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    • CommentAuthorSamantha
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
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    My Webcomic is "Life's a Witch" Family humor in a magical world.
    Normally, just mild humor, but just finished a Halloween arc, being a take-off of Tell Tale Heart. Here is an excerpt:
    Sample 1
    Sample 2
    • CommentAuthorattila
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.42)
    Hi All!

    My name is Attila Adorjany my current webcomic project is called Metaphysical Neuroma . It’s a bizarre tale in the tradition of Alice in Wonderland(the book) with a mature leaning along the lines of naked lunch(the film). But when I set out to make this project I very much intended to make something that would be hard to describe but easy to fall in love with. Let me know what you think.

    sample page 1
    sample page 2
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      CommentAuthorsteve_i
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.43)
    I run a webcomic site called Blurred Lines. It is mostly a collection of short stories, but at the moment I am running a longer comic called Ao Stories. It is 174 pages in and is beginning to approach it's conclusion. It updates with 3 new pages every Sunday.

    Link

    Here is one of the recent pages from Ao Stories.

    Ao Storied pg173

    Here is the first page of a short story called The Muse

    The Muse Pg1

    Thanks for taking a look!
  1.  (9121.44)
    Hi all. New here. Been meaning to sign up and this seems as good a time as any.

    I do Johnny Wander with artist Yuko Ota. It alternates between B&W autobio and full-color fiction - we bump to color when we have a little more time between client work and other projects. I'll post an example of each - first is about our angriest roommate:

    Johnny Wander #191

    The next is from a 2-page short introducing two crime-solving brothers who grow up to become (poorly-adjusted) detectives,

    Johnny Wander - Maidens #1

    I've hit the page limit, but if you're curious, Page 2 can be found here. Have a good one!
    • CommentAuthordelgaduck
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.45)
    My name is Edgar Delgado, and my webcomic is called Chava & Don Andres, its a story based on the mythology of Carlos Castaneda and has NO DIALOGUE. So anybody can read it. There's a link at the top for new readers so you can watch the first episode. It will be 48 episodes long, right now im at Episode 45

    enjoy!

    link: http://chyda.com

    and here's a sample page!

    • CommentAuthoradamszym
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.46)
    Hey all,

    I make two webcomics, so I'll post a page from each:

    http://www.goodshowsir.com/ofwhatkind
    OF WHAT KIND? is an ongoing fantasy webcomic about a group of people who study the sentient creatures of their world. The current story is titled THE BROOD OF THE OUTERFISH and is 13 pages deep.



    My other webcomic is called GOOD SHOW, SIR! and is a more humor based comic about anything that comes to my brain--intergalactic census taking, jet pack babies, robots, genies, etc.

    Hope you guys enjoy them!
    • CommentAuthorelmudolb
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
     (9121.47)
    Hi!

    Our webcomic has been running nonstop since January, we had a little thing called TURBOmode to enhace the reading a little bit.
    We also have the standard HTML version if you don't are into flash-y things.

    Here are a few sample pages, hope you all liked it and pay us a visit.

    TURBO DEFIANT KIMECAN
    http://www.kimecan.com

    Turbo Defiant Kimecan page 12
    Turbo Defiant Kimecan page 13


    TURBO DEFIANT KIMECAN
    http://www.kimecan.com
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    Thanks so much, Warren, for giving us this opportunity!

    My name is Ruben Moreno; I'm the creator of Masked Manor, a thrice-weekly horror humor adventure comic. The comic delivers daily gags but adheres to an over-arcing long form storyline. Lee Grice over at Small Press Big Mouth describes it as "the Universal [movie] monsters meets Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy." Thanks, Lee!

    Here's a brief synopsis:

    "What do monster movies, muscle cars, mythology, mysterious master plans and the fictional country of Medsylvakia have in common? They all play a part in Masked Manor, the ongoing tale of an incredibly unlucky vampire, his struggle to overcome a long-time nemesis, and the allies and enemies he meets along the way. The strip is a tongue-in-cheek jaunt into the realms of Gothic horror, preposterous shenanigans, magical artifacts, cool cars and pop culture at large."

    Website: http://www.maskedmanor.com

    Or, get started here: http://www.maskedmanor.com/new-reader-guide/

    Here are a couple of very recent samples. Hope you enjoy!

    Masked Manor - October 29, 2010 - Miss a Turn

    Masked Manor - October 31, 2010 - A Royal Welcome

    Thanks for taking a look! Lots of great comics in this thread.
    • CommentAuthoriggynore
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.49)
    Hi all,

    I'm a former Zuda winner (with the comic Sidewise) and this is my other webcomic called Light Apprentice, that can be billed today as "Scott Pilgrim meets Final Fantasy", because it has an RPG system built in the comic. It's been alive for almost three years and I believe the current website is going to be the final home for the comic.

    There's also an animated webseries being developed, with the first episode already up.

    I hope you enjoy it!

    http://www.lightapprentice.com

    First cover
    • CommentAuthorwormulus
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.50)
    Hi everyone! I put a comic up every single day M-F! The content varies, sometimes longer sci-fi type stories. Sometimes more autobio stuff. Sometimes other things. I also post various pages from my sketchbooks on the weekends (and sometimes during the week, too)!

    Currently, I'm wrapping up an entire season of gardening comics. Since it's getting pretty cold here, that will end soon. After that, I think I might start the second volume of Radio Ghosts. Here's a sample of both:


    Gardening Comics
    • CommentAuthorgmcalpin
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
     (9121.51)
    I was beckoned back via the Twitters to chime in about my webcomic, Multiplex, which is a sitcom-style humor comic about the staff of a movie theater. So there's a lot of movie jokes, movie commentary, and just enough stupid humor and teen drama to keep the characters interesting. Since there's a bit of continuity, and the humor is more character-based than gag-strippy, I recommend people start from the beginning.

    Here's a semi-recent, short, self-contained one:

    Multiplex #477

    And a somewhat self-contained strip from a short arc from a while back. A little explanation: a recurring thing in the strip has the characters pulling pranks on each other, but it's really just a way to incorporate movie parodies and such into the comic. In this case, they're doing a riff on A Christmas Carol on Jason:

    Multiplex #353

    (I just came out with the first Multiplex print collection in September called Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show, which is currently available at B&N.com, Amazon, and a few Chicago-area comics shops and bookstores. My distributor, IPG, is working on placing it with wholesalers as we speak. Anybody who might be interested in a review copy or carrying it in their shop, please drop me an e-mail — gordon at multiplexcomic.com!)
  3.  (9121.52)
    Where do old super folk when it's time to get out of the game? To Valhalla--Home for the Supertired. My comic, The SuperFogeys, tells their stories on a twice-weekly basis, Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you're looking for a fun comic that's strong on characters and a good story, I think I can oblige.

    SuperFogeys is brought to you by the good folks over at Th3rd World Studios (The Stuff of Legend, Space Doubles, etc.). Another comic of mine, Monsterplex, was a Zuda winner earlier this year.

    SuperFogeys 216 -

    SuperFogeys 208 -

    www.superfogeys.com
    • CommentAuthorBill Blume
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
     (9121.53)
    I'm Bill, the Wildcat. I do an online photo-comic strip called "The Wildcat's Lair." I post episodes every Wednesday and Friday with the occasional bonus episode thrown in once in a blue moon. The comic follows my misadventures with my computer-generated pet cat Frank, his best pal Hip (a dragon with allergy issues who looks more like a hippo with wings and a serious Claritin D habit), Frank's Uncle Kerouac (who is always high on catnip), my wife (aka "Dragon Queen"), my two kids and a house full of my wife's dragon collection.

    I like to think the combo of pictures and graphic artwork set my comic strip apart from most. I've been doing episodes for years now, so you can kill quite a lot of time just going through old episodes. I also produce a really sharp-looking calendar for the comic strip which you can buy directly from my comics webpage (yes, shameless plug, I know).

    And lest I forget... Warren, thanks for this opportunity to promote all of our comic strips!

    Link: http://wildcatslair.blogspot.com/

    Catnip it in the Bud"
    Originally Posted October 20, 2010
    • CommentAuthorzaymac
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.54)
    I do a webcomic Bear VS. Zombies at www.bearvszombies.com

    It updates weekly for now, trying to increase to twice a week within a month or so.
    BVZ1

    Photobucket

    Thanks Warren.
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      CommentAuthoreroomba
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010
     (9121.55)
    Mine's Lair of the Lizardmin. It only updates once a week right now (on Wednesdays). Here's a sample...

    LAIR OF THE LIZARDMIN Ep. 16

    I used to do Bug & Worm, but I finally had to finish it up.

    Thanks!
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      CommentAuthorIsenMike
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
     (9121.56)
    First Law Of Mad Science is a sci-fi/horror adventure story about super-scientist inventor George Baker and his family. George's most recent invention is a world-changing cybernetic eye enhancement, called "Cyber-Eyes," that is so amazing, and so cheap and easy to implant, that two fifths of the world gets the procedure within the first year. At that point, however, George and his team start to realize that the very first test subjects to get the implant, a group that includes George's own son, are starting to see awful things that no one else is aware of. Are the things real, or just a malfunction of the equipment? What is causing the visions? And how can they be stopped before the problem spreads to everyone with the implants, and causes worldwide panic and hysteria?

    These mysteries will launch George and his family into a globe-trotting adventure where they'll uncover ancient civilizations, underground cities, sinister cults, corporate conspiracies, and killer robots.

    The first chapter of First Law Of Mad Science is still in production; we've got an eight page preview online at our site. We're aiming to publish it in print, but bringing it to the web is something we've been thinking a lot about.

    Cover image:
    First Law Of Mad <br />Science #1 - Cover

    Page 2
    First Law Of Mad Science #1 - Page 2

    Read the entire preview here
  4.  (9121.57)
    Frighteningly Pretentious Komix! features artwork hacked from the finest [public domain] resources and repurposed for hilarity.

    Imagine those badly-photocopied zines that were left on the tables at your local coffee shop got a shave and a haircut, finished their fine arts degrees, and turned out to have really odd Monty Python-esque senses of humor. Then they got married and had a kid. That kid is FPK.

    Updates Tuesdays and Thursdays with a double-size update on Saturdays at fpk.thecomicseries.com.

    One of the Tuesday/Thursday updates

    One of the Saturday updates
    • CommentAuthorjbertwistle
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
     (9121.58)
    Hi. Zombie 2012 is a webcomic created by Jason Primmer, written by Josh Bertwistle and illustrated by Mark Cromwell. It follows the adventures of Korben Shaw as he sails the east coast with his friends Greybreard and Taryn, looking for an ancient Mayan cure for the zombie plague.

    www.zombie2012.com

    We update evey Sunday night. The entires are about 500 words of prose in a log-book form, accompanied by Mark's illustration. Jason came to me last October with an idea of a swashbuckling, zombie smashing hero, and I'm having a lot of fun writing Korben's story.

    Here, Korben finds his wife and his zombie father-in-law:

    Korben finds his dead wife & zombie father-in-law.
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    Hiya!

    I write LOVE IS IN THE BLOOD with art by Elliot Dombo. We are two pages away from the end of the first stand-alone story:
    Love is in the Blood

    And PERFECT AGENT with Stephanie O'Donnell. We are nearing the end of Mission 3. Each mission is a complete story.
    Perfect Agent

    Thanks!
    • CommentAuthorrpbroad
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2010 edited
     (9121.60)
    This is Kraken A tale of the crew of the Interstellar rescue vessel St Christopher. This is a weekly comic where one page is added every sunday. It is written and rendered by my self Rp Broad. It can be seen at my web site www.rpbroad.comCheers
    RP

    Kraken cover