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    • CommentAuthorStephenRL
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Also for your consideration...

    Please check out another of my weekly webcomics, Vaempir Testament!
    Written by me with artwork by Daniel Thollin (the artist I work with on Jesus Hates Zombies

    Vaempir Testament Page 1

    Thanks again!
    • CommentAuthorhcnoel
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hey! My webcomix is Tara Normal and updates every Wednesday at

    Tara Normal is a paranormal investigator who solves mysteries with help from her inter-dimensional traveling friend Shadowman and tentacled pest Baby Cthulhu. The comic combines humor/mystery/adventure/ghost pirates.

    Tara Normal sample comic
    • CommentAuthortr1guy
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Greetings all! I do "1977 the Comic" a PG-17 webcomic about four friends trying to become rock musicians in the late 70s. It's tag line of "Life, One Toke at a Time" sums it up nicely!

    Here's a sample comic:
    1977 the Comic

    And you can find the comic here!
    • CommentAuthorBTimony
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
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    My name is Trevor, and I work on two webcomics on my website:

    The first is a sci-fi / samurai story called The Temple of a Thousand Tears, current on it's third prequel story arc focusing on the assassin Marielle. Written by Trevor Mueller, Art by Olivia Kasle.

    Temple: Assassin

    The other comic that I do is called @$$hole!, which changes format regularly. The current story arc is a fumetti comic about the horrors of online dating. Written, drawn, and photos by Trevor Mueller.

    Trevor gets the bill

    In addition to the webcomics, I also review movies, video games, and comics in the blog.
    • CommentAuthorBTimony
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    • CommentAuthorlargento
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010

    An all-ages comic. The Wannabe Pirates!

    Sample Comic

    We also do a Saturday sci-fi comic, Greyhawk and the Starbucklers of the Caribbean!

    sample comic
    • CommentAuthorPedes
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Here goes nothing:
    Seclusion Inn
    I am the sole and lonely author of a webcomic Seclusion Inn which I recently restarted for a better quality of both writing and art and more sarcasm.
    Seclusion Inn is a mystery set in fantasy setting, from the old tradition of stories where people are stuck in a, well, seclusion with a murderer. It is intended for mature audiences because I will not hesitate to show some nudity, sex, violence and alcohol use. Foul language may also appear. Main character is female because we seriously need more strong female leads.
    Example page
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    Reynard City

    What if there was a comic that combined Samurai Pizza Cats, Asterix, X-Men, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Animals of Farthing Wood and yellow submarine? What if featured a psychic vixen who inflates on contact with caramel, her body image concious best friend and a wide array of weird villains?
    All this and more at where you can also find out about our cartoon project, win some cool prizes and generally have a good time.

    Not enough room to list all the contributers, so here are each "department"'s heads-

    Animation- Ana Brooke
    Producers- Linda Hook, Mark Margason, Lee Johnson
    Artistic director- Dan Butcher (Retake)
    Head Writer- Ian Austin
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    Good afternoon.

    I'm usually behind the silly little continuing webcomic Bunny (which has changed direction a bit lately), but I want to show off my 69 Love Songs, Illustrated blog (which can be found here here) submissions, because they were lots of fun.

    I Don't Believe In The Sun
    Don't Believe In The Sun thumb

    I Can't Touch You Anymore
    Can't Touch You Anymore thumb
    (just a thumbnail, because the image is a bit big)
    • CommentAuthoramuletts
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Wow so many great comics here!

    I do Epic Fail - An Epic of Failure in a Dungeons & Dragons style universe.

    Epic Fail - Elves Drools!

    I've been going for a year updating more-or-less weekly (less at the moment while I put my first comic book together)!
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    Hello, Warren. Thanks for the opportunity to share my comic.

    My comic is called Theater Hopper. It's a web comic about movies that I update every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It has a gag-a-day format with some longer story lines mixed in. Kind of like Penny Arcade for movies (if you'll pardon the cheap comparison). I try to keep it very topical. Basically, I look to what is most recently in theaters and make fun of it!

    Here's a recent sample of my work. A couple of strips about the last Twilight movie from the male perspective. They were pretty popular among my readers:

    Theater Hopper - Comics About Movies

    Theater Hopper - Comics About Movies

    I hope you enjoy it!
    • CommentAuthorpjperez
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    It's good to see so many webcomics peeps I know posting on here, as well as unfamiliar talents.

    And, Christ, believe it or not, I'm STILL doing THE UTOPIAN, which was once upon a time updated twice weekly but now is once weekly as I'm working on like 8 million other projects.

    It started as the story of James Douglas, a frustrated high school senior who decides to change things up by adopting the identity of "The Utopian" and attempting to upturn the status quo at his high school. Since then, he may or may not have been sent on a mission from God. Yeah, you're pretty much just going to have to read it from the start at, but here are a few samples:

    Let's see ... here's The Utopian beating up a jock ... and then feeling emo about it:

    The Utopian gets punchy with it

    ... and here's James talking to dead people:

    I see dead people

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    I just premiered my first web-comic here in January. :D It's called Good Fortunes! I write and draw it.

    Here's the first few pages.

    Chapter One Cover

    Page One

    A new page is going up tomorrow! :D
    • CommentAuthortdellaringa
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    Thanks for the opportunity to plus Warren. I'm Tom, I've been doing Marooned for close to two years. It's all ages sci-fi/adventure/humor but definitely fun for adults. I don't dumb down the writing. Here's a recent strip and an old favorite.

    Visit the comic at Marooned - A Space Opera in the Wrong Key
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    Thanks Warren for this thread. I'm from Malta and I do this webcomic RRK Evangelisti.
    I do some other ones but it's this one I have been updating recently. I also post sketches from time to time created in different media, pencil then scanned etc, digital, 3d stuff etc at

    alien prophet zeni faces our heroes

    many years ago in china
    many years ago in china
    • CommentAuthorNPMyers
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Greetings Whitechapel. Here's another one for you all to consider. The Precarious Adventures of Newton Von Brisby. It's about a boy on an adventure to rescue his parents from people like Warren Ellis. He is accompanied by his robotic bug companion named, well, Bug.

    Well, here's the page:


    And here's the link to our webcomic and site:

    Thanks for all your time folks!!!!

    Nicholas P. Myers
    • CommentAuthorNPMyers
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    Sorry about that.

    Here's the preview page, hopefully!! Well, here's the link at least.

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    My once a week webcomic is called Funwrecker
    • CommentAuthorgmcalpin
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hiya. I do MULTIPLEX, which is about the staff of a movie theater. It's basically a comic strip version of a sitcom set in movie theater populated with college-aged kids. Teen drama, film banter, and juvenile comedy ensues…

    Here's an older (but self-contained) strip —

    Multiplex #248