Favorite Web Comics

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Eleika!!! YES! SomethingPositive is awesome!!!

I was looking to see if someone would mention it, and there it is, down at the bottom of your list. It makes me happy.


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so hear are two good web comics that i have been reading instead of doing my home work.

http://www.seraph-inn.com/index.html

this is a very good fantasy comic. the story is engaging and the art is also very good, easy to read and well worth a look.

http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/cgi-bin ... e=20050221

this one is more science fiction in its own strange way but the art is great and the story funny. there are lots of in jokes for people who have read other comics buy Phil Foglio. Winslow makes a appearance to. if you have not had the pleasure of foglio humor, go for it is mostly harmless like Winslow.

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I have a friend who draws her own comic, and, although she won't admit it, she's good enough to be professional. Not to mention the plot of her comic is extremely original and very funny.

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Royal Blue

http://royalblue.comicgenesis.com

And I get to see the pages before they go up, Muwahah.

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hey nice to see you around again. missed you.

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I like Friendly Hostility, Two Lumps, Pandect, and a lot of other comics people have already named.

And my own comic amuses me way too much. It's like I forget what I've drawn/written three pages back.

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Well, if you don't mind me blowing my own horn TOO loudly I think you'd all enjoy my comic "G.A.A.K: Groovy Ass Alien Kreatures". It's 50's style creature feature like "The Invaders from Mars" mixed with 80's Spielberg like "The Goonies", "ET", and "Close Encounters", with a dash of Tim Burton's "Mars Attacks" for flavor. How can you go wrong with a recipe like that? LOL! :)

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Re: Favorite Web Comics

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Anime Trekker wrote:Well, Web Comics is developing into "The Thing" for comic book artists (especially the unknown artists) to express themselves, and I was wondering what everyone's favorite Web Comics are.

As for me, I enjoy U.S. and Canadian artists who do anime/manga influenced work because it's very unique, such as these:

Any comic at Svetlana Chmakova's website at obtenir crédithttp://www.svetlania.com/ (Dramacon, Night Silver, Svetlania Wheneverly, Chasing Rainbows)


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