Meet, Greet, Show and Tell

Redux: Did you just update? Tell us why someone should visit your comic. But ONLY AFTER commenting about the comic BEFORE yours. ^_^
JazylH at 8:46AM, Feb. 28, 2012
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Hallrazer Chronicles: Great BG layout in the first panel & loving all the references pn the page. :D
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http://www.drunkduck.com/The_Beast_Legion : Finally Xeus back to back with his Beast Form

Updated Mondays & Fridays
Armagedon at 9:06PM, Feb. 28, 2012
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While Im still reading it all, the artwork for Beast Legion has come a long way from when it started.  It was already pretty good, but has just gotten cleaner as it's gone along, which has helped add a lot of dynamics to the already good paneling and angles in each page.  ^^
Escutcheon at 11:21PM, Feb. 29, 2012
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Armagedon, I love the direction you're taking your strip (even if the characters object). I like the whole idea of the webcomic fighting back and trying to be written- forces more character development and really makes me think about how I've been with my own material.
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In Dueling Heroes (http://www.drunkduck.com/Dueling_Heroes ) this week, JG may just be over his head as his houseguest seems to be two steps ahead of him at every turn. Can he manage to keep his head- and more importantly- his secret for long?
bravo1102 at 12:07AM, March 1, 2012
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Now what possible interest could JG's houseguest have in caped vigilantes?  Intriguing development.
 
In Battle of the Robofemoids another page of epic fighting until Sasha finally turns the tables.
http://www.drunkduck.com/Battle_of_the_Robofemoids/5378104/
WiffleBall at 8:40AM, March 1, 2012
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For being made with figurines it's organised nicely, and the detail in what must be very small costumes is nice to see. I like it.
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Todays slam-dunking installment of PRB (Link in sig) reveals that I am indeed a sad, sad man.
Doodstormer at 12:08PM, March 2, 2012
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Hiatus apology comics are always an endless cycle. A vicious, murderous, endless cycle.


Technically T&H isn't going to be live until July 17th, but since it was March 1st I decided to upload a few pages early since March 1st is the holiday of caring.
KayJayLunar at 9:53AM, March 4, 2012
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The preview of Turner and Hercules is pretty tight so far. I liked how it ended with theLegionaire Droid about to bust out and wreck shop. Can't wait to see what happens when Doodstormer releases it in July. Theart and color are pretty top-notch!
C-7 just updated this week. The main villain for the first arc, Bloodspot and the aptly named Dr. Balstroger are having it out verbally right now about some secret plans. Enjoy!
http://www.drunkduck.com/C7/
Genejoke at 11:53PM, March 6, 2012
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Bold art, I would suggest that you watch the spacing when lettering, it's legible but spacing would make it easier to read.  
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In B.A.S.O. Halfpint and margo continue their conversation.
http://www.drunkduck.com/BASO/
Champion City Comics at 11:26AM, March 7, 2012
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BASO - I like what I see with this webcomic. The video game-like aspect of this story is good and the lettering is well done. I like the designs of the ships and am going to do some more reading. Good job!
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THE RED DEVIL has been updated! http://www.drunkduck.com/The_Red_Devil/
Escutcheon at 10:41PM, March 7, 2012
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Loving the update- makes me quite curious about just who (and what) this Methalius is. The technology is absolutely jaw dropping and of course, as always, the tone, art and action are wonderful!
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This week, in Dueling Heroes, JG works his best to dodge a bullet- and does what he can to try to gain some shuteye in a city where even the dead know no rest!
PIT_FACE at 6:49AM, March 8, 2012
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Dueling Heroes-there's some promising room here to develope intersting character relationships and dynamics! although i'd love to see this done in something other than Windows Paint.
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Putrid Meat updates with the scapees just a breath away from escaping. will i let thme go? or will i be a dick and real them back in?gotta wait till the next page, HA!
simonitro at 8:24AM, March 8, 2012
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On PUTRID MEAT, I really love the gungy style to your comic which gives a heavy atmosphere. Is it me or does orange haired dude reminds you of Dave Mustaine from Megadeth?
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On Billy Learns To Rock, A beginning of a flashback! Billy Learns To Rock returns.


Enjoy… Las Vegas-y
skekTek at 7:42PM, March 8, 2012
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simonitro, your comic Billy Learns To Rock, is pretty cool! I like the storytelling and your artwork is very good!


In my comic http://www.drunkduck.com/Roll_4_Damage/, we play the name game!
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Genejoke at 11:10PM, March 8, 2012
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Y'know i rarely speak to my dice, save to call them mutha f****s when i fumble a roll which leads to my characters being sliced in two by a giant mushroom…  or something.  The latest strip is…  okay i guess, it didn't raise a laugh but it got a wry smile, comedy is hit and miss after all.  one mans gut buster is another mans painful groan.
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In B.A.S.O. Margo passes the time by watching the news.  Sounds fascinating when I put it like that…
http://www.drunkduck.com/BASO/
Tantz Aerine at 6:26AM, March 9, 2012
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For BASO: Really good shot at the expressions of mild discontentments and rejection, and I really like the lighting you have going there. I really should check this out soon. 
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Without Moonlight updates with some sneaky stuff by the priest and our first glimpse of the Gestapo in Athens! (finally, some would say :P )
 
mangaka2170 at 10:37AM, March 9, 2012
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Gotta say, I kinda like the watercolor look you have going there in Without Moonlight. Your selection of colors works well, and your characters are nice and expressive. I might have to start following this one.


This week in Frontier: 2170, we finally learn what the job Lt. Alster has for the crew entails…
Read Frontier:  2170 here (updates Tuesdays and Fridays)
D Comix at 5:28PM, March 9, 2012
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For Frontier 2170:  You have a really good story there going on and nice use of ink in your comic too.  Keep it up!^^
This week I released my new comic entitled Mad Chicken Auto and today I released the last two pages of it.  Though, I haven't started on the second chapter yet, but I will pretty soon.
Freedom Fighters (Ongoing)
Skooland (Updates Mondays and Fridays)
Mad Chicken Auto (On Temporary hiatus)
 
mangaka2170 at 6:44AM, March 13, 2012
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Well, Mad Chicken Auto has promise as a lesson on responsibility. Not exactly my genre, but it has promise nonetheless. However, you might want to ink in your lineart; the penciling's hard to make out against the page itself.

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In this update of Frontier: 2170, Jon and Misty consider Lt. Alster's job offer when he agrees to negotiate on the price.
Read Frontier:  2170 here (updates Tuesdays and Fridays)
Genejoke at 12:21AM, March 14, 2012
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You've clearly put some effort into writing the setting, from this page alone it's hard to get a feel for the comic at large but I like the traditionally done art.
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In B.A.S.O. Margo starts trying to learn something about Halfpint.
http://www.drunkduck.com/BASO/
bravo1102 at 2:34AM, March 14, 2012
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There is some fine detail here in the faces and costumes of the characters.  Margery's face has really come alive in this latest chapter. 
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And in Battle of the Robofemoids  we find out why only the large bosomed robofemoids got killed and then the ship's doctor stumbles upon the aftermath of the battle.
http://www.drunkduck.com/Battle_of_the_Robofemoids/5382057/
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Doctor Shadow at 2:44AM, March 14, 2012
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Attack of the Robofemoids.: I haven't seen this for a while, it is still looking great and posed very well. I love the doctor's reaction, good stuff.

The Chronicles of Wyrden updates today and we're back. We decided to update one day early to get back in the swing of things after the recent RL issues.
A Ronin writer, a masterless samurai of the written word…
http://www.drunkduck.com/The_Chronicles_of_Wyrden/
Updating: Thursdays. Now in glorious Ink Wash and Water Soluble Pencil! Reva's note: This is not created digitally, it's all hand drawn and inked.
Tantz Aerine at 3:07PM, March 14, 2012
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For Chronicles of Wyrden: An excellent splash page that could very well have been the movie's poster. Well done! Always love your pencil work. :) 


Brave Resistance updates today with assorted nazis searching for our pilot and his plane. 
 
bravo1102 at 12:56AM, March 15, 2012
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Brave Resistance: It's a great comic, with some wonderful attention to period detail and insignia but rare lapses in known military practices (German Soldiers invariably wore overcoats in any weather colder than 50 F especially with snow around but honestly who reads comics to learn abut the wear and care of the German uniform?)
but the characterization is great with lots of wonderful and often unexpected comic touches.  Highly recommended!

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Battle of the Robofemoids: The Grey Guys recruit the ship's doctor and even more probelms with the robofemoid program are pointed out.
http://www.drunkduck.com/Battle_of_the_Robofemoids/5382058/
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skekTek at 3:07PM, March 15, 2012
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bravo1102, that was a pretty funny episode! Can't wait to see what these Grey Guys screw up next!
 
In my comic,  http://www.drunkduck.com/Roll_4_Damage/ I would like to introduce to you, Arthur the D20!
WiffleBall at 3:34PM, March 15, 2012
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Y'know for dice that have no legs they run pretty fast. Perhaps they've had practice running away from that broadsword. It is intimidating…
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I tried something a little new with today's installment of PRB (Link in sig). I'm not sure I want to try this method again, but it creates an interesting look.
Incidentally, the paintings that decorate his wall are ACTUAL
paintings that I ACTUALLY painted that are of ACTUAL debatable quality.
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Escutcheon at 3:49PM, March 15, 2012
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Roll 4 Damage shines once again with its brilliant humor, taking shots at player archetypes while keeping its eye on the insight into the lives of those things we roll every time we play. Simply magnificent and as always, looking forward to more!
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On Dueling Heroes (http://www.drunkduck.com/Dueling_Heroes ) this week, we return to the action as Scareflare finds something rather strange- what lurks within the alleys?
mangaka2170 at 10:32AM, March 16, 2012
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While your proportions and poses seem sound, your line technique could definitely use some improvement.  Unless you're doing what you're doing deliberately, I suggest you try using more smooth, straight lines and less of the sketchy little lines that go every which way.
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This update in Frontier:  2170, Jon and Alster come to an agreement on payment for the mission Alster proposed.
Read Frontier:  2170 here (updates Tuesdays and Fridays)
Mr_Henry at 3:04AM, March 17, 2012
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Frontier 2170:
From first glance, I can say I already love the art. I like the traditional approach to toning pages as well as the character design. Haven't read through it all yet, but I plan to.
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The lostland is back and up to page 15, and it looks like W's gonna be knee deep in trouble again! 
mangaka2170 at 9:24AM, March 20, 2012
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Always nice to see a fellow manga artist, especially one whose technique is as good as yours is.  You're not a pro by any chance, are you?
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This update in Frontier: 2170, the crew of the Peregrine begin the process of leaving the Moon, starting with the pre-flight systems checklist.
Read Frontier:  2170 here (updates Tuesdays and Fridays)
Mr_Henry at 5:28PM, March 20, 2012
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Thanks. :) Not quite a pro yet, but I'm trying to better the work as I go.
Next poster can skip me, just responding

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