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    • CommentAuthorrambozus
    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2010
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    Don't feel too bad, CuttingRoom. I, too, am popping my post cherry as an attention whore.

    I draw/digi-ink/color/letter and occasionally co-plot a strip called "Gluten Free!" with writing duties by my good friend Ben Hatton. It's slice of life silliness. And God shows up sometimes as a black belt-wearin', Celebreality-watchin' pterodactyl. GO READ IT!




    Gluten Free!
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    Well, I guess I'll join the club. Been lurking, but not posting, so...

    I run a webcomic called All Manner of Bad, which I call a zombie post apocalyptic romp. It's random post apocalyptic slice of life, zombie fighting, people fighting, crazy survivors, and integrating landmarks and whatnots in the city I live in.


    All Manner of Bad


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    Zombpocalypse


    Casion Arizona
    • CommentAuthorMason
    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2010
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    www.robotsneednot.com

    Ideally it's a collective of people submitting robots drawn in crayon, but I tend to end up doing the majority of the comics since no one ever wants to submit. So feel free to submit some comics if you own crayons...

    Here's one by me:

    robots

    And here's one by my buddy Kurt Dinse:

    rob
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      CommentAuthorRachelEvil
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2010
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    Life Among the Unmotivated

    It's about exactly what the title says. A group of friends live through boredom and apathy. Features trans issues, GLBT issues, comic books, and retail. I write it, and the art is by Carla Wyzgala (who is fantastic). I do the lettering, and I'm slowly getting better.

    Life Among the Unmotivated - Piss Piss

    Piss Piss
    Life Among the Unmotivated - Completely Legitimate Field of Study

    Completely Legitimate Field of Study
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    I create an annoyingly progressive, thrice-weekly, single-panel webcomic which channels Gary Larson's old Far Side art. I call it "The Far Left Side". Here's a couple of examples:

    The day John Venn Met Leonard Euler.
    The 5-4 Decision.
    • CommentAuthorferg
    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2010
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    Long time listener, first time caller.

    Here's a sample of a little webcomic I started. It's a kinda action-adventure-with-animals... thing...
    slave tales sample

    More here:
    The website is just recently back up, so it needs a little work in a few places.
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    Have decided to leave this up while I'm away, so people can continue to find fine things to read.

    -- W
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    Well, since I want to get in before the thread ends...

    I've just started serializing my new comic at my new website Dimes For Nickels.

    On the downside: When I said new, I wasn't kidding. It just started today, you just saw the entire archive.

    On the upside: Hey! You can get in on the ground floor of a new comic. And when/if it becomes more popular than John Lennon, you can scoff at noobs.

    It's a win-win situation for everyone.

    The prologue will run daily through Thursday, updating at midnight, Japan time. Then next week it runs Tuesday and Thursday until it can't.

    I do hope you find it good enough to revisit.
    • CommentAuthorEMagee
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2010 edited
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    Hi, my names Eoin, I'm part of a new webcomic collective at planet-land.com. We formed out of Corey Lewis' gingerbox forum, heres some images.
    My comic, Diamond Cutter
    diamond cutter
    Theres six comics on the site and I dont want to hog up the page with images so I'll leave this by our resident superstar, Fil.
    planet land
    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2010 edited
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    Thanks for keeping this up longer Warren. I'm going to have to keep going back from the beginning to bookmark a lot of these...

    ...and I have managed to get my own webcomic up and going today: Angry Faerie

    Here's the first strip:
    Angry Faerie
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      CommentAuthorcosta_k
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2010
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    This thread made me decide to pick up the slack on me making mini-comics and starting a new webstrip. Anyway, here's one of the strips I've done;

    strip

    It's at my main blog, where various other ones show up.
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    We're currently having a little fun with art style to an eventual effect on the story over at Hannibal Goes to Rome.

    Normal:
    Hannibal Goes to Rome

    Current (so current I finished lettering it half an hour ago):

    Hannibal Goes to Rome in the style of Frank Miller's Sin City
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      CommentAuthorPupato
    • CommentTimeFeb 10th 2010 edited
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    • CommentAuthorMeHighLow
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2010 edited
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    I am kinda overwhelmed by the quantity AND the quality of stuff here! Even though I was thinking of myself as an avid reader of comics on the web, there is so much good stuff here I never ever even heard of! No way am I going to able to check all of these out, but at least I feel richer now. Even though, simultaneously, I feel like my contribution will be lost amidst the buzz... Heh, sigh, well, here goes.

    Weave is a comic Manda (the artist) and me (the story.. ist) are making because it's the kind of comic we would love to read. Check it out, here's a smattering of sample pages:

    Weave pg1

    Weave pg8
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    I have a newly started daily (almost) webcomic called 'The adventures of Pre-Op Bob'

    I've only just started and it's a bit rough at the moment but thought I'd put it on here anyways (i'm a bit scared as there's so many awesome looking comics on here)



    Pre-Op Bob
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    I do a webcomic called "Tales of the 8th Grade Nothing".

    Incorporating music with almost every comic strip through the eyes of the lead protagonist, Tales of the 8th Grade Nothing is half-romance, half-coming-of-age-story, as Jason Dobbins unravels his final year of Middle School trying to win the love of "The Curly Little Blonde Hair Girl" and be popular. Tales of the 8th Grade Nothing is a webcomic that doesn't follow the norm of the format either. (It's set up as a general comic 'strip' but intentionally does not try to set up a punchline 99.9% of the time.

    A preview:

    Math Kills.

    He's the smart one.
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    this thread is the best! i would have never discovered uncubed without it. what a sweet comic.

    planetland looks pretty sick as well.

    keep up the good work everyone! =D
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      CommentAuthorseanarcher
    • CommentTimeFeb 16th 2010
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    Just amazing. So, I'm going to have to dive into this thread, as ever, right after my rehearsal tonight. Thanks for all the great reading material.

    My webcomic is called Milo the Cloud, and I'm actually taking the week off to put the finishing touches on a small print run version for C2E2. If anybody's going to be there and wants to grab a drink after one of those nights, drop me a line. I'll be in the webcomics pavilion all three days with a table.

    Here are a couple recent strips:
    Eva has an idea...
    Surrounded!
    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeFeb 16th 2010
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    Posted the 3rd installment of my new webcomic ANGRY FAERIE yesterday. Thought I'd share it with the lovely folks here.

    Angry Faerie likes RANCID, hates elves.
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      CommentAuthorSalgood Sam
    • CommentTimeFeb 26th 2010 edited
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    @MeHighLow - that looks really good!

    I've been posting a long term project off and on, on LiveJournal but wanted to set up a better presentation of that - add to that i've wanted to add comics to my comics news blog for a while and i give you the new comics section of Sequential, featuring Dream Life. I've just built this, and right now for this week there's a new page each day - If you've seen Dream Life on LJ the new site will catch up with where I've last posted up till soon, and the plan is to have a new page a week once i do.