Broodhollow » A cosmic horror adventure comic by Kris Straub RedInkRadio Mystery Babylon – Kick Girl - Top Ten Online Comics of 2012 @ Comics Bulletin Hi. Our endless year-end coverage continues with a bunch of comics you could read for free online. That's right, we're doing The Best Online Comics of 2012. There are roughly 7 million online comics, so in choosing ten we left out lots of really good ones -- probably some of your favorites. I chose a bunch of one-off stories while my peers chose their favorite longform webcomics. I really wanted to put Eat More Bikes on here but there wasn't room, so enjoy that as a secret eleventh entry. - Danny Djeljosevic Bouletcorp (Boulet) english.bouletcorp.com Bouletcorp is a French journal webcomic by French cartoonist Boulet (which I thought was pronounced "Booleh" like someone vomiting, but it's actually "Boo-Lay" like a strange kind of cheering noise), and by now he has made nearly every sort of comic you can within that format. - Logan Beaver Virginia (Sam Humphries, Pete Toms; Study Group) studygroupcomics.com "Why do I make drawings when they make me feel wicked terrible?" - Danny Djeljosevic
O Human Star - by Blue Delliquanti Spera LATEST COMICJune 2015 >>>> Back to home Adel's Adventures Chobo: Warrior Tabby Other Worlds Contests Site designed by Olivier Pichard Archive | Rickety Stitch Rickety Stitch Archive Lore Archive Characters Creatures Fiends Folk Geography Lore Rapscallions Relics Tomes About - Amya The Comic Amya is a high-fantasy graphic novel following the travels of a mute spell-touched and her unlikely companions as they are dragged into an adventure that is a little beyond them. Ultimately Amya is a story about self sacrifice for the greater good. It is also a story of how far one will go to obtain unearthly power; even if it includes throwing the world into a mythical war between fate and chaos. Creative Team Savannah Houston-McIntyre Producer / Writer About: I was born in the quaint year of 1987; and have been a writer ever since. I currently live in the magical town of Stratford and love nothing more than to sit by the river and watch the swans go by as I scribble in my notebooks. Literary Gallery | Twitter Andrew Hewitt Co-Writer About: Rebecca Gunter The Artist About: After completing college in 2007, I began working to fully support myself as a freelance illustrator, and haven’t looked back. Right now I live in the comfortably cheap and small city of Tallahassee. Portfolio
Shigabooks Upcoming Depravity in Demon by Jason Shiga | July 23, 2014, 6:48 am For those of you following Demon, I hit an important milestone today. If you’ve made it this far, congratulations! I designed Demon to unfold at an incredibly slow pace. I can’t even imagine how frustrating it would be to read 125 pages of comics over half a year and still not even know what the story’s about. I realize that’s a lot to ask of reader. The good news, by the end of the chapter, you’ll pretty much know what Demon is about. I’ll get back to chapter 5 in a moment, but first a little back story about the Demon project itself… I had originally penciled out the first 5 chapters and submitted it with an outline for the remaining 16 as a graphic novel pitch to the publisher of my two previous books. And they were right. But here’s the thing. For those of you who don’t know me personally, I can tell you I’m probably the most stubborn human you’ll ever meet. 3 Comments 0 Comments 8 Comments Comedy vs. 0 Comments
BACK JUST ANOTHER SHEEP - Eve of Destruction- Page One Yesterday, youth all across America poured into the streets in a frenzy of utter mayhem. In unison they roared, “We want sheep, we want sheep...” No doubt referring to JUST ANOTHER SHEEP, the soon-to-be world renowned webcomic . Just Another Sheep is the story of Banning James a 1960′s teenager with the fantastic power to make anyone feel what he’s felt– literally! Their cries were answered. Today marks the launch of justanothersheep.com with the posting of page one of the epic journey about to unfold. Bookmark the site, make it your home page, tell your gal, tell your pals. You’re welcome.