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Serialize Your Webcomic At Warren Ellis' The Engine

Warren Ellis is becoming the patron saintsinner of webcomics - now he's set up a way to serialize your non-superhero webcomic on his popular forum site The Engine. It's not a replacement for publishing your webcomic elsewhere (you can't host images there) - so it's more of a supplementary system. Â

And obviously, it may turn into a good place to read webcomics as well.

Ah damn! I've never been a

Ah damn! I've never been a big fan of Ellis' work (but that's okay, I don't suppose he's ever been a fan of mine either!) and now he goes and does something as cool as this!

I feel I must salute the man and immediately try again to find something of his I might like. It's not much, I know, but it's my small way of saying thank you!

What a guy!

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Broken Voice Comics
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Fell and Desolation Jones

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Fell and Desolation Jones are a couple of current series and a bit different. Might want to try those. Especially Fell. Not a big follower of his other works either.

I love to hear him talk ABOUT comics though. He's brilliant when it comes to the business no matter what you think about his actual comic work. And The Engine is full of incredibly smart and talented people. It's a diverse crowd and very refreshing. No cape-and-spandex talk allowed. Â

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