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    • CommentAuthortmoverbeck
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    If any of y'all like time travel humor, my webcomic should be right up your alley:

    TLT Banner

    Here's a sample:

    TLT strip

    • CommentAuthorauilix
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    The Glass Urchin is an autobio comic that's all about my real life, love, living in the city, working in a toy company, etc. I did an ongoing story called The New Brunswick Saga for a stint, but for the most part, each page is stand-alone-ish.

    page 170 - after having a row with my boyfriend

    I posted last year but I think my comic and style have changed, so check it out if you have the time! I haven't missed an update since I started, and I update on Tuesdays and Thursdays!
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    Still soldiering through Hell's Corners in my free time at a rate of once weekly. It is a comic about how you die and then life's a bitch. See what I did there? Current Canto looking a little rough; a little something like this:

    Canto V, page 10
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    I write a comic called The Invisible Skein, art by the wonderful Amanda Hayes...

    Page 12
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    • CommentAuthorshawnp
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    We've got comics six days a week @

    The Buddy Cop Action Comedy Mercury & The Murd every Monday & Tuesday:

    Sci-Fi Action with Exo-1 & The Rock Solid Steelbots on Wednesday:

    Para-Military Action with the Agents of C.O.L.T. on Friday:

    And weekends with Luke Foster's "The Gang From The Store."

    I hope you enjoy what we've put together so far. Peace & good times.

    • CommentAuthorepalicki
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    I've done six 4-page episodes of THE UNDERTAKER'S DAUGHTER, with illustrator Wendell Cavalcanti:

    Chapter One
    Chapter Two
    Chapter Three
    Chapter Four
    Chapter Five
    Chapter Five-And-A-Half

    I've also written the one-off "TOUCH"


    ...and I've placed the first chapters of two aborted Slimline projects online, for your amusement:



    Here's a pretty picture from Corduroy Road:

    Corduroy Road, page 1
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    Check out my webcomic: Catatonic at
    Ways to skin a cat #43: The Buffalo Bill
    Ways to skin a cat #43: The Buffalo Bill
    Ace of Spayeds
    Ace of Spayeds

    I post daily
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010

    This is a page from EARTHBUILDERS, a sci-fi comic I color and letter and that's available to read for free over at Updated every Tuesday.

    It's written by Abraham Martínez (plot), RG Llarena (script) and drawn by Axel Medellín.
    • CommentAuthoralbone
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hey! Check out the #1 Wrestling Webcomic, Rival Angels!!
    Sabrina is taking the fight to Xtina
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    I write two webcomics:

    The first, Legend of the burrito Blade updates every M/W/F and is the story of gods come to Earth, and how a sense of mythology changes both us and them. It's also about swords with burritos stuck on the end of them. Because these things go together.
    Burrito Blade page
    The other is Things Wrong With Me which updates T/Th and is a webcomic without art. It's the ongoing story of six friends, living in NY, as told with only dialogue and small heads of each character.
    TWWM excerpt
    • CommentAuthorkaitou
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    More of a meta-webcomic, Kaitou is the experiments of one doing a webcomic. Characters currently range from a primordial blob to a sprite stick-figure catgirl and beyond:

    • CommentAuthortyler_james
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    Cover Image

    I just hit the half-way point of my "bro-mantic" comedy online graphic novel "Over." "Over" is a cross between "Chasing Amy" and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." It's for mature audiences. (The immature are welcome, too.) Thanks for the opportunity to plug, Warren.
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    Hi guys my name is Dustin Harbin and I do a weekly strip called DHARBIN! Here's a recent one I liked:

    DHARBIN! Jokes!

    I just posted this week's here, which is all about some people stabbing Julius Caesar (to death). And some of you may remember this gem from last year:


    Like I say, I post new ones every Monday at
    Hope you guys like it!
    • CommentAuthortweep
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Tweep comics!

    Slice-o'-lifey! Thrice-a-week! Occasional poetry! Seven years of archives! Silly name!

    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    I tend to lurk in Whitechapel but I thought i'd post up about my webcomic:

    Little Terrors! Website Twitter
    Fitsworth, England. A small commuter town just outside London, not exactly the first place you think of when you hear of epic battles again hordes of undead corpses, Trolls, zombie bears and evil monks.

    As unlikely as the setting is our hero, Jonas Milton was a school boy in Fitsworth until we was tragically knocked down walking to school. Cut forward a few weeks and the town is in chaos, colleagues and family members thought dead rise from the grave only to rip their loved ones apart in a lustful hunger. Jonas wakes also but seems to not suffer the hunger or such decay others bodies have suffered. He travels the town trying to figure out whats the cause to all this madness…

    The art has evolved greatly in the 4 years I've been doing the comic:

    First page:
    Page One of Little Terrors!

    and then later the pages have been more like this in the last year:
    A more recent page of Little Terrors!
    I tend to update atleast once a week, with some weeks up to 3 or 4 pages. Hope you all enjoy!
    • CommentAuthorcopperage
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    Personal Demons ("Hopeless" book one)
    Trapped on an island off the coast of Maine, the people of Hopeless find life a little darker and more dangerous with every day that passes. The number of orphans rises continually, but who can say what happens to their parents? Plenty of the bodies are never found. This is not the stuff of happy, careless childhoods, it is instead fertile ground for personal demons. In Hopeless, the demons are not always abstract concepts. Some of them have very real teeth, and very real horns.

    Our island has been isolated for a long time. Partly because of being small, and forgotten. Partly because of the rocks and currents which do not encourage visitors. Hopeless is also surrounded by fog, overrun with nightmarish creatures, (from small things with tentacles to demons and vampires) it’s a peculiar place. Here, almost anything can happen, from the weird and unsettling to the darkly funny. With a cast of freaks, nutters and the odd power crazed psychopath, life in Hopeless is seldom dull.Personal Demons (
    • CommentAuthorlazzyfair
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    Just a story I finished at the end of 09. Just on my flickr for right now, working on building a website to showcase this and other works.
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    My friend and I do a three times a week comic strip that is mostly just geek humor and poop jokes. It doesn't really need much more introduction than that.

    Vlad the Vegan Vampire

    Vlad the Vegan Vampire - it's not really about veganism or vampirism...
    • CommentAuthorStephenRL
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    For your consideration...

    Witness the birth of a super villain in The Frightful Fetus!
    A new page is posted every Monday. Written by me, with art by Jim McMunn.

    The Frightful Fetus!

    Thanks for looking!
    ~ Stephen Lindsay