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    You do a webcomic? Tell me about it here. Not more than one or two images, please, or else the thread takes forever to load. Don't forget the bloody link.

    Relax. There are only 8400 members of Whitechapel, plus god knows how many drop-ins who aren't registered members. Only around 2500 people per day visit Whitechapel on average. Except when it's busy, or when I run links from warrenellis.com.

    And they all want to read webcomics.

    NOTE: this is not for people to list their favourite webcomics. We've done that before. Boring.

    -- W
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      CommentAuthoremsie
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010 edited
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    Thanks, as always, Warren!
    Hi guys! Just reminding you that Dragon Heir is still ongoing at my site. the latest chapter (37) is free to read right now ^_^

    • CommentAuthorButterfest
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Butterfest!
    www.butterfest.net
    Butter ponders the lenght of a car ride...
    Butter is a dude who likes comics and has an overactive imagination. He organizes and promotes rock gigs. He shoots videos and loads em up on you tube. He is frustrated by the narrow minded beehive drone like view most those that surround him share. He prays to Odin (of all them gods) for a revolution. sometimes, it really sucks to live in a third world country, while having a first world mentality.
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    I create a twice-weekly updated webcomic called GO HOME PADDY

    GO HOME PADDY is the story of a Famine Era Irish immigrant arriving on American shores (Boston) and finding the same miseries that he had left behind on the other side of the Atlantic: bigotry, poverty and hatred. The tales deals with race, religion, assimilation, immigration and incorporates historical details such as the Great Hunger, the rise of the Know-Nothings, Victorian prejudices and the Great Boston Fire of 1872.
    GO HOME PADDY pg16
    GO HOME PADDY pg17
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    HELPFUL HINT: linking pages and hoping they'll display as images does not bode well for your future on the interwebs.
    • CommentAuthorkloob
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Thank you. My comic, Currhue, can be found at http://www.currhue.com.

    It is a science-fiction endowed story of a man who finds a race of talking dinosaurs who have modelled their entire culture on the contents of his head.

    currhue 2_15
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    I've returned to my 100 comics in 100 days challenge after a three month break (at Day 70) when I got hit with glandular fever.

    Now at day 78 and holding strong. Follow it here

    100 days page1
    100 days page2
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    Mine's called PITCH BLACK and it's now posted daily because I seem to be on a mission to drive myself insane. So far, there's 81 strips of varying lengths (the 50th has 67 panels -- driving myself insane, as I said). I've recently created two recurring characters, Rock Hardick and Captain Hempbeard, in addition to the space crew and the Ambassador Of Awesome.

    Two recent strips:





    Thanks for these threads, Warren.
    • CommentAuthorDanPotter
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010 edited
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    Hey all, Walking the Lethe is coming up on the six month mark and we're still going strong and things just keep getting weirder. Richard is still trying to get to heaven to find his wife but Utos, the Angel of Profit, wants a word with his mistress, Astria.

    http://walkingthelethe.com
    issue 2 page 16

    Click here to check it out!
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      CommentAuthorSantapau
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010 edited
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    The latest update in my comic The Secret Knots is an adaptation of lyrics by Piano Magic. I emailed the link to the band and their composer loved it and plugged it in their Myspace, making me a very happy fan.
    The Secret Knots
    You can READ IT HERE.
    Thanks!
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      CommentAuthorDrezz
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    I've been working on a 'noir webcomic' for a couple of months.
    El Cuervo updates twice a week on Mondays and Fridays, and the blog updates daily.

    El Cuervo webcomic link
    • CommentAuthorpfallerj
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Every month, Saint James releases a free 8-page comic in the Ex Occultus series.

    Here's an image from the latest, "The Wicked King"
    The Wicked King

    There are two volumes of stories:

    Volume 1: http://whoissaintjames.com/2009/02/22/ex-occultus-wakefields-journal
    Volume 2: http://whoissaintjames.com/2009/02/22/ex-occultus-wakefields-journal-volume-2

    Here's the synopsis of Ex Occultus:
    Ex Occultus is a globetrotting, serialized epic combining elements of Indiana Jones, H. P. Lovecraft and The X-Files as it follows the exploits of adventurer and fortune-hunter Francis Wakefield, the gruff and grizzled Englishman with a tortuous past, and his protégé, a young man only known as Hollander, as they journey through the arcane in search of treasures and fortune, righting wrongs as they go.
    • CommentAuthorcopperage
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Hopeless, Maine

    HOPELESS book one (Personal Demons)

    " It grabs your eyes with fishhook vengeance…a feast for the eyes that is carefully prepared and slow cooked all week. This is a world full of magic and fantasy with dark themes…written as if Tim Burton lived on Sesame Street. The dark and unique fantasy world created here carries a child-like innocence in every panel.

    –Chris Nitz, Comics Are Evil"
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      CommentAuthorDavidWynne
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Hello. Regular lurker here, very very very occasional poster. Mainly in these "plug your comic" posts. Shameless shill? Possibly.

    I do a comic that is basically like a traditional paper monthly comic book in most respects, with the main glaring difference being that I do it online. I sell paper ones at cons for beer money as well, but it's primarily a webcomic.

    It's called Particle Fiction, and every issue is a complete 16 page story. It's mainly SF, but I'm also a big fan of crime and, yes, super-hero comics, so those inevitably creep in there as well.

    Preview page from issue 2, which was my favourite so far- a tribute to silver age super hero comics run through a SF and modern geekery filter:

    MASSIVE WALL OF TEXT YES

    It's kind of iphone friendly, too- you have to download the pdf (which is free, obviously), but once you've got it on there, it reads just fine without any zooming or what have you. Check it out.
    • CommentAuthoradamszym
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Thanks, Warren!

    GOOD SHOW, SIR! is my webcomic about whatever strikes my fancy: robots, jetpack babies, genies, more robots, elephant men, etc. It updates Monday Wednesday Friday.

    http://www.goodshowsir.com

    Here's the first bit of a comic I did called "THE MYRIAD DIFFICULTIES OF INTERGALACTIC CENSUS TAKING" Click on the image to read the rest!



    And here's a page from a short fantasy comic I did called "OF WHAT KIND?" Click on the image to read the rest!

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    There's a good amount more on there for all you fine fellows to check out.

    Hope everyone likes it!

    -Adam Szym
    • CommentAuthorIan_Austin
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Death Boy

    Words by me. Art by Dan Butcher. Death Boy is about a British teenager who, upon failing his exams, decides to become a supervillain. We've uploaded seven chapters so far, with two more written. Me and Dan try to keep to one new chapter a week. It has a loose serialised format. The goal when writing it was to be a hybrid of Dilbert and the 1960s Marvel comics, but with a slight modern edge and a British character as the leader.
    • CommentAuthorFirman
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010 edited
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    I generally enjoy sites at the lurking level, but when so blatantly invited to share my work, HOW COULD I RESIST? The answer is 'pretty easily' I guess but then I would be a bad self promoter. Account registered!

    I do a gag strip at http://www.firmanproductions.com (called Moe) about a bald guy (also called Moe) who is a bumbling sort of buffoon with few victories in life. Example strip!



    And one of my most popular strips was an extended epic about the potential dangers of clumsy domestic regard.

    Anyways, thanks for the opportunity to share my work!
    • CommentAuthorravens9
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Ravensdojo.com is part gag comic, part action adventure. It chronicles the adventures of Rodney and Dornail and their life after having been forgotten by the world they saved. Dumb fun, sexiness, violence, language.

    Rodney vs. Silencio:
    Sample page 1

    Raven Vs. Sexbots:
    Sample page 2
    • CommentAuthorGithaholic
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Thanks Warren.

    I do a Horror webcomic called Mazscara. Updated every Sunday.

    Mazscara

    Crosses
    • CommentAuthorLuke!
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Hey all,

    I write and illustrate a comic strip called Circuit, which is updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at http://unbalancedhumors.com. The main characters are modeled loosely after parts you might find in your computer, but the goofiness that ensues doesn't usually happen to computer parts. Unless your computer is especially goofy. In which case, you might want to open that sucker up and see what kinds of shenanigans are going on in there.

    Here's today's strip:
    Circuit109