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    • CommentAuthorrenegadeca
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
    The Spine Chillers is Ben Clark's weekly web comic he writes and draws for the Renegade site.

    Featuring the world's greatest classic horror writers who just happen to live together in an English Bed & Breakfast. In between dreaming up Cthulhu and The Raven, our intrepif authors can be found burning cakes, fighting with obsessed fans and discussing the merits of Steven Seagal movies.

    The strip has been running for more than a year now and has featured guest artists like William Simpson and PJ Holden. Sorry, I couldn't figure out how to put an image on here, but the link works.

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    Hi there. Been fun scrolling through all these comics and the crazy styles. I draw comics somewhat irregularly on my site stimulusresponse. The subject matter and drawings can vary pretty hugely as I regard the entire site as a giant experiment (it includes a bunch of other stuff, from animations to interactive toys to games to short stories, but mostly comics).

    Here are a couple of samples, then... oddly both are about clichés, not that that's especially my thing.

    House in Order

    A little take on clichés.

    You Better Watch It

    Thin Ice

    Thanks for the opportunity to share...
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    I Fight Crime. Two guys who work in a comic shop and there are monsters and a bear for some reason. Daily on
    This is today's strip...I hope it is still funny out of context.
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    Devil Inside is a free weekly webstrip produced by Todd Stashwick and Dennis Calero. It tells the story of Jack Springheel, aka the Devil. Jack has a crisis of conscience and goes on the lam in the Nevada desert. Forces in hell are conspiring to drag him back. If Jack doesn't use his mojo they can't detect him. He's a man with a bounty on his head running from a past, seeking a new truth.

    Todd and Dennis met when Dennis was drawing the comic for the NBC show Heroes' comic online. Todd was acting on the show and they introduced his character in the comic. The two decide to form an unholy alliance and create their own original property together.

    They produce a page a week. Check it out at:
    • CommentAuthorMxy
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Hi! I do a bizarre webcomic brilliantly titled Bizarre Webcomic. I actually run several series there, but most comics are about Ty and Qwer, two stick figures who do a webcomic about two stick figures. Here's a strip nobody got:

    Another fan-favorite strip I run there is Garfiold, about a cat named Garfiold who lives with his owner, John:

    Other of my most original creations include Papeye, The Superman, and Max Adventure.

    Oh, I also do this in Spanish.
      CommentAuthorAL Baroza
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
    Big thanks to Warren for the plugging opportunity.

    I have a new webcomic called Rose Madder, a deconstructionist romance comic (sorta-kinda) spinning out of the story I did for TOKYOPOP's Rising Stars of Manga 3 in 2004. Please to be checking it out, and if you like it, please spread the word. I need readers.

    Sample from Rose Madder chapter one

    Upcoming page from Rose Madder chapter one
    • CommentAuthorEcnassianer
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
    I'm one of the primary writers behind Carpe Chaos, a series of short stories set in a scifi universe about 5 species of aliens that learn to travel through 4-th dimensional shortcuts to other stars. We publish a full issue on the first of every month at

    Our stories vary greatly in genre and art style, but as you can see, we work hard to keep it high quality:

    What kind of horror could have caused this?

    This invader likes having fun with his invasions.

    We have over 100 pages up so far, and haven't missed an update yet.

    FREAKANGELS is the only webcomic I've found that's better than ours. ;D
    • CommentAuthorCBSparrow
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Interesting Papers To Be Written

    The University of Latterlig is one of the most prestegious colleges in the country. For Charlie, a literature major, and Chuck, his undecided best friend, this college seems the perfect place to attend. However, Latterlig isn\'t what it appears to be. With clairevoyants, merpeople, voodoo priestesses, and (of course) vampires and werewolves, college seems to be a lot more challenging than they had expected.

    BIG thanks to Warren Ellis and Paul Duffield for being part of the nudge that motivated and inspired me to finally do my own webcomic! You guys are awesome. FreakAngels is amazing!
    An imalgamation of cells from my webcomic, Interesting Papers To Be Written.
    • CommentAuthorsuperwizard
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
    You should all be reading Attack of the Super Wizards. By me, Joey P.

    Page 3

    Max Mustache is a dangerous fool
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    20 years ago, dinosaurs appeared all over the world. There was a WAR. Some of these dinosaurs could speak, and a peace was negotiated. Now, a special branch of the FBI is tasked with monitoring and maintaining human and dinosaur relations. These are their stories.





    Want to see what happens next? Click here for the first 29 pages!
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Not strictly a webcomic - unless of course you mean to more obvious of 'comics' on the 'internet' - Schlockmagazine just run a Horror themed round-robin comic, just in time for Halloween. 7 writers, 7 artists, 7 different mediums - including embroidery. So do have a look at A Most Dread Invocation to the Glorious Octopus of the End.

    And since we're sharing images, here's one page - the third one, actually. Since it's 'my' page (on the art, anyway). For the rest, obviously, there's the link.

    Schlock Comic pg 3
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    PITCH BLACK just went through a makeover.

    As always, thanks for the thread, Warren.
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    My compatriot Sam and I just stared a webcomic: Walking on Broken Glass. We've been working hard on it all summer, and planning the story for years. To quote the site:

    Walking On Broken Glass has been described as a Supernatural Office Dramedy Romance about Murder. Which, while maybe not specifically accurate, does display the wide array of topics and ideas this comic embodies. It’s about a man dealing with a dark fate looming over his future and his quest to make up for the wrongs of that future in the present. It’s about a woman with enough strength, determination, love and stubbornness to stand by his side through thick and thin. It’s about monsters. It’s about magic. It’s about werewolves! And witches! And vampires! (Oh my?)

    And here's the first page:

    Bookmark us here at!
    • CommentAuthorSteve Ince
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited

    I'm Steve Ince and do three different comics and cartoons.

    Mr. Smoozles:


    Story to Nowhere:

    I hope you enjoy at least one of them.

    • CommentAuthorRonChan
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Roy's Boys - Boys being boys. Idiots being idiots. Buddies being buddies.

    Two artists, one comic. Updated Mondays and Thursdays. Thanks for checking it out!

    Roy's Boys - Unhealthy
    Roy's Boys - Mixed Nuts
    • CommentAuthorSteadyUP
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    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.
    • CommentAuthoralbone
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    That's right, it's a comic about beautiful women who wrestle each other for fun and profit. Is there a problem with that? I didn't think so. Of course there is more to Rival Angels than that. For instance, main character Sabrina Mancini is stuggling to get her career going despite professional and personal rivalries... But really, a comic about revealingly-clad babes getting all rough and sweaty with each other? What are you waiting for? (Admit it, you wish this comic was yours.)

    Visit Rival Angels
    Brooke vs Monica
    Brooke shows off her guns
    • CommentAuthoradamblack
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Thanks for the chance to introduce people to my comic!

    Today starts Year Three for Locus, which I originally promoted with the phrase "Boobs, Blood and Bad Language". It's gone its own direction since then, but it still has plenty of The Three B's.

    It's not porn. It's not even "adult", really. It's the product of a childhood spent reading Heavy Metal Magazines from the early 80s, Doctor Strange comics from the late 70s, and EC Reprints. If you dig any of those things, you will dig Locus.

    Here's the cover to issue 13:

    cover to Locus #13

    You can read the whole thing here. I'm still setting it up, so pardon the weird colors and layout. It's my first CP site. :)

    Thanks again!
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    Hello hello,

    Just thought we would throw our hat into the mix.

    Mohagen is a comic that was created by Kennon James and Loren Hoskins. It is currently drawn by Kennon and is written by him and me, John Kipling.

    You can check our fishy friend out over at

    Mohagen is like most goldfish; he's trapped in a two-gallon universe with only an elitist cat and a philosophical piece of aquarium decoration for company, his only window into the outside world is that of 12-year-old boy who routinely torments him, and he is obsessed with delusions of escape and evolution. He is also orange and 'fancy'.

    Vampires Suck

    Kennon and I are pretty big nerds so we lampoon everything from D&D to Twilight to Superheroes to football to contemporary memes.

    Kennon likes to draw stuff. His work can been seen in movies, comic books, and video games. He was once voted "most likely to do well in prison". He lives in Hutto, TX with his dogs, cats, and fish.

    You can see more of Kennon's artwork over here at his art blog: Kennon's Art Blog

    And his deviant art page: Kennon's Deviant Art Page

    I'm a writer who writes comic book scripts, novels, and web comics while dreaming of a job authoring get well soon cards with pictures of dogs and cats wearing funny cosutmes. When I'm not writing, I'm an accountant for a firm that caters to Resuscitation-Impaired clients throughout the midwest.

    A Cry in the Night...
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    I do an autobio webcomic called Between Gears. It's retrospective at this point--it covers my senior year of college and though I was updating it real time for the first few months, I fell very far behind and have left myself with 83 pages to go before I reach the end (June 13).
    Saturday February 13
    Sunday February 14