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    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2011 edited
    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.

    NOTE: spread the link around, please. The shortlink for this thread is

    -- W
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2011
    I write/draw/design Space Shark. It is a coming of age story about life and love. I hope you give it a chance. It comes from my heart. and beer.

    This is the newest strip I completed earlier this week. Please click to view it bigger
    SPACE SHARK #023 Space Shark Rocks Out!

    -Chris G
    • CommentAuthorSteadyUP
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2011
    Half-Assed Commitment - comics about comics, mostly Marvel, usually whatever came out that week.

    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2011
    Hurrah for Webcomics Week. As always, a big thank you to Mister Ellis for letting us promote our works here.

    Angry Faerie is best described as "Tinkerbell meets Dragonball (but not Dragonball Z)". It's the tale of the perpetually pissed off Anger Faerie and the other mythological beings who have to deal with her. The comic updates Monday/Wednesday/Friday and has been running for a little over a year. I recently changed the format from the "classic newspaper strip" to full-sized comic page. Hope you'll take a few minutes to check it out.

    Recently: Angry Faerie's clone has encountered one of Angry Faerie's enemies, the Draugr. Her reaction to the draugr is decidedly different than Angry Faerie's. Meanwhile, unsure where the clone has vanished to, Angry Faerie's brother Artus and her former best friend Brinda go off in search of her and find more than they expected.

    In the meantime, Rok and Mika are trying to get Angry Faerie's anger levels back up in preparation for battle with the draugr and Merlin. Apparently things are succeeding:
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    Please enjoy CONIES!
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2011
    Das Capitalist Pig : I used to work in Finance;I had money,hair and a promising career, I was also very miserable, so one day I quit to purse my true passion: doodling and sitting in coffee shops and bars for hours... doodling. After all this sitting and doodling I came up with a great idea for a web comic, unfortunately I was drunk,so I forgot about it. In the mean time, I've been doing this strip as a ways of testing the waters and exorcising my demons; now I am broke, wear a hat and am happy.


    Das Capitalist Pig - Habitat
    • CommentAuthorGregCarter
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2011 edited
    Thanks once again, Warren!

    LOVE IS IN THE BLOOD, by Greg Carter and Elliot Dombo, contains vampires, government agents, action, romance, sword fights, and, well - imagine if Indiana Jones was a female vampire.

    PERFECT AGENT, by Greg Carter and Stephanie O'Donnell, is the story of a fashionable killer. For the good guys. Maybe?
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    Carnivore Carnival is a series of various short comics. There's no specific theme and it could be pretty much anything. Postapocalyptic mythological fantasy, symbolic musings on gender, prehistoric funnies, Linguistic Sci-Fi, Metal inspired horror and shopping trips gone awry.

    Currently serializing the 12th short story, Canned. Updates are Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

    This Prophecy

    If you enjoy these and want to recommend them to someone, you can use the super nifty handy dandy and easy to remember redirect link
    And if you enjoy these enough to want them on paper, first fifty pages are collected as Coilstar Illustrated #1 and available through indyplanet.
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    Giant robots vs giant monsters! I submit Kill All Monsters! for your webcomic viewing options. KAM! is written by Michael May, drawn by me and lettered by Ed Brisson. It updates EVERY Friday. A limited edition ashcan of the first chapter is now available to purchase, too.

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    Thanks, Warren!

    I'm working on a graphic novel called Nathan Sorry that I publish a page at a time as a webcomic. It's about a hapless investment analyst who is supposed to have died on 9/11 but instead has gone on the run. I'm about 76 pages in. I sell digital comics of the first two issues worth of the story on and The Illustrated Section (first issue is FREE there).

    Below is part of a 3 page comic book "trailer" that I am putting together to appear in a FCBD anthology. I thought it would be fun to try to put together a preview that reads like a movie trailer. This is the last part where the scenes would be edited together really quick and the music builds to a crescendo before the title comes up on the screen.
    Nathan Sorry - trailer
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    @Jason Copland Your comic looks incredible but your link doesn't seem to work.
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    Thanks, Rich! Fixed! :)
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    NOMAD TOFU is a science-fantasy adventure series about Pub, a weirdo-with-a-past who fell out of the sky and into a world of monsters. Its main influence is Jim Henson and it's created by Harry Myland.

    Nomad Tofu by Harry Myland

    Nomad Tofu by Harry Myland
    • CommentAuthorAnarchicQ
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2011
    FRIENDS 4 EVER!!!! is a weekly sprite comic where a bunch of video game monsters act like innocent 12 year olds.

    • CommentAuthorjohnegold
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2011 edited
    Flopside is a comic about gaming, comics, and the people involved. It is written and drawn by John Eaton Hope everyone enjoys it :D

    Thanks for the chance, this is an awesome idea :D !

    Here's the site if you missed it.
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    Citizen X just started up again. I write it, Leonardo Pietro draws it, & JuanManuel Tumburus makes those sunsets so spectacular. It's nice if you're into ancient Phoenicians, alternate universes, westerns, or the savage Irish.

    Citizen X by Brendan McGinley, Leonardo Pietro & JuanManuel Tumburus

    And speaking of ancient Carthage, here's a fresh page from Hannibal Goes to Rome

    Hannibal Goes to Rome

    Thanks as ever, Warren.
    • CommentAuthorngfiala
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011

    My first 'webcomic,' for this discussion. I mean, it's on the internet, right? Also, there's a lot more fun stuff to find at...

    THE PORN COACH!!!1!!!!!
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    The Cattle Raid of Cooley, my serialised adaptation of a war story from Iron Age Ireland, is up to page 114 and probably less than half-finished. My intention is to avoid the misty fantasy world clich├ęs and tell the story as if the past is the present for the characters, in a style that owes more to Eddie Campbell than to Frank Frazetta. The hero is not a muscle-bound barbarian, but (as in the original) a baby-faced teenage boy who isn't sure he knows what he's doing. Here's a sequence from early on:

    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 10
    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 11
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    I've been running Binary Souls / Other Dimensions for nearly 4 years now. It's a heart warming story about a whiny robot, a crazy hologram and a witch that wants to rule the world. Oh, there's original music that goes along with it as well. Enjoy!

    bs/od #480
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    I post comics online at
    Gags about the future, Dick jokes and stuff about being a New Zealander in Australia.


    dick punch