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  1.  (9020.1)
    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.

    Everyone in comics except me is off to NYCC. May as well hijack the eyeballs while they're gone, right?

    Relax. There are only 9000 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

    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
  2.  (9020.2)

    I'm working on a webcomics called Reservoir Docs. It's a sci-fi story, made with the same structure as the film, but with a totally different story.

    Reservoir Docs page 1

    Right now, it's ten pages long, but it should end up to 60.

    I should have said this before, but thanks for the thread, Warren.
  3.  (9020.3)
    Oh, cool, for once I have good timing. I just started my new webcomic, Genocide Man. It's a sci-fi story about all the things that can and will go wrong in the 21st century.

    Latest page of Genocide Man.
  4.  (9020.4)
    I don't know if this constitutes a webcomic, but I'm excited about the project so I'll pimp it out anyways. Please don't bash my whore in the teeth - I'm still paying off her braces.

    I'm releasing weekly episodes of my newest piece of fiction, DEFEAT. Inspired by the Hunter S. Thompson/Ralph Steadman collaborations, I've fooled an artist friend of mine into contributing visuals for this weekly disaster.

    Long story short, the tale follows a teen through the last week of his life and all of the circumstances that brought about his death. It starts out as a drama but quickly loses its mind and turns into science fiction/fantasy/war epic/other.

    Give it a shot?


    The Man in the Gray Trench Coat
    • CommentAuthormav
    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2010
    I write and color (and sometimes draw, but usually my friend draws) the webcomic "Cosmic Hellcats"

    You can read it at

    Cosmic Hellcats follows the exploits of a scrappy crew of catgirl Science Ninjas as they explore the universe while battling aliens, robots, gigantic four-dimensional children, pirates, monsters, the laws of physics, and their own pathologically destructive tendencies.

    The main characters in the strip are based on real live models I've worked with (I'm also a photographer) and the blog on the strip sometimes features modeling photos of the girls in their costumes from the strip (as well as from other shoots). The girls also appear with me and Max (the artist) at comic book conventions from time to time to autograph the anthology comics we put out every year

    The comic is a continuing sci-fi parody, presented as a joke a day strip. We have a heavy emphasis on meta comic humor. Everything from site gags in the strip to the specific way we present word balloons and sound effects.

    Please check it out and tell us what you think (you can comment on the strip with a facebook account or by logging in or reach us on twitter at @cosmichellcats or our facebook fan page)

    A recent Cosmic Hellcats comic

    Once again, the strip itself can be found at
      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2010 edited
    surreal comics weekly webcomic webcomic

    HEY APATHY! SURREAL COMICS is a weekly anthology of strange metropolitan fables.
    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2010
    Oh, it's that time again?

    Well, there's always Thought Crimes:


    And then there's Meat Sticks

    Spider Thompson?
  5.  (9020.8)
    page from The Widower

    from This Prophecy

    Carnivore Carnival is a collection of short comics ranging from 1 to 14 pages. The stories range from short funnies to slightly longer sci-fi/horror/"other" tales and the only bridging factor is the use of color and the fact that they're short. It's currently on hiatus as I'm trying to find time to draw a much longer 30 page tale but what you'll find under the link is TEN COMPLETE stories, a total of 60 pages.

    The comic can be also accessed from this easy to remember redirect url:
    The stories:

    1. Planet Adam, 2. Conception and Definition, 3. Until Death Do Us Part, 4. The Town at the End of the World, 5. Making History, 6. Taxi!, 7. The Herb, 8. The Widower, 9. Toilet Story, 10. This Prophecy.

    All of those (with the exception of This Prophecy as I didn't have the room to fit it in) are also available in print from Ka-blam/Indyplanet (the preview images for some reason still don't show) as COILSTAR ILLUSTRATED #1.

    Coilstar cover
  6.  (9020.9)
    What excellent timing. I'm working with Kenny Keil on a project called Nashphalt, which is an anthology of stories of actual happenings in Nashville, Tennessee.
    Nashphalt page 1
    Nashphalt page 2

    It's very much inspired by Spider Jerusalem, even if the tone isn't exactly the same. We've only got two pages completed, but Kenny's work is looking really good so far. Much better than my writing, I assure you. Kenny's in Hollywood, but, in the future, I plan to use only local artists.
    • CommentAuthorSteadyUP
    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2010 edited
    Half-Assed Commitment - comics about comics, mostly Marvel, usually whatever came out that week.

    I also did one on Scott Pilgrim last August that actually made a decent splash, culminating in a Tweet by Edgar Wright himself.
    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2010
    I'm still doing my comic Weird Fishes and serializing it online. Though I'm currently wracking my brain to fit it into a different format, you can read all the pages I have up at

    Currently, Bunny Boy is contemplating life with a Hobo:

    And Dee is learning the value of drinking:

    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2010
    Oh and ps: I'm not going to NYCC. Let's set some fires on the internet, Warren.
    • CommentAuthorandrewj
    • CommentTimeOct 7th 2010 edited
    A couple of stories in progress

    GOLEM:Small Town Massacre
    GOLEM:Small Town Massace at

    KINGDOM - dystopia snapshots, also available via Scribd
    KINGDOM:World Music - read it at
  7.  (9020.14)
    I write and draw PITCH BLACK, posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

    As always, thanks for the thread, Warren.
  8.  (9020.15)
    hi all!

    started a new webcomic about the unlucky police precinct in Manila that gets all the strange and unusual cases

    cover Precinto13

    sample Precinto13

    read the complete story at

    Thank you!
    • CommentAuthormrmcdaniel
    • CommentTimeOct 7th 2010 edited

    I'm currently doing an ongoing science fiction "lite" strip at my website.
  9.  (9020.17)
    Do-it-myselfing with my dark comedy REAPING PROFIT, about the world's greatest salesman taking over for the Grim Reaper.

    Reaping Profit

    And continuing apace with the fine art team of Mauro Vargas and Andres Carranza on the epic comedy Hannibal Goes to Rome.

    Hannibal Goes to Rome
  10.  (9020.18)
    Some nice entries. Love the Platypus gun. HAHA!

    I have a webcomic called Foreign Matter. It is kinda like a real comic, but quarterly maybe? Maybe three times a year. Anyways, here are a couple of pages from it.

    It is traditional superhero hi-jinx that turns into a murder mystery.

    Page one

    Page 5

    There is more available at the website.

    Oh, and thanks for reading and sharing. I appreciate it.

    And the politeness in me has to say thanks to Warren for giving us a little love.
    • CommentAuthormerrickm
    • CommentTimeOct 7th 2010
    Comic is called Jam and the Solutions. Just relaunched after a year-long hiatus, updates Tuesdays and Saturdays.


    This is Mambo Jamilla Truth. She is a Vodou priestess, a prolific inventor, the smartest human being alive, and possibly the smartest human being who has ever been alive. She lives in a compound under Chicago with her little sister and four other people they recently invited to live with them, where they work to improve the human race by whatever means necessary.

    It features science.

  11.  (9020.20)
    Great stuff above.
    It could be said that webcomics are like a mental illness. The Lonely Art!
    Here is a panel from Book 3 of Manmachine.
    Book 1 and 2 at

    Echo Image