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    • CommentAuthorwendybird
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Hi, I make a webcomic called The Elves of LleuGarnock. It updates twice weekly and is an epic fantasy story with a down-to-earth feel. Here's one of my favorite pages:

    I also draw and co-write the graphic novel Dragon's Fall. It's an urban fantasy with dragons in disguise. It takes a long time to draw so it only comes out bi-weekly.
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Drunk Elephant is amazing! first great find so far!
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2009
    Hi, my german webcomic is called Deae ex machina, its a monthly timetravel-fantasy which tells the adventures of the three nordic goddesses Urd, Skuld and Verdandi.
    At you can find more than 100 pages, an online-studio including the making-of with layouts, scribbles & scetches and a blog. Enjoy.

    Greetings from Germany

    eriks deae ex machina
    • CommentAuthorseanhexed
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009

    Sean Hexed, here. I do a bit of a thing called A Gross of Goblins. Posted weekly every Wednesday midnight. I hope there's a few of you that like it!

    Click to visit A Gross of Goblins! Click to visit A Gross of Goblins! Click to visit A Gross of Goblins!
    (I know the rules said "one or two" but they're small.)

    I just got the RSS feed stuff up a while back, for those that like to feed the RSSes.

    There's also a LiveJournal feed HERE.

    And, of course, you can find the Goblins on MYSPACE and FACEBOOK, if you're into that sort of thing.


    • CommentAuthortweep
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009 edited
    Hello, I make a webcomic called Tweep. It updates every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Here's an interview about it, from Comixtalk.

    Comic for 01/28/09
    Comic for 05/13/09
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    There is some gorgeous stuff here, people.

    I love webcomics week.
    • CommentAuthorj hiro
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009
    I Love Stupid is my full-color humor strip, with sarcastic, ironic, twisted, awkward and random humor. Topics vary between current events, pop culture, technology, gaming, social behaviors, and whatever else pops into my head. I'm currently updating twice a week.

    sample comic of few words
    comic based on ambiguous traffic sign

    sample comic of many words, about emo bloggers
    comic based on emo bloggers
    • CommentAuthorSarahE
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009
    Zombie-Cow, is exactly what it sounds like. Set in Lubbock TX (please read as a cross between an actual city and shit-kicker central) where a group of friends try their best not be eaten alive by cows that now enjoy brains.

    Here's page one.

    Cows, Zombie Cows

    We update Fridays (for the most part).
    • CommentAuthorSeanazz
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009 edited
    Necessary Monsters is a web to print comics by Daniel Merlin Goodbrey and Sean Azzopardi.
    Parts 1-4 are online, with the final chapter beginning next week. Regular updates on Mondays and Wednesdays.
    It has lots of scary things going on, so ask your mum before you read it.

    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009
    FUT MISO is a webcomic (updated every Wednesday) by Michel Fiffe on Act-i-vate (updated every day). Every Fut Miso installment is pretty different. It ranges from Throbbing Gristle show reviews:


    ... to everything else...


    xoxo Fiffe
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009
    What a collection! No words.
    But I forgot to show one the goddesses of this one is Urd, the first of the three Fates or Norns or goddesses of destiny. Her job is to know everything about the past of Midgard. Unfortunaly she got no idea about the future. See more.
    deae ex machina 2
    • CommentAuthordemian
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009
    Mighty Epic is my webcomic about two knights out on an epic quest for — well, they don't really remember what for. They couldn't pay attention because they were so excited about getting a quest. But they will complete their task for they are knights!

    I update 3-4 pages every Thursday at 8am my time (Pacific USA). Here's a sample of this Thursday's story:

    mighty epic

    I started doing this recently because of two things: I read that Lewis Trondheim made a 500 page comic just to teach himself how to make comics; and I am a freelancer with a lot of free time these days. I don't know if it'll go to 500 pages, but it is fun to do. The link brings you to the table of contents, so you can start at the beginning.

    I hope you like it. As an added bonus, there are two film quotes in this Thursday's episode. The first person to comment with the two movies they are from, wins a print of this:


    It's 4x6 inches printed on nice archival paper with quality inks. Postage is covered, you don't have to come by my place to pick it up or anything.

    - Demian
    perpetrator of MIghty Epic
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    HI, I'm Tricia Lupien, and I draw and write Swiftriver. I publish it twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays, except when I don't. I've been publishing for three months, so it's an excellent time to catch up and read the archives.

    Swiftriver follows Bowie Swiftriver, an ex-thief, as he tries to settle back into his life in Boston. Sadly, things rarely go smoothly, and he's convinced that he's going crazy, due to some weird hallucinations he's been having. He's just found out that it's not all in his head, and finding out that these things are real may be even worse.

    Scotch and Soda
    Food Fight

    Thanks for doing this, Warren. I hope some of your readers like this!

    --Tricia Lupien
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009
    This is an insanely eye-opening thread. I can't believe how much fabulous work is being done in the field of webcomics. Some seriously amazing stuff.....
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009
    Wow. Seriously impressive stuff. Guess I know where the next few hours are going...

    To throw in my own - I do the webcomic Azure over on Zuda. It's a post-cataclysmic romp through a world where are cities are on the ocean floor and earth has become a watery grave for most. The story is told through Emily's eyes as she explores under and above the waters of the world in her submersible, Pearl. Girls, guns, cool tech, and some crazy underwater environments.


    Azure Wallpaper:
    Azure Wallpaper

    Azure Page 28 Panel 4
    Azue page 28 panel 4
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    Urk, you guys are giving me a serious inferiority complex.

    But, uh, hey. I'm T.D. Ward. I write and illustrate Fledgling. I haven't been posting the pages for too long, but Fledgling is a comic that's about three years in the making. It updates Tuesdays and Thursdays, because it seems like no one else does.

    It's a somewhat surreal comic set quite a while from now, where the human race is nearing extinction and aliens have altered the evolution of mammals. It follows the last days of a convict and his victim as they flee from a world that wants them both dead.

    page eight

    Read it!
    • CommentAuthortbowl
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009 edited
    Wow. I've seen some very excellent webcomics so far. I normally don't do this, but here's an episode of my webcomic TBOWL, or The Best of What's Left. I've been working on it for about 3.5 years. It's about a Paladin in the future trying to get a new team together to survive. I hope you like it.

    tbowl Ep110
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    I swear, this thread is going to make me give up sleep.

    I posted the links a while back, but now we're back to weekly updates (Thursday/Fridays) at WanderLand. The story itself has been described as two men getting hauled out of their already-notably interesting lives into a long and messed-up journey, a little like Quantum Leap meets X-Files. I co-write and tackle the art, and we're just getting past exposition and world-building and into the fun stuff... like zombies and hitting people with sticks and swearing a lot. This is a preview for page four of the current chapter, which will hit the website in two weeks:

    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009 edited
    Helloooo. This thread is amazing. Why haven't I heard of some of these comics?! I already read at least a ton.

    I have two webcomics. Both are incredibly long-form story comics, because I'm a masochist. What can I say - I love them both.

    Millennium page 2

    Millennium is a full color fantasy/adventure webcomic drawn to satisfy the world-creating and adventuring part of me, with monsters and ideas hailing all the way from my grade school days. It's intended to be a lighthearted, humorous journey. It's short so far, despite its 5+ year history - it restarted last year and has yet to pass its sixth page and a somewhat informative vague and confusing prologue introduction, but since planning and scripting is far ahead of that it's well on its way to becoming what I've been wanting it to be. :D

    Its old archives of about 120 pages are still available on the site in full. I'm still fond of the old version - it's just not what it should be for the direction I began wanting to take!

    None of the characters have been reintroduced in the new version yet, but they will be in a few more pages - oooo.

    Read from the start! It updates on Fridays every fortnight, in theory.

    LOVEFEAST page 24

    LOVEFEAST is "a supernatural mature action/drama webcomic about gods of death". It focuses on relationships, and also action. I haven't read enough comics with such a strange dynamic between fighting and relationships, so I thought, heck, why not.

    I love its characters (the main one was just introduced, in a way), and I've been scrambling to finish the random little intro story (sooo close) so I can get to drawing the actual story. So far it's taken well over a year, and it's been an interesting learning experience for various reasons. Now for the good stuff, huh?

    Read from the start! Updates every Tuesday.

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    Ooo! Plug time. My name is Corey, and I have a webcomic. When I don't draw comics I draw for the television cartoons here in Los Angeles.

    My comic is called "Turnpike," and it's a comedy horror based on a real highway in Florida. It is an anthology series, with stories that are self-contained. There are some intertwining elements, like the villains of the comic who we will see with the next storyline. It's still young. Only two stories and a couple one-pagers are up. I enjoy the strange, paranormal, weird and imaginative, and hope you do too. This comic does not glorify some aspect of young adult or nerd culture either.

    If you like it there's an RSS feed to subscribe to. Updates are Wednesdays and Saturdays. is also a working domain that's easier to remember.