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Online Comic Strips and Webtoons

Discussion in 'Comics and Graphic Books' started by KristoCat, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. KristoCat

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    I like Slow Wave, a strip based on dreams submitted to the artist.

    Keenspot is a network of strips with various genres and styles. Strips are archived so you can compare the storylines, drawing style and writing skills from the strip's beginning to months or years later.
    I read Cool Cat Studios and Everything Jake, a college humor strip that later added sci-fi/supernatural storylines. I also checked out Sinfest as suggested by WoodenCoyote on another thread.
     
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    Atland is great fun for fantasy-lovers... Another one is Cogs & Robbers. It's steampunk adventure! Made by a friend of mine. I also enjoy peeking at the Marvel, DC, Image and Dabel Brothers previews.
     
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    has any one heard of sinfest it his so funny ill try to find the link and post it later:confused:
     
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    Yes, it's part of the Keenspot network; click the link in my previous post or go to www.sinfest.net . :)
     
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    thanks for the info
     
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    I use to LOVE Dynamite Girl. Pretty cool. Blonde chick kicking ass. VERY much inspired by Quentin Tarantino's films. Recommended.
     
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    Care to post a link to that web comic Catti?
    Please?
     
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    I wonder if anyone on the forum reads comics or webtoons online.

    What are your favourite online comics? Have any rare gems you'd like to share?

    My favourites include XKCD and Hark! A Vagrant. I've also been getting into Korean webtoons, and I'm loving Room #305.
     
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    I'm reading some Korean webtoons. Tower of God, Noblesse and Ability. I prefer fantasy ones, but I'll check the Room#305 as well.

    EDIT: Dmitri, Room #305 is great! Good I've check it out. :) Thanks.
     
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    It's amazing, isn't it? So glad you like it ^_^
     
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    I don't read any online, but I have started The Walking Dead comic books as I started the show and loved it! Anticipating the new episodes to come back on in Feb! I hate mid season breaks :(

    Do you recommend any good comics I may enjoy :)?
     
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    Given you like The Walking Dead, The original 30 Days of night by Steves Niles and Ben Templesmith may appeal to you.
     
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    thanks, I will definitly look into that :)
     
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    Bought my first virtual graphic novel yesterday, Hellboy Volume One by Mike Mignola.
     
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    Room#305 is pretty nice, yeah
     
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    I've come to the conclusion online comics are for comic readers of a certain age preferable to traditional comics. The common perception I feel is that book readers are meant to be intellectual whereas comic readers are meant to be juvenile. I'm forty five, I got rid of my last traditional comic collection twenty five years ago. My comic collection is growing again albeit it's invisible.
     

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