Here is a list of the webcomics that have been featured so far:
1. Max Overacts
2. The Line
3. American Barbarian
4. Registered Weapon
6. Moon Freight 3
7. Birth of Venus
8. 99 Reasons to Win
9. Carpe Chaos
10. English Majeure
11. 14 Nights
12. The Hero Business
14. Super Haters
15. The Bean
16. Kiwi Blitz
17. Rigby the Barbarian
18. Of What Kind?
19. All New Issues!
20. Nathan Sorry
21. The Brothers Three
22. Richard J. Marcej’s Daily Comic Journal
24. A Wicked Little Town
25. Foxing Quires
26. Holiday Wars
27. Carl and Zip’s Adventures Through Time
28. Split Lip
30. The People That Melt in the Rain
Not sure if you’ve already seen all the webcomics you need for this feature, but if you have chance, check out the intergalactic eyeball feast that us mine… http://www.manfromspace.co.uk – read on adventure fans, read on!!
You might not have heard of this yet but you will and now you have!
If you are looking for that old pulp adventure like Buck Rogers and Agent X-9, be sure to checkout airshipdaedalus.com. It posts every Sunday and Wednesday. Thanks.
I was so glad to see Max Overacts on here. I have two suggestions, both with awesome art.
http://unsoundedcomic.com – Fantasy genre, super beautiful visuals, superb writing
http://shadoweyes.net – Superhero/teen angst genre and Ross Campbell, ’nuff said.
You need to check out Artifice: http://webcomics.yaoi911.com/about/
Some great books on the list, in particular American Barbarian. Tom Scioli is top notch. I had the pleasure of running into him at TCAF recently. He’s the nicest guy. Man does he love, and know a ton about, Kirby.
A couple of other webcomics I’d recommend are:
Another excellent strip is http://wannabeheroes.com/
Have a look at http://www.muchthecomic.com -it won a Xeric grant!
I highly recommend looking at Sluggy Freelance. http://www.sluggy.com
Absolutely insane. I can’t even BEGIN to describe it.
I love Maya: http://www.mayacomic.com
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There are two cool newish webcomics I’d recommend. One is Tom Boy Tara found at http://www.tomboytara.com and a very new comic called Elise in Pieces found at: http://www.eliseinpieces.com both are interesting reads. Both have female main characters. Both dark if you like that sort of thing. TBT is more comic strip based but follows a story and EIP is more graphic novel-like in presence.
Wow… There are some great webcomics listed here. Some of the artwork is out of this world!! I especially like “A Wicked Little Town.” Such style. I wanted to suggest one webcomic that I came across. I think it’s fairly new, but it has a regular update (Mondays through Fridays). It seems to take traditional newspaper comic strip approach. Check it out: http://www.HeyLester.com.
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