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    • CommentAuthorLMPjr007
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
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    Grand Theft Exodus is a webcomic that focuses on the adventures of Niobe Mylona; a human female thief; and Tahki Zitkata; her rodent humanoid mentor and thief; and their adventures in the world of Exodus.

    Grand Theft Exodus

    • CommentAuthorOIWCS
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
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    It's not quite a webcomic, but how about a webseries about two guys who decide to make a webcomic together, with or without the help of their female friend. It's called the OnlineInternetWebcomicShow and I've embedded the 4th episode below. Check out the three previous episodes at our website, http://onlineinternetwebcomicshow.com.

    OIWCS Episode 4 from OIWCS on Vimeo.

    • CommentAuthorDAJB
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
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    Shades is a story which looks at how superheroes might be if they existed in the UK (rather than being permanently stationed in New York!) We've tried to do it without spoofing the genre or simply taking a group of US style heroes and dressing them in the Union flag. Spanning some 5,000 years of British history, the story also examines the nature of the British national character.

    Shades - Chapter 10 Page 01
    Shades - Chapter 12 Page 10
    • CommentAuthordantobin
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
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    Dan Tobin here, writer of The Urban Blah webcomic, illustrated by the fabulous Lovisa Loiselle. It's a deadpan comic about life, work, marriage, and spilling coffee on yourself. Updated every Mon, Wed, and Fri.





    We'd love for you to stopy by.
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    I'll be posting my 500th episode/strip/installment of Teaching Baby Paranoia a week from Friday. And then retiring the strip on its 10th anniversary in January! Woo! (I mean, ten years is a long time to be doing one strip... even if it's an anthology of randomness without recurring characters, right?)

    Here's a sample:
    teaching baby paranoia
    • CommentAuthorboxbrown
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
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    I have been creating the web and print comic Bellen! since 2006.

    Learning, babe

    Sniiiiif

    (EDIT BY WARREN: I SAID TWO IMAGE FILES)

    Bellen! is updated three times a week. The best of the first 3 years has recently been collected and a related graphic novel/collection of new stories has been published.
    • CommentAuthorevndahm
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
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    Hello! I draw fantasy comics from a world I've created and publish them at rice-boy.com. I have finished one project and am well into another; there are now over 800 pages of material on the site.

    This is a page from my current comic, Order of Tales. It is updated twice a week, with updates of 3 or 4 pages:
    OoT page 82

    And this is a page from my previous comic, Rice Boy:
    RB page 287

    Thanks for looking! There's some great stuff in this thread!
    • CommentAuthorharknell
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
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    Hi we do 2 webcomics that are both vaguely based on the Lovecraft mythos, but with a twisted comedic slant, and are both hosted at http://www.onezumi.com. The first comic is called "Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos", which details the exploits of a group of incompetent heroes defending their universe against their evil alternates--> with the following as an example:
    Example Stupid and Insane Defenders Against Chaos comic

    And the second is "My Annoying Life", which stars the same characters and universe, but examines what insanity happens at Onezumi's workplace when it's filled with incompetent evil.
    Example My Annoying Life Comic

    Thanks!
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      CommentAuthordavebaxter
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
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    This is a comic I'm only webmastering (the artist, Ronald Russell Roach, is in Copenhagen and tends to not prowl the internets as much as I). So hope nobody minds me posting for him here:

    Webcomic is ARMAGEDDONQUEST, which was actually a comix series very, very, very limited-ly published in the 80's and 90's. It's 20 Books and 850+ pages in all. The whole epic is complete and man, having read the whole thing, I can say it is truly something unique.

    The entire BOOK ONE is up for easy online viewing HERE. (flash viewer - no page load times! Hooray!)

    Aaaaaand, the samples:

    Armageddonquest by Ronald Russell Roach Pages 1 and 2
    Armageddonquest Book One Pages 3 and 4
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    I'm David Gallaher. I write HIGH MOON. Steve Ellis draws it. Scott O. Brown letters it. It currently runs on Zuda. It's the story of an unchanging man in a changing time who is faced with the decision to live like a beast or die like a man.

    The trade paperback, due out September 30, collects the first three seasons of the series for $14.99.
    The Diamond Order Code is JUL09 0259.

    This year, we are also nominated for two Harvey Awards (BEST NEW SERIES and BEST ONLINE WORK).

    You can find the series at: http://www.highmooncomic.com
    The story is best enjoyed in FULL SCREEN mode.

    This is a preview of the art:
    High Moon
    • CommentAuthorAnarchicQ
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
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    I write the high fantasy webcomic Elven Lacryment. The art is done by Alex Moore. We're currently re-drawing the pages and we update monthly.
    Elven Lacryment pageElven Lacryment 4
    • CommentAuthorAPFurtado
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
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    Major Tom is a webcomic which I've begun on the Underground Pop Productions website. It's one man's surreal journey through a cosmic landscape which, I hope, will surprise and stimulate.
    I've gone back to the Moebius/ Bode/Heavy Metal tree which spawned me so many years ago...and loving every minute of it.
    Major Tom will update in multi-page chapters. The first, 20 pages are available now at the Underground Pop Productions website. Oh yeah. This comic may, (most definitely) contain mature content.

    Major Tom by AP. Furtado
    Major Tom by AP. Furtado

    Thanks
    AP. Furtado
    BLOG
    • CommentAuthorReynardCity
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
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    My name's Rob Turner, I'm the writer/producer of Reynard City(www.reynardcity.co.uk) the first Polycomical comic.

    We're currently working on a cartoon pilot based on the comic, which is kind of full circle for the comic, as it's like a surreal version of your classic cartoons, kind of like Thundercats meets Samurai Pizza Cats via Swat Kats...but with foxes.

    The plot is simple- A group of superhero foxes ( Caramel allergic psychic AK Girl, neurotic workaholic Wondervixen and would-be tough guy Hyper Rob) fight off Mega Fox and his robot army, Caramel Girl and a vicious gang of ex-caterers, while at the same time dealing with their own inner issues.

    It's a fun webcomic, full of twists and turns. The artwork is supervised by Dan Butcher of Retake fame, and we have a variety of artists, writers and other creative wizzkids who have all contributed.
    It'd be fantastic if you could have a look and tell us what you think. Any questions email will2000uk@yahoo.com
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    You can check out A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge, my true-life webcomic about Hurricane Katrina on SMITH Magazine: http://www.smithmag.net/afterthedeluge.

    When the levees broke, nothing was the same for New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. A.D. is about escaping and surviving Hurricane Katrina–and what happens next in the lives of a cross-section of Crescent City residents. A.D. tells the story of Katrina and its aftermath from the perspective of real people still dealing with the storm each and every day. A two-part prologue sets the scene and shows the storm, almost like a silent movie. In chapter one, we meet the people whose lives we’ll be following, with audio and video augmenting the comic itself on our active blog. A.D. is a nonfiction graphic novel, a new approach to storytelling, and a multifaceted peek into the personal tales emerging from the storm of the century.

    A.D.: Flooded New Orleans
    A.D.: Denise during the hurricane
    A.D.: Abbas & Mansell
    A.D.: Leo
    A.D.: The Convention Center

    P.S. On August 18, A.D. will be available as an expanded, revised hardcover book (from Pantheon Graphic Novels). You can find out more at my website,

    - josh
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      CommentAuthorjamesmith3
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009
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    Wow, there's already some nice-looking stuff up here. Egypt, that looks awesome.

    As for myself: This week I'll be uploading page 40 of Gang of Fools at Gang of Fools dot com, which ends this first story. And holy shit am I ready to move on to the next one. Shorter stories from now on, and possibly a move to landscape format.

    sk8_33small


    cover_small
    Some of you may have passed my table at MoCCA without buying the above Gang of Fools "paper trailer," and I can only assume that was an innocent oversight on your part. You can make it up to yourself by popping on over and reading the whole thing online.

    Gang of Fools has a growing cast, but revolves mainly around the financial woes of Aditi Rai, skateboard messenger in a futuristic world only slightly more stupid than our own. Do stop by. Bring whiskey.
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      CommentAuthorRandRComics
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
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    YO! Jamie Cottle here. Lately, I've been pimping the hell out of my site and pranking famed comic scammer Josh Hoopes. Who is now facing criminal charges in Canada.

    the prank can be found here.

    Hoopes details are on www.Bleedingcool.com

    Here are some samples of the stories on RandRcomics.com

    ZUDA's, "The Assignment"



    Bob Sly, PI (Polyspecies Integrator)



    Light storm



    Tales From the Looking Glass

    (I SAID NO MORE THAN ONE OR TWO IMAGES -- WARREN)

    Other than that living the dream and going for a master's degree in business
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    I draw for a webcomic called Tabloid. It's written by Tom Zjaba and it's about a girl whose blood opens a gateway into a world where all the tabloid stories from UFO's to Elvis are real.

    Blood and shadows
    Area 51

    I've posted links to the first issue before but the story (and hopefully my art) has progressed so much in the second issue, which is nearing it's conclusion.
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      CommentAuthordemophon
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
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    I make Smedley. It's about a twenty-something lamb who is an information technology (IT) professional at a big banking company in Chicago. The bank gets dissolved and he and his former colleagues are forced to make ends meet in a recession. Oh, and it can be funny sometimes too. In case the link is broken: http://smedleyslifeandtimes.blogspot.com/

    smedley "The former Sears Tower now known as the Willis Tower."

    smedley "Smedley hooks up with his old friends for a gig."

    It's a narrative & it reads like a blog. Give it a look if you like. Very nice work out there. Some of these comics are great!
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      CommentAuthorPatrickBrown
    • CommentTimeAug 3rd 2009 edited
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    My main comic is The Cattle Raid of Cooley, my adaptation of an ancient Irish story. It's set in the Iron Age, when Medb, queen of Connacht, stages an invasion of Ulster, opposed by the teenage Ulster hero Cú Chulainn. It's up to 46 pages and has gone on a temporary summer hiatus while I work up a bit of a backlog of pages, but in the meantime, you can read the prequel, Ness, about Cú Chulainn's grandmother in her younger days, and I'm filling in time by serialising Under the Bed, a minicomic I did back in 1994.
    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 14
    Page from The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 43
    Oh, and if I may say so, Five Glasses of Absinthe looks gorgeous.
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    Mine is Pitch Black:





    To read it from the beggining (for there are some recurring characters), click here, scroll all the way down and read from the bottom up. Then scroll all the way down again and click on "next entries" to go to the next page, scroll all the way down again, read from bottom up and so on. I'll need to come up with some better navigation tools, yes.

    Thanks a lot for this thread, Warren.