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    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009


    pages from Chapter 3 - NINJARELLA
    'rella, page 'leven

    Ninjarella - p.12
    please love us
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    "Adventures of the Floating Elephant" is up to page 42 as of now.
    I’ll admit it’s best read as a whole and not one page at a time as I am posting it, but that’s what I chose to do! I’ve got some 60 more pages to go.


    Read it from the start right here:

    Thank you for your time,
    Tim Hamilton
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    I continue to do Witch Doctor a horror/medical drama comic with Russ Manning Award=nominated artist Lukas Ketner.

    The first issue is available on our website for free.

    And, oh hell, why not? Here's the second issue we released as an ashcan this spring, which Lukas is actually in the process of redrawing before we put the story out there for real. So consider this a Whitechapel exclusive!

    Perhaps you'd like to donate your body to sorcery too while you're at it?

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    I've promoted my horror anthology, Split Lip, here a few times before. We'd been on hiatus stockpiling stories for a lot of this year, but as of about three weeks ago, Split Lip is back with the first of 7 new stories.

    The story, The Cousin of Death, is written by me and drawn by UK artist Gary Crutchley. Below are the first two pages from it. Click to read the story (11 pages posted so far; updates on Sundays). It's our 25th story to date and will push us to close to 300 pages of horror comics.

    Following that, we've got new stories from Anthony Perruzo (multiple stories at Zuda), Sami Makkonen (Deadworld: Slaughterhouse, Blue), Jason Ho (Agnes Quill), and what I believe is the first published comic from my friend, neighbor, and colleague, the painter Josie Morway.

    It's going to be a great fall and winter at Split Lip. Join us for the horror, won't you?

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    Hey Everyone,

    I've got a webcomic called The Talented. It's a mix of a lot of things, but at it's heart I'd consider it to be a neo-noir comic. The whole, double-sized first issue is up for your reading pleasure. You can read it here on issuu or on our main website here. It's written by me and Omar Najam, with artwork by Adrian Rivero and lettering by Ben Rollman.

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    The Eisner-winning Alice Hunt and I do the webcomic, Goodbye Chains, an 1880s western noir of a highly-educated gay communist and his thief friend. Explosions, prostitutes, and family reunions!


    You can read it online at or download the 200-page Act 1 here.

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    Alright time to make with the comik:

    Zombie Years
    Oh crap!

    A Survival-Horror comic that takes place with the back drop of Miami Florida and the mix of races there.
    Starring Frank, on really confused but resourceful survivor. I even did a little explanation here

    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    HI! Some of you that have checked this thread a few times are probably sick of me...

    I do a comic called Thought Crimes ( It's a spice of life comic that updates four days a week. So, read it and please be gentle...I only like my hair gently tugged.

    There's beer!
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    hey All - Wanted to stop by and say that Magnificent Creatures is still chugging along. New comic every Thursday and all - although we're shying away from the Exquisite Corpse methodology for a few weeks for a different kind of corpse, Undead End. Come and check out our fun.

      CommentAuthorRob Bass
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    Will load the image once my webmaster tells me how, but click here for THE NEW ADVENTURES OF JUSTIN TIME & JENNY POWER - EPISODE 16: CHRONONAUT CHAOS!
    • CommentAuthorbobbo
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    I run Not a webcomic per se, but an online collection of old and new work by cartoonist and musician David King. We're archiving old material right now, but new stuff produced for the web is coming.

    This can all be easily explained...
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    Yon Kuma is still going strong over at YonKuma Dot Com.
    The big news for us is that after the last Webcomic Week here at Whitechapel and being featured in WARRENELLIS.COM we received thousands of new visitors and one company offered us a deal for an Iphone/mobile version. That's coming out in September.

    This is the page currently on the front page of our site.

    For those new to Yon Kuma, it's a webcomic written by Josh Hechinger (Comic Book Tattoo, the upcoming Grave Doug Freshley GN from Archaia, coming out in September. Diamond code JUL090670 :p ) and artwork by me.

    It's about a kid that wrestles the Four Great Bears to become The Greatest Bear-Wrestler In The World.
    • CommentAuthorseanhexed
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
    Hey! Sean Hexed here... I do a thing called A Gross of Goblins. A new Goblin is posted weekly for your viewing every Wednesday midnight-ish.

    I'm told that it's enjoyed by the sorts of people that like these types of things. Maybe you're one of them!

    Have three. They're small.
    Click to visit A Gross of Goblins! - Click to visit A Gross of Goblins! - Click to visit A Gross of Goblins!

    I do hope you'll stop by and enjoy your visit.


    Additional Miscellany:

    RSS feed!

    A Gross of Goblins on LiveJournal.

    And on MYSPACE.

    Or FACEBOOK, if you prefer!
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    I do an ongoing webcomic I've mentioned a few times here called The Profane Comedy of Audley Strange.

    However I've been fucking about with colouring as of late. So I've created a little love story called Yesterday Next...

    which part one is just finished while I do a pisstake of the Zombie Genre in an apocryphal Audley tale called "Undeadageddon" which started yesterday...
    • CommentAuthorroomtzaiz
    • CommentTimeAug 4th 2009 edited
    FR33 is a webcomic about a drug abusing self-proclaimed artist, seeking his place in a near-future world of free culture <- it's a description we put on our project's website and I think it's pretty accurate. New pages every Wednesday.

    I posted this in one of previous webcomic thread, but back then we've got only a couple of pages. Now there's 23 pages (with 24th coming tomorrow), so, I thought, why not to post it here again.

    FR33 #0001

    Also, we made a little contest involving FR33 stickers you can print and stick somewhere. Hope you'll like it.
    • CommentTimeAug 4th 2009
    My webcomics If You See The Hills is part of this month's Zuda competition. It's a slice-of-life coming-of-age story about a bunch of kids hanging out on the roofs. You can find it at

    If You See The Hills
    • CommentTimeAug 4th 2009
    Too much, too good! My brain hasn't even processed all the good stuff from the May thread yet!

    I'm in the middle of Vol. 2 of Conny Van Ehlsing, Monster Hunter. Conny is a first-grader whose destiny and mission is to fight monsters, goblins, dragons and whatever's under her bed these days.

    These past weeks, I've run a little summer special consisting of simple one- or two-pagers - simple as in 'not complex', but also in the sense that I've written, drawn and edited them pretty quickly, to get some spare time while I'm not on my holiday:

    Just another Holiday Special

    It's either that or show-offy pinups for now:

    Monster Flick

    I'm gearing up for the next real adventure now. Mid-August, I think. Updates every Friday, btw.
    • CommentAuthorCadwell
    • CommentTimeAug 4th 2009
    Hello everyone,

    I draw an autobio webcomic called The Everyday. It updates Mondays and/or Thursdays. Right now the strip is in colour to cover my exploits at Glastonbury but will return to crisp black and white after that.

    Please, take a look and I hope you enjoy it.

    • CommentAuthorshawnp
    • CommentTimeAug 4th 2009

    I write and publish a Buddy-Cop comedy comic called "Mercury & The Murd" that updates (normally) every Monday/Wednesday/Friday.

    The first storyline is the "Cosplay Order of Doom" which serves as a pilot episode for the series.

    You can check it out at Thanks for taking a look, and I hope you enjoy. Peace and good times.

    • CommentAuthortimseeley
    • CommentTimeAug 4th 2009
    I'm debuting my web strip, COLT NOBLE AND THE MEGALORDS over at Nerd City Online!

    “Planet Solus! World of magic, monsters and high technology! And, home of Prince Jaysen, an average 15 year old with hormones afire! When Jaysen finds the mystical FIGURE OF ACTION, an artifact that allows him to transform into COLT NOBLE, PALADIN OF POWER, will he use the powerful body to save his world from the forces of evil, or will he try to get laid?” Art by Mike Dimayuga, Color by Mark Englert, Letters by CRANK!

    COLT NOBLE cover