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Web Comics

Post by volcanogod » Thu Jul 22, 2010 15:22

I've always been mildy disappointed with Webcomics, Mini-Comics on the other hand are a sheer delight, here is a short list of a few of my recommended artist/writers

Ivan Brunetti - Haw! Schizo
Walt Holcombe - Things Just Get Away From You
Scott C - Hickee
Jeremy Tinder - Cry Yourself To Sleep
Elio- Milkyway Shuffle
Alec Longstreth - Phase 7
Aaron Reiner - Spiralbound

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Re: Web Comics

Post by caramarydaisy » Thu Jul 22, 2010 15:27

i was talking about webcomics in the comics thread recently..
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Re: Web Comics

Post by indiansummer » Thu Jul 22, 2010 15:56

so hang on, is this thread about web comics or mini-comics? *scratches head*

i've always thought of 'mini-comics' as a descriptor for small press, self-published zine-type deelies, rather than pocket-sized comic books... wrongly perhaps; i suppose it's a good word for both.

Brunetti and Tinder are ace tips though. Great shout. i lent my copy of Cry Yourself To Sleep out ages ago, and now i don't know where it is.
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Re: Web Comics

Post by volcanogod » Fri Jul 23, 2010 08:16

Yes your right, i've kind of buggered up this thread. Let me put it right : -

Fred the Clown By Roger Landridge

though no-longer running as a web-comic this series had the distiction of being funny and well drawn. Also the short-lived Comic was great too. I believe it was collected in to a squarebound paperback.


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