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    • CommentAuthorDoM
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2009
     (5814.241)
    Bonom - Gag 11
    Bonom - Gag 21

    Bonom is an experimental minimalist comic's research : wordless, b&W, no background, and almost no story :
    only variations on a character, bonom, lost in the space and time of the comic's panel.
    More than 35 gags allready online, and a new one each week.
    • CommentAuthorDrDeranged
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
     (5814.242)
    I'm Doc from Deranged Comics. Right now, I'm working on a web comic called (you guessed it) Deranged. It's a semi-autobiographical tale that's more true than I care to admit. I currently have one contributor as well; "Glitch" by Halo. Which can also be seen on the main page.

    Here is a sample promo ad that I used to spread the word about my web site opening and features a character that has come to be the mascot for Deranged Comics...



    Hope to see you there.
  1.  (5814.243)
    I am Nate Bramble, indie cartoonist behind the comic strip Hermit Hill. My comic strip is an ongoing humorous webcomic about a geezer recluse dealing with the world ... or trying not to.

    Hermit Hill the Comic Strip

    Hermit Hill Comic Strip
    Hermit Hill Comic Strip
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      CommentAuthorLaroquod
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
     (5814.244)
    I don't know about everybody else, but navigating through a giant variety of other people's web presentations has helped me to understand what are the common elements that should never be missing, and made glaringly urgent a few improvements of my own I had been putting off. For one thing, my actual comic RSS feed is a little bit buried. For another thing, my 'First' link is perhaps confusingly named. Etc.
    • CommentAuthorDAJB
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
     (5814.245)
    Shades

    Shades is a character-driven graphic novel dealing with the problems of a group of UK superheroes as they try to come to terms with their role in the modern world. Their conflict therefore mirrors the dilemmas confronting the UK in the real world. In creating the UK superheroes we have tried to avoid the traps of simply dressing US style heroes in the Union Flag (e.g. Captain Britain), resorting to parody (Superman: True Brit) or borrowing sterotypes from a Mediaeval theme restaurant (e.g. Shining Knight)! The intention is that the characters should be believable as real individuals who were actually born in the UK and whose personalities have been shaped by the experience of living here.

    Shades is written by David A J Berner (that's me!). The artwork for the Prologue and Chapters 1 - 8 is by Harsho Mohan Chattoraj. The artwork for Chapters 9 onwards is by E.C. Nickel, with colours by Muamal Khairi. The pages below are Page 9 and Page 11 of Chapter 10.

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    • CommentAuthorJigsy Q
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009 edited
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    Well mine is a hopeful web-comic now competing on zudacomics.com. It's about a gang of criminals in 1890's Brooklyn. If you like Victorian New York gutter slang, then vote for it now!

    Beertown B'hoys

    or visit the blog



    • CommentAuthorjcbender
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009 edited
     (5814.247)
    I have two comics I am looking to get off the ground. My day job gets in the way though. Any suggestions as how to get things moving are welcome.

    I Hope I Die on the Way 2 Work

    Squeak and Bun Bun
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    Yes, I have a webcomic. It's called POLIPHONIC. Here's page 01:

    Poliphonic 001

    POLIPHONIC's english version are here and here
    • CommentAuthorOddcult
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
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    @ Dom - that's beautiful. Rare to see physical comedy that uses the comics form so well. It really works.
    • CommentAuthorRick714
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009 edited
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    ...from one my ComicSpace galleries:



    http://www.comicspace.com/rickjlundeen/
    • CommentAuthorRick714
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
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  3.  (5814.252)
    Hey gang! I'm Jenn Jordan, co-author of Darwin Carmichael is Going to Hell.

    Darwin Carmichael has a problem. Due to an unfortunate incident involving some intense snogging, an unbalanced high chair, and a framed image of the Buddha, he acquired a massive karmic deficit. Long story short, he’s going to go to Hell. Darwin doesn’t particularly want to go to Hell, so he’s doing everything he can to save his immortal soul.

    Managing his complete karmic rehabilitation, a soul-crippling day-job in financial aid counseling, life in a ridiculously gentrified, rent-inflated neighborhood, and a pack of free-loading stoner angels is tricky, to say the least.

    His best friend, Ella Fitzgerald, the daughter of saints with good karma to burn, coaches Darwin on saving his soul. His 2000 year old pet manticore, Skittles, provides moral support, the wisdom of the ancients, and fluffy hugs. Darwin must contend with his obnoxious roommate—art student and suspected alien Matt Westbury—but there’s also his friendly minotaur landlord, Patrick, who drinks Darwin’s beer and fixes the sink.

    Photobucket
    • CommentAuthorJigsy Q
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
     (5814.253)
    I love that art style.
    • CommentAuthormwallace
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
     (5814.254)
    I'm Mitch Wallace and I do a comic called Zoo Street. It's about a power struggle between 6 animals in a zoo, with a growing cast, and most story arcs involve silliness, mayhem and a small stretch of reality, or not. It updates twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
    We find out where Elephant gets his boat. #156
    Tiger tries to sell Seal bottled water. #144

    Cheers
    • CommentAuthorepalicki
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
     (5814.255)
    Hello. I'm Eric. I write The Undertaker's Daughter, illustrated by Wendell Cavalcanti.



    Each four-page story is self-contained, but loosely joined together by an ongoing narrative. I publish them to the web sporadically, as I am currently a slave to Wendell's busy schedule. (The inconsiderate bastard went and got himself married this year, which only added to my headache.)

    I've also published a number of other one-off and ongoing webcomics to my website. Follow the links, below, or check them out on the right side of my site's main page.

    The Undertaker's Daughter: Chapter One, Chapter Two, Chapter Three, Chapter Four, Chapter Five, Chapter Five-Point-Five.

    "Touch" (w/ artist Rich Lee)

    Corduroy Road #1 (w/ artist Dion Hamill)

    Broken Boulevard #1 (w/ artist Wendell Cavalcanti)

    Thanks!
    • CommentAuthorJigsy Q
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
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    Wow. Lots of great art styles!
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      CommentAuthorRobBray
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
     (5814.257)
    Hi, I'm Rob. I write The Pen, a comic following the staff and inmates at Wentworth Ridge Penitentiary - a prison for superpowered criminals.

    Here's a page from the first issue:
    The Pen: Rob Bray and Randy Valiente
    The Pen is illustrated by Randy Valiente - so far we have 4 24-page issues completed which can be viewed online or downloaded as PDF files. Issue 5 is nearly finished and should be up next week.

    cheers
    • CommentAuthorjulianlytle
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009 edited
     (5814.258)
    I do a webcomic called Ants. Its an urban based humor strip commenting pop culture. I do everything myself. And it updates every thursday.
    ants.julianlytle.com

    Vocoder
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    Back from sabbatical. Late, late, late.

    Currently: KINGDOM, suicide:





    Alternating, batch to batch, with PINK DOG.
    • CommentAuthorRick714
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009 edited
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