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Jim Crowe By Keith Damron Updated Monthly



HOOD CLASSIC: Chapter Three, The Relationships (Act. 1) Written and Illustrated by Herbert L. Richardson Jr./Arcadia Nevermind Weekly



Three Rivers by Joshua Hale Fialkov & Noel Tuazon



The Widow Reminisces Over a Plate of Vegetables By Alexander Danner and Stephanie Smith One-shot, No updates



The St. Christopher's School Takeover By Laney Berry -- updated once weekly. --



Richard III drawn by B. Zedan One-shot, no updates



WASTED Written and Illustrated by Gerry Alanguilan Finished



Hello, Hello: Test-card Yveselan Daily, except when too busy with prior occupations



seamonster



Sevenplains By Tintin Pantoja Updates randomly



Not Into Temptation Written and Illustrated by Mica J. L. Tuesdays and Thursdays (when I can)



Wahoo Morris Story & Art by Craig A. Taillefer Updated Wednesdays!



Rag and Bone Man By Tom McHenry One-shot, No updates



Golden Boy By Max Riffner Finished! No more updates!



If You See The Hills



The Ghosts of Pineville By Sara L. Turner Every Monday & Thursday



Spark-Tower Wilson's Silent Song by Jeff Coleman and Stephen Greenwood-Hyde



le pingouink (Now in English) by J Jack Unrau | art by Alison Froese Occasionally



Genre City: Plan B Written & Illustrated By Benjamin Birdie Every Wednesday



Back Written and drawn by Abigail Parker Sundays


Recommended Reading

Dan Mazur on The Good Crook Magnolia Porter

"The Good Crook" is a great read.
Unlike any other comic I've read lately -- on the web or in print -- "The Good Crook" is a great read. Fueled by writer-artist Magnolia Porter's obsession with '70s New York gangster films (especially Scorsese), the comic successfully keeps one foot in hommage to the genre, and the other in slice-of-life, domestic comedy-drama -- no mean feat in any medium, and RARELY achieved in comics! The story focuses on the relationship between a Brooklyn waiter/wannabe gangster and his tough-talking, street-wise daughter, who's languishing in the custody of her upwardly-mobile mom. Porter really knows her world and characters, making them likeable and believable. The dialogue is absolutely terrific. On top of this is her fun, fluid and expressive drawing style -- which drew me to the comic in the first place -- and strong color sense. Her shading of the faces is sometimes a little too eccentric and jarring, but that's my only complaint about this standout comic. ... read it now!


Gary Chaloner on Wahoo Morris Story & Art by Craig A. Taillefer

'Wahoo Morris' isn't the name of some gun-totin', fist-flingin' action hero. No. It's the name of a four-piece rock band trying to make a go of it. Part "Love and Rockets", part "Strangers in Paradise", this comic is totally addictive.
The first thing you notice is the seductive and accomplished art of Taillefer. His beautiful rendering sucks you into the world of the fledgling band and it's members, friends, flatmates and groupies. Next, he sets up a slice-of-life read at first... cleverly introducing us to the broad canvas of characters that make up the series. He quickly introduces a love subplot, a cast of wonderful secondary characters (including animals that are stunningly realised on the page) and a creeping forboding of something not quite natural in the world of one of the band members. Taillefer writes about what he obviously knows: music, bands, youth culture, young love... and comic books! The 'main' character, besides playing in the band, works as a freelance inker for some bloody god-awful superhero comics publisher! Ha! Art reflecting life reflecting... rock'n'roll! Highly recommended. ... read it now!


Joey Manley on Nice Work By Geoff Grogan

As of this writing, Nice Work has just started up, but it looks interesting.
"Nice Work" by Geoff Grogan looks interesting, in a way that manages to remind me simultaneously of the work of R. Crumb and Joe Zabel (yeah, I know -- strange combination).

"The future's been abandoned," says one of the characters early on, before taking his friend to a crapped-out and abandoned 1960's honky-tonk where Frank Sinatra (maybe?) was rumored to have once performed. Grogan gets you to a creepy headspace immediately, with his meticulous, ink-lines-out-the-wazoo art style and his deliberately stiff presentation and blocking. I look forward to seeing where this one goes. ... read it now!


A Church Burns in Sugar Grove By Tom McHenry One-shot, Five Pages, No Updates    ··||··    A Week in September one-shot    ··||··    Alien Shores Art and story by Kathy Catlin Once a week    ··||··    Back Written and drawn by Abigail Parker Sundays    ··||··    Book of Nemus - Prologue I, Let Me Sing You A Tale Written by Michael M. White, Pencils Gary Welsh, Inks Jordi Perez, Colours Hugo Froes One-Shot    ··||··    Bot By pradlee Variable, posted in clumps (when I have access to a scanner!)    ··||··    Broken By Chip Skelton Mondays, & every time I either feel like it or finish a new page    ··||··    BULLDOG BILLIONAIRE Written & Illustrated by SEPTIAN DR    ··||··    Capture the Moment Story and Art by Nika Tsu-Hwei Weekly    ··||··    Celestial By Mikiko Otaki One-shot, No updates    ··||··    Cool Kids By Nate Lujan To Be Determined    ··||··    Day 8 by Damian Duffy and John Jennings (based on the poem "No Ark" by Deborah Grison One-shot, no updates    ··||··    DEAD DOOR goldwater 1 By Danny Santos one shot    ··||··    Death of a Crayfish Purchased by Suzanna Curtis. Raised and buried by Cord Melton and Suzanna Curtis. Every day, but only for 11 days.    ··||··    Demonic Malachi all by Mindcat (ashacoleman) usually weekly; sometimes only occasionally    ··||··    Dragonball X By James Day Monday, Wednesday, and Friday    ··||··    Falling By Mark Langsworthy    ··||··    FLURIXFOXY! written and illustrated by Septian DR once a week    ··||··    Fox Daughter By Emily Vaughn and Justin Corwin Weekly    ··||··    FREE DOG by Kevin Hsieh One-shot, No updates    ··||··    Genre City: Plan B Written & Illustrated By Benjamin Birdie Every Wednesday    ··||··    Golden Boy By Max Riffner Finished! No more updates!    ··||··    Good Crook Short Stories by Mpearl Sporadic updates    ··||··    Hello, Hello: Test-card Yveselan Daily, except when too busy with prior occupations    ··||··    HOOD CLASSIC: Chapter Three, The Relationships (Act. 1) Written and Illustrated by Herbert L. Richardson Jr./Arcadia Nevermind Weekly    ··||··    Identity By Caitlin Woods    ··||··    If You See The Hills    ··||··    Inquisitor's Hell By Jeremy Wayne Satcher Infrequent.    ··||··    INTERVENTION by Simon Glassman    ··||··    Island of the Moths Written by Peter Gelman, art by Neal Skorpen Wednesdays    ··||··    It Can't Be Possible Bx Yves Ker Ambrun Monthly    ··||··    It Lurks In Darkness Christopher Jennings    ··||··    It's a Sore World, Honey Pie! Written and Illustrated by Pedro Martin. Updated when inspirations knocks on the door.    ··||··    Jim Crowe By Keith Damron Updated Monthly    ··||··    le pingouink (Now in English) by J Jack Unrau | art by Alison Froese Occasionally    ··||··    Lucky guy    ··||··    Machete by Gary Yap    ··||··    Mug By Alexander Danner and David Ano One-shot, No updates    ··||··    Nerve story & art by Eric Schuster Sort of a monthly thing    ··||··    Newheimburg Written/drawn by Ryan Robinson Updates every Monday    ··||··    Nice Work By Geoff Grogan Updated Fridays    ··||··    Not Into Temptation Written and Illustrated by Mica J. L. Tuesdays and Thursdays (when I can)    ··||··    Olympia Academy by Liz Two- Three Times Weekly    ··||··    PNCA Pre-College Summer Graphic Novel Studio Jay Rasgarshek    ··||··    Portraits of Nervous Children By Alexander Danner and Bill Duncan Not Currently Updating    ··||··    Rag and Bone Man By Tom McHenry One-shot, No updates    ··||··    Richard III drawn by B. Zedan One-shot, no updates    ··||··    Run Till You Die Sundays    ··||··    seamonster    ··||··    Sevenplains By Tintin Pantoja Updates randomly    ··||··    Spark-Tower Wilson's Silent Song by Jeff Coleman and Stephen Greenwood-Hyde    ··||··    Spooky Crayon by Mitzi Büker ARGLE BLARGLE hiatus is now!    ··||··    Still Scrawled by Kat Tuesday    ··||··    THE ADVENTURES OF DHENNY written and illustrated by Septian DR Monday, Wednesday and Friday    ··||··    The Ghosts of Pineville By Sara L. Turner Every Monday & Thursday    ··||··    The Ghosts of Pineville - Book II By Sara L. Turner Every Monday & Thursday    ··||··    The Good Crook Magnolia Porter Mon, Wed, Fri    ··||··    The Knife By Neil McTaggart    ··||··    The Shrews by Lamech Every Sunday    ··||··    The St. Christopher's School Takeover By Laney Berry -- updated once weekly. --    ··||··    The Vigilant By Chad Belote Updates bi-monthly    ··||··    The Widow Reminisces Over a Plate of Vegetables By Alexander Danner and Stephanie Smith One-shot, No updates    ··||··    Three Rivers by Joshua Hale Fialkov & Noel Tuazon    ··||··    tOrN By Zach Bassett One-shot, no updates. Completed in one week.    ··||··    TR3NSPL3NT Story and Art by XaqBazit One-shot, no updates.    ··||··    True Swamp Sample    ··||··    Urban Disturbance Story & Art by Blacksquall    ··||··    Wahoo Morris Story & Art by Craig A. Taillefer Updated Wednesdays!    ··||··    WASTED Written and Illustrated by Gerry Alanguilan Finished    ··||··    Whiplash/Amnesia Written and illustrated by James Haikin Monday, Wednesday, and Friday    ··||··   
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