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Sinfest: The Webcomic To End all Webcomics
random nonsense 5 days a week
Daisy Owl - Get Involved
An Even Greater Movie
QC: New Comics Every Monday Through Friday
Girls With Slingshots
Red String ~ An online graphic novel / webcomic about romance, destiny, & self-discovery.
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Collar 6 – A Bondage Fetish Webcomic - Updates Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays!
Bear Nuts by Alison Acton
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Least I Could Do: the Comic » by Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza
QC: New Comics Every Monday Through Friday
Girls With Slingshots
Hero By Night - The #1 Superhero Webcomic
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QUESTIONABLE CONTENT: A COMIC ABOUT OCCASIONAL KISSING
Ensign Sue Every Friday!February 3, 2014 by Sarah Once more with feeling! Ensign Sue returns for her latest, epic adventure by Clare Moseley and Kevin Bolk. When we last left our heroes, they were a house divided: Captain torn from crew, Ensign Sue torn from love, and the Doctor torn limb from limb. Happy New Year! See y’all at MAGFest this weekend! Hope you and yours are happy and fulfilled this new year! Welcome Back Weegie Wednesday! Starting today, Wednesday 10/9, “It Sucks To Be Weegie” returns to a regular update schedule! ~*CONFETTI! Thank you for coming out to our new website’s ribbon-cutting! Pot Luck Comics Pot Luck Comics
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Least I Could Do: the Comic » by Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza
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Tales from the Middle Kingdom - Based on the classic novel "Romance of the Three Kingdoms".
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Piperka Piperka How it works A more hands on guide to the interface can be found on the example page. This is the control panel you will see when you are logged on. The (num new) after Browse comic list may be absent if no new comics have been added to the database recently. The (num new in anothernum) is a quick summary of how many comics there remain to be read in your subscriptions in total and in how many comics. "Your account" has options controlling the layout of the site and account details like your email address and password. Comic listings This is what comic listings generally look like. The "Bookmark the first comic" checkbox controls whether your bookmark is set to the first or the last comic page when you subscribe to comics. Checking for updates Set bookmark Revert updates. Updated comics Change redirect mode to: ... This page is where the meat of Piperka's functionality lies. A useful trick, if your browser supports it, is to add the following bookmark to your browser.
The Webcomic List - Online Comics
Comical, Web Comic Reader, Downloader - Web comics are immensely popular, with some having a following that would put many mid-sized newspapers to shame. Most comic enthusiasts read the comics on the web pages of their creators, while some make use of RSS feeds to receive update notifications and options to read them right in the feed reader. Third party comic readers and downloaders are not that common. We have reviewed a few that concentrate on Mangas, those popular Japanese comics. Among them Manga Crawler or Manga Downloader. Comical is one of the few applications that offers web coming viewing and downloading capabilities. Comics are downloaded by simply double-clicking comic titles in the sidebar. Controls at the top can be used to flip through the comics, or open the directory where they have been downloaded to. Comical can furthermore check all supported comic websites for updates, and display indications of available updates to the user. Information about comics are stored in an XML file in the program directory. Comical, Web Comic Reader, Downloader -
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Fist Pump
June 09, 2013 on GoComics
What are the haps my friends what could possibly go wrong all your problems are over June 10th, 2013: Over the weekend I was given a bag of sausage and they were delicious when I cooked them the next morning. One year ago today: you know that awesome book everyone suspects was ghost-written? – Ryan June 10th, 2013 June 10th, 2013
Abstruse Goose
Sinfest: The Webcomic To End all Webcomics
SUBNORMALITY! SUBNORMALITY! All content copyright Winston Rowntree, 2015. Museum previously seen here and then here.
Recently there was a thread on the Keenspace forums about things to avoid when doing a webcomic. I created my own little guide for the beginning webcomic artist to offer my own advice. Now I may seem a little more acerbic if not downright mean in this guide but given the huge volume of absolutely horrible webcomics out there I felt this was not situation for kid-gloves. No this is a situation that calls for tough love. If you don't scare the bejeezuz out of them before they pick up a pencil you'll wind up with a lot of crappy-assed sprite comics about room mates. In anycase for the dozen or so people who know about my own secret rant space I thought I'd share my little guide with you. A Guide for the Novice Webcomic Artist Things to Avoid for Plot. Comics where a bunch of room mates sit around and make sarcastic quips should be avoided. Comics where a bunch of room mates sit around and play videogames and make sarcastic quips should be avoided. Hey, you know what? Stick figure comics. ghastlycomic: A Guide for the Novice Webcomic Artist ghastlycomic: A Guide for the Novice Webcomic Artist
One of the most common questions I get is “Hey Jeph! I want to start a webcomic of my own, BUT I DON’T KNOW HOW!!! WHAT DO I DO?!?!?!” STEP 1: COME UP WITH AN IDEA. STEP 2: COME UP WITH A TITLE AND BUY A DOMAIN NAME. Don’t get a subdomain on somebody else’s site (ie mywebcomic.buttpig.com or handlefight.net/jerryscomicaboutfeelings). STEP 3: SECURE HOSTING. Some tips: "Free" hosting is never free in the long run, NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD BY THE PERSON OFFERING IT. STEP 4: BUILD YOUR WEBSITE. Protip: Seduce a programmer, have them build your site for you. STEP 5: START WORKING ON YOUR ACTUAL COMIC. Don’t have your first strip being your main character(s) doing some variation of “Welcome to the comic! STEP 6: DETERMINE AN UPDATE SCHEDULE, AND STICK TO IT. If you find you’ve overextended yourself, by all means scale back your update schedule until it becomes manageable. Possibly useful anecdote: when I started QC, I did two strips a week for the first month. Congratulations! So: SO YOU WANT TO START A WEBCOMIC - jephjacques SO YOU WANT TO START A WEBCOMIC - jephjacques
How To Host Your Own Webcomic | The Comic Art and thinking of D.J. Coffman How To Host Your Own Webcomic | The Comic Art and thinking of D.J. Coffman A few years ago I wrote a popular blog post on how to host your own webcomic. I’ve had multiple requests to rewrite or update this article with more screenshots for creators. Here you go! Free Lunches: There’s absolutely nothing wrong with hosting your comic under a free host if you don’t mind the ads or the slowness of the site, or the dangers that it’s really out of your control and one day you may wake up and the site might be down or your comics lost forever. But for those ready to take the next step and look a tad more professional and branch out on your own with full control, the following article is for you. YES, it will cost you a little money… we’re talking 8.95 a month here. (things you will need) In no particular order, this is what we’ll be covering. -An internet connection. - FTP Program: You won’t always need this, BUT you should have it on hand for manually moving files to your webhosting service and for better control on your account. Enter the name of the domain. BANG!
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How Not To Write Comics Criticism // Dylan Meconis Sep How Not To Write Comics Criticism A couple of years ago my good friend, the writer Sara Ryan, did the world a favor when she put together a blog post series called “How NOT to Write Comics.” These posts were needed in part because comic books are still not a very dominant medium in the English-speaking world. Yet many people in my part of the world still don’t really know how to read comics, much less create them. However, one group wasn’t served by “How Not To Write Comics,” because this group is not interested in writing comics per se. The results are, shall we say, mixed. For every column inch of well-considered and well-informed discussion, there are fifteen yards of lazy, confused, condescending, clueless, unhelpful, and sometimes even frankly hostile copy. Some of these critics are just jerks who resent that their editor has torn the galley copy of the latest Houellebecq novel out of their hands and replaced it with some stupid book with pictures in it. #1. So. #2. Bang! Biff! How Not To Write Comics Criticism // Dylan Meconis
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Fluke, Ladies and Gentlemen. We have new Fan Art from DaniVilliers. And… it’s Kyle and The Annihilator as My Little Pony ponies! I cannot tell you how much seeing this tickles me. (It’s taking all my willpower not to start belting out “If you want to ride… ride the white pony!“) And I know we count more than one brony among our readership here. (Thanks, DaniVilliers!) Look down below! Special thanks go out to long-time supporters Alba C. And OMG, floored-and humbled, deeply grateful, superhero strength hugs go out to longtime The Young Protectors superfriend Meagan S. whose amazingly generous $100 donation marks their sixth amazingly generous donation to this comic! Thank you all so, so much! So, this is one of my favorite pages of art in all the comic so far. (Actually, it’s not all about the guy linework for me on this page. Anyhoo! Oh, and I should mention that now that we’ve got everyone’s powers identified, it’s time for a very special next page. Engaging The Enemy Chapter One—Page 8 - Yaoi 911 Webcomics | Yaoi 911 Webcomics Engaging The Enemy Chapter One—Page 8 - Yaoi 911 Webcomics | Yaoi 911 Webcomics
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