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    I make seamonster, and I've finally finished it. 130 pages, free to read online or download, CC licensed. I'd appreciate any comments!

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    A new comer to Comics in general, my upcoming web comic Citadel will start going up next month at my website.

    Citadel is an adventure story following the lives of two families growing up in separate sides of war-torn countries. Spanning time and the great distance; a mysterious power intertwines their lives.

    The current comic going up is Tapeworm Comic from Ugly Duckling Presse (being published this summer) circa 2007. Major changes will take place when Citadel begins!

    • CommentAuthormacabresque
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010 edited
    Hi everyone, my name is Can and I have an ongoing weekly webcomic called Macabresque. It's about a bunch of PhD students trapped in a campus full of zombies, which you can read at

    Macabresque page 22

    Macabresque page 23
    • CommentAuthorKuzimu
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    Hi guys, i'm Brett Uren and my comic is called 'KUZIMU', my main site is

    'Kuzimu' is a chapter-based comic that incorporates African/world mythology, horror, science fiction and psychology to illustrate the mysteries of humanity.

    Moreover, the story is about conjecture as much as exposition, to illicite the sense of exploration and mystery surrounding the world i've created. The ultimate aim would be to create a cult fanbase, who would want to discuss the details. themes and landscapes in Kuzimu, which until its conclusion and perhaps even after that is open to some interpretation.
    I wanted to create something as an independent that was different but could begin to stand up alongside the big name publishers in terms of quality.

    Here is an interior page from issue 1 showing the as yet unnamed protagonist (to be revealed in later issues) and the variant cover from issue 3 (Depicting the dragons Gog and Magog):

    Kuzimu Yowa 1-6

    Kuzimu syoma 1 alt cover

    Issue 1 is free to read on my site, other issues are priced at £1.50 with free variant cover images.
    Also it is going to be available digitally via very soon and you can buy in print from .

    Issue 4 is in the works right now and I should have it finished really soon. It takes a while for an issue to come out as i'm a one man band at present. Rest assured if I went professional you'd be looking at a bimonthly instead of maybe two a year!

    Hope you like and if you want to chat about it you can also reach me at

    Brett x.
  3.  (8082.105)
    Over at my site, Dimes For Nickels, I am serializing a fantasy action comedy comic called Yes You Can! every Tuesday and Thursday. We're coming to the end of the first chapter soon, so it's a great time to jump aboard.


    Note: I also run tasty photos the rest of the week. So there's always something to read. Come on over.
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010 edited
    Arsen Fox

    I haven't had the time to translate any new Steel Raining stories into English since the last Webcomics thread, but here's the links for the old stuff:

    The News

    The main website is mostly in spanish, but you're always welcome, if you want to take a look. We've been running this sort of aternate reality thing lately, involving fake twitter accounts, a nonexistent netlabel and lots of hidden webcomic pages. (You might want to try the Konami code in our homepage for an example).

    • CommentAuthorSuperP
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    Hi, my name's Paul and I draw a webcomic called Supertown. It updates three times a week, is about kids pretending to be superheros, and none of the characters have arms, legs, ears, or noses. That's just how it goes.

    Here's the linky: Suuuuuupertown!

    Right now we're in the middle of Chapter Two, "No Trouble Like Zoo Trouble," which is all about hypnotized monkeys running rampant at the local zoo. Can our hero Will (a.k.a. Willpower) figure out how to set things right? Keep readin'...
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    Check out Audley Strange, because the little baby jesus would want you to. Some pages from the current storyline Grand Theft Gateau. . No credits since I do everything.
    • CommentAuthorenshogirl
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    I'm Tina Pratt and I do a webcomic, The Paul Reveres. It's about the American Revolution fought battle of the bands style.

    The comic updates twice a week on Tuesday and Friday and has been up for a little over a year now.

    The Union Jack-Offs
    The Paul Reveres
    • CommentAuthortylerpage
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    I'm tyler page and I do a comic called Nothing Better. it's about a couple of mis-matched roommates at a Lutheran college and their friends. it's about growing up, grappling with self-identity, relationships and god (or the lack of). the story is over 200 pages long so far and has two book collections available! would love to hear from you.

    nb13 pg 14
    nb11 pg18
    • CommentAuthorTheDeeMan
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010

    My name is Darryl Hughes aka "TheDeeMan". I'm the writer/creator of The Continentals It's for the folks who like a little murder, mystery, and adventure with their steam punky webcomics. LOL! Here's the plot:

    1889. Barely a year after the mysterious Jack the Rippers murderous rampage and equally mysterious disappearance the city of Mansfordshire, England is shaken by a series of brutal "mangling" murders that plunge the city into an abyss of fear.

    Investigating the case, Continental Operatives Jeffrey Tiffen Smythe and his partner the gender bending adventuress lady Fiona Fiziwigg uncover the threads that bind the murderer, his victims, the highest echelons of society, it's lowest dregs, and even the police officers investigating the case in a tangled web of mystery, adventure, intrigue, and murder that is like Sherlock Holmes, mixed with equal parts of the 60's tv show "The Avengers", with a dash of James Bond for flavor.

    Here's a sample page:

    Page 5

    Let me know what you think

    • CommentAuthormangaka2170
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010 edited
    I'm Peter Allen, and I write and draw Frontier: 2170, a sci-fi webcomic with bits of noir, western and slice of life to taste. It's about the (mis)adventures of an independent spaceship crew as they try to make ends meet in the middle of an interplanetary shooting war. I have the prologue and the first chapter done, but since I'm still in the process of migrating to the ComicGenesis site it won't all be up for a while. Ordinarily, it updates on Tuesdays and Fridays, but since I'm busy migrating it'll be updating daily until the end of Stage 01.

    Prologue, page 07
    Prologue, page 10
    • CommentAuthordrawshed
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    Hi, my webcomic is Starthrower in Haiti and it's a fundraiser to help Haitians go to high school. The sponsorships are provided by a charity called Starthrower Foundation. The stories I have drawn so far were all written by Sharon Gaskell, the founder of Starthrower. My next story was going to be about my trip to Haiti and my stay at the Starthrower Foundation but I had to pospone it due to the earthquake. Until I'm able to travel down there, I won't be posting new updates on my webcomic BUT the fundraising is still on, so if you like the stories and what I'm trying to do, please give what you can.
    I have 6 stories for a total of 26 pages right now. Each story has a different style, so here examples from 3 stories.
    Home visits pg 10
    My life in Haiti pg3
    • CommentAuthorjakemurray
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    Hi All,
    I'm Jake Murray. I wrote Zombie Report while taking Bendis' class here in Portland, Oregon. It's not really about zombies.
    Zombie Report at
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    Time for my yearly appearance on Whitechapel again already? ;)

    My comic is called Magpie Luck and it's a story about a time traveler for hire. A lady time traveler, that is, and her companion, a sentient non-verbal narrating gas cloud. Lots of silly humor, sometimes about The Safety Dance.

    Here's your link, Mr. Ellis, et al.

    Magpie Luck
    • CommentAuthorrobotbeach
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    Hello. I have a little webcomic called Robot Beach. It is about a little robot trapped on a deserted island with his crab and seagull companions. Updates 3 times a week. Hope you enjoy!
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    My name is Christopher baldwin and I do a twice-weekly sci-fi webcomic called Spacetrawler. Here's a sample page.

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    Though it's crawling at a snail's pace, behold my current webcomic, Bug-Out, An Electric Miscellany, which is about the nature of strange cuties and the telling of strange stories and a once-great police force whose helmets resemble giant red insects. Once I've finished with the current, agonisingly slow story arc, our next will feature a Stoat With A Gun.
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    ZOMBIE YEARS is survival horror comic that takes place in Miami Florida. I was tired of reading the sweet little town or Industrial City Zombie Horror and tried for a Sunny version.
    Plus with Brown People.

    • CommentAuthorkloob
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2010
    I am from "sunny" England have written and arted a comic called 'Currhue' that is about a man who encounters an alien race who have based their entire culture on the contents of his brain. Along the way there are dinosaurs, lottery tickets and death. I've even had some positive reviews!

    Currhue page 1-18

    Currhue page 2-11