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    Again thanks to Warren for this chance to continue to plug The Profane Comedy of Audley Strange.

    Currently I'm on an enforced hiatus due to family problems which has reduced my output from four or five pages a week to one or two. Since the current arc (The Wrongest Day) is a long convoluted story not many pages would make much sense when read alone, but here's one from a couple of weeks ago that hopefully does.

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    Hullo! Thanks for this opportunity to talk about my webcomic, Meen Comics! I'm Trixie Biltmore, a member of the giant Periscope Studio in Portland, Oregon. My strip is something that I do as a warm-up to my other drawings. It updates about once a week, and it's supposed to be funny. Drawing a 6-panel strip that's supposed to be funny every week is sometimes as easy and as much fun as writing haikus while pouring salt in your eyes.
    The only Meen with a Brit in it, so far.

    • CommentAuthorddav00
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2011


    Hey I'm Dav Yendler and I draw this comic in Chicago, IL, written by New York-based writer G.W. Lapid. This updated-once-a-week strip is about to finish its first season, so check it while it's hot!




    • CommentAuthorRonChan
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2011
    Roy's Boys is a twice-weekly gag strip about boys being boys, idiots being idiots, and buddies being buddies. The comic is a co-written by Ron Chan and Sean Kelley, with Ron taking art duties for Monday updates, and Sean drawing the Thursday strips. Read more at!
    • CommentAuthorAhlhelm
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2011
    First, thanks to Warren for a chance to shill some webcomics. I've already found several that I need to check out from here.

    I have two webcomics up and running right now.

    8-Bit Cop just started a week ago, but it's a police procedural focused around the world of old school video games.

    8-Bit Cop page 1

    My other webcomic Arc has just went to a semi-regular schedule as artist Jay Rainford-Nash and myself play catch-up on the story and art. It can best be described as Spider-Man if Spider-Man was a bisexual Latina.

    Arc page 1
    • CommentAuthorSeno
    • CommentTimeFeb 16th 2011
    Hello All,

    Just checking in to briefly advertise OFF CAMPUS, a thrice weekly webcomic patterned after a typical American sitcom, except without all the ridiculous limitations on language and adult situations. In other words, say ages 16 and up.

    Today's installment focuses on the horrors of 21st century pornography:

    OFF CAMPUS 02/16/2011

    Cyrus Mortazavi
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    I've been doing a little something called The Tourist that's being periodically released on It's on hiatus until the website moves to it's new server, so I'm passing the time with a new project called Mother Scorpion and the first few pages should be up soon.

    Page 3

    Page 7
    • CommentAuthorVikkiGrimm
    • CommentTimeFeb 17th 2011
    Free Mars

    A sci-fi rock opera set against the backdrop of a Martian civil war. 'Free Mars' follows the exploits of a garage band, from dive-bar obscurity to symbols of the Red Planet's new revolution.

    Our print version comes out next month, complete with a foreword by Dan Abnett, and we just finished our second Track (chapter). Thanks for checking it out and thanks to Warren Ellis for giving creators a nice venue to post their work.

    Page Four.

    Page Twenty Three
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    I've launched my online graphic novel The Wormworld Saga on Christmas last year and I'd like to invite you to read the first chapter!

    Wormworld Saga Excerpt 01

    Wormworld Saga Excerpt 02

    The Wormworld Saga is available in 5 languages and I hope you enjoy it!
    • CommentAuthormkesctt
    • CommentTimeFeb 17th 2011
    Unlike many comics here my webcomic contains jokes, sadly most of them aren't funny. but still...

    Three Nipples and a Kicking

    the adventures of a bunch of students who don't drink to excess, take drugs or have casual sex because they are too busy moaning about how they never get to get pissed, stoned, or fuck anyone.

    the art of Protesting

    watch them as they wank on about silly shite like politics, superheroes and other vital things here-
    • CommentTimeFeb 17th 2011 edited
    A high school tale of love, revenge and invisible monsters.

    Geist! Page 1
    Geist! Page 2
    • CommentAuthorrodsalm
    • CommentTimeFeb 17th 2011
    Hey comic fans,

    It's been around for almost a year so head on over to, a weekly webcomic about Death trying to live. And sucking at it like we all do. Coupla sample strips for you. Love to hear what hard core webcomic junkies make of it.

    Thanks from the Creator,
    Rod Salm

    Title Graphic for Death At Your
    Sample Strip1
    Sample Strip2
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    Hi all,

    longtime lurker, first time poster.

    Along with my compadre, Dan Light, we've just done a promo comic of TRUE GRIT for Paramount Pictures. Jim Campbell did the lettering and boy genius, Christian Wildgoose, knocked the art out of the park. It's an original adaption showing a different slant on some of Rooster Cogburn's past adventures.

    True Grit Cover

    There's 24 pages of western action free to grab.

    Here, have some links:

    A digital version on Comixology
    and the movie site with direct .pdf downloads of the comic (in something ridiculous like 7 languages)

    I'm also doing a creator-owned webcomic with Christian, called Butterfly Gate, that'll start later this year (once the buffer has grown fat). Teaser below.

    Butterfly Gate

    Thanks for reading, hope you enjoy it.

    Benjamin Read
    • CommentAuthornealbailey
    • CommentTimeFeb 17th 2011 edited
    Hey, folks.

    Cura Te Ipsum (Latin for Physician, Heal Thyself), an ongoing digital comic, can be found at

    Cura Te Ipsum tells the story of Charlie Everett, a man whose job it was to tell other people how to live their own lives while not knowing what he wanted to do with his own. As he grows more and more depressed, he decides to put a gun to his own head, only to be stopped at the last moment by a mysterious stranger… himself.

    He learns that across universes, he bands together with himself to both stop his alternate selves from committing suicide, and to stop the Dark Everett, a version of Charlie who believes that he was meant to commit suicide, and thereby goes across universes murdering Charlies (see that bastard below).

    The pages below are few splash pages from the series. The artist, Dexter Wee, is fantastic. I'm very fortunate to work with him.

    Page 47

    Page 35

    There are 47 pages of story up, 57 in the can as of today (2-27-2011), and we're updating Monday/Wednesday/Friday without fail. Check it out... hope you dig it!

    Neal Bailey
    • CommentTimeFeb 17th 2011
    Hello Everyone,

    First time poster as well. I'm the writer and letterer for Terminals, for Penny-Farthing Press. Terminals is a six issue mini-series, with new pages coming out every Tuesday and Thursday at

    The short: Since WWII, a group of science-types have worked to create the world's first super-heroes. They are successful decades later, however the inaugural team goes villain instead. One more team is created to stop them, though not without a contingency plan: they're all on borrowed time.

    As of this writing, 56 pages have been released. Thanks a lot for checking it out, if you do!

    Ryan Ferrier

    Terminals, Issue 2, page 20
    Terminals, Issue 3, page 8
    • CommentAuthorjeffrumm
    • CommentTimeFeb 18th 2011
    I helped conceive Space Bastard, and I do the pictures.
    Space Bastard is the story of Jack Molly:
    The means and ends the universe went through to allow Jack Molly to, not only, acquire more space in space, but to also acquire the title of Space Bastard.
    Space Bastard is updated with new pages every Friday at The Fictory Comics.
    Space Bastard Chapter 1: PopGun pp24

    Check out the latest page or read it from the beginning

    Also check out Stabb Gunner from my co-conspirators at The Fictory, with new pages released on Monday's.
    • CommentAuthorwillgun
    • CommentTimeFeb 18th 2011
    Hi all,

    I drop in on occasion, and find some pretty fantastic comics here. Wanted to introduce my own, Dragonet. Its a fantasy story set in medieval Europe, a take on the old wizard raises dragon story, and the mayhem that ensues. Its been online since January 2010 with 100+ pages, so check it out-the fourth chapter begins February 24th.
    The dragon Satha on her rampage.

    First page
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    My comic is call The Promotion and it's a fictional take on pro wrestling in 1970's Kansas City. Think of it as 'The Mad Men of Professional Wrestling'. It's been called "close to the perfect pro wrestling comic." I don't know about that, but I have a blast making it. Here's the first page from the second chapter:

    • CommentTimeFeb 27th 2011
    nealbailey: The artist, Dexter Wee, is fantastic. I'm very fortunate to work with him.
    Yes, he's illustrated a few comics in Murky Depths.
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    Well I did it. I started a webcomic.

    VAMPIRE: THE MARXUERADE is not a comic so much as it is a pixel art semi-participatory Choose Your Own Adventure based on White Wolf Games' "Vampire: the Masquerade", but for communist nostalgia goths.

    it's also animated.

    I'm hosting it on Tumblr right now. Here is the link to the first episode:

    I need to address the sidebar overlap issue but I'm not sure what CSS Tumblr wants me to tell it.