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    • CommentAuthorNJValente
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
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    Hey I'm Nick Valente, one of the creators and artist of my webcomic Ruby's Fire. The story is written by David Swallow II and comes out twice a month with 7 page chapters. Check out the website for some behind the scenes look at the comic and the first chapter as well. I am currently working on the second chapter as we speak and it will be out in the coming weeks!!

    Ruby's Fire #1 (WARNING: NSFW): http://rubysfire.com/


    -N
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    My webcomic, Frontier: 2170, is a sci-fi space noir story in the vein of Firefly or Cowboy Bebop, chronicling the misadventures of an independent spaceship crew and their struggle to survive in the middle of a shooting war between the two major powers in the solar system, the Mars Colonial Union and the North America Government and Administration.

    s01p23
    scifi,webcomic

    Frontier: 2170 updates every Tuesday and Friday, and I expect to release print copies of Volume 1 (Stages 1-3 and Prologue) this coming September.
    • CommentAuthoredbrisson
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     (8443.43)
    I've just started a new webcomic called Murder Book. The site currently has one complete story "Catching Up" written by myself and illustrated by Simon Roy. I will be posting more stories written by myself and drawn by others as they're complete -- I'm only posting complete stories, rather than a page a week or any similar schedule. As a result, it will often be weeks between site updates, so please bookmark and check back on occasion.

    Catching Up, Page 1

    Check it out here: Murder Book
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    First, thanks for the opportunity to post and plug these comics, a lot of these look really great!

    I decided to start both writing and illustrating my comic, Unicorn Tears, about a year ago to challenge myself, and it is still going! I'm very much going for the darker comedy route about people not really knowing themselves, and somewhere in there things like biblical plagues exist.

    For instance!
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    Thanks for the opportunity, Mr. Ellis.

    My name is Dante Shepherd and I write/photograph a daily photocomic called Surviving the World. It breaks the fourth wall and is set in a university classroom. The comic focuses on everything, from education to politics, from sports to science, from love to religion. Once a week I take a reader question, as if someone in the class is raising their hand. Every now and then, my dog, German, steps in and does a lesson as the teaching assistant.

    It's been running for just over two years now, so there's a pretty big archive, but it's easy to jump around and enjoy them at your leisure. Thanks!

    Lesson #615 - Similarities to Blood Donors

    Lesson #580 - The Original Story
    • CommentAuthorMunsford
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010 edited
     (8443.46)
    My comic is Lovecraft is Missing, an adventure/horror story set in the1920s. Just recently posted my 90th page, and a new one goes up every Friday.

    Lovecraft is Missing # 4, pg. 1
    • CommentAuthoreriklundy
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     (8443.47)
    I've got 2 comics up at http://smalltimerscomic.com and http://myworldcomic.com. One is my goofy little crime comic, and the other's just a fun little strip I do weekly as a joke/design exercise.
    Take care,

    Erik

    myworldcomic

    smalltimerssample<br />
    • CommentAuthorbusorama
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     (8443.48)
    REGISTERED WEAPON
    Cash register. Robot. Cop.

    A loose-cannon LAPD homicide detective and his new partner--a robotic cash register--take on the worst criminals the City of Angels has to offer.

    Registered Weapon

    Updated every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

    The detectives' fourth case, "Policeman's Ball," is in the process of wrapping up, so here's the very first strip, if you'd like to start from the beginning:

    Registered Weapon: The Beginning

    There are 175 pages of crimebusting goodness (and plenty of extra stuff) in the archive, so come on by and dig in. Thanks for reading!
    Gardner Linn
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    Hannibal Goes to Rome marches on, past the Alps, and down into Italy.

    Hannibal Goes to Rome

    She's Famous Now just finished the first chapter.

    She's Famous Now
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      CommentAuthorgdwessel
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     (8443.50)
    HEY GANG.

    Yes indeed, it's me again. Here with the usual bevy of Morrissey related comix, only THIS time with NEW MATERIAL as well!

    See, Mark Millar introduced the notion that we could get published in his new venture, CLiNT Magazine, and so I've got a few of those submissions posted on my own site. Now, Millar hasn't actually USED any of them, but they're still pretty good. One of them is even (allegedly) getting turned into a beer. You'll see.

    * "Temp Backup" -- Art by Ben Holliday
    * "A Word From Our Sponsor" -- Art by Adam Law -- The Cthulhu Mythos as a beer commercial. POSSIBLY REALLY GETTING BREWED.
    * "The Talented Doktor Prokroth" -- Art by Walter Ostlie --Superhero story as excuse to showcase people talking shit.

    With much more to come.

    Also, I'm a part of a new sci-fi webcomic anthology series entitled Hadron Colliderscope. Short 1-3 page SF stories with a twist, like the good old Future Shocks. Here's the first page of my sole offering to date, entitled "Whole Lotta Rosie" (art by site honcho Michael Vincent Bramley):


    If interested, Bramley and myself also did a pilot for a strip we wanted to do 2 years ago, entitled The Grave, but never got beyond the initial pages despite our best efforts.

    Finally, the same old tat, my two collaborations with John Keogh:

    * There Is A Light -- Barbarians, reincarnation, and Morrissey.
    * "Musique Non Stop" -- Our 1-page contribution to Phonogram Vs. The Fans

    That's what I got right now. Next time we meet, I should have EVEN MORE. Yes.

    --- Geoffrey D. Wessel
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010 edited
     (8443.51)
    Hay guyz! My name is Chris and my webcomic is called "Space Shark." It is about a shark and his totally wicked, all-ages space adventures. I hope you like it!
    the site is SPACESHARKCOMIC.COM

    Here is what episodes of Space Shark look like. I change the style a little bit with each installment. Plz click to embiggen...

    SPACE SHARK #012

    SPACE SHARK #002

    -Chris G
    http://teammummy.com
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    I write and co-draw "Wandering Minds"

    a webcomic about the rambling thoughts in my mind and the Adventures of Myself "Kiltman" and my co-conspirator Juniper "Ava" Nguyen.

    We update 3x a week, mon/wed/fri, and have been drawing/posting for about a year. I'm heavily influenced by Jennie Breeden of thedevilspanties.com

    here are a couple examples :

    this is when i make the strip
    this is when i make the strip

    when Juniper finishes it proper like.
    this is when Juniper finishes it proper like.

    our twitterfeed and facebook fan page is on our website Wandering Minds
    • CommentAuthorjthd35
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010 edited
     (8443.53)
    I write a comic about life after the rapture
    its a little horror, a little humor
    check it out
    http://osmosis-online.com/2010/05/18/apocalypse-meh-page-1/

    this is my favorite page so far

    • CommentAuthoragent-x
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     (8443.54)
    I am going against the grain a little, judging from the previous posts in this stream.
    My comics are single panel gag style, which I update weekly (sometimes twice weekly)

    Agent-X Comics is pretty much my place to make fun of online culture, internet memes, programmers, super heroes, social media and popular culture icons.
    Oh, and I make fun of kittens too.

    As well, I have also started giving out weekly recommendations of webcomics to check out, so this stream will give me a lot of new fodder to churn through the machine.

    Some comic samples are below:

    Pacman On Twitter

    Why superheroes are not online more
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      CommentAuthorused_bandaid
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010 edited
     (8443.55)
    Hello everybody

    I started doing this web at the start of June. Its a remake of a really old web comic I use to run when I was in my teens. I tried a few times to start off from where I left off but couldn't really get back into it :/

    So yeah, I just decided to redraw the whole thing from the beginning.

    The Doctor Pepper Show




    I'm really glad that I did it, Its been really fun so far. Also my current day job allows for me to sit there with my lap top and work it on. So this makes things a lot easier for me :)
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    Hi, I'm Rob Lopez, the creator of the sci-fi/horror webcomic Forsaken Stars. It takes place about a thousand years after the Second Coming of Christ, and the Space Vampire Azzi, Captain Sera Besh, and a host of aliens, cybergremlins and mythological creatures are trying to gain an audience with God before He and His Chosen leave heaven on earth for heaven proper, leaving the universe to collapse behind them.

    Captain Sera Besh and the Vampire Azzi

    It's rated Web 14, for occasional partial nudity and scenes of intense violence. Some might call that NSFW.

    Thanks and enjoy!
    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     (8443.57)
    Hi again everyone. I love it when this thread rolls around each time. Not just because I get to promote my own comic; ANGRY FAERIE , but because I get to see some cool new stuff that I haven't seen before.

    So, Angry Faerie updates Monday/Wednesday/Friday and is the story of a perpetually pissed off faerie and the other mythological creatures who have to deal with her as best they can. The current storyline has involved an invasion by a horde of Draugr. After the resident Elven prince fails to stop the marauders (and fails miserably), Angry Faerie stepped up:

    Angry Faerie vs the Draugr, part 1

    Angry Faerie vs the Draugr, part 2
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    You know, if I get ten thousand readers a day, I promise to not use the power for anything more evil than some fast food take-out.



    Clicky for linky.
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      CommentAuthorVaehling
    • CommentTimeJun 22nd 2010
     (8443.59)
    Oooh, another webcomics thread! My turn!

    I'm the writer/artist of Conny Van Ehlsing, Monster Hunter, a series of short stories about a girl who grows up to be the greatest monster hunter in history... if she can make it past elementary school.

    I've just picked up the current storyline, Another World, after a short hiatus, and just to shake things up, I've created a mirror mini-site called Conny Van Ehlsing, DRAGON SLAYER to provide an alternate perspective. It's the same comic, though.

    This is the current page:

    Conny Van Ehlsing: Another World, p. 9

    And a sketch I made during the hiatus at the Erlangen Comic-Salon:

    Conny Van Ehlsing, Dragon Slayer
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    I've posted about Nathan Sorry here before. I just started Chapter 4 last week of my moody thriller about a guy who disappears on 9/11 with $20 million and a new identity. Here's a couple of recent pages below and the link to my comic here: www.NathanSorry.com

    Thanks for doing these threads, Warren!

    Nathan Sorry page 44

    Nathan Sorry page 46