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Yanna

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Re: Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #100 on: 06 Oct 2005, 15:31 »

My friend commanded me to post here so:

1) www.toastcomics.com
2) A slightly toasted piece or bread and his pet pear encounter everyday situations. This is funny because toast is slightly stupid and over-joyed by these stupid situations.
3)Only bad thing is a "fuck" here and there.

sample:
http://www.toastcomics.com/images/27chillipepper.jpg
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RandF

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #101 on: 06 Oct 2005, 15:33 »

Thanks for the shot at plugging my daily web comic www.roomatesandfreeloaders.com My Name is Will and I'll be your author today (but only if your reading my comic as Im not the author of any other comics in this thread... Yet *looks around all shady like*

And now for the blurb

Imagine waking up one day and realizing that all your roommates are either jobless, spend all their money on things non rent related, or were never invited to stay in your home. Then you donít have roommates. You have freeloaders. Now take a walk with Spazz as he employs some unconventional ways to cope with the blight you once referred to as roommates. Who knows, you may even walk away without any permanent emotional scars.
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NiqueCha

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Overcoming extreme laziness to plug my comic
« Reply #102 on: 06 Oct 2005, 16:16 »

I write and illustrate a comic called Paradise Syndrome and it resides at http://www.strawpixel.com/index.php?cat=9  
It's basically about two geeks who watch TV and make fun of... stuff.  Or more accurately it involves one geek being mean to the other.  The mean geek is based on me.  I'm nothing if not self-aware.  

Enjoy.
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yeezil

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #103 on: 06 Oct 2005, 16:22 »

Hey Mike is a webcomic I started inspired by reading too many newspaper comics and discovering webcomics in the same week.
It's a gag strip telling the stories of Mike and his friends. It's stories may be somewhat weird, but it is still a young story and it may (or should I say WILL) get weirder in time.

Thanks for the chance for the plug, don't forget to leave comments if you visit.[/u]
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Malach

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JesusMan! and The Wraith
« Reply #104 on: 06 Oct 2005, 16:32 »

Hello I am Malach

You can take a look at these.

JesusMan!

and

The Wraith

Both are less than a year old.  You can find a description of JesusMan! here and The Wraith, here.

Have fun, and if you like them, you to can be a Bucko!
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jurnelei

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #105 on: 06 Oct 2005, 16:37 »

(content deleted due to redundancy... My computer is weird!)
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radewagon

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #106 on: 06 Oct 2005, 16:48 »

I've been writing and drawing My So Called Knife for a little over a year now.
I don't really know how to describe it. Many have said that it lacks direction, and it probably does most of the time. But I like to think of it as just a funny comic that isn't about video games. Also, it's going through a radical change right now, so, i unno. Read, and I hope you enjoy.
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jurnelei

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #107 on: 06 Oct 2005, 16:50 »

I don't feel *too* bad about posting here, as my post count is at least over 1...

Anyway, the comic I co-create is http://mediocres.keenspace.com">The Mediocres, a semi-autobiographical comic with all the names changed--I like making up names. It's generally mildly realistic with frequent flights of fancy. It's almost two months old, and only updates twice a week, so the archives aren't very deep yet...

Nine out of ten Shaolin Masters find this comic worthy!

(perhaps not as worthy as QC. But we're trying!)
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elyscape

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #108 on: 06 Oct 2005, 17:27 »

Quote from: Sus3an
The reason my links didn't work the first time through was because I'm used to the -chevron-  a ref = "http://icth.moravec.net/" -chevron- Insert Clever Title Here -chevron- /a -chevron- format.  It's habit by now. I'm sorry I'm an inadequate human being because I code differently.

Incorrect! That sort of code works fine on this forum. http://www.google.com">See? It didn't work because you typed this:
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<a ref="http://icth.moravec.net/">Insert Clever Title Here</a>
But you should have typed this:
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That is to say, it's href, not ref. This applies everywhere.
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Tristan

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« Reply #109 on: 06 Oct 2005, 17:44 »

This is my comic: The Wrong Band

It's the story of a band in Seattle and the people in it.  The jokes are just as often about something completely random as they are about music.  That's the basics of it, although it's slowly becoming more of a character piece than a gag comic.  

Tristan
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Rauko

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #110 on: 06 Oct 2005, 19:15 »

Damn, my "hello people from QC" news post probably wouldn't have been up...  I should have thought of that and help off.
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crazy_by_choice

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #111 on: 06 Oct 2005, 19:29 »

Technically this is more of a blog-with-comics than a webcomic, but there are a few comics, and art at the end of blogs and i intend to start a full-on webcomic as soon as i have some inspiration. and i've been told that the blog is quite funny. by my mom.

http://spaces.msn.com/members/tothamax/

The title of the blog is Nothing But Evan, so i guess that is also the title of the comic. Basicly the comics accompany my blogs and are wild exaggerations of events from my life.

I dont think i swear much at all.

Basicly, i think it'd be cool if I could say that Jeph Jacques visited my site.
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foursquare41

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #112 on: 06 Oct 2005, 19:31 »

A comic that I have created is called Eli and the link is http://elicomics.tripod.com

Unfortunatly I just started this comic a little under a month ago so I only have three comics up so far but I update the comic every Sunday so just check out the archive for the past three updates and enjoy them from there.

Thank you,

Jordan from Eli
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GothicGretal

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Gretal
« Reply #113 on: 06 Oct 2005, 19:40 »

Well...Feeling extremely guilty about signing up to the forums just to post this, but screw it. Judge all you want, I've been a QC fan since there were just 30 comics up.

Anyways, my comic is called Gothic Gretal - Life Minus Legal Repercussions. She has a quite a few strips that have been drawn and featured in my 'zine, but probably about 7 are up on the net currently. So there are lots more to come when I get off my lazy ass.

LINKAGE - http://www.livejournal.com/users/gothicgretal/

Blurb - Gothic Gretal is a somewhat violent little girl who dislikes bimbos and has a boyfriend called Gothic Greg who likes bimbo's as long as they're dead. Other characters include a polar bear who is convinced he's black and the bimbo's themselves.

Probably not for work reading, as it has references to necrophilia and some swearing.
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VonHirsch

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #114 on: 06 Oct 2005, 20:17 »

Hey all,
I write and illustrate The Amazing Big Top Traveling Carnival, a long form story about said carnival and the dastardly going-ons currently plaguing the carnies. 32 pages are online; I update with one new page per week. So far outside help has been enlisted to assist in finding out why the Two-headed Wonder is down one head, why the Lobster Man is missing his claws, and where in the world Gregor the Little Man got off to.

www.bigtopcomics.com
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tandc

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Tact and Civility
« Reply #115 on: 06 Oct 2005, 20:43 »

http://www.tactandcivility.com/comics.html">Tact and Civility

So I do the backgrounds and the text bubbles for T and C and my friend writes, draws and colours the comic . I love this comic and I think it has some great potential, but I'm a little biast. Here's the basic description:

"Two guys, the ruler of the underworld, an evil sock puppet, and a manchild. All livin together under one roof......Except for the last two. They're next door. It's Tact, it's Civility. It's....just combine those two words."

BTW some of the jokes might not be to great for a work enviroment or may offend but my mom thinks it's funny.
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BlueZombieSyl

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Malakhim
« Reply #116 on: 06 Oct 2005, 22:14 »

Malakhim

May be unsafe to look at during work hours - some scenes have graphic violence.

Malakhim follows the life of a murdered child, Ben, who has become the unlikely companion of the angel Nathan. Ben finds himself a pawn manipulated in an ancient war between the angels that has torn the heavens and earth for thousands of years, and has only now begun to change into something unspeakably savage, breaking age-old rules and unprecedentedly pulling humanity into the violence.

For Ben, the world he knows now is starkly, incomprehensibly different to the one he knew before he was killed. It is also one where he has lost everything he loves and knows, and finds himself unable to rely on anything, except perhaps faith - and faith may be all he has.

We zombies run Malakh Studios, which produces the comic - the artist/writer/creator is Aleph, and I just do PR stuf, like this ;) Thanks for taking a look at it :)

Cheers!
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« Reply #117 on: 06 Oct 2005, 22:51 »

I actually run an entire website, http://www.yournameisinvalid.org/morscata12/ which has a lot of cartoons and games on it. (I make/update all of them)..

Rav and Nash is a twice-weekly updating cartoon http://www.yournameisinvalid.org/morscata12/Cartoons/ravAndNash/
about two friends, bonded by an appreciation for electronica music but not much else. It's an interesting storyline, which will eventually dirverge into time-travelling and such.

http://www.yournameisinvalid.org/morscata12/Cartoons/mysterycrew is a collection of pixel-drawn cartoon adventures about a bunch of teenage "detectives" (I assume they're teenage..they don't act very mature) "solving crimes." Most of their adventures end up being rather silly and ironic.
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Skapare

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Re: Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #118 on: 07 Oct 2005, 00:16 »

Hello. You might not remember me, Jeph, I wrote you a couple of years ago and said your comic had been a great inspiration for me to make my own. A few failed attempts later, here we are.

http://odaw.comicgenesis.com isn't far gone yet, but it's coming along okay. It's a superhero comic, exploring the important question. You know - the interesting thing about Superman isn't that he can break a mountain with his bare hands, it's how it makes him feel. Well, so far it's just about this girl livin' it up in the New York city night as only a post-human can. Oh, and it's not safe for work.
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shenniko

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #119 on: 07 Oct 2005, 00:42 »

Quote from: TylerMartin
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.

------------------

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


Yeah, that was me Tyler :P

I posted, then re-read the OP, and saw the part where you need to be the artist, so removed the linkage :)

Shenn
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naga

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #120 on: 07 Oct 2005, 03:05 »

Captain Obvious
Somewhat absurd comic about a Captain, his wife and his enemies. I aimed for the "this is so bloody not funny it is almost funny" effect.

I realise my first post here is one pimping my comic (tho the comic is pure fun for me) but that's ok considering QC created this thread for that goal,right? Anyway, I do read qc on a daily basis.

I particulary liked the Hopscotch comic which was advertised in this thread as far as drawings are concerned, absolutely brilliant imo, but QC 4 teh win  :)

Thanx for any replies, u may post negative critique on my project. I realise it doesn't really meet up with standards; and I won't fall down and cry if you don't like it. All I ask is, read all 6 (sic :) ) episodes, because I don't like the first one myself anymore :)
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conditionals

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #121 on: 07 Oct 2005, 04:41 »

God this looks bad being a first post. A self promotiobot scumbag. And I don't even have the ultralame "long time reader" spiel. The shame!

Anyways, Protractorbeam is my geometry themed webcomic. There are only 12... and there was no "golden age", they were all terrible.
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theProf

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Re: Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #122 on: 07 Oct 2005, 05:38 »

Creative Block Comics

This is mine and a mate's new website, just launched today on a twice weekly schedule (i'm co-writer and webmonkey).  Briefly just describing the life of chubbah (the artist) and his friends. it's black and white, with a few colour strips now and again

This site is as safe for work as can be.
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Lloyd Jones

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #123 on: 07 Oct 2005, 06:30 »

http://mycrappycomic.lunarcry.com
Uh... yeah. Hi. I'm Lloyd Jones. I have a comic called My Crappy Comic just because I couldn't think of a name for it. It's about 5 college students, I normally just take whatever's going on with me or whatever's on my mind and make them act it out in a comic strip every Sunday. So it's sort of autobiographical. The characters do mostly have their own lives though and there are storylines.
That's the jist of it, really. Hope you like it, or at least don't hate it.

-Lloyd Jones
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alschroeder

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #124 on: 07 Oct 2005, 07:13 »

http://mindmistress.comicgenesis.com---old fashioned Silver Age comic book super hero stuff, with a strong accent on a sense of wonder, and an absolutely unique secret ID (for comics, anyway)---a modern Athena, as Flash is a modern Mercury, Superman a modern Hercules, and Sub-MAriner a modern Neptune.

Athena crossed with Flowers for Algernon.---Al
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Mollinda

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #125 on: 07 Oct 2005, 07:46 »

Dear lord I feel inferior after reading all of those!!!!

*vows to go and practise drawing without wobbling*
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Rauko

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #126 on: 07 Oct 2005, 09:51 »

pfft drawing... who needs to draw ^_^
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homosexual_smiley

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #127 on: 07 Oct 2005, 10:32 »

My comic sucked, so here's a better one by a friend of mine. It's garbage, but its certified and http://www.professionalgarbage.piczo.com/">Professional Garbage.
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LBB

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #128 on: 07 Oct 2005, 12:38 »

Hi!

My name is Laura Beth, and I make  http://www.bigcheesepress.com/brandt.php">Everyone Drunk But Me.  It's an autobiographical comic, and lately it has been about my year abroad in Russia.  Pretty soon I'll start grad school.  Then it'll be about that.

It runs five days a week at Big Cheese Press, with some other cool comics and stuff.
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Katsideswide

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #129 on: 07 Oct 2005, 17:40 »

Hi, I'm Kat! A friend of Lu who's on the forums. This is my first post and i'm not up to date with QC if i'm going to be honest, my webcomic reading habits have taken a turn for the worse due to things like uni and work coming into play. So yes, i draw a webcomic with my co-creator Dave called Two Sides Wide.

http://www.twosideswide.com

It's daily, full colour and about the lives of well, us, and our abortive comic making ideas. Kat, Dave, Treh, Lu, Ben, Puppy and Doug appear in short storylines and 3 panel gag strips. Over 500 strips and counting! Come tell us what you think!
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Luke

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #130 on: 07 Oct 2005, 22:29 »

LBB - your avatar alone intrigued me towards your comic, but the links on your webpage don't seem to be working for some reason.
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dorkboat

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Enter: The New Scum
« Reply #131 on: 08 Oct 2005, 04:24 »

1) The New Scum

2) Two stoners and their comic books, supported by a major university. Done following the footsteps of Bill and Ted, Wayne and Garth, Cheech and Chong, every famous duo, come Wade and Patrick, two students at Washington State University. This is a print comic as well, and has a lot to deal with the college town of Pullman. Pop culture and political references are common. Fairly lighthearted and not scared to be obscene (two words for you: Schindlers Lust.) Some strips and news posts are definitely not safe for work. Avast mateys, there may be boobies and drug references!

I'm a new artist who hasn't really had much in the way of schooling or experience... but i'm learning and i've got a nice little style thing going.

Also: beware the guest-book! We've been hit hard by the porn-bots and it not be pretty!

-Wade Zarosinski
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conditionals

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #132 on: 08 Oct 2005, 05:17 »

Quote from: Luke
LBB - your avatar alone intrigued me towards your comic, but the links on your webpage don't seem to be working for some reason.


Luke, your avatar made me think of orange juice. I don't know why. But I bought some. 7-Eleven quality fruit juice is underrated.

(I'm guessing Coldplay>Chris Martin>Apple>Fruits>Thing That Can Be Juiced>).
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LBB

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #133 on: 08 Oct 2005, 15:01 »

Quote from: Luke
LBB - your avatar alone intrigued me towards your comic, but the links on your webpage don't seem to be working for some reason.


nah, they work.  maybe you need firefox.
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thew

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #134 on: 08 Oct 2005, 15:19 »

Love your comic Laura Beth. I was up till 2am last night reading the archives.

And yes, that's how I usually spend my Friday nights...

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dmv912

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #135 on: 08 Oct 2005, 16:28 »

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tweetspie

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #136 on: 08 Oct 2005, 16:43 »

I've got a comic

http://peachykeen.tk

I'm thinking about starting to update again... I just might if people start reading
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noodles

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #137 on: 08 Oct 2005, 18:01 »

I suppose now is as good a time as any to try my hand at self whoring...

http://randomassembly.biscuitpress.com/">Random Assembly is a partial journal comic that is drawn for... well, it's drawn for no good reason, really... and has been an experiment in online comic making for three years now. Currently http://randomassembly.biscuitpress.com/">Random Assembly is hanging out with the biscuiteers of http://www.biscuitpress.com">Biscuit Press.

Hey, if I'm going to whore myself, I might as well whore my friends as well.

Woo woo!

/Noodles
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cheesehound

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #138 on: 08 Oct 2005, 20:01 »

Not Included
This comic is about adventures with a magic cow.  It's currently in the middle of a rather actiony arc, but tends to concentrate on strange journeys and random laughs.  It also changes art styles far too often because my attention span is negative.
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jodimest

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Well, what could it hurt?
« Reply #139 on: 08 Oct 2005, 20:10 »

down to business: http://www.jewelvixens.com

PG-13

I don't typically self-whore my comic... Then again, my comic's page is a sickly purple haze not of my design, with the quaint subtlety of a hit counter and all the culture of a petri dish...

Jewel Vixens takes place in the 1970's and is intended to be something of a spy parody/action comedy. The starlets are eight supermodels turned superspies by the mysteriously well funded benevolent organization, "F.U.T.U.R.E.", to combat the diabolical, yet color-coordinated evil organization, "S.P.E.C.T.R.U.M." It showcases anthropomorphic characters and has all the typical blatant innuendo of a good spy film, plus all the awful situations and ludicrous villains of a bad one.

If it sounds rotten, you're spot on.
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thefallcomix

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The Fall
« Reply #140 on: 08 Oct 2005, 23:17 »

Hey.

I have a comic at http://www.fallcomix.com

It's a sort of gods-and-demons myth in a science-fiction setting. I am aiming for a mood reminiscent of Phillip Dick's work- the idea that recontextualizing an archetype and then changing it at critical points can force the reader to really think about things they would otherwise take for granted. Stylistically it falls somewhere between Sin City and Cowboy Bebop- It's got some of the elements of a space western in it as well. Overall it's a scifi epic that has a fairly different take on the genre.


By the way, I've been reading qc since mid last year when I found it and worked my way through the archives. And just in case I just registered for a plug anyway (as this is my first post) I linked QC from my site, so hopefully my karma is intact.

have a nice day
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Luke

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #141 on: 08 Oct 2005, 23:38 »

Quote from: LBB
nah, they work.  maybe you need firefox.

Maybe I need to be less jumpy. The links are working today. However, it's 2:37 AM, so I shall browse your archives later.
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« Reply #142 on: 08 Oct 2005, 23:44 »

I'm not really a web comic artist...except for one thing. I do draw a comic. Irregularly, but it amuses me. This comic is hosted on my company website (Which is currently undergoing maintainence and redesign). To be honest i'm kinda whoring my site through the comic, not the comic itself. I only hope someone veiws it, sees what my site is hoping to accomplish, and is interested enough to contact us to learn more. One can only hope. So please do look at the site, and by all means glance at the comic. Comment, I'd appreciate feedback.Truth be told I am rather proud of the progress I've made art wise in the past 5 months. It doesn't at present have a story line and it's not faboulous, but i like it. It's mainly dumb things myself or my friends have said and done. the first ... 5 are mainly inside jokes, aimed at mocking my friends and myself, so hopefully their lack of humour can be forgiven.  Since then people have requested character development and plot driven stories, so I've decided to give it a shot. However the comic is slow going as I am focusing on other aspects of the business at the moment, along with working a "real job". I appologies for this big block of text, but jeph did ask for one paragraph.... Please visit

www.acridcreations.com
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Re: Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #143 on: 09 Oct 2005, 02:48 »

Quote from: Yanna
My friend commanded me to post here so:

1) www.toastcomics.com
2) A slightly toasted piece or bread and his pet pear encounter everyday situations. This is funny because toast is slightly stupid and over-joyed by these stupid situations.
3)Only bad thing is a "fuck" here and there.

sample:
http://www.toastcomics.com/images/27chillipepper.jpg


I... liked the way there were actual food stains on your comics. Who said postmodernism isn't good taste?
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Placidandy

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I also shall plug- a challenger is me!
« Reply #144 on: 09 Oct 2005, 03:15 »

I write and draw Pinch of the Glass, which is based in England and concerns an underfunded immigration control department who deals with the supernatural. You'll have to see for yourself, you'll get the idea- and there are tanks!

http://www.greychurch.com/pinch
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Re: The Fall
« Reply #145 on: 09 Oct 2005, 12:15 »

Quote from: thefallcomix

It's about an interplanetary garbage man.


I think you need a better description than that. I was gonna skip past your comic until I saw the banner(which looks great). So if anyone skipped The Fall because of the description like I almost did please go back and give it a looksee, s'pretty nifty
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Re: Enter: The New Scum
« Reply #146 on: 09 Oct 2005, 12:25 »

Quote from: dorkboat
The New Scum[/quote/

God title! Warren Ellis would be proud.
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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #147 on: 09 Oct 2005, 12:25 »

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So if anyone skipped The Fall because of the description like I almost did please go back and give it a looksee, s'pretty nifty


Cheers.  I did.  And it is.
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Tinjessla

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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #148 on: 09 Oct 2005, 16:44 »

Oh man, oh MAN. This thread is procrastinating gold! It's even stopping me from going to bed at the mo. Must...click...links..
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Before Sleep (& more)
« Reply #149 on: 09 Oct 2005, 18:13 »

I have a comic called http://artforest.org/colin/comics/before_sleep" TARGET="resource window">"Before Sleep" which I draw every single day and update in a batch on Mondays. Content varies depending on mood and available energy each night.  There are occasional continuing stories, such as the current pirate story. I also have some other one-offs (including two 24-hour comics) and more at my site: http://artforest.org/colin" TARGET="resource window">http://artforest.org/colin. They tend toward the whimsical and surreal, in a somewhat cartoon-y style. Hand drawn B&W.
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