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Steven Heinrich
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Have a webcomic? Here is the place to let people know!
« on: September 25, 2006, 11:27:22 PM »

If you have a webcomic, supply your name, your site, and a short paragraph about what kind of webcomic it is.

(Please remember to notate whether it is KID SAFE or not)
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Re: Have a webcomic? Here is the place to let people know!
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2006, 04:20:34 PM »

I guess I’ll get the ball rolling on this. Last month I joined the ranks of “everyone and their brother has a webcomic,” bringing Sticky Floors to the webcomic collective Snafu Comics.

Sticky Floors is a comic about life, love, and the exchange of bodily liquids – it’s very “talking-heads…” Dirty talking heads. And based almost entirely on my childhood. ;P

Sticky Floors IS NOT CHILD SAFE. (Not that there really is anything on Snafu that is child-safe, of course. Well, except maybe the PPG Doujin, but even that’s got teh violence.) Sticky Floors is updated Wednesdays and Saturdays and is in full Photoshop color. Co-created, always illustrated, and usually written by comic book artist Matt Herms (that's'a'me =D).

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« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2006, 08:26:16 PM »

I suppose I'll post mine though it's really under construction and on hiatus.  It's in my sig but I do/did the comic Star Cross'd Destiny which I'm currently rebuilding with the newer pages, etc and starting over.  So there's about 120 pages up right now but I'm going to put in the new pages to make it consistent.  Don't plan on updating for a while but the whole first book is up and part of Book 2.  If you like supernatural powers, New Orleans, and mass amounts of explosions you might like it.  ^_^

Uh yeah, psuedo kid-safe.  We're rated 14+  ^_^
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« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2006, 10:26:24 AM »

Cheesy  Most of the comics are child safe, but would not be interesting to children under 10 due to the serious themes.  Implied nudity on rare occasion, no serious swearing, no gore, but serious themes and some adult situations.

Alien Dice PG 13 - http://aliendice.com

-Long, winding story about an alien caught in a game in which is life is the prize and he's so close to winning... only he's now being distracted by a human girl and his game 'pieces' have a mind of their own.  It will be concluding in a year or so.

Shivae! PG - http://shivae.net

-Basically lots of winged dinosaurlike creatures surviving in a changing world which is being invaded by newcomers, also involves gryphons and a host of other creatures.

The Cyantian Chronicles - http://cyantian.net
Akaelae PG - Campus Safari  PG - Genoworks Saga PG currently updating

- A host of webcomics centering in the world of Cyantia and on Earth and Mars.  Sci-fi anthromorphic adventures.

No Angel -PG 13 - http://cyantian.net/noangel/

- It's included in the Cyantian Chronicles, but centers on the humans at Mars Academy, primarily a couple of winged bishounen an anime loving fangirl and a furry fanboy.. oh.. and a werewolf allergic to his own fur.  No Angel is now drawn by another artist.

Cafe' Anime PG - http://shivae.net/cafeanime/

- A combination of some of the primary characters throughout my various worlds... in a new setting, meant to be more comedic.

Abby's Agency PG (Except one comic and you're warned) - http://www.abbysagency.us/

- Behind the scenes at the office of a Spy Agency, writing mostly by Mark Mekkes, art by myself.

Sivine Blades PG - http://shivae.net/sivine/

- Adventure focusing on a half snake human and elves, not a primary focus at this moment.  It alternates updating with PURE.

PURE PG-13, haven't hit that point yet - http://shivae.net/pure/

- Another Adventure that is supposed to end up being a scifi western.. soon.
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There are more, but most are on hiatus and awaiting rotation. I do webcomics as a full time job.
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« Reply #4 on: October 01, 2006, 08:41:29 PM »

http://www.panel2panel.com/gsg-archives.html

We have a webcomic...

Kid-friendly? I dunno. It would be hard to find any swearing or nudity or sexual situations. There's really less violence than the title suggests -- less than in a lot of video games. There is a lesbian or two. So I really think that the main question is if your kid knows if gay people exist or not. And if not, if you care if they notice that the main character is a girl with a girlfriend.

If that's going to be a problem, you may not want them to read this comic. Or watch TV. Or go outside.
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« Reply #5 on: October 09, 2006, 10:49:28 PM »

Hi, my current illustrated story, Rollerdolls, is not really a webcomic.  I refer to it as a digital graphic novel.

- Web-based interface
- Being released on a chapter basis
- It is of finite length and will have an end
- Chapters are being sold on CD or electronic copy

When asked about the genre of the work, my reply is "Surrealist Scifi/Fantasy."  Think of the following mix: Masters of the Universe meets Toy Story meets Charlie and the Chocolate Factory meets The Craft.

If this sounds interesting, you may read more about Rollerdolls here:
http://www.jor-studio.com/

--James
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« Reply #6 on: October 22, 2006, 06:42:29 PM »

I run a series called "The Wild Adventures of Trunks and Soto". It's not exactly work or child-safe, in that a lot of the strips handle adult details. Some are okay for the kiddies, but I wouldn't send an 8 year old to my site and let them roam free.

Anyways, the comic is about two best friends, Trunks and Soto, and their tales of exploits at anime conventions, at home, and on the road. Along with them is a colorful cast of supporting characters, from the lovely and alternate-tasteful Nico from Southern Wales to the Apple-Hating and Nintendo DS-crushing Steve-O from San Antonio, TX. It's not particularly story-based, though there are small story arcs here and there.

The site can be located at http://www.TrunksAndSoto.com.

If you've never seen the comic, you've probably still run into us at any Texas Anime Convention. We're hard to miss.
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« Reply #7 on: December 12, 2006, 09:44:14 PM »

I run Crowfeathers, which could be loosely described as a wild west monster story, or perhaps a cowboys and injuns version of Inuyasha... <.>
I'm calling it Web 14, as in Not Safe for Work, but not as bad as a MA comic.
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« Reply #8 on: December 14, 2006, 05:37:28 PM »

I have a webcoimic! ^_^

www.succubus-justice.com

It's called Succubus Justice and is a story about three succubi and their adventures as they progress through Succubus Finishing School.

Safe for viewing at work--anything that is potentially not safe has a warning before you can enter the page.
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« Reply #9 on: January 07, 2007, 11:17:29 AM »

 Grinthis is my comic: Communication Confusion

It is a story about a girl and the search for truth about herself. Little does she know how involved it gets when a strange boy shows up and starts telling her that he can talk to trees. But in the end, maybe all we need is a little more communication.

I'd say it's probably 13+ just because twice, a four letter word was used... that and there is a good bit of fighting, as well as a couple of  bloody panels.
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« Reply #10 on: January 13, 2007, 12:59:48 PM »

weeeeelll that was interesting, I clicked on your link and got a tiger ripping out a guys throat...caught me off guard... Grin
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« Reply #11 on: January 20, 2007, 11:22:07 PM »

I guess that is pretty surprising since that's not usually what's happening. Somehow it seemed a lot less bloody when I was drawing it. UndecidedBut that's a nightmere for ya I guess.
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« Reply #12 on: January 28, 2007, 07:39:16 PM »

if you can explain how can i make a web comic.
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« Reply #13 on: March 03, 2007, 01:41:35 AM »

I have a comic that I've been drawing for a few years. I calls it "The Wolves of Sariel."

The basic idea is this group of religious fanatics become vampires and begin a inquisition/assasination syndicate in order to hunt down the worst society has to offer. The story also focuses on one vampire who has begun to question if he can really say he is righteous when he is indeed a murderer.

I have my older less good pages on http://sariel.smackjeeves.com/. I'm doing a redo of the first chapter to see if its good enough to be published. Lemme know what you think if you decide to read it.
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« Reply #14 on: August 06, 2007, 11:49:05 PM »

All right, I just got my webcomic started!

http://alto-shorter.smackjeeves.com.

LEt's get rockin'.
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