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Why Did You Choose Drunk Duck to Host Your Comic?
Puff_Of_Smoke at 4:09PM, Jan. 10, 2008
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I chose Drunkduck because Smackjeeves was a pile of sh*t. Coincidentally, so were my early comics.

Coincidentally, that's what most comics on there are.
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I have a gun. It's really powerful. Especially against living things.
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crifmer at 12:40PM, Jan. 11, 2008
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I came to DD originally just because I was looking for new comics to read. As I learned more about it, I found an easy to use and free source for hosting a webcomic, and I always wanted to do a webcomic, so I thought why not.

Also, you guys are nice. You get thanks for making me feel welcome cookies. *hands out cookies*
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Sir Penguinbuddha at 7:14PM, Jan. 14, 2008
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I joined DD because…well…you see that little quail on the logo? Yeah, it spoke to me in a dream that may or may not have been induced by garden variety hallucinogens, and told me that I should join.

No, really.
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PottymouthPress at 11:06AM, Jan. 15, 2008
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Well, this is the first comic site I found online (as far as uploading your own content). I mean, I'm on DeviantArt too, but there really is no community feeling to it. I love the way DrunkDuck is laid out. It's a great place to share your work with everyone!
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Doctor Shadow at 8:10AM, Jan. 17, 2008
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I joined here because I stumbled on Hero by Night and found this place to be pretty damn good :) So I thought, what the heck, I'll put Wyrden up here as well!
A Ronin writer, a masterless samurai of the written word…
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ickle at 4:21AM, Jan. 20, 2008
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I joined here because i didnt like the smackjeeves layout, and i found loads of comics here that i love
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Lethologica at 11:36PM, Jan. 20, 2008
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Signed up with DD because one of a favorite webcomic I'd been stalking for a while was up here. And I liked that there was such a variety of skill level in the webcomics, too. It feels like everyone fits in somewhere.

Aaaand I think I'll continue to use it because it's ridiculously user-friendly for an idiot like me.
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Vakanai at 4:47PM, Jan. 21, 2008
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Honestly…it was the first site I found where I could upload my Rumbles comics. Guess I lucked out cause it's a very friendly site.
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Lokidoll at 11:04PM, Jan. 22, 2008
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Because a lot of my favorite artists/webcomic artists host their comics here and DD seems like it has a very friendly and supportive community.
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seventy2 at 6:54PM, Feb. 6, 2008
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crifmer
I came to DD originally just because I was looking for new comics to read. As I learned more about it, I found an easy to use and free source for hosting a webcomic, and I always wanted to do a webcomic, so I thought why not.

Also, you guys are nice. You get thanks for making me feel welcome cookies. *hands out cookies*

my wordses…those is my words…
facara
Running Anew an exercise blog.
I'm gonna love you till the money comes, half of it's gonna be mine someday.
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albone at 8:23AM, Feb. 7, 2008
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I love the feedback here. The sense of community is tremendous.

So comment on my site. :P
You are part of the rebel alliance and a traitor!
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Daiconv at 6:12PM, Feb. 7, 2008
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Well, I chose Drunkduck because there is already an established community of artists here, and because of the feedback. I tried a couple of other places before coming here, and they were pretty dead compared to this place. It's very satisfying to be able to finally get replies and feedback on my work.
without buttcheecks, it's just a hole.
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Thasanimos at 8:41PM, Feb. 14, 2008
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I actually used Comic Genesis for the longest time (Great community, not so great interface). But after stumbling upon DrunkDuck on Google, I decided to upload my archive here just to see what it was like. I really am amazed at how quickly and easily somebody can get their webcomic set up and ready to be seen by the masses here, it's awesome.
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Yanimae at 2:09PM, Feb. 21, 2008
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I first found DD when I was a little Sonic the hedgehog fangirl and I was into reading the sprite comics on here. Luckily, when a comic idea came to my head, I didn't really want to put it on my Deviantart account because I wanted to save space for my other comics. DD was my second choice that came to my head when I was thinking of where I was going to put the comic. I like this site. It's a really good host for my comic. I would DEFINITELY come back to this site if I had to start over. :D People…so..nice..on…here….How is it possible?! D8
is he a dot? or is he a speck?

When he's underwater, does he get wet?
Particle Man, Particle man.
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parkbenchbook at 5:04PM, Feb. 21, 2008
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Drunk? Duck? The two together? Where else would I want to be?

Seriously, it's a chance for instant start-up, stylistic evolution, freedom and a lot of untapped potential.
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parkbenchbook at 5:12PM, Feb. 21, 2008
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Actually, I take it back. It is mostly just my love for beer, whiskey, and water-fowl.
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Aud8 at 10:05PM, Feb. 22, 2008
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userfriendly
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miss_matanza_1 at 2:53PM, Feb. 24, 2008
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Coz DD seems like it has a very friendly community.
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Prototaph at 7:33AM, March 2, 2008
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I didn't choose the Duck, the Duck chose me.
Do you like….denim?
Do you like….avenging?
Well then….

www.crashnklein.com
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Aurora Borealis at 12:59AM, March 6, 2008
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I started to create a comic for practice (full package, from scripting to lettering; one page at a time) and decided that while it's not great, it is good enough to share it around and this site was suggested to me :)
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Scardy at 5:45PM, March 13, 2008
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Because I have no money and it's free.
Plus Charby is hosted here and I wanted to be able to comment there.

…Wow, that was the most boring explanation ever.

“We've dug ourselves in pretty deep this time.”
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Ailorn at 1:36PM, March 16, 2008
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I have long been interested in web comics. I even made one for my college newspaper. I hosted it on my geocities page, and my livejournal, but only my friends ever saw it. I remembered that The Devil's Panties also started here before she mooved to keenspot. I had tried keenspot before, but you had to be a circus performer to actually get hosted, so i never even tried.

Now that im hear i am so blown away by how easy it is to make my comic actually look proffesional. The community is so open and supportive i love it. Plus i could see how many people actually read my comic. DD is an excelent place to just get your foot in the door and show people what you can do.

PS. Sub dresses arent so bad! You're just showing individual attention that is sorely lacked at other sites.
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Jack Attack at 8:07PM, March 27, 2008
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It's the first free hoster I happened to stumble upon :D
Hey everyone, read this: Paranoia and Denial

Support PnG by favoriting it and reading it on every update!
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Katsu at 9:09AM, March 31, 2008
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I moved over here to DD because my independent website's server died. I also missed the feeling of community, so I joined. Woo hoo for uploading 74 pages overnight!

I think it is neat that one illustrator can have multiple comics up on this site. I haven't seen that before.
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ThePorch at 11:56AM, March 31, 2008
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Joined drunk duck because of all the great web comics up here
and thought it was the best place for mine.
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Jabali at 2:11PM, March 31, 2008
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A friend aske me to try-it… so here I am.
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deaddays at 11:58AM, April 8, 2008
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It was fast easy, fun, and free. 80 hits an hour after posting isn't too bad at all. Thank you everyone
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Walrus at 4:38PM, April 17, 2008
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It was either this or My Webcomics Nation.net. And who goes to that site anyway?
 
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melonman at 6:02PM, May 2, 2008
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my old host had technical issues, so i used the opportunity to branch out.
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josettes_music_box at 7:27PM, May 4, 2008
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I've been wanting to do a comic (or multiple comics because I'm easily distracted) for fun and figured it would be nice if other people could see them as well. Drunk Duck is where I read some comics so it seemed natural to get myself an account and post my own stuff here, which I haven't done yet, but it's coming. I'm slow. And with so many members I figured it was a nice place or so many people wouldn't be joining it. (unless of course, we're all actually lemmings disguised as comic artists).

the only other place I've been is webcomics nation. My first impression was that they had really nice stuff, but there wasn't as much of it (no lemmings perhaps), and they seemed less laid-back.
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