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    • CommentAuthorArdRhi
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    I've been doing my own take on Jenny Everywhere since the middle of 2010. I missed the artist jam where everyone was showing off their versions of Jenny, so I guess now I can stick my nose in by way of introduction. The comic is Jenny Everywhere's Infinite: Quark Time, and it keeps me busy and entertained. Here's an example page from somewhere in the middle.

    10/17/2010 - The Dream Before The Dream

    I do the comic to share the funny little pictures in my head, and to keep from going nuts, disabled and stuck in the house all the time by myself.
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    Dressed For Success is the story of Walter Andrewkowski and Alex Corbett, an accountant and a drifter who meet by chance while fleeing the intergalactic mafia. In the current story, they've gotten jobs as couriers and while delivering a package became part of an Indiana Jones type adventure. DFS is a weekly parody, sci-fi, adventure, buddy, road-movie romp through time and space.
    At this point in the story, Alex, Walter, Mississauga Jay and his sister Celeste have been captured and are about to meet the story's villan.
    Dressed For Success - Page 66
    Dressed For Success - Page 67
    The story continues every Wednesday.
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    Oi, late to the party but that's fine.

    Shane Joines and I run a webcomic called Terminal. It's currently updating weekly, and on schedule. We're moving to a comicpress format within the month, so bear with our blogger set-up for now. All is quite navigable.

    Our webpage is here:

    Here are the latest updated pages- ENJOY.
    Pages 14 and 15-
    • CommentAuthorsteamcrow
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Comic: Monster Commute

    It's a little bit like Orwell's 1984 meets the Wizard of OZ, on a steampunk highway. With monsters.

    It's quirky. Weird. And unique.

    We just started a new season, called WAND. It's a great place to start.

    The Junkyard
    Sick of the Junkyard
    Didn't know you played

    We update 5 times a week in many colors.

    Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
    • CommentAuthorplaidrocket
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011 edited

    Hey guys : ) drop by and visit:!
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    Marooned is the story of Captain John and his sidekick robot, Asimov, who become stranded on Mars during a manned mission attempt. There are plenty of Martians to keep John busy. Some friendly, some... not so much. Some just inept. It's a little like Gilligan's Island on Mars.

    • CommentAuthorHythlodeus
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    After years of existing just in German, Zwerg/Elf, a webcomic about the relationship between a dwarf and an elf is now also available in English.

    (Picture from the German version)
    Page from the second arc
    (Picture from the English version)
    Page from the first arc
    • CommentAuthormotty
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Once again I'm a bit overwhelmed by the quality of the comics linked in this thread and, as a result, more than hesitant to add my own, but here goes.

    Fit and the Conniptions is a mostly real-life diary comic chronicling my adventures as a musician in London over the last five years, except that in real life I don't have a sarcastic talking chicken on my head and am not followed around by a floating letter H. It's supposed to update Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays but often doesn't. There's also a bunch of music to listen to and download.

    Here's the latest comic:

    Latest comic on
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    I write a comic called Spy6teen--

    It's a fairly mainstream/pop/super-science comic about a high school girl named Cally Calhoon, who moonlights as a super-spy. Tonally, it's a bit of a love letter to the early 2000's comics that got me back into reading: Ultimate Spider-man, Invincible, and Warren's work on Planetary/Authority-- (although, I consider us an "all-ages" book, so not quite as violent as The Authority...) We were called Joss Whedon-y in a review-- Personally, I take that as a compliment. (I leik Joss stuf)

    We update once a week on Tuesday, and I also do a pretty lengthy process writeup with each page. We also supplement the comic with a blog on Thursdays, where I pundit Digital/Web/Distribution news.

    We've wrapped up our first issue and recently started waving our Digital Comic flag. We're currently available on Graphic.Ly for 99 cents, and we've got a few other platforms in the works. Why would you pay 99 cents for a webcomic that you can get for free? Good question. I try to answer it here.

    I think we're one of the few "full team" webcomics around-- with (in my opinion) a really solid creative team. Our artist is a fellow from Hawaii named DJ Keawekane, who has done some indie work for a comic called Pono Loa. We're colored by Lisa Moore, who colors Boom's Darkwing Duck book, and lettered by Brant Fowler from Comic Related. Rounding out our cast is DJ Kirkbride, who was one of the editors for Image's Popgun anthology. (and won a friggin' Eisner!)

    Oh, and I'm the guy that runs the Comic Book Script Archive...which Warren was kind enough to link once, and nearly broke my server.

    Thanks very much for reading-- Hope you check out Spy6teen and let us know what you think!
    • CommentAuthorBradyDale
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    I'm a big fan of THE BAD CHEMICALS.

    Anyone else notice that there are a lot of poop jokes and dick jokes on this thread. I mean, a lot. A lot a lot.
    • CommentAuthorpongogirl
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    A sample prologue page to a a parallel world where apes and bears compete for the power left behind from a usurped population of Terror Formers...
    A sample prologue page to a a parallel world where apes and bears compete for the power left behind from a usurped population of Terror Formers...

    “It was long after the dust of the Universe had bonded to light the night sky. It was long before we tilted our heads towards those points of light to wonder at our place in its Grand Design. But sometimes the Grand Designer likes to shake things up a little.

    Intervention is never intentional. It might be a sigh, a double-take that causes the dust in the air to swirl and give rise to a new mathematical equation. Sometimes, breaking wind has cleared a path to the greatest of moments. It is not clear which of these caused the trajectory of the Intelligence aimed at our world to go astray in time and space. But astray it did go.

    Whether fortuitously, regrettably or shoulder-shruggingly, shall be left to you to decide…”

    Thanks for looking chaps...

    Apes 'n' Capes
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    My webcomic Henchmen for Hire, is a light, sometimes humorous look at the guys who hang around the edges of hero/villain confilcts in a superhero comic book world. I'm doing it in a style that reminds me of the comics of the 60's and 70's, back when it still felt like it was OK for comics to be a little silly and fun.

    Henchmen for Hire by Jeff Langcaon

    Thanks to Warren for the opportunity.
    • CommentAuthormkesctt
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011 edited
    here are some webcomics for your pleasure/distain

    Three Nipples and a Kicking

    The adventures of nerding losers, who complain that they never get sex, take drugs or do anything fun, largely because they just spend their time moaning. features parties, politics and shitty clubnights.


    Somewhere City

    A detective who solves crimes in a city where no one can remember who they are. she can't remember who she is either, but that won't stop her....

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    Enjoy! or not, depending...
    • CommentAuthorssgrapes
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    I write and draw Sweet and Sour Grapes, a fantasy adventure story about a jungle guardian and the ghost of an engineer. Chapter 3 just finished so there's plenty of archive to check out. Full page updates on Fridays. :)

    Lae from Sweet and Sour Grapes holds up a spatula from the reckage.
    • CommentAuthorSeno
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    Here's the latest installment of OFF CAMPUS, a thrice-weekly webcomic patterned after a typical American romantic sitcom serial. Except with more swearing:

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    My webcomic, Tales of a Checkered Man, is a love letter to masked mystery men, caped-crusaders, classic adventure pulps and traditional newspaper strips featuring a rather unorthodox character armed with the best of intentions and a bad case of acrophobia as he learns to become the hero he imagines himself to be. TOACM made its debut online on April 6th 2010 and updates twice per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at

    The newest storyline is called "Shadow of the Checkered Man" -- below is the title card for the latest chapter as well as the first strip in this newest adventure!

    • CommentAuthorLutherP
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2011
    I'm the writer for My Life at War. It is drawn by Matthew Materniak.

    My Life at War is a mecha webcomic that takes place in an alternate world. It follows Betsy-Ray Simon, a citizen of the Free Market, and her life in the 1st Investment Recovery Battalion. Watch she and her fellow soldiers-of-fortune as they enter a conflict far larger than anything they were ever prepared for.

    Fight for Prosperity. Fight for Property. Fight for Profit.

    We put up one full color page every Friday and have yet to miss an update. We're currently still in the prologue stage, so our lead characters have yet to be introduced.

    My Life at War, page 6
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    In Japan updates every Sunday (Japanese time)