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    • CommentAuthorKaneLynch
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    Just read "plan B!" and really dug it. Thanks for sharing, Mitz!

    I recently finished a comic called "Laika-23," a scifi slapstick comedy. The first part of the story is a 22 page comic, and then it's continued in a live action short film.

    I'm working on a new graphic novel...more on that next time.
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    This thread is gold.
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    TEAM MUMMY - Updated Every Once in a While!!

    Ch. I - MR MASK

    words and pictures etc. all done by me, Chris Graves. And presented online rather crappily because I am rather busy.

    Hope you dig it, the printed volume containing the first three chapters is on the way soon, probably.

    'rella, page 'leven

    Ninjarella - p.12

    please love us
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    I've been doing a webcomic for the last few years called TJHS 1987. Imagine Calvin & Hobbes in middle school...without Hobbes. No, works! Find it at

    TJHS 1987

    I also do a daily strip about my daughters...It's there, too. Now, to check out the other comics on this thread...
  2.  (5814.125)
    Hello everyone;

    I'm coming onto close to a year with my Fantasy webcomic, Dungeon Legacy, even though I've been creating webcomics for the last four years. Check it out and tell me what you think.

    Nogi Unchained

    Paladin Fortress
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    Does anybody really read all of this thread? I just skimmed it and found more good stuff than I can read in a week! I don't dare to read it all!

    So, here's mine:

    Conny Van Ehlsing, Monster Hunter

    The title really says it all. There's Conny, and she hunts monsters. Oh, and she's six and really not supposed to play with sharp objects. The comic is made up of short stories (up to 8 pages, mostly), and the update schedule is one page a week, every Friday.

    Here's the opening page of the current story:

    I Played with a Zombie!

    And, for the sake of this post, I looked for a self-contained one-pager, but I didn't post any recently, so instead here's a pinup I did between stories (I do that sometimes):

    What now?
  3.  (5814.127)

    Here is my webcomic from New Zealand


  4.  (5814.128)
    @Matthew Emery - Those two are hilarious.
  5.  (5814.129)
    @Vaehling - LOVE that pinup. Great idea!
    • CommentAuthorFred Boot
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    Hello !

    Shaobaibai, a famous Chinese detective, is investigating a mysterious case in the wonderful Huang mountains…

    One strip every Tuesday and one bonus every Thursday.

    It starts there :

    Beginning of the adventure of Shaobaibai
    Beginning of the adventure of Shaobaibai
  6.  (5814.131)
    Ah, a webcomics whoring thread. Fabulous. ;)

    I do Sunset Grill, a futuristic webcomic of crime, politics, and really serious drinking. Audience appears to mostly consist of the kind of people who read roleplay setting books and Tolkienesque appendices for fun, which is a revelation: previously I had thought that particular vice was mine alone. The art is godawful, but said audience seems to think the writing makes up for it.

    If it sounds like fun, drop by. Only the cook bites.

    Sunset Grill Page
      CommentAuthorLen Kody
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    Chicago:1968, a webcomic of war, riots, and democracy, runs weekly at the Image/Shadowline website. Our previous artist, Jenny Frison, has moved on. But the super cool and talented Tony Maldonado has just come aboard --

    page 45

    page 46

    page 47
    • CommentAuthorpoxlom
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    Hi all! I do Hellbent. Some one offs and some storyline. Here's a quickie sample of a one off:



    • CommentAuthormightymao
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009

    Featuring weekly installments from a rotating line of comic strips ...




    Stop in and say hi, please. Please please please. I'm so bloody lonely. Boo hoo hoo.

  7.  (5814.135)
    I create a webcomic! Ask Dr. Eldritch is a photocomic about an Ex-Vampire-Killer turned Advice Columnist, living in a Pacific Northwest mansion with an erratic interdimensional portal and a Troll living in the basement. Updated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it has over 500 comics in the archive (I recommend starting at the beginning, it will all make more sense). Enjoy!

    Ask Dr. Eldritch Sample Comic
    • CommentAuthor$#!T#E@D
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    • CommentAuthorlukefoster
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009
    My name's Luke, and I do a comic called Moon Freight 3, a black-and-white comedy/sci-fi strip that appears every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. It's a series about what it's like to be a regular guy in the future: not a dashing hero or the greatest starship captain ever, but a regular twentysomething with a dull job in space.

    MF3 sample
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    This thread is marvellous. Keep it coming. Thanks to all.
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    Just started up a new webcomic, as it happens. THE SIXSMITHS is a domestic comedy/drama about a family of Satanists who have fallen on hard times. It's by me and frequent collaborator J. Marc Schmidt, creator of EGG STORY and EATING STEVE from Slave Labor Graphics.

    The Sixsmiths page 1

    THE SIXSMITHS updates on Thursdays. I'd love to update more frequently, but Marc and I are producing an OGN to along with it (which is about 50% complete) and there just aren't enough hours in the day.

    -- Jason Franks
    • CommentAuthorAbs_Moraes
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2009 edited
    'nothing to lose' isn't an ongoing webcomic. it's just a shortstory and you can read it going here. writen by me, drawn&lettered by DS.

    first page of 'nothing to lose' webcomic.

    same with 'end'. not ongoing, short, go here. writen by me, drawn&lettered by Jean Okada.

    first page of 'end' webcomic.