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Title: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jeph on 13 Nov 2006, 04:52
This is the thread for plugging YOUR comic.

Please don't post images or anything, just links please.

Hint: If you say that your comic sucks, I'm not gonna look at it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Johnny C on 13 Nov 2006, 10:02
yr?

how positively punk of you, jephrey.


i'd plug my comic if my website hadn't had internet-sulphur rained down upon it when my hosts didn't renew the domain and it got squatted.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: logosmonkey on 13 Nov 2006, 12:08
Hmmph, well how odd that this gets posted upon the day of my triumphant return.. from .. I don't know..laziness? Anyway, sure I'll bite. I draw The Devil and Ted (http://thedevilandted.com). So .. go read, it doesn't suck not one bit.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TrueNeutral on 13 Nov 2006, 18:12
So overdone modesty doesn't work here? Okay, got it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 13 Nov 2006, 19:38
Well...since you made a thread for it...

Stuporheroes! (http://www.mimmedia.com/stuporheroes/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: KOODustin on 14 Nov 2006, 00:17
http://www.knightsofomnus.com/

Now updating on wednesdays.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 14 Nov 2006, 05:24
Well...since you made a thread for it...

Stuporheroes! (http://www.mimmedia.com/stuporheroes/)
Witty title, I must say.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: KOODustin on 14 Nov 2006, 06:08
Dude, Lanyard.  Love the comic, will definately keep reading!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Justin on 14 Nov 2006, 11:23
mine: Masters of the Art (http://www.mastersoftheart.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 14 Nov 2006, 19:29
Thank you guys much.  I'd try to say something witty here but my wit seems to be the first casualty to this friggin' cold that has me under siege.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 17 Nov 2006, 01:41
mine: Masters of the Art (http://www.mastersoftheart.com)
I had no idea you'd been doing that comic for over a year now.  :O  I promise I'll get around to actually reading it here eventually.  I'm kind of one of those people who can't just sit down and read something starting in the middle of it, so getting into a new webcomic is kind of a big ordeal for me.

(That means that yes, I have read the entire archives of Penny-Arcade, Perry Bible Fellowship, Dr. McNinja, QC here, Order of the Stick, and White Ninja.  I would attempt that for Jerkcity but there's kind of not a point seeing as it's entirely random anyway and half the fun is clicking the random button and not having any idea what you're going to get.)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 17 Nov 2006, 06:04
Lucid TV (http://www.lucid-tv.com)

comics by and for people who have no respect for doctors.

a fledgling little birdlet of a comic, we're about 20 strips in, but each one is a labor of love (hand drawn with a brush, laboriously scanned and cleaned up, etc.)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Justin on 17 Nov 2006, 06:49
mine: Masters of the Art (http://www.mastersoftheart.com)
I had no idea you'd been doing that comic for over a year now.  :O  I promise I'll get around to actually reading it here eventually.

i appreciate that narr, we've actually been doing it for just over two and a half years now and still enjoy a relatively obscure status  :-D

and tom, your comic looks well drawn and it's funny, i just wish there were a back and first button on the home page
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 17 Nov 2006, 06:52
thank you, and whoops---let me take care of that.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 17 Nov 2006, 11:52
Oh wow, that Lucid TV comic is hilarious.  I almost fell out of my chair laughing at the one with the Vietnam vet.

Keep it up.  =D
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 17 Nov 2006, 12:58
thanks, glad you like it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 17 Nov 2006, 17:51
One-liners (http://www.one-liners.net/)

If you are looking for another comic to add to your trawl list, and you enjoy things like American Pie and Maxim magazine, then check out One-liners (http://www.one-liners.net/), which was created by, and is written by myself, and illustrated by -U! (http://www.garabatorama.com)

One-liners (http://www.one-liners.net/) is a selectively episodic, mostly autobiographical comic about myself, the superlative asshole. Which is a fancy way of saying the strip is comprised of stories from my life, and those I have heard from my friends. It is rife with sexual and dark humour, and again, will make a worthy addition to the trawl lists of those who appreciate the aforementioned types of humour.

But don't take my word for it, let the strips (http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=8) speak (http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=1) for (http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=4) themselves (http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=12).

Still not convinced? Then read this review (http://www.fleen.com/archives/2006/10/02/two-liners-are-twice-as-much-work/) and consider the fact that it made it to the finals (http://www.fleen.com/archives/2006/11/14/706/) of the Webcomic Idol (http://www.bombsheltercomics.com/vote.php) competition.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 17 Nov 2006, 18:34
thanks, glad you like it.

"Tumors are getting smarter."  Oh that one was a goody.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 17 Nov 2006, 18:36
I loved that one.  Keep up the good work, Tom.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 18 Nov 2006, 00:21
Ah and One Liners is pretty sweet as well.  I've only read a few so far from Webcomic Idol competition, but I'll try to read a bunch more over the weekend!  Friggin' day job and it's demands on my time!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 18 Nov 2006, 04:09
lmao http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=15

You guys better stick around the forums, because if you're half as interesting as your comics, we'd love to have you.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 18 Nov 2006, 20:45
Thank you, everyone.  I checked out a few Stuporheroes strips, and the art has come a long way.

By the way, maybe you should read One-liners at work...  I've heard it provides great stress relief.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: godinpants on 20 Nov 2006, 13:48
i guess i should plug my comic here too then eh.

http://www.godinpants.tk

maybe one day ill buy some real webspace.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 20 Nov 2006, 22:28
One Liners is pretty sweet.  I dig whoever that is in the Black.  I just wish there was more.  The art is pretty damn snazzy as well.  Thanks for the compliments on mine.  It's getting there...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jeph on 21 Nov 2006, 06:05
Oh jesus, I am reading Lucid TV and cannot stop laughing.

I think I have to link this comic now.

Incidentally, you need to fix your navigation. The "previous" button doesn't seem to work on some comics.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 21 Nov 2006, 08:54
One Liners is pretty sweet.? I dig whoever that is in the Black.

That is myself, actually.  One-liners is autobiographical, but I value my anonymity, so I asked the artist to draw me that way.  So thank you for the compliment.

If you want to see more of -U!'s artwork, visit his website - http://www.garabatorama.com the sketchblog is especially cool.

He also illustrates Big Iron, which is a decent Western comic on Pixel Strips (http://www.pixelstrips.com).
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 22 Nov 2006, 00:05
Oh jesus, I am reading Lucid TV and cannot stop laughing.

I think I have to link this comic now.

Incidentally, you need to fix your navigation. The "previous" button doesn't seem to work on some comics.
oh man, you do read this page, lucky me! can't thank you enough.

I also went through and checked all the previous buttons, which seem to work (at least for me.) If you're referring to the way that it ends on #8 and not on #1, it's on purpose, although i will eventually have to figure out a better way to organize or integrate the first seven strips (the quality of the art in strips 1-7 is awful, so i separated them from the rest of the archive.)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: falconire on 26 Nov 2006, 12:12
OK then. If you like your humor a little vulgarish (warning).


http://www.c-townstrips.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: falconire on 26 Nov 2006, 13:57
Gotta say something for Stuperheroes... NICE. I'm very impressed and can't wait to see where it goes from there. Everyone should check out his site.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Moo Cakes on 28 Nov 2006, 04:43
Haha, I love Lucid TV. I think my favorite strip so far is the the "...hello to your ovaries" one. =D
Everyone is so talented! I'm also liking One-Liners and Stuperheroes.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bluebright on 28 Nov 2006, 12:34
mine: Masters of the Art (http://www.mastersoftheart.com)

Dude, you do that comic? You are so friggin kick ass!

on another note, my comic: www.myzanyadventure.com (http://www.myzanyadventure.com)

EDIT:

Lucid TV (http://www.lucid-tv.com)

I also have your picture on my bedroom wall.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 28 Nov 2006, 19:25
mine: Masters of the Art (http://www.mastersoftheart.com)

Dude, you do that comic? You are so friggin kick ass!

I second the motion.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 29 Nov 2006, 05:30
Thank you for the compliment, Moo Cakes.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Justin on 29 Nov 2006, 08:41
aw, thanks bluebright and thelanyard  :-)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 29 Nov 2006, 16:46
moo cakes/bluebright - thank you thank you

justin - thank you for submitting lucid tv to the webcomics list. I WILL KILL YOU LAST.


also, what is the proper etiquette to relieve the inner tension that builds when jeph jacques says he's going to link your comic, and doesn't? (presumably because of a million t-shirt orders to fill or other general comic-stress---or possibly that he did and i just can't find the link, or possibly because his intention is to fuck with me.)


also pretend that that paragraph was phrased in a way that doesn't sound like an obnoxious whining/begging/complaining child who insists that his parents buy him all 3 new video game systems for christmas.






also also the break is over and i am drawing strips again.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Kadlin on 29 Nov 2006, 16:49
One-liners (http://www.one-liners.net/)

If you are looking for another comic to add to your trawl list, and you enjoy things like American Pie and Maxim magazine, then check out One-liners (http://www.one-liners.net/), which was created by, and is written by myself, and illustrated by -U! (http://www.garabatorama.com)

One-liners (http://www.one-liners.net/) is a selectively episodic, mostly autobiographical comic about myself, the superlative asshole. Which is a fancy way of saying the strip is comprised of stories from my life, and those I have heard from my friends. It is rife with sexual and dark humour, and again, will make a worthy addition to the trawl lists of those who appreciate the aforementioned types of humour.

But don't take my word for it, let the strips (http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=8) speak (http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=1) for (http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=4) themselves (http://www.one-liners.net/index.php?p=12).

Still not convinced? Then read this review (http://www.fleen.com/archives/2006/10/02/two-liners-are-twice-as-much-work/) and consider the fact that it made it to the finals (http://www.fleen.com/archives/2006/11/14/706/) of the Webcomic Idol (http://www.bombsheltercomics.com/vote.php) competition.



Sir. I want to marry you, I love your comic.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 29 Nov 2006, 19:29
Tom:  I haven't seen a link to Lucid TV yet, I'm sure Jeph is just really busy and forgot to link to it.  I don't know him at all, but I doubt he's the kind of person that would say he'll link to a comic just to fuck with someone.  And even if he was, I don't think he would do it to you, because Lucid TV is fucking awesome.  I'm sure he'll link it eventually.  And I'm also sure that nagging him to do so won't help you.

Kadlin:  Thanks.  I don't like the idea of marriage, but I'm always up for a non-commital Sven-esque romp with a beautiful lady.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 29 Nov 2006, 21:02
yeah, that's what i figure.

urgghhhh, no amount of politeness or humility or joking can properly soften the blow of asking the actual question.

i don't mean to nag.. i feel like quite the tool, and really hope that i'm still in "honest question" territory.


if not, well, i certainly blew that one.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 29 Nov 2006, 21:28
I wouldn't worry.  Even if you don't get linked, as long as you keep up the good work, Lucid TV will get big some day.

If One-liners ever gets big, I'll be sure to link you again.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 29 Nov 2006, 23:25
I'm surprised being in the Webcomic Idol top ten didn't hurl you on your way to "getting big"
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Justin on 30 Nov 2006, 01:39
justin - thank you for submitting lucid tv to the webcomics list. I WILL KILL YOU LAST.


no problem, i just wanted an easy way to know when you've updated  :-D
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 30 Nov 2006, 02:31
Man that site isn't able to tell when I update because of all the php I guess my page uses...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 30 Nov 2006, 05:21
I'm surprised being in the Webcomic Idol top ten didn't hurl you on your way to "getting big"

Well, we were the first ones to get voted off...

And not to insult anyone, but the competition was vastly underpromoted.

As for letting readers know when you update, read up on the miracle that is RSS.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bluebright on 30 Nov 2006, 07:21
Well I'm linking Lucid TV on the front of my site, I love it too much.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 30 Nov 2006, 07:42
doublethanks, you two give me no choice but to reciprocate

although first I am going to eat something.

mmmm something.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 30 Nov 2006, 19:18
While I'm grateful for the link, you shouldn't feel obligated to do so.  By the way, I loved strip 22.  There's always one...  hilarious.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: fashionablenerdgrl on 05 Dec 2006, 04:33
ive been drawing a "comic" for years now...(i think like, 6?)....but my ability to draw something worthy of other peoples attention is...well...not. plus i have no friggin idea how to design a webpage....err...lets just say where the f do i start?

oh, and i read one-liners, the lucid tv and stuperheros...and i think they are impressive! i just get all disappointed and sulky when i find out that the archives aren't as big as qc or the like.

my boyfriend hates when i start reading a new strip because i always have to read ALL of it...maybe several times if im bored enough. plus, i never pay any attention to him until i finish. :D i am seriously a nerd...and devoid of social skills.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: neek on 05 Dec 2006, 08:59
I so far have only read One-liners, which is awesome. I'll get around to the rest once I'm done with classes, for the meanwhile though I do have some I would like to whore out:

There's my quirky project, Souvenirs from a Penguin Gift shop (http://giftshop.penguindeskjob.com). I can't guarantee it's funny, I can't guarantee it makes sense; I can guarantee it doesn't suck.

Other than that, I do want to pander out the ultimate of projects, the WikiWebcomic - the Webcomic! (http://wikiwebcomic.penguindeskjob.com/index.php/WikiWebcomic) applies the basic principle of wiki to webcomics. More or less, scripts can be written, edited out, comics can then be drawn out. It's an open-ended collaborative project.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 05 Dec 2006, 19:34
plus i have no friggin idea how to design a webpage....err...lets just say where the f do i start?

If you need any help with this, let me know...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 05 Dec 2006, 20:06
Thanks for the compliments, guys.

As for webdesign, basic HTML is very easy to learn and it will serve.  Search for sites like Webmonkey.  Or check this out:

http://forums.comicgenesis.com/viewtopic.php?t=78021

You'll also need a good webcomic management script.  I recommend SomeryC, a tutorial for which can be found in the Special Features section on my site.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: fashionablenerdgrl on 05 Dec 2006, 23:27
woohoo! thank you :D
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: kiltedassassin on 06 Dec 2006, 01:11
Ooh... I too willl plug my comic!

The idea is to always have two stories running, one that is updated Mondays & the other one on Fridays. At present, they are The Armchair Meta-Detective Agency and Dr. DeGraffenreid's Science Squad.  They are both located here: www.kiltedassassin.com/webcomics/comicsmain.htm
And they don't suck. Or maybe they do, but how will you know unless you read them two or three times to check?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jayde_T. on 07 Dec 2006, 20:58
Okay, getting this in the right spot. . .

Preston Says (http://preston.questingraven.com)

It's fairly new and (IMO) lots of fun.

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: neek on 07 Dec 2006, 21:01
Problem: No comic is displaying. I tried it in both Firefox and IE, seeing if it might be a browser problem (if your site isn't supported by Mozilla, then there are greater problems), but it seems NOTHING is coming up. Huh. :(
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 07 Dec 2006, 22:47
It's there, but if you're window is too small, it pushes the comic down.  Might want to try scrolling down. 
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 10 Dec 2006, 01:15
Oh man, the comics I've found through this thread just keep getting better.

Lucid TV: Dr. Mario (http://www.lucid-tv.com/026.jpg)

My sides hurt from laughing.  Absolutely BRILLIANT.

edit:  Also, looking into a few more of the ones posted since last time I checked the thread.  The artwork in "Preston Says" is impressive.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: neek on 10 Dec 2006, 12:25
Lucid-TV is the awesome.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 11 Dec 2006, 09:46
thanks hey thanks whoa!!!!


seriously, it's cool that my comic hurt you.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: kiltedassassin on 12 Dec 2006, 00:45
Hrm....I've had a few people tell me that my site doesn't work. It's a DNS issue which means... I dunno something. If you have tried to visit www.kiltedassassin.com and it hasn't worked, and for some reason you have lots of time on your hands (or are desperate to see the Science Squad) you can follow the following easy steps:
( I don't really expect anyone to do this but still, it's worth a shot).


For Macs, Linux/UNIX, Windows XP:  from the command prompt or terminal
window, (see ** Note ** below) try:

nslookup kiltedassassin.com

If you don't get an answer back, try:
nslookup kiltedassassin.com 205.171.2.65

That should return an answer from QWest (resolver.qwest.net), who
currently recognizes kiltedassassin.com.  If you can't get an answer from
that IP address, then your ISP has more DNS configuration to do, since
QWEST is a huge DNS provider.

Then try to ping the IP address for kiltedassassin.com:

ping 67.41.131.73

Copy the results from nslookup into an email to your ISP's help desk, and
tell them that this is a working domain, and please give you access.  If
you get something back from ping, add to the email that you can see the
server on the network.

** Note **:  nslookup can be found in different places, so you many need
to try /usr/sbin/nslookup on Solaris, Mac or Linux systems.  On Red Hat
Linux, the command is /usr/bin/nslookup.  From Windows XP, the command is
available on the XP Professional Command Prompt, and likely available on
other versions of Windows or Windows XP.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Cold on 20 Dec 2006, 22:40
There was a PW advert for this on QC for five minutes

It is my finest hour


www.drunkduck.com/Floyd_and_Mike

eta: since when are urls case-sensitive goddammit


damn you berners-lee damn you to hell
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 21 Dec 2006, 21:28
www.drunkduck.com/Floyd_and_Mike

Funny stuff, but the cut and paste thing has already been done by Dinosaur comics.  I think you're just going to hear that about a gazillion times.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Cold on 22 Dec 2006, 21:39
Well, yeah, what do you think I'd been reading? Besides, f Jeph can rip off Ryan North, I can too.  :mrgreen:
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Runs_With_Scissors on 25 Dec 2006, 00:04
I very much liked reading Stupor Heroes, Lucid TV, and the Devil and Ted. Nice work all of you! Without you, I would be stuck reading random peoples blogs again.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: themacnut on 25 Dec 2006, 10:37
Quite capital of you to put up this thread Jeph. Lemme put on my Shameless Plugging Hat (TM) here....

...as most of you who read my posts on the Weekly Comic threads may know, I write and do the art for a weekly sci-fi superhero webcomic called The Vanguard (http://www.webcomicsnation.com/macnut). It's basically about a group of classic heroic characters based on a starship defending and exploring galactic civilization in the 24th century. Think Justice League meets Star Trek.

I've been putting up pages since April of this year and it's presently in the middle of the second chapter. You might want to start reading from the beginning of the 1st chapter (http://www.webcomicsnation.com/macnut/vanguard/series.php?view=archive&chapter=10821) as it ties into the 2nd. As to whether it sucks, well, that's really up to the reader to decide, but I like most of the work I've done on it so far. Sure there's room for improvement, but I figure only continuing practice will do that-in other words, I should keep doing the comic for as long as I can come up with decent stories. Unless you downright hate both the superhero and sci-fi genres, I think you'll like what I'm doing.

*takes off Shameless Plugging Hat(TM)* Anyone else wanna borrow this? Just pass it back to me when the thread is closed.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Doomsayer on 25 Dec 2006, 13:42
Eh, why not? Here it is: Real Life Stories I Made Up

rlsimu.smackjeeves.com (http://rlsimu.smackjeeves.com)

The art isn't particularly good (a nice way of saying it completely and utterly sucks), but the writing comes from real life stories. How bad can it be?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheLanyard on 28 Dec 2006, 21:49
I really like your art style.  And Diaphragm Man rules!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SloppyJaloppy on 30 Dec 2006, 13:01
Just getting my comic ideas out there!

http://sloppyjaloppy.deviantart.com/
I think the working title is 'Something about Computers...'
but that is pending atm.

Basically it's a humor strip that deals with a computer
named Jack, his Ipod buddy named Rudy, and a
host of other appliances.

just FYI, I'm not trying to steal similiar ideas of Pintsize
and his machine friends. i've actually been hesitant
to show this forum my new project because of such
paranoia. i tried to deviate them in
several aspects afterwards (so I don't piss off Jacques,
whom I admire.) so that when you're reading my comic
you get something new out of it.

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Zombolette
Post by: godinpants on 31 Dec 2006, 06:14
Oh man, can someone plkease move this to the webcomic pluggin' thread? Sorry, Official N00b.... I'm socially inept T_T

Anyways I'm Scarlette and I'm new and I didn't know how else to introduce myself!

Just thought I'd pimp my comic while I'm here... http://www.zombolette.com (http://www.zombolette.com)
Or if you feel like commenting, the comics are all on http://zombolette.livejournal.com (http://zombolette.livejournal.com)

I'd love to hear your comments :D there aren't many strips, but hopefully they'll take off soon when I quit being lazy (you know how it is... :/)

i just read through all your stuff. i love it. make more.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JSS on 01 Jan 2007, 18:14
tis nae a webcomic...but a COMIC COMIC! sans comedy of course....well i guess theres some comedy or jokes.

yeah whatever.


www.myspace.com/lifeishellcomic
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JSS on 04 Jan 2007, 08:04
thanks scarlette,im only the writer however.
the guy who was backing us financially dipped out so right now im trying to get enough cash together to get the first issue published or put up online.
i think online would prob be my best bet at this point but i need enough cash to pay the artist :(
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: wirehead on 06 Jan 2007, 04:37
 :-D

Okay. Thanks, Jeph-y.
Wireheads (http://www.wire-heads.com/istrip) is relatively new. Hitting 70 strips in a couple more postings.
It tells tales of stuff that I've seen or experienced at work, and my work is creating visual effects for movies, etc.
Comic-strip style, continuing storylines, some color.

Tell me what you think.  There isn't a Wireheads' Review in existence so far.

Cheers!
- Jimbo

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: watchwood on 06 Jan 2007, 10:19
(http://www.watchwood.drunkengamers.net/images/cats/comicz.jpg) (http://www.drunkengamers.net)

Sorry about that, I made that macro earlier today and just couldn't resist using it.

Anyways, I'm making my attempt at this sort of thing at www.drunkengamers.net (http://www.drunkengamers.net).  I know the site isn't in very good shape.  I'm been working on an overhaul for it for the better part of the night, and probably will be trying to fix the thing until...oh, probably right up until I can afford to just pay and have a half decent job done for me by someone who knows what they're doing.  The skin is crap, and half of the links don't work, but I'm proud of it none the less.

EDIT:  But ya, some critiques and maybe some encouragement would go a long way towards help my self esteem with that thing.  Neither of my regulars are very encouraging.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Scrambled Egg Machine on 09 Jan 2007, 07:03
Ill plug the godsdamned comic when I get the first on drawn and writted, but first I nee to know what program jeph uses to draw QC, or I need to buy a scanner. The basic idea is I take photos of me in ordinary situations, trace over the "lines" and color them in, adding effects as necessary. Ill post a sketch sometime in the future. Any advice, though?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 09 Jan 2007, 17:06
I'm pretty sure he uses Illustrator, actually.  Either program would work, but personally, I find Photoshop easier to use.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: watchwood on 11 Jan 2007, 09:51
I'm loving vector graphics for my stuff.  It's the only way I can get lines that are even decently smooth.  Will probably switch over once my Wacom comes in, though.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: sk8brder40 on 17 Jan 2007, 04:14
Delayed Reaction: http://delayed-reaction.sk8brder40.com - Humorous stick figure comic. Not crappy stick figures, very uhh sexy ones? I'm hoping to change the art of them soon, however. Just enjoy the damn comics hahah.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Nettle on 17 Jan 2007, 14:19
http://www.drunkduck.com/Notebook/ We'll be starting to update it soon too.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Silly Bobs new groove on 20 Jan 2007, 06:48
Jeopardy With Sickos (http://jeopardy.smackjeeves.com)

Updates Tuesdays and/or thursdays, sometimes even both.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SilentJ on 26 Jan 2007, 07:28
thanks scarlette,im only the writer however.
the guy who was backing us financially dipped out so right now im trying to get enough cash together to get the first issue published or put up online.
i think online would prob be my best bet at this point but i need enough cash to pay the artist :(

If you really need space to put your comic online, there's always *shudder* Keenspace.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Cayzle on 27 Jan 2007, 09:31
Thanks for the invite to plug my comic.

Cat's Grace is a D&D strip about a liontaur adventurer. Updated every Monday.

http://www.cayzle.com/grace/gracenew.html
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Peter Harris on 31 Jan 2007, 18:23
I work in a clinic, and Lucid TV is even funnier because it has an undercurrent of "funny because it's true!"

Good job.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: daclam on 01 Feb 2007, 11:05
Hi all,

I've been writing a comic called The Misadventures of February Gray (http://"http://www.februarygray.com) for almost a year now.  I haven't been the most active about promoting it, but I figure posting here is a start.  I'm gonna start advertising more heavily soon, if anyone has advice regarding promotion (or hell, any advice whatsoever really) I'd appreciate it.

Anyway, about the comic, it's a slice of life thing about a girl living in Las Vegas that on occassion isn't the most work-safe thing in the world, but regardless, I hope you enjoy it.  I do.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 03 Feb 2007, 06:53
I work in a clinic, and Lucid TV is even funnier because it has an undercurrent of "funny because it's true!"

Good job.

thank you. one of the other guys (hutch) is an ambulance driver, although i think it has less to do with our humor than one might expect.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: L33tm4st3r on 05 Feb 2007, 07:07
Hello I just got up to date with all of QC and I got to say wow nice job  :-D.  After reading about how you like to look and try out other people?s web comics I thought that you would like to come visit ours. We have been up and running for almost 2 years now so please any and all of you who like to try new web comics come and visit.
Also like many web comics we had a rocky start but after the first season it real picked up in pace and story line. 8-)

Alicia and her friends live their lives in late '80s Southern California, play in a band, and crazy shenanigans ensue!

http://juvenilediversion.comicgen.com/

Also just an heads up me and her are scheming on a guest comic that we think will make a great impression to you and your readers.... :evil:
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: torg on 07 Feb 2007, 06:25
Not a webcomic (as in: updating regularily, lots of pages, own website....), just a little project to see, whether I pull it off. Only two pages so far (out of 6 or so), the writing lacks a lot, the art is crappy.

page 1 (http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/43543962/)
page 2 (http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/48207438/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: AnubicDarque on 08 Feb 2007, 03:21
hey there everyone ,  Im gonna plug both of mine at the same time  so I hope thats OK

First one has been going for a while  (just a little under a year) and updates 2 times a week. and that is the Famous Blood Bound  (http://bloodbound.comicgenesis.com)
The second is very new   infact I only just got it up  and has 2 comics on it (and three more waiting on the server) and updates once weekly (Its kinda about me in a round about way) and thats the new and improved  Anubis Dreams  (http://anubisdreams.comicgenesis.com)

Thanks to all who take a gander     it should be fun working on them both

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Socky on 08 Feb 2007, 05:13
Lucid TV (http://www.lucid-tv.com)

Man, I just read through you're site and that is freakin funny, I've passed it on to some of my mates too.

But I do have a question, what's the deal with "Human Bear" I've seen it pop up in a few of the comics.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SloppyJaloppy on 08 Feb 2007, 11:32
I'm on your sites, pluggin mah comic.

www.gerascomics.com
SOMETHING ABOUT COMPUTER.

It's the bomb right up in hurr. Check it out! Tell your friends if it amuses you.

and check out www.webcomicsnation.com
those guys are also the bomb and/or peeps. Word? Word.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: neal ohara on 08 Feb 2007, 13:35
www.subanx.com

everything is being reworked, site and artwork. should  be rollin again by march.:mrgreen:
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 08 Feb 2007, 14:54
Man, I just read through you're site and that is freakin funny, I've passed it on to some of my mates too.

But I do have a question, what's the deal with "Human Bear" I've seen it pop up in a few of the comics.

humanbear is a story about the adventures of a half-human/part-bear that doesn't want to be sent into space. hopefully it (or one of several other story-based things) will take comic form someday and it may be what happens when lucid tv stops.

(it was also conceived two years before the south park episode with "manbearpig")
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: coach_brew on 10 Feb 2007, 10:47
After months of blood, sweat, and even more blood - the comic is now online. Yes!!

Check out the most recent comic here (http://www.shreddedmoose.com/comic/).

Shredded Moose (http://www.shreddedmoose.com/) - Educate yourself with video game news, comics and reviews. Join Coach Brew and Trip as they wage an epic battle against societal stupidity!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Lewis Rice on 10 Feb 2007, 20:55
At last! Since the begining of last year I have been creating a comic of such hugeness. such amazingness that i had to scrap ideas TWICE! and after finally being happy with it. I present...The Illegal Team!!!

http://www.comicspace.com/lewis_rice/comics.php?action=gallery&comic_id=2588

Basically about all my friends alter egos fighting cult groups and fascists that we don't like. Don't like the sound of it? Up yours! It will be brilliant. Trust me.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Morgan Jones on 11 Feb 2007, 22:19
Hurr.... Okay, didn't really know where to start after the usual "HUllloo ... I'm Ze dead killing 1337 n00b! Lol Roxorz Lolo Rofl" kind of thread you always have to do on forums (big ones at least) and I saw some thing that might get me help review on my art and fo shizzling (not at all in fact) webcomic I started not so long ago with my Pal.

so the thing's called Code White (http://codewhitecomic.mjones-online.com) . I know, sounds weird for a name, but once you'll find out what it means and where this term is comonly used, I think you might like it  :-D

Anyhow, Any comments, tips or criticizm on how to improve my drawings would be warmly welcome and are actually kind of really needed. Tidbits to add: I never ever took anykind of art classes...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: logosmonkey on 13 Feb 2007, 20:18
I very much liked reading Stupor Heroes, Lucid TV, and the Devil and Ted. Nice work all of you! Without you, I would be stuck reading random peoples blogs again.
Thanks Scissors. Hope you enjoy the new artist and we're almost back to on time with twice a week updates!

--Steve
thedevilandted.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: rdalke on 13 Feb 2007, 23:09
I just started this comic as something to do when I'm not studying...

I know there aren't many comics, but I'm committed to keeping a regular update schedule. The site is still being tweaked a bit, but all the navigation works.

RGB Comic (http://www.rgbcomic.com)

Hope you enjoy!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Rewnad on 18 Feb 2007, 20:48
Hey all, I have to say there are a lot of good comics to be found here. So far my favourite has to be Zombolette (http://www.zombolette.com). It's so off-beat and the art style is great.

Anyway here's my humble offering, and if you like it make sure to tell all your friends. ;)

The Mighty Vikings (http://themightyvikings.com)

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: rcmonroe on 19 Feb 2007, 12:13
Dude, my comic is totally cool.

See? (http://www.outtherecomic.com)

You can tell it's cool because it was nominated for a WCCA award (http://www.ccawards.com) and it didn't win (http://ryanestrada.com/wcca07/ceremony/newcomer.htm) which means it's totally rock n' roll (dude).

But don't take my word for it. I might be slightly biased. Check it out  (http://www.outtherecomic.com)for yourself.

This has been a self-serving public service announcement. Thank me.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: rdalke on 19 Feb 2007, 23:18
Your link is a mess, son. Unless your comic is SUPPOSED to be an article about the hypertext transfer protocol.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: rcmonroe on 20 Feb 2007, 07:47
Um, just proving that a very cool comic can be made by a total idiot.

Fixed the link. Thanks for the heads up.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: rdalke on 20 Feb 2007, 08:13
no problem.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jonsey on 21 Feb 2007, 23:37
Hi everyone....this is my first post ever but this place looked like a good place to get some opinions on my work
I haven't made any series or anyting, just single panel scenes but yeah, what do you think??

http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=viewImage&friendID=94030110&albumID=0&imageID=2756521

http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=viewImage&friendID=94030110&albumID=0&imageID=3983123

http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=viewImage&friendID=94030110&albumID=0&imageID=2756593
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: coach_brew on 22 Feb 2007, 08:19
Hi everyone....this is my first post ever but this place looked like a good place to get some opinions on my work
I haven't made any series or anyting, just single panel scenes but yeah, what do you think??

http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=viewImage&friendID=94030110&albumID=0&imageID=2756521

http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=viewImage&friendID=94030110&albumID=0&imageID=3983123

http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=viewImage&friendID=94030110&albumID=0&imageID=2756593

I tried to have a look at what you had up but I forgot that you have to log in to MySpace to check out anything interesting.  Given that I forgot my password since I don't use MS at all, I eventually gave up trying to access your stuff.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jonsey on 22 Feb 2007, 21:04
dammit :-(  somehow i knew it wouldnt work
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: coach_brew on 23 Feb 2007, 07:21
dammit :-(  somehow i knew it wouldnt work

If it's just an image you're trying to show off, there's always Image Shack (http://http:/imageshack.us)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: OverdueKarma on 23 Feb 2007, 15:31
http://overduekarma.com/comic.php (http://overduekarma.com/comic.php)

Overdue Karma has been aronud for a few months as an article/social commentary site, and just this month we've started doing a weekly comic.  There are only two strips thus far, but they most definitely DON'T suck.

Also, I know this is my first post, but I swear I'm not just spamming.  I will try to become a valued member of this community.  Eventually.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Splintered1 on 23 Feb 2007, 15:44
TECHNOSAURS: UNEARTHED
at www.splintered-mind.com.

It has dinosaurs... sort of.

KW
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Ally on 25 Feb 2007, 17:53
The art in your comic is fantastic. I haven't gotten around to reading it yet but be sure that I will. I'm very very impressed at the quality.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Rewnad on 25 Feb 2007, 20:18
The art in your comic is fantastic. I haven't gotten around to reading it yet but be sure that I will. I'm very very impressed at the quality.

SNAP!

I agree completely, your artwork is awesome. On top of that the story is engaging and well paced. I'm looking forward to the next page. Keep up the good work!   :-D
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Ally on 25 Feb 2007, 21:34
I just read it. I am calling it right now that you are going to make it big with this project.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Splintered1 on 25 Feb 2007, 22:14
Wow.  Thanks for checking out my comic.  It's my first try at sequential art, so I know it has some major weaknesses, but I'm excited about the story concept, and I'm having a blast drawiing it. 
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: coach_brew on 26 Feb 2007, 08:26
Wow.  Thanks for checking out my comic.  It's my first try at sequential art, so I know it has some major weaknesses, but I'm excited about the story concept, and I'm having a blast drawiing it. 
I like your style Splintered, kind of reminds me of J Scott Campbell (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Scott_Campbell).  Your artwork's definitely got some high-quality appeal and I'll be checking back on it regularly.  Freakin' awesome dude!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 28 Feb 2007, 06:32
This thread continues to impress.

And so I say,

MOAR
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: monkeyangst on 01 Mar 2007, 13:00
Dude, my comic is totally cool.
Actually, much as I hate self-aggrandizement, yeah, it pretty much is.

I like your use of halftones. Very nice.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: halley on 01 Mar 2007, 20:19
Hell, I'll give my comic a plug.

I do a comic called Halley's Comic (http://www.halleyscomic.com) It's pretty sweet, and several other very cool people out besides me consider it sweet as well.

Could you be a very cool person too?  :?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Peter Harris on 03 Mar 2007, 16:29
Mine is actually strongly inspired by QC - and by inspired, I mean inspired, not ripped off.  Hopefully it'll go over well with the QC crowd.

Telling Tall Tales (http://www.tellingtalltales.net) - A Not-So-Graphic Photographic Graphic novel.

We launched last night.  And whoo...  what a launch party.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: dramedy on 07 Mar 2007, 03:15
So I'm pimping my sister's webcomic, because, one, she's my sister, two, she's an amazing artist, and three, I will be a small part later. possibly XD

ANYWAY, it's really funny, or it's getting there. They(my sister and the chick who writes it) are very new at this.

http://www.cabbageking.net (http://www.cabbageking.net)

Go! Let me know what you think! *pets sister*
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: qtownstegy on 09 Mar 2007, 08:49
Telling Tall Tales is great!

I really like the story and the way you go about telling it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Peter Harris on 09 Mar 2007, 11:36
Positive feedback is so HOT.  Thanks for your readership.  We're only going to get better.  I'm learning about photography, photoshop and the basic principles of comic design as I go, and as my actors get more comfortable on camera, we should be able to go places.  Also, we'll be exploring more and more of iconic Portland, so that will be fun.  Expect the camera shot to get crisper and awesomer, the filters to get smoother, and the space around the speech bubbles more uniform.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR KIND FEEDBACK!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: doki on 10 Mar 2007, 05:53
hey, this is my freind's comic, still without name, but is very entertaining

http://www.livejournal.com/users/beezzuuak/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: amnesiac16 on 19 Mar 2007, 20:36
Hey, first post :D mine has not yet evolved into a comic, but it shall, trust me. Once i get my own scanner and/or graphics tablet.lol. The others on this board have been really good!
http://drawingsandmusings.blogspot.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Peter Harris on 25 Mar 2007, 09:15
I recognize that there's probably a lot of myspace hate on this forum, or maybe just hate for Rupert, but for those who aren't haters, my comic now has a myspace page.  Friend us with your comic, or with your personal profile.  Also feel free to check out the profiles of the cast, most of whom maintain their own myspace pages.

myspace.com/tellingtalltales (http://myspace.com/tellingtalltales)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: rock88 on 26 Mar 2007, 20:01
Updates have been random recently, what with being in school and all, but I'm keeping my web comic alive over at <a href="http://blog.myspace.com/boondock_city" target="_blank">http://blog.myspace.com/boondock_city[/url].  And actually, last Tuesday marked the one-year anniversary since I launched it.  The MySpace account has "season two" and up.  For the complete list of episodes, head for <a href="http://s93.photobucket.com/albums/l59/boondock_city/Season%20One/" target="_blank">http://s93.photobucket.com/albums/l59/boondock_city/Season%20One/[/url] for season one, and <a href="http://s93.photobucket.com/albums/l59/boondock_city/Season%20Two/" target="_blank">http://s93.photobucket.com/albums/l59/boondock_city/Season%20Two/[/url] for season two.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: rcmonroe on 28 Mar 2007, 11:58
Dude, my comic is totally cool.
Actually, much as I hate self-aggrandizement, yeah, it pretty much is.

Yeah, I hate it too. Except when I do it (when I do it my tongue is lodged so forcefully into my cheek that it's almost coming out of my ear).

Quote from: monkeyangst
I like your use of halftones. Very nice.

I've actually never used halftones. You're probably referring to a few strips where I used really thin lines, which look grey when the strip is re-sized and saved as a gif.

In any event, thanks for the comments.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Peter Harris on 29 Mar 2007, 10:00
Oh Jeez, Technosaurs just makes me happy in my pants.  It's that good.


EDIT:  The contact form for Technosaurs is broken!  Kevin - FIX IT!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: wm_star on 01 Apr 2007, 14:18
How about "plug the significant other's comic for them"?  Husband vents his very angry insides with comics instead of murdering.  He's been updating every weekday for about a year now, and he's started the last few months to play with actual storylines.  He also recently added a music section to his site.

www.stickcomic.com (http://www.stickcomic.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Ernest on 11 Apr 2007, 07:17
My comic is about baseball.  http://www.cubscomic.blogspot.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: drewmo on 11 Apr 2007, 21:57
hello!  this looks like where i wanna post.

I do a webcomic called Left-Handed Toons (http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/) with my pal, Justin.  We alternate posting cartoons, and I think the mix works well.

The idea is, we're both right-handed, and everything on the site is drawn with our left hands, so it's fun.  Try it.


some highlights maybe i dunno?

Sexual Prefixes (http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/?c=35)
Join In (http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/?c=34)
Bedsheets (http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/?c=32)
Incorrect Etymology 1 (http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/?c=30)
Stabby Stab (http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/?c=27)
Limbo! (http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/?c=25)


Please please read more if you like em. :)





Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 11 Apr 2007, 22:57
Those were awesome, drewmo! I read them all :D!

Aaaand I just finished reading all the Telling Tall Tales. (Okay so I have some free time >.>)
That was great! I've never seen anything like it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomandethan on 12 Apr 2007, 05:03
www.png.smackjeeves.com

Yer well we latly started an online comic, so mainly trhe first, 7 or so issues are bad quality, the rest are a bit better. when we get the fancy stuff they might even pass as an alternative comic!

READ IT OR WE SHALL RELIES OUR MIINIONS OF SNAPPING TOTOISES UPON YOUR SOUL! MWOHAHAHAHAHHAAAAA!!!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 14 Apr 2007, 15:33
I second the motion to read Left-Handed Toons.  This one right here (http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/?c=36) got me to laugh out loud.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ruinfix on 15 Apr 2007, 00:18
Here's my low-brow, vulgar web comic called CHATTERS (http://www.myspace.com/chatters_comic). It's about a bunch of chatters who met up on the internet and have remained friends (roughly based on friends in my life). I'm what you call a casual web comic artist haha. So I don't post up strips that very often (though I really should).
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: drewmo on 16 Apr 2007, 05:08
ruinfix, your comic requires a deviantart account just to read it?  I wouldn't rely on that if I were you.

And thanks again, otherfolks. :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ruinfix on 17 Apr 2007, 01:20
Really? Oh that's right, I set the adult filter on. Hmmm. I'll change that and see if that makes a difference. If not, I'll need to find alternative free hosting for the time being.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ruinfix on 17 Apr 2007, 01:31
Ok I've removed the "adult content" options. Let me know if the comics are showing now regardless if you have a DeviantArt account.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: celticgeek on 17 Apr 2007, 07:33
Now I can see it.

Very funny.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Renee Katz on 17 Apr 2007, 16:53
I am plugging my comic!

http://thebaron.comicgenesis.com

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Deanethiro on 18 Apr 2007, 13:00
Well , To sum it up , super hero parody comic ... With Jesus as the main character.
Just started it not too long ago , only up to 5 (or 6 depending on when you read this) comics so far
But we have been prepared and have em scripted out to about comic 38.

Hope you like it  :-D

Http://SuperSaviorJesusGo.ComicGenesis (http://Http://SuperSaviorJesusGo.ComicGenesis.com)

Super Savior Jesus Go !

Edit: Whoops sorry broken link xD
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Renee Katz on 18 Apr 2007, 20:56
Well , To sum it up , super hero parody comic ... With Jesus as the main character.
Just started it not too long ago , only up to 5 (or 6 depending on when you read this) comics so far
But we have been prepared and have em scripted out to about comic 38.

Hope you like it  :-D

Http://SuperSaviorJesusGo.ComicGenesis (http://Http://SuperSaviorJesusGo.ComicGenesis)

Super Savior Jesus Go !
That sounds fascinating but I can't seem to access it!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Deanethiro on 19 Apr 2007, 07:48
Err , bit of a broken link there , should be resolved now  :-D
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Mr u Suk on 19 Apr 2007, 16:18
I am plugging my comic!

http://thebaron.comicgenesis.com



reading this webcomic is like trying to read (err watch) an episode of Ren and Stimpy, very nice.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shishio on 21 Apr 2007, 13:18
I hope it's OK to plug a collective here.

Intravenous Comics (http://www.ivcomics.net), a collective I helped found, launched this past Thursday.  Member comics are Steve and Mac, Treading Ground, Brink, Institute of Metaphysics, One-liners, and Lucid TV.

The last two have been plugged in this thread, and were well received.

We also have a sample page (http://www.ivcomics.net/samples.html) to help new readers if our comics are worth reading or not. 
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: donovangelonardo on 22 Apr 2007, 01:31
I posted some o' mine cartoons up on this forum a while back.  Now I have them all arranged in blog-form, plus maybe some other things (someday)!

robot-tree.blogspot.com (http://robot-tree.blogspot.com)

GENTLEMEN, I HAVE BEEN BLOGGING.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: MattBurns on 25 Apr 2007, 13:25
well I think now is as good as a time as any.

the site still needs work. I just haven't been motivated to go home and write code, after writing code at work all day.

but I think a few of the last comics we wrote are really funny, so Check it out. (http://flicks-comic.com)

let me know what you think.

Thanks.

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 25 Apr 2007, 13:38
I posted some o' mine cartoons up on this forum a while back.  Now I have them all arranged in blog-form, plus maybe some other things (someday)!

robot-tree.blogspot.com (http://robot-tree.blogspot.com)

GENTLEMEN, I HAVE BEEN BLOGGING.
Did you ever name your characters yet?

Just curious.  I'm looking right now and haven't ran into any.
Title: Plug Yr Comic, Socket yr pocket
Post by: Stefan Autsa on 29 Apr 2007, 04:41
Edit:

Here's mine; it has a newish site design, improved legibility and a new ink pen.  Huzzah!

http://thineappellation.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: donovangelonardo on 29 Apr 2007, 05:32
Did you ever name your characters yet?

Just curious.  I'm looking right now and haven't ran into any.

Check now. (http://"http://robot-tree.blogspot.com/2007/04/brought-to-you-by-mcdonalds.html")
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 30 Apr 2007, 06:46
Ahh, alright.

That comic is about the truth of the matter, too.  People here at my school are sweating bullets right now stressing over finals.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: katwyld on 08 May 2007, 05:50
*shrug* It's not much, but it is a comic, and I guess I should see if anyone is interested. I was drawing it, but I'm SOOOOOO slow at drawing comic style (I'm more of a painter and sculptor), so my niece has just started drawing for me. I have faith she'll improve. Couldn't find another artist (mostly didn't know where to look and didn't wanna spam anyone with it), and didn't wanna give up the idea.

http://www.curtumevexas.com/ (http://www.curtumevexas.com/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: MattBurns on 10 May 2007, 11:06
I've done some extensive re-tooling of my site. (http://flicks-comic.com)

plus this is Spider Week!

I'm very happy with it now. Let me know what you think.

 
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 15 May 2007, 21:38
I mostly liked your comic Matt,
though I read some of your news posts and thought you kind of contradicted yourself when you said "They say stupid things, laugh in a stupid way, and generally act like a complete moron. I've heard the phrases that it's so stupid it's funny before. I've never understood it.", yet some of your jokes are based on the stupidity of your characters, so you must understand that o.o

Also, while I'm not a big fan of popular topic-based ridicule humor, I know tons of people are, and what you do with it is really good.

This is the kind of stuff I'd expect to see running in a newspaper.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: MattBurns on 16 May 2007, 06:52
Thanks, though keep in mind I don't write all the strips.

Though I wouldn't be surprised if I broke my own rules. Most of the time  I'm not very good at understanding why I like things and why I don't, so when I try to verbalize them, I often find exceptions to my rules Many occasions I find myself enjoying things that I wouldn't think I would.

Case in point. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

I didn't want to see this movie. I don't find Vulgarity and delinquency funny, as a rule. Due to a strange misunderstanding, I went to see this movie with my wife, she thought I wanted to see it, I thought she wanted to see it, though neither of us really did.
I didn't want to like this movie. I spent most of the first half of this movie not liking this movie. Then something caught me off guard. It was the break in scene, all the hot girls were dressed in their skin tight cat bungler outfits. they were all doing various feats of gymnastics in an attempt to bypass the laser security grid, and out do each other. The last girl performs a series of very complex maneuvers and ends up in a dramatic pose, flushed with her own success and hubris.  She then lets out a very long, very loud fart. 12 year old humor at it's best. it was very low brow, very juvenile. I died. To this day it stays with me as one of the funniest things I've ever seen. I really don't remember much else from the movie. there was some more low brow humor. Mark Hamil had a pretty good role, but I enjoyed the rest of the movie, and to this day I have it in the list of movies I like.

So perhaps I should use the word generally a lot more than I do when I'm talking about what I like and don't like. Most of the time I just take my lumps when people point out where I contradict myself and go on.

Either way, thanks for taking the time to read my site, and thanks even more for the feedback. I'm truly surprised and honored that you think its on par with professional syndicated strips. And if you talk to some of the tons of people you know that enjoy this kind of humor, could you send them over?

thanks!

thanks.



Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 16 May 2007, 11:36
Sure, I'll send out the link to some friends today

Your comic very much reminds me of other strips from the Chicago Reader, like Red Meat (which doesn't run anymore, but it was awesome).

You guys should check out Spikedhumor.com

Someone should collect a comic from everyone's comic strips here, and make them into a picture gallery and post it there.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: öde on 19 May 2007, 13:26
Not my webcomic, but you should all read Dresden Codak (http://dresdencodak.com/cartoons/dc_013.htm). It's a fantastically nerdy fantasy comic that's fantastic.

fixed your link babe - allybee
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Johnny C on 19 May 2007, 16:34
Man that link was so bad it sent me to the Wikipedia definition for HTTP.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: FoolOnTheHill on 07 Jun 2007, 23:12
Hmm... don't say my comic sucks huh.... well.... it doesn't... not suck. Anyway, it's kinda new, and I'm still learning photoshop, anyway, here it is:

http://getbent.comicgenesis.com (http://getbent.comicgenesis.com)


Like I said, new and still learnin', so enjoy for now till I get better. Soon hopefully.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: DanielMcElhaney on 08 Jun 2007, 21:18
Uh, hi. I'm pretty new to the forums, but I will be a regular. Anyways, heres the plug.

This comic and it's website are both under construction, so bear with us. It is written/drawn by a close friend of mine, and I am making the updates and paying for the domain. Here's hoping you like it.

www.rdacomic.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: sushi on 09 Jun 2007, 08:51
http://napkinz.com/index.php
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: MurrayB on 10 Jun 2007, 13:21
Hey kids! I'm new to the forum but here is my creation. I (just) started this to get better at drawing. Check it out and critique, or not, but i would appreciate it if you would. (under construction, please bear with us)
updates M,W,F
http://www.botscomic.com/comic.html
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 12 Jun 2007, 11:37
Hey, I liked the artwork a lot.
It's off to a good start, even the whole ditching the plotline thing, which is funny in itself.

A lot of the links don't work, like clicking next or previous, and even one page I couldn't click on "archive", but you said it's under construction so I assume you're working on that.

Again, not a big fan of popular celebrity humor, but I'm probably the minority there :P

My favorite one had to be the one where he's bleeding and says Take me home, Jesus.
I rofl'd.

Also, sushi, I read every one of your napkinz comic, and I just gotta say that was awesome stuff.
I definitely noticed your influences like Don Hertzfeldt, etc. Loved the random humor and movie references.
I'll be checking for more on Sundays :D
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: MurrayB on 13 Jun 2007, 09:31
Hey, well thanks for the feedback. And also, I feel dirty when I have to write in celebrity humour. Writing is much harder than drawing and i'm afraid no one will understand allusions to death metal, comic books and other obscure things.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 13 Jun 2007, 13:35
I wouldn't be too scared of that. QC makes indie references no one else gets, and it's still popular :P
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: rcmonroe on 13 Jun 2007, 14:54
Hey, well thanks for the feedback. And also, I feel dirty when I have to write in celebrity humour. Writing is much harder than drawing and i'm afraid no one will understand allusions to death metal, comic books and other obscure things.

Some people will understand them, some won't. Some will be turned off by them. You have to decide whether you're willing to limit your audience to people interested in the same things you are. Or find a way to make the references accessible.

I wouldn't be too scared of that. QC makes indie references no one else gets, and it's still popular :P

I would venture to say that QC is popular in spite of those references, not because of them. QC's popularity rests on a number of things that Jacques does well, like character development, gag contruction, pacing, etc.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 13 Jun 2007, 15:24
Yeah exactly.
As long as you're not basing the comic on one type of joke all the time, and still manage to make those references funny, I don't see a problem with it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: valedaemon on 15 Jun 2007, 08:55
Though both comics are on the same site, I'll give urls to the latest versions of both because, um, yeah. And stuff.

http://www.bunnydogproductions.com/latest_uberdork.html (http://www.bunnydogproductions.com/latest_uberdork.html) (Uberdork & Uberdorkess)

http://www.bunnydogproductions.com/latest_megapocket.html (http://www.bunnydogproductions.com/latest_megapocket.html) (MegaPocket, Ho!)

The style of the comic is constantly evolving as I get better with wielding Sodipodi and my wacom. :) The first few editions of each comic have been around for over a year and a half now, but now that I'm only working 60 hours a week, I find that I actually have time to work on them! (Imagine that...)

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: wirehead on 15 Jun 2007, 17:39
:-D

Okay. Thanks, Jeph-y.
Wireheads (http://www.wire-heads.com/istrip) is relatively new. Hitting 70 strips in a couple more postings.
It tells tales of stuff that I've seen or experienced at work, and my work is creating visual effects for movies, etc.
Comic-strip style, continuing storylines, some color.

Tell me what you think.  There isn't a Wireheads' Review in existence so far.

Cheers!
- Jimbo



Well, we did finally get a review from "Independant Propaganda's" writers.  Here's a link (http://independentpropaganda.com/ip_wp/review-wireheads-web-comic-by-jim-hillin/) to check it out.

Cheers!
- Jimbo
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narshada on 19 Jun 2007, 18:51
Hey all. I started my comic, Exotic Soup about 8 weeks ago, (once a week updates,) and I'd be interested to see what everyone thinks so far. Site is at www.exoticsoup.co.uk, which is a work in progress. Scroll down for the latest strip and click on it for the archives so far.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: d-gradeBoys.com on 24 Jun 2007, 04:11
Hey guys

We have just finished our first web comic and would love you to check it out and see what you think!

It is called 'June Sux!' and the latest installment can be found at the following link: http://www.d-gradeboys.com/junesux/junesux_latest.html

Thank you very much for your time and all the best!

 :-D
 
Daf
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.d-gradeboys.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: officeninjas on 25 Jun 2007, 06:12
Hey folks,

I'll give ya the link first, so you can skip the rest if you want.

Office Ninjas: Stealth, Assassination, and Consulting (http://www.office-ninjas.net)

A lot of what goes on at an office is rediculous. Any one who has worked in one knows this. This things people say. The bass ackwards way that things get done. All I'm saying is that if the company was staffed by ninjas, at least they'd have an excuse.

I've waited a while before trying to plug my comic, but the time has come. The comic started with the dual purpose of trying to make something entertaining and having something that would keep me drawing regularly. It has succeeded at the latter, but I need feedback from people who aren't friends and family.

So yeah, I appreciate your time and hope you enjoy the comic.

Joe
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: FoolOnTheHill on 28 Jun 2007, 02:10
Hey, sorry 2 be pluggin' twice, but I think I've found my line thickness formula and am really starting to get into this.   :-D

http://getbent.comicgenesis.com

Get Bent: As Condemned by the Royal Family

Take a peek, enjoy, form an opinion, and if ya don't like it, send me some hate mail ^_^
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: HPPH on 28 Jun 2007, 13:03
Another "not my comic" and by the way, searching "My Brain Hurts" in this forum yeilds fun results.

Named after Screeching Weasel's album, My Brain Hurts is a minicomic published (roughly) three times a year. I think QCers who enjoyed the early awkward romance and relationship issues will enjoy this comic. Additionally, gender theory and women's studies students'll get a kick out of the themes the author deals with. You can get the comics from either author Liz Baillie's site (http://www.lizbaillie.com/) or from her quasi publisher Microcosm (http://www.microcosmpublishing.com/catalog/artist/liz_baillie/)

So yeah, heavy pen and inking, the search for sexual identity and punk rock in a contemporary NYC setting.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: colleenxcore on 02 Jul 2007, 20:26
My friend Tailea and I have a joint comic:

http://literarycomics.blogspot.com/ (http://literarycomics.blogspot.com/)

Woo!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: dizturbd_spat on 06 Jul 2007, 06:06
A webcomic me and a friend recently started.
http://www.iliveinashed.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SilentJ on 06 Jul 2007, 08:14
A friend of mine started a comic a while back that I find quite funny, and is looking for some readership.

Any of you who enjoy silly jokes taking place around a made-up high school with characters (not-always-so) loosely based on people I know, then check out Dorodango Method. (http://www.dorodango-method.com)

Plus, she sells t-shirts!  And has a link from her comic to a site that teaches you to make your own Dorodango (shiny ball of dirt)!

Definitely worth a look, fellow forumites.
Title: Insert Life Here
Post by: E. Oliver Coakley on 06 Jul 2007, 19:36
I started this comic on the third day of college when I realized that I needed someway to document the madness that my life was going to be. I've been doing it for two years now, with no delay of comic insanity. It's only recently that I moved from a blogspot address and started making into a real webcomic, and now I'm trying to get the word out.

www.insertlifehere.net (http://www.insertlifehere.net)

(I'm also advertising it on QC's main page via Project Wonderful)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: HPPH on 07 Jul 2007, 12:28
 My Friend Agnes Butterly's comic: Happy Love Stories (http://happypeepeehead.com/comics/unorgan/love)
I'm hosting it for her. It's a weekly comic about Love and Romance! Check it out!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Levi-chan on 12 Jul 2007, 16:11
OH I HAVE THIS TOTALLY EMO COMIC GUYZ:

http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com (http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SilentJ on 24 Jul 2007, 10:50
A while back I linked to Dorodango Method, written by a friend of mine.

She noticed today that her readership went up a bit, I'm assuming some of you followed up on my linkage.

She says thank you in the most "KAWAIIII ^_^" way possible.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nursethalia on 24 Jul 2007, 14:29
OH I HAVE THIS TOTALLY EMO COMIC GUYZ:

http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com (http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com)

Wow...any tutorials coming up on how you do the awesome soft-glow colouring?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Kosh on 01 Aug 2007, 13:45
Hope I'm not resented for joining today and plugging right away, but here it goes:

http://www.thelifeeffect.net

It's advertised in the index right now :) My webcomic influences are obvious. My non-webcomic ones not so much (Hugo Pratt, Roberto Fontanarrosa, and others).

Updates Monday and Friday when manageable...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Narr on 01 Aug 2007, 17:17
OH I HAVE THIS TOTALLY EMO COMIC GUYZ:

http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com (http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com)
Very noir-nerrative (which I like when well-done) and the art is very, very good.  I'll probably read a-ways into it and post again with more thoughts.

@ Kosh:

Honestly, I think half the people who've plugged their comics in this thread aren't around a whole lot or did it on their first post.  One of the reasons we made the thread was to keep all plugs for people like that in one place, and it's actually kept some of them around.  I've put at least 2 of the comics posted in here on my regular read list and there's a lot more I've read into and now that I think about it, should probably go back into and see what's been updated.  Just a hint: If you're around here more, i think people are more likely to end up reading your comic.  Just an FYI.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: music0mayhem on 01 Aug 2007, 23:33
Heres mine, website sucks cause I made it myself but you should like the comic.
http://music0mayhem.bravehost.com/index.html (http://music0mayhem.bravehost.com/index.html)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Kosh on 02 Aug 2007, 01:38

@ Kosh:

Honestly, I think half the people who've plugged their comics in this thread aren't around a whole lot or did it on their first post.  One of the reasons we made the thread was to keep all plugs for people like that in one place, and it's actually kept some of them around.  I've put at least 2 of the comics posted in here on my regular read list and there's a lot more I've read into and now that I think about it, should probably go back into and see what's been updated.  Just a hint: If you're around here more, i think people are more likely to end up reading your comic.  Just an FYI.

Thanks Narr! I will keep that in mind. I do plan to stick around :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Stefan Autsa on 03 Aug 2007, 00:12

Honestly, I think half the people who've plugged their comics in this thread aren't around a whole lot or did it on their first post.  One of the reasons we made the thread was to keep all plugs for people like that in one place, and it's actually kept some of them around.  I've put at least 2 of the comics posted in here on my regular read list and there's a lot more I've read into and now that I think about it, should probably go back into and see what's been updated.  Just a hint: If you're around here more, i think people are more likely to end up reading your comic.  Just an FYI.

I came for the plugging, and stayed for the slugging.  I mean posting. 

And I'll probably have a look through this thread again, to see if I've missed anything.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Modern_Ruin on 04 Aug 2007, 12:03
completely unshameless plugging! http://sidekickgirl.comicgenesis.com/

There's a chick with big tits! Granted, she's not the main character, but if that doesn't draw most people in, I don't know what will.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 04 Aug 2007, 20:58
Oh man, Modern Ruin, I read all the issues of your comic, and it's awesome.

How often do you update? I'm hooked
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Modern_Ruin on 04 Aug 2007, 22:24
Oh man, Modern Ruin, I read all the issues of your comic, and it's awesome.

How often do you update? I'm hooked

Wow thanks! It updates Wednesday, if Comic Genesis sees fit to actually kept to the schedule. If it's late, it's usually up Thursday night at the latest. I'm glad you like it! We're just starting out for now but we have some big hopes.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: humanoftheyear on 07 Aug 2007, 14:31
I am plugging my comic!

http://thebaron.comicgenesis.com



i love this so much. thanks for posting your link.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Cold on 07 Aug 2007, 14:38
I have a new comic styles today now:

http://bayeuxrhythms.comicgenesis.com/index.html
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SteveW on 07 Aug 2007, 22:56
I have a new comic styles today now:

http://bayeuxrhythms.comicgenesis.com/index.html

I registered for the sole purpose of saying that I really liked this ( "zomg not original art", etc etc ).  The "sound financial advice" bit was great.

Tho, would it be possible for your "comment" bit that accompanies the post to have a different background?  I didn't even notice they were there at the bottom until I was half-way through the archive.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: HFrankenstein on 08 Aug 2007, 10:14
Ah, what the hell. I've been resisting plugging my stuff here for a while (I don't know why I'm always so reluctant to talk about my comic on forums -- it's good free publicity), but now I'm bored at work, so here:

Taco Man and Burrito Boy (http://www.tmabb.com) -- It's about two superheroes, but there's a lot more going on than just that. Oh you just wait. It's going to be awesome.

It's extremely continuity-heavy, so if you need a good starting point that isn't the very first comic from six years ago, I recommend the beginning of Chapter 8 (http://www.tmabb.com/index.php?date=061016).

Does Jeph still read this thread, I wonder?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: MurrayB on 08 Aug 2007, 17:59
I'm sure this thread was created just to keep shameless plugging out of the rest of the forum. Then, Mr. Jacques just says he'll pop in now and then and roam through the comics that people such as myself have created, to keep us placated. We've basically been condemned to float through the darkness of this void forever! He's a successful webcomic author for a reason- he's crafty.

All kidding aside, I managed to upload a few comics finally. Its hard to do with a modem. www.botscomic.com (http://www.botscomic.com)   I would really appreciate it if anyone could leave any kind of feedback, maybe in the forum where it says "feedback"? Please? 

Oh, I actually visited a comic link, which is a rarity. (like I said, a dial up modem) And it was... sidekickgirl? something along those lines. I like! nice work.

Oh, has anyone else noticed Mr.Jacques' fascination with the Quebecois? It's weird.

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nursethalia on 09 Aug 2007, 20:29
All kidding aside, I managed to upload a few comics finally. Its hard to do with a modem. www.botscomic.com (http://www.botscomic.com)   I would really appreciate it if anyone could leave any kind of feedback, maybe in the forum where it says "feedback"? Please? 

Your comic reminds of of Apple Scruffs!

http://hayescomics.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: clarerose on 10 Aug 2007, 14:32
MY comic.

i'm plugging it, i guess. just started.

http://anyonecanplayguitarorstartawebcomic.blogspot.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 11 Aug 2007, 21:27
Don't ever stop drawing on the yellow paper like that. That's awesome. Very original! Funny stuff.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: clarerose on 13 Aug 2007, 06:46
Don't ever stop drawing on the yellow paper like that. That's awesome. Very original! Funny stuff.



thanks! good to hear!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: C Patrick Carolan on 13 Aug 2007, 22:41
I was thinking I'd wait until I had a few more strips posted before posting the link here, but I have a webcomic!

www.terminalhipster.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: wazzuhawk23 on 15 Aug 2007, 11:55
I got hooked on so many comics reading this thread.  Thanks everyone.

I figured I should post the webcomic that a buddy of mine is doing.  He does all the comics and I do all the web related stuff for it.  I, of course, think it's hilarious.  Hopefully you do too.

http://www.hometownheroescomic.com (http://www.hometownheroescomic.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bryanthelion on 20 Aug 2007, 17:23
http://www.thatwittygeekcomic.blogspot.com (http://www.thatwittygeekcomic.blogspot.com)

Yeah, I'm kind of new. And the font is all fucked up, I dont know why though. Stupid manga debut...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Modern_Ruin on 21 Aug 2007, 15:52
Oh, I actually visited a comic link, which is a rarity. (like I said, a dial up modem) And it was... sidekickgirl? something along those lines. I like! nice work.

Hey, honored you clicked my link then, and glad you liked it. :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Hax-Comic on 27 Aug 2007, 19:49
Well since we get to plug our comics....Here's mine:


Hax-Comic (http://www.hax-comic.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: cuog on 27 Aug 2007, 21:51
Heres mine, I've been working on it all summer, kinda random but its a pastime hope I can waste someone elses time too:

Pulsed Whit Modulation.
http://astro73.com/comic/
http://astro73.com/comic/archives.php
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Serge on 30 Aug 2007, 16:17
Ok here is my shameless Plug...let me know what you think.

http://www.webcomicsnation.com/sergio/naivety/series.php (http://www.webcomicsnation.com/sergio/naivety/series.php)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nursethalia on 31 Aug 2007, 01:43
Ok here is my shameless Plug...let me know what you think.

http://www.webcomicsnation.com/sergio/naivety/series.php (http://www.webcomicsnation.com/sergio/naivety/series.php)

I really like it! I read the most recent and then had to go back through and read through the archives...I was actually disapointed when I came to the end and realized there were no more strips!

Moar! MOAR!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Caiphana on 31 Aug 2007, 10:16
Ok here is my shameless Plug...let me know what you think.

http://www.webcomicsnation.com/sergio/naivety/series.php (http://www.webcomicsnation.com/sergio/naivety/series.php)
Wow. I really like it.

I agree: MOAR!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheBoredOne on 31 Aug 2007, 11:26
Yet another webcomic to watch

Thanks, Serge :D
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bryanthelion on 31 Aug 2007, 12:03
Dig the comic serg
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Serge on 31 Aug 2007, 16:57
Thanks guys, I've only recently been unable to update simply because I started a new job, Teaching, middle school. It's been a wild ride and it really is so much hard work. Anyhow thanks for the compliments guys that only fuels my desire to continue. Hopefully this weekend I can update, after all, it's a three day weekend, thank god.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: CardboardBox on 01 Sep 2007, 18:11
http://pigeoncat.blogspot.com (http://pigeoncat.blogspot.com)

I suggest reading in sequential order. It's not a formal site by any means, but it's about a pigeonheaded and a catheaded boy and girl who are friends with luminaries Hilary Duff, Orlando Bloom and Snorkles the Bear. There are silly music jokes.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: VladDamien on 02 Sep 2007, 13:46
Might as well hop on.

There's actually 3 comics right now on my website. One is finished (My Life with Thrill Kill Karl), one is a follow-up to the finished comic (Pater Noster), and the other one is dumb humour (In the Mind of Vlad Damien). A few more comics will follow, as written on the site.

http://vladdamien.comicgenesis.com (http://vladdamien.comicgenesis.com)

Be warned, the comics are mostly serious and contain mature subject matter - for mature readers preferably (I'm not one to censor or restrain people - if you feel you're mature enough, go ahead).

Hope you like the comics!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nursethalia on 04 Sep 2007, 10:45
Might as well hop on.

There's actually 3 comics right now on my website. One is finished (My Life with Thrill Kill Karl), one is a follow-up to the finished comic (Pater Noster), and the other one is dumb humour (In the Mind of Vlad Damien). A few more comics will follow, as written on the site.

http://vladdamien.comicgenesis.com (http://vladdamien.comicgenesis.com)

Be warned, the comics are mostly serious and contain mature subject matter - for mature readers preferably (I'm not one to censor or restrain people - if you feel you're mature enough, go ahead).

Hope you like the comics!

I love the pen art, but the setup of the site isn't very user-friendly.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: VladDamien on 04 Sep 2007, 12:59
Thanks for the heads-up, Nursethalia.
I know, it's not the best website navigation I've done, but I have no time to redo a site... I should pay my webmaster buddy to redo one... seriously!

And thanks for checking it out :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: hemmofa on 10 Sep 2007, 16:29
Hey all,
I have started a comic too, its a sprite comic. Bascally because i simply cannot draw. (phisically unforunately).
Don't know if it belongs here, but i'd like to know if ppl like it, and if i should continue.
I've made 14 comics so far (11 online at moment of writing this), and if i want to make more i have to start a 'real' storyline because it would get boring otherwise.

Anyway, let me know what you think:
http://comic.wtfuck.net/ (click it, but don't actually look at the url. long story.)
(edit: yes, it is SFW)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: VladDamien on 12 Sep 2007, 07:28
Awesome news, Scarlette! Self-published or did someone pick it up?

And thanks a ton! I always try to improve :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: the_shankmaster on 15 Sep 2007, 23:35
Here's my comic.  It's something of a side project.  It stars the main characters of a novel I'm working on. http://vlu.smackjeeves.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: RentAThug on 22 Sep 2007, 14:55
Hey all.

I read QC regularly and just set my comic up with its own site (it's been in a newspaper and on drunkduck.com before I decided to get my own site), so I figured I'd make with the shameless plugging.

www.rentathugcomics.com (http://www.rentathugcomics.com)

Rent-A-Thug is a dark comedy about the employees of the Rent-A-Thug Agency, which is functionally a criminal temp agency that hires out goons to do whatever dirty work one might need done.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tylerpage on 22 Sep 2007, 21:35

QC is the first webcomic I started reading regulary.  I've been doing comics for... 15 years?  I put out a few books, one of which got me nominated for an Eisner Award.  My webcomic, Nothing Better (http://www.nothing-better.com/), has been online for a little over a year and a half.

Check it out - NOTHING BETTER (http://www.nothing-better.com/).

%100 satisfaction, money-back guarantee - I promise you if you sit down and read Nothing Better, you'll get hooked, and you'll like it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bryanthelion on 22 Sep 2007, 22:08
Oh geeze tyler...

Your comics are too pretty..

STOP MAKING THEM PRETTY!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: michyelle on 06 Oct 2007, 17:55
hello!

this is my boyfriend's comic. it doesn't have a name yet... we've been pretty good at posting at least a page a day. i hope you like it! thanks.

http://michyelle.com/tomcomic.php
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Levi-chan on 07 Oct 2007, 05:18
OH I HAVE THIS TOTALLY EMO COMIC GUYZ:

http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com (http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com)

Wow...any tutorials coming up on how you do the awesome soft-glow colouring?

Oh dude, I could tell you, but you will feel so cheap and lazy afterwards. I know I do. ARE YOU STILL IN DOGG?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jeanine on 07 Oct 2007, 23:05
Hmmm... it's my first post and it consists of pimping.  Either:

1. - I'm just tacky like that.

2. - I'm a forum whore that's avoiding actually drawing this evening and am assuaging my conscience by telling myself that promoting
      my comic is almost as good as working on it.

3. - I'm only here to stalk the Lanyard.  *grins*


Either way - this is me BetaPwned (http://www.betapwned.com/Comic.html).  I cuss like a sailor and other unlady-like things.  You've been warned.


t
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: music0mayhem on 19 Oct 2007, 11:45
Hey I plugged my comic here a few pages back but I don't think it was really noticed. So I'm plugging again because of that and because the site was just recently redone completly. So enjoy and sorry for the re-plug. http://music0mayhem.bravehost.com/index.html (http://music0mayhem.bravehost.com/index.html)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Kilgore_Trout on 30 Oct 2007, 06:47
First of all, I love this thread.

I would also like to link my webcomic. Although it´s written in my exotic language, swedish, perhaps you can enjoy the design anyways and give me some feedback on the artwork.
http://kaskelotkomix.net
Enjoy.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic HijiNKS Ensue
Post by: hijinksensue on 02 Nov 2007, 12:03
I recently started reading about Jeph and QC and thought I would introduce myself and my comic. This is my first post, so please dont flame me for linking to my comic. Seems like thats what this thread is for. My comic is the only thing I do. It takes all my free time and most of my effort so its really the best way for me to say "Hi." I hope to make some new friends here and get active in the forum. 

I started HijiNKS Ensue about 6 months ago. Its a geek comic about TV, movies, games, Apple, SciFi, teh intertron, etc.

Check it out and let me know what you think.

www.hijinksensue.com (http://www.hijinksensue.com)

Thanks guys!

-Joel
Title: Pluggin' my comic
Post by: Bachelor Ben on 02 Nov 2007, 12:40
My webcomic is www.boberfan.com (http://www.boberfan.com), and I'm a fairly modest guy, but you can really trust me when I say that boberfan is the funniest, most original webcomic ever!

-BB
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nursethalia on 07 Nov 2007, 00:26
OH I HAVE THIS TOTALLY EMO COMIC GUYZ:

http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com (http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com)

Wow...any tutorials coming up on how you do the awesome soft-glow colouring?

Oh dude, I could tell you, but you will feel so cheap and lazy afterwards. I know I do. ARE YOU STILL IN DOGG?

Sure :P
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Smurgleburf on 11 Nov 2007, 21:05
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v159/blazelust/elizabethbanner.png)  (http://www.drunkduck.com/Elizabeth/index.php)

Updates Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday

This is my friend's comic. I know for a fact that her buffer is pretty large, so updates are 100% reliable.

Summary:

Elizabeth
Rated M for violence/some disturbing themes

http://www.drunkduck.com/Elizabeth/

Elizabeth Walsh is your typical all-American girl. Raised Catholic in a single-parent household, she is bright and pretty with a hunger for books and a few grand aspirations for her future.

That is, until her mother and sisters were murdered, and she was stolen from her empty house by their assassin.

Now she finds herself consumed by the Order of the Thorn, the largest crime ring and single surviving assassin's guild in the United States. She tells herself that she will never succumb to the brutal apprentices' training and become an assassin, but the 0% failure rate of the program looks a bit... daunting.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Bachelor Ben on 23 Nov 2007, 10:34
It has been a while, and I'm saddened not to have received any remarks about my webcomic,

http://www.boberfan.com (http://www.boberfan.com). 

The comic is about Bober, an impossibly famous tv/movie star, his nerdy friends and their off-beat take on life. 

I think it is really funny and very original.  The art isn't spectacular, although it is getting better, and it really doesn't detract from the humor of the comic. 
The blog posts are thoroughly enjoyable in their own right, and not to be missed.

There's my opinion.  What do you guys and gals think?

-Bachelor Ben
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SilentJ on 25 Nov 2007, 21:53
this be my second plug for a non-forumite!

Good Buddy KaliTM (a.k.a. Teammate KaliR) writes Estatic Gods. (http://www.drunkduck.com/Estatic_Gods) She knows it's misspelled, and no it's not really on purpose (I think).

Updates shift, they started out Tues/Fri, went to Tues/Fri/Sat for a while, and due to school being in session have recently gone down to just Saturdays, with Random Art on other days.

I'm a big fan, and I even make appearances!  I will not tell who I am, though.

Read!  Enjoy!  It's Seriously Funny Stuff!  Especially 'cos this one is also about people I actually know.
Title: Such Rubbish.com
Post by: sleepingfingers on 03 Dec 2007, 11:40
I hate SuchRubbish.com!!!!
I just read http://www.suchrubbish.com/004.html and pee'd myself. 
Thanks
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jeph on 03 Dec 2007, 16:50

QC is the first webcomic I started reading regulary.  I've been doing comics for... 15 years?  I put out a few books, one of which got me nominated for an Eisner Award.  My webcomic, Nothing Better (http://www.nothing-better.com/), has been online for a little over a year and a half.

Check it out - NOTHING BETTER (http://www.nothing-better.com/).

%100 satisfaction, money-back guarantee - I promise you if you sit down and read Nothing Better, you'll get hooked, and you'll like it.

Holy moley! Hey Tyler! I love your work, it is way flattering to hear you enjoy my comic. Your art in particular makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shin-Goji on 03 Dec 2007, 18:15
Ok, here's my plug to my comic:
Twisted Kaiju Theater:
http://www.neomonsterisland.com
I'v ebeen doing this for seven years and about 1560 episodes. You don't have to watch every Godzilla movie to like it, you just have to have a strange sense of humor. I'm in the middle of a story arc right now, so I apologize profusely to anyone who gets confused and thinks I wasted their time.
This is probably a better place to start:
http://www.neomonsterisland.com/tktarkv/vol3/024/1153/1.html
or here:
http://www.neomonsterisland.com/tktarkv/vol1/001/001/lemonsours.htm
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Squee on 04 Dec 2007, 01:41
I'd plug my comic, only, it's not on the interwebs, and neither of us writers can draw worth shit.
Title: Re: Such Rubbish.com
Post by: nursethalia on 04 Dec 2007, 17:22
I hate SuchRubbish.com!!!!
I just read http://www.suchrubbish.com/004.html and pee'd myself. 
Thanks

Either it was really funny, or REALLY bad! Either way, I'm sorry I caused you to lose control of your bladder! :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jeph on 04 Dec 2007, 17:52
That really is the funniest goddamned comic you've done.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Wayfaring Stranger on 04 Dec 2007, 21:01
I'd plug my comic, only, it's not on the interwebs, and neither of us writers can draw worth shit.

Then, the point of commenting was...?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: RentAThug on 09 Dec 2007, 18:55
Just thought I'd drop by this topic again to mention that Rent-A-Thug (http://www.rentathugcomics.com/) recently hit the 50 page mark.

Okay, the 50 page mark was actually two weeks ago and I forgot to mention it here. The current page count has since jumped to 56. Check it out anyway.

www.rentathugcomics.com (http://www.rentathugcomics.com/)

Jeff
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bryanthelion on 10 Dec 2007, 05:45
No pic sigs allowed kind sir.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: arthur on 11 Dec 2007, 00:03
This is a comic that I help my friend with, unfortunately we are poor and have yet to get it up yet. He currently has it up on DeviantArt at http://fartooeasy.deviantart.com As one could guess form the name it is called "Far Too Easy", it also has a sister comic called "Visual Rape". Neither comics are all that great yet, but I thought "meh, Matt wants me to spread his comic around" so thats what I'm doing. :P
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: fwyxx on 12 Dec 2007, 21:18
I write this comic (actually a graphic novel in progress) and my cohort, Erty, draws.  It's an infinite canvas comic called "To Save a Life (http://www.ertyseidel.com)" (No relation to the pop-rock monstrosity).

If you like our work, some of our less-polished (and I mean REALLY rough) material from several years ago is located here (http://www.ertyseidel.com/graveyard/index.php).
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: The Cloaked Stranger on 13 Dec 2007, 06:53
My new site started just today.  It's either a web-novel masquerading as a comic, or a comic that thinks it's a novel, because it's prose text with some key illustrations for each page.  It's got government conspiracies, superheroes, intrigue, spies and insanity.  Plus, it just started, so you can get in on the ground floor.

http://thesamaritanproject.wordpress.com

my other project is http://nomananisland.wordpress.com which is in fact a novel, with some illustrations, and it's been running for two months so there are a lot of chapters up.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Squee on 15 Dec 2007, 02:27
Then, the point of commenting was...?

I would like to find an artist in the KC area if possible.  Or, if someone can help me drastically improve my drawing skills...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bearandkitten on 17 Dec 2007, 12:16
bear and kitten (http://www.south20th.com)

It's about a bear and a kitten.  Also penises.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: StreetSlugin on 18 Dec 2007, 23:50
http://www.thenoirproject.com/reeder (http://www.thenoirproject.com/reeder)

two rabbits, stuck in human situations, confused about love and the meaning of life...and death.

 :mrgreen:

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: salamander13 on 25 Dec 2007, 18:06
Here's mine. I have it up on a temp site until I register my own namespace.
It's called Obliviously Aware

http://salamander13.comichub.net/1/

Anyways, it should be updated once a week. I have a few comics drawn and scanned and cleaned, but I think I'll limit it to keep an even flow.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: the_shankmaster on 07 Jan 2008, 22:07
After a holiday hiatus, VLU is back with a brand new story arc.

http://vlu.smackjeeves.com/ (http://vlu.smackjeeves.com/)

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Grimmy on 10 Jan 2008, 11:49
Hmmph, well how odd that this gets posted upon the day of my triumphant return.. from .. I don't know..laziness? Anyway, sure I'll bite. I draw The Devil and Ted (http://thedevilandted.com). So .. go read, it doesn't suck not one bit.
Im hooked.
and this one (http://www.suchrubbish.com/004.html) was also reeking of awesome!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Iddstar on 18 Jan 2008, 02:26
My webcomic - http://buttonpress.smackjeeves.com/ (http://buttonpress.smackjeeves.com/) Button Press

Website currently under construction, so apologies for that. Comic is there which is the main thing.

Comic's based on real conversations/events. All pretty much word for word true.

I'd love to know what people think.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nealcomplex on 21 Jan 2008, 23:13
Hello, I am the author of a webcomic called “Suburban Anxiety.”

I am honestly surprised this thread isn't much larger...

I thought it was about time I put my name out there and start trying to see if I could get others other than friends interested in my webcomic. Without being an plug/ad whore on this board.

I started the comic back in 2003 but its been on hiatus after not going very far twice due to some major crapola happening in my personal life. But recently I got back on the horse and we are updating regularly.

The comic, originally intended to be a movie, is kind of a giant homage to the film industry. Ya know how Jephs characters geek out and talk about indie music? You can expect many conversations between the leads about who's acting job was better in what movie or which directors interpretation of Batman has  been the best in this comic. All while a major developing story unfolds itself. The comic was originally written in screenplay format at about ninety some pages. I eventually took each page and have broke it down to ninety some comics.

A note on the artwork: I am aware that the artwork on the first few strips is pretty terrible. I make no excuses for it. It was pretty much a combo of not having the proper technology available I needed to do a web comic correctly and I just couldn't draw as well back then.

At the moment, I don't even draw the comic anymore, a cast member who is also an artist has taken that over. My artwork has improved a bit since, but I honestly, between work and my social life don't have the time to write each comic, draw each comic and then do the photoshop and site maintenance all myself. I like Alex's artwork just fine for now and it makes my life a helluva lot eaiser not doing all the work myself.

The way we do the artwork is it's drawn by hand, inked and then scanned into the computer settup I have at home. From there I color it and touch it up in photoshop as best I can. Alex and I both agree we like drawing on paper better than a wacom tablet (though I am sure we had a wacom tablet at the moment it would make doing backgrounds 10000x easier) because we just think the drawings look more pure. And it saves us from going stir crazy sitting in front of computers all day.

The story is just starting. I really think we have a good story to tell you folks and anyone who would become a loyal reader and learn about us and our characters and our sick sick world we call home is very much appreciated.

Sorry if I pander to much.

Anywho, I hope you all start reading. We currently update Monday and Friday only but we are soon looking to update in the middle of the week as well.

So, I present to you, the web comic readers at the QC forums...

http://www.suburbananxiety.com (http://www.suburbananxiety.com)

Enjoy!



Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: a-train on 24 Jan 2008, 06:11
I signed up for the forums to find out why the RSS feed hasn't updated for a couple days, but hey, a chance to plug mah webcomicz: http://www.friendlystegosaurus.com (http://www.friendlystegosaurus.com)

There's a dog, a penguin, and a stegosaurus. They have adventures. They argue. It's fun.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jbn on 31 Jan 2008, 04:29
Ah, this is the thread for me.

http://crai.subterra.se (http://crai.subterra.se)

Crai is a series of cyberpunk webcomics, a setting for fiction and project for tracking cool stuff and general cyberpunk goodness. The current story is Louis III.

This even feels like an appropriate pimpage as Jeph has repeatedly referenced the Gibson ;)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nursethalia on 08 Feb 2008, 00:40
I was a bit too shy to plug myself, but I figured what the heck. Overcome teh fears!

Such Rubbish (http://suchrubbish.com)

There. I did it. Now go reads it!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: pen on 08 Feb 2008, 10:36
Nursethalia, I really like your comic!  It's cute.    :-)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nursethalia on 09 Feb 2008, 21:18
Nursethalia, I really like your comic!  It's cute.    :-)

Thank you!  :lol:
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Mattzors on 10 Feb 2008, 10:54
I have to agree with pen, nursethalia. I enjoy your comic muchly =)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Caseus on 13 Feb 2008, 18:29
Shameless plugging? Don't mind if I do!

www.misplacedinspace.com/comic

A silly new sci-fi comedy. My partner Nix does the comic while I handle technical things, and we have a couple browser-based games in the works.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: sleepingfingers on 19 Feb 2008, 14:26
Ok here is my shameless Plug...let me know what you think.

http://www.webcomicsnation.com/sergio/naivety/series.php (http://www.webcomicsnation.com/sergio/naivety/series.php)

I really enjoyed the comic.  It is a perspective rarely observed in webcomics.  I would only add that your page isn't the greatest at ease of navigation.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: flauntit on 20 Feb 2008, 17:44
I'll have to agree with everyone and say, nursethalia, I'm really enjoying your comic.  And I just noticed you live in Idaho, as do I!  Great job with the whole comic!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: mildlyhotpeppers on 22 Feb 2008, 13:44
Just joined the QC forums - pretty snazzy place!

My plug: http://www.mildlyhotpeppers.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Stefan Autsa on 22 Feb 2008, 14:13
I really do hope that all these 2nd or 3rd post evah people are actually considering staying and posting more, rather than just dropping their comic plug and leaving again :/ 'cos if that's the case, there's not much point replying w/feedback! Plus I'm curious to know who you all are so I can be more inclined to care about said comic plug.

Anyways, it's nice that so many people are creating things :)



I actually only signed up here to show my comic (http://thineappellation.com), but I ended up staying around for a while and enjoying the atmosphere.  I haven't been around in a while, so I think I'll take advantage of rememering my password to this account.

Nothin' wrong with showing off your goods.  People are always willing to buy.  So to speak.



Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Isign9 on 25 Feb 2008, 13:30
Hi, I have a sci-fi horror comic book at http://www.datwilliamscomics.com - it rocks

I'm diggin on Suchrubbish.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: apexcp on 26 Feb 2008, 22:06
Hello - I have a funky ass photo comic over at http://theadventuresof.wordpress.com/

It's funky-ass and updated entirely too often.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: In Mother Russia on 28 Feb 2008, 09:08
I'm going to plug my garbage website.

Q: Updated in the past few years?
A: Nope. Hold your breath.

www.zackgardner.com (http://www.zackgardner.com)

There are some upped comics, but no real webcomics...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: evilphil on 05 Mar 2008, 23:12
Hi guys, I've been reading QC a while, only fairly recently actually noticed the forums ...
Anyways, on to the plug. My friend and I have been writing Indifferently Evil http://www.indifferentlyevil.com/ (http://www.indifferentlyevil.com/) for several months now - or rather, I do most of the writing, he does all of the drawing (you do not want to see the abominations I laughingly call drawing), and another friend runs the site.
The comic is random, sometimes surreal, and contains material that may offend some viewers.
I hope you enjoy, and we always appreciate any feedback.

- Phil
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Eddurd on 06 Mar 2008, 22:04
Hey, why not?  When I can spare a few hours from work, home repair, and anything else my wife thinks of, I put down some randome scribbles called "Everyday Heroes".  The comic centers around a superhero living in suburbia, trying to balance fighting evil with parent-teacher conferences and getting along with the neighbors.

http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/series.php

Reader feedback is a rare treasure and always appreciated.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Shadies on 11 Mar 2008, 10:49
I'm trying to start a comic. More just trying to learn and the whole process from creating an idea to laying it out, drawing, painting everything. They're just up on a blog but it's not too shabby. Feedback would be great. Thanks  :-)



http://touchfuzzy.blogspot.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: crave-the-bullet on 23 Mar 2008, 02:03
I've been doing my comic for, like, over a year now, I think.  I've had enough people say either "I love your comic, it reminds me of Questionable Content!" or "I hate your comic, it reminds me of Questionable Content!" that I decided it was high time I tried to leech me some readers.  That's right, I said leech.  'Cause, let's be honest, I'll probably never post here again.  I'm too busy updating my comic 5 days a week.  (Also slinging out random sketches on the weekends.)  Anyway, let's just get to the link, shall we?  Between Failures (http://betweenfailures.com/)  See?  It also has two words put together to make the title.  If you're a fan of comics with two word titles you're gonna love Between Failures.  It fits your strangely lax criteria.  Anyway, it starts out black & white, then changes to glorious colortone later on.  Sometimes I even get a background slid in there.  I know what you're thinking...  Too good to be true, right?  Myep, probably, but that's neither here nor there.  The fact remains that I desire readers, and I've found a few comics I like in the short time I've been snooping around here, so the system works.  The glorious, candy-coated, system...  Also, I am actually a fan of QC.  It's one of the comics that inspired me to try making my own.  So, even though I'm not here, saying stuff, know that I'm right there every day waiting to see what happens.  (Faye and Sven?  Who didn't see it coming?)  Anyway, that's all for me, later taters.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: boxbrown on 25 Mar 2008, 15:56
Bellen! by Box Brown is your new awesome (http://www.webcomicsnation.com/boxbrown)

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: celticgeek on 26 Mar 2008, 22:30
Free hosting here, although I don't know much about how easy it is to use.

http://www.bravenet.com/ (http://www.bravenet.com/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: C Patrick Carolan on 26 Mar 2008, 23:41
There's also:

http://www.comicgenesis.com/ (never used it)
http://www.comicspace.com (not too shabby)

Or you could always get a blog and a PhotoBucket account and do it that way.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: LordMantir on 27 Mar 2008, 05:24
zerogradient.blogspot.com (http://zerogradient.blogspot.com)

It's not been going long, but I do hope to keep it going, but as the art style is not too complex (think XKCD but... well, you'll see) the cartoons are quick to make, so I should be able to keep updating without too much stress. The idea is to have self-contained jokes but recurring people that gradually build up a sense of character.

EDIT: If anyone's actually looking at the comic, I apologise for the sporadic updates; the internet on the computer wth the cartoons is dead or dying.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ohwellwhatever on 01 Apr 2008, 14:41
http://www.bluebed.net
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: dredgeups on 03 Apr 2008, 10:32
My comic is www.piecomic.com (http://www.piecomic.com)
It's the webcomic you'd do if you weren't busy.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: laurenamillion on 11 Apr 2008, 14:51
http://edinboroughcomics.com/

It's a comic on a hill, and it's brand new.  We update M/W/F.

Go crazy! 

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SleeperCylon on 14 Apr 2008, 20:23
Um.  Backwaterplanet.com.  Started out as Exco for two years, then changed to Backwater Planet at the start of 2006.

It's basically a space opera parody that's very character driven.  And as you go through the strip the art goes from barely presentable to sightly more presentable!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Liz on 18 Apr 2008, 18:50
My comic is www.piecomic.com (http://www.piecomic.com)
It's the webcomic you'd do if you weren't busy.

I really, really like your comic. I just read the whole archive in an afternoon and laughed a lot.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: petmilk on 20 Apr 2008, 17:01
my comic, 12 steps from superman:
http://www.webcomicsnation.com/petmilk/twelvesteps

it's got your three favorite things: superheroes, alcohol, and moustaches.

also, ironic music taste:
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/dactampr/webcomic_elton.jpg)

it's not comedic so deal with it.

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Meltonian on 21 Apr 2008, 14:25
My effort is called Doormat Picnic, and can be found here: http://www.doormatpicnic.com

It updates three times a week.  I spend upwards of four hours on each strip, which may not always be evident but hopefully indicates that I am serious about it.  It only launched last week so I'm still very much feeling my way around, but at least it's out there.

Plug over!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Avi LaVenti on 25 Apr 2008, 14:15
My comic! Is http://www.molluskantics.com (http://www.molluskantics.com).

It updates daily...
Somehow.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Fluxuation on 02 May 2008, 12:25
http://blenderman.wordpress.com/ (http://blenderman.wordpress.com/)

that's a friend of mine's webcomic. its pretty new. they only have like 5 strips I believe.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Cold on 03 May 2008, 09:20
Oh I do this thing (http://familycircusofvalues.blogsome.com/) as well now I guess

It's about as original as oxygen but I guess it's pretty funny and that's the important thing

Who the fuck took away all the fucking full stops up in this piece goddammit
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Hamm on 07 May 2008, 16:48
Am I a big enough whore to make my first post a shameless plug for my own comic?  Yes.  Yes I am. 

Started off as a run of the mill gaming comic, but in the multiple rewrites has evolved into much much more.  Now if only my partner in crime, the Artist, can start cranking out more strips.

www.flashbackhumor.com

But QC rocks much harder annnnnnd has eleven hundred strips more.  *sigh*  *conceeds to Jeph's utter domination of all*
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Seigea on 08 May 2008, 12:32
I draw http://www.myjazzbar.com (http://www.myjazzbar.com) updates Mon.-Fri. Good fun for anyone
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jhewelt on 16 May 2008, 19:19
http://www.calltoheroes.com (http://www.calltoheroes.com) full page color weekly by the affiable Brandon Bahr.

Got the first book done and we're uploading it every wednesday, make sure to subscribe to our Rss feed so you can check back.

- J
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: InstantRamen on 21 May 2008, 18:35
http://bearcatbummers.comicgenesis.com

I actually use a similar production technique to Jeph. I was surprised. The only difference is I usually lack shading and thus just do my coloring on the same level with a "darken" brush tool.  :mrgreen:

and thus ends the only plug I will ever give myself for the sake of plugging.
the end.
fin.
.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: dash on 25 May 2008, 08:12
Well if there are any fans of manga then you might enjoy my comic:

http://seiki-jutsu.blogspot.com (http://seiki-jutsu.blogspot.com)

You can also read it here (http://seiki-jutsu.smackjeeves.com/comics/373723/chapter-1-fix-me-cover/) if you don't feel like clicking on all the images to make them bigger.

In staying true the Japanese style of drawings I have arranged the panels so they read from RIGHT to LEFT. I hope this doesn't hurt your brain too much. Also I use some Japanese effects, which are all defined here (http://seiki-jutsu.com/definitions.html).

A very basic plot intro is as follows:

In a world where humanity has been forced to live on or around an enormous tree called SEIKI, a recent power struggle between the two ruling factions has resulted in the ban and confiscation of almost all technology. This has made trouble for our two main characters, one a young female genius with just about anything electronic and the other a robot she built. Taking refuge amongst the roots of the tree, they've been living out the last few years of their forced refuge in relative peace and harmony. But of course, not everything is as it seems...

Have a look if it sounds interesting to you, there aren't too many pages yet (20), but I'd love to get some feedback if anyone wants to comment.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: 67thavenue on 28 May 2008, 14:17
wow.  lotsa plugged comics.

my comic is 67th avenue.  (http://www.67thavenue.com)

it's about jamie and tammy.  they do stuff. right now i'm in the middle of a huge arc (20 parts so far) and it's leading up to one hell of a kung fu-y fight!  i say kung fu-y cuz judo-y sounds funny.

i only update weekly (right now) but there's a about 160 comics in my archive.  check it out.  it's awesome!

oh, there's also a talking llama.

-Jamie :mrgreen:
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Wufang on 11 Jun 2008, 09:39
Hello everyone!  My comic is called World's Worst Girlfriend and can be found at this link: http://www.klrtech.com/WWG/wwg.htm  it is updated every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Despite the seemingly misogynistic (called that by a person who I bet didn't read it) title, it's about Jaime (an artist) and her best friend Julia (racecar driver and bar manager) and their relationships.  Mostly its a humor comic, but lately I've been dipping into the adventure/mystery well, too. 

*Please note that I've been having server problems lately and the entire site might not show up.  Just try again later.  Thank you!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: DeuceRok on 12 Jun 2008, 07:38
Hey,

I just wanted to thank Jeph for posting his tutorial. It was really helpful!!! I bought a tablet and Photoshop to give this end result. For all the dinosaur fans out there, you'll be relatively pleased.

(http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=32457795&l=56149&id=33600381)

-Deuce.Rok
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Bad on 14 Jun 2008, 21:08
Zipper Accident (http://"http://www.zipperaccident.com)

Howdy hi QC readers, just figured I'd take the opportunity to post my new webcomic that launched this weekend. Things are still a bit rough html wise, and of course my drawing abilities will be improving with time, but I'd love to get some initial feedback on the comic as a whole.

FAQ:

"Oh great it's another Penny Arcade/CAD/etc knockoff isn't it? A couple cliche 20-somethin year olds living together and talking about video games!"


- I dunno. Is Family Guy a knock off of Simpsons? I suppose there are quite a few similarities between Zipper Accident and a plethora of other comics out there but hey, you write about what you know and things your readers can relate to. I suppose I could've made the comic about two beavers that live on a space station orbiting the planet Googlorflex for the sake of originality, but truth be told I don't know a whole lot about space beavers. The comic will be focusing more on movies and real life issues though I'm sure video games will rear their head as I am quite a fan.


"When do you update?"

- Three times a week. Working on getting about a dozen comics up this week and then next week will begin updating on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.


"What is this comic about?"

- Just real life commentary and satire... some jokes and humorous events that we experience and decide to orchestrate into the comic.. also looking at starting a series called "If We Directed It" where we make crucial changes to various films in order to improve the cinematic experience or to just poke fun at the movie.




So do check us out and let me know what you think! If you like us I urge you to bookmark the site! If you are a webcomic owner yourself, shoot me an email if you want to work out some kind of mutual advertisement gig. We will update each week, and try our hardest to entertain and enlighten.


Ok so maybe just entertain.


Zipper Accident (http://html://www.zipperaccident.com)

You will laugh.

You will cry.

You will probably want to get tested.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Illumilatte on 14 Jun 2008, 22:59
Well...I might as well throw my comic out here, since I have the site working. I do have the first 10 comics up.

If anyone knows of a good tutorial for customizing your site with ComicPress, that would be awesome. It works...but doesn't look like I want it to.

http://www.topsecretilluminati.com/

It's heavily story based, so needs to be read from the beginning.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: mepulixer on 19 Jun 2008, 11:49
Alright, so this isn't actually my comic, but it's a friend's. He refuses to plug it anywhere, so I am forced to do so because it's just too good be unknown.

About:
It's a comic rendered in Blender (IE, it's totally in 3D), and it's about a group of robots in a landscape that likes to spontaneously re-invent itself. I can't tell if there's going to be a real story to it yet (because he doesn't tell me much about future comics and it's just in the beginning stages), but as of now, it's just really funny and the art is pretty amazing. It's updated once a week on Saturday, and he's really good about being on time.

Anyway, without further ado... here's the link to ustherobots.com (http://ustherobots.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Vertical Stripes on 21 Jun 2008, 22:04
Yaaaaay plugs.

I started a webcomic a couple of months ago.  I'm a writing student at university and attempting to be a journalist/children's author, if I can manage it.  The reason I switched into visual medium was that a friend asked me to start writing a script so he'd have a regular project to work on, art-wise.  His drawing can be a little awkward in some panels and then absolutely perfect in other panels, but for all I know, so can my writing.

It's about two university girls who both get employed for the split personalities of a Private Eye/Criminal Mastermind and attempt to persuade him to tilt permanently towards either good or evil.  Not really a punchline-type comic, but if you don't find it generally humourous then I'm doing something wrong.  Also hints of drama and absurdism.

Daisychains (http://making-daisychains.com)

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: DanteShepherd on 23 Jun 2008, 17:55
Jeph said something about the internet being incredibly democratic in the way it filters out crap from the good stuff, so I don't feel bad by plugging my own photo-comic here - if it's any good, then it'll get a little respect, and if it's bad, then it will quickly be ignored, so hey, here goes:

Surviving the World

A photocomic (because I can't draw).  Providing lessons on science, literature, love, and life, a wide range of topics but a consistent laugh.

Think the Far Side if Gary Larson only had a chalkboard and no ability to draw.

http://survivingtheworld.net

I'm pretty sure it's enjoyable (at least the people I've shown it to so far have felt so), so let me know what you think.  Thanks all.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: FiskFisk33 on 24 Jun 2008, 03:39
Whee Patheticness! :D

It's not regularly updated...

It's made from quite ugly sprites...

It's totally random...

but its mine :D xD

http://detluktarfisk.stripgenerator.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: NemoGreen on 25 Jun 2008, 14:47
Dispatches From Ring City (http://blog1.toon-fx.com/)

Half-blog, half-web comic, original photography made into cartoons.

Also on my to-do list:
1 - overthrow the evil JoyTech Global Improvement Company,
2 - stave off the impending environmental apocalypse, and
3 - get Aurora Lively to fall in love with me.

I eat comments and feedback for breakfast (meaning I need them to live!)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: malec2b on 25 Jun 2008, 21:11
Ultimate Nerds (http://www.ultimate-nerds.com)

I write the webcomic and my friend draws it.  It alternates between one-off joke strips and stories.  The stories sometimes focus on the main characters of the comic, but sometimes they go off onto different stories that involve fantasy and super-powers.

It usually updates 3 times a week, on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule.

I've been doing the comic for about a year now and have over 100 comics.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Trefmawr on 28 Jun 2008, 20:10
Something I do for kicks every couple of days?

Chronicles of a Trevor (http://www.drunkduck.com/Chronicles_of__a_Trevor/)

(http://magi-ma.com/images/coat_011.jpg)

Drop by sometime?

:x
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Casey383 on 21 Jul 2008, 08:41
Well, here comes the shameless plugging. I really dont get tired of it.  :-)

Ravilob is the name of a town in which the locals question, make fun of, and sometimes try to survive the weirdness of rural living.

www.ravilob.com (http://www.ravilob.com)
Ravilob is just under two months old and updates every monday wednesday and friday. Drawn and writen By Casey Williams, the Ravilob style is hand drawn and lettered in recognition of older comic titles like Bloom County and Calvin and Hobbes. The main characters featured, so far, are: Hugo Ravilob, He is the character that we see lifes daily problems through. Mort: An alien that came to earth and stayed for the beer. Robot, A completely innocent being trying to understand humanities foibles.
www.ravilob.com (http://www.ravilob.com)

I look forward to everyone coming by and checking out Ravilob for the first time.

Casey

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jessco on 24 Jul 2008, 07:35
Me and a friend do an "MS Paint only" blog comic thing we have named "NO HEED".

Some of it is just a one panel deal, but lately we've been working on making superheroes called "Bangers and Mash".

It's worth a look.

www.noheed.blogspot.com

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: penguinsauce on 25 Jul 2008, 04:28
link is in the sig. just getting started again after 8 years!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: nursethalia on 28 Jul 2008, 14:28
http://www.bluebed.net

... :-o  All I can say is...WOW. I wish I had a smidgen of your talent! Your illustrations are fantastic!


My effort is called Doormat Picnic, and can be found here: http://www.doormatpicnic.com

Your comic is GREAT! It reminds me so much of Scary Go Round art-wise, which I envy! Keep up the good work!!!!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TheArcanologist on 28 Jul 2008, 22:20
I suppose this thread is here so people don't spam jephs mailbox with "link me!  link me!" requests.  I bet people still do, though.

Arcanology (http://www.arcanology.net) is me.  I'm pretty proud of it, especially my later work (that is to say, my last half dozen updates...).  My other comic is Sticks and Stones (http://www.arcanology.net/sticksandstones); it's sort of a side project, but I really like it and enjoy drawing it.

-Louis
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: pinch25 on 30 Jul 2008, 20:25
This is a webcomic that two friends of mine and I all work on.  Make that just me and one friend, sadly the female of our group has abandoned us. In other news, there's a new layout for the website which we hope is agreeable.Gelastic Comics (http://www.gelasticcomics.com/). ^.^ Enjoy.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: druminor on 02 Aug 2008, 20:47
I draw a comic strip called The Antillian Chronicles.  It's primarily a fantasy webcomic.

http://theantillianchronicles.comicgenesis.com/ (http://theantillianchronicles.comicgenesis.com/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SpaceBanditAndy on 05 Aug 2008, 02:19
I'll make this quick and painless:

http://www.fallcomic.com

Read it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: redleader on 07 Aug 2008, 19:52
I didn't even realize QC HAD a forum.  Well, my comic has a few strips under it's sleeve now, and is undergoing a complete site design.  I'm very new at the drawing game, but I'm getting better and I've had compliments on the writing.  Give it a try, partially cliche or not it's fun!

www.endbosscomic.com (http://www.endbosscomic.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: thatsketchycarterboy on 09 Aug 2008, 16:08
Love QC!  Just started a little webcomic about the bar habits of mosquitoes.  It's at www.lavidaskeeter.com   
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tuna ketchup x on 15 Aug 2008, 06:09
I have an OFFline comic if that counts. It's called "Evolution Comics" and I'm almost done with the second issue. Jesus teams up with a dinosaur, an atheist, a Mormon robot, and Shiva to defeat Satan, who works as a mattress salesman. Self-produced because my drawing is not too great, but I'm getting better! I've never thought of putting it online because honestly I really prefer comics you hold in your hands. I mean, I love QC and xkcd and Dinosaur Comics and all, but I can't read them on the bus. But yeah maybe when the second issue is printed I'll plug it here as being for sale, if that's allowed.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: funnyblood on 24 Aug 2008, 20:09
Funny Blood

http://www.funnyblood.wordpress.com

Please be aware that Funny Blood is intended for an audience of 18+ due to mature content.

Thanks.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: thistastes on 31 Aug 2008, 13:08
Another sketch blog?  WTF?

http://steelandstripe.blogspot.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 05 Sep 2008, 15:24
www.traitor-comic.blogspot.com

Note: the first six updates were drawn by my good friend, all subsequent updates are written/drawn/colored by yours truly. Updates only once a week due to wicked time constraints.

Also check out www.brillianteraser.blogspot.com, which is where I post all other projects (films, short stories, and other comics).
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: edenhearts on 06 Sep 2008, 19:00
I just started my comic :)
Mostly about computer nerd-ism, and general scenesters.

http://www.hearton.wordpress.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Silverhailo21 on 13 Sep 2008, 09:40
Well.

Here I am. I knew it was only a matter of time before it happened.

Any way, hi all, just kind scooting through. Plugging my webcomic Senescence and Thunder (http://www.rocproductions.net). If epic brutality, Beksinski inspired surealism and a story told from the perspective of a nearly omnipotent character sounds like your thing... come on by. It worth your time. For those that care, I have cheap ad space available on it (if you are hip to Project Wonderful) and I'm gaining a decent following, getting some sweet-ass 'hits' if you catch my drift. So come on by, enjoy the stay, and... err...

...

Watch out for the pools of god blood.

^_^
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Akiliana on 18 Sep 2008, 22:30
Hi All, long time QC reader first time poster. Here's my litte slice of webcomic
It's called Ellipses...Left Unsaid
Please check it out?
Click Here for Left Unsaid (http://leftunsaid.smackjeeves.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: mrtuesday42 on 20 Sep 2008, 16:59
well this doesnt exactly fit but enough of you are internet, gaming, webcomic nuts that this would be interested. im doing a web show with some friends of mine, we just posted episode 2 but dont play on stopping any time soon. so check us out, a lot of people are liking it. any feed back would be appreciated. join the forum there, propagate. make babies. etc.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 21 Sep 2008, 15:30
Note: new website!

Traitor is now available at www.brillianteraser.wordpress.com

Just click the links on the right-hand side of the new page to access Traitor and some of my other projects. Traitor will still be updating Mondays. Cheers.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Cronny on 24 Sep 2008, 10:03
Hey, so not to be the asshole who registers just to promote his own stuff, but...

Really, though, I'm a big QC fan.  I've just never come to the forums.  Anyway, I just started a webcomic at:

Cronny.com (http://www.cronny.com)

I've been reading webcomics with the ambition of creating my own for a long time.  I'm trying to avoid what I've identified as the typical pitfalls and cliches of webcomics (knowledge of nerd culture notwithstanding), and I've tried my best to make it stand out.  I already have a couple of general story arcs that I'm building towards, with enough room to dick around with that it'll hopefully still feel unconstrained.  If you have any input or criticism, I'd love to hear it.  Or if you like it and want to link to it from your site, that would also be great. 

I have no idea how to get my name out there.  I agree that the internet is most definitely a meritocracy, but I think that for webcomics, there's sort of a missing step.

1) Create webcomic
2) Tell your friends
X) Miraculously get lots of hits
3) Start selling t-shirts/Quit your day job

I'm very serious about this thing, but I'm a little bit at a loss as to how to make people aware of it.  Jeph, I'm new to the boards, so I have no idea how much you check out threads like these, but if you want to take a look, I'd really appreciate it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tuna ketchup x on 29 Sep 2008, 19:54
Another sketch blog?  WTF?

http://steelandstripe.blogspot.com/

Your sketches are really cute!

Cronny: Just like with any art form, webcomics have to fill a need, if "need" is the word for it. QC is my soap-opera comic, Dinosaur Comics is for the lulz, A Softer World is for the dark lulz, xkcd and Overclocked for the nerd quotient, and so on. Figure out what niche you want to cover with your comic. Of course most webcomics are around for YEARS before they become mega-popular so I wouldn't quit your day job just yet. Seriously it is really hard to support yourself with a web business in this day and age and that has to be even harder when the only "product" you're selling (aside from t-shirts) are your ideas.

(If you do sell t-shirts try to send them out promptly! Wink wink.)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Cronny on 01 Oct 2008, 19:00
Oh, yeah, for sure.  I'm not hoping to becoming an overnight success, I'm just lamenting the missing step in terms of making people even aware of you.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Comix on 01 Oct 2008, 20:39
The Joe Comic

The Joe Comic started out as drawings on a piece of paper, and grew into a small site with updates weekly. Joe is a stick figure who wears a top hat and travels the world, meeting new friends, enemies and other fascinating things.

The comic updates Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with two comics per update.

www.thejoecomic.com (http://www.thejoecomic.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JunkFX on 02 Oct 2008, 06:39
First off, since this is my first post, let me thank Jeph for the wonderful story and characters you have given to us over the years.  Thank you so much.  My girlfriend and I read them every day.

As for the self promotion, we have two sites, Darth JayDer (http://www.darthjayder.com) is our home for all our comics (1 is almost complete and the other two are in the process, and  The LOST myspace (http://www.myspace.com/lostcomicbook) where you can download our first issue for free.  The book is called "Lost" and it has nothing to do with that TV show.  It's a romantic comedy for guys.

We would love to hear what people think about our book.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Nettle on 10 Oct 2008, 22:39
http://www.drunkduck.com/Notebook -trying to get it up and running again and I'd love some views.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: thistastes on 14 Oct 2008, 06:54
Another sketch blog?  WTF?

http://steelandstripe.blogspot.com/

Your sketches are really cute!



Thanks!  My mom thinks they're cute too but she has to say that because she loves me. 
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JD on 14 Oct 2008, 15:30
Anyway, without further ado... here's the link to ustherobots.com (http://ustherobots.com)


I like the humor in this comic and it's layout is nice and clean, some comics have trouble with that.

tell your friend to keep 'em coming.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 14 Oct 2008, 18:25
Anyway, without further ado... here's the link to ustherobots.com (http://ustherobots.com)

I have found a new comic to add to my list of favorites.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bpatrick on 19 Oct 2008, 19:11
My comic akimbo comics (http://www.akimbocomics.com) has been up for about two years. There are three novel-length stories currently updating, several finished short stories, and over 100 strips in the "eat $#!+ and die" section. Check 'em out and let me know what you think!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Cap'n Treacherous on 19 Oct 2008, 19:51
(http://ironicwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/cornii-12-finished.gif) (http://ironicwebsite.com/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tuna ketchup x on 27 Oct 2008, 06:31
Others will probably disagree, but I laughed at your comic CNT.

I hope this doesn't count as advertispam, but I published the second issue of my comic book zine a few weeks ago, and just got around to putting it up on Etsy yesterday. The first is already up there. Evolution Comics, check it out, buy it plz. (http://www.etsy.com/search_results.php?search_type=tag_title&search_query=evolution+comics) Say you're from the QC forums and I'll throw in a button or something.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BigJC on 31 Oct 2008, 22:27
Hurray for Shameless plugs! http://upheaval.comicdish.com (http://upheaval.comicdish.com)

I've recently moved mine since the old host was becoming increasingly... poopy. Let me know what you think
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: falconire on 15 Nov 2008, 12:53
My own slice of webcomicry. www.supernaturalspresents.com a dramatic story about people in the late 19th century with supernatural powers. Full page B&W, updates on Mondays.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: DougGlendower on 21 Nov 2008, 09:54
Hi, I've been reading QC for a while now, and it was a blast meeting Jeph at ComicCon '08. Would have been the highlight, but damnit, Don Bluth showed up and stole his thunder. :)

Shameless plug? Oh, I can totally do this. It helps, for my comics, if you're familiar with the Battletech universe.

Comic One: MINIATURE RULES (http://battletech.cavaliercavalry.com/mrules.htm) (Every Monday)

In the 31st Century, war has come to dominate the galaxy. Five noble houses and 7 warrior clans fight over the vacant throne of a deposed Star Lord. While the nobles and leaders manuever for position, the ordinary soldiers are focused on one thing:

Making you laugh, as they could care less.

Battletech novels are all about the all-too serious leaders, but with 4000 planets, you can be sure things go wrong on a regular basis. Follow along with Lootbag, JadeHellbringer, the Capellan Twins, Director Starslayer and the rest to take an irreverent look at the true day-to-day workings of the Inner Sphere, all in Miniature Rules

Miniature Rules: Fleecing the game world since 2007.
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Comic Two: Operation: Red Array (http://comics.cavaliercavalry.com/redarray.htm) (Every other Thursday)

In 3067, the Word of Blake launched their Jihad. One of the first worlds to fall was Chara III, also known as Pacifica, and the place where the Cresent Hawks reassembled. For four and a half years the population has suffered under the Blakist yoke, but now, in 3072, the Lyran offensive has finally caught up. The Blakists hold the planet, but now the Commonwealth is going to take it back!
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There's a new project coming, and talks are in works to find someone to take over the currently defunct BreadBox (http://comics.cavaliercavalry.com/breadbox.htm).
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: GrimAndy on 25 Nov 2008, 06:01
howdy! this is prolly one of my first time on the QC talky place.. read all the comics but never once actually thought of coming in here and taking a look... one thing that amazed me is the plug your comic.. thats just crazy... but super awsome at the same time... its awsome how jeph is willing to help out a comic no matter how big or smal or great or crappy... and so on and so forth...
anyhoo seeing as everyone's dropping theirs ill follow suit. ..

www.skampydethkat.co.cc (http://www.skampydethkat.co.cc) is our little home away from home... we're still pretty fresh on the block but soon we will take over the world! or just a small island... maybe a provence... who knows...
Keep it Real
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: foodstapler on 08 Dec 2008, 06:09
Hello all,

loyal reader of QC for 4 years now!

I am currently in my exams, and I remembered something.

Last exams I posted something online. Something that I am very much ashamed of!  :-o It is just that awefull.

But, nonetheless, I wich to share my sucky talent to the rest of you all.

http://squarerootcomic.blogspot.com/

I would say "enjoy"

But that is impossible.

Regards,
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ohwellwhatever on 25 Dec 2008, 13:33
http://www.bluebed.net

... :-o  All I can say is...WOW. I wish I had a smidgen of your talent! Your illustrations are fantastic!


thanks, that's very sweet of you
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: LeSwordfish on 05 Jan 2009, 01:09
It will probably go unnoticed in the sea of brilliance around here, but my stickman comic, Social Networking (link in sig) needs SOME readers. A comic about whatever comes into my head, its only on comic 3 and already on a wobbly heading due to lazy artist (i'm the writer). Most of the future comics should look more like comic one (graphics-wise), and we should actually start drawing it soon, on a tablet like his great Jephness uses.

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: xlcomics on 05 Jan 2009, 03:53
See my sig for my webcomic :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: cwoolard on 08 Jan 2009, 00:03
Not sure if it counts as a "webcomic", as the "art" is made with a video game engine, but here it is:

"I Don't Get It Either." (http://claytonwoolard.blogspot.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 21 Jan 2009, 15:37
Hey, I'm new here, but I saw this thread and decided to post.

I write, draw, color, sometimes get too busy to do....

http://www.grumpycomics.com

yay!

 I put in all my effort and I've been working as hard as I can with college and work to get it up, running and awesome.

I'm super proud of pages 39 onward, and feel I've been improving since the early pages..

It's about some friends, they get involved in odd adventures. The first and main story line gives the main character Evan, an  Artificial intelligence built into his computer and the likes of "Squid Connery". Evan has friends Willow, Scott and Patrick to help him out.

By the way, Evan kinda has emo hair sometimes, as much as I try to avoid it, it comes out that way. Don't judge him. He's pretty cool.

I'd really appreciate comments and critiques. Knowing my weak points and improving on them is the best way to get better right? lol.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: evernew on 26 Jan 2009, 06:04
I make fun of myself and create bad art.
And I let those to thingers have a bastard child just now.

The idea came from a trusty forumite. He might have been yanking my chain.
The stuff I showed him was very rude and tactless though. (It was grading my little brother's barely-legal female friends' fuckability.)
But there is so much more to me than sex jokes.

Like my transformation to plastic superstar.
(http://i41.tinypic.com/6poro2.jpg)

Or my new sunglasses.
(http://i44.tinypic.com/33vl26t.jpg)

Oh, I forgot to tell you, I can't draw.
Probably didn't need to tell you that.
Because that is obvious. Awesome.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jace on 26 Jan 2009, 07:37
Those are Ace, but you already knew that, now what is the link so we can find them more readily?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 03 Feb 2009, 12:09
Moved again. Finally shelled out the cash to buy/host my own domain. Traitor still updates on Mondays.

Yes, I did do all the HTML myself. Don't judge me too harshly.

See you there.

http://brillianteraser.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: AdamW on 07 Feb 2009, 13:28
Hi there,

I have a webcomic called 'Friends in Fire' at http://www.fnfcomics.com (http://www.fnfcomics.com)

It's about a group of friends who have a strained relationship due to their differences.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Eddurd on 12 Feb 2009, 16:12
A major event is coming at "Everyday Heroes" ...
(http://i197.photobucket.com/albums/aa26/eddurd/Hero_5_37.jpg)

http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/series.php
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Floyds Boy on 12 Feb 2009, 18:20
Try Legendary Boys of Floyd on for size. Funny, pop culture-y, caffeinated.

http://www.boysoffloyd.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Fifth on 15 Feb 2009, 08:26
Reposted from its own thread.

On my site, www.fifthstories.org/ (http://www.fifthstories.org/) I've got a vampire/werewolf story thing running in serialized form, kinda like a weekly webcomic, but I'm better with words than images, so it's all text. I've also got a fan-fic (yes I know, but I was young and needed the money) from a giant-robot game.

So if that's your thing, feel free to take a look.

I just read the above, and Good Heaven, I'm bad at whoring myself out.
Title: Lord Knows
Post by: Kinewa on 19 Feb 2009, 16:10
Here's mine: http://lord-knows.com

Hope you enjoy it, although I have an interesting sense of humour ;)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Trollstormur on 19 Feb 2009, 21:21
I hear random is in this season.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Kinewa on 20 Feb 2009, 17:33
Haha it makes sense if you're in my head. Come to think of it, I'm not sure anything in there makes sense....
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TLT Thomas on 27 Feb 2009, 20:36
I guess this would be a good time to plug Times Like This (http://www.timeslikethis.com), since I cameoed a few QC folks in the latest one. TLT is about a young lady who makes a time machine and uses it to get ahead in life. Only a small circle of friends, a dwarf secret agent and a robot from the 2020's share her secret.
Title: My comic
Post by: pabswikk on 12 Mar 2009, 15:41
Ok, I know this may look awkward as this is only my second post....but I just started a comic strip thingy...today and I was looking for some feedback.
Oh and remember this first comic is only tester. Second one will have colour and be devoid of awful awful jokes.

www.abstract-thinking.net (http://www.abstract-thinking.net)
Title: Re: My comic
Post by: joesoar on 14 Mar 2009, 17:20
Ok, I know this may look awkward as this is only my second post....but I just started a comic strip thingy...today and I was looking for some feedback.
Oh and remember this first comic is only tester. Second one will have colour and be devoid of awful awful jokes.


I'd Say this,

A) Don't diss your comic because you don't want people to see it and think it's bad because it's your first shot at the strip. It doesn't look awful to me.
B) If you ARE going to color it and make better jokes, DO IT. I think that if you think you're funny, then you should be it and do your best.

Strip one can change to something better by strip five, so keep doing it. I posted my comic www.grumpycomics.com and I think that I've improved a lot, but I wish I stood by my comic before. I think that if you try to be positve about it, you will get feed back. Seriously, Keep at it and it will show if you work hard.

So, does anyone have any comments for me too? :{D

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 14 Mar 2009, 20:09
Here's one: you don't need to quote something written right above your own post. Uh, also. I guess constructive criticism is warranted?

Some Assembly Required: cute overall story. Some of the jokes just made me groan, but at least they garnered a response. And the art has definitely improved since your first strip. One thing that bothered me in the first few strips was how you drew a three-quarter profile face. Basically, it looked awkward and wrong. BUT. You seem to have gotten it down now. Only other thing I can think of is maybe change your coloring/inking style? For some reason the entire comic seems 'fuzzy' to me. I mean, not clear or crisp.

Abstract Thinking: change the layout and colors of your website! It's incredibly jarring, unappealing, and does not seem to be very user-friendly. And I agree with what joesoar said. If you keep insisting that your comic sucks, no one will want to read it. Second. Get a better inking marker/pen for your artist. Or use a different program to edit everything in. The lines are hella sketchy and blurry, overall just not making a good first impression. Last. Keep at it! My comic SUCKED when I took over drawing from my friend (she had time commitment issues), but I kept at it. Twenty-plus strips later, I can actually say I'm starting to like my own art.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jace on 15 Mar 2009, 03:37
Dude who makes Everyday Heroes. Please put the nav buttons at the top AND bottom of your comic. Scrolling past the comic AND comment box just to read the next strip is very impractical.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 15 Mar 2009, 13:35
Thanks for the critique! I'm trying out a different approach to the coloring, so hopefully it will look better soon.

I realize this is my third post, but I think this thread would be better if you know... people did comment on other people's comic. Otherwise, every like 3 weeks someone puts up a link no one really sees. I got a few more hits from the forums cause I posted something again, and that would be cool for anyone who is trying to wrtie a comic you know?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 15 Mar 2009, 18:11
Yeah, I know what you mean. Feel free to critique the hell out of my comic whenever you get the chance.  :lol:

(side note: my friend drew strips 1-6, I took over drawing from 7-onwards)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: mdoyl44 on 16 Mar 2009, 16:05
Hey, I'm not a regular poster here, but QC was a big inspiration for me to start a webcomic, and now my friends and I have just launched our site for our comic, "The World Wasn't Meant" (www.worldwasntmeant.com (http://www.worldwasntmeant.com))

It's a photo comic since none of us can particularly draw well, but I'm a firm believer in working around your lack of talent.

Check it out, tell your friends.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 17 Mar 2009, 13:33
To Brilliant Erasure,

I'm glad you cleared up the little bit about your friend drawing the first few pages, because it makes sense as to the sudden change. You have definitely improved the art into the past few comics. The backgrounds look much better than before, and so do the characters. I hate to say it, but the only problem I have with the art, is that it bothers me, but I'm not sure why. It's not like a huge bother, there's just something that makes me think it seems weird, (I realize that is the worst comment but it is how I feel)  BUT, the proportions are pretty good, the expressions are pretty good as well, though the faces feel off. I feel like it is the same issue I have with my own comic, being that I just need to keep doing it and get better. You have a solid style though, It's not polished, but you are improving and that's what counts. I think you have an interesting story building up, and as you keep going it will get better.

I'll take another look later though, I have to run and a few min. is never great for a real look at a comic.

To Jeans,

I think individual threads would work, but this thread never falls down to never land. It stays up top and so people who posted a while back (like me) have a better chance at the thread being seen again. I don't know though, I don't spend a huge amount of time on forums really, so I lack in the rules of such things.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: lavarith on 19 Mar 2009, 12:57
Hey all. Thought it was about time I started posting my comic here since I'm at strip 43.  Wanted to wait till I knew I'd keep it going.  I try to keep to a rather simple design, but sometimes that goes crazy.  Definitely let me know what you think though. I'm always up for criticism.

http://www.nosark.com (http://www.nosark.com)

Faith, Love, and Science.

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Kinewa on 31 Mar 2009, 19:42
Mdoyl, I love that you made a photo comic! Looks like you guys must have fun making them :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: P-Frank on 04 Apr 2009, 03:08
I do a comic called I <3 Tapes (http://www.ilovetapes.com). It is about a band called Radical Mosque who make MUSIC! It is done in Flash and is updated 3 times a week. I hope you like it!

(http://www.ilovetapes.com/comics/2009-03-30-return-the-gift.png)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: mdoyl44 on 15 Apr 2009, 08:50
Mdoyl, I love that you made a photo comic! Looks like you guys must have fun making them :)
Definitely!  The best part is making sure our mouths look right for the text. I want to record a photo shoot sometime.  Half the time we'll just keep saying the lines over and over, other times we'll start criticizing the others lines and go off on a tangent, but we're all talking at the same time... it's entertaining to say the least.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: gimmemoreginge on 22 Apr 2009, 08:43
Not mine but I'm his self appointed pimp   :evil:

Simple, random but also very funny.

http://www.this-noise.co.nr/ (http://www.this-noise.co.nr/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Gilead on 25 Apr 2009, 11:01
I do diary comics, you should read them, or else.

http://booksbeersballpoints.blogspot.com/

(http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b171/CatFishEnFuego/worriedbabyresized.jpg)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ohwellwhatever on 25 Apr 2009, 11:07
(http://www.bluebed.net/files/calendarcropp.jpg)
Bunch of new stuff here: http://www.bluebed.net/projects/comics/ (http://www.bluebed.net/projects/comics/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jeph on 30 Apr 2009, 04:33
Gilead your comics and art are so good except they look like ass from scanning

Basically you either need to be hell of Threshold 128ing your scans or you need a proper drawing tablet

I mean your art is probably better than mine but dude your scans are terrible
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jeph on 30 Apr 2009, 04:34
P-Frank I think it is weird that you are promoting your current comics on these forums considering your last comic totally hated on mine.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: P-Frank on 02 May 2009, 06:11
P-Frank I think it is weird that you are promoting your current comics on these forums considering your last comic totally hated on mine.

I was young, I was naive, I was drunk, I'll buy you an icecream cone.

P.S: If you are at the Dayfree booth at Comic Con, we are totally next to each other! High five?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: P-Frank on 02 May 2009, 07:26
And I do feel like a jerk about making that old shitty comic. I'll leave it at that. Sorry.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jeph on 02 May 2009, 13:14
well okay then!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Norton Quintessential on 02 May 2009, 21:58
http://www.eastyorkcity.com/

Updates Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Only two comics up so far, but I'm excited about the future.

EDIT: THAT was a confusing typo.  :-P
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 03 May 2009, 14:02
Okay, first of all, Sorry to Brilliant Eraser, I typo'd all over your name. Whoops. Anyway, I think some of your recent backgrounds look too... close to the characters. Maybe try making the background outlines smaller, compared to the characters' outlines. Since the characters tend to have thin outlines, and then the background outlines are huge in comparison.

P-Frank - I think the art in your comics is pretty cool, but I can't get into the story or anything. That's nothing against you, that's probably just me personally, but I really so like the art. The colors seem to blend together nicely, almost making me wish the outlines were more defined. It really seems like there is a solid comic there though.

Gilead- I agree with Jeph, you have a cool style, and the comics are pretty funny, but it looks like you stood over the pictures with a digital camera and hoped for the best. Even just playing with the color levels in photoshop or a photo editing program would do wonders for it. (I think Gimp is the free-photoshop right?).

Ohwellwhatever - All I can say is that I really like your style. Its good.

Norton Quintessential - I can't say much about your comic yet, at least until you put some more up. I haven't been a big fan of photo comics, but I have seen some that make me chuckle. Once you put more up, then I think that I could give you more feedback.

Jeph- I have to say, that for some reason, Dora's hair doesn't feel like its attached. I like the style, but at least in the last page, I feel like it looks similar to somebody cutting out hairstyles and pasting them over pictures of themselves. Does that make sense? Also, the only problem I have with your site is the news. After all this time I still miss the news being next to the comic, up on the top.

That's all I have to say for this. Man I seem kinda high on my horse... I just think its good for people to critique others every once in a while, and with that I'm always happy for feedback! :{D <--- Mustache smiley
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: 67thavenue on 04 May 2009, 16:16
I plugged me comic here about... 2.5 years ago.  Hokey smokes!  Anyway, I've since started to colour said comic, and everyone says it's LIKE a new comic, so I thought I'd plug away again.  PLUG PLUg PLug Plug plug.

My current story is about dodgeball.

Last week I homaged Matrix.

This week I mentioned Conker's Bad Fur Day in my comments section.

Chanx for readin!

www.67thavenue.com

-Jamie
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 13 May 2009, 15:35
67thavenue: Your comic looks goo enough to put into print. I like the art style, and you seem to have some good characters, (I haven't had the chance to fully read the comic, but I'm out of school now so I'll have plenty of time). I just wanted to say, you have a crap-ton of ads on the bottom of your webpage that aren't filled up. I don't know if they were filled, or normally are, but if they aren't, you could try deleting like say, half of them, and it would look a lil' nicer without all of the "your ad here" buttons, and maybe you'd be making some money off of them instead of all the free ones. Just an idea, but seriously, your comic looks good and I look forward to reading it.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: PrickOfDestiny on 14 May 2009, 10:24
"i herd u liek greke mthys"

I've finally launched my comic, Zeus & Sons (http://zeuscomic.comoj.com), a comical rendition of Greek myths set in our times - no togas allowed! Will most probably have somewhat NSFW bits later on, you know how the ancients were, right?
I draw it on a tablet, with a European, somewhat cartoony style and simple shading; you can have an artwork sample here (http://forums.questionablecontent.net/index.php/topic,16191.msg815996.html#msg815996).

Since it's brand new, the archive has a grand total of one page, but as I'll start telling the different legends of ancient Greece, it'll fill up regularly.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: blanktom on 03 Jun 2009, 15:48
Me and my girlfriend have started a blog that isn't so much a comic but a collection of pictures. She does ALL the art, but near enough all the ideas come out of my imagination. We've only done this one so far but they don't take too long to do so we're hoping to do a new one near enough every day. Anyway, here (http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_7OUPDQfFyMs/SiammIx3C2I/AAAAAAAAAAk/vL9F6F9Rr5A/s1600-h/blogcolour.jpg) is the first one.

She draws them in black fineliner then scans them into photoshop and colours them there. We've decided to leave the colouring fairly rough because we feel it adds a sense of innocence and childishness to the art. And we will be moving to plain paper rather than lined when I get a chance to go into town and buy her a pad. Any suggestions or criticisms are very welcome, and if you want to follow us on blogger then click (http://www.artistviamooch.blogspot.com)

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 03 Jun 2009, 22:33
blanktom and PrickofDestiny:

get some more stuff to look at!! :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: blanktom on 04 Jun 2009, 01:43
We're working on it!! After today I have like 5 days of work and Vicky has her last day of assessments and presentations today, so may spend Friday relaxing then get some more stuff up! Although she has now posted her thoughts on me. All we discussed is the few things we felt should be in there and went off and wrote our own.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: evandiaz on 04 Jun 2009, 08:35
(http://musingscomic.com/comics/2009-05-08-mailman.png)
MusingsComic.com (http://musingscomic.com/2009/05/08/mailman-of-awesomeness/)

Musings on Life and Animation Updates Monday-Friday, sweet!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 04 Jun 2009, 11:28
We're working on it!! After today I have like 5 days of work and Vicky has her last day of assessments and presentations today, so may spend Friday relaxing then get some more stuff up! Although she has now posted her thoughts on me. All we discussed is the few things we felt should be in there and went off and wrote our own.


I realize that, I know what its like to have everything in the world to do, and something like this would be the last thing on your list.

But from the perspective of me, I feel like I can't read it for long or even comment on it with nothing to see. It's like if I use stumbleupon, I see the one image once, and unless it is more amazing than sliced bread, I tend to forget about it. I go to your blog, yes, it is nice to see a boyfriend/girlfriend comic team, who seem genuinely happy together, and the one comic is interesting perhaps, but, unless I come back to this forum and look for it, chances are I will forget about it in a couple of days when I have to draw a new page for my comic. QC and Dr.McNinja will gladly distract me for an hour, and life will go on.

That's how I feel about one page worth of content. It's my first impression, and whether you are serious about your comic, or you just want to have fun and draw and put it up, it's just another site on the internet. You need readers. You seem to have good ideas, and your girlfriend has some talent it would seem. That's all I can say right now. If there IS talent and there ARE good ideas, it would be a shame to miss out on a lot of viewers because they didn't see enough before they went onto their next distraction.

I know I'm not doing comics professionally, but I do read them a lot. I can at least say what I feel as a reader.  I hate coming off as uppity, as I say just about every time I post, but I like getting feedback, and so therefore I'm gonna give it out too, whether it's nice or not.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: PrickOfDestiny on 04 Jun 2009, 16:31
blanktom and PrickofDestiny:

get some more stuff to look at!! :)

Now that my exams are over and that I'm getting closer and closer to my favourite bit of the legends (with more characters), I'll probably get content at a better rate, and better quality lineart as well. Although I'm definitely not a pro comic artist, I'm committed to getting that comic on good tracks and improving it. Not necessarily for the dangling carrot of readership or popularity, but because I enjoy entertaining (and spreading knowledge of a topic I'm interested in).

Glad to know you liked it enough to want more!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: blanktom on 04 Jun 2009, 17:20
Joesoar, thats for the comments. You'll be glad to know that she found herself rather bored in a lecture today and managed to pen 3 new drawings which she then later found time to colour, so there's a few new posts! Hopefully, if her creative mood stays the way it is, and my imagination continues distracting me from more practical matters, we'll get a few more done over the weekend.

Its at www.artistviamooch.blogspot.com (http://www.artistviamooch.blogspot.com) for anyone who hasn't checked it out yet...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JD on 04 Jun 2009, 17:43
Your girlfriend draws nice. I am jealous.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 04 Jun 2009, 22:06
Now blanktom, that's something to look at! :D

I have to say I sort of dig the lined paper, if you like that innocent, or kiddish look to it, then the line paper really works for me. It sort of reminds me of the early XKCD strips, heck, even just pictures I doodled in math. Really good ideas that you may or may not have the chance to recreate. That sort of work really amuses me. I will be sure to check back soon.

And PrickofDestiny, you have a really good idea going for you and I'd like nothing more than to see you get even more into it and crank some of the good stuff out. There's never a reason you don't have to do your best on something just for fun. It shows when you work hard at something, which you obviously have.

Good luck to us all.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: blanktom on 05 Jun 2009, 01:24
NEWSFLASH - WE'RE STICKING WITH THE LINED PAPER.

After I suggested getting a pad of plain A4 to Vicky last night, she told me she preferred the lined, and I didn't mind either way. As has been said, it gives the feeling of like idle doodles, great ideas you have in your head that go away if you dont put them down.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: blanktom on 09 Jun 2009, 03:22
Shameless bump/double post.

We have another post up, and another on the way!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: thebochez on 10 Jun 2009, 16:40
www.bochez.com/littlepunks


We've actually been around for a few years, but don;t have much time to do many comics...

Let us know what you think of what we have so far!

Also, I just finished the new script for the site and comic management, so let me know what you think about the site and its workings as well!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: PrickOfDestiny on 18 Jun 2009, 05:29
Zeus & Sons now has an actual domain name.

http://www.zeusandsons.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: pyroboarder69 on 26 Jun 2009, 16:22
Guess I might as well join in.

http://www.bandmatescomic.com

Only a few strips up so far, but I certainly plan on sticking around a while.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: indecisive on 26 Jun 2009, 21:52
Hey, folks. I do a comic called Made Up (http://www.madeupcomic.com). Its about a guy with no friends until his childhood imaginary friend shows up.

I hope you'll give it a shot. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

(Sorry this is my first post. I suck at forums. I lurk every now and then, but never keep up long enough to be a regular.)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 28 Jun 2009, 10:30
Pyroboarder69-

I just wanted to say that it's awesome you wanna do a music comic, and I would like to see you pull it off.

With that, I wanna say two things, one you need to work on your art. I know it sucks if you put a bunch of time in and then somebody says it needs more work. I get that a lot, but I've been trying to get better over time. I try to do warm up drawings, I've gotten a lot better with building characters from the ground up, stick figure to blocky, to details ect. It helps. I like renting anatomy books from the library and just trying to replicate all the drawings from it. ESPECIALLY hands. You're gonna be drawing a lot of hands, you can hide them. Not on a guitar. Hands are the worst, but if you got good hands the rest of your character will benefit from it.


 Second, I think you need to try to fix up the site a bit. I didn't like having to figure out how to click on the comic just to read the others, AND not having the news with it. I really like reading the news because it gives some insight or seven the progression of your thought on the comic. Plus the font you use on the big buttons is a bit hard to read. Not terrible, but I think there are other cool fonts to try. Check out Blambot.com, they have some awesome free fonts that an independant artist can use for free!

Good luck to you, I'm excited to see some more stuff when you make it!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 28 Jun 2009, 10:46
 indecisive-

I think you're doing a pretty good job just putting out comics and making them interesting enough to read. I think you need to push the jokes a little more really. I also think you would benefit from looking at some anatomy books, I think that with  your style, the characters look good, but I think that they could look better, even if it is more catoony. I think that you could also really work on expressions. When your characters get hit or laugh or imagine, they need to look like they're doing what they're doing, The very fist page it looks like walter is excited that somebody is breaking into his house. Or at least happy about it.

Keep it up though.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: indecisive on 28 Jun 2009, 12:17
joesoar

Thanks a lot for the feedback, I really appreciate it. I'm definitely trying to improve my art all around (and think that I am little by little), but its helpful to hear specifics on what needs improvement. Same goes for the writing, really. Thanks again.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 28 Jun 2009, 13:17
Of course! There is no way you can do anything like a comic and not get better over time! Some people can grasp art or writing easier than others, but for the most part it is just practice and working hard. Getting feedback is the best way to know your weaknesses and try to focus on them.

A lot of professional webcomic artists were kind enough to give me feedback when I asked, like John Allison, Chris Hastings, Zach Wiener, they're all super nice and pretty prompt on getting back to me. I think there are a few who I asked who are pretty busy or get so many e-mails they can't always do it, but it doesn't hurt to ask, if they can they can and if not it's ok! Their opinions are also worth a bit more than mine cause they can give feedback based on what they have tried and has been successful for them.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 28 Jun 2009, 14:26
Oh yeah, Prickofdestiny, I was gonna say that all that white around your comic is kinda distracting. You have such a gray site that the white pops too much, then takes away from the comic.

John Allison of SGR gave me that tip when my comic had big white boarders too. I was just hoping to pass it on! :{D
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: PrickOfDestiny on 29 Jun 2009, 21:17
Oh yeah, Prickofdestiny, I was gonna say that all that white around your comic is kinda distracting. You have such a gray site that the white pops too much, then takes away from the comic.

John Allison of SGR gave me that tip when my comic had big white boarders too. I was just hoping to pass it on! :{D
So what do you think I should do? Should I make the margins grey?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JD on 29 Jun 2009, 21:52
Or change the site design.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 29 Jun 2009, 22:33
No, not even! A site design might not be too bad, but I think if you cropped the amount of white around the actual comic that would help a lot.




Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: PrickOfDestiny on 30 Jun 2009, 09:40
No, not even! A site design might not be too bad, but I think if you cropped the amount of white around the actual comic that would help a lot.


Well I guess I *could* make the marble on the background white instead of grey...
(besides, I think I chose that size for the comics because it's the A4 format)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JD on 30 Jun 2009, 17:05
What the Norwegian man said.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 30 Jun 2009, 17:09
Jeans does have a point, there is a lot of stuff on the site, its sort of cramped. Heck, I don't know why I have a twitter on my site cause I get like 7 readers unless I run PW ads.

You really have something interesting going, focus on it. I would really consider fixing those borders, OR changing the site to fit the comic better.

Jeans, I;m glad you're also being honest because you're right, sometimes a devil's advocate is needed to make something the best it can be lol.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 30 Jun 2009, 23:38
I worry about that too, but I hated it in high school when my teachers would just congratulate me and not always push me. now I feel way behind what I'll be going into by the time I make it to art school (I'm at community college to save money).

If I keep this up though, I hope I'll come out number one at school. I am determined to get better in the next 3 years and beyond.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: PrickOfDestiny on 01 Jul 2009, 04:16
I am going to be super harsh, but it's for your own good, I think! This is my subjective opinion and you are allowed to hate me for it. Maybe it's a great design and I just suck.

General site design... I think maybe you'd be better off with

-a smaller, less intrusive logo
-ditching the flashy IRC link
-ditching the links on the right-hand side to digg, facebook etc
-losing the twitter feed
-losing the archives dropdown over the comic
-removing the quote by Athena

Basically, make sure what gets the attention is the comic, not the extras. The comic is what you're trying to get people interested in, slogging through added extras is just an annoyance - twitter, for example: You're an artist just starting out, so you don't have a lot of regular readers. Regular readers are the only ones who care about the author whatsoever. Right now it looks like you're putting yourself before the comic, that you're doing this for attention, which is not a good thing. Finally, get a different background if you're going to keep the white comic borders, they don't work together at all - preferrably, one that doesn't look like it's from a Geocities page circa 1998.
I'm definitely not taking that as jackassery, and appreciate the feedback. I'll take the advice and explain the reason for some of the points criticised :)
- Smaller logo: Agreed on that one. Next website-tweaking session (at the moment, the priority is on releasing the next page this week), I'll shrink it.
- Flashy IRC link: I forgot to stop the flashing. It's a habit for me to make links to new features blink or otherwise attract attention, and the IRC has been there for long enough for my few regulars to have noticed it. A few new readers entered the room too, it was nice to get to chat with them live, sort of.
- Bookmarking site links: Maybe I should make them smaller, just thought giving my readers the possibility to link to the site on Digg and such would increase my potential exposure and possibly my reader base. I should definitely do something about those though, they are too big.
- Twitter feed: The feed is actually much more about the comic than about myself. Even when mentioning I now understand Flash, because the link between this and a website is kind of obvious. Maybe I should put it on the right-hand column site under the "quick cast reminder".
- Navbar over the comic: True, this is kind of redundant considering there's one under the comic.
- Quote: The quote actually changes every time you reload the page.  :laugh:

So! What would you think about this layout instead?
(http://img196.imageshack.us/img196/7003/layoutu.gif)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 11 Jul 2009, 13:13
hey guys, I just re-did my site design. Cleaned it up and changed the colors a bit.

http://www.grumpycomics.com

any comments?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Hustler on 14 Jul 2009, 07:25
I remember posting in one of these threads ages ago, I guess a new one was made.

Anyhow, my comic, Nuclear Powered Toaster, is back after about two and a half years on the bench.  It happens when you're dependent on others for art dispensing.  You can find it here (http://www.nuclearpoweredtoaster.com), or by clicking the link in my sig.  Decided to reboot; only got 44 strips in last time, and not all of them still did it for me, so we went at it from another angle.  So if you want to go check it out and let me know what you think, I'd be most obliged.  No such thing as too many critiques.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: devinhoo on 20 Jul 2009, 20:34
I'm just getting started, so I only have 18 strips up so far.

The full url is http://web.me.com/devinhoo/slashfacepalm/
and the short url (yay redirect sites) is slashfacepalm.co.nr

Thanks. :)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Geekdumb on 22 Jul 2009, 15:48
Ok, we're pretty new to this but here's my comic.
http://www.geek-dumb.com/ (http://www.geek-dumb.com/)
Pretty sure most of you will like the location we just introduced into the comic.

Oh yeah, and so that Jeph looks...
it sucks
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: AdamDDC on 31 Jul 2009, 06:06
Well my comic is pretty damn new but i've put a lot of work into it over the past 3 weeks so that it's far enough in for you guys to remotely appreciate it. And hopefully Jeph too! QC's entertained me for years now, and the t-shirts I bought from here make me the fanciest dandy in my town.
 
Updating colour A4 sized comics 5 times a week is hard, and even harder when i'm stuck in an office from 9-6. I don't think I really appreciated all the effort!

http://www.death-defying.com (http://www.death-defying.com)

Please take a look (and favourite it if you like!)

Thanks guys,

Adam
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: RachelEvil on 02 Aug 2009, 21:54
I may have just now started writing a webcomic...
http://lifeamong.thecomicseries.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 03 Aug 2009, 19:56
I may have just now started writing a webcomic...
http://lifeamong.thecomicseries.com/

there is potential here, so tell your artist to do the following things:
-erase her pencils after inking
-adjust levels in photoshop (http://www.jmort.com/tutorials/scanning.html#levels)
-use a font designed specifically for comic lettering (many are available for free at blambot.com (http://blambot.com/))
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: RachelEvil on 03 Aug 2009, 20:13
The font thing is all me. I'll work on that.

As for the other suggestions, going through what I have on my computer, it looks like she started doing both of those on the fourth strip.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tomselleck69 on 03 Aug 2009, 21:31
aiight holmes

good luck with comics, may the internet rise up to meet you, etc
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Hainted on 08 Aug 2009, 05:13
Hainted Holler.It's based loosely on me and my wife and the small southern town we live in.To that I added Biscuit Pete, a superhero who can summon and command biscuits at will,and The Boon, a baboon owned by the main characters that has been trained to attack annoying people and rape them in the ear until they pass out.We're fairly new,just hit one month yesterday,but I guarantee we are the best webcomic drawn at work on copier paper with a Sharpie and Ball point pen you've ever seen.And if you start reading now you'll get caught up in time for The Boon to make his appearance in next weeks storyline.
http://www.drunkduck.com/Hainted_Holler (http://www.drunkduck.com/Hainted_Holler)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jimmy-Page on 12 Aug 2009, 13:56
So, figured I might as well post here too. www.theburnlimit.the-comic.org
We're a bit of a slower updating comic (about every other Wednesday or Thursday), but keep in mind that we are a newer comic as well. The arts about so-so for the first three, but I've been getting alot better at it lately. We're an indie little slice 'o life comic about romance, evil lil' turtles, music, and mimes! You might as well bookmark the page, cause we'll be here for awhile!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: RachelEvil on 16 Aug 2009, 21:07
New font is better font?
http://lifeamong.thecomicseries.com (http://lifeamong.thecomicseries.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JD on 16 Aug 2009, 21:18
Yeah, much better,
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ruinfix on 23 Aug 2009, 17:54
Here's my web-comic called Chatters that I've only just got back into writing:

http://www.myspace.com/chatters_comic

(also located at http://chatterscomic.deviantart.com and http://www.comicspace.com/chatters)

I'm a lazy git, so it takes me forever to release strips.

Here's my side-project (its an Art of Fighting/King of Fighters sprite one --- yeah I know):

http://www.comicspace.com/macsbar
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: The Pig on 24 Aug 2009, 21:27
Tomorrow is the one-year anniversary of Cat Boxes, a traditional newspaper-style strip based on my wife and I and our cats.  Have a look and- I hope -a laugh or many, and enjoy the occasional pearls of cat... er, wisdom.
Thanks for visiting!
Michael
http://catboxes.comicdish.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: amnesiac16 on 02 Sep 2009, 17:33
Hello, I took over as artist a few weeks ago on a 8 or 9 month old webcomic called A Game Of Fools www.agameoffools.com
I don't write it and I'm still finding my feet after overhauling the character designs to suit my style, but I'm enjoying it so far and some of you should check it out. Please.
There seems to be quite a lot of comic creating talent in this thread, I needed some things to keep me up tonight!
Cheers, James
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 07 Sep 2009, 20:25
Just a notice to say that my comic, Traitor, is back up and running after I took the summer off (I was hella busy). Also, my friend's comic is posted on the site as well -- Hapmarman's Happy Happy Fun Time. Both can be reached from the main webpage: http://brillianteraser.com

Critiques for both comics are invited/welcome. Thanks for checking us out.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: iglidante on 09 Sep 2009, 08:00
Well, here we go. Behold:  Flying Man and Friends (http://www.flyingmanandfriends.com).

I'm updating three times a week. I have a good backlog going, so I don't plan on missing a day (ever, if I can help it). I started it on a Blogger account and quickly moved to a Comicpress site once I realized I needed more freedom. I'm still working on the site here and there, when I get a chance.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: brazen on 16 Sep 2009, 00:36
I've been doing a little webcomic for a little over a year now.

http://www.suscomic.com (http://www.suscomic.com)

The website has three different strips that update M-F every week.

Science Undergraduate Society: QCesque but about science students

Mr. London: the result of too much Monty Python in formative years

Tertiary Education (3 ED): Tragicomic

Let me know what you think!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Vanguard on 30 Sep 2009, 10:12
http://mindofvanguard.webs.com/

Stick figures!
Everyone loves stick figures.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 10 Oct 2009, 22:36
Yeah, but not really.

And one other thing, your site takes forever to load. If you want any decent sort of web traffic, try hosting your own site. Seriously. I read three comics and gave up because the loading time had me so frustrated. Be glad I did not take out my bile on you.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JD on 10 Oct 2009, 23:44
Huh, the site loads fine for me.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: BrilliantEraser on 11 Oct 2009, 13:05
It's loading fine now for me too. Maybe I was just on during peak hours last time.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Eddurd on 24 Oct 2009, 09:56
Big crossover event at "Everyday Heroes".  Let's all play "Spot the Characters" (and the one barely-visible QC reference).

http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/series.php?view=single&ID=164189 (http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/series.php?view=single&ID=164189)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jace on 05 Dec 2009, 04:25
Started a choose yr own adventure comic. (http://comicslol.blogspot.com/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Wayfaring Stranger on 06 Jan 2010, 06:06
I have a new comic that I've been working on for the past month.  I'd appreciate any suggestions, comments, criticisms, etc.  Thanks!

http://www.foxingquires.com (http://www.foxingquires.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: joesoar on 19 Feb 2010, 08:35
Hey everybody, after trying to figure out what to do with my comics, I have come back with a new one! Same spot,

http://www.grumpycomics.com

I started a comic about imagination, and its basically about me and my friends, and I'm not gonna try to write things out of my league like last time.

Basically, its everything thats awesome.

oh, the comic is called, Imagination! and all that is awesome!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: J on 08 Apr 2010, 04:35
i am a part of a community called Global Comic Jam. if you are unfamiliar, the concept is that people collaborate on a comic, each writing and drawing one page at a time in a round robin fashion. it is alot of fun. unfortunatley, after a string of major technical failures during a site overhaul, the thing is on an extended hiatus.

however, you can still check it all out here: http://globalcomicjam.com/index.php
including my two favorites, Surface (http://globalcomicjam.com/thumbnails.php?album=1) and Fusion Odyssey (http://globalcomicjam.com/thumbnails.php?album=5)

some great art was drawn, and some great stories told. i hope you enjoy it half as much as me. gcj will return.

yes, i shamelessly admit that i just posted this on another forum (http://www.pixietrixcomix.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=999&p=121027#p121027) not five minutes ago.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Eris on 08 Apr 2010, 04:52
yes, i shamelessly admit that i just posted this on another forum (http://www.pixietrixcomix.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=999&p=121027#p121027) not five minutes ago.

1pt font is really annoying, if you're going to say something and hide it in tiny font so that no one can read it, then why say it at all?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: J on 08 Apr 2010, 09:49
it was an attempt at humor via the juxtaposition of claiming shamelessness with an overly obvious attempt to hide the statement in a way that indicates shame.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jaclyn on 27 Jun 2010, 23:51
Comics, plus short stories. And stuff.

http://jaclynweiand.tumblr.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: DorkRawk on 06 Jul 2010, 10:10
Hey, I just launched my comic, Mount Saint Awesome, last Friday.

It's about about a couple of people in their mid 20's who want to play in a band again.

Check it out at http://mountsaintawesome.com (http://mountsaintawesome.com)

Helpful critiques are certainly welcome.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Jace on 06 Jul 2010, 14:33
protip: Images in your signature, while allowed in the forum software, are generally frowned upon by the better part of the community.

Your comic looks good, although in the first comic, first panel, I read the character on the right side's words first, this is a minor thing though as I quickly found out I head read it wrong.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: DorkRawk on 06 Jul 2010, 16:19
Thanks for the signature tip, as well as the speech bubble layout advice.  I'm learning a lot about making comics that you don't notice when you're just reading them.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: whitnelson on 08 Jul 2010, 10:30
Just got this started, but I sure do love doing it.

http://hardtodefine.com

Thanks, yullz.

Whit
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: SuperRad on 15 Jul 2010, 06:33
dish-comic.com

We were at the Boston Comic Con in April, and will be at the New York CC in October. No table at NYC though. They are tres expensive.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Zardek on 21 Sep 2010, 07:07
my webcomic is called Gustav's Chronicles, and you can see it at: www.Chronicles-project.com (http://www.Chronicles-project.com)

also, here is a link for the first page of the webcomic: http://www.chronicles-project.com/chapter-1/ (http://www.chronicles-project.com/chapter-1/)

This webcomic is only 2 months old, and is all done by hand. I hope you enjoy the art and story.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: onej on 13 Oct 2010, 01:48
Hey guys,
I'm not a comic author, but i've always been a big fan of the webcomic format, and all things collaborative.  Hence last weekend's project: panellab.com.  Have a look and let me know what you think.
Cheers,
Jeremy
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ComfortEagle on 13 Oct 2010, 13:00
My crappy comic. http://smalltownsuckers.tumblr.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tjradcliffe on 13 Oct 2010, 20:59
It's not exactly a webcomic and it's not exactly a graphic novel and it's not exactly epic poetry, but it is exactly awesome:

http://www.cindylooyou.com (http://www.cindylooyou.com)

I'm the poet, and my friend Hilary (http://greenteadoodles.wordpress.com (http://greenteadoodles.wordpress.com)) is the artist.  This story--which is more Doctor Who than Doctor Seuss, despite superficial appearances--was developed on Hilary's blog by a kind of jazz-like process, the two of us riffing off each other's goofy ideas.  We've cleaned it up and a bit and given it a site of its own, where it'll run for the rest of the fall, more-or-less, with new pages appearing on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Check it out, along with the other things we've done on Hilary's art blog.  Most people do illustrated poems.  We're more into poeticized illustrations, and we've got a new comic in development that'll appear early in the new year.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: AsinineAxioms on 14 Oct 2010, 11:56
Asinine Axioms (http://asinineaxioms.wordpress.com/comics/) is a little ditty I do to relieve stress. I'm not particularly good at drawing (or for that matter being funny), but it's a nice enough hobby.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Kriztov on 15 Oct 2010, 07:09
I really shouldnt say anything until I've finished fixing up the site, but I'm actually running a site for fledgling comics and I do need listings and people ready to step up to the plate for features. Actually I could probably run the features right now since that part of the site is up and running. anyway, the site url is www.tealcitrus.com


also, pm me if you want in, because I'm not sure on the status of the email addresses on the site yet.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: dpott on 07 Nov 2010, 03:38
http://www.dpsite.net/onestory

holy crap  :psyduck:
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TomHeyerman on 10 Nov 2010, 20:06
Why yes...
Yes, I think I will

www.pantsareoverrated.com

There's at least one QC reference in there somewhere, so go look for it!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Magravan on 12 Nov 2010, 13:24
We're in the middle of reorganization of the site, but we've been at this whole webcomicing thing for a year now... A lot of people have referenced the visual inspiration from QC, and we got a lot of information from Jeph on how to actually comic, so any similarity is out of respect, not deliberately trying to rip him off :)

http://togm.webcomic.ws (We actually have www.greymeat.com, but I picked a crappy host, and it loads very poorly, so I don't want to suggest it to people..)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: kellyissleepy on 18 Nov 2010, 07:14
My boyfriend and I recently started PancakeCookie ! (http://www.pancakecookie.com)

It's an autobio comic for now, but who knows what the future holds?
It's still in the early stages, and our schedule only allows us to update once a week, but it's been fun to do. :) I hope to keep it going.
(I'd also like to add the ability to comment on comics..but i don't handle the web stuff, my boyfriend does! aaaaaaaaaaa)

Thanks for your time!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Gothomo on 18 Nov 2010, 13:06
This past month was the one year anniversary of my comic's creation. Check it out. (http://www.gothomo.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: JD on 19 Nov 2010, 19:56
My boyfriend and I recently started PancakeCookie ! (http://www.pancakecookie.com)

It's an autobio comic for now, but who knows what the future holds?
It's still in the early stages, and our schedule only allows us to update once a week, but it's been fun to do. :) I hope to keep it going.
(I'd also like to add the ability to comment on comics..but i don't handle the web stuff, my boyfriend does! aaaaaaaaaaa)

Thanks for your time!
Your style is adorable.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: MillionDollar Belt Sander on 27 Nov 2010, 18:16
http://forthefailcomic.com/

For The Fail:   Adventures of an extra-nerdy lesbian comic-artist.   So far it's rather amusing.

Oh and hey she has a FORUM too.   
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: novah on 01 Dec 2010, 08:37
November Shift (http://www.novembershift.com) is my long-format science-fiction comic that takes place at an engineering school about a hundred years in the future on a low Earth orbit space station, and it's very character-centric. (:  

It also has a lot of SCIENCE and ENGINEERING (and everyone knows that engineering is like math, only louder. (http://www.topatoco.com/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=TO&Product_Code=WON-ENGINEERING&Category_Code=WON))
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Dianchi on 03 Dec 2010, 19:06
http://pagesofdianchi.wordpress.com/ (http://pagesofdianchi.wordpress.com/)

Pretty much the only thing on my little blog right now is Act 1 and half of Act 2 of my revamp of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, done by the cast of Questionable Content. It was a project for school back when I was just a wee lurker. I took all of the art from different QC strips, erased the words and put in my own.  I would love a little feedback. 
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Ernest on 15 Dec 2010, 18:00
I'm gonna plug my comic again, as we did another season: http://cubscomic.blogspot.com

it's a speculative fiction about the Chicago Cubs.  We update the characters according to who the Cubs have on their roster at any given time.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: bunny O.o on 15 Dec 2010, 23:28
the story of a dead bunny named wilfred traveling through a fantasy world meeting other dead animals
sunday tuesday thursday
^_^

http://gravelyadventure.net
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: slydon on 17 Dec 2010, 01:39
Okay, I'll pimp my comic here too  :-D
Unintentionally Pretentious (http://www.unintentionallypretentious.com)
It's a slice-of-lifer about a blind woman and her slightly off-kilter roommate living in NYC.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: DorkRawk on 10 Jan 2011, 12:23
Now that I have 30 comics in my archive, it seems about time to (re-)plug my comic, Mount Saint Awesome!

It's a comic about a couple of guys in their mid 20s (and a robot) who form a band.  Check it out at http://mountsaintawesome.com (http://mountsaintawesome.com)

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TLT Thomas on 29 Aug 2011, 18:11
I plugged my comic a couple years ago and mentioned that one of them had a cameo of QC characters... but silly me, I didn't put up a direct link to it.

So here it is:
http://timeslikethis.com/index.php?id=192 (http://timeslikethis.com/index.php?id=192)

And a newer comic with a familiar face in it:
http://timeslikethis.com/index.php?id=403 (http://timeslikethis.com/index.php?id=403)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: tjradcliffe on 02 Sep 2011, 20:01

Is it a comic?  Is it a novel?  Is it something entirely new?

You decide:  http://www.songsofalbion.com (http://www.songsofalbion.com)

We've followed Jeph's "First Law of Good WebComics" (Don't Suck) to tell the story of what REALLY happened to Christopher Marlowe after he "died" (spoiler alert!  It didn't involve writing plays for that "Other Poet"!)

Set on the Far Side of the World, in Sir Francis Drake's secret colony of New Albion, it's a character-driven, humorous, illustrated, serial Web novel updating Monday/Wednesday/Friday.  But New Albion isn't just on the Far Side of the World... it's perhaps ten leagues beyond it...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: blanktom on 10 Nov 2011, 03:20
Not my comic, but a friend and co-worker of mine has begun illustrating a comic written by a friend of his, and has thrown the first 9 pages up for preview on a tumblr as well a synopsis that imo sounds pretty badass. They're hoping to get it published, or raise a bit of cash to help the work on it full time and publish it themselves. Check it out, share it about, donate some money, or just let me know what you think!

http://sharpleboone.tumblr.com/ (http://sharpleboone.tumblr.com/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: alienatedduck on 26 Jan 2012, 08:03
So I just posted my 100th update on my comic. A cool milestone I feel, so I thought I'd share.

www.thedogandlouse.com
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: GroovyKinda on 01 Feb 2012, 21:54
Congratulations, alienatedduck!
Well, I think I've got most of the ComicPress glitches wrestled to the ground, so I want to introduce you to Groovy, Kinda comics: www.groovykinda.org (http://www.groovykinda.org)
No QC cameos yet, but I think there might be some familiar faces showing up soon.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Carl-E on 02 Feb 2012, 17:40
Cool!  I like your art style - it looks familiar.  I don't knbow if I've seen your stuff before, or maybe I'm just familiar with your influences...

Also, pantsless dude with coffee.  Do I sense a theme?
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: FoolOnTheHill on 03 Feb 2012, 10:41
www.occultanonymous.com

Really new at this, been doing the comic for a month and am really enjoying it though. Ongoing Drama/Slice-Of-Life with demons, werewolves, witches and more
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: GroovyKinda on 05 Feb 2012, 12:04
Carl-E, thanks for your kind words. I used to write and draw independent comics: Blue Moon: The Adventures of Lyssa and the Pirates (Groovy, Kinda is a sequel), and Utopia, Unlimited. And my influences are the usual: Berni Wrightson, N.C. Wyeth, Mike Kaluta, (you can tell how old I am) Joseph Clement Cole, and Franklin Booth.


Also, in my defense, I will say that I drew that strip months ago.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: cesium133 on 21 Feb 2012, 22:39
I've started a webcomic centered around a grad student who works in a physics lab (they say write what you know, after all...) Many of the stories are drawn from my own life, though there are some less realistic elements of the comic, such as, of course, the robot. The artwork is computer-generated using Povray models (http://povray.org) that I've coded, with Poser (http://poser.smithmicro.com/poser.html) models for the human characters. Since I don't have much time outside of work for the comic, I keep to a slow but regular update schedule, updating each Sunday.

Cesium Comics (http://cesiumcomics.com)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: DiscoBear on 08 Mar 2012, 17:20
I may as well post here. QC did inspire me to start it, after all:  http://wordwearycomic.blogspot.com (http://wordwearycomic.blogspot.com) I just celebrated my year-mark today. It's a slice-of-life comic based mostly on my own life, humorous, sardonic and cynical. Since I'm not much of an artist, I've really been focusing on storycraft and dialogue. I've had a hard time finding a large audience, but I love working on it and don't plan on stopping any time soon. 
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jwhouk on 30 Mar 2012, 07:52
All right, I'm just gonna ask you all - Why are you NOT reading Thomas Overbeck's hilarious comic about time travel, Times Like This (http://timeslikethis.com)?

If it's because you don't wanna archive binge, well - I've got the thing for you!

The first 460 strips - TRANSCRIBED! (http://www.scribd.com/doc/87355786/TLT-SxS-1-460)

(Keep in mind - some strips are NSFW if you actually read through them.)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: cesium133 on 30 Mar 2012, 10:16
All right, I'm just gonna ask you all - Why are you NOT reading Thomas Overbeck's hilarious comic about time travel, Times Like This (http://"http://timeslikethis.com)?

If it's because you don't wanna archive binge, well - I've got the thing for you!

The first 460 strips - TRANSCRIBED! (http://www.scribd.com/doc/87355786/TLT-SxS-1-460)

(Keep in mind - some strips are NSFW if you actually read through them.)
The reason I'm not reading it right now is that your link doesn't work... Here's a working link (http://timeslikethis.com/)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jwhouk on 02 Apr 2012, 17:45
Fixed it... Sometimes the copy/paste thing does the double "http://http://" thing to links. :/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: pwhodges on 03 Apr 2012, 00:36
That happens if you put the link in quotes, or copy the code from another place where quotes are used (as in HTML, of course). Unfortunately some forums require quotes, and others require no quotes; this forum is a no quotes place, so you need to take care!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: cesium133 on 04 Apr 2012, 19:11
All right, I'm just gonna ask you all - Why are you NOT reading Thomas Overbeck's hilarious comic about time travel, Times Like This (http://timeslikethis.com)?

If it's because you don't wanna archive binge, well - I've got the thing for you!

The first 460 strips - TRANSCRIBED! (http://www.scribd.com/doc/87355786/TLT-SxS-1-460)

(Keep in mind - some strips are NSFW if you actually read through them.)
I've been going on a gradual archive binge of Times Like This the past couple days, and I do have to say it's pretty good (although I did make the mistake the one day of reading it at work. Got a strange look from a coworker...)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jwhouk on 04 Apr 2012, 20:03
I have since completed the whole thing - 55 pages, 515 strips, and one heckuva good Time!

http://www.scribd.com/doc/87408728/TLT-SxS (http://www.scribd.com/doc/87408728/TLT-SxS)
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: TLT Thomas on 29 May 2012, 19:29
Aww, gee whillickers... thanks guys!

I don't have any QC cameos in the latest TLT, but I did mention the strip by name... since the "trainer boyfriend" storyline from '07 DID partly inspire my latest arc, I felt it was only proper. http://timeslikethis.com/?id=531
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jwhouk on 29 May 2012, 19:34
Just please, do NOT make the "little robot" look like Pintsize.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: Carl-E on 29 May 2012, 21:32
Actually, that could explain a lot...
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: cvcharger on 04 Jun 2012, 22:50
I've been messing with the idea of starting my own comic.  I don't really have my own website yet, nor do I know how to set one up, and I've been posting the comics that I do have completed on my facebook page.  It kinda feels weird posting about them here because it seems like the other people on this thread have been doing this for a while, and I am just now posting mine on the Internet.  I guess I'll just start with the first one I posted.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=366257420099325&set=a.366255600099507.81786.100001452106764&type=3&theater (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=366257420099325&set=a.366255600099507.81786.100001452106764&type=3&theater)

Please tell me what y'all think.  And God's sake don't hold back on the criticism if you have any.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: damzigy on 12 Jun 2012, 18:37
I'm sure this happens more often than anyone would like, but I started a brand new webcomic and I'd like people to read it.  It's called How to Live and it's about recent college grad and his best friend (who happens to be a ghost).  Right now I only have it up on my Tumblr page and I've been updating every week on Mondays.  Take a look and tell me you love it...and if you don't I'd actually like to know that as well.  You can read it at  http://howtolivecomic.tumblr.com/.  Enjoy!

Seanders 
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ponderch3rry on 08 Sep 2012, 02:23
Not sure if many people read this thread anymore, but it's worth a crack!

I'm only two comics in to my Seek Porpoise webcomic series, but I've already had a guest strip published over at Red String (Strawberry Comics)

My website:

www.seekporpoise.net (http://www.seekporpoise.net)

Red String Guest Strip:

http://redstring.strawberrycomics.com/index.php?id=1463 (http://redstring.strawberrycomics.com/index.php?id=1463)

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: jwhouk on 24 Sep 2012, 01:32
Our good friend TLT Thomas has done it again (http://timeslikethis.com/?id=565) - but I'll bet 99% of the people who read the comic won't get the joke until it's pointed out to them.

(click to show/hide)

Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ponderch3rry on 25 Sep 2012, 20:31
Our good friend TLT Thomas has done it again (http://timeslikethis.com/?id=565) - but I'll bet 99% of the people who read the comic won't get the joke until it's pointed out to them.

I had to read the comments to get the joke  :oops:
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ponderch3rry on 04 Oct 2012, 17:12
New comic is up!

http://www.seekporpoise.net

Tis my 5th week of doing this and I've got to say, it's a really nice surprise that people are getting interested in it so early on :D I've got a long way to go, but it certainly is encouraging!!!
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: cesium133 on 03 Nov 2012, 19:50
I figured I'd post here again since the comic I made this week (http://cesiumcomics.com/index.php?number=46) contains a reference to an old QC comic (http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=639).
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: izumiryu on 04 Nov 2013, 17:51
Well, it took me long enough, but I finally got this going. The first strip for Center Lane (http://centerlanecomic.net) is now up.

I really hate Necro posting but this is the only thread on the first page for this kind of thing.
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: LCS on 05 May 2015, 21:00
Well I have a comic to promote.

LCS is about a guy who works in a Local Comic Shop and hijinks ensue. The comic currently has 480 pages and updates every tuesday and friday.

http://lcscomic.com/
Title: Re: Plug Yr Comic
Post by: ReindeerFlotilla on 31 May 2015, 02:15
http://www.singularblues.com (http://www.singularblues.com)

It's a comic. There are people in it. Eventually, some of them will be men. Eventually.