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    • CommentAuthorKevLevell
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010 edited
    Hi There,
    Fractal Friction. It's a collaborative thing... one writer, one letterer, five artists... and guest artists too.
    The world is turned upside down when Jamie goes for a job interview...

    fractal friction page 1
    • CommentAuthorMaximo
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    HEY! I'm Maximo V. Lorenzo, currently hammering out a comic for WWW.ZUDA.COM Called One Hit Knock Out, you can visit it here: OHKO on ZUDA

    It's about a young lad on his quest to be a hero, only to find out he has no idea what a hero is. Although it's still in production, I believe it'll be in full swing in a few months. But for now the first 8 pages are up ( which have been recolored but not uploaded yet. )

    One Hit Knock Out 1
    One Hit Knock Out 2

    Maximo V. Lorenzo Portfolio
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    Hey everybody, Eric Monster Millikin here. I obsess over painted, self-titled autobiographical horror/romance webcomics at

    There are tentacles and zombies and vampires. Abstract comics and optical illusions. Sometimes they are secretly about how stupid American society and politics are and sometimes not so secretly.

    Two examples:

    True fact: The awesome Casey Sorrow of Sorrow Industries back on page 2 used to do a comic called "Fetus-X" with me, but we broke up after a utility-knife fight over who exactly was stealing whose break dance moves.
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    My name is Rob Chambers and I do a D&D-inspired humor strip called MeatShield. MeatShield revolves around two characters so far: Dhur, a half-orc barbarian and the fiercest knitter in the Five Kingdoms and Jaine, a half-elf bard working on her master's thesis by chronicling Dhur's "adventures," if that's what you call them. The current storyline has Dhur and Jaine trying to find and retrieve a teen-age prince who has run away from home with his girlfriend and taken a powerful magical artifact to boot. Hope you like it!
    I'd listen to him, Otter, he's pre-med.
    Meet Cap'n Abe...
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    After some hiatus, I keep posting comics to The Secret Knots. They are brief, self-conclusive stories. It often features biographies of imaginary people, like this:
    The Secret Knots
    Read this whole comic here:
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    • CommentAuthorBen Costa
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    My comic is Pang, The Wandering Shaolin Monk. It's historical fiction about a chubby little monk and his struggles to make it in 17th century China after his temple's been destroyed.

    I won a Xeric Grant to print the first volume this past December and it's coming out in July. Here's the cover:
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010 edited

    Geoffrey D. Wessel here once again, and not JUST pimping the same old Morrissey-barbarian-fantasy story that I usually do, namely There Is A Light, which of course was written by me, and drawn by the insanely talented John Keogh of the now-sadly-ended webstrip Lucid TV...

    THERE IS A LIGHT cover

    But also here to stump for an almost-launched NEW webcomic anthology site called Hadron Colliderscope, which will feature SF/fantasy stories not too dissimilar to the good ol' Future Shocks from 2000AD. Here's a page from a story that will be one of the first at launch, my sole contribution so far (but more to come!) entitled "Whole Lotta Rosie," art by site creator/chief Michael Vincent Bramley:

    And hey, just for laughs, why not check out the pilot episode for a web strip that never went any further, a super-prison epic entitled The Grave, art also by Bramley. Sad it didn't go any further, but hey, lessons were learned and in some ways, I'm sort of glad it DIDN'T get any further. But hey, who knows WHAT the future holds?

    Have fun!
    --- Geoffrey D. Wessel
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    Thanks again for the call for webcomics, Warren.

    I'm heading toward the finish line of Over, my bro-mantic comedy ogn that is a cross between "Chasing Amy" and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall".

    Over Preview
    Start Reading OVER here!

    And my fantasy webcomic, Tears of the Dragon has recently begun it's second chapter.

    Tears of the Dragon

    Start Reading "Tears of the Dragon" Here!
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    Along with the unspeakably talented Natalie Metzger, I do a comic called ALL WRITE! for I Should Be Writing, a website for wanna-be fiction writers. It's about--surprise, surprise--wanna-be fiction writers.

    All Write! #3 - Mess With The Dragon

    All Write #4 - So Much In Common

    There's a new strip every Monday. Here's the first strip, and here's the full archive.
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    I do a series of unrelated one panels I call I ? Sushi at my site

    Here a couple examples:

    Batman: World's worst Guardian Ad Litem

    Keeping the Spirit of Halloween in your heart all your round is important kids.

    You can see another slightly different archive of the work here and follow the twitter feed here
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010 edited
    Hi, I'm Michael Bramley from Hadron Colliderscope

    We're an upcoming webcomic collective due to go live some time this month. We specialize in short sci-fi comics in two or three pages ranging from the silly to the disturbing. There's not much at the site yet as you can see, but please hang onto the link and check it out from time to time, we promise there will be something for everyone!

    Here are a couple of pages I wrote/illustrated. Stay tuned to see what happens next!

    Page One: Static:
    Static Page 1

    Page One: Glug Abuse:
    Glug Abuse

    For now, if anyone has any questions, or would like to get involved they can contact the editor Jason at:

    Or myself at:
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    I do a comic called "Weird Fishes" that's been going for a couple years, and Warren was kind enough to promote it when the book came out from SLG. My new book, "Dee's Siren Song", just recently started up online. Read it at Weird Fishes Comic . com

    • CommentAuthortdellaringa
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010 edited
    Love these threads, seeing all the stuff out there that I've missed.

    Tom Dell'Aringa, I've been doing Marooned for 2 years now. Space Opera/Humor keeping All-Ages in mind.

    The beginning of a current short story featuring the robot Asimov:


    A piece of the most recent story:

    • CommentAuthorbusorama
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    Hey there, I'm Gardner. Along with co-writer Chris Thorn and artists Dave Lentz and Rob Simmons, I'm responsible for the webcomic Registered Weapon, about a robotic cash register who fights crime.


    Currently FELIX (the cash register) and his partner Frank are in the middle of their fourth case: a murder at the LAPD's annual Policeman's Ball. Here's Frank interrogating Johnny, the reptilian date of the Department's other robotic officer, TATM:

    Policeman's Ball

    There are three full cases in the archive, and we update with new comics every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Come on by and check it out!

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    Thanks for doing this Warren!

    I'm Eddie Pittman and I do an online graphic novel called Red's Planet. Red's Planet is about a 10-year-old girl named Red who, after being abducted by a UFO and marooned on a distant planet, must find a way to survive with a group of misfit aliens.

    I'm in the middle of Chapter One, but there is a preview of what's to come up at the site. Here are some images from the preview:

    Red's Planet Preview Cover
    Red's Planet Preview page 6
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    Anthony Peruzzo and I are doing The Assignment weekly over at R and R Comics.

    It's about, amongst other things, assassination targets that won't stay dead, snake worshiping inbred telepathic red necks, ancient conspiracies, something big, mean and hungry living under the South Pole and, of course, whether rock and roll can save the world.

    Here are the last two pages - we'll be updating again tomorrow (or Tuesday, April 20th, for those reading this from the future):


    • CommentAuthorbookofbiff
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    My name is Chris Hallbeck and I do The Book of Biff, a single panel comic about spaghetti, toasters and time travel. The strip centers around a child-like mad scientist named Biff who may be part cockroach or possibly an alien.


    • CommentAuthorSimon
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    WeirdBaby is an ongoing quasi-autobiographical story. My wife does the art and I write.

    One of the characters from that story has a slightly more gag-oriented spin-off comic about amateur recording, called Thank You, NASA.

    • CommentAuthorLaburrini
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
    Hello fellow webcartoonists!

    My name is Sarah Burrrini.
    I'm a cartoonist from Cologne, Germany and together with my official translator and punchline enhancer Jörg Faßbender I'm doing the bilingual webcomic Life Ain't No Pony Farm.
    It's a semi-autobiographical comic strip about my life as a cartoonist in an absurd reality including a hot-headed mushroom, a cute pony and an elephant who adores Miles Davis.

    Here are some sample strips:
    Blind Date
    Comic Con

    We'd be happy to welcome you to our site!!!
    Thank you very much! :)