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Comic Plugging Thread 2k5
« Reply #50 on: 06 Oct 2005, 04:23 »

A comic whoring thread?  Too good to be true!

My name is Kev.  I draw a webcomic with my two best friends, Ryan (tech-guy, website designer) and Dean (Writer).  It's called Accidental Obscurity.  We appear as ourselves in the comic, but there is really no storyline.  The comic is essentially just totally random, sometimes not even trying to be funny.

There are gaming jokes, music jokes, random/obscure jokes, interesting historical tidbits and - most recently - a little 'English Major' humour.

I'm quite proud of it... I haven't come across anything else quite like it on the net.

Anyway, I hope you like it Jeph!  If you do, drop any of us a line, or post in our forums, or somesuch!

Thanks for your time.

Kev "Sideways" Benoit
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« Reply #51 on: 06 Oct 2005, 04:37 »

http://www.gregcrescicomics.com

Greg Cresci Comics is my semi autobiagraphical comic that takles the issues on video games, sex, cynicism, racism, and violence. It uses MS-Paint animation cells and usually is only 3 pannels. There is little to no continuity so if your looking to check it quick the random button is the way to go. I recomend 600-800 those are my best.

Edit: yeah some of them (around 80 out of the total) are pretty offensive so I wouldnt read in work. Some of the humor may not be "tolerated" be some, but it's nothing worse than shows like South park and the like.
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« Reply #52 on: 06 Oct 2005, 05:32 »

Phantast Staffing Services

Fictional Jobs For Fantasy People

Follow the employees of temp agency that supplies henchmen, heroes, and data entry specialists to the universe. Rated PG-13.

Think Doonesbury or Bloom County in terms of content. 150 strips or so in the archives. Actively looking for an artist interested in a partnership to take over the drawing end of things.


Well, this thread should keep Jeph out of trouble for a while. Just remember man, you asked for us. :)
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« Reply #53 on: 06 Oct 2005, 05:37 »

'ello there.  Name's SuiZ and I do two comics...well...I try to anyways...update schedule will resume a week from the next...

...blasted real life...

The Fermento Show - Yet another geek/gamer comic with the obligatory goth girl...surprises coming in the next update cycle.

The Drisdane Chronicles - You know how elves are always a dying race?  A race who's "leaving these shores"?  Well what would happen if they died already?  If they were victims of a systematic genocide?  They go Emo that's what...
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« Reply #54 on: 06 Oct 2005, 05:42 »

WebComic

http://www.earthbeta.com

It's a comical storyline comic.  I run it much like it a cartoon.  I go through episodes.  It has 4 main characters and is always funny while keeping a storyline.  Updates MON-FRI.  I guarntee a laugh.  Orginal Drawing style and completly different from everyone else.

-Bryan Jackson
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« Reply #55 on: 06 Oct 2005, 05:48 »

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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


The Spidey comic was ok, a little cutesy, but I'm really digging this Murphy's Law comic that was linked at the top of the page from the "boy genius" one.
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« Reply #56 on: 06 Oct 2005, 06:20 »

Well damn if this isn't just slightly intimidating.

Sockyspace is based around the lives of Socky and Gaffa, 2 flat mates who work in a video store.  I originally started with comics that don't follow on from eachother but then I started a story arc about Gaffa dating a girl that Socky once broke up with on the basis that she's "bat shit crazy loon."  After this arc I'll probably go back to one offs.   I'm always changing the artwork trying to get a more set style, as you can see, the characters sort of change shape in every comic, I'm working on that.  I do have a habit of not updating on time, I'm working on that too.

....I feel so dirty.
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« Reply #57 on: 06 Oct 2005, 06:26 »

Oh sure, you SAY you feel dirty, but I note it takes a self-whoring thread to bring you back to these fair shores!  People having been MISSING you, man.
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« Reply #58 on: 06 Oct 2005, 06:29 »

People actually noticed me? blimey.  I've posted a couple of times this week...just nothing worth while...mind you, when did I ever post anything worth while.  Well there was the cardboard tube battle with Sideways, but that goes down in legend.
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« Reply #59 on: 06 Oct 2005, 06:47 »

There was also the Ghostbusters pic, don't forget.

Anyway: see how much we wuv you!
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« Reply #60 on: 06 Oct 2005, 06:53 »

Feral Chicken: http://komejo.com

Feral Chicken is a 'lost in the wild' tale of a chicken, Sam. I try to make most of the animals act in a reasonably correct way, except when they step out of the main storyline. I've been posting three times a week for just over a year.

I've been writing for many years and this is my first attempt at cartooning. There's a pretty radical curve in the art over that last year as a result, though I find that interesting as well. :-)

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Joe K
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aliendogstar

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« Reply #61 on: 06 Oct 2005, 07:01 »

Hi. Nick here, long-time listener, first-time caller.
I do a comic called I Always Wake Up Lazy. It's one of those rare ones about housemates who sit on the couch with the occasional imporobable hijink, and talking inanimate objects. There's also a lot of sarcasm. And Richard Dean Anderson. And Chuck Norris. And that's it.
I also do a journal/blog comic called Braindead and Useless
Wait, am I allowed two?

Anyway, that's it. Jeph, you're a dude for doing this.
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« Reply #62 on: 06 Oct 2005, 07:10 »

Whoa do I feel out of place in this crowd, but here goes:

NGB (Nice Guy But)
An autobiographical webcomic that just doesn't think about you that way.
http://www.dingosatemybaby.com

Bad art and hopefully better humor.  It's conversational, thus far only involves the two main characters and breaks webcomic conventions out of equal parts intent and ignorance.  I've been a fan of webcomics for years now and this is the beginning of my first attempt to put my money where my mouth is.

Mmmmm, tastes like nickles...
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http://www.dingosatemybaby.com">Nice Guy But, the webcomic that just doesn't think about you that way

kbng

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« Reply #63 on: 06 Oct 2005, 07:29 »

Neato! Hey, well here's my submission - Computer Blues: http://www.simianportal.com/computerblues.html.

Computer Blues is a comic I started as a reaction to all the stress, frustration, and general spite for computers that I developed while getting my BSc in Comp Sci.  The story...well, there isn't really much story, it's just a bunch of crazy computing science characters, their antics, and their socially questionable behaviour.  There's the occasional reference to pop culture, geekdom, politics and whatever else I can pull a joke, kicking and screaming, out of.  I pretty much just make it up as I go along.  

And hey, thanks for the chance to show off my comic.  That's totally cool.
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Roonas

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« Reply #64 on: 06 Oct 2005, 07:38 »

Sacred Pie has been around for a few years on certain corners of the Net ... and best summed up by the artist/writer:

"Sacred Pie is the science fiction tale of three ordinary guys on whom the fate of the entire galaxy depends. Roonas, Sid, and Bob suddenly find themselves in possession of the most powerful weapons in creation and are thrust centuries into the future. Now, they must endure space pirates, alien overlords, galactic empires, bounty hunters, and hordes of Demons-even Lucifer himself- otherwise, all of existence will cease.
Sacred Pie has been online at www.sacredpie.com since March 11, 2000, and boasts nearly 1,000 full comic pages (including 17 fully animated pages in Chapter 12: War). Sacred Pie updates 3-5 pages every Sunday without fail(along with, but never replacing pages for, sketches, alien indexes, maps, and other interactive features). Sacred Pie is the life's work of Phil "Bob" Shaw (writing/drawing) and Tom "Roonas" Civill (writing/editing)."


I happen to be that particular Roonas ... and will guide you to our first page, and a recent example of what we're up to art and plot-wise now.


http://www.sacredpie.com/sacred1.html <--- First page of our prologue,

http://www.sacredpie.com/discourse32.html <--- a recent page in the latest chapter.  


As you can see from the difference between the first page, and the subsequent work, the art-work has grown considerably in 5 years.

We have an outlined story, and defined it into 3 particular books.  Book 2 is almost done ... probably within the next year or so it should be complete, and then it's on to Book 3.

Hope you enjoy the story, and any critiques are welcome ... (we've faced some harsh criticism before and are still standing) ...



-Roon

P.S. Thanks to Malk (dunno his SN on this board) for pimping this to us here @ Sacred Pie HQ's.
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billroundy

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My adventures are truly AMAZING
« Reply #65 on: 06 Oct 2005, 07:49 »

http://www.billroundy.com/comics.html">The Amazing Adventures of Bill

It's a journal comic - all true stories about life in New York City, updated about three times a week.   It mostly involves poverty, drinking, and failed attempts at romance.   It's an exciting life.

The only thing that's NSFW is buried about 100 comics back in the archives, during the scandalous "Hawaiian Hook-up" story-arc.  Casual viewers should be fine.

Thanks, Jeph!  Hope you like it!
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Mollinda

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« Reply #66 on: 06 Oct 2005, 08:16 »

Damn you Jeph you've managed to drag me out of lurkage ;)

Well hey all, long time reader, admirer and hardcore lurker!

So here is Tea For Three - it's not about music, or gruesome in any way - it's pretty fluffy and universally friendly. It is only a baby site, 10 issues old today!
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« Reply #67 on: 06 Oct 2005, 08:17 »

Harmless Free Radicals
http://www.harmlessfreeradicals.com/

I go by the name Fenmere, the Worm, even in the newspaper.

My comic is sort of a cross between a parody about life in a small college town near the border of the U.S. and Caneda and a tale of the battle between imagination and reality.  The lead characters are a band that formed one day when someone won "the band name game."  They have a comic, their own icecream, a whole line of merchandice, a strange and rabid fandom, and even a roadie, but no music yet.

A gag a week version is currently published in the Whatcom Independent, and those pages are displayed on Fridays.  I'm attempting to go daily with the rest of the comic, but have been seriously struggling with fitting it into my personal schedule.  It's been going for five years, so I've also divided the archives into books, to make it easier to navigate.

Anyway, you might want to just read Don't Touch That! and Cell Phones & Cigarettes if you're short on time or attention span.  They're my most recent work on the story, and should do an OK job on introducing you to it.  Glance at the very beginning of the comic, though, to see some... interresting.. artwork.

And thank you so much for the opportunity to share our works!
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Sus3an

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« Reply #68 on: 06 Oct 2005, 08:28 »

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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!


I'll admit, this topic was what inspired me to register for the forum, but I have been catching up on the other topics. There are a lot of them, though, so it'll take me some time.  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.

On a completely unrelated note, I can vouche for "6Prime" and "On the Rocks".  I've been reading the latter for a while, but the former kept me up until about 1:30 this morning reading it, and I'm going to keep with it.  As for the rest of the comics posted in here, I'll give those a chance too, but as for now, I have to go to work.  I'll try to be a better person in the future.
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« Reply #69 on: 06 Oct 2005, 08:37 »

I'm trying to imagine Jephs reaction to this thread.  So far I've got him slapping himself on the forehead, and possibly saying "Oy vey, what have I done?"  Then kicking a rabbit or something, we all know Jeph loves to kick rabbits.
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cleahpatra

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« Reply #70 on: 06 Oct 2005, 08:50 »

Willrad is my webcomic.

Willrad is mostly a gag-a-week with geeky stuff (like comic book conventions and robots) and relationships thrown in.  
We don't usually do continuity, though we have continuous characters, but sometimes it happens anyway. Willrad varies in styles, sometimes I scan drawings, sometimes I do the whole darn thing in Illustrator. My man and I write it, and I draw it.  Umm, hilarity ensues?

- Leah
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Rone

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« Reply #71 on: 06 Oct 2005, 09:00 »

Shades of Grey is a drama-based comic with adventure, romance, and fantasy elements.  

Following the afterlife of a naive young woman named Grace, Shades of Grey takes place a land seemingly divided between black and white.  Yet power can come from unlikely sources and good and evil are often found in unexpected places.  As Grace struggles through the unknown dangers of her new world, she discovers an even more perilous arena:  The hidden depths of her own soul.

Large archive, story-based, updated once every week with two to four pages.  Rated PG-13 to R for violence.  

Thus ends my shameless plug, and with it my lurker-dom.  Ack!  I have now posted, and am thus exposed.  Eep!
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« Reply #72 on: 06 Oct 2005, 09:08 »

Dang, everyone's eyes will be worn out by the time you get this far into the thread. Grab some visine and jump in:

no frailty - it's about life, love, family, and evil. Currently a couple of government agents, one from the Bureau of Evil Elimination (BEE) and the other from an even more secret group are on the trail of Lamashtu, the original vampire, the Daughter of Heaven herownself. But their personal relationship seems to be much of their focus so far.

I'll be happy to receive all comments including constructive criticism. As long as you're nice (as the rules state).

now to dig into the stuff in this list.
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« Reply #73 on: 06 Oct 2005, 09:12 »

Ritalinboy and Jake

A comic about rude, useless punkrockers. A chronic ADD-er and an olympic stoner, living with their feminist goldfish and the kid with amnesia that just moved in with them.

Does contain some strong language from time to time, so don't let your mom see you're reading this.
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Skylore

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« Reply #74 on: 06 Oct 2005, 09:45 »

This is my "comic". You'd think the fact that there were no pictures would require there to be an exeptional standard of writing, but you'd be wrong. Due to the nature of the site it's hosted on I couldn't link straight to the archive, but it's only one click away from the homepage. I even left instructions, because that's the kind of guy I am this week.

The comic itself is about 2 guys who write and draw a webcomic (stop me if you've heard it), and I've recently introduced a couple of female characters just so something can actually happen. I've been working on it for a few months but I don't get to update very often, so it shouldn't take you more than a couple of minutes to get through.

One more thing. The archiving system puts the newest entries at the top, so you have to start reading from the bottom for it to make sense. I'm sorry. It's probably not even worth the effort. Feel free to leave comments, criticisms and praise as your opinion may warrant.

Thanks guys!
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« Reply #75 on: 06 Oct 2005, 09:55 »

hey guys.

My name is Joanis and I make http://www.bigcheesepress.com/joanis.php">Rockstar Weekend, an indie rock comic about just-post-college life.  Beer, indie rock, pop-culture,  the hazards of dating, etc.  It's pretty rooted in the newspaper comics aesthetic, and the precurser (On Campus) ran in the college newspaper (2000-2004) with some of the other comics on the site.  New comics five days a week, so you can follow Erik, David, Lily, and co.  Rock.

It runs over at Big Cheese Press with some other awesome comics and columns.  So.. go check it out.
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Staplegunner

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« Reply #76 on: 06 Oct 2005, 09:56 »

http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.html

OK, first off, this isn't my strip, but the work of a far more talented artist:  Philip Jackson, who also posts on http://www.b3ta.com as JollyJack.  There are three characters sharing a house:
Art, an artist who suffers the same artistic and other frustrations we're all familiar with.
Kat, a perky female half-cat, who aids, abets and occasionally defuses said frustrations.
Pip, a nerdy penguin who acts as the third point of the triangle.
Their interaction is funny, plausible, extremely absorbing and well-drawn by Jackson, of whom I am in awe.
B3ta is one of the most consistently funny sites you'll ever visit; it has a board membership of around 40,000, and a distinct life and personality of its' own- pull up a kitten, you'll never leave...
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« Reply #77 on: 06 Oct 2005, 10:17 »

well, I might as well chime in.

Be warned, I like to make jokes, and write. I'm new to this whole comic thing, but I learn a bit more every day. I only have a few (less than 10, don't recall exact number) comics posted so far, and my only audience is close friends and my ever-loyal bride.

I cannot draw, at all. This is not an attempt to garner compliments to boost my self esteem. if somehow you think the artwork is good, you should commit yourself. I work my comic alone until I someday happen to find an artist who likes my humour and would work with me.

Try to endure the art, and hopefully enjoy the humour.
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« Reply #78 on: 06 Oct 2005, 10:41 »

'Seinfeld meets Rage Against the Machine'

For all you news junkie bush hating blue staters...
I do a daily political webcomic called Death of the Party.

www.deathoftheparty.com

I'm currently in the process of assembling my next submission to the comic syndicates so I'm doing a black and white style, but normally I'm in full, glorious color.

Hope you enjoy it,

Jonathan
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« Reply #79 on: 06 Oct 2005, 10:50 »

Edit: Removed the link. I'm not the author. Sorry.
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« Reply #80 on: 06 Oct 2005, 11:15 »

Quote from: Socky
I'm trying to imagine Jephs reaction to this thread.  So far I've got him slapping himself on the forehead, and possibly saying "Oy vey, what have I done?"  Then kicking a rabbit or something, we all know Jeph loves to kick rabbits.


I see your "kicking a rabbit" and raise you a "stomping on modem/box of internets"

Wow, there's some really great stuff in this thread! Pandimaniacs caught my attention first off but there's plenty more in here... this has become my new official procrastination thread!

Ctishman: Rule #5 dude
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« Reply #81 on: 06 Oct 2005, 11:17 »

How about kicking a rabbit into his modem/box of internets?
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« Reply #82 on: 06 Oct 2005, 11:41 »

Quote from: Sus3an
I can vouche for "6Prime" and "On the Rocks".  I've been reading the latter for a while, but the former kept me up until about 1:30 this morning reading it, and I'm going to keep with it.


Whoo! Sorry to keep you into the night. :-)

I have to go read some webcomics now...
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« Reply #83 on: 06 Oct 2005, 11:43 »

Like most I just joined to try and get Jeph to at least look at my comic.

*Bow's before all mighty QC creator* I offer, you Stars on the Ceiling. You can find it at reggieatfefan.tripod.com.

It's basically a comic journal. Everyday I give people a glimpse inside my head. This comic is me, every form of me. From the real life funny things that I encounter or think about to my thoughts about my life. It's 100% true and 98% accurate. Sometimes it'll be funny, other times a little bit more serious. Luckly, most of the time it'll be on purpose. You'll be confused, you'll be sadden, but mostly you'll just laugh out loud.

Also on the site is my music comic strip, As of Yet Untitled.

I encourage everyone and Jeph to check out and give me feedback. Be honest. I can take it.

Thank you.
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« Reply #84 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:10 »

There are a lot of people who joined the forums to post their comic. Self-whoring? Plugging? I don't know... I for one don't have anything to 'plug' really, as I'm not actively searching for readers, nor actively updating my comic. But if a fantastic comic artist offers to look at it and possibly give feedback, then I'm going to jump on that chance. I'd just like to know if what I'm doing for fun is going to matter to other people; if it's even worth doing. Not so much 'plugging' as 'please verify my existence.'

I'm sorry all the board veterans are upset because their beloved forum is now subject to newcomers. "I liked the QC board better before it sold out..."

Sorry if that's mean.

I looked at all the comics on pages 1. Here's some comics I loved (if anyone cares):
Isolated Instances of Non-Gravity: Great/unique art, easy to relate to.
Muffin Time: To the point, very nice to look at. Fast loading.
Name Removed: I laughed out loud. Nuff said.
24.5 Water Street: Good lord, a flash site that's practical and fast loading! Funny to boot. Super detailed/clean art. I don't see many comics I can zoom in on.
On The Rocks, The Other Goths, also funny/well-done.

These 6 comics have all found another regular reader. I haven't even got to the second page yet.

-Luke
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« Reply #85 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:22 »

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I'm sorry all the board veterans are upset because their beloved forum is now subject to newcomers. "I liked the QC board better before it sold out..."


Whoa...dude... who's ticked we've got new blood in here? Any comments I've read concerning all the <10 post people I read as "Whoa, lots of new people! This thread ASPLODE!!!!" Don't hop on the defense train until you're sure "all the board veterens are upset".

Glad you liked my comic though :D
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« Reply #86 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:26 »

http://www.betterthenyou.com
Erm... I spent way to much on these little plastic marvel superhero toys..., I was bored one day, and I made a comic and posted it on myspace. I had about thirty readers and they all encouraged me to make a website. The comic is called Better Than You, but in the QC post-ironic fashion, you get the URL. The comic is about whatever I feel like and it consists of web cam photos and insanely... mediocre Photoshop effects.

There's some language, but nothing that wouldn't be work safe.
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« Reply #87 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:26 »

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How about kicking a rabbit into his modem/box of internets?


Shit man, that'd be dangerous! Have you ever owned a rabbit? They are by far the most vicious hate-filled creatures I have ever encountered. That modem/box of internets wouldn't stand a chance!

Personally, if I were Jeph, I'd settle for huddling in a corner, rocking back and forth, shaking uncontrollably.

(Also, I'm really enjoying that "8 1/2 by Eleven" comic! Kudos to "tedzee" for being all-around awesome!)
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« Reply #88 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:30 »

Jephs too manly for that, he'd go on a rabbit kicking rampage, no rabbit in the state is safe.  And he'd yell "OWNED IN THE FACE" after each whack of a wabbit.

I'm gonna stop replying in this thread now, stopping the spam.
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« Reply #89 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:42 »

Keeps bumping the thread so that we who posted links get noticed.  I feel like I'm in a giant hole with a bunch of people.  Its like a mosh pit but the band playing is Cake... so it sucks.... more than... er... being in a hole full of people without Cake.
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« Reply #90 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:47 »

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Keeps bumping the thread so that we who posted links get noticed.  I feel like I'm in a giant hole with a bunch of people.  Its like a mosh pit but the band playing is Cake... so it sucks.... more than... er... being in a hole full of people without Cake.


Do you think being trapped in a hole full of people while listening to Cake would make you less or more inclined to hurt people than if you were trapped in a whole full of people while not listening to Cake?
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« Reply #91 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:50 »

Plugtime!

I write/draw a little webcomic called http://nosve.comicgen.com/">Nosve Release. It is a hand-drawn comic (usually black and white, sometimes with color Photoshopped in) about a bunch of college students at the Claremont Colleges, a bunch of schools in southern California. (Incidentally, that's where I go to school...quel surprise!)

The comic updates three times a week, except in cases where I get run over by a cement truck's worth of homework. Been writing it for a little over a month now, and I'm still not alienated/dead, so I'm taking that as a good sign.
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Dragonlady4

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« Reply #92 on: 06 Oct 2005, 12:50 »

I'm going to join the throngs of 'posts:1' people and put a little thing up about my itsy bitsy comic

The first thing you should know is it is on livejournal and is FRIENDS ONLY, apart from 1 comic, so you need to add it to your friends list to see it. Sorry. I just didn't want lots of random people putting stupid comments on it and trying to get first comment....it annoys me when I see it elsewhere.

Anyway, it's called MiniMCR (My Chemical Romance) and was born from the oddness of my fangirl friends. Basically, it's the band as Minis (like manga chibis, only, er, wider, I think. And with sillier expressions.). The humour probably works best if you know about them/have a fangirl friend who tells you everything she sees about them. Most of the comics are your rubbishy pencil on paper scanned in, since I started them in my own journal as a laugh, but the most recent one (and a half that I'm still doing) is coloured on the computer.

It has some mild bad language, but nothing too harsh.

It updates when I get an idea. Sorry.

And for those people who skipped the blah and want a link, its: http://www.livejournal.com/users/minimcr/
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« Reply #93 on: 06 Oct 2005, 13:01 »

Quote from: tasteslikeevil
Quote from: Rauko
Keeps bumping the thread so that we who posted links get noticed.  I feel like I'm in a giant hole with a bunch of people.  Its like a mosh pit but the band playing is Cake... so it sucks.... more than... er... being in a hole full of people without Cake.


Do you think being trapped in a hole full of people while listening to Cake would make you less or more inclined to hurt people than if you were trapped in a whole full of people while not listening to Cake?


I think that everyone would scream will rolling about in a fetal position.  I'm sure some people would suffocate, but that's the worst.  If enough people pass out/suffocate you can pile them up and then escape!  dammit, I found a use for Cake besides ending parties.
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« Reply #94 on: 06 Oct 2005, 13:41 »

I totally registered for this =|

Anyway!

Linkie --> http://www.drunkduck.com/Caves_And_Critters (if you get a "cannot be found", then my host is temporarily dead =p Try it again later, it is the right URL)

Caves And Critters is an epic fantasy/comedy/drama/action/romance Graphic Novel (focused on a central plot more than just spontaneous giggly strips), following (mainly) the adventures of Therandeman Elfine (aka Theran) as he seeks to make a name for himself with his various friends and allies.
Oh, and he's possessed by a demon seeking the absolute destruction of eveything around it.
And there's this other guy, Jax? Yeah, he's possessed too. Twice, no less.
Laughs, gasps, plot twists twistier than a Twister and giggles galore ensue 8D

Some occasional gooey bloody stuff and bad language. So keep teh kiddiez away. No nudity though, past the occasional shirtless guy =p
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« Reply #95 on: 06 Oct 2005, 14:18 »

Hate Song.

It's a comic about a 30 year old skid named Orest who lives at home with his father and his father's 13 year old mail order bride. There's a slew of other characters that make the strip interesting as well. I think it's pretty work safe, unless you count swearing and such to not be work safe.

The strip is more metal than shit. For real.
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« Reply #96 on: 06 Oct 2005, 14:27 »

Cold Feet In Bed

A graphic representation of my sham life. Includes:
Drunk checklist
Contraception shopping
Drug hunting rats
Chucking a sickie

Updated weekly(ish)

Inspired by QC but no indie references.

Probably not safe for work
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« Reply #97 on: 06 Oct 2005, 14:37 »

Random Whiskey Stew is the comic I write for. My name is Andrew Prenger. My Buddy Kevin McKenzie does the art for it.

Basically it is just a weird little comic about three guys who live in a college town that also has giant ants, zombies and the like. Drew is the anti-social drunk, Baines is the hyper sensitive guy who can get a girlfriend and Kevin is an in-between guy who keeps the peace. They have little adventures or just sit around talking about comic books.

The comic is the main feature of the site, but it is not on the main page. There are also random articles about video games and comic books and also longer prose that I've done for the comic to give background to the characters since it is a weekly comic and I don't have the time to tell them without taking a year.

Relatively safe for work. There is no swearing (yet), but there is violence.

Questionable Content rocks!
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« Reply #98 on: 06 Oct 2005, 14:54 »

Stuff I like so far (by no means complete or exhaustive, I'm just pulling these off the top of my head):

Cold Feet In Bed
Edwitch
Twentyfour and a half water street
Animals Have Problems Too (I cannot stop laughing! Damn you!)
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« Reply #99 on: 06 Oct 2005, 15:16 »

ok, so i don't personally draw it or really do anything for it except support it, but two guys i'm close have put together a pretty nifty little comic for the past year or so.
http://mastersoftheart.com
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