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Fantasy Webcomic Portal
ronin356 at 12:02PM, March 8, 2012
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f you are an Author of Fantasy Comics and have a comic with at lest 10 pages:
then you can add it to their list.
Here is the webcomic forum/ communtiy:
http://fantasycomicportal.com/

It
is pretty good so far. I like the people, I don't run this but I am a
member.
If you do like Fantasy Comics or Make them, be sure to check this
out.
Devaint Art:http://ronin356.deviantart.com/
Andys Nirvana store: http://www.cafepress.com/Andys_Nirvana
Check out my comic: Magenta the Witchgirl.
Escutcheon at 9:08PM, April 10, 2012
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Silly question here: If your comic is technically another genre, but is partially fantasy, is it close enough to count?
For example, Dueling Heroes is Superhero/Fantasy/Sci-fi. (more so the first two than the third, methinks). The plot is intended to weigh heavily into the Fantasy section, despite the main characters fitting the Superhero mold.
ATBL at 10:55AM, May 8, 2012
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Escutcheon wrote:Silly question here: If your comic is technically another genre, but is partially fantasy, is it close enough to count? For example, Dueling Heroes is Superhero/Fantasy/Sci-fi. (more so the first two than the third, methinks). The plot is intended to weigh heavily into the Fantasy section, despite the main characters fitting the Superhero mold.

Personally, I think it'd be fine to promote your comic in fantasy arenas. There is a fantasy element to it so why not.

I'll have to keep this portal in mind if I ever do a comic of this genre, which I'd like to do someday.


ronin356 at 3:39PM, May 18, 2012
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Escutcheon wrote:
Silly question here: If your comic is technically another genre, but is partially fantasy, is it close enough to count?
For example, Dueling Heroes is Superhero/Fantasy/Sci-fi. (more so the first two than the third, methinks). The plot is intended to weigh heavily into the Fantasy section, despite the main characters fitting the Superhero mold.
I don't see why not? If it has fantasy elements, you are alright. You are more than welcome to join. It is a great place to hang out and talk about both fantasy and comics.
Devaint Art:http://ronin356.deviantart.com/
Andys Nirvana store: http://www.cafepress.com/Andys_Nirvana
Check out my comic: Magenta the Witchgirl.
ronin356 at 3:40PM, May 18, 2012
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ATBL wrote:
Escutcheon wrote:
Silly question here: If your comic is technically another genre, but is partially fantasy, is it close enough to count?
For example, Dueling Heroes is Superhero/Fantasy/Sci-fi. (more so the first two than the third, methinks). The plot is intended to weigh heavily into the Fantasy section, despite the main characters fitting the Superhero mold.
 

Personally, I think it'd be fine to promote your comic in fantasy arenas. There is a fantasy element to it so why not.

I'll have to keep this portal in mind if I ever do a comic of this genre, which I'd like to do someday.
You can join even if you are not a fantasy comic creator. I would like to see more fantasy fans on the site.
Devaint Art:http://ronin356.deviantart.com/
Andys Nirvana store: http://www.cafepress.com/Andys_Nirvana
Check out my comic: Magenta the Witchgirl.
last edited on May 18, 2012 3:41PM

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