Hotblood! Not Drunk Enough - Page 34. Mare Internum - Chapter 1, Page 34. Snarlbear. Brainchild » by Suzanne Geary. Trial of the Sun - 4-08. BACK. Cosmic Scoundrels. 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. Rickety Stitch. Wander : Blood from a Stone. Broodhollow » A cosmic horror adventure comic by Kris Straub. 28p01. Sin Titulo. Mystery Babylon – Kick Girl - O Human Star - by Blue Delliquanti. Monsterkind. 120written by Taylor on April 15th, 2014 6:00PM EST Oh, I guess that's him.
Well, he seems...graceful. Today was a double update, so if you missed page 114, click the previous button! Hey there, guys! Thank you so much for letting me skip Friday to work on these pages more. See you on Friday! Platinum Black » A Comic by Kelly Turnbull. 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. Alpha Flag - Updates every Thursdayish. JUST ANOTHER SHEEP - Eve of Destruction- Page One. Yesterday, youth all across America poured into the streets in a frenzy of utter mayhem.
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In addition to Mulder visiting Graceland and Scully getting her groove back, there’s the opening scene where Scully points out that their latest informant clearly lifted his government-conspiracy story from a “Rocky and Bullwinkle” story arc. Headache. Axe Cop. ULTRASYLVANIA -
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By Ramón Pérez » Current. Outside of the comments section, january 10 2012 was my last official post. definitely been a while. it’s been a wild year and half. my career has skyrocketed in various different directions. 2012 was full of promotion and travel, i was barely home, and when i was i was squeezing in what work i could to make ends meet. 2013 has been a continuation, though i purposefully cut down on travel in order to refocus on work. while fantastic it’s been a blur. it seems time moves quicker and quicker as you get older and take on more responsibility. but i wouldn’t change a thing. things are still busy, but i’m exerting more control rather than blindly riding the wave. over the past two years i’ve talked with many people who have expressed their love of kukuburi, and others who have pronounced it’s TOD. the one thing that rings true is the statement “you don’t know what you have until it’s gone”, and i miss kukuburi. see you all soon, ramón.
So very close now. And as I attempt to avoid freaking out in advance of the start of Season 2, I give you this piece of tomfoolery (matfoolery?) To tide you over until next week’s Fateful Day, when we gear up for another chapter of 6-Commando. This week, I have a little bit of nitty-gritty to add to the mix, and it’s about RSS feeds. I can already imagine everyone’s eyes glazing over.
Anyway, that’s all a lot of nonsense to me, but I wanted it to be out there, just in case. ReMIND. I don’t usually bring up world events on this blog but I just can’t help myself.
This is just too big to ignore. So we all know about the current war going on in Syria and Damascus (the capital of Syria) right? You have probably been hearing about all the drama between Israel, Russia, China and the US and everyone else right? Well, have you ever read Isaiah 17? Vattu. Lovecraft is Missing. Boxer Hockey. A steampunk fantasy webcomic. Bucko - A Comical Murder-Mystery. Steve Ogden's Moon Town - String Theory - A Weekly Updated Downward Spiral. Dresden Codak. Lackadaisy Haymaker. The Calinda is a dance with roots tracing back to African martial arts.
It appears to have made its way to the American South with the slave trade where it intermingled with Creole and Cajun cultures and developed a new reputation as a bawdy, forbidden dance with implications of Voodoo practice. In sidelong reference to the Calinda dance, a girl named Colinda occasionally appears in Louisiana folksongs - the popular Cajun tune "Allons Danser Colinda" among them. Two Guys and Guy - Updates on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Hipster Hitler. Warbot. Gone with the Blastwave - Type E webcomic. The Zombie Hunters. Rock, Paper, Cynic: a webcomic for the unimpressed. A softer world: 662.