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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #250 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

There. I did it. Now go reads it!
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« Reply #251 on: 08 Feb 2008, 10:36 »

Nursethalia, I really like your comic!  It's cute.    :-)
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nursethalia

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« Reply #252 on: 09 Feb 2008, 21:18 »

Nursethalia, I really like your comic!  It's cute.    :-)

Thank you!  :lol:
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #253 on: 10 Feb 2008, 10:54 »

I have to agree with pen, nursethalia. I enjoy your comic muchly =)

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #254 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.
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« Reply #255 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

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.
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #256 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!
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mildlyhotpeppers

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #257 on: 22 Feb 2008, 13:44 »

Just joined the QC forums - pretty snazzy place!

My plug: http://www.mildlyhotpeppers.com/
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #258 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, 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.



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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #259 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
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #260 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.
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #261 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

There are some upped comics, but no real webcomics...
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evilphil

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #262 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/ 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
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« Reply #263 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.
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #264 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/
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #265 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  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.
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #266 on: 25 Mar 2008, 15:56 »

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #267 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/
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #268 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.
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LordMantir

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #269 on: 27 Mar 2008, 05:24 »

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.
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #270 on: 01 Apr 2008, 14:41 »

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #271 on: 03 Apr 2008, 10:32 »

My comic is www.piecomic.com
It's the webcomic you'd do if you weren't busy.
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laurenamillion

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #272 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! 

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #273 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!
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« Reply #274 on: 18 Apr 2008, 18:50 »

My comic is 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.
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petmilk

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #275 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:


it's not comedic so deal with it.

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Meltonian

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #276 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!
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Avi LaVenti

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #277 on: 25 Apr 2008, 14:15 »

My comic! Is http://www.molluskantics.com.

It updates daily...
Somehow.
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #278 on: 02 May 2008, 12:25 »

http://blenderman.wordpress.com/

that's a friend of mine's webcomic. its pretty new. they only have like 5 strips I believe.
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« Reply #279 on: 03 May 2008, 09:20 »

Oh I do this thing 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
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #280 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*
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Seigea

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #281 on: 08 May 2008, 12:32 »

I draw http://www.myjazzbar.com updates Mon.-Fri. Good fun for anyone
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #282 on: 16 May 2008, 19:19 »

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
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #283 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.
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #284 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

You can also read it here 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.

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.
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67thavenue

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« Reply #285 on: 28 May 2008, 14:17 »

wow.  lotsa plugged comics.

my comic is 67th avenue.

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:
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #286 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!
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DeuceRok

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #287 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
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #288 on: 14 Jun 2008, 21:08 »

Zipper Accident

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

You will laugh.

You will cry.

You will probably want to get tested.
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Illumilatte

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #289 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.
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« Reply #290 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
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« Reply #291 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

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« Reply #292 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.
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #293 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/
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #294 on: 25 Jun 2008, 14:47 »

Dispatches From Ring City

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!)
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« Reply #295 on: 25 Jun 2008, 21:11 »

Ultimate Nerds

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.
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« Reply #296 on: 28 Jun 2008, 20:10 »

Something I do for kicks every couple of days?

Chronicles of a Trevor



Drop by sometime?

:x
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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #297 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
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

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

Casey

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #298 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

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Re: Plug Yr Comic
« Reply #299 on: 25 Jul 2008, 04:28 »

link is in the sig. just getting started again after 8 years!
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