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The Screw Clamp by Richard Rempel One-shot, no updates



True Tales of Bravery and Honor art by Peter Brandt, words by Aaron Humphrey Black and white M, W & F



Rebel Folk: A Novel, Engraved Written and illustrated by Valeria "Morrigan" Morris Updates on Tuesdays



Journey Into History: Isle of Demons By Robert Stevenson



Paper Moon written and illustrated by gwen rachel stanley updates periodically



SPQR Blues by klio Mostly daily



Franz Kafka short by Sean Michael Wilson and Neill Cameron



The Highwaymen Story by Adira Rotstein Art by Isabelle Melancon Occasionally



The Life and Times of Baby Otto Zeplin By BT Livermore Sporadically



The Kennedy Archives: Antique White House#1 - SATURNALIA Diana R. Sassé Monday, Wednesday and Friday



Family Man by Dylan Meconis Wednesday



Chicago:1968 by Len Kody & Tony Maldonado, letters by Kurt Hathaway (art on pgs.1-45 by Jenny Frison) updates weekly



Eppur si Muove by Matjaz Bertoncelj One-shot, No updates



The Marvel: A Biography of Jack Parsons Words by Richard Carbonneau, Art by Robin Simon Updates once a week!



Billy Gohl: The ghoul of Gray's Harbor by Elijah J. Brubaker approximately once a week



Outside Infinity By John Barber



Shi Long Pang By Ben Costa Every Friday



BURGENBORG By Thore Krestensen Try to update it as i get ideas for it



The Incurables: the Unsolved Case Studies of Dr. E. P. Waynwright composed and researched by Leah Teplin updated Irregularly



A Handbook for the Unpleasant Dead Chris Lowrance One-shot, No updates


Recommended Reading

Dirk Tiede on Quetzalcoatl By Gerry Swanson

Cortez had it easy. On his search for El Dorado and the Fountain of Youth, he only had to contend with the elements and natives. These conquistidors only wish they were so lucky.

Come for that jungle ambiance. And the gold. But stay for the dinosaurs.

"Quezecoatl" draws upon the best elements of historical action and pulp adventure. It's like "The Lost World" with Spanish explorers. You can probably guess what's going to happen from there, but it's great ride. Ultimately this raw enthusiasm for the subject matter is what I love about Gerry's work. When he decides to do a story about something, he gets right to the point and has fun with it.

On top of that, the artwork sells it. Just wait until you see the beasties, and you'll understand title a little more.

... read it now!


Joey Manley on Family Man by Dylan Meconis

Dylan Meconis of Bite Me fame returns to webcomics.
Dylan Meconis is one of the most interesting webcartoonists working today. Her first longform serial, Bite Me, has won praise from such worthies as Neil Gaiman and Scott McCloud. Back in the day, everybody was following Dylan. As often happens with graphic-novel-style webcomics, though, once she finished the work, and took a break, people moved on. It’s more difficult to carry a vast audience if you’re not doing daily XBOX-related humor. I’m not griping, whining, or complaining — I’m just saying. It’s the way of the world. Nothing you can do about it. But anyway. That’s why fans of Dylan’s, like me, owe it to themselves to spread the word when she starts something new. I'm very excited to see Family Man, her newest work, start serialization on Webcomics Nation! ... read it now!



Funny how the smallest spark can cause the imagination to burst into flame.
I first read Journey Into History: Isle of Demons when Bob Stevenson gave me a minicomic of it at MoCCA 2006. He presents bold black and white art, natural dialogue, and a smooth slide into the beginning of what promises to be an intriguing and fantastical mystery. Doesn't appear that there have been any updates in a while, but from the notes in the minicomic it is clear Bob is passionate about this project, and wants each page to be just right. I know whenever Bob does the next round of updates for this story, whatever wait there's been will have been well worth it. I was, and remain, hooked, and you just might be, too. ... read it now!


A Handbook for the Unpleasant Dead Chris Lowrance One-shot, No updates    ··||··    A Witch Art and Story by Ms. Drawist    ··||··    A Witch's Flight story and art by artartenart once a week    ··||··    Amrar Ambassadors Every other Wednesday    ··||··    An old Icelandic saga of old Iceland by Agouti-Rex    ··||··    Assassins: A Love Story By Basil Arnould Price (Art and Story) Updates Sporadically.    ··||··    Billy Gohl: The ghoul of Gray's Harbor by Elijah J. Brubaker approximately once a week    ··||··    Blood Rose by J L Haram updates daily    ··||··    Bonhoeffer by Richard Rempel    ··||··    Boudica - Forest Fury by Julian Grant One Shot - No Updates    ··||··    BURGENBORG By Thore Krestensen Try to update it as i get ideas for it    ··||··    Chicago:1968 by Len Kody & Tony Maldonado, letters by Kurt Hathaway (art on pgs.1-45 by Jenny Frison) updates weekly    ··||··    Eppur si Muove by Matjaz Bertoncelj One-shot, No updates    ··||··    Family Man by Dylan Meconis Wednesday    ··||··    Franz Kafka short by Sean Michael Wilson and Neill Cameron    ··||··    Going Home Rempel and Thiessen    ··||··    Great and Small by Nathan Castle COMPLETE    ··||··    Hannibal Goes to Rome written by Brendan McGinley, drawn by Mauro Vargas and colored by Andres Carranza One new page a week    ··||··    Journey Into History: Isle of Demons By Robert Stevenson    ··||··    KING JAMES MONEEGO By John Cote Twice a Week    ··||··    Last Night By Doug Hunter, J.S.P.S. One Shot, no updates    ··||··    Les Aventures de John F. Kennedy#2 L'empire de l'obscurit Diana R. Sass    ··||··    Newton's Law By Garrett Anderson and Dan Dougherty    ··||··    Noel Tuazon's Fialkov Adventures by Noel Tuazon    ··||··    Outside Infinity By John Barber    ··||··    Paper Moon written and illustrated by gwen rachel stanley updates periodically    ··||··    Quetzalcoatl By Gerry Swanson Updates Wednesdays    ··||··    Quondam Story by Rebecca "Azure" McCarthy, Art by Michael "Kriffix" Kaçar    ··||··    Rebel Folk: A Novel, Engraved Written and illustrated by Valeria "Morrigan" Morris Updates on Tuesdays    ··||··    Reconstruction by elena carrillo regrouping    ··||··    Scythians By Devin Parker On Hiatus Until January '08    ··||··    Shi Long Pang By Ben Costa Every Friday    ··||··    Slavyanska Bylina By Kyroslaus M. Updated whenever    ··||··    Small Steps by Raina Telgemeier one-shot    ··||··    SPQR Blues by klio Mostly daily    ··||··    The Custom of the Sea by Agouti-Rex    ··||··    The Devil's Guard George Robert Elford One-shot, no updates.    ··||··    The Fabulous Forays of Aeryn Daring by Nico Mondays    ··||··    The Highwaymen Story by Adira Rotstein Art by Isabelle Melancon Occasionally    ··||··    The Incurables: the Unsolved Case Studies of Dr. E. P. Waynwright composed and researched by Leah Teplin updated Irregularly    ··||··    The Kennedy Archives: Antique White House#1 - SATURNALIA Diana R. Sassé Monday, Wednesday and Friday    ··||··    The Life and Times of Baby Otto Zeplin By BT Livermore Sporadically    ··||··    The Magician's Assistant by Doug Millison    ··||··    The Marvel: A Biography of Jack Parsons Words by Richard Carbonneau, Art by Robin Simon Updates once a week!    ··||··    The Orchard from Here there Be Monsters Press Thursdays    ··||··    The Screw Clamp by Richard Rempel One-shot, no updates    ··||··    The Sorrows of Misfortune By Jake Richmond One-shot, no expected updates    ··||··    true magic by Doug Millison    ··||··    True Tales of Bravery and Honor art by Peter Brandt, words by Aaron Humphrey Black and white M, W & F    ··||··    Undertow by Ellen Lindner Sunday evenings    ··||··   
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