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    The continuing adventures of myself and my good lady Anna, Ellerbisms updates twice a week.
    • CommentAuthorzcotty
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009 edited
    Wow! a lot of stuff here! My name is Scott Austin and I'm the creator of Heroes inc. It takes place in a world where the Allies of WWII lost the war and superheroes are believed to be nothing more than pulp fiction. Until suddenly the world is shocked by alarming reports of super villains emerging around the globe to terrorize and wreak havoc.

    Golden age heroes come back to fight these new/old enemies.

    You can read it at:

    Bob Benton / The Black Terror
    • CommentAuthorJoeSoar
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
    I write and draw

    Some Assembly Required! at !

    It's mostly about some friends that get into crazy adventures. The current story that is on its way out is about the group trying to save Squid Connery, a giant squid with the head of Sir Sean Connery of Scotland. Check it out!

    Page 80 of my comic!
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    My website has a daily comic strip called I Fight Crime. It's about 2 guys who work in a comic shop and for some reason there are monsters. The website itself is for a comic about a dinosaur with a gun which is basically the ultimate intersection on the Venn diagram of cool and functional.

    The 37th strip of I Fight Crime.

    Read more, including archives at
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
    I write and produce the occasional Web comic "Not Dolls".

    Basically, I unbox toys (including rarities) and use them to set up sequences that make fun of fanboy tropes. So I get a bit of hate mail.

    Not Dolls, an occasional Web comic from Adam Creighton (Professional Creative).

    To be clear, I am an adult who plays with toys and makes a comic out of that. This is not a comic strip using adult toys (though having written that down, I think that would likely make a compelling entry).
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    Hi, I'm Bob, I write @gnosis! w/ art by Marcelino Balao III
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    Lot of neat stuff on here.

    Hey, my name's Kyle, and my comic is called Unicorn Tears, it's been going since mid-March, and updates Mondays and Thursdays. It's primarily about dysfunctional relationships, the twenty-odd-year-old sorts who have managed to completely avoid adulthood, yet somehow manages to feature cult-like shopping centers and biblical plagues. It has a story, so your best bet is starting from the beginning.

    But I mean, you don't have to. If you're really opposed to that for some reason.

    It motivates broken hearts.  Or tries.
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2009
    I write a webcomic called Lord Buttersnatch's Fairy Detective Troop, but Adrien's very gorgeous artwork is the reason to check it out (and the reason we update slowly). There's a lot of noir influence on the work as well as hefty amounts of punk rock and Shakespeare. The story deals with titular detective, a bitter and lost gnome, searching for vanished pixies in the decaying streets of Arcadia City. The tattered aftermath of A Midsummer Night's Dream might also play a role.
    act I scene ii page 5act I scene ii page 6
    • CommentAuthorshawncook
    • CommentTimeMay 15th 2009 edited
    A little late to the party but I'll toss my hat in the ring. My brother and I do a few webcomics together over at Cook Bros. Comics Our newest comic is called Stick Shift and it's an action/comedy set in the near future about a racing series similar to Death Race 2000. Our "silver Age" comic is a comedic space opera called Blast Asteroid and the Space Patrol and it's about a goofy space captain and his ragtag crew's adventures. We like to have fun with our comics and hope anyone who checks them out gets a chuckle or two. At least once a year we'll collect our works into minicomics and hand them out at Megacon in Orlando, FL or various LCBS. Thanks for reading!

    My Twitter: Shawn_Cook

    Stick Shift the Webcomic:

    Stick Shift the Webcomic

    Blast Asteroid and the Space Patrol:

    Blast Asteroid and Space Patrol
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    I'm David Gallaher. I write HIGH MOON. Steve Ellis draws it. Scott O. Brown letters it. It currently runs on Zuda. It's the story of an unchanging man in a changing time who is faced with the decision to live like a beast or die like a man.

    This is a preview of the art:


    The trade paperback, due out in October, collects the first three seasons of the series.

    We update four new pages every Monday. The story is best enjoyed in FULL SCREEN mode.
    You can find the series at:

    - David
    • CommentTimeMay 15th 2009 edited
    Odori Park, a webcomic tale of east marries west, by Chris Watkins, at

    Odori Park :: PB&J

    Odori Park follows Arisa & Colin, a young international--she's Japanese, he's American--couple who own a used bookstore, and their relationships with each other, their toddler son, friends, family, and the shrinking world.
    The comic updates Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with blog posts--frequently about Japanese culture--posted intermittently in between.
    Thanks for taking a peek!

    --Chris Watkins
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    I'm almost sure I've mentioned it before but nevertheless...

    The Profane Comedy of Audley Strange.
    It's a long form story adventure of a particularly thick cake obsessed demon who happens to be a deeply selfish eight year old girl who decides to kill Satan and thus get fired from her job in inhuman rescources for gross misconduct. It's mostly a satire but with a garnish of vile characters, occult thought and outright blasphemy.

    It's been going on regularly for about 4 years. I update between 3 to five times a week.

    Here's a couple of samples.
    Kevinel and the Shock doctor


    Come join the "fun" @
    • CommentAuthoroysterboy
    • CommentTimeMay 15th 2009 edited
    I do a horror/romance webcomic competing right now on DC COMICS' webcomic inprint

    It is not an ongoing series yet, but with hopefully enough votes and support this month it will be.

    You can see it at

    And if you're interested in reading more, please take a minute to sign up and vote for it. It's free and they don't send junk mail or anything.
    Even rating the comic and adding it to your favs will help to decide if it becomes a series.

    I hope you like it, and would love to hear your thoughts on it either here or on the talkback below the comic!
    It would be a dream come true to win this opportunity and I can guarantee I'll be investing all the time and energy I have into making it something special. :)

    Thanks for checking it out.




    (Thanks guys for explaining the posting of images to me >.< )
    • CommentAuthorDAJB
    • CommentTimeMay 15th 2009 edited
    @ Oysterboy: Just type [img] url of image [/img] (Except all without spaces!)

    Edited by Ariana: No, not so much, sorry -- we're not on a bb board. To post images, just hit the "img" button at the top of the post box and plug in the url of the image (the address of the image, not the page it's on. It needs to end in .jpg, .gif, or .png).
      CommentAuthorAdam Lucas
    • CommentTimeMay 15th 2009
    I've been working on a sci-fi web comic
    for a bit called GOLDILOCK.

    I've made a Trailer for it which you can find at my blog as well as lots more alien fun:

    And here's a few panels and characters.
    A few panels from Goldilock
    Two characters from Goldilock.
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    3 otaku go to Japan to meet their favorite TV superhero and end getting becoming a part of otaku culture themselves. Its The Simpsons meets Godzilla.

    Available for free on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Click below to read now:
    Chapter 1. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4 out last week of May. Find out more at or @crispycomics on Twitter.


    We'll be in the Small Press section at this Summer's San Diego Comic-Con so come by and see us and tell us you saw it here at Whitechapel!
    • CommentTimeMay 16th 2009
    Erik again: go on, don`t stop posting! Neihter do I.
    So here is Urd again in a 1920s Style. See more on
    deae ex machina 3
    • CommentAuthorLaburrini
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009
    Hey pals!
    Jeez, I didn't even know that there are SO MANY webcomics on this world.

    Anyway, here's mine. It's called "Life Ain't No Pony Farm" and it's semiautobiographical.
    I just started today, but I will update the english version every Tuesday!
    There's more on
    Thanks everybody!

    Life Ain't No Pony Farm
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009
    ‘My Chronic Insomnia’ is where I distill the essence of my surreality. It's semi-autobiographical in nature, and insane in the telling.

    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009

    Bonom got a chuckle out of me firest thing in the morning. This is a near impossibility.