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      CommentAuthorSantapau
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    My webcomic is called The Secret Knots. It's a collection of short stories. This is an excerpt from the latest one, "Music and Pie" which is mostly about musical appreciation.
    Music and Pie - The Secret Knots
    I update erratically but you can subscribe via rss or twitter, etc.

    The Secret Knots
    • CommentAuthoreliopoulos
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    I've been doing a daily webcomic for almost a year and a half. It's about a boy, two aliens and a miniature Grim Reaper.

    www.miserylovessherman.com

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    • CommentAuthorpjperez
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    You people are doing some amazing work. Andre, Pitch Black is hilarious. I love the simplicity.

    I launched a weekly webcomic about a month ago called The Utopian. On the outset, it appears to be about an emo-ish high school senior frustrated with the popularity contests and hypocrisy surrounding him in his nondescript suburban American high school. But unexpected events are going to turn things around pretty soon.

    Good evening, sheep

    Would love it if you folks wanted to, you know, head to the first page and get engaged. Nifty things are coming soon, including the usual violence, attempted rape, hate crimes, dementia and, you know, otherworldly beings. I update two to four pages every Wednesday. Come along. And thanks.
    • CommentAuthorpjperez
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    Eliopoulos, don't you have enough to do? Bastard.
    • CommentAuthorRaz
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009 edited
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    Aimeski, Evil Girl Genius! is my labor of love, and she is about a year old now, awww...ostensibly it's updated once a week, but at the moment I am sans scanner after an interstate move, so the schedule is probably gonna be thrown out a bit until I buy a new one...

    Basically it's just really offensive low-brow humor, eh. Observe:




    And if you like her, there is even a facebook fan page! How exciting! :D
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      CommentAuthorMikeLuoma
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    My webcomic is a long form comic book called "Panthea Obscura" Steven Grant recently reviewed it at CBR, said it "...reminds me of some of the better independent comics published in the late 70s..."

    Here's a page:
    Panthea Obscura #4 Page 11
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    Suburban Panic!

    It kind of winds up being about whatever's on my mind.

    BTW,

    Also, I sometimes throw in random gags.

    They see me rollin', they hatin'.
    • CommentAuthoraccela
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    Holy cats!! Now I have a whole new set of webcomics to follow, I am loving y'all's stuff!

    I have a webcomic named Survive!! about girls in poofy dresses and hipsters and zombie invasions at survive.visualpink.net

    survive!! page 14
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    I draw one comic and co-write a different one. Because I'm schizoid that way.

    The one I draw is ODYSSEUS THE REBEL, which is written by Steven Grant. Yes, the obvious one. This is a serialized graphic novel, and is presently about 3/4 of the way through it's story. We will print-publish it this fall. Here's a page, in which Odysseus hesitates to accept a generous offer from the Scherian fisherman for a ride home:
    OTR page

    The comic I co-write is ESCAPE FROM TERRA, a sci-fi adventure strip, and a continuing series, which is also co-written by Sandy Sandfort and drawn by LEE OAKS! Here's a sample:
    EFT strip
    • CommentAuthorRaz
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    The I Want to Believe Dalek is awesome, lol :D
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    Hello. I'm Cameron Stewart, I've done a lot of work for DC and Marvel, most recently Seaguy with Grant Morrison, but for the last year and a half I've been writing and drawing my own webcomic called "SIn Titulo" . It's a semi-autobiographical neo-noir mystery thriller, heavily influenced by David Lynch and the tv series "Lost."




    It's also available in French.

    Thanks! Hope you enjoy it.
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      CommentAuthoreroomba
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    It seems like I've posted this here before, but I do a comic called Bug & Worm (http://www.bugandworm.com). Sometimes it's a pixel comic, sometimes it isn't. Examples:

    Blast Off!

    Who ya gonna call?
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    You people are doing some amazing work. Andre, Pitch Black is hilarious. I love the simplicity.


    Thanks, PJ. I really appreciate that.
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      CommentAuthoryorko
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    Josh Hechinger and me are still doing Yon Kuma, a comic about a kid that wrestles bears.

    Bomb Queen's Jimmie Robinson on Yon Kuma:

    "Crazy fun! Josh and Jorge spin Yon Kuma firmly in a world of action and comedy. Bunyan Paulson is a character taking the wrestling sport to new heights -- and we're happy to follow"

    And Steven Grant on Yon Kuma:

    "Josh Hechinger & Jorge Muñoz's Yon Kuma is a energetic take on pro wrestling, mixed with popular manga motifs and done with strong cartooning. Still a bit early to tell where it's going – they're only one chapter and a couple gag pages in – but so far very well done, and much better dynamics than in most print comics, let alone online ones."





    Superfun-fact: the look of the older character in the second image, Is based partially on a Warren Ellis picture from an old Wizard interview, where he looks like a deranged man with some pencils in his hand, I haven't seen that picture in years, and the internets seems to not know the picture i'm talking about. I remember reading that Warren hated that picture.

    so, Yon Kuma, now with some ads but not many.
    • CommentAuthoralicehunt
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    Tracy Williams and I do a webcomic called Goodbye Chains, a Western about a gay Communist and his adventures in domestic terrorism and political philosophy. It updates M-W-F and is maybe 40% complete at this point. (Please forgive the change in artstyle about 70 pages in--I was working with a different artist until then.)

    A sample:



    Most of it is...not like that.
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      CommentAuthornotnancy
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    Started doing daily journal comics with some friends last year and then decided to start posting them on the internets for all to see. The comics mainly just feature snippets from my day and the things I do here in New Orleans, LA.
    Crazy Cat Lady...in the making

    • CommentAuthorBrazen
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    I do three strips that can be seen at www.suscomic.com . Together they update M-F.

    SUS

    Tertiary Education
    • CommentAuthorNickMB
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    Hi, I'm Nick and I too do a webcomic. Mine is about small woolly hats on simplistic MS Paint backgrounds, having very small adventures. It's called Behatted and can be located at http://www.behatted.com. The art is pretty special (and not in the positive context), as I basically can't draw at all, but I felt like telling a story and happened to have a pile of small hats nearby. It's got a fairly metronomic webcomic-esque rhythm of punchlines, but there's a (quite slow-paced) story in there too about hat-detectives investigating a kindapping.

    Enjoy. Here's a small banner:
    Behatted!

    And a sample episode...
    Episode #3 of Behatted...
    • CommentAuthorJax
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    Hey guys! My comic is "Across the Multiverse"...It is one of the comics I do at my webcomic site which you can find at http://www.darkstar-studios.com.

    • CommentAuthorshassinger
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
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    If it's alright I'm going to plug my daughter's webcomic, Emperors of Byzantium, currently nearing page 40.
    She is high school age and "unschools" -- she dropped out to focus on her professional artistic/design pursuits. This is sort of a history project for her. I find it great fun doing the website and lettering for her.
    Emperors of Byzantium: Santa slaps Arius at the Council of Nicea
    Yes, that is Santa Claus slapping a heretic at the Council of Nicea, 324 AD. For real.