Webcomic list

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Re: Webcomic list

Postby kin » Wed May 06, 2009 11:08 pm

To add to the ones above,

The Abominable Charles Christopher: A comic about a sasquatch, gods of nature, and funny cute animals. Weekly updates.

Raising Hell: A Fun Zombie Comic. Almost weekly updates.

The Port: A comic about Hell (or something close) rising up through the crust of a small town. Updates infrequently.

Sin Titulo A serious mystery/thriller comic. Updates infrequently.

The Princess Planet: Goofy one-offs occasionally sown together. Updates Weekly.

Over Compensating: The Online Journal of Topatoco.com owner, Jeff Rowland. Updates often.

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Re: Webcomic list

Postby Welf von Ehrwald » Thu May 07, 2009 5:43 pm

Most of my bookmarks were already here, except for:

http://harkavagrant.com/ Silly comics I really like. History classes would be even more interesting with that.

http://www.thenoobcomic.com/index.php My first webcomic

http://www.thebricktestament.com/ The greatest story ever told with legos! Warning: contains nudity, sexual content, violence and cursing

http://www.customerssuck.com/strip/ Customers suck, yes they do
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby Occasional Sage » Fri May 08, 2009 2:16 am

Perry Bible Fellowship, now on hiatus. Hilariously effdup.

Rock, Paper, Cynic, in the vein of XKCD. Updates every weekday. Only a few months old, so the archive isn't much of a binge and there are some real gems. If you like PartiallyClips and/or XKCD, this is a great one to check out.
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby Starmaker » Fri May 08, 2009 7:40 am

Irregular Webcomic - Lego comic
Gods of Arr-Kelaan - digital
Minus - painted
Indexed - graphs and charts, funny and insightful
A Softer World - photo strip
Brat-halla - digital, very professional
Hero - painted
Perils of the Bold - Stikfas comic
Yu + Me - mostly digital, many art styles
Something Positive - digital
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby lamguin » Sat May 09, 2009 1:50 am

Hobgobwin wrote:
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lamguin wrote:I also second, third, or whatever number we're on many of the suggestions above. Except for CAD. That place is a hole.

Are you saying it was always bad, or did it just get ruined FOREVER?

It was always bad in my opinion. But it got worse.


I started reading at the insistence of a friend who told me how great it was. Then I stopped about 6 months before the abortion arc. Came back for the abortion arc after I heard so much about it. Left forever.
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby gameboy1234 » Sun May 10, 2009 1:50 am

"Do it?" Dan, I'm not a Republic serial villain. Do you seriously think I'd explain my master-stroke if there remained the slightest chance of you affecting its outcome?

I did it thirty-five minutes ago.

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Re: Webcomic list

Postby blackcitadel9 » Mon May 11, 2009 11:16 pm

Think most of mine have been covered.

The Wotch
Scary go Round
Angel Moxie - First ever webcomic I read
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby cdrcjsn » Mon May 18, 2009 6:53 pm

Everyone's already covered the ones that I read regularly.

I think http://www.daniellecorsetto.com/gws.html was the only left that wasn't.

Oh, and I guess my own comic :D

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Re: Webcomic list

Postby SteveMB » Mon May 18, 2009 8:51 pm

A lot of the ones I read were already mentioned; a few others:

Breakfast of the Gods -- A dramatic battle of good versus evil, betrayal, and impending armageddon in the world of breakfast cereal mascots, now completed.
Clockwork Game -- A retelling of the historical story of the chess automaton known as "the Turk."
Punch an' Pie -- Follows one of the characters from Queen of Wands (QoW is now completed).
The Non-Adventures of Wonderella -- Wonderella is much too lazy, self-serving, and snarky to bother with "adventures."
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby dragonus45 » Tue May 19, 2009 11:45 pm

Wow, this place is like a treasure trove of web comics i lost track off and could never find again. Thank you all.

P.S. finding my place again in all of these will take years, i hate you all.

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Re: Webcomic list

Postby shassinger » Sat May 23, 2009 10:31 pm

Ok if I plug my daughter's webcomic? It's good! I'm not just saying that, really!
Emperors of Byzantium tells of the transition from the Roman Empire to the Byzantium Empire, complete with betrayal, slaughter, cabbages, and -- wait, cabbages? Yes, cabbages. And Santa, see:
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby The Dark Fiddler » Mon May 25, 2009 6:29 am

Nerf NOW! - Primarily Team Fortress 2, but has StarCraft, Megman, and Left 4 Dead arcs. Is now on ENTIRE TEAM IS BABIES! arc.
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby DougGlendower » Sat Jun 06, 2009 2:20 am

Not to be too forward, but if you're familiar with Battletech or the Commodore C=64, please try my webcomics:

Miniature Rules

Crossing Bifrost

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Re: Webcomic list

Postby copperhamster » Wed Jun 10, 2009 4:35 pm

Knowledge is Power, by Laura Chapple aka Ironychan, a comic about college students who receive super powers based on what they were studying at the time of an.. event. 3 days a week, has gone on hiatus a few times as she's preparing to go to grad school soonish.

Dumnestor's Heroes, also by Laura Chapple. A comic set in a fantasy world, that's actually an RPG, revolving around the adventures of an elf-turned human because they were tired of the player playing elves all the time. 5 days a week, with occasional week long hiatuses.
(due to buggy site design, to get to the archives, click on the disk below the comic, then the navigation arrows will work).

Get Medieval (finished), also by Laura Chapple. Humans from other worlds visit Earth in medieval France, running from an interstellar mafia. After getting separated from the ship, it follows primarily Asher and Neithe, geeky college age son of the ousted mob boss and the mob boss's accountant.

A Miracle of Science (finished)- Written by Jon Kilgannon and drawn by Mark Sachs. Follows an Earth based police detective searching for a rouge mad scientist throught the solar system and the Martian officer assigned as his partner. Mad science (Science Related Memetic Disorder), space battles, deorbiting without a spaceship, and a bit of romance. (quote from chapter one summary by one of the characters: "Martians are spooky. They spend a century out of contact with the rest of humanity, then they come back and say "Hi! We're all part of a big group consciousness now. Did you miss us?"")

The Ten Doctors (finished) A Doctor Who fan comic with a crossover of all 10 of the Doctor's incarnations.

Aoi House (concluded), two guys at college, kicked out of their dorm, respond to a vacancy notice at the anime themed 'Aoi House'. Imagine their alarm when they find there was a missing Y on the Yaoi house sign. American made Manga, read right to left.

Slice of life... well when the lives are furry. by Isabel and Terrance Marks, who also do the coloring for Kevin and Kell.
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Re: Webcomic list

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Re: Webcomic list

Postby Lord of Extinction » Wed Jun 10, 2009 8:10 pm

I don't think I saw it in any of the links but...

FreakAngels is one of my favorites. Seems to update Fridays with 6-7 strips for the week.
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby Not Seth Rogen » Mon Jun 29, 2009 12:17 am

Darths and Droids - http://www.darthsanddroids.net/ - Star Wars seen as a futuristic DnD campaign. Starts off with episode 1 and uses screen shots from the movie to continue the campaign. It's hilarious.
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby moose o death » Sat Jul 25, 2009 7:29 am

err most of mine are nsfw

too much information
jack (pholph.com)


then CAD barely holding onto my visits. but if i have to read one more sob story about some other charity case.....

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Re: Webcomic list

Postby Whet Lunkhoff » Sat Sep 26, 2009 5:13 pm

http://achewood.com/ - Achewood. Quite simply, the funniest webcomic out there. Reduces me to tears on a regular basis.
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Re: Webcomic list

Postby moose o death » Sun Oct 04, 2009 4:38 am

yay jacks back to updating as of monday it seems.

jack is a bit darker (this statement now officially known as understatement of the century) than erfworld and ALOT more mature. it deals with some messed up stuff even for a comic about the afterlife. if you have the requisite open mind and maturity this is one of the best comics i've read.

and for anything you get repulsed by, remember people get what's coming to them in hell. there is no level of monster safe from damnation.


the first page there is roughly 2500 of them so you wont run out for a while
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