|06-03-2012, 11:24 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2005
Web Comic Recomendations?
Further to my previous post I am now looking for recomendations for Web Comics to read over the coming week or so.
Recomendations can be either in terms of content and/or execution. If I could maybe get a little explaination of why you are recomending them as well then I would greatly appreciated it.
|06-04-2012, 03:36 AM||#3|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Mark Waid's Thrillbent has had some pretty good stuff right off the bat.
Also, if you're good with simple stick figures, Order of the Stick is an excellent read.
And for self promotion, my webcomics are Living With Insanity and Domain Tnemrot (Tnemrot has a larger archive for now, need to get the old LWI pages back up).
|06-04-2012, 09:31 AM||#5|
Comic Related Rocks!
Join Date: Nov 2002
PvP is always a good one, one of the originators. If you like gaming, comic and pop culture references, with some heart thrown in from time to time it's a solid read, and there's years of archives to keep you busy.
Spy6Teen is a webcomic I letter that was also in DC's short-lived Zuda competition and did pretty well. We're nearly through the fourth issue to date. It's about a teenage girl who is also a spy and how she juggles the two. It's not Kim Possible, I assure you. There is a continued story, deaths, and so forth, but it's still a relatively clean comic.
My comic Wannabez has the first issue and the zero issue online. The site is a bit in disarray, but you can check it out at:
And my buddy Cary Kelley is into I believe the 8th issue of his online full-length superhero comic Dynagirl, which is also really good.
You can read the 7-issue precursor to the series (well, issue #7 is about halfway done in posting, but all the issues and a trade are available in print) here:
You don't have to read FJ to get into DG, but it adds to the experience.
|06-08-2012, 10:29 AM||#8|
I'm really Richard Corben
Join Date: Jan 2005
I'd recommend going through comics on topwebcomics.com/ and www.webcomicz.com/.
And I've got two comics that you might like, Gene Gardens & Daddy's Girls.
King Tractor Press where much of my work is found.