & Dragons".

    The site's barebones, but I've only just started. I'd love some feedback.

    That number again: . Operators are drawing in a room somewhere.

    Thanks for reading! And thank you, Mr. Ellis, for the rare opportunity to plug webcomics shamelessly.
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    Good lord, this thread is magic!
    • CommentAuthorSeno
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited

    I'm J. Mark Kestrel, the cartoonist behind OFF CAMPUS, a thrice weekly black and white webcomic that's essentially a romantic comedy. With swearing. Dating back to my college days in 2000 (hence the title), the series should wrap within the next year.

    Here's a personal favorite to get you started:

    Sample comic strip

    Thanks for reading!
    • CommentAuthormil
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009 edited
    Lots of nice webcomics shown here, I`ll have a lot of reading to do :)

    So, hi, all, my name`s Ioannis Milionis. I`m a greek cartoonist, born and living in Germany, using the artist's name mil and running my website showing my cartoons ( I think they`re called single-panel cartoons/comic-strips in english) on the web. Updates 3 times a week. At the moment it is all in German but I`m working on an english version of the website.

    alien-travel jesus-party

    The humor is quite mature, politically incorrect, mostly black and/or surreal and sometimes just plain silly.

    So, if you can read German take a look at:

    If not, than remember it for the future and be patient, it will take me some weeks more to get the english version of the site up and running.

    Thanks all for reading this, have fun and keep up the good work :)
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    My colleague and I do a little webcomic called On the Cusp about (mostly) a couple of cousins, Barny and Johnny Cusp. There's an obscene amount of cut and paste that actually takes more time than drawing them. But once you've got a theme you're probably stuck with it. It's about gaming, IT and whatever strikes our fancy when we're cobbling it together. Oh yeah, and each comic has more dubious jokes in the alt-text as a mouseover.

    I Choo-Choo-Choose You

    Lots of excellent work on these pages. Gonna take me a while to get through 'em all. Cheers.
    James Versace

    • CommentAuthorcanterrain
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Hello there, I'm Canterrain.

    I don't do a webcomic, I work for one! Barb Jacobs does the incredible webcomic called Xylia: A Faerie Tale. Xylia features luscious art of professional quality and an interesting story.

    The story revolves around Claude, who is a half faerie destined to be reborn over and over with no previous memories of his life. He is on a search for a Faerie he has an eternal connection to named Xylia, and together he is apparently destined to save a place called Azloe. With shades of Peter Pan, Doctor Who, and all things good and bad in faeries, this story will cover your need for action, and your need for love.

    Check it out at

    Here's some samples:

    xylia chapter 7 Photobucket

      CommentAuthorJeff Owens
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    @helloiamkc - I can't stop reading Gunshow. It's hysterical.
    • CommentAuthormav
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    I write, color and letter a comic that comes out three times a week called Cosmic Hellcats. The concept was originally based on four models who I've worked with (I'm also a photographer) and I decided it'd be funny to make an indy comment about their adventures in space. Just for a little something extra we made them catgirls and we put together an indy comic for Pittsburgh comicon. The webcomic grew out of that, and we've just been having fun with it ever since.

    It's kind of a combination story strip and joke strip. Our storylines run twice a week (mondays and thursdays) and take several months to complete, but we try to spread at least a little humor into each strip. In addition, every saturday, we have a one panel joke strip, in the vein of the Farside or Family Circus, that shows another look at some character from the strip. And on top of that, every once in a while I post pics of the models that the comic is based on, because, really, who doesn't like to see pretty girls in the blog of their favorite comic strip.

    Hellcats year 2, episode 5

    Hellcats year 2, episode 14

    I hope everyone enjoys it. Please drop us a comment on the strip or send us an email (address on the site) and let us know what you think.

    • CommentAuthorhexink
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Evening, all. My name's Wes, I normally do non-comic art, but the sequential media bug bit me on the arse end a couple years ago and I've not been the same since. Right now I do an urban fantasy webcomic (not a lot of those out there, are there?) set in an anachronistic Big Band/WWII New York: HEX'D (warning: the current page is pinup filler art while I orchestrate a complicated move to Chicago...potentially NSFW if your boss is uptight)

    I was originally working on this as an experiment to learn how to do manga-style screentoning, but I recently decided to just go ahead and do it in color, it's almost less work and looks nicer online anyway. Older pages aren't up to snuff, they'll be replaced this summer.

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    • CommentAuthorsilvercat
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Dunno if this will work...

    I do a sorta-weekly webcomic called Up at Silvercat's. There's only three strips up so far, but as soon as I have a moment of free time (next week), I'll be making up for the last two or three weeks and hopefully getting a backlog as well.

    It's here. I'll be starting up a Thundercats fancomic called Thunderkitties soon as well; it'll be hosted at the same place (I'll probably end up alternating the comics).
    • CommentAuthordarrylayo
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Good morning,

    I'm doing two webcomics at this time. They are Little Garden and [Press (A) To Talk].

    Little Garden is an ongoing series of nonsequential vignettes concerning the daily lives of a group of forest-dwelling monsters. Watch as they farm, play music, sit around and have a good time:


    Little Garden is currently updating daily (seven days) and will continue to do so until about June or so. When the dailies run out, I've got some nice bonus treats for the readers. So stay tuned!

    The other project is [Press (A) To Talk], which is a series of strips and short stories about romance, psychic warfare, coffeehouses and diners:


    [Press (A) To Talk] is scheduled for Monday-Wednesday-Friday updates at present.

    Thanks for checking it out!