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    • CommentAuthorbusorama
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Robot! Cop!

    Hi! I'm Gardner, one-quarter of the brain trust behind Registered Weapon, the webcomic about a robotic cash register who solves murders. We update every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and we just celebrated our first year online. So far FELIX (the cash register) and Frank (his partner) have solved two cases, and the third one is wrapping up this week. If you'd like to start at the beginning, here's the very first strip, in which we meet LAPD homicide detective Frank Gorman:

    The Beginning

    Thanks for reading, and thanks for doing this, Warren!
    • CommentAuthorcebronix
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    Figured it out. It hates my Domain forwarding/masking. So here we go again.
    I do Shattered Myth a Thrice-Weekly story based humor webcomic starring a girl, a geek and some Gods. I'm sitting at about 10 months and 150 + strips so I while I feel like I've been working on it forever, I'm just getting started.

    Our Darkest Hour


    Take a look, leave me some comments. I'd love to know what everyone else thinks (I'll ignore you all of course).
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    My name's Alex de Campi. Christine Larsen and I produce a wireless comic called Valentine. It looks a little like this:


    You can also read the opening 5-panel spread here (I'm not posting it as an img because its width will break your browser.)

    It's a monthly fantasy/thriller with 70-75 screens per episode, available for iPhone, Android phone, eReader and Kindle. In a couple weeks there will be a web version, too - just waiting on some tech gubbins. We make it available in 14 languages (with the kind assistance of Whitechapel regulars such as Felipe Sobreiro).

    We have great fun writing it in classic pulp style, with compressed storytelling and big cliffhangers at the end of each episode. The first three episodes are out, and Episode 04 comes out on 17 February. Things get really crazy from Episode 04.

    You can read the entire Episode 01 for free in English at our website, or indeed download it for free for any device in any of our 14 languages.

    I also write about producing wireless comics over at BleedingCool, basically chronicling my mistakes so you won't have to make them.
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    My name is Josh Ulrich and I've been producing a comic called Newman for the last year. Newman is a fantasy story juxtaposed against our modern world. Action/Drama/Comedy
    Page 64
    Page 65

    And here is a sneak peek at the second comic I am launching very soon this year called Jackie Rose. More information will follow at on this.

    Jackie Rose Page 1
    • CommentAuthorFaye
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hello there. My name is Savannah McIntyre and I am the producer and writer of Amya.


    Amya is a high-fantasy graphic novel following the adventures of a mute spell-touched and her unlikely companions as they are dragged into an adventure that is a little beyond them. Ultimately – Amya is a story about self sacrifice for the greater good. It is also a story of how far one will go to obtain unearthly power; even if it includes throwing the world into a mythical war between fate and chaos.

    Thank you for your interest!
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    My comic is The Secret Knots. Short tales and strange situations.
    Preview for The Secret Knots
    Continue reading this story here.

    Thanks everybody, thanks Warren.
    • CommentAuthorbluedevi
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hi, I'm Deirdre. Here's my weekly webcomic Wasted Epiphanies. Updates Thursdays. It's about... (deep breath)... polar bear temps, black holes in language, mysterious hovering artifacts, racing snails, festival dawns, selfish genes, the kitsch of the future, a caveman who dreams of aeroplanes, roleplaying gods and lonely aliens, what your cells are thinking, and why spaceships make me cry. And whatever else is making my head asplode. It's mostly one-off strips, but there are a few recurring characters - like Tempin' Bear, scraping a living in crappy office jobs since his ice floe melted. Humans are weird, and lack of opposable thumbs is the least of his problems.

    These panels are from 'Cultural Observer', a strip for everyone who ever longed for the mothership to come and get them.

    Cultural Observer

    Now to magpie my way through the rest of the thread. So... much... pretty...
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    My name is Dante Shepherd and I have a photocomic called "Surviving the World" that gets updated seven days a week with life lessons focusing on everything from bar arguments to gay marriage, from college to politics, from religion to relationships. Infrequently my dog stands in and delivers the daily lecture for me. Here are two samples:

    Lesson #512 - Agnostics
    Lesson #512 - Agnostics

    Lesson #450 - Dog Math
    Lesson #450 - Dog Math

    Depending on your feeling of photocomics, I made a specific comic defending the genre recently that you may find useful.

    Thanks all! Enjoying many of the other comics posted here.
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    Hi, I'm Glen Williams. And every Saturday, I update Frighteningly Pretentious Komix! (Please don't think I'm overexcited by my own work -- the exclamation point is part of the title.) It's primarily repurposed artwork combined with text that ranges from discussions on the meaning of life and man's inhumanity toward man to some severely lame puns.

    At least tell me, kind sir, that you pair well with Chianti?

    Now let me tell you about our 401k...

    And now to dig through six pages of other folks' submissions....
    • CommentAuthor3!LL
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    @danteshepherd: Big fan of your photocomic. I read through the archive for a couple hours one night.

    If you feel so inclined, you can check out The Thunderchickens at

    While there, you can also read our other comics, Special Edition and Slit: The Living Voodoo Doll.

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    I'm Noel Curry and I do a weekly somewhat random webcomic called DJ Bogtrotter. And soon (before the end of February) I'll be launching a second strip based on the character featured in the second comic seen here.
    Ugly Duckling
    The Wildness Within
    • CommentAuthorKidGloves
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Here's mine--

    If you want to see it continue--Give it a vote.

    Some previous work--
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Silly Daddy is one of the longest running autobiographical family comics about (mostly) real people. The comic champions the vital themes that are most needed for today's society: great marriages, lighthearted yet faithful parenting, and living life to the full with joy and gratitude.
    Silly Daddy Downsizing webcomic by Joe Chiappetta
    by Joe Chiappetta
    • CommentAuthorFerran
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hi Everyone!

    My name is Ferran Daniel and I do Turbo Defiant Kimecan, a contemporary fantasy with new pages every Tuesday.

    I'm new to the webcomic arena, so it's great to see so many in one single place, Awesome!

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    I posted my 5-day-a-week strip last time, but I'm a whore. What can I say?

    It's called Misery Loves Sherman.
    Strip 1
    Strip 2
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010

    Geoffrey D. Wessel here. You'll hear of me. Last year I produced 2 comics with the insanely talented artist John Keogh of the awesome (+ late & lamented?) webcomic LUCID TV, but of course now he's off doing his OWN THING working with the fine folks at TOPATOCO, so he has no time for doodles based on my scribbles, and he never comes home, he won't call or even watch the kids anymore... *ahem* Sorry, where was I?

    Oh yes, for your pleasure:

    * THERE IS A LIGHT -- For all your needs regarding past lives, barbarians, and Morrissey. Got me banned at a Morrissey forum I never went to in the first place! Huzzah!

    * MUSIQUE NON STOP -- This was a one-page contribution by John and myself to Matthew Sheret's sold-out-at-SDCC fanzine Phonogram vs. The Fans. Which sold out. At San Diego. So that was nice.

    In any event, that's all I have online at the moment. Always looking to make more with some of you fine talented folks *koffkoff*. Lots of great looking comics on display here, as there always is when Warren opens the floodgates. Hope to see some other ones I know on here too, but I think it's against the rules to pimp others' work, yeah? Well, anyway, til then...

    --- Geoffrey D. Wessel
    • CommentAuthoragent-x
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hi Gang,
    I've been creating my single panel gag comic Agent-X Comics, for nearly a year now.
    I mainly target online culture & social networking to make the comedy gold happen.
    Always interested in comments & feedback, to try to improve my work.

    Future Shock

    Pacman on Twitter

    Internet Comics
    • CommentAuthorTrevWood
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    Hey I do an adventure zomedy called SAWBONES featuring Sawyer and Bones, two zombie skeletons. It began as a simple 1-5 page arc comedy, kind of like the little cartoons between shows but for the last six months we've been doing a big long arc. It updates on Mondays.

    page 140
    page 150
    page 151
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    Requiem, our sci-fi webcomic will be running for 6 years this June (Mon-Fri).

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    Hi Folks - If you're looking for some horror in your webcomics reading, I've got the comic for you: Split Lip.

    I created Split Lip in 2006 and we've been publishing stories there ever since - for a total of 27 stories and over 300 pages of free horror comics. I write the stories and they're drawn by artists from around the world. We update every Sunday.

    The most recent story is "Beyond the Campfire Light," a story about a pair of friends encountering horror on a camping trip. But is the horror natural, supernatural, or something much closer to home? "Beyond the Campfire Light" was written by me and drawn by Jason Ho.

    Here's the first page of the story. Click it or the link above to read it and many other stories.