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    • CommentAuthoruwspub
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Members of Whitechapel,

    Thanks, Warren, for running this thread again. Great to see so many awesome webcomics out there! Man, the changes from a year ago are startling!

    We've resumed SOLDIERS with a new artist, Francis Ysip, and the latest issue kicks off this week. Here's the cover Francis put together:


    Also launching this week is our latest webcomic title, The Guard. It's written by me and illustrated by Roland Brown. It's a rocking sci-fi story that I hope you'll enjoy. This is the first page of the inaugural issue:

    The Guard Page 1

    Please, swing on by the sites and let us know what you think.
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    That time again? Wow. I do appreciate Warren letting me plug this every month, I find I've got so little time to make the effort to effectively do it online elsewhere. Thanks Warren.

    Anyway.., The Profane Comedy of Audley Strange.

    Normally I post recent pages but a family matter has slowed my output. These are a couple of pages that do not make up part of the main story, which are a bit more light relief between the larger work. I hope you enjoy.

    From Grand Theft Gateau.
    From Grand Theft Gateau.

    & A recipe for disaster...

    • CommentAuthortfquirk
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
    Hello all.
    So I thought I would throw my 'hat/comic' into the ring. Breathless Ikarus is only a few months old, and updated weekly (mostly) at the moment. I'm piecing a story together slowly, out of time, out of sequence, the series is a puzzle as is much of the imagery. It's based around a young man in a strange house who is feeling a little lonely and reminiscing about past encounters, particularly with a certain girl. But that is certainly not the whole scenario, there is a bigger mystery at work here. It's a prologue to a much longer story that is currently in development. At times witty, at other times a little sad and maudlin. Please enjoy, and I would love to get some comments, as this is a new thing for me.

    Time doesn't mean much

    The cat disappeared

    The rest can be seen here:
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    Hello! I have a weekly webcomic called Monster Isle! It's about Kaiju (a.k.a. "Giant Monsters") living their day to day life. It's been running for about a year, updated once a week (Thursdays), so there isn't too much of a backlog to go through if you'd like to go through the archives. Here are a few examples (I recently started posting the strips in a slightly larger format btw):

    Monster Isle

    Monster Isle

    Again here's the link: Take a look!

    A little about me -- My name's Joey Weiser. I've done a couple graphic novels with AdHouse Books (The Ride Home, Cavemen in Space) and do a lot of anthology work including Flight and Superior Showcase. My homepage is where you can find out more!
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    I write and draw Bashert, which is part diary comic, part whatever I'm thinking about at the time.

    someday frank will be allowed out of that box

    For Halloween I did a Lovecraft/Gorey mashup:

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    Funny Shorts is a webcomic that, as Warren said in the start of this thread, is about getting the ideas out. It's also about getting better at art- both the drawing aspect and the storytelling aspect. We started up about 2 months ago and we're really just trying to go go go and get this stuff out.
    Bernie Wrightson once said how every artist has 1,000 bad drawings in them and that practice existed to get them out of your system- with this in mind, Funny Shorts is sort of a public showing of that with some funny, we hope, stories.
    We post something new every Sunday and hope to increase that eventually. The topics planned for the strip cover all manner of sins but for now we've dealt with Neil Gaiman, Dinosaur Presidents, the movie "Footloose" and uses for brisket on Halloween, among others.
    Below are two of the posts. (they appear much smaller on the actual webpage, sorry about the size here)


    Thus Always to Tyrant Lizard Kings

    If you're interested, you can "follow" us on twitter @FunnyShorts or "like" us on Facebook
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    Wow, there's a lot of great stuff in this thread that I haven't seen before. I've got some catching up to do!

    I write The Specialists, which is about what might happen if the Nazis had developed their Übermenschen, using the occult and eugenics. How would it affect the outcome of the war, and how would The Allies respond?

    We're pretty new (we just released our 25th page), but we're off to a good start, and we post a new page every Monday.

    The Specialists cover

    The Specialists, page 20
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    Hey Everybody. Dang, there are some amazing looking comics in this thread... My firefox window is overflowing with tabs, and I'm looking forward to checking them out. My name is James, and I write a weekly webcomic called Something is Killing the Children with my artist buddy Joe.

    We just started a few weeks back, with five pages up so far... There's a lot I want to do with these characters and this world, and the series will shift out of the introductory teen angst into some real horror as we work our way through the winter. I hope some of you will join me for the ride.

    Title Page

    Page One

    Once again, you can find us at Something is Killing the Children. Give it a shot and let us know what you think!
    • CommentAuthorwychwolf
    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2010
    My flakey on/off attempt at creating a webcomic is

    atomic mutant zombie dogs, werewolves, evil nazi scientists, stealth airships etc etc...
    Page 13 of the wychwolf story
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    • CommentAuthorJesse
    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2010
    Hello again guys. Popping in here to remind you that Une See Fights is going strong again after a small break for University to start for our artist. If you're not familiar with us we're a growing webcomic that's run for roughly the past six months about a young female superhero and the things she has to fight throughout her life ranging from terrible puns to philosophy. We love bringing a colourful joke once a week and we hope you enjoy such greats as
    Tyrannosaurus Rex:

    The Moon:
    • CommentAuthorkloob
    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2010
    Here is the latest page of my comic, Currhue. It's at chapter 3- Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful at the moment. Currently we are following Hubert who has recently lost his best friend in a shooting, is struggling at work and is having visions of kissing a strange , bug-eyed, woman.

    Thanks, Steve.

    currhue 3_6
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    Hello everyone, my name is Julian Lytle and I create a webcomic called Ants. The webcomic is about satirizing pop culture and current events in an urban voice.All the main characters are giant anthropomorphic ants. Also at time I put the characters through crazy storylines, like right now they are on a time travel vacation. You can read Ants here - . It updates every Thursday.

    Here is the most recent comic
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    My webcomic, Rasputin Barxotka, is about the crimes and loves of a rogue gypsy king, a self-centered rake, a feminist, a paranormal investigator and a fallen priest. (NSFW)

    Don't Stab Me Bro
    • CommentAuthorjjkahrs
    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2010
    Pirates of Mars is a pulp adventure comic following the crew of the the airship Revenge and their failed attempts at proper piracy. New pages are available every Monday and Thursday.

    • CommentAuthorF0LEY
    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2010 edited
    Surprisingly heart-felt at moments, while cynically absurd the rest of the time: DingleBerries is a comic treat for anyone with a pronounced love of drinking, a secret love of gaming, or any combination of the 2! It is a semi surreal carousel ride for the nintendo generation, as seen through the jaded and murky viewpoint one only achieves by looking at life through 2 inches of corrective lenses and the bottom of a beer bottle.
    Gag-a-Day strips interspersed through a multi-chaptered ongoing story arc provide the backdrop for the twice a week (wednesdays and sundays) celebration of the modern geek which is: DingleBerries!

    (includes additional art and character inspiration by "Glukkake")

    it's like finding out Santa Claus isn't real... Because Kefka choked him to death!

    epic heroes ALWAYS game responsibly!
    (the better drawn one is by Glukkake of course)

    DingleBerries:it's good shyt!
    • CommentAuthorGraz73
    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2010
    A wild boar was taken into a secret government research facility and experimented on. These experiments and military training molded Cy-Boar into a deadly weapon. Cy-Boar realized that he was being controlled though, and broke free...

    Now, he is trying to figure out where he belongs in this world. He thinks like a human,
    but can't live among them. He looks like a boar, but is no longer one of them. So far,
    he values the Project's other experiments as potential friends and is trying to find
    and help them.

    Cyboar is escaping after accidentally assasinating a US Senator

    Cyboar continues his escape by breaking into an old woman's house.

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    Hi- my name's Cody and I write and illustrate a new webcomic called "The Pale". It's about dreams, and it's a bit like The Matrix or Inception. Because the images are really long and scroll in a viewer, this might not post well. I'll try to make it really small so you can get an idea. Here is page 1:

    Page 1

    The site still needs some work- I there's a few bugs in Internet Explorer to work out, but it works fine in most of the other browsers. And now, I'll be spending the next 5 hours exploring all the new comics I've never heard of! Great work guys and gals-

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    Hello! Thanks for this opportunity. Well, my comics name is Rock Manlyfist - Master of Space Karate!
    Rock Manlyfist is the mustachoid, mostly shirtless, practioner of the most advanced martial art there is... Space Karate!
    He´s the only one that stands between us and the tsunami of rotten evil that looms over the free world.
    Mad scientists, ninjas and sharks that walks like men... Rock Manlyfist is there to stop them all!
    Rock Manlyfist is inspired by stuff like The art of Sal Buscema, Boris Vallejo, Ernie Bushmiller and whoever designed the graphics for the original arcade version of Double Dragon.
    Mens adventure paperbacks like The Destroyer, Mack Bolan, Death Merchant, The Penetrator, Death Lands and Nick Carter-Killmaster.
    The music of Meat Loaf, REO Speedwagon, Toto, Doobie brothers, Survivor, Frank Stallone, Sammy Hagar, Grand Funk Railroad, Boston, early Foreigner and late Heart.

    Rock Manlyfist is updated every MONDAY!

    First episode of Rock Manlyfist

    Second episode