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    • CommentAuthorCapZap
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    There are 3 of 'em.
    One webcomic is "Captain Zap" -a modern day scifi classic praised by Jessica Abel, Donna Barr, Charles Brownstein, Howard Cruse, Mary Fleener, Roberta Gregory, Dylan Horrocks, Nabiel Kanan, James Kochalka, Steve Laffler, Batton Lash, Stan Lee, Marcus Lusk, Jean Marc-Lofficier, Gary Spencer Millidge, Jeff Nicholson, John Porcellino, Dave Sim, Chris Staros, James Sturm etcetc
    click here
    Captain Zap
    Another is Reality Stripped -a rather loosey goosey strip I do for fun.
    click here
    Reality Stripped
    And last but not least I'm having some laughs with "Young Cerebus":)
    click here
    • CommentAuthorCDowd
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010

    Hi everyone. I do a web comic called Lilith Dark. Love for you to take a look at it sometime. Thanks!

    • CommentAuthorJayPotts
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    What's shakin'?

    My name is Jay Potts and I'm the writer/artist of WORLD OF HURT, which is a love letter to the Blaxploitation movies of the 1970s. However, unlike many works which revisit this unique film movement, it is a serious exploration of Blaxploitation, not a parody or a spoof. WORLD OF HURT follows the adventures of a Isaiah "Pastor" Hurt, a no-nonsense trouble-shooter who offers his services to people in need for the cost of two favors to be named later. The webcomic is also designed as an homage to the classic, B&W newspaper adventure strips of the past, such as Modesty Blaise, Rip Kirby and Secret Agent X-9.

    WORLD OF HURT began in April 2009, and has since earned three Glyph Awards, was featured on, and Mr. Ellis was kind enough to mention it in one of his Do Anything column last year.

    This summer, I completed the first story arc, entitled "The Thrill-Seekers," and just a few weeks ago I began the second arc, which is called "The Black Fist." Incidentally, "The Black Fist" features an original theme song by C.E. Garcia, who performed on the soundtrack of the film, Black Dynamite, and regularly tours as a member of The Black Dynamite Sound Orchestra!

    You can find the site here:
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    DEEP SPACE TRAGEDY is the story of a team of robot aliens scouts who have (accidentally) found a planet so ripe with potential for "life" that they've decided to cut communication with their own home-world in order to set up permanent residency and well... start a rock-band!!! Could there possibly be consequences for this knee jerk decision? How do they fare on an "alien" world? and who's gonna carry the freakin' gear!?!?!?

    • CommentAuthorboxbrown
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited

    My name is Box Brown. I used to do a comic called Bellen! Now I do one called Everything Dies. Every two weeks I release a 10-20 page story about religion, death, etc. It's a real pick-me-upper.


    Read the rest at
    • CommentAuthorKoltreg
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    I'm Luke though my online handle is Koltreg. I'm writing this comic about Russian superheroes called Socialfist. It updates once a week since the artist is busy doing some other professional work. It is a bit slow moving but I feel confident in it and the artist likes it so you take what you can get.

    It updates at
    • CommentAuthorpkeiselt
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
    • CommentAuthorjdalton
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Wow I need to read more webcomics. They get better and better all the time.

    Anyways I have several on my site. My top priority right now though is A Mad Tea-Party. It's about two girls whose parents are genetically engineered super-soldiers, and the political turmoil of a world recovering from a war with aliens.
    A Mad Tea-Party

    I've been updating another short comic on my site in the past few weeks, but this one picks up again in a couple of days.
    • CommentAuthorpetevalle
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Hi all! My three best friends and I publish a weekly webcomic as a hobby. It's a chronicle of the daily lives and struggles of three geeks, characters that are loosely based on us. It's in a "Sunday Funnies" type of format, with simple artwork, but with geeky punchlines and nerd observations. I hope you guys enjoy it. The URL is or our shorter, and oh so full of sexual innuendo, (Yes, it's intentional. Makes it VERY memorable, doesn't it!)

    Below is our most recent strip, the Halloween special. Enjoy and thanks!

    In The Pale Moonlight
    • CommentAuthorPeckinpaw
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Hello from Leroy Brown! I write and draw ICECUBES the comic strip. Check out today's strip :)

    ICECUBES the comic strip.

    Also available on the Kindle and iPad!
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    Oh, is this thread a monthly thing, now? Cool. Thanks for the opportunity, Warren.

    I'm still working on Genocide Man, and will be for the forseeable future. It's weekly and it's new, so the plot movement is slow, but it will speed up soon.

    Hmmn, the current page is exposition-y, but I'll show you a preview of it anyway.

    Genocide Man
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    I'm Tom Scioli and I do a webcomic called American Barbarian:

    American Barbarian gets punched in the gut!

    It's an ongoing adventure story in a post-post-apocalyptic world.
    • CommentAuthordeweybass
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Hello, all! Thanks to Warren for this thread. It's inspiring to see all the different kinds of work on display. Might as well add mine to the list...

    Comics From Space! is a silly slice-of-life comic from the future as it was once promised: Big bubble space helmets, spaceships with big red fins, and computer consoles with a hundred little flashing lights that probably don't do anything. We follow the crew of a ship that travels the far reaches of space looking for precious resources to send back to more civilized locations as they try to stave off boredom. Even in the shiny future, work sucks. New comics are posted Monday, Wednesday & Friday. I just celebrated a year online last month.

    Although it's usually short stories or single-strip gag comics, I'm currently near the end of a long story about the crew returning to their base of operations that began back in March. I did their first day back as a "day in the life" storyline, which turned out to take a really long time 9 panels a week. Thanks for looking!
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    My first webcomic so it may be rough around the edges. But if you have a dark twisted sense of humor check it out

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    Also wanted to give props to Tom Scioli. I was just checking out American Barbarian
    and it's one of my new faves.
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    totally forgot to post the link to mine
    Maxwell's Dog
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    The Far Left Side is a little progressive strip I crank out three times a week. Enjoy!
    The Sweet Smell of Secession
    The Augean Stables: Washington
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    My weekly comic CONIES has just started it's third issue.

    Issue 3 Cover

    Page 1
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    hiya i'm slinkyTheDrunk, and i make

    things i do

    your fortune, sir
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    Hey guys!

    My name is Reg Bautista and I hail from the troubled, tropical Philippines : ) For the most part, Cereal Saturdays is my comics journal. It started out as a journal where I could take a break from the drudgery of the work week and see the brighter side of my then shitty job, shitty pay existence. The Saturday morning pajamas, cold cereal and cartoons trifecta is sacred to me, and I look forward to this time of the week more than anything- hence the name : )

    Now, it's mostly where I post funnies about my life, illustration and what-not thoughts. Lately I've been trying to take a stab at fiction rather than my usual autobiographical shtick, but that post is currently still in the works. In the mean time, I hope you guys'll check it out and give my work a shot :)

    This comic I have here is about a lunch I had with my extremely Catholic mother and my 2 other siblings...
    (*BACKGROUND: The Philippines is currently embroiled in a mad debate over whether or not to pass a Reproductive Health Bill, legalizing contraception. For those who don't know, the Philippines is comprised of at least 80% (backward) Catholics- a chunk of whom belong to the influential, older generation of religious zealotry, who oppose this Bill, and heck, pre-marital sex entirely (NO NOOKIE FOR YOU!). My mother is a part of this opposition.)

    Everyone's a winner!

    I'm a moron who doesn't know how to resize this baby, since I'm just linking it from the site. I hope it doesn't inconvenience anyone.