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    • CommentAuthorthinkweasel
    • CommentTimeMay 19th 2009 edited
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    Some light weasel humour for you: http://thinkweasel.com
    Think Weasel: learn about Drama Llamas!

    We hope you enjoy Think Weasel!

    Angela & Nick
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    The Asylumantics - http://www.asylumantics.com

    Founded in 1850, Wrenwood Heights Asylum was the crown jewel of the mental health care industry. Years of budget cuts and neglect have left the asylum in a state of disrepair and relaxed security. A situation that the residents take full advantage of on a regular basis.

    This is the story of a group patients inside the walls of Wrenwood and their struggle to get through the day. The longer they live at Wrenwood the more they wonder who is crazier - them or the outside world.

    Examples:

    Butt Burn

    Break Evil

    It's A Gift
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    The Cattle Raid of CooleyComing to this thread a bit late, but here we go. My comic is The Cattle Raid of Cooley, my attempt at adapting the ancient Irish epic Táin Bó Cúailnge without any of that nasty new-age Celtibollocks or Heavy Metal-cover barbarian tat, but plenty of sex and violence.

    We're 41 pages in. Connacht, led by their king Ailill and queen Medb, and their ally Fergus, an exiled Ulsterman, have launched an invasion of Ulster. Watching the border against such an eventuality are sixteen-year-old rookie Cú Chulainn and his charioteer Láeg - only when the army arrived Cú Chulainn had snuck off to see a girl and missed it. He's currently doing his best to harass them as they advance.

    It's drawn in red biro, without pencilling, and updates at a rate of a page a week, every Wednesday.
    • CommentAuthordesi
    • CommentTimeMay 20th 2009
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    Gradually, But With Love - http://www.butwithlove.com

    A hand-drawn style photo webcomic about the elegance and beauty in what might seem monotonous, about the innumerable things that are or will never be, and the quiet dignity in just getting by day after day.



    And also,

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    Hi Guys,

    I'm coming late to the thread but I'd still like to pitch my comic. It's a family friend web comic called Super Siblings. The Super Siblings are a brother and sister with super powers. Conrad uses his for good and Courtney uses her's for bad. What's more they don't know each others secret identity. Check out the web comic and the comic books at SuperSiblingsComics.com





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      CommentAuthorbtobin
    • CommentTimeMay 20th 2009 edited
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    I play host to a down-and-out comic stripper at my blog, brendantobin.blogspot.com. Featured under the tag Rex Tarkleton Showcase, I post the surly Mr. Tarkleton's comic strips whenever he's not on a bender, in jail, or shows up with one. I hope to get him on a tighter regimen in producing these, but unbridled creativity often spawns unpredictable behavior. There's a smattering of my work on there too.

    Rex Tarkleton's "Kind of OK Comics" (hope these image links work):

    Kind Of OK Comics #15

    Kind Of OK Comics #12
    • CommentAuthorTPD
    • CommentTimeMay 20th 2009
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    Movie reviews and comics at The Plot Device. Here are a couple of examples for Alien and Watchmen respectively:

    The Giger Scale

    Who Watches the Wardrobe?
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    This is really more of a journey strip like LITTLE NEMO than it is about telling a story. But there are many things going on the background that will allow you to enjoy reading it several times. I tried some more experimental uses of panel formatting to take absolute advantage of the iPhone as a viewing device. I am the first person to many of the things seen in the strip and I put a lot of work into it.

    Any comments or followup can be forwarded to pulpmessenger.com or twitter.com/kylelatino .

    gtpulpad

    gtpulpad2
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      CommentAuthoryorko
    • CommentTimeMay 24th 2009
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    a quick report,

    Thanks to Webcomics Week and the nod on Warrenellis.com, the stats on Yon Kuma skyrocketed, specially after being in the frontpage of Warren's site, we had more than 5000 visits in a couple of days.

    Also we were approached by a company regarding digital distribution thru phones. We are still working out the details on that one.

    Thanks Warren!
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    My name is Rob King and I am creative director for a company called Storyforge, an online Sci-fi entertainment company. The comic is told in tandem with our online video series "Zerks Log"
    Here's the link to the comic - In the Engine Room.

    Thanks for looking!

    A panel from
    • CommentAuthorDee_Noir
    • CommentTimeMay 26th 2009
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    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    <img src="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_QH1v_G248xY/SWjm4EHPncI/AAAAAAAAAKw/8ZD5qQB1BpE/S1600-R/header.png" alt="bmc banner" />

    <img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v240/mags_s/BMC-20.png" alt="episode 20" />

    Loads more coming soon. That is, as soon as my lovely illustrator finishes her final year economics exams. I hope you enjoy the webcomic and almost feel ashamed to display it alongside these far more competent and superior examples in this wonderful thread. Thanks to everyone who has displayed their work; I've really enjoyed being introduced to all these great webcomics and look forward to checking some more out in detail over the coming days.

    <a href="http://www.boymeetscatgirl.com">BOY MEETS CATGIRL</a>
    • CommentAuthorYeyoDiego
    • CommentTimeMay 31st 2009 edited
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    Do you like GANGSTA SHIT? and ALL KINDS OF ILL SHIT? well, read my webcomic ARTSTAR!!!!

    http://die-go-draw.blogspot.com/
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    After a short break, ACTION OHIO — the webcomic I co-author with artist Paul Salvi for Shadowline/Image Comics — continues today with its fourth thrilling chapter!

    Swing on by, catch up with the first three chapters, and then ride along as we take a trip into the past and discover the origins of our mysterious, Silver Age-inspired Ohio town. Click here to get in on all the Action:

    http://www.shadowlinecomics.com/webcomics/#/actionohio/

    Also, if you haven't seen it, check out this great interview about the strip:

    http://webcomicoverlook.com/2009/01/25/who-are-you-an-interview-with-neil-kleid-action-ohio/

    ACTION OHIO asks what would happen if the comic book industry as we know it today was created to hide the existence of real-life superheroes secretly living in Ohio? It explores detective Andrea Bruce’s private dilemma and the sacrifices she must make in order to save an isolated community struggling to contain its secrets. Choosing between solving a murder and opening a Pandora's Box of evil or putting aside her vendetta to help a group of heroes contain their existence and freedoms, Andrea unfolds the mysteries of a sleepy little town that inspired the Silver Age of comic books and races to find a killer before he forces its inhabitants to reveal themselves and destroy the world.
    • CommentAuthor3!LL
    • CommentTimeJun 4th 2009 edited
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    I know this is a little late to the game but...



    We do webcomics @ Bohemian Zen
    • CommentAuthoruwspub
    • CommentTimeJun 4th 2009
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    Soldiers Frame 1

    This is the first image for my new digital comic, SOLDIERS, which debuts in July. It will be available for free on the web and also for download to iPhone and Google Android. Written by me, with artwork by Space Goat's Martin Montiel and Javier Tartaglia. More preview images available on the site.

    Rob
    www.underwatersamurai.com
    www.soldiersthecomic.com
    • CommentAuthorpjperez
    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2009
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    @TPD - very funny stuff. Think I'll bookmark/subscribe. Lord knows I need to kill a few more minutes of my life each day. :)
    • CommentAuthorgrobles63
    • CommentTimeJun 10th 2009 edited
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    the second page of my web comic
    I started a web comic called Sentinel. Its about a group of kids from the Bronx who encounter a robot sent from space to warn the earth of an impending invasion.
    I set it in the Bronx because that's where I'm from. My influences were Gigantor, The Iron Giant, and all the sci-fi and fantasy stuff I grew up watching and reading.
    The comic can be found at www.sentinelcomic.com
    • CommentAuthorClovis15
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009
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    Work-Study is a webcomic that originally started back in 2001 all by myself. Back then it did not have an update schedule, and slowly puttered along at its own pace. Recently it has changed such that I am only the writer, and a friend of mine is now in charge of the art duties; this change has caused it to now update about twice a month. Taking place on a fictional college university; Work-Study is a tale of Code Red, Elite Booze Agents, Squirrel Armies, Megalomanical Art Directors, Stigmata Holes, Video Games, and more...


    Work-Study - Episode 74


    Work-Study - Episode 80


    Work-Study - Episode 84


    Work-Study - Episode 87

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    I just want to thank Mr. Ellis again for mentioning my webcomic, Nathan Sorry, on his site last week. And I thought I got a nice traffic spike from posting it to this thread back when it started. One sentence about it from Warren himself has given me more than 5x the traffic in that first day. Plus I've gotten a number of people signing up for email alerts when new pages are posted.

    I'm working now to speed up my process so I can try to get on a regular shedule of one page per week.

    Thanks again, Warren!
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    Warren (and the rest of you reprobates),

    Everyone involved with WIDE AWAKE would like to say "thank you" to all of you who checked out our preview chapter. I am also pleased to share the news that the movie option for the webcomic has been picked up. Full details are up at www.wideawakeonline.com

    This development, coupled with several new comic gigs for everyone involved, has delayed our planned start for the ongoing weekly series, but we're in production now and stockpiling chapters to allow for an uninterrupted run.

    All good news and promoting aside, this thread has been a great doorway for web traffic, and we really wanted to express our gratitude to everyone for giving us a look.

    Kudos to the creators here as well. There's quite a bit of brilliance out there, and it's great to see you getting the attention you deserve.

    Brandon (and Eric, David and Mirco)