Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on January 2, 2007 - 14:57
Entropia looks pretty promising. So far it's set the premise (two roommates - one the protagonist, one "wacky", a girlfriend (to the protagonist, and a plot - protagonist is going to pitch a script to a studio) which is vaguely sci-fi and been pretty consistent in art and writing. Both are not AMAZING (yet), but both are pretty good and I enjoyed it enough to submit it to Piperka.net and to come back to check out new updates. (Maybe this joke has been told before but I thought the Pandora's box jokes in this one were perfectly "stupid-funny")
Submitted by Lance_S on December 12, 2006 - 10:56
Rogue Wolf Entertainment is excited to announce the launch of REDSHIFT, a new sci-fi series, and the return of NOCTURNAL ESSENCE, a supernatural noir webcomic.
Lance Stahlberg and Danika Kenn are the co-creators of both series. They originally published NOCTURNAL ESSENCE under the label Powerful Press. This relaunch will pick up right where the story left off, featuring brand new art by Rudolf Montemayor.
To go with the new logo and banner, Rogue Wolf will publish new "remastered" editions of their back issues from the original label as well.
Submitted by itto_shima on November 20, 2006 - 10:12
A new black and white science fiction webcomic revolving around a Solar energy machine that promises cheap and clean energy for the whole world, the crew that will launch it into space and the saboteurs that are hidden away in the bowels of the ship and are putting the finishing touches to their work. In several hours, the launch begins....
Submitted by Bakesale on November 17, 2006 - 15:47
"Ged" is a quirky semi-surreal strip about a guy (the Ged of the title) who just got out of jail. I often feel that an artist skews the public perception of their work when they talk about influences, so I have some reservations about doing such here. None-the-less, I will admit that "Ged" takes takes its lead from Matt Groening's "Life in Hell" and Gary Panter's "Jimbo".
Submitted by C.M.Butzer on October 30, 2006 - 23:43
Howdy All, my name is C.M.Butzer and I'm new to this blog so I thought I'd stop by an introduce myself. I'm the editor of Rabid Rabbit comic anthology and webcomics (actually editor in chief, but my co-founder Paul Hoppe is the Art Director and hates there is no title"Supreme Art Director above/equal to the editor in chief" so I call myself the editor).
Submitted by C.M.Butzer on October 30, 2006 - 13:05
Rabid Rabbit... it's funny of course. Such an ideal name for a comic of any genre. so ideal in fact that alas, when you google it there seem to be many. BUT! our rabbit is more rabid in numbers! Rabid Rabbit is a comic anthology and has webcomics but it is also a collective of some of New York's finest up and coming cartoonists and renowned professionals! Like who? well, David Sandlin, Marshall Arisman, and John Hendrix have all contributed to the Rabbit magazine. As for up and comers you can't beat Xeric Grant winner Fay Ryu and german artist extraordinaire Paul Hoppe!
Submitted by jfreedan on October 21, 2006 - 02:17
I am not sure how notable this is in the webcomic world, but I (jfreedan aka 'Jim Freedan') have been featured as a 'Pop Star' on the Tokyopop.com website (click on the black and white 'shocked face' icon in the block).
You can see one of the character's from my Deathfist Ninja GKaiser webcomic, Glitter Girl, gracing the front page of the site with me!
Jen, the artist of the comic, was just thrilled when I told her about it.
Submitted by Tim Demeter on September 27, 2006 - 10:44
Jax Epoch- Quicken Forbidden
Written by Dave Roman, art by John Green
Disappointed with the world around her, teenager Jacqueline "Jax" Epoch was always looking for a way out. She found it the day she accidentally fell through the Realmsend, a passageway into a different dimension. Upon finally returning home she realized that everything that was magic in the other realm had begun leaking into her own, causing her reality to fall apart. And now that a destructive force known as the Quicken has escaped into the NYC sewer system, Jax tries to make up for her past mistakes by using stolen magic to help out in this new world she is responsible for creating ...
Submitted by carrollhach on September 17, 2006 - 17:03
I've recently started a new webcomic starring Clench and Cheese, two UK punkers who came to America in 1975, helping launch the budding NYC punk scene. Now it's 2006 and they struggle to retain their old-school punk ethic while fending off various weirdos and freaks.
This strip is published weekdays. I welcome any comments or suggestions about it. Also, there is a Clench and Cheese short animation currently in production, so watch for news.
Submitted by Myusollo on September 4, 2006 - 02:41
Action at a Distance, a brilliantly conceived project written by Gili Barlev and illustrated by yours truly, has published it's first issue! Be sure to check it out at http://a3d.comicgenesis.com!