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      CommentAuthoryorko
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
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    In January, Ryan Burton, Felipe Sobreiro and myself got a short story in Top Shelf 2.0, OLOSHINO
    here's a page:


    And there's of course Bear Beater Bunyan, originally published via web as Yon Kuma, available for various mobile devices via Itunes and the Android Market, written by Josh Hechinger and drawn by me.

    Here's an image:
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    My name's David and I do a comic / cartoon called Unbearable Bears Presents! It updates every Sunday (but for a brief time it was three days a week). I've recently been experimenting with single large panel gags. Here are a couple of examples.

    Criminal Mustaches

    Seasonals Greetings
    • CommentAuthorjohnbintz
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
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    I'm John Bintz and I'm currently doing one webcomic (the other's on hiatus) called Dawn's Dictionary Drama. I get random words (usually fancy words, but I'll take anything as long as it's PG) from people at comic conventions and use them in the dialog of a continuing story that I write as I go. The latest used the words Eponymous and Propinquity:

    Eponymous
    Propinquity
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    Criminy there's a ton of webcomics posted here!

    Mine is "Aquarium Drinking" it's updated faithfully on Wednesdays and Sundays every week.

    It's about whiskey, you'll love it... Well not "about" whiskey but whiskey is alway there in the background, as a subtext type thing. And whiskey helped create it too. I do the writing and art, whiskey does the thinking.

    Aquarium Drinking
    Click this and it'll take you to my homepage.
    • CommentAuthorMunsford
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
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    My comic is<a href="http://lovecraftismissing.com/"> Lovecraft is Missing</a>. I'm actually on hiatus at the moment, working on issue 4, but there are 78 pages up for you to catch up on, plus lots of blogs on pulps, horror, reviews, etc.

    (sigh) Can't get the image to load. Take a peek at the link.

    <img src="http://lovecraftismissing.com/?p=920" alt="" />
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      CommentAuthorZEGAS
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010 edited
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    I'm Michel Fiffe and I do a comic called "ZEGAS" over on Act-i-vate. The first "issue" is a self contained story, 27 screens worth. More stories to come.

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2800/4189100261_e561e8e080.jpg

    Boston and Emily Zegas live in the middle of nowhere. Yes, they're related. Brother and sister, as a matter of fact. They're young, too. Oh, and pretty broke. They make ends meet, though, so don't worry about them too much. They're too busy to notice the candy colored dreamlike land they call "home". Stop on by anyway & bring some cheese, beer, & a Yacht Rock mix tape while you're at it.

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2764/4155687042_968046a1dd_o.jpg

    I hope you guys like it. Drop me a line and let me know what you think!

    --Fiffe
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    Bashert is my comic about whatever I find funny at the moment. Be it something that happened in real life or an imaginary failed escape artist.
    Examples:
    Vacation in R'lyeh
    r'lyeh


    ninja Academy
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    Magic City is my webcomic. I created the concept back in 2007, wrote a bunch of short stories, and wrangled up some artists to draw them for me. For free, no less. So Magic City is an anthology series based in my hometown of Billings, Montana, U.S.A. Each story is different, a different genre, theme, tone, except that every story takes place, or is connected to, Billings (a.k.a. the Magic City).

    Right now, I'm wrangling up some more artists, gearing up for more comics in the next month or so. It's a little difficult to keep things on schedule, but when I have comics ready, I update every Tuesday and Thursday with one new page from the current story. I've worked with a ton of artists around the world from Italy to Norway to Brazil to California with more to come! (Always looking for new artists to work with, btw.)

    So enough exposition; here's a couple pages from two separate stories. First page is from "Be Careful What You Wish For..." with art by Hushicho (Tennessee, U.S.A.) and the second page is from "Sacrifice Cliff" with art by Giorgio Iannotti (Italy). I hope this will entice you to read more!

    http://www.magiccitycomic.com

    Magic City - Be Careful What You Wish For... - Page 03

    Magic City - Sacrifice Cliff - Page 09
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    I do a comic with Martin Morazzo called Absolute Magnitude over at DC's Zuda imprint. I've also started blogging about it over in the Whitechapel blogs section.

    It's a science fiction type, and updates every Friday.

    Evil science!

    Nature reassures us!
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      CommentAuthorBP
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2010
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    Hello children. I've missed you so.

    And things, they have changed.

    We have the wonderful Thought Crimes, which features gonzo escapades of people who may or may not be based on my friends and I, as well as Jesus, Satan, God, Santa Claus, Damien (he may be the Anti-Christ, but he's a good guy) and the Macho Dude. It will look familiar to some...

    This WILL be a t-shirt.

    See more of the horror here


    And then there's Meat Sticks. It's advanced stick figure porn featuring characatures of certain celebrities discussing deep political and theological issues.

    Please notice me, Warren!

    You like? Go here. Help me eat..
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    My friend Aaron and I dump fun stuff to enjoyitate at invademyprivacy.com. Thanks again Warren Ellis, for the blog post about us last week!! We have a short comic (The Horror Robber) being published in the upcoming Volume 5 trade of Myspace Dark Horse Presents, and Aaron has a story called Laila & Luther on Top Shelf 2.0. A couple of ongoing comics on our site include The Sabertooth Swordsman and The Sarcomere Carruthers Show.

    invademyprivacy
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    Hey, I'm Steven Fuentes and I draw a comic called Red Sparrow. It's a weekly webcomic I started on and off next year and will be in full force this year.
    Red Sparrow

    It's inspired by classic adventures otries and right now we are following Mavin on a quest to save a villager's daughter from an evil sorceror. But it's not really your traditional fantasy stuff, I mix it up as much as I can. Check it out on my blog or website and please leave some comments if you like it!
    Red Sparrow
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    Hi there, my tragic little comic is called Something to Cry About, and it updates every Friday.

    Something to Cry About is a webcomic for the disconsolate and the brokenhearted. Follow the melancholy and sometimes gruesome happenings in the life of the ghoulish Anne Aesthetic, who likes nothing better than a good cry.

    I started this comic about 9 months ago, and would love to grow my readership and connect with other webcomic artists.

    Spilled Milk
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    hi there
    ive literally just started a webcomic on my livejournal and website.
    its a bit of space mixed with science mixed with drinking and then mixed with MYSTERIES.
    or so id like to think
    check it out at http://nichangell.livejournal.com or www.nichangell.co.uk
    heres a bit:
    Tabby and Trout webcomic page 1
    • CommentAuthorAlotron
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2010
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    Hi peoples - I do a weekly comic called Faraday the Blob, featuring the absurdist misadventures of the eponymous green blob! Hope ye like.
    FtB!
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    I do a little webcomic called L.O.S.T. it is the semi-autobiographical tale of a cartoonists journey through life told through metaphor and other obfuscations.
    Comic you can see the rest of the comics here. L.O.S.T.
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      CommentAuthorstehitchen
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2010
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    Hi, I do a weekly journal comic called The Ste-Regular

    The Ste-Regular
    here's the link: http://comics.stephenhitchen.com
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    Tears of the Dragon is a fantasy webcomic I write, drawn by the amazing Koko Amboro. It's my love letter to the great fantasy flicks I enjoyed in my youth (Princess Bride, Willow, and later LOTR.) Just wrapped up the first chapter.
    Sample Page

    Start Reading Here!
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    Hello, I (still) make seamonster, but it's completed now and on auto update due to post the last page on 9th April, so even if I die you still get to read the end. Who above promises you the same?

    seamonster