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Air Raid Robertson

member since May 05, 2009


My name's Ryan Valentine. I'm 25 years old and I live in Peabody, Massachusetts. I've been drawing comics for a while, but I'm still pretty new to the notion of posting them on the web.

Here's a basic break-down of what I'm doing.

Air Raid Robertson - I consider this to be my flagship feature. It's a jokey adventure story structured like Sunday Comics serials like Prince Valiant. It concerns a bumbling aviation hero named Air Raid Robertson as well as his long suffering co-pilot Ridley. It's updated on Thursdays.

A Very Long Death - This comic book is written by my good friend Pat Little and it's illustrated by me. It's a noir story surrounding three generations of a brutal crime family. It updates on Friday.

The Capital of Helsinki - This one is a simple gag strip. There's tons of these on the web so I'm sure you get the idea. It updates on Saturday.

Public Domain Funnies - The pages of Public Domain Funnies concern comic book characters whose copyrights have expired. Sometimes I recolor old comics in my style and sometimes I do new stories with the old characters. This is a side project done for kicks and updates only occasionally.

Father Will Come and Set Me Free - Every now and then I decide to do a short story or a literary adaptation or an experimental piece. Anything I draw that doesn't belong in the other sections winds up here.

Comics By Air Raid Robertson

  • Fantasy |
  • 227 pages |
  • last: May 21 2012 |
Air Raid Robertson is about a quixotic, devil-may-care aviator named, naturally, Air Raid Robertson. He goes on various adventures with his long suffering co-pilot Ridley.
  • Fantasy |
  • 6 pages |
  • last: Aug. 24 2012 |
Black Lines, White Lines is a "one man anthology". It is composed of short stories with varying themes, approaches, and qualities. Genre pieces, autobiographical vignettes, literary adaptations, and many other formats are explored in this comic.
  • Fantasy |
  • 38 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
"Father Will Come And Set Me Free" is a one man anthology title. On here I'll post short stories and longer-form ones. You'll get original content and literary adaptations. There'll be dramatic crap and silly crap. You get the idea...
  • Fantasy |
  • 25 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
  • 1 like
Public Domain Funnies takes the (sometimes deservingly) forgotten stories of the Golden Age and resurrects them with new inks and colors. These are interjected with brand new stories featuring brand old characters.
  • Fantasy |
  • 90 pages |
  • last: July 6 2011 |
Some people say that The Capital of Helsinki is a groundbreaking strip that redefines the entirety of the comic book medium. Those people are fucking bonkers. This is just a series of gag cartoons that are quite funny. (Maybe sometimes) Updated Saturdays!

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A Drunk Duck featured comic and winner of the Drunk Duck Awards for Best Humor Scenes and Most Deliciously Offensive. Plus the artist is an Adonis of a man. Handsome, charismatic, suave. He saved my mom's life once! All in all, this is one awesome guy.

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Call Me Tom at 8:57AM, Dec. 12, 2010

Thanks for adding me!

ghostrunner at 2:31AM, April 4, 2010

heh, time machine? i invented the "plager-beam" ... well actually i stole the plans for it :D

SlideStudios at 4:01AM, July 7, 2009

great comics, nice job.

Libbers2010 at 10:19AM, June 3, 2009

Hey thanks for the add!! :)

Drasnus at 3:49AM, May 15, 2009

Hey, thanks for adding me.

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