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    Happy March, Whitechapel...

    I'm Dan Goldman and I do RED LIGHT PROPERTIES, my comic series about a small real estate firm on Miami Beach that exorcises and lists “previously-haunted homes” to victims of foreclosure while trying to hold their own lives together.

    The RLP office is run by the Tobins, a married couple in the process of divorcing (no spoilers, it happens on page one): Jude Tobin is a schlubby, drug-addled jewish shaman who handles the exorcisms, and his control-freak Cuban wife (and agency broker) Cecilia who sets him loose in haunted houses armed with the various hallucinogenic plants he uses to enter the spirit realm and get rid of any unwelcome spirits. And then there’s little Turi, their young son stuck in the middle of the divorce, and Zoya, the office’s perky zaftig Russian receptionist-slash-ghost-photographer whose enthusiasm for working with our shaman feeds his own ego while exacerbating an already-bad situation.

    Essentially, RLP is a gigantic twist-up of my neuroses about life/love/death/family/marriage set in the rising tidewater of the US economic collapse, one that I’m using to transmit my own cosmological ideas about the Shape of the Universe as seen from a tiny aging monkey body.

    I publish new RLP comics every weekday.
    Currently running on RLP is the short story "Underwater"; here's the first page:

    Thanks to Warren for providing this space to find you other cool webcomics & webcomickers; come on by and say wuzzup.

    ---love---> d!

    • CommentAuthorbrenttbc
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    the bad chemicals is a single-panel gag strip with pretty colors and people with triangular noses. unfortunately, it makes my parents really sad. here's a recent one, titled: "Just Say No"...
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    My newest comic is a collaboration with artist EC Steiner called THINK OF THE CHILDREN.

    It's a 24-page, one-shot, satirical horror comic about the events leading to the original Comics Code Authority. The members of the Senate Subcommittee are secret monster hunters, seeking to destroy evil children, who they believe are corrupted by the stories of EC Comics. THINK OF THE CHILDREN is designed for print publication, with plans for a hand-made, hardbound, sculpted artifact book in mind. So that the story can reach as wide an audience as possible, we have decided to release it online for free. Comics make kids evil!

    Think of the Children, Page 10

    I also wrote a webcomic with artists Andrew Sides and Errol Rich Jr. called BORDER CROSSINGS. There are currently over 70 pages (3+ issues) of story online. I'm currently seeking a new artist to collaborate with on this creator owned project.

    BORDER CROSSINGS is a dark marine fantasy where a salvage submarine’s strange crew must redefine freedom for their drowned world. If you prefer comparisons it’s Firefly, Labyrinth and Perdido Street Station in a nautical steampunk mash-up. The story is also an allegory for the modern era of globalization.

    I am currently seeking a new artist to finish the last 44 pages of BORDER CROSSINGS. There is an opportunity for publication and the original artist has released his rights to the story, opening the door for a creator owned collaboration. If you're interested, more information is available at the site. Or you can contact me at christian [dot] sager [at] gmail [dot] com.

    Border Crossings, Issue 3, Page 13
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011 edited
    whoooosh! mornin' whitechapel. some of you may remember my last webcomic, plan B, which warren plugged a couple years back. i finished that back in december, and in feb i started my new title - d20something. it's a soap opera type comic about a bunch of twenty-somethings living in a modern day fantasy world.


    which can be found here

    i dunno if it's NSFW exactly, but has mild language and maybe a thingie or two showing.
    • CommentAuthorsquidbunny
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011 edited
    Nice; this always nets me something new to read.

    Weekly weird western Next Town Over continues; wrapping up the first chapter at the site.

    Lookback, page 10

    Lookback, page 11

    Thank you kindly, Whitechapel.
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    Hi there,

    I'm still on Reservoir Docs, we're getting closer to the end now.

    This is yesterday's update. Still going on quantum theories and suchlike.
    • CommentAuthorgigas
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Burn That Seat is my half-assed attempt at a webcomic, born out of insulting emails back and forth. I follow the South Park style of copy and paste, only with less movement and artistic ability.

    Remember that time you came into work with a rip in your pants and you blamed it on 'that pinko kindergarten down the street?'

    The chicken came from a farm where they've genetically engineered chickens with no beaks, feathers or emotions.

    Hello? Hello?! Damnit, I've spilled juice all over myself.

    Twitter: @burnthatseat
    • CommentAuthorAlotron
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Hello all - fantastic work in here as usual!

    I do a weekly webcomic called Faraday the Blob - It mostly chronicles the offbeat adventures of the eponymous blob, but occasionally I like to feature other characters and/or work in B&W. Anyway, hope you find something you like!
    Remaining Anomalous
    The Hand of Dr. Zelman
    • CommentAuthorepalicki
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    All kinds of short comics are posted for your reading pleasure over at


    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011 edited
    Another webcomics week, another promotion for El Cuervo. A webcomic noir set in a faceless city, drawing inspiration from pulp crime comics and Frank Miller's work. It's about a hitman-for-hire who hates his job and thinks of leaving it all behind, and ends up being the victim of a double cross. This sets the wheels of his quest in motion, and he spends the remainder of the story seeking revenge and redemption.

    El Cuervo - The Noir Webcomic

    El Cuervo - The Noir Webcomic

    Once again, thanks for the opportunity to show off our wares.
    • CommentAuthorevilhare
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Hi! I'm Sam Medina, the guy behind Jake the Evil Hare, a webcomic about a rabbit raised in a BioWeapons lab who decides to turn over a new leaf by becoming a superhero.

    The site also has some sketchbook snapshots of a graphic novel in the character design stage... that one's an dark fantasy/steampunk epic called Darkfell.

    Cover shot for Chapter 1 - Day of the Jackrabbit
    Jake rus into his very first villain...
    • CommentAuthorn8twing
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Imagine your office, bitten by a radioactive spider.

    That’s The Hero Business, a comic chronicling the day-to-day adventures of an agency that caters exclusively to super-heroes (and their super-egos). After all, with great power comes great marketability.

    Pool School

    Ode To Code

    Walk-ins are welcome. Radioactive clients, please use the service entrance.
    • CommentAuthorwizbenny
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Wayward Sons: Legends follows the daily Science Fiction adventures of the Ulympeans as they war with the Tytans in earth's distant past. Their epic battles will inspire every myth, legend, fantasy and fairy tale in human history. This comic updates DAILY and we're beginning our 9th issue (issue #8. Figure that one out) today.

    Issue 8 Wayward Sons: Legends

    Obviously this is an Homage cover... but it worked. Heh.

    And to give a more accurate view (and so you don't think it's a FURRY comic... not that there's anything wrong with that) here's an earlier issue cover...

    Issue #4 cover

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    Only just started this webcomic with my brother and a friend.
    More pages will be uploaded soon and a proper website is on its way.

    The Local page 1

    The local page 2
    • CommentAuthorKoltreg
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Howdy, I do a webcomic called Socialfist about communist super heroes and their fight against an overly imperialistic America. Currently in the third 18 page chapter that focuses on a group from the American Justice Squad.
    Chapter 3, Image 1

    The story moves slow since I am writing it more like a graphic novel as opposed to a webcomic but feel free to check it out.
    • CommentAuthorWombatNeil
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    I do a weekly comic called Wombat that is semi-autobiographical. People seem to enjoy it. Wombat Here's a recent one that stands alone fairly well...

    • CommentAuthorIan_Austin
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Me and Dan Butcher co-created a webcomic known as Death Boy. It's best described as:

    Silver Age heroism meets Dark Age anti-heroes: Death Boy is a bad ass normal tearing up the streets of Paradise City and clashing with Tezzer (Alien), the Zero League (supervillains) and the drinkers, fiends and critics that seek to plague his every move.

    We're seventeen pages into Issue Two, and throwing pop-culture references and nostalgic superhero homages at our readers twice a week. Check out the latest page below:

    Issue Two. Page Seventeen

    And catch us on Wevolt (Mature Audience only)
    • CommentAuthorRCSI
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011 edited
    Well, we just started Issue 10 on Code Name: Hunter

    And, to whet appetites... The cover for Issue 13 was just finished... So consider this a sneak peek:

    • CommentAuthorjbarrett
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011 edited
    Hey gang,

    I make a silly comic called Werebears and Only Children that I update 2-3 times per week. Sometimes it's about games, sometimes it's about comics, sometimes it's about toilet paper.
    Werebears and Only Children

    • CommentAuthorNHOJ
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Hi folks.

    I've been doing a daily comic by the name of 'Daily Doodly' for just over four months now. More of an artistic exercise than anything particularly serious. You can check out more over on my blog and my Tumblr.