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    • CommentAuthorSeanC
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.21)
    Panda Force
    http://pandaforcecomic.com
    All Ages, On-going
    Updates Bi-Weekly

    Panda Force
    • CommentAuthorepalicki
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.22)
    Over at www.ericpalicki.com, I have a kinds of things for you to read. Occasional essays and short fiction, along with some webcomickry, like THIS:

    Corduroy Road, page one

    And THIS:

    BAREFOOT, page seventeen
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    Theater Hopper
    http://www.theaterhopper.com
    Updating every Monday
    Comics about movies

    Here's a recent comic about The Expendables that my readers seemed to like...

    Theater Hopper - http://www.theaterhopper.com
    • CommentAuthorDaveB
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.24)
    Well I just started one so I'll throw my hat in. It's a little rough as my style seems to change from panel to panel but I'm hoping to improve quickly. It is (or will be, once the story gets to that point) about super heroines, well, super heroes but most of the main characters are women and it'll be sort of a realistic take on them, and hopefully lots of comedy and action along the way. And probably a little cheescake. Check it out, I hope to improve the rate at which I post too. Grrl Power

    Grrl Power
    • CommentAuthorhellatoons
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
     (9121.25)
    Hi, my name is Eduardo Medeiros and i'm from Brazil. Here i have a biographical webcomic, called Sousage Soup.
    Sorry, i'm uploading 4 pages.
    you can read the comics here:
    http://hellatoons.wordpress.com/2010/09/06/sausage-soup/

    http://www.hellatoons.com or http://www.hellatoons.worpress.com

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    A couple representative pages from my new (and so, short thus far) comic, Strange Aeons. I call it a retro-pulp dieselpunk thrillventure. It's basically a smoothie made out of film noir, '30s pulp adventure, German Expressionism and H.P. Lovecraft. Yeah...

    Rep Page

    Rep Page
  3.  (9121.27)
    The Obscure Gentlemen is a web comic written and drawn by three brothers that dwell in the bowls of nerd culture. We're almost at our 100th strip. This is one of our favorites from a couple of weeks ago:

    Zombie Racists
  4.  (9121.28)
    i started a comic this year called Cleopatra in Spaaace! It features the 17 yr old Egyptian princess zapping and zinging her way through the cosmos. There's also a talking cat.

    Cleo036
    Cleo037
    • CommentAuthorkfreeman
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.29)
    Hi Everyone! I'm Kevin Freeman, Managing Editor at small-press publisher Ape Entertainment and creator and writer of the twice weekly webcomic SubCulture, which I do with artist Stan Yan. We've been doing the strip since February 2008, and it was a four-issue comic book series before that, so SubCulture has been around for going on four years, which ain't bad in the webcomic world.

    The strip is all about geek culture, and revolves primarily around the lives of a closet geek, a proud fanboy, and a passive aggressive femme fatale, although we have a pretty fleshed out cast of supporting characters as well.

    Here are a couple of samples to whet your appetite--I hope you consider becoming regular readers.





    Again, here is the link to the home page. Enjoy!
    • CommentAuthorMoochava
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.30)
    The Water Phoenix King is a weird fantasy tale about the employees of a crossroads tavern. It is swell. Right now the world is safe from the last pleroma of Gurahl, but the Ngapp raiders still menace nearby farming communities. Here's some recent stuff:

    Issue 4 Page 46

    *******

    Issue 5 Page 2

    http://www.waterphoenixking.com
    • CommentAuthorjohnplatt
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.31)
    I do a weekly webcomic called Plattitudes. It's an oddball mix of gags, autobio, Venn diagrams and other weirdness.

    Here's a recent sample:

    Diabetes

    Hope you all like it.

    John
    • CommentAuthorkevinczap
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.32)
    Thanks for the wonderful opportunity, Warren.

    I've got a webcomic called Spoilers (http://kevinczap.com/spoilers), about a girl who wants to disappear and then things fall apart. It's going to be wrapping up by the end of the year so there's already a lot of content to read through. Thanks to everyone who checks it out and a special thanks to all who enjoy it.

    Spoilers banner

    from Chapter 21, Spoilers Kevin Czap.
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    Thanks for this, Warren! I'll have to come back to bookmark some of these. As for myself, I do a fantasy webcomic called Bardsworth. It's about a young man who stumbles into another world and starts attending college there in order to learn magic. His friends include elves, fairies, and a demon who loves to bake. It's turning five years old next week! Currently I'm doing a storyline that is recounting one of the characters' past (it's darker than the previous story lines so it's a little different).

    Here's a recent goofy strip that's more in line with Bardsworth's usual fare.
    Bardsworth strip 578
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    I make a webcomic called Imaginary Monsters: www.imaginarymonsters.com

    If you like fantasy adventure stories, monsters, silly humor, and Dungeons and Dragons references, you'll probably enjoy my comic. The main characters are a bodiless skull named Grizzledude, and his friends Dennis the Necromancer and Lizard Wizard the lizard wizard.

    Here are a few pages:
    Sample page from imaginarymonsters.com

    sample pages from imaginarymonsters.com

    I've been posting updates most Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Thanks for checking it out! :D
    • CommentAuthorBradyDale
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.35)
    Well, I am working on a webcomic that I am going to launch in 2011. I am being a little compulsive about my buffer. I intend to post twice per week and I want a years worth of content done and scanned before I put it up. I am 60% there. When it goes live, I'll announce the link on my blog, This Too Will Pass.

    2nd Conversation with John Maynard Keynes

    and

    Save the Department Store!
  7.  (9121.36)
    I'm David Gallaher -- the author of HIGH MOON and BOX 13.

    HIGH MOON is the tale of an unchanging man in a changing time who is forced to either live like a beast or die like a man. The series can be read online at: http://www.highmooncomic.com/ or can be downloaded through the COMICS or DC COMICS apps through the iOS or through the Playstation Network:

    High Moon

    The other series, BOX 13, is a neo-noir espionage thriller about an investigative author whose identity is linked to a series of thirteen mysterious boxes. Published by comiXology for web and the iOS, the first series and its sequel BOX 13: THE PANDORA PROCESS can be read here.

    Box 13

    The artist behind both titles is Steve Ellis and the production work is by Scott O. Brown.

    Thank you for the interest and support.

    - David
  8.  (9121.37)
    I write a weekly updated webcomic with artist Andrew Sides and colorist Errol Rich Jr. called BORDER CROSSINGS. There are currently over 70 pages (3+ issues) of story online.

    BORDER CROSSINGS is a dark marine fantasy where a salvage submarine’s strange crew must redefine freedom for their drowned world. Here are two page examples:


    Border Crossings, Issue 3, Page 13


    Border Crossings, Issue 3, Page 14


    If you prefer comparisons it’s Firefly, Labyrinth and Perdido Street Station in a nautical steampunk mash-up. The story is also an allegory for the modern era of globalization.

    Venetia Toco falls through a portal to another world in a surfing accident. The place she ends up in is mostly oceanic, with only one remaining island. Strong economic disparity exists between the intelligent marine races and the remaining “air-breathers.” These different ethnicities have one thing in common: they all fetishize artifacts from Earth. Why? Because anything from Earth (bullets, chunks of wood, even human beings) can invoke special powers from ancient symbols called graphemes. Before the undead border patrol can capture her, a cuttlefish-shaped salvage submarine named The Rhizome retrieves Venetia. She joins the ship’s crew of odd displaced beings, led by the provocative radical Captain M.P. Skulker.

    Please visit BORDER CROSSINGS at http://www.thelastisland.com
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    @Clockworkvirus--

    I tried to subscribe to your lovely work, but both RSS links appear to be broken.
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    full issue of my web comic Ramyan which is contemporary interpretation of the Indian Epic the Ramyana, which is going out in time for diwali (5th November) so the sites a little rough but the link works to my work

    ramyan.net
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    And here I am, mistress and purveyor of non-pornographic, lesbian-based historical adventure and science fiction. My ever popular series House of the Muses continues at http://houseofthemuses.com and my sci fi dark horse, A Deviant Mind is climbing up the comics charts since it debuted in July 2010. http://houseofthemuses.com/adeviantmind
    A Deviant Mind Page 17
    Go on over and check it out. There's an About page and more.