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    Graphic Classics: Special Edition presents five tales by favorite authors from the “Graphic Classics” series. Included are Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat,” adapted by Rod Lott and Gerry Alanguilan; Arthur Conan Doyle’s eerie mystery “John Barrington Cowles,” adapted by Alex Burrows and Simon Gane; and fantasy master Lord Dunsany’s “A Narrow Escape,” adapted by Milton Knight. Plus a one-page fable by Ambrose Bierce, illustrated by Mark Dancey, and “Frankenstein” author Mary Shelley’s medieval romance, “The Dream,” adapted by Antonella Caputo and Anne Timmons. With a dramatic front cover illustration by Gerry Alanguilan and a back cover by Anne Timmons.
    Free Comic Book Day is May 3rd 2008

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    Eyes - Page One

    Eyes of the Beholder is a preview story from an upcoming erotic comics anthology. It is expressly Adults Only, and Not Safe For Work. It can be seen entirely here, at, or downloaded in .cbz format directly from here. It is illustrated by Alan Tham and written and lettered by myself.

    (And, apologies to Warren and Ariana if this content doesn't belong here. No had had a problem with my "Making Porn" thread, so I thought it wouldn't hurt. Feel free to strike it down, just don't be mad at me.)

    • CommentAuthorjohnplatt
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2008
    From my new webcomic, Plattitudes:

    Baby Jesus

    Not my best drawing, but gag I thought those here would appreciate.

    • CommentAuthortaylorellis
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008 edited
    I started a little comic called "The Wild West Adventures of Dayton Jones". It's mostly about monsters, Texas, and awful parents.
    the party's at

    I'm pretty new to the webcomic thing and feeling it out as I go.
    I'm trying to update every 2 weeks (clark kent job and all that)

    love needles

    thanks for telling me where to repost, Ben.
    • CommentAuthornandop
    • CommentTimeMar 2nd 2008
    Hi everyone. I'm writing and drawing my first GN and I'm posting the pages online for everyone to read. It's a Sci-fi comedy called WARPED!
    You can check it out at this link.
    Warped! cover

    If you like what you see, leave a comment and come back every friday for 3 new pages.
    Hope you dig it!
    • CommentTimeMar 3rd 2008
    Well, after having three different artists back out on me, I was ready to throw this series concept into the bin. And then a fine strapping young gent named Michael Bramley (who posts here as redricully) responded to a post I made on MillarWorld, we swapped scripts and art, and he liked this so much I resurrected it. And now, today, it finally debuts, on my LiveJournal.

    Ladies and gents, I present the first page of The Grave, a political tale set in a prison for supercriminals.

    THE GRAVE Issue 1 Part 1 Page 1 by Geoffrey D. Wessel + Michael Bramley

    I hope you enjoy it, and feel free to leave comments on LJ (I don't allow anonymous postings tho, sorry)...
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2008
    Just thought I'd let those in the States know you won't have to pay high postal and shipping rates for the new 28-page full-colour comic from The House of Murky Depths (that's Murky Depths' publishing arm). Death and The Maiden 4 by novelist Richard Calder is available direct from IndyPlanet for just $4.95.
    The much shorter Episodes 1, 2 & 3 feature in the first three issues of Murky Depths, available from the Murky Shop at the website.
    Gulp. Have I overstepped the mark?
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2008
    That'll teach me to copy code from MySpace and not check it first, The IndyPlanet link is here and the Murky Depths one here.
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    My buddy and I have self-published two issues of our black and white comics/prose anthology titled WARRIOR27. The first issue did . . . not so well. But we learned a lot from exhibiting at WizWorld Chicago and made our second issue far better. Taking it to SPX, we sold a bunch of book and even received a nice review from Indy Comic Review here All the comic stories that ran in the second issue, plus a couple of stories that will be in the next one are at our ComicSpace page. And a single image from one of the short stories, "RURAL BLISS," is below:

    Rural Bliss
    • CommentTimeMar 11th 2008 edited
    First of all:

    Tom Raney is a god to me. I can't beleive I'm posting something in the same thread as him. Nothing against anybody else but DAMN, that sonuvabitch can DRAW!

    Anyway. THis is from the first issue of my webcomic, DREAMNASIUM. (Drunkduck or Web Comics Nation)

    Kali fights the giant eye squid droid
    • CommentTimeMar 18th 2008 edited
    I make BOOHAVEN, a 5x-a-week minimal comic strip, with a ghost. Or several ghosts. (They all look the same.) It makes extensive use of webcomicky things like tagging and title text, and completely abandons speech attribution and clear panelization.
    The latest:
    BOOHAVEN Strip
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    Man, I love threads like this. This must be the joy EMTs feel when they arrive at the scene of the idea-factory explosion.

    This is a page from the first issue of INVISIBLE, INC: YELLOW JOURNALISM, written by me and expertly rendered by Tomás Aira.

    S.M.O.K.E. agents respond to an emergency call

    More at my MySpace:
    And my website:
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    I wrote a couple of short stories for an anthology I publish (easy isn't it).

    The magazine

    I also write "Paris, Hell" in episodes of 11 pages. It runs in every issue of "Plots" and "Plots" comes out every 3 months.

    It's drawn by rAccou

    Have a taste:

    You can read the firts three episodes and other work by me here

    Hope you like.
    • CommentAuthorcase
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2008
    Hey all - though we're still in development stage, we've got our site up and active. It'll just be a few weeks beofre actual comic pages start appearing. But what th'hell!


    PS - Before anyone says anything - yes, I know Frank Miller has decided to use the red-tie/black silhouette look for his film adaptation of "The Spirit", and while I love Mr. Miller's work and respect him very much - we've been working on this for far longer than his (probably gonna kick-ass) film has been in production (or even pre-production, for that matter, or even an idea of the film). See, we're slow. It's taken a lot of years to get top this point. -sigh- Oh well...