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    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011 edited
    Running late, very busy, totally forgot about this but here it finally is:

    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
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    A Wicked Little Town, words by me, art by Keith Perkins launches at Weaponizer on Friday. It's a murder mystery, set in the old west and stars Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday.

    Here's a peek at the splash page...

  2.  (9818.3)
    Met some great folks last time I posted here, so I thought I'd do it again.
    I publish two superhero comics at The sample below is from last friday's posting of Hardcase, a noirish take on hero's.

    Also looking for a new artist for my other comics Laws of Motion, if your interested, and can survive what miserable amounts I can pay, goto the site and contact me.

    • CommentAuthorMoochava
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    Water Phoenix King is a mythic fantasy webcomic about society ten years after the war most fantasy novels are about. I'm told it's like Artesia, but I can't draw buttocks that shiny.

    Here's one page from the comic

    And another
    • CommentAuthorCBSparrow
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011 edited
    Hi all! I do a webcomic called Interesting Papers To Be Written, about some college kids and some monsters. Go check it out! I'll wait here till you get back, then. Go on.
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    • CommentAuthorGregCarter
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011 edited
    My comics, let me show you them...

    LOVE IS IN THE BLOOD - writer: Greg Carter, Artist: Elliot Dombo

    Laila McCarthy appears to be an ordinary professor of ancient cultures.
    In a world that is changing too quickly, she has lost touch with her warrior past as Sumerian demon Lamashtu, the first vampire. Will facing old enemies return her to her old ways?

    The past will bite you.
    Love is in the Blood

    PERFECT AGENT - writer: Greg Carter, Artist: Stephanie O'Donnell

    Tara is the perfect agent. Her father taught her to be anyone she needs to be. The government taught her how to kill. Now that she works freelance, and the jobs are much more interesting.

    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    Hurrah for the return of webcomics week!

    As always I am Scott Springer and I continue to do my webcomic ANGRY FAERIE, which I've described as "If Tinkerbell and Dragonball had a baby, you'd get something like this." It's the ongoing story of the world's angriest faerie and the other mythical and legendary creatures who have to put up with her. The comic has been going for well over a year and it updates every Monday/Wednesday/Friday (and I've never missed an update). Hope you'll stop by and take a look, leave a comment, redesign the website.... (ok, the last one isn't necessary).

    The current story has AF and her "friends" trying to overthrow Merlin in what will surely be an Epic Battle for the Ages.

    Angry Faerie vs Merlin
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011

    My primary project right now is the sports-crime thriller KEEPER, about an American goalkeeper who comes to England to play... and exercise his OTHER talent too:

    KEEPER Issue 1 Page 2

    Written by me, art/colors by Jeff Simpson, and designs/letters by GUINNESS WORLD RECORD HOLDING LETTERER Jim Campbell! But hey, why take MY word for it?

    Phil Hester (Firebreather, The Anchor, Wonder Woman) says: “Readers of Keeper can count themselves lucky to be in on the beginning of a startlingly innovative writer’s career.”

    Rob Williams (Low Life, Cla$$war, Ghost Rider) says: “Keeper draws you into nostalgia for those Roy Of The Rovers, Tiger and Look-In strips of your childhood and then, with a shocking twist reveals itself to be something bloodier and far more thrilling.”

    Jacen Burrows (Crossed, Neonomicon) offers: “One of the more intriguing premises I’ve seen, I can’t wait to see where this sport horror hybrid goes. A solid beginning to what promises to be a mind bending thriller.”

    Chris Arrant said at Robot 6: "[...]the soccer crime serial Keeper is a very strong piece of work with an very unique concept ripe for success."

    So hey, come on and check it out!

    In addition to that, I also write/edit for the sci-fi anthology webcomic Hadron Colliderscope. Much like the good ol' Future Shocks, HC updates weekly with a 1-5 page tale for YOU! Here's a page from the last strip I wrote, "Third Time," drawn by Lisandro Di Pasquale:

    Even tho I personally had nothing to do with it, Hadron Colliderscope DID put out an adaptation of a Warren Ellis story, "Futube," which you can read by clicking here...

    I also wrote a 10-page fantasy comic about barbarians, reincarnation, and Morrissey that was drawn by LUCID TV's John Keogh a few years back called "There Is A Light". That also got printed up, and this year we made a 2nd Edition of it. I still have a bunch of those, and KEEPER Issue 0's as well, if you're interested....

    Lastly, you can also check my regular blog,, for some other odds and sods.

    Thanks once again, Warren!

    --- Geoffrey D. Wessel
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    My comic is called Beardfluff, it’s a weekly thing full of absurd humour and the surreal you find in everyday things.
    Of course there’s a good dose of beards & moustaches in there as well. Some of it involving Batman.

    Moustache styles

    Mummy halloween
  3.  (9818.10)
    My comic, Binary Souls / Other Dimensions, is some what of a combination of Reboot and Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo. Right now the story is taking place in an Alice in Wonderland type setting. Here's the most recent comic:

    BS/OD #496
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    Last Res0rt is a cyberpunk comic about a cadre of condemned criminals on a deadly, futuristic reality show... and one of the volunteers thrown in with them finds out she's a vampire, and has to keep this secret at all costs!

    While the comic is currently in the middle of a short, scheduled hiatus, this is a great time to start at the beginning and get all caught up. There's also a roleplaying game in development, so if you want in on that, sign up here!

    A Challenger Appears! Raising the Stakes... well, then. Carry on.
  4.  (9818.12)
    John Bivens and I have started up a weekly "sequential corpse" style webcomic called "FOREST FOR THE TREES"

    Only a few pages are up now, but he and I take turns each week, riffing off of what the other has done. Neither knowing where the story will go next.


    And the first 2 pages so you can get a grasp on our individual styles:

    FFTT pg 1 mellon
    FFTT pg 2 Bivens
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    running late also but here we go:

    d20something is a modern-day soap opera comic set with a delicious d&d flavour. it's not that geeky, honest.

    and can be found here
  5.  (9818.14)
    Hello all.

    My name is Tony and I do two sites. Super Frat, which is kind of like Animal House meets the Justice League.
    Super Frat

    And The Webcomic Factory, in which me and my co-founder Christian Beranek post a different comic each day. Thursday is Post Apocalyptic Nick, about a hipster at the end of the world.

    Start from the beginning, here. Also, check out Tony Destructo, The Horror of Colony 6, The Gentlemen's Club, Olde Tyme Gamer, Miserable Comedians, Comic Book Mafia, In a Relationship, Dealers, Sports Guys, Digital Hobo, Japanese Schoolgirls in Love and new comics premiering in May!
  6.  (9818.15)
    To bounce off of Tony, here is an image from Dealers with art by Nick Raimo. It's based on my days as a toy dealer in Chicago during the late 90s and Tony's time working at a comic book store. Thanks Warren for starting this thread. --CB

    To read from the beginning click here.
  7.  (9818.16)
    I write The Specialists, which is about what might happen if the Nazis had developed their Übermenschen, using the occult and eugenics. How would it affect the outcome of the war, and how would The Allies respond?

    We post a new page every Monday. Check us out! And feel free to "like" us on Facebook or follow me on Twitter.

    The Specialists

    The Specialists

  8.  (9818.17)
    Mena & Chloe is the tale of two sisters trying to keep the other from taking over the world! Well, the world as they see it anyway. Mena is a bit of a morbid child with a cat named Viscera and Chloe is superhero wanna-be that really doesn't like people.
    Check out Mena & Chloe.
    • CommentAuthorshazoom
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011

    I'm Peter Hon, the creator of MALDEN, which is a comedy/adventure comic about the denizens of MALDEN and their mis/adventures. The first arc involves our cartoon bear/penguin/gremlin trio facing off against a EVIL BURRITO SELLING PLATYPUS over dishonored chips.

    Some samples:
    uwa! nya!
    oh crap...
  9.  (9818.19)
    WARBIRDS OF MARS is a Thrilling Neo-Pulp / Retro-scifi webcomic I started last year in the style of 'Flash Gordon' strips, 'War of the Worlds,' Noir films, 'The Shadow' and more. Kane Gilmour is the wordsmith, I draw the pretty pictures.
    It begins in 1948, four years since the ‘martians’ (as the invaders are called) attacked the earth and superceded WWII, occupying much of the major cities of the world. The resistance forces struggle to re-unite the ragged/ dispersed militaries of the planet in the hopes of fighting back with new technology. Hunter Noir leads the Martian Killers ('Bomber' Jack Paris, Josie Taylor, and Mr. Mask).

    WARBIRDS cover image

    WARBIRDS of MARS pg 17

    I'm in the process of also doing a collected print version in time for Phoenix Comicon in May, and a brand new webpage to go with it (complete with old-time Radio show of 'WoM', additional art, swag, etc), so please keep watching the domain name,

    Thanks, and Keep Watching the Skies!!!
    -Scott P. 'Doc' Vaughn
      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011 edited
    blah blah HEY APATHY! webcomics...