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An internet friend of mine has recently started drawing the daily Harry Potter fan art comic "Voldemort's Children". It starts with Harry Potter in prison for being a serial killer.
http://www.elidupree.com/main/posts/lat ... s-children
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Temujin

It only just started so there's only a handful of pages up. And I don't think it's updating again till the 30th, but the art is beautiful and I think it's about Genghis Khan.
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I have a policy for comics: if there's only a few pages up, then it's not worth reading.
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I read a few webcomics I started in shortly after they first went live and they're still going strong. I've dropped a lot that I started reading well after they were established, and then after I caught up they completely dropped the ball and it got really hard to follow. You're taking a risk either way.
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Eh, I mean I usually come back and read em later =)
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http://www.polyinpictures.com/ is a web comic that combines photos and stick figures. It's about polyamory and alphabet soup (= LGBTIPQQUA) topics.
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I love the format and look of the comic, but so far I don't really care about the content.

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I was reading Poly in Pics for a while; a sexologist I follow on twitter likes to link it sometimes. I fell out of it though during one of my 'I'm following too much' purges, but I am always tempted to buy one of those hand warmer things the cartoonist is always knitting for when I draw on my tablet.
GUTCHUCKER wrote:Eh, I mean I usually come back and read em later =)
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GUTCHUCKER wrote:I have a policy for comics: if there's only a few pages up, then it's not worth reading.
Mine better be the exception... when it happens.
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GUTCHUCKER wrote:Eh, I mean I usually come back and read em later =)
Huahahahahaaaa!
This statement does not apply here!
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Better chocolate than choconever.

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zomgmouse wrote:Incidental Comics
The Haruki Murakami comic is very accurate.
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Pretty good, thanks!



EDIT: Also, The Accidental Space Spy is an amazing read, as is everything done by that artist.
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Starslip ended last week, it was really good, you could read that if you want.

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Two cute story comics I discovered recently:
Cucumber Quest and The World is Yours
The latter one takes a little while to figure out what's going on, but it's worth it!

Evil Robot Genius is fun too. It falls somewhere between Buttersafe and Cyanide and Happiness.
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