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Melittosphex sapiens
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Originally posted by Dwight L. MacPherson:
I have a webcomic on Zuda Comics' website. We've billed it as sublime steampunk for the 22nd century. I'd love to hear your thoughts on our strip!

Read it here!

It's quite traditional, but very well done within the style of that tradition. I almost don't see it as a webcomic, more as a comic that happens to be on the web, if you see what I mean. I did really enjoy it, although I don't know if I'll come back to it, mainly because I haven't get caught up on the other webcomics I read!


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Originally posted by Hive:
It's quite traditional, but very well done within the style of that tradition. I almost don't see it as a webcomic, more as a comic that happens to be on the web, if you see what I mean. I did really enjoy it, although I don't know if I'll come back to it, mainly because I haven't get caught up on the other webcomics I read!


I totally understand. Still, I tried to grab readers attention on each page so they wanted to read the next.

I understand being swamped (seriously, I do), but I hope you'll check us out every Thursday; especially for tomorrow's grand and glorious launch! Smile


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Dane Cook's Final Horcrux
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not quite a comic, but I likes it



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Dane Cook's Final Horcrux
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Yet another one!

(I read 47 now! HOLY FUCK)



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I'm thinking that a lot of my internal conflict and malaise comes from the tension between the life I ACTUALLY want to live, and the stories I'd love to be able to tell? - T-Rex, qwantz.com
 
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the Wicked Little Critta
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I just started reading The Prisoner. I had almost forgotten AMC was running the new series these last few days.


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Amazing Superpowers. Be sure to read the hidden text.


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Axe Cop. Written by a 5-year-old, illustrated by his 29-year-old brother. It's awesome.


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That is amazing.


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That is one of the best webcomics I've ever read.


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Dane Cook's Final Horcrux
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Anders Loves Maria ended today - I linked to the beginning to avoid spoilers. The art changes so much, though!

You all should read it, it's a thing of beauty.



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Comixed


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Apologies if it's already in the thread and I just missed it, but for a long time now I've been a fan of Goblins: Life Through Their Eyes.

It starts out very jokey and poking fun at D&D, but very quickly takes a turn more towards being rather like Order of the Stick, and examines some of the same concepts and assumptions that OotS does.

Very nice writing, (although the dialog isn't always great or very subtle) extremely good and detailed art by the time you start getting to comics written with the last few years, the only real drawback is the slow updating pace. (It's a once a week comic, on Mondays, although it's almost always a day or two late).

Hope you guys enjoy it. Smile

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"You are a Knight Errant. All of the fun of rescuing damsels, and none of the paperwork." - Royko
 
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Lexis Nexus
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Dude, where've you been? Good to see you.

and yes, I've been reading Goblins too, it's pretty good.


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Originally posted by Count St.Pierre:
Dude, where've you been? Good to see you.

and yes, I've been reading Goblins too, it's pretty good.


I've been up, down, and all around. On a sort of voluntary exile from most of my online life.

Good to see you too, man, and it's good to be back. Smile



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Wandering, but not lost.

"You are a Knight Errant. All of the fun of rescuing damsels, and none of the paperwork." - Royko
 
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New Perry Bible Fellowship


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Dane Cook's Final Horcrux
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Eek holy crap!



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Recently discovered Buttersafe, but I've already gone through the whole archive. Some of the gags fall flat, but overall quality is pretty good, and when at it's best it's equal to xkcd.

Scenes from a Multiverse just started in July, pretty good so far.
 
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Currently enjoying:

Blip

Hannah Is Not A Boy's Name

Templar, Arizona

Darwin Carmichael Is Going To Hell.


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Going through the Sinfest archives.
 
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Originally posted by Schrödinger's Cat:
Can`t see the appeal of Dinosaur comics. After all, where`s the artistry in `cut-and-paste`?


You could say the same thing about music remixing...but sometimes the results are worth paying attention to. Same w/ Dinosaur Comics. It might not be your thing, but that's okay.


Please check out my comic strip TALES OF A CHECKERED MAN at www.thecheckeredman.com
 
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