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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« on: 05 Oct 2005, 19:47 »

This is the thread I mentioned in a newspost, where people who draw webcomics can tell me (and people in the forums) about them.

I have a few simple rules here, if everyone follows them we will all have a good time lookin' at comics together. They are:

1) Post a link to your webcomic's website. It has to be something where if people click the link they see a comic. This is simple.

2) Write a SHORT description of your comic strip so we have a rough idea of what we are about to click on. By short I mean one paragraph, no longer than a couple hundred words. Please use your best grammar and spelling.

3) If your comic is potentially not safe for people at work to look at, LET US KNOW. I don't want folks gettin' into trouble for anything they may click in here.

4) No posting images directly in this thread. Just links to comics.

5) Only comics' authors and/or artists may post links to their comics. If you don't make a comic, no posting links in this thread. I want authors to display a little initiative here- initiative is a good thing to have!

6) No negative commenting on comics posted here, unless the author specifically requests objective critiques. If I catch people being rude I will deal with them in the strictest possible manner.

I think that is it! Hopefully we will see some AWESOME STUFF here soon. Have fun!
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« Reply #1 on: 05 Oct 2005, 20:13 »

Woohoo, a comic-whoring thread! :D

Well, I already link to it in my signature, but I draw a webcomic called http://www.lukes-cobalt.com/6Prime/index.html">6Prime. 6Prime is a comic that follows six friends through their lives, such as they spend them together. The thread is based on rather random lines and modest sarcasm, for the most part. However, I believe this comic is most unique in that it is completely drawn in MSPaint. Frankly, I've also been told that it looks like it's drawn in a better program, too.

I welcome any critique, unless it has anything to do with the Coldplay references in the latest strips.

6Prime is rated PG-13.
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« Reply #2 on: 05 Oct 2005, 20:18 »

Yay thanks for taking a look :)

Anyways, my comic would be located at http://www.cerealandpepperspray.com/cartoons.htm (that contains both the latest cartoon and a link to all the old ones).

Cereal and pepper spray is just random comics, hand drawn, scanned to the website. The site also has blog type things, and etc. It's been in operation since march of 2005. The last few entries have come together in that ive started to use specific characters, but the older ones are the same type of humor, with the same lack of artistic talent.

Thanks for reading!!
~Brian
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« Reply #3 on: 05 Oct 2005, 20:20 »

Aww poo, mine's not a comic.  It was inspired by webcomics, though!  And it is a regularly updated serial!








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« Reply #4 on: 05 Oct 2005, 20:51 »

Well, if Inlander's doesn't count, mine not count, but I'm going to give it a go anyway.

Agent Aeolus

http://www.agentaeolus.com/

It's not exactly a comic strip, it's a webserial... I'm good with writing, no good with pictures, so I went with that formula. But other than the lack of pictures, it's the same idea, right?

It's a sci-fantasy story that takes place in the modern-day, following the journey of one ex-government agent known as 'Aeolus', who has decided to go rogue in search of... something that could help him. What that something is, you'll have to read to find out. It involves a large and varied cast of characters, from the real to life anti-heroes to the larger-than-life archetypal heroes. It takes strong inspiration from superhero comics such as those published by Marvel and DC, television scripting, and the narrative style of Terry Pratchett.

It's work safe, if you don't mind the occasional hard cussing.

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« Reply #5 on: 05 Oct 2005, 20:54 »

Animals Have Problems Too

Jeph, I know you've linked me before, and I just wanted to take a second to thank you once again.  Your fans are probably some of the coolest people on the internet, so kudos for that!  And kudos for being rad in general.  I'm not looking for you to mention me again (you've been too cool to me already), I'm just hoping to pick up a few new members of the imaginary audience here and there which requires the occasional thread-whore.

Anyway, Animals Have Problems Too is a pseudo-collaborative one-shot gag strip.  People send me ideas for animals to draw or problems that animals might have, and I try to make a smile out of that.  I've heard it called explodingdog without so many emo song titles, which I thought was a pretty hilarious description.

The comic got a little saucy during Boner Week, but if you're reading this forum at work it's probably too late to worry about the word "penis."
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« Reply #6 on: 05 Oct 2005, 20:59 »

Asthma is Sexy

Kris and Guy are two average geeks, who are more than a little demented. Asthma is Sexy is an absurdist look at the world in which we live. From a pet GONK droid to supposedly homosexual videogame characters, Asthma is Sexy is part of a well-balanced breakfast.

This comic has been rated R by some people who don't like four letter words.
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« Reply #7 on: 05 Oct 2005, 20:59 »

I do a small comic that references obscure ska bands.  There's a bit of swearing in it.  Anyways, it's 21deadmonkeys
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« Reply #8 on: 05 Oct 2005, 20:59 »

Dish is a really sweet deal, I'll tell ya ^.^

Alrighty then; name of the comic would be Magnetic North.  Basically, it's the story of 3 kids straight out of high school trying to decide what to do with their lives and escape from the small, back-water-podunk town they've grown up in.  Toss in Russian terrorists, kidnapping, a one-hour photo booth, and a totem pole.  Updates Sundays-ish; I warn ye though.  If'n ye can't take the swearing, stay away o.o
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« Reply #9 on: 05 Oct 2005, 21:07 »

ok, I have a webcomic, that's basically why I'm posting here. It's called...
um...well, I don't actually have a name for it. It's crap, but it's professional crap, and the site is www.smileyheavencomic.piczo.com.

Gay smiley faces shall eventually take over the world, so lets all get drunk and party down with a few whores!

Sorry, editing, didn't read all the rules. My comic may be very offending to certain people, seeing as how pretty much every second word is a swear, and their is smiley nudity and sexual references. As well as homosexual referances. Basically crap I thought up well looking at porn.
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« Reply #10 on: 05 Oct 2005, 21:09 »

Welcome to BoyGenius. Please Have a Seat.

We all know Spider-Man. In his most recent movie foray, he battled the nefarious Doctor Octopus. This "elseworlds" [for lack of a better term] fan comic asks the question "What if Spider-Man and friends were all in school together?". The answer often ends in hilarity, and sometimes predicible happenings.

Recipe--

1/3 Dexter's Lab
1/3 Calvin and Hobbes
1/3 Spider-Man
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« Reply #11 on: 05 Oct 2005, 21:12 »

Now, as excited as I was to see that this thread had been created, I'm afraid that I've only just started my webcomic, and it's kind of lame so far anyway. I only have one thing up at the moment, and I plan on updating weekly at first. Now I'll warn you, The first one's not really that funny, but I'm hoping to start leaning in that direction soon. It's called "Devastating the Obvious", and can be found at http://www.livejournal.com/users/devtheob .

Thanks for giving it a look-see, I hope to have some better stuff up soon.
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« Reply #12 on: 05 Oct 2005, 21:12 »

The Plaza of Truth

A comic about a rookie supervillain strapped for cash and what he has to put up with from his coworkers in a retail outlet that caters specifically to super heroes.

Feel bad about posting this since I'm in the middle of a hiatus, but figured I might as well anyways (initiative and all that. Maybe give me a push to get updating again, heh).
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« Reply #13 on: 05 Oct 2005, 21:19 »

GARR.

I kinda feel bad signing up to the forums just so I can plug. Anywaayy...

http://hopscotch.comicgenesis.com

It's a short story about a guy and a girl. And how they want to forget.
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« Reply #14 on: 05 Oct 2005, 21:26 »

Hizzaa for exposure.

Right now I write for a little comic known as Trent the EmoGoth, where my lady friend serves as artist. The comic can be located at lifeispain.keenspace.com.

The comic follows the poor Grad Student Matt as he lives with the basatrd son of the two most self-victimized subcultures- emo kids and goths. The two share many misadventures interpreting one anothers lifestyles, with the occasional appaerance of independent movie talk and promises of absurdity in the future.
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« Reply #15 on: 05 Oct 2005, 21:37 »

It would figure I'm in between comics right now. When I get it up and going in a month, may I somehow submit it then? I know this is not likely, since you are already doing us a great service with this charitable linkingz, but I thought I'd ask.

Have a good 'un.
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« Reply #16 on: 05 Oct 2005, 21:49 »

So, so far there's me, Jeph, and Inlander - and everyone else in this thread has approximately one post.
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« Reply #17 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:02 »

You're the greatest, sir.  

I'm the author and "artist" of http://icth.moravec.net/"> Insert Clever Title Here.  It's mostly based on my real life experiences as a college student... and bad puns.  I consider the antics displayed in the comic as everything college is supposed to be, including Road Trip-induced series over breaks.  Other times are spent on other non sequidur events that are inspired by life.  I try to post Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, but we're all artists here, so we know that doesn't always happen.  I hope you enjoy!!
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« Reply #18 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:06 »

Fixer-Upper

Fixer Upper is about four people who purchase a run down house...which happens to have a secret robot city underneath it.  It's hard to explain, so it's easier to just have a look through.  It's still fairly new (only 30 comics in the standard continuity) and we've had a few hiccups in the updating, but that's being fixed.  There's a bit of language issues, but nothing that you'll get fired over if you view it at work.
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« Reply #19 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:08 »

Wow!  Who knew how many people in the world drew comics?

Hmm... well, I also draw one that's read by pretty much 100 people everyday. Which isn't a whole lot.  But I do think that it's gotten better and better and better, so that's all that matters to me.

COMIC NAME: 8 1/2 by Eleven

LINKAGE: http://www.lucastds.com/webcomic

SHORT DESCRIPTION: One of my readers wrote the following recently: "It's an earnest story done with drawings, and sometimes a bit experimental, and overall enjoyable. With some intelligence behind it all."  About some 20-somethings.  Living and figuring stuff out.

RATING: PG-wholesome, like cornflakes.

UPDATES: Weekdays.
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« Reply #20 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:08 »

Sorry 'bout those links. I'm used to a different kind of code.  Also, usually Insert Clever Title Here is readable anywhere, but occasionally... well, like I said, it's college ^^

~Sus3an
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« Reply #21 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:13 »

hey! sup folks?
first off, love the comic! one of the best comics i've seen. truely puts mine to shame...
well, my webcomic is still new. i barely have a month 'under my belt' so to speak. the following link will get you to the newest comic:
http://arichard3.photosite.com/nawc/?page=16
Unfortunately due to my current lay-out, that page has no links to the archives or news areas. Sorry, the URL for that area is http://www.notanotherwebcomic.tk

Basically my comic, named "Not Another Web Comic," is a myrad of random things, so far. A few video game related comics, a few 'real life' comics, and a few random filler drawings. Hopefully I'll get it settled down soon, but until then, enjoy my random-ness.
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« Reply #22 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:15 »

well, SUS3AN, your link doesn't work. but you'd know how to make links if you were a member of QC forums for any reason other than plugging yr comic. that goes for everyone. including me!

wait.

i have no comic to plug.

i just like QC.
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« Reply #23 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:26 »

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...if you were a member of QC forums for any reason other than plugging yr comic. that goes for everyone.


hey! i represent that remark!

anywho, i've been meaning to join but it seems whenever i'm on QC i only have enough time to read the newest comic then its off to something stupid... however, free advertising... how could i resist!?
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« Reply #24 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:31 »

Woo comic pimpage!

Anyways, my comic is called Sam and Eli's Adventures (http://sameliadv.comicgenesis.com). It stars two characters: Sam and Eli. Who would have guessed? Now, I have no art skills whatsoever, so I use my Patented Stick Art™ (patent pending). Check my avatar for an example. Most of the strips are totally random and unconnected but I have, in the recent comics, added a completely nonsensical story. It boils down to this: Sam and Eli want to keep bees, forget what they were doing, and go to Jupiter.
At present, the update schedule is a bit chaotic because I got sick and have no buffer, but I'm working on that.
Please forgive the web design not working in IE. I'm working on fixing that. I'm also working on fixing the scripts that do such things as tell you what my handwriting says (because it's hard to read and often completely illegible), which currently work only in IE and Firefox, but can't really be activated in IE. Whoops.

People can feel free to bash my comic all they want. I know the art is pretty (i.e. really, really, really) bad. I try to make up for that with funny content, but it's not up to me to say if I succeed.

[EDIT] I forgot to mention... My comic contains some swearing (maybe seven times total). No nudity, though (as that would be almost impossible with stick figures). Violence? Just a slight bit, but it's crappy stick-figure violence. Do note that the newsblog thing contains quite a bit of swearing, though it comes and goes. [/EDIT]


And if I'm allowed to pimp my second "comic", check out These Translations Suck (http://mybadmanga.blogspot.com). Here, I "translate" Japanese comics into English, and by "translate" I mean "make stuff up". I am currently "translating" Negima! and the story, at present, isn't really developed yet. The update schedule for this boils down to "when I have time", which isn't very often at the moment.
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« Reply #25 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:32 »

24 and a half Water St. (rated PG-13 at worst)

'24 and a Half Water St.' is the story of an ensemble cast of 20 somethings who live in(or around) 24 1/2 Water St. A coming of age story with aliens(?), an oracle, and an ever growing cast of cliche characters. Updated 2 days a week(starting Oct. 11th) and occasionally animated. Over 100 comics in the archive and plenty more to come!

Take THAT Luke. Now were up to X people :D

(X = the current number of regular forum goers)

edited to stay current!
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« Reply #26 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:38 »

I just began a comic called Un-Awesome which might be enjoyable. By the way I'm just really exited about a "big" webcartoonist taking such interest in the little guy. Really great! The link is here and in my profile.

http://www.webcomicsnation.com/ray/un-awesome
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« Reply #27 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:40 »

The Berkshire Hunt is a blog and a webcomic. The webcomics are posted in a seperate blog every thursday and linked to in the main blog. It's not really necessary to read the blog to get the comics but I like to think that if you enjoy one you'll enjoy the other.

"During the day, they drink, play video games and bitch about womens. At night they drink, swear and chase womens. No one is quite sure when they make time for sleep but they aren’t dead yet so it must happen some time. This is the Berkshire Hunt."

Some swearing.

Also, Jeph, thanks for the opportunity aye. Much appreciated. Your comic is good too :P
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« Reply #28 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:45 »

I write and draw a poorly-handled web-comic about astronomers. It is called konspiratsia and named after a Bond chapter. Admirable idea of yours, if also suicidal.
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« Reply #29 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:45 »

Muffin Time is a daily (weekdays) strip, that goes the slightly random and philosophical route of humor. Often considered a gag strip, but there is the occassional storyline.

I started this comic to share a simple, yet colorful type of humor, that isn't seen very often in today's comic scene.

Slight swearing in older strips.
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« Reply #30 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:48 »

http://whn.keenspace.com">What Happens Next is the site that my brother and I run. It follows the misadventures of Burk and Locke, two roomates, as they deal with gaming, friends, and work. Deals with a many things geek and otaku. It runs thrice a week with stand alone strips as well as different story arcs. We've been running for over a year and are currently working on a new site with our own domain. Thanks for checkin' it out.
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« Reply #31 on: 05 Oct 2005, 22:51 »

As my occasional comments on the http://www.livejournal.com/community/snarkoleptics/"> snarkoleptics livejournal community will attest, I am a longtime fan of QC.  But yeah, I joined this forum because of the chance to get one of my favorite cartoonists to take a gander at my own work.

I do a comic called "The Angriest Rice Cooker in the World" at http://www.angriestricecooker.com.  It's one of them repeating-image deals, like Daily Dinosaur or IndieTits, although it owes perhaps more to PartiallyClips, among others.  It's about a fuzzy-logic rice cooker who attains sentience, though he isn't particularly happy about it.  I do my best to be gigglesome.

EDIT: Sorry, I forgot to mention that there can be "strong" language.  But unless you're offended by high-contrast line art, you probably won't see anything offensive.
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« Reply #32 on: 05 Oct 2005, 23:03 »

Doin' It Up

I just started a webcomic called Doin' It Up. We're still working on the site and all that jazz, so the comic is set up through the forum section right now.

Basically it's an artistic version of what goes on in my life with as little added as possible. The comic and the site are... I'll say "peppered" with obscenities so be careful if you're the type to be offended by that sort of thing.
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« Reply #33 on: 05 Oct 2005, 23:12 »

I'm not sure if this is going to count either, because there's no actual site up. We're working on it. It's called "Stick Kid". And I'm sure the idea's been done a hundred times before. But I'm not going for originality. I just wanted to make people laugh.

You can find Stick Kid, updated daily, on my LiveJournal --> http://www.livejournal.com/users/at_the_airport">here.

And you can see his new home being built http://www.lowbatteryproductions.net/art_to_make_thomas_kinkade_kill_himself.html">here. So there's that.

Even if nobody really cares... because it looks like there's a ton of people that responded to this... I just hope you get some laughs... and can relate. Thanks for this, Mr. Jeph. I think we all appreciate it.
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« Reply #34 on: 05 Oct 2005, 23:17 »

I just joined the forum so that I can respond to this thread, because I am a whore. I'm sorry. I might decide to start posting on this forum every once in awhile now so that I feel less like a horrible person. Hurray! Also, I don't think you quite realize the floodgates you have opened with this thread. I do not envy you for having to wade through the undoubtedly insane amount of responses you're going to have to it.

Anywayyyyyy...

My comic is called Edwitch, and it lives here: http://www.livejournal.com/users/edwitch/

It's the story of a little witch in a big city, trying to learn to get by in a world that she cannot help but feel alienated from. But, um, it's funny! Sort of. I swear! It's very much a comic in its baby phases, and I'm deliberately taking it slowly right now, though the plot is finally starting to reveal itself. I'm currently posting it on livejournal, but I'm starting to consider getting a website for it once I've wrapped up the first story arc (which won't be for awhile at the rate I'm going, but heck, I like to plan ahead!) I tend to update about once a week. I hope you like it!

(Sweet, I probably just came off as sounding really pretentious! That's awesome!  I'm awesome!)

EDIT: Oh, and there's a fair amount of fowl language in it, and there will later be a bit of mature subject matter. Just as a warning.
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« Reply #35 on: 05 Oct 2005, 23:19 »

Quote from: boston
I do a small comic that references obscure ska bands.  There's a bit of swearing in it.  Anyways, it's 21deadmonkeys


Wow. I am a HUGE fucking fan. Good on you.
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« Reply #36 on: 05 Oct 2005, 23:24 »

I write/draw this really awful little monthly comic entitled http://www.silentboy.net" target="none">The Misadventures of Silent Boy.

It focuses on a 17-year old kid named (obviously) Silent Boy, who lives in an awful little place called Gruesome Town.  It's mostly situational comedy.  It's pretty dark, macabre humor with a touch of silliness.

Warning: Contains coarse language, violence, and gore.

Enjoy.
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« Reply #37 on: 05 Oct 2005, 23:27 »

Fuck it then.

My non-comic is called Instant Life Substitute, and can be found at the following cleverly abbreviated U.R.L.:

http://www.inlisub.com

As I said in my earlier post, it was inspired by webcomics - I like to think of it as a kind of bastard child of the webcomic scene.  It's an open-ended serial which has been going since January, and by sheer coincidence today's episode will be number 150.  It follows the lives of a bunch of 20-somethings living in Melbourne, Australia, and can be summed up by one of the taglines I use on the site: "A little more conversation, a little less action."  I guess one of the underlying themes of it is that people usually aren't what they appear to be on the surface.  Which makes it sound much more supernatural than it actually is (given that it actually is not even slightly supernatural).  There are occasional swearing and sexual and drug references, but nothing particularly excessive or out of the ordinary.

Sorry Jeph, I hope I didn't break any rules!
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« Reply #38 on: 05 Oct 2005, 23:40 »

I only started about a month or so ago so it doesn't have much on it yet and I don't update it as often due to the *backwards idea* of the webcomic.

Mine's called http://notreallybored.blogspot.com">Not Really Bored. Its really about being bored and basically features a girl on a couch who changes position in each strip and comes across other characters whilst bumming on this couch. At the moment its a penguin...

So far there isn't any swearing as such and is suitable for little kids. I hope...
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« Reply #39 on: 06 Oct 2005, 00:01 »

Hello! My friend Urishimo and I co-write (and I draw) a webcomic called http://normality.foggleflicks.com">Normality, about a high school in Japan where every student is assigned special powers to save the world -- except a boy named Yukio, who only wishes he could be 'normal'... like all his magic-using, mech-piloting friends.

We're having a short break now that I've started college, but we'll be back with more craziness in a few weeks!

The URL is http://normality.foggleflicks.com">http://normality.foggleflicks.com

EDIT: Oh, and I forgot to say, thanks so much for this opportunity, Jeph!
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« Reply #40 on: 06 Oct 2005, 00:18 »

Pandimaniacs - Rated PG13ish

An ongoing story about two students looking after a pyromanic demon. My brother writes, I draw and we've been doing that over 2,5 years - we just recently hit 600.

There's an English version and a German one and the strips exist in PNG, SVG and TXT. The archives are keyword-searchable... or any word, for that matter.

Thank you.
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« Reply #41 on: 06 Oct 2005, 00:18 »

Woo-hoo!  Jeph, this means the world to me -- QC was one of the strips which initially inspired me to start my own, back when I started reading just over a year ago. It's a huge honor to be allowed to plug on your forum.

Updated every Monday, Avatars follows the adventures of a novice cleric, Ruroshen, and his ragtag guild of misfits, the Striders, as they explore the magical world of Zoronha, confront evil wherever they find it, and generally run away screaming. An ensemble comedy disguised as mideival fantasy adventure--if you like EverQuest, World of Warcraft, or Guild Wars, you'll love Avatars!

There's only about eighteen strips in the archive so far--it's a weekly, after all--but I haven't missed an update yet! I'm proud of what's there so far, and I hope you'll enjoy it. Thanks again for the opportunity!
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« Reply #42 on: 06 Oct 2005, 00:21 »

Wow, this list is starting to get long. Thanks for taking the time Jeph.

Isolated Instances of Non-Gravity

I started in July and I update every Monday. Right now it's a diary comic, just me and my chinchilla and our day to day. But I have a stockpile of stories I'm going to start adapting soon.

Critiques are welcome. Thanks again Jeph, the majority of my traffic comes from your message board as it is (with Truth & Beauty Bombs making up the rest).

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tklongmire

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #43 on: 06 Oct 2005, 00:23 »

Hooray for random plugs! Thanks Jeph!

Okay. Okay. Here's the deal. I run this little rag online at http://www.tastyhumanmeat.net , which features DAILY COMICS (well, besides the weekends - that would be CRAZY). I'm a contestant in the Daily Grind Ironman Challenge and don't plan to lose anytime soon, which is a near GUARANTEE that there will be content, IN SOME FORM OR ANOTHER, posted on my website every Monday through Friday.

Let's see. There's a few different comics going on, but the main one I am working on right now is one of fishy apocalypse: how the world would run if it was flooded and everyone was turned into marine life. That's about it. I really just do it because I like drawing crabs and pufferfish.

Anywho, its totally lame but some people tell me they like it, so you should check it out!

TK Longmire
http://www.tastyhumanmeat.net

EDIT: I reread this, and I totally implied I only did comics on weekends in one sentence. Oops.
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Bezman

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #44 on: 06 Oct 2005, 01:01 »

I've started a project I call '24-a-day'. Essentially inspired by Ryan Armand's 168-hour comic, I planned average 24 pages every day until next summer. I'm ridiculously behind atm, largely thanks to a month-long depression thing. But I'm gonna go all-out now and catch up.

The comics vary tremendously. Tuesday is coffee-stained post-it note day. Friday is becoming full-colour day. Sundays self-referential day. Some comics are silly. Some are meant to be profound.

I only spend about 4-6 hours on most of the comics and am gonna reduce that time. But I like to think some are enjoyable to read.

Oh, and any negative criticism would be enjoyed by me.
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kremovich

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Everything In Moderation
« Reply #45 on: 06 Oct 2005, 01:03 »

This is experimental in the sense that I can't really draw nor am funny, but decided to give it a shot anyhow. Bad idea? You all can be the judge. It's about guys who go to school and like music and there will someday be a lot more characters introduced. Archives are 3 episodes old, so you can hit them all pretty easily. It's been left alone for a long time because my music is #1.

http://www.everythinginmoderation.net">Everything In Moderation

Does anyone get the jokes? Critique away!

Thanks
-Luke

PS Comic Sans was used out of neccessity... I have like 5 fonts. Apologies.
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TylerMartin

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #46 on: 06 Oct 2005, 02:20 »

On the Rocks

This comic is about a loveable Polar Bear, Wally, that winds up in Antarctica where he pals up with an odd little penguin, Osbourne. At which point hilarity ensues, everything from dark humor to physical comedy. It's a multipanel strip in newspaper format. It varies from single gag strips to short storylines or themes over the course of several comics. It appears in full color (well, several shades of blue and orange) Monday through Friday.

If you start HERE at the beginning and read about a weeks worth you should get a pretty good idea.

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My referrrer tracking said I got a visitor from this page a little bit ago, so I came here to see what it was. Obviously there wasn't a link to my comic here, so I guess it must have been some little elf showing me the way. Kind of funny. So there's a link now. Thanks for inviting all to share their comics. =)

-Tyler
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snickersnack

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makin' comics
« Reply #47 on: 06 Oct 2005, 02:23 »

NAME REMOVED
(that is the actual name of it)

It is about the adventures of some monsters who get into arguments, who say and do ridiculous things, who receive frequent physical traumas for laffs, who are adorable and strange. Updates on Tuesday and Friday and is in colour. Rare cussing, occasional gore.

I totally just registered to post this. I'm scared of forums, yet full of love.

Oh! Yeah: feel free to tell me what you think of it, my email address is on the site if you want to do it that way.
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blackmage

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #48 on: 06 Oct 2005, 02:59 »

I do a comic called The Other Goths. In the interests of saving time, this link goes straight to the comic. There's a blog page in front of it...

It's a gag comic about a goth and a punk, based on myself and an old flatmate, with a mix of random stuff that just comes out of my head. There's updates every monday.

Soon there'll be a new comic on the site, a more story based thing, but that'll come later on once I've got more written.
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Nick Shogun

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In the battle of Crocs v. Bears, who emerges victorious?
« Reply #49 on: 06 Oct 2005, 03:48 »

Hey, name's Nicolas W. Shogun. I've frequented QC for ages, but have never been much of a forum-goer.

My comic's called Jan-Ken-Po.
http://www.livejournal.com/users/jankenpo/

The comic centers around Addison, last human in the solar system, and her crew of alien sweepers, who retrieve wanted men from other planets. She is currently scouring the galaxy for any information on the whereabouts of Earth, which disappeared from this dimension forty years ago, along with every human on it.

The cast contains a rich flavor of languages, appendeges, etc. There are some four-letter words that your grandma may find unsettling.
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