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    • CommentTimeAug 1st 2009 edited
    You do a webcomic? Tell me about it here. Not more than one or two images, please, or else the thread takes forever to load. Don't forget the bloody link.

    Relax. There are only 7000 members of Whitechapel reading, plus god knows how many drop-ins who aren't registered members.

    Let's get a sense of who's around, for the start of the year. Create me a big list.

    NOTE: this is not for people to list their favourite webcomics. We've done that before. Boring.

    -- W
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    Me and my boyfriend do this adults-only comic called "Five Glasses of Absinthe". He writes, I draw. We're closing in on the end of the first chapter. It's about this thief who steals stuff, and looks utterly fabulous while doing so.

    Start from the beginning here (NSFW). Warning: this is an adult comic, with casual-but-stylish semi-nudity, and occasional kinky sex.
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
    Evelyn faces off against Rawhead in chapter 2,

    I do Celadore over on Zuda. There's two chapters up so far. One is 'The Day Candle' about stopping vampires from living in the sun, and two is 'April May' about capturing a water nymph.

    It's about what happens when a centuries old monster hunter, Celadore, stumbles into the lives of two kids, Evelyn (who ends up becoming a part of the order with Cel) and Sam (who gorged himself unknowingly on healing berries for years and has a 'healing factor' as a result) and the madness that ensues.

    There's also Wax who turns into animals, a half-breed outcast fairy named Ness, and Jams, Celadore's adopted Frankenstein son.

    Chapter 3 begins September 8th. It's a genie story.

    Here it is
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    I have a short 8-pager over at Top Shelf 2.0. It's part of a cycle of Filipino folklore-inspired comics I've been doing.

    It stars a little snake vs a couple of monsters from beginning of the universe. You can read it over HERE.

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    I'm the writer of "The Marvel: A Biography of Jack Parsons" with art by Robin Simon Ng, as well as the Sword and Sandal Epic "Zoroaster in Aethiopia" featuring artwork by an array of artists including Sergio Carrera, Juha Veltti, RH Stewart, Jonathan Wyke, Zak Kinsella and more!
    Both can be found HERE.

    The Marvel: A Biography of Jack Parsons

    Zoroaster in Aethiopia
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    Petra's Call

    Petra’s Call is a flash comic about a young druid girl who will do anything to hear the spirits of the forest so that she can join the war against the cities. When her abilities manifest in an unusual way, they turn out to be more of a curse than a blessing.

    It's got girls riding dinosaurs, dinosaurs fighting robots and a healthy splash of teen angst.

    It's my own little experiment in online comics - playing with interactivity, pacing and networked story/world information.

    Petra's Call is updated every Tuesday at
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    Dwarves from the fantasy story webcomic

    Fantasy Story is a pulp fantasy , Adventure, fun for all ages webcomic, I write it, draw in, and take a lot of imput from readers. mostly from twitter

    Read the comic:


    Thanks MR Ellis for letting us share our stuff here.
    • CommentAuthorGregCarter
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
    I'm the writer and executive producer of two comics currently running online.

    First is PERFECT AGENT, the story of a killer who is very good at her job. Plenty of action. Artist is the lovely and talented Stephanie O'Donnell.
    Perfect Agent

    And the other is ABANDON: FIRST VAMPIRE, the story of the first vampire in present day. She's trying to keep up with a new world and old enemies. An action-romance comic. Artist is the lovely and talented Elliot Dombo.
    Abandon: First Vampire
    • CommentAuthorJEFFSJ
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    Hi there. My name is Jeff and I write a webcomic called Jonny Subconscious. I post a new strip every Monday and you can read it here, here or here. Jonny Subconscious is also featured monthly in a super-awesome arts magazine called Dangerous Ink. Thanks for the opportunity Warren.
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    I write a weekly updated webcomic with artist Andrew Sides called BORDER CROSSINGS.

    BORDER CROSSINGS is a dark marine fantasy where a salvage submarine’s strange crew must redefine freedom for their drowned world. Here are two page examples
    (WARNING: may not be work friendly):

    BORDER CROSSINGS Page example 1
    BORDER CROSSINGS page example 2

    If you prefer comparisons it’s Firefly, Labyrinth and Perdido Street Station in a nautical steampunk mash-up. The story is also an allegory for the modern era of globalization.

    Venetia Toco falls through a portal to another world in a surfing accident. The place she ends up in is mostly oceanic, with only one remaining island. Strong economic disparity exists between the intelligent marine races and the remaining “air-breathers.” These different ethnicities have one thing in common: they all fetishize artifacts from Earth. Why? Because anything from Earth (bullets, chunks of wood, even human beings) can invoke special powers from ancient symbols called graphemes. Before the undead border patrol can capture her, a cuttlefish-shaped salvage submarine named The Rhizome retrieves Venetia. She joins the ship’s crew of odd displaced beings, led by the provocative radical Captain M.P. Skulker.

    Please visit BORDER CROSSINGS at
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    I'm running MORGAN a page-a-week with my illustrator-accomplice, Byrne Negron, at Runes of Gallidon. The site is a fantasy world designed for creative collaboration. Creative Commons, user-generated, editor-approved content.
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    A few months ago I put of a small anthology of comics I wrote and worked with other artists on. They're all meant to be a darkly funny look at how the promises of new technology never quite live up to what we want. The collection, entitled "Same Old Future" is up at

    Flying Cars Page 1

    Just Imagine It Page 1

    I'm actually working on more pieces for the series and I'm always looking for artists to collaborate with. Older webcomic projects are also up at
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    Thanks Warren!

    I'm producing two webcomics currently:

    Over, an edgy romantic comedy online GN...Sort of a cross between "Chasing Amy" and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." It tells the story of an indy comic book writer who makes a graphic novel recounting every painful detail of a failed relationship. Convinced he’s created a work of staggering relevance and romantic brilliance, he expects the book to bring him fame, fortune, a visit to Oprah’s couch, and possibly even his ex back. Unfortunately, the graphic novel is completely unpublishable, and threatens to destroy his other relationships, career, and chance at finding love again.
    Panel from Tyler James' Over

    Recommended for Mature Readers. (We'll take the immature as well.)
    Over updates Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at

    Tears of the Dragon is a fantasy epic written by me, drawn by Koko Amboro and colored by Paul Little. TOTD tells the story of a well-traveled Old Man and his two young grandchildren taking a long journey. To pass the time, the old man spins a grand tale of swords and sorcery, dragons and demons, revenge and redemption, and above all…love.
    Tears of the Dragon

    Tears of the Dragon updates Tuesdays at
    Approved (by me) for all audiences.
    • CommentAuthorTnklb
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    I write a little webcomic called Mr. Crimson which is about a pulp-era superhero that has been kidnapped into the future. Sort of The Shadow by way of Buck Rodgers.

    Mr. Crimson
    the mayor
    • CommentAuthorPrestwick
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    I write a webcomic called Hard Graft which is drawn by Argentinian artist Germán Erramouspe. It is set in the present day and is currently in somewhere between Afghanistan and Pakistan following a hard man on a job and an American journalist caught up in the middle:

    Page one

    page 6
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
    Since last time Warren started a this thread (and then very kindly mentioned my comic on I've gotten a ton of traffic that has helped inspire me to up my output to about a page a week. Nathan Sorry is now up to page 21. It's about a guy who should have been in the World Trade Center on 9/11 but instead manages to disappear with a new identity and a lot of stolen money. It's a story about identity, adultery, paranoia, murder and lots of other things. Here's some sample pages:

    Nathan Sorry page 16

    Nathan Sorry page 20
    • CommentAuthorMoochava
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    Alright, another one of these threads!

    I just set up--as in, about 15 minutes ago--my new comic, called The Water Phoenix King, a fantasy story set in the parts of a fantasy world that none of the cool people visit. Here's the first (rather dreadfully serious) page:

    The Water Phoenix King

    I also finished my other comic, Broken Space, a few weeks ago. I posted it in the last one of these threads, but if you're looking for a completed science-fantasy comic, it might be up your alley:

    Broken Space

    And now to read everyone's comics.
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    One comic a day, every week. Resuming August 17th, which is the week I get back to my computer and can start lettering this stuff again.

    DOSE - As seen above. Humor and satire.

    HEIST - World's greatest supervillain gets hired to break into the headquarters of the heroes who, heretofore, don't know he exists.

    The best thieves not only never get caught; they never get detected

    HANNIBAL GOES TO ROME - Follow the Carthaginian general and his elephants in their mission to liberate the world!

    INVISIBLE, INC. - A reporter uncovers a conspiracy of supervillains that has been secretly ruling the world for decades.
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    @ Prestwick -- ah, is that what German is up to these days? Lovely stuff. He'd done part of a DOSE story for me, the one non-funny piece, called "Strychnine Kiss." I love everything he does.
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    I recently launched my latest webcomic endeavor, Magpie Luck, about a lady time traveler and her sentient-gas-cloud companion. They travel around Earth's timeline, delivering messages between the eras. It's a humor strip with an ongoing plot. Updates Tuesdays and Thursdays.

    Magpie Luck