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    • CommentAuthorwizbenny
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011
    Warren... we KEEP doing this, my friend. :-)

    Warren and I first met while I was Bob Harras' intern up at Marvel and he was writing X-Calibre (not a mispelling... that was the Age of Apocalypse storyline title he did). Me fresh out of college and he freshly landed and desperately asking me where he could sneak a smoke at in the building. I won't use the colorful expression he did, as it's not a PC term in the states. A month later, he did the dialogue to the first comic I wrote... a horribly butchered What If #77... Neither one of us were happy with it and grumble to this day. To thank me, he wrote me in an issue of Thor as an abused sex slave of the enchantress... and claims I owe him a pint to this day for the dubious "honor."

    Now a decade and a half later, I find out he's doing Webcomics... as am I. The wheel turns full circle it seems. So I'm happy to see him still enjoying all the medium has to offer.

    So, like you I do a full page (they call it "Long format" comic) with a new page, daily. I launched back in June and so far haven't missed a beat. (Fingers crossed). It's called Wayward Sons, and I haven't had this much fun in YEARS. Sadly I can't blame an editor this time around for the messed up story.

    Wayward Sons

    Feel free to visit the site at

    So, good to see ya, and look me up. I may just buy you that pint when next we meet (perhaps at SDCC?) old chum.

    -Benny Powell
    "Writers Write"
    • CommentAuthorkloob
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011
    • CommentAuthorMike C.
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011
    Lead Paint is a little humor comic that hopefully some of you will enjoy. I'm the writer, my friend Dana is the artist, and you can see the rest of our work at

    In Case of Creature from the Black Lagoon

    Fear of Words
    • CommentAuthoralbone
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011
    This is the story about four girls who battle for survival in the ring of women's wrestling, only for them to discover that surviving their battles with each other outside the ring is a completely different matter.

    The #1 Wrestling Webcomic
    Updates every M-W-F
  1.  (9367.65)
    I also do a webcomic thingy!
    Kiwi Blitz is a longform webcomic about a girl who decides to fight crime with her kiwibird mech, and the various shenanigans that ensue. It's half mecha action and half superhero comedy.

    • CommentAuthorzaymac
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011
    I have a webcomic that can be found at Bear VS. Zombies it's about a grizzly bear and his quest to found out who's responsible for the zombie apocalypse that caused his mate's death.


    There are also giant zombie monsters and stuff. I usually manage to update once a week. :)
  2.  (9367.67)
    I've recently started a comic called Ellie On Planet X, an all-ages strip about a little robot "exploring a far-off planet and befriending the very strange inhabitants thereof." Even though it's only thirty strips in, Ellie was recently chosen as one of the seven best new web-comics of 2010 by WIRED Magazine's online blog!

    Ellie 1

    Ellie 2
  3.  (9367.68)
    Uh, first time posting, heard about this on Twitter and thought to show some folk here the amazingly crappy Webcomic I do on DeviantArt. It's called "The Legend Of Wayne."


    Yeah, I know. It's pretty cruddy but Hey, I'm 17 I can improve. But I think most of the strip's problems stem from the fact that I use MS Paint for the most part in making them. I can draw much better by hand, but I have no tablet and scanning images never seems to turn out well. In any case the three and a half people who read it seem to think it's a decent enough read.

    I also put my equally unimpressive Fanart on my DA page. Ignore it or enjoy it, whatever.
    • CommentAuthorGazunta
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011 edited
    I've been making a daily comic called Funny Webcomic for just over two years now. Maybe that title is ironic! Who knows, I just grabbed it because nobody else did.

    Every week has a different theme, that my readers vote for in the week prior. Some themes make a welcome return, some are sent to wither away and die alone in a corner. This week's theme is "Terry the Crappy Terrorist"
    Choo Choose A Life of Crime

    Another theme that has proven themselves popular is "White Teenagers With Problems"
    Tortured Soul

    • CommentAuthorElliotd
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011
    Hi, my webcomic is called Strawberry Death Cake. Its about Demon Hunters, Nazi Bunnies, and girls with really skimpy outfits =p. Nothing is quite normal in the world of Strawberry Death Cake.


  4.  (9367.71)
    motobasturds is a webcomic about wrenching, riding and living the motorcycle lifestyle. Except these motobasturds are serious about it. Airhead
  5.  (9367.72)
    Every month this thread piles a hundred new items to read onto my RSS feed.

    I wub it.
  6.  (9367.73)
    The Deadlys is a comic about a family of kooky, creepy and just plain weird characters who live in a town of things that go bump in the night. Updates Monday-Friday.

    Comic 1
    Comic 2
    Comic 3
    • CommentAuthorbrenttbc
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011
    the bad chemicals has pretty colors and people with triangular noses depicting life in amerika. here are a couple (less political) samples:

    simple mistake

    light at the end of the tunnel
    • CommentAuthorgavint
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2011

    I create a gag ongoing webcomic called 'Sketch Book Scribbles'.
    Nerd, geek, fanboy type humor of whatever random thing I think of.
    Example strip

    I also have 2 complete comic works which can be read

    Bob- 22 pages
    Page 5
    Bob is the story of a boy’s childhood pet dog though the eyes of the people that loved him.
    From Bob’s fist days to his last this comic details the experience of loving a pet and the effect it has on your life.

    Burnard the lonely Bunyip - 24 pages - A light a silent kids comic -was redone from a 24 hour comic day.
    Page 3

    Burnard is a bunyip living in a billabong. He has good water to swim in and lots of tasty food to eat.
    But even a mythical creature can get lonely – follow Burnard as he ventures out unto the world to find a friend.
    • CommentAuthorhesir
    • CommentTimeJan 4th 2011
    I posted this recently on my blog...

    Hagiographix - St. Agatha


    All part of my Cthulhiad project which you can find at
  7.  (9367.77)
    Cheers to you Warren for giving us kids some shelf space...

    I'm Dan Goldman, and I do RED LIGHT PROPERTIES, a weekly comic about a Miami Beach real estate office that exorcises & sells "previously-haunted homes" using a combination of santería, hallucinogenic drugs and too-tight shirts.

    I finished the first OGN last year, and have been doing new short stories since November. You can read everything via the RLP Case Files page; here's a complete 4pgr to whet your whistle:

    Come on by; I'd love to hear what you think...

    ---love---> d
    • CommentAuthorn8twing
    • CommentTimeJan 4th 2011
    The Hero Business

    Because with great power comes great marketability.

    Sometimes running a super-hero agency can be a little less than super when your employees include a prickly public relations expert, an overly-aggressive marketing director, a recovering super-villain, a washed-up super-hero, and a cynical receptionist.

    But mayhem is all in a day’s work…
    when you’re in The Hero Business.

    Vacation Deflation
    Ploys for Tots
  8.  (9367.79)
    Little Monsters

    Thanks for the opportunity to share.

    Little Monsters is a traditional single-panel comic about a pair of mischievous twins.

    Little Monsters - Pregnant

    Little Monsters - Dark Side

    Check it out!

    • CommentTimeJan 4th 2011 edited
    What happens when everyone quits an MMORPG for good? How do the NPC characters that still live in that world come to deal with the lack in foot traffic through their stores? Who solves their problems for them? Do they take over the role of adventurer?

    That's what PFS is about. The first 26 pages are online now, and more as I can complete them. Holidays sort of messed it up a bit. I also printed up mini-comic versions of the first 20 pages. You can buy those for almost nothing, if you want. But it will always be free online.


    (A different scene. Lots of MMO's make cute reference to the real world/pop culture, so here's how PFS does it.)