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    Trying to get this back on a monthly basis.

    You do a webcomic? Tell me about it here. Not more than one or two images, please, or else the thread takes forever to load. Don't forget the bloody link.

    Relax. There are only 9000 members of Whitechapel, plus god knows how many drop-ins who aren't registered members. Only around 2500 people per day visit Whitechapel on average. Except when it's busy, or when I run links from

    And they all want to read webcomics.

    NOTE: this is not for people to list their favourite webcomics. We've done that before. Boring.

    -- W
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    Yay, it's webcomics week again!

    If you like Iron Age Irish epic webcomics, I'd have to say I do probably the finest Iron Age Irish epic webcomic anywhere in the world. It's called The Cattle Raid of Cooley, and it's about the teenage hero Cú Chulainn single-handedly defending Ulster, his uncle's kingdom, from an invading army from Connacht, by challenging them to defeat him in single combat before they can advance. There's conflicts of loyalty - Cú Chulainn's foster-father Fergus is part of the Connacht army and carrying on with the queen behind the king's back - ancient politics, a modicum of sex and generous helpings of violence, but it's at heart a coming-of-age tale. A page a week, every Wednesday. I'm 106 pages in and I estimate I'm no more than a third done, so if you stick it in your rss reader, you're in it for the long haul. Here's a couple of recent pages...
    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 105
    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 106
    And my thanks to Warren for doing this.
    • CommentAuthorEFlint
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2011 edited
    Why I'd love to. Looking for a fantasy comic with a splash of D&D and a little manga style? Then please give my comic The Chronicles of Loth a look. I've been drawing it for two years now and the writer and I have much more to come. That link again is, tell your friends.
    a few images
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    I've relaunched my static art webcomic, Chocolate Shoes, with the new year. It has gone daily, even on weekends. Chocolate Shoes updates at midnight Eastern.

    Random sampling:
    Polar Bear: The Other Other White Meat
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2011

    SPACE SHARK by Chris G.

    is my comic for the network of webs. It is a slice of life/romance comic written by me and drawn by Chris G. We update every once in a while! I hope you guys will give it a look!

    SPACE SHARK #012

    SPACE SHARK #016
    • CommentAuthorSeno
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2011

    Quick plug for OFF CAMPUS, a thrice-weekly webcomic patterned after a typical American sitcom. With swearing and naughty bits thrown in for good measure.

    Here's the last strip of 2010:

    OFF CAMPUS strip

    Cyrus Mortazavi
    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2011
    Hurrah for the return of webcomics week! As always, a big thank you to our host for providing the forum for this shameless shilling.

    My name is still Scott and I still do my webcomic, Angry Faerie, three times each week (Mon/Weds/Fri). I've described Angry Faerie as "Tinkerbell meets Dragonball (not Dragonball Z mind you)", as it follows the adventures of the Anger Faerie and the mythological creatures who are stuck dealing with her.

    The Christmas storyline ("A Very Angry Xmas") wrapped up recently:

    The nut shot to Santa!

    And now Angry Faerie, AF's brother Artus, AF's ex-best friend Brinda, and Brinda's clone of AF have just returned from the faerie realm and are in search of Merlin.

    What's the plan?

    Hope you'll take a look!
    • CommentAuthorSteadyUP
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2011
    Lovely timing; holiday traffic has been touch and go.

    Half-Assed Commitment - comics about comics, mostly Marvel, usually whatever came out that week.

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    I do a comic with a lot of Coney Island influence! Please read, rate, comment, subscribe to the RSS feed, whatever you feel like doin'!

    The Latest Page
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    I write Heist, the story of the world's greatest supervillain. It resumes with issue #2 this week, as our protagonist finds himself surrounded by superheroes and running out of time on his power. We have a new colorist, Franco Riesco, who's truly illuminating Andres Ponce's art.

    Heist by Bankshot

    She's Famous Now is an anti-romantic comedy that sees a painfully nice guy pursuing his high school crush, who's now the world's most famous pop star.

    She's Famous Now by Bankshot
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2011 edited
    This is my comic about living in a house with some friends. 'salright.

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    Warren, thanks again for the opportunity to plug!

    I'm Greg Carter and I'm the writer/creator/Executive Director of the urban fantasy action romance LOVE IS IN THE BLOOD, along with artist/Director Eliot Dombo. Volume 2, with a new stand-alone story, just started:

    I'm also the writer and co-creator along with artist/co-creator Stephanie O'Donnell of the spy thriller PERFECT AGENT. We just wrapped Mission 3 so now is a good time to catch up.

    Please enjoy!
    • CommentAuthorMattyoung
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2011 edited
    The Best Part...
    For 2011 I'm dedicated to doing a year of journal comics. Not quite daily, and maybe not the most original concept, but comics five days a week (so I can work on other projects that I'll also be putting up on the site, at Apostrophe Press dot com. It's an endeavor inspired by Matthew Reidsma's journal comic "High Maintenance Machine".
    Not Always All There
    Actually, I started trying to do the journal comics in November. I made it for three solid weeks, posting them up on my LJ, until the post-Thanksgiving holiday season drove me to a halt. I'm reposting those strips on a new comicpress site while I build up a little buffer of work and get the url staggering to its feet (so forgive it for being a little bare-bones). Eventually I want to get all my comics and zines up there for people to read, including the first two issues of my Catholic-upbringing-exorcist book The "Good" Catholic.
    JoCo Fancy Prance
    Brand new strips will begin on the 10th. Thanks for the opportunity to show work to new people, Warren.
    • CommentAuthorseanhexed
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2011 edited
    Hey all! I do a bit of a thing called A Gross of Goblins.

    A new Goblin is posted for your viewing displeasure kind of each and almost every Wednesday in the wee hours.

    There are people that tell me that they rather enjoy it. Only some of them are liars.

    Have three. They're small.

    Click to visit A Gross of Goblins! - Click to visit A Gross of Goblins! - Click to visit A Gross of Goblins!

    Do stop by weekly for an unhealthy serving of just what you don't need!


    Additional Miscellany:
    RSS feed!
    A Gross of Goblins on LiveJournal.
    And on MYSPACE. (honestly, I barely touch the thing these days)
    Or FACEBOOK, if you prefer! (join the fan page for seeeeeecrets...)
      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2011 edited
    HEY APATHY! Weekly Webcomic strange, surreal, satire,so on

    • CommentAuthortarajcl
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2011 edited
    Hi, I do a fantasy webcomic called 'Evolution.' It’s about extinction, basically. And fossilisation. And hermaphrodite demigods, and other stuff.

    It’s set in Totally Not Rural South Africa and it follows around an amnesiac dinosaur spirit (essentially a minor god of dinosaurs) after it wakes up at the bottom of crevice after several million years and an earthquake. It doesn’t know where the hell it is, or what the hell it is, but it’s hungry. The first segment of the story is about it meeting up with a bird spirit and, later, a lizard spirit, and trying to decide whether or not it wants to eat its new friends.

    I update in chunks, not regularly, and I've got quite a bit more lined up. Thanks for your time!
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2011
    Mine is called experiMental Theatre. The official quick description is "An experiment in mental theatre, externalized in comic form."

    It's cautioned as potentially containing Language, Violence, Nudity, and Weirdness. (And sometimes guest stars) As you can see below, it's done a lot looser than my usual work - a more raw brush & ink style after some of the old school undergrounds.
    The storyline, i won't go into now - i'm taking my time letting it unfold and it's too soon to talk about. It's only 19 or 28 episodes in, depending on how you count. I say 19, but there were pre-strips and holiday strips pushing up the count.
    Here's a couple of previous strips, chosen nearly at random

    experiMental Theatre - TIM008

    experiMental Theatre - TIM017

    This pre-strip i considered using, but it's NSFW. It's entitled Warning: Content Warnings! - a totally gratuitous strip merely done to justify the warnings i was placing on the strip.

    experiMental Theatre updates three (of course) times a week, on a Mon-Wed-Fri schedule at
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    seamonster: it's still there, and you still haven't read it!

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    Currently running one out of my DA because there aren't enough strips yet, called Freelance Musicians. It's about music to an extent and horrible people, going six pages at a time.

    • CommentAuthorAlotron
    • CommentTimeJan 2nd 2011
    Woo! I create a weekly webcomic called Faraday the Blob. As the name suggests, it's about a blob called Faraday and the surreal/oddball adventures that befall him on a regular basis!
    Hope you like it.
    - Alan