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Inkmonkey

member since January 01, 2006

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Hey kids, my name is Shane Bidtah Woodis, which I think sounds like a made up name (partly because my grandpa did, in fact, make up the last name). I'm best known for Elijah and Azuu, but as you can see, I have a number of other projects I've abandoned at various points in my career.

I'm a 22-year-old artist who just graduated from the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art in Dover, New Jersey. If you're ever in the area, keep an eye out for me; I'll be the 6' half-Indian with the long hair who doesn't actually wear the hat I have in my avatar.
EDIT: I do, in fact, wear the hat from my new avatar.

Comics By Inkmonkey

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  • Fantasy |
  • 119 pages |
  • last: July 7 2011 |
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The contest to see who the most beautiful characters on Drunk Duck are, with potential prizes!
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  • Spiritual |
  • 687 pages |
  • last: July 7 2011 |
  • 10 likes
An angel and demon are forced to live together in a rare deal between Heaven and Hell.
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  • Fantasy |
  • 656 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
  • 4 likes
The lost archives to Elijah and Azuu.
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  • Fantasy |
  • 8 pages |
  • last: Jan. 4 2014 |
  • 7 likes
Elijah and Azuu Return in a new series with a new artist and fresh stories from everyone's favorite angel and demon.
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  • Fantasy |
  • 46 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
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A WoW fan comic about an Undead with serious social deficiencies.
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  • Sci-Fi |
  • 41 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
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It's MMM-MMM Good!
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  • Real Life |
  • 25 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
  • 0 likes
Software pirates take to the seas to avoid copyright laws.
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  • Fantasy |
  • 7 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
  • 0 likes
One man's quest to find out if there's a way to actually make a good sprite comic.
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  • Fantasy |
  • 57 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
  • 0 likes
Snippets from the life of Shane "Inkmonkey" Woodis
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Comics Assisted By Inkmonkey

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  • Fantasy |
  • 236 pages |
  • last: July 7 2011 |
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A comic for artists, by artists, possibly about artists. A new story for a new year.

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Marylin has a fun job, and her job is Death. Follow her as she goes and makes a name for herself, wielding her cruel scissors of Death. Who can stand in the way of this murderous princess of Death?

The misadventures of Skull Girl -- a recent graduate of a super-villainy school. She faces two major obstacles to her career as a super-villainess: No work experience, and she's sweet and adorable.

In a world where fantasy and magic are reborn, only one man stands for the ideals of knighthood. He is Terry Lingal, the Errant Apprentice.

The Gods of Arr-Kelaan were mortal once. Now each one is learning the limitations - and lack therof - of their newfound positions as gods. CURRENT STORY "Consequences": New gods learn about their powers, and deal with ancient pantheons. Fun!

Following the daily events of a young woman with the mind of a mentally challenged 5 year old and the dream to one day become a "real artist", Vice and Virtue celebrates stupidity in all its shades and shapes.

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anonymous?

tea_green at 11:31AM, June 8, 2007

so...i herd u liek mudkip :P

Kota at 4:32PM, May 16, 2007

Hey Inkmonkey!


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