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    • CommentAuthorMoochava
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Man, I still haven't read all the comics from the LAST time Ellis asked about our comics.

    My mythic fantasy webcomic, The Water Phoenix King, has recently escaped the shackles of DrunkDuck and migrated to a grown-up URL. You can find it here.

    The Water Phoenix King

    The Water Phoenix King is a kind of reconstruction of the fantasy genre, an attempt to appreciate the trappings and tropes of a good fantasy story while still being aware of the nature and history of the genre. It also has feline assassins who are always on fire, so that's pretty cool.

    Kyle Marquis
    • CommentAuthordanaw
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hey guys,

    Our webcomic is lead paint - Mike Cornnell is the writer and I'm the artist. We update every Sunday, with an extra blog update every Wed. Thanks for checking it out!

    bear hunter

    tentacle rape
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    Well here's mine, Agents of the Endtimes, which I write, draw, tone and do everything else on.
    It updates once a week on my website

    Here are two pages from it. In the interests of not taking up too much space here I've reduced the size of these pages from the size they appear on the site.

    AOTE4 Page 12

    AOTE5 Title Page

    Jimmy M.
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    I write a weekly updated webcomic with artist Andrew Sides called BORDER CROSSINGS.

    BORDER CROSSINGS is a dark marine fantasy where a salvage submarine’s strange crew must redefine freedom for their drowned world. Here are two page examples



    If you prefer comparisons it’s Firefly, Labyrinth and Perdido Street Station in a nautical steampunk mash-up. The story is also an allegory for the modern era of globalization.

    Venetia Toco falls through a portal to another world in a surfing accident. The place she ends up in is mostly oceanic, with only one remaining island. Strong economic disparity exists between the intelligent marine races and the remaining “air-breathers.” These different ethnicities have one thing in common: they all fetishize artifacts from Earth. Why? Because anything from Earth (bullets, chunks of wood, even human beings) can invoke special powers from ancient symbols called graphemes. Before the undead border patrol can capture her, a cuttlefish-shaped salvage submarine named The Rhizome retrieves Venetia. She joins the ship’s crew of odd displaced beings, led by the provocative radical Captain M.P. Skulker.

    Please visit BORDER CROSSINGS at
    • CommentAuthorKaneLynch
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    I'm serializing my graphic novel The Relics online!
    It's a psychological drama about three people in northern California trying to reconstruct an ancient portal between dimensions.

    The Relics

    The Relics

    The Relics!
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    Greetings and salutations, artist Grymm Grymmowski of chiming in. I work with my long time friend and partner-in-crime writer, CreepKnight, to create Voodoo Walrus twice a week. Basically, its an absurd slice of life comic that follows the adventures of a writer and artist pair as revel and occasionally run screaming from the absurd world in which they live. We're talking floating pygmy cows, evil supervillian publishers, and flying fingerbats absurd here.

    Here's a nice little stand alone gem from the recent archives.

    • CommentAuthorNovah
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    EDIT: November Shift is also on the Android market now, for anyone with an Android device!

    This summer, I launched my character-driven, science-fiction comic November Shift (and posted about it in the last one of these threads, in case you saw it there and want to catch up!) The general premise is that seven students at the Goddard School of Astronautical Engineering aboard Strongwater Station in the year 2118 are tied together by their assignment to the November (or N) Shift for scavenging duty. Scavenging is a brand of work-study job wherein students retrieve and catalog space junk for the dual purpose of recycling precious metals and equipment as well as decluttering the low Earth orbit environment, which is becoming dangerously congested with debris.

    If you like your science fiction with a healthy servings of character drama, technology based in current science, theory, and idea, and semi-realism, November Shift is right up your alley (((:

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    Hey, folks! Been checking out some really great webcomics here. Here's mine. I'm Pam Harrison, would-be novelist turned 3D comic illustrator, creator of the award-winning graphic novel series House of the Muses. My series won the Prism Comics Press Grant award last year for outstanding series. I may not be the best 3D illustrator out there, but the top compliments I get are the realism and depth of my writing, as well as the historical detail. And I narrate this series in first person, which isn't easy, either. Check out a couple of pages from my most recent book, House of the Muses #5, on sale now at

    With its layered storylines involving slavery, political intrigues, and dudes with swords, it's not your run-of-the-mill lesbian miniseries. ;)
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Roninspoon Theater lives.


    Illustrated by the Fillbach Brothers, we're on a reduced production schedule due to time constraints. The current story still continues, but we're only getting a page out every two weeks.

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    My webcomic with the delightfully talented Natalie Metzger just started today on I Should Be Writing. It will show up again on the Monday after that, and the Monday after that:

    All Write! #1

    As you might expect, given the title of it's parent site, it's about writers. Writers who don't really get alot of writing done.
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    My Iron Age Irish epic, The Cattle Raid of Cooley, continues. I'm in the middle of the third of what I expect to be nine or ten chapters.

    Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3

    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 65
    • CommentAuthorSeno
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hello. Just dropping a quick plug for OFF CAMPUS, a relationship-driven comic strip done in the style of an American sitcom. Updates three times a week. The following strip sets up the current storyline:

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    My webcomic Urban Jungle is the story of Zack, the one human in an office full of animals. Office/tech/geek/animal/pop culture humor. Updates every weekday.

    Dress Code Ambiguity
    Zack's Top Five iPad Slogans
    Hell Hound\
    • CommentAuthorerikk
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    I do Hex Libris, a comic about a magical library that updates twice a week.

    Hex Libris: Frankenstein's creature thinks of everything

    Hex Libris: There Otter Be a Law Against It
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    I write and draw Dark Places, a long form fantasy-horror-adventure comic that updates weekly. It's been going for a year and a bit.

    Dark Places: The Silver Chain, Page 1

    Dark Places: The Silver Chain, Page 2

    If I may, I'd also like to drop a plug for We Make Webcomics, a community site for people who, uh, make webcomics. Discussions and socialising and generally connecting with other webcomic creators, that kind of thing.
    • CommentAuthordraxxx
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Wow! Look at all these goddamn comics by all these goddamn people! Unreal. It's so cool that you run threads like this, Warren. Carry on.
    • CommentAuthorzaymac
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
    Hey everyone, I'm the creator of Bear VS. Zombies, and have been going at my webcomic a little over a year now. It's the tale of one grizzly bears attempt at revenge to those responsible for the zombie outbreak that killed his mate.
    Page 1

    Of course other animals are dealing with the zombie apocalypse as well.
    Battle of Tuk

    Thanks for giving us this opportunity to plug our webcomics Warren, I'm finding a few new ones I haven't seen before.
    • CommentAuthorOg
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
    Moon Town
    I write and draw Moon Town, a tale of suspense and adventure on a lunar mining colony in the near future. Releases 3x a week. Hope you enjoy it, and thanks for the chance to post.

    Moon Town

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    We are Kurt Huggins and Zelda Devon.
    We make little fictions for
    More little fictions on

    King of an Endless Sky
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    Heroic regards from Germany!
    Here are two pages from my serial superhero photocomic Union of Heroes starring two of the main characters "The Erzengel" and "Lynn, The Eternal Victim".

    Union of Heroes, Episode 1, Page 21
    Union of Heroes, Episode 4, Page 4

    Union of Heroes is published in both German (Union der Helden) and English and there are new pages every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
    We are currently one of four nominated webcomics for The Webcomic List Awards 2009 in the category "Best Non-Traditional Art", so keep your fingers crossed until the 7th of February, please!
    thirtyseven / arne / ancire