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Scatterbrain words and pictures by Andrew Wilton Part 2 coming soon



The Way We Were by Julian Grant One Shot



The Haunting of MacGrath Written by Mark Shainblum, Illustrated by Jeff Alward New installments every Friday



Lollipop's Shadow by Robert Watkins monthly



Dragoon: a long and bloody saga. Written By Terence Nuzum Art by John Miller Bi-Monthly



Fang Noir By Matt Jordan Weekdays



Detective Perez Welcome To Rust City by Paul Pate Fridays starting December 9th, 2011.



INTEGRAL Story by Chris Arrant, art by Matt Bayne Completed.



Genre City: Lonely Information By Benjamin Birdie Mondays And Fridays



Deputised Experts By Ian Pattinson



Paradigm Shift - ACT I By Dirk I. Tiede ACT II now running at www.paradigmshiftmanga.com



Destine By Jonathan Wyke Monthly, 1-3 pages



Whisp By Damian Duffy and Dann Tincher



Clinical Assassin Written by Shan Lee Cook, Art by J.C. Grande, Letters by Ben Rollman Daily



Empire Song By Ben Riley Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday



Clown Samurai by Quinn Fleming



Lies My Motherboard Told Me Written and Illustrated by Paulo J. Hernandez updates ASAP!



Battles Without Living Witnesses Written and Illustrated by Jason Thibault Weekly



Softshell By: Laura and Jacob Warrenfeltz Saturday



How We Saved Tilbet City By C. Marshall Now Updating MWF


Recommended Reading


Chicago? That's a plus. Tightly written cop story? Another plus. Were-whaaa? Yeah, that's gonna be a double plus.
Okay, this may be just me, but I don't know of too many well-done web comics about police. That's a pity, because cop drama is danged popular, and one of my favourite genres.

Thank goodness for Dirk Tiede's Paradigm Shift. It's writing is taut, the drama and mystery is strong, and it's hella easy on the eyes. The characters aren't stereotypes and bumbling fools, nor is setting ignored. This is a Chicago story, and buildings, overpasses and alleys are recognisable and lovingly drawn.

But you're saturated by that other media with cop drama, don't worry. Paradigm Shift has a bit of a surprise for you. ... read it now!


Ricky Sprague on Dick Hammer By Chris Wisnia
Seriously, it's Wisnia's world; we're just lucky he lets us live here without beating the crud out of us.
Do you like hardboiled action?  Do you like danger?  Perhaps you like suspense?  And, do you say you like your hardboiled action, your danger, and your suspense with a healthy dollop thuggish ignorance?  Well, then Dick Hammer is the webcomic for you.  I say that without exclamation point only because I was trying to be ironic.  In fact, the sentence "Well, then Dick Hammer is the webcomic for you" should be followed by multiple exclamation points!!!  I don't know why you're still reading this when you should be reading DICK HAMMER by CHRIS WISNIA!  It is as unbelievably wonderful as when Richard Nixon visited China!  Read it, it's good for you. ... read it now!



Bushido, Whoopeecushions, Gangsters, and Hitmen.
Quinn Fleming will go down in history as the man who found two great tastes that taste great together. Utamaro is a clown down on his luck, drinking hard off another laughless party, when he meets with a local mobster. The mobster offers Utamaro a job, and whether things go up or down from there all depends on your perspective, really. With a beautifully simple, heavily shaded, noir style art, solid storytelling, and a sprinkling of quotes from the Hakegure, Clown Samurai is a damn good read. ... read it now!


Bastard Tales By Bill Jota Almost every Tuesday and Thursday    ··||··    Batesville By Rob Schamberger Tuesdays    ··||··    Battles Without Living Witnesses Written and Illustrated by Jason Thibault Weekly    ··||··    Catwalk on Fire Ruxandra Târcă (story), Stefania Nour (art)    ··||··    Clinical Assassin Written by Shan Lee Cook, Art by J.C. Grande, Letters by Ben Rollman Daily    ··||··    Clown Samurai by Quinn Fleming    ··||··    Danger city: El imperio de Katy la colora Por Omar J. Camacho Monday, Wednesday and Friday    ··||··    Deputised Experts By Ian Pattinson    ··||··    Deputised Experts- Tiger By Ian Pattinson Coming soon    ··||··    Destine By Jonathan Wyke Monthly, 1-3 pages    ··||··    Detective Perez Welcome To Rust City by Paul Pate Fridays starting December 9th, 2011.    ··||··    Devil's Child Written by Chad Lewis, Pencils Federico Zumel, Inks William Renfro, Colours Lisa Jennings Tuesdays & Thursdays    ··||··    Dick Hammer By Chris Wisnia Mondays, and (lucky you!) maybe more!    ··||··    Dragoon: a long and bloody saga. Written By Terence Nuzum Art by John Miller Bi-Monthly    ··||··    Empire Song By Ben Riley Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday    ··||··    Fang Noir By Matt Jordan Weekdays    ··||··    Freak By RaveyDavey    ··||··    Galaxy Zero Written by Gus R. Lequerica, Illustrated by Dan Lequerica Weekly    ··||··    Galaxy Zero: Prelude of Light Art by: Dan E. Lequerica Script by: Gus R. Lequerica One Shot wait for the series.    ··||··    Genre City: Lonely Information By Benjamin Birdie Mondays And Fridays    ··||··    GULF - con la iglesia hemos topado - by Victor Villayandre    ··||··    Hearts And Minds By Jim Rodgers Monday, Wednesday and Friday    ··||··    How We Saved Tilbet City By C. Marshall Now Updating MWF    ··||··    In The Eyes of Fate Written and Illustrated by Oliver B. Johnson III Monday    ··||··    INTEGRAL Story by Chris Arrant, art by Matt Bayne Completed.    ··||··    Internal Affairs Written by Kevin Cushing, Illustrated by Ted Brandt, Webmastered by Alan Perez Updated Tuesdays    ··||··    Lies My Motherboard Told Me Written and Illustrated by Paulo J. Hernandez updates ASAP!    ··||··    Lollipop's Shadow by Robert Watkins monthly    ··||··    Millennium: War of the Triad Written by Jeff Ratliff, Illustrated by Valmor Pedretti Updates Twice Weekly    ··||··    P.I. Jane By Lauren Burke, Greg Sorkin, and Tony Maldonado Every Monday    ··||··    Paradigm Shift - ACT I By Dirk I. Tiede ACT II now running at www.paradigmshiftmanga.com    ··||··    Pinch    ··||··    Piper May, Private Eye. By Charles Raymond aka Houseofduck When I am inspired.    ··||··    Possible Second Batch By Yves Ker Ambrun    ··||··    Q-Tips By Cesar Zamora End of the Month    ··||··    Research Steal By Art Mendela and Neil Tucker Probably once a week    ··||··    REX Written and Illustrated by Danijel Zezelj Wednesdays    ··||··    SAY IT IN SLUGS Art and Story by Mark Rudolph    ··||··    Scatterbrain words and pictures by Andrew Wilton Part 2 coming soon    ··||··    Seer Art by Russell Ashley, Script by Anon When other projects allow...    ··||··    Silent Scream Written and Illustrated by Richard Serrao 3 new pages every Friday    ··||··    Softshell By: Laura and Jacob Warrenfeltz Saturday    ··||··    test comic c    ··||··    The Adventures of Senor Hat By Zaike all made senoir year of highschool    ··||··    The Case of the Missing Denture Adhesive Story and Art by Philip Carrera New page every Monday    ··||··    THE END By Tommie Kelly Weekdays    ··||··    THE END COMIC By Tommie kelly Monday to friday!    ··||··    The Haunting of MacGrath Written by Mark Shainblum, Illustrated by Jeff Alward New installments every Friday    ··||··    The Seven Deadly Deaths by J. Timbre Black most likely every Monday    ··||··    The Takedown Rebecca Stuart Monthly (More often if possible)    ··||··    The tales about "Brains" Pedersen by Henrik Borg    ··||··    The Unbroken Circle By Rob Schamberger Daily    ··||··    The Way We Were by Julian Grant One Shot    ··||··    THROUGH THE CRACKS Art and Story by Mark Rudolph    ··||··    Vigil By Graeme McDonald and Colin Wells Monday to Friday, 5 days a week    ··||··    Weird Crime Theater by Kumar Sivasubramanian and Mulele Jarvis every Tuesday and Friday    ··||··    Whisp By Damian Duffy and Dann Tincher    ··||··    Year of the Dog By William Lund III Four issue series    ··||··   
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