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    • CommentAuthorsopelana
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010 edited
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    Hi, my name is Luis Sopelana and I'm doing a webcomic called HERBATA.

    It's about a couple of teenage magic users in a slightly alternate world. I've just started it (finishing page 6 right after this post), so come along for the ride! My intention is to update it a page a week (hopefully two by the end of this month). I upload every page in English and en espaƱol.

    Here's the link to start from page one

    Here's page five (for some reason it won't let me put page 1):
    HERBATA page 5

    Thanks for the opportunity, Warren.
    • CommentAuthorielle77
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010 edited
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    UGH! please tell me you're doing another one of these later this summer. My webcomic, WAYWARD isn't quite ready yet :( I'm hoping for an August 2010 release date!

    until then folks can check out my work on http://ielle77.deviantart.com/

    I've been posting sneak peeks there.

    Teaser for Wayward

    you can also follow my progress via my twitter page: http://twitter.com/iellepalmer

    WAYWARD: Monster Huntering and Smart Asses.... what more can you ask for?
    • CommentAuthorericlide
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
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    Hey all, my name's Eric Lide and I draw a fantasy/action comic called Station Square, which follows a small group of bounty hunters trying to make a living.

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    PITCH BLACK, now on a new website.





    As always, thanks for the thread, Warren.
    • CommentAuthorrosscott
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
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    My comic, The System. It updates 3 times a week. Here's the RSS. It jumps around in topic from graphic design to coffee to biking to general snarkiness. Here's 2 that have been popular lately:

    The Cycle of (Time) Suck:


    My Body is Just a Filter:
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      CommentAuthorBouletto
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010 edited
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    Hello,
    My name is Boulet and I'm a french cartoonist... I didn't know this site, I'm one of the "tell your friends" incomers...
    I draw a webcomic since 2004... It's not a big story, more little scenes which can be imaginary or scenes from my life...

    One note is a complete improvised story of usaly 2 or 3 pages (I don't write scenario before or use any roughs: the principe is: just take a pen and draw), so I just show you one to avoid flooding !

    Kinder surprise webcolic

    I chose this one because it's a non-texts one... Of course most of my story are in french, but recently I started a translation (but it's quit difficult for me, as you can see, I can't really write in a perfect english !) starting from the begining of the webcomic.
    So here's the french adress:

    Bouletcorp in French

    And the english one for older works (I update usualy three times a week)

    Bouletcorp in English

    Hope you'll like it, and I already thank you for this thread, there are lots of cool stuff to discover !

    -Boulet-
    • CommentAuthorMoochava
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
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    The Water Phoenix King is a mythic fantasy story in a world of coin-birthed dragons, catfish-riding invaders from the moon, and a twisted sort of karma laid down by an oppressive creator-god, a phenomenon--called Tamantha--against which our heroes have begun to struggle. It's currently in its third chapter and really picking up, with a freed time demon currying favors with political exiles, the general of a dead god struggling to reassert his influence in heaven, and an angel of chaos looking for identity and purpose amidst a clashing pantheon of squabbling shrine gods.

    Water Phoenix King Chapter 3 Page 4
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      CommentAuthordechanique
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
     (8082.28)
    My name is Deanna and I publish a weekly webcomic La Macchina Bellica. It's an neo-victorian/steampunkish graphic novel (not like, a gag strip or something). The story has two POV's from the two female protagonists representing both sides of a looming war; Kana Inari - an engineer conscripted into the Confederate States of Feuerland military designing war machines based on burried technology from civilizations past, and Aubrey Devon - representing the Calanthians, who lack technological advancement but make up for it by harnessing the elements.

    The comic started out (first 6 chapters) in black and white with screentones, but I've recently changed to a color format.

    Here is one of the back and white pages:
    The Captain of the Reinheit talks to his men

    and here is one of the color pages:
    Opening page of Chapter 7


    My story contains a lot of LGBT themes, just throwing that warning out there.
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    Webcomics week again! Excellent. Why not have a look at mine? It's called The Cattle Raid of Cooley, and it's an adaptation of one of the oldest stories of northern Europe. One reader says it's "rapidly progressing from a very good interpretation to a classic in its own right". It's an Iron Age war story, basically. If you like Eric Shanower's Age of Bronze, or ancient literature generally, this is for you.

    Shortly before the sequence below, Ailill (the chap with the beard, who happens to be king of Connacht) has discovered that Fergus (the chap with the moustache, who used to be king of Ulster) has been having it away with his wife, and while he was engaged in said activity, stolen his sword. Then he's challenged him to a friendly board game.

    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 57

    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 58
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    Carnivore Carnival is a series of short comics drawn by me. How short? Well, ranging from 1 to 14 pages (although I have a script ready for a 28 page long tale too).

    preview page 1
    preview page 2

    Right now there's a total of six finished stories:

    Planet Adam, Conception and Definition, Until Death Do Us Part, The Town at the End of the World, Making History, Taxi!, and currently being serialized is The Herb.

    There are no genre or style limitations. The only two are: it has to be in color and shorter than 52 pages.

    Around June or July there'll be a print edition of the first 52 pages through Ka-blam/indylpanet, most likely titled Coilstar Illustrated (I chose the title for the webcomic before I found out there's a novel titled Carnivorous Carnival, which I deemed too close for comfort. Thus the title change for the print books).
    • CommentAuthorNovah
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
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    This makes the third Webcomics Week that I've posted about my character-driven, science-fiction comic November Shift! 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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      CommentAuthorDavidWynne
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010 edited
     (8082.32)
    I've done a couple of webcomics in the past, including a complete Graphic Novel called Damnation that you can read here.

    This month I started a thing called Particle Fiction. There's no fixed ongoing storyline, instead I'm posting a complete 16 page story once a month.

    The first one's a grimey sci-fi/pulp/crime thing that's kind of unashamedly cheesy:
    Particle Fiction 1


    ...and next month's (due on May 1st) is a ridiculous semi-spandex fight comic full of puns:
    Particle Fiction 2


    I know it's kind of a weird model for webcomics, but I've done the page-at-a-time thing, and it really didn't work for me. Apart from anything else, the work suffered, as it really fucked my pacing. This way I make better comics, and I'm actually more productive.

    Please do come have a look.
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    Recently started updating Sorrow Industries, Biotechnology Research Laboratories. Because sometimes intelligent design isn't intelligent enough...

    Research

    Menthol
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    Hi, my name is Axel Medellin. I do the art for the weekly series Earthbuilders at Zuda. This is a team work with my friends Abraham Martinez (plot), RG Llarena (script) and Felipe Sobreiro (colors and lettering). The story is about the Terraforming Fleet, which travels the universe creating planets fit for human beings. Of course, they discover something they weren't expecting, and things explode. We have mutant killer whales and alcoholic cyborgs. And creepy korean inquisitor girls. Every tuesday at http://zudacomics.com/earthbuilders

    We are nearing the end of season one. We invite you to take a look. Thanks!

    Earthbuilders pag 29
    Earthbuilders pag 30
    • CommentAuthormightymao
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
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    Photobucket

    What does a young cartoonist do after a horrifically eventful career in the labyrinth that is the American healthcare industry? He writes a comic about it. DNR captures all the love, death, defeat, and bodily fluids from one of the busiest emergency rooms in the U.S.A. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll never look at health care the same way again.

    Photobucket

    At nearly 60 stories and at 200+ pages, DNR is a year old, still going strong, and updated every Wednesday.

    Click here and come read DNR!
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    Hey kids: Dan Goldman here. I've previously done comics like Shooting War, the nonfiction election OGN "08" and "KELLY" for ACT-I-VATE. Since January, I've been serializing my dream project, a new tropical horror series called RED LIGHT PROPERTIES over at Tor.com, which is a project approximately 9 years in the making.

    RLP Front

    RLP is the first in a series of OGNs about a small real estate office on Miami Beach that exorcises and lists "previously haunted homes", connecting them to victims of the mortgage crisis. The firm's exorcist Jude Tobin enters the spirit world via hallucinogens scored off a local anthropology professor while his very-recent (and very angry) ex-wife runs the office's daily affairs; it's both a psychedelic horror and a family drama. I'm putting up 8-page installements every other Tuesday over on Tor.com through mid-September, with the second volume starting a few months after that.

    Here's my one measly sample page:

    RLP sample

    My work on RLP is a mixture of vector drawing, digital paint, collage and 3D architectural renderings; I recently did a video interviewed about my comic-making process on the series, which I share now with you.

    I've also created this Facebook group for Red Light Properties that's full of extra goodies. Come on by, and tell me you're here via Warren.

    ---love---> d!
    Dan Goldman
    http://dangoldman.net
    twitter: @dddangoldmannn
    • CommentAuthormav
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
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    Hello, my name is Mav and I am the writer of Cosmic Hellcats. Cosmic Hellcats is an ongoing strip that parodies manga, science fiction and pop culture. It stars four catgirls, their robot and their spaceship and a cast of side characters they meet along the way. Each character is based on a real life model (I'm a photographer) so the website features sexy photoshoots of the real girls as well.

    We publish new comics every Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Mondays and Thursdays being part of an ongoing story arch while Saturday comics are gag strips that give you a break from the ongoing stories. The third story arch just began, so we invite you to check it out and let us know what you think.


    April 8th:
    April 8, 2010

    February 18th:
    February 18, 2010
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    Point of Contact, page 8

    Point of Contact is more alien crash landing than alien invasion, as one resourceful family, and some friends, find themselves the intermediaries between the Earth and the spaceship which crashed on it. A new page every Monday, it's planned in 20-30 page chapters for print on demand publishing some time in the future.
    • CommentAuthormadstan
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2010
     (8082.39)
    I'm Stephen Nocentelli, and I do a little comic called Real-Super.

    Real-Super is a comedy featuring super heroes as they go about their every day lives. Thunderbolt works for the Titan Up Corporation, which hires and manages super people and deploys them around the city as needed, for an hourly wage. Along with his roommate, The Hooded Man, and best friends, Fireman and The Pantaloon, Thunderbolt works to save the day from the dark lord Rob, but would rather stay home and goof off.

    Updated on Mondays and Fridays, Real-Super is a comic comprised of both single gag strips and short story arcs.

    #79
    #71
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    Howdy! My name is William Chrapcynski and I run a comic called Binary Souls / Other Dimensions. I update the comic 3 times a week but I also post other things like original music and rants during non-comic days. Here's a sample page and you can check the rest out at http://www.bsodcomic.net.

    Comic #252