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    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011 edited
    Roof Top Seven

    Just getting started. Created/written and letters by me. Created/art and colors by Jouste.

    We haven't officially launched yet but here's a preview pin up and the b&w for the first page (not in optimal resolution, but you get the idea)pin up

    rt7 pg1

    Check it out and let us know what you think. We should be launching within the month.

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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. Updates Mondays. Thanks for your time! :)

    • CommentAuthorLutherP
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    My Life at War
    It's a mecha comic by myself and Matt Materniak. We put up a full color page every Friday (no missed updates! Woo!). Follows the life and times of the 1st Investment Recovery Battalion, specifically of the pilot Betsy-Ray. They're a "large property security firm" who specialize in potential conflict zones. Aka: They're card-carrying mercenaries. It's an overarching war story with elements of humor. So yeah, check us out if you like giant robots and capitalism.

    Mini note: In order for this page (the latest one) to make sense, the mechs are called LIMBS (because they all only have 1 arm). But yes, enjoy.

    Page 15

    We also have a facebook fanpage that you can find here. Become an informed investor, today!

    - Luther out
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    Hello! Gotta get my 2 cents in. So -- WANDERING STAR, Book 5, is now up on my website. That's just about 100 pages of reading material ready to go. And more to come each month.

    My sample pages.

    Wandering Star, Book Five.  Page Three

    Wandering Star, Book Five.  Page Four

    Stop in and read a while. Thankies!
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    Dinosaurs With Jetpacks Writen by Michael Hanifan (Me) and Preston Haynes, art by Preston Haynes

    Completely random, often offensive, and always hilarious (according to me at least, and why would I lie to you?)

    Dinosaurs with Jetpacks

    also on facebook
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    The Cattle Raid of Cooley, my serialised Iron Age Irish epic, continues apace. IT's probably in the region of halfway done. I've tried to avoid all the Frazetta barbarian/new age Celtic clichés and tell a story that, although it's set in the prehistoric past, it's the present for the characters, if that makes sense. The art style is derived partly from Eddie Campbell, partly from Donna Barr, partly from 50s-80s children's book illustrator Charles Keeping, and partly from the way my hand works no matter what I try and do. Here's a couple of recent pages retelling a very well-known incident from the life of the hero...

    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 118

    The Cattle Raid of Cooley page 119
    • CommentAuthorCurtPires
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011 edited
    Infinity - A weekly updating serialized web comic about the founder of a computing company who finds out he has cancer . He decides that with the time he has left he wants to do something to change the world. It's a comic about living in the digital age. Written and Designed by: Curt Pires .
    Infininity Page

    Updated Weekly Here: Infinity
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    My newest webcomic is a satirical horror story with artist EC Steiner called THINK OF THE CHILDREN.

    It's a 24-page story 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 also designed for print publication, with plans for a hand-made, hardbound, sculpted artifact book in mind. We just launched a Kickstarter campaign last week to help fund the print project. Funding from Kickstarter will pay for the print production of THINK OF THE CHILDREN, including:

    * Hardbound davey board covers set on cloth bound hinges.
    * A sculpted resin seal embedded in the front cover.
    * Interior printing on Dur-O Tone, 70# Newsprint.
    * Laser etched line art on the back cover.
    * A color overlay in the middle of the book.
    * An inside front cover book plate.
    * An inside back cover library card and envelope, listing donors and those who assisted in production.

    We're offering some fun rewards: copies of the book, ACEO cards, sculpted netsukes and more! Please consider donating or helping us spread the word.

    Think of the Children, Page 10

    I also write a webcomic called BORDER CROSSINGS. There are currently over 70 pages (3+ issues) of story online. I'm currently working with a new artist to finish the remaining 44 pages.

    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.

    BORDER CROSSINGS, Issue 3, Page 13
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    I'm working on a graphic novelization of my struggles with cancer, OCD and one very unhealthy relationship. It's set in a Dieselpunk San Francisco and is called A Case of Do or Die.

    If you want to see the dedication and rehistory of San Francisco, start here. If you want to ump straight into the story, start here.

    Sample Art:

    Chapter 2, Page 1

    Nazi Pirate Flag
    • CommentAuthorAlohilani
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    KiLA iLO. Sci-fi/adventure/comedy cartoon. Updates Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. There are guns.

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    Carnivore Carnival is a collection of short comics of various types and drawn in as many art styles as I can manage.
    Stories range from one page funnies through postapocalyptic religious fantasies, through somewhat symbolic musings on gender, improvised silent stories up to horror tales.

    Currently, there are 85 pages (17 stories, the 18th one has just started this last Friday).
    Most of the material is in color although recently I did a couple of b/w tales.

    canned 1
    page 1

    To read it from beginning use this link but since drunkduck is changing and old links might become somewhat invalid soon, I'd suggest bookmarking this redirect from my site instead,
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    Hi, I do Space Shark. for free <3
    this is the web url for Space Shark - SPACESHARKCOMIC.BLOGSPOT.COM

    After I draw and photoshop it I upload it to the world wide web via the internet service I pay for. Here is what it looks like, only slightly compressed so that it doesn't hog up this particular thread page. Plz click to embiggen

    SPACE SHARK #005

    SPACE SHARK #016
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2011
    I do DAS Capitalist Pig . For Money, also I am wearing a full body Furry Bunny suit while sitting in front of my computer (don't ask).


    Das Capitalist Pig
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    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2011
    I've just started my first webcomic over at It's a slice-of-life story about six friends, their ambitions, lives and loves.

    It's called Lost Art/Dream

    The first five pages are up and start here. It'll update every Tuesday and Friday.

    Also, I will be posting news and extras on my Tumblr.


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    Today is actually the inaugural edition the webcomic featuring my fictional mascot/pitch man: Pander Bear
    Nix Comics Pander BEar
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2011
    My blog of random comix I do. There is no theme, just whatever hits my head meats.

    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2011
    Latest story in THE SECRET KNOTS covers the romantic relationship of a movie director and an actress, and confusion between life and art.

    The Secret Knots
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2011 edited

    There will come a day when I can add some decent English translations to Steel Raining, but this will have to do for now.

    Also, here's some eyecandy from our latest (yet untranslated) storyline, which comes in the form of a small ARG: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

    Enjoy and thanks for the thread.
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2011 edited
    This is my new webcomic, Useful Information. It's a Far Side style single panel, which I haven't seen that often in the field (except for a great one by Brad Neely). It has occasional forays into multipanel story telling, but it's all disjointed one shot jokes, so you can just jump right in anywhere.

    Useful Information


    animal rights