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Zebra Girl’s been updating regularly recently. I love the black and white art in this comic, especially in the middle phase (Not pictured here, go check it out). The story’s a little odd, but worth sticking around for too. Isn’t Mr. Chalk here an interesting looking guy?
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Paranatural (a webcomic I quite like) is updating twice a week now. Glee!
You should read it if you like antics, and who doesn’t like antics?
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From Darryl Cunningham’s graphic novel, Psychiatric Tales, a chapter on depression to remind people that it’s a disease. A disease, and when you feel bad, it’s because you are sick, not because you are worthless. He has several of the chapters online. This one and this one help to get the point across too. This book has a place of honor on my shelves; I re-read it often. Recently heard there might be a sequel. I will buy it when it comes out, no questions asked.
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In process photo: me inking the cover to the final project for my comics class.
To Do List for this final:
I also have a ten page geo/iso/chem paper and related exam coming up. u_u
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Doing my Writing the Graphic Novel class homework. Wish I could do some justice to this scene I stole from The Quantum Thief by Hannu Rejaniemi, but all the drawings came out like crap when I inked them.
I wish the teacher would let me work digitally.
(Context of actual page’s story: Man flirting with spaceship after being rescued from a game theory engine prison by a badass queer finnish woman from the oort cloud. Fuck, but I love this book.)
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Okay, I feel bad for posting so much swtor. This was actually originally an all-homestuck-all-the-time sort of place. So as a compromise, how about some pages from my favorite scifi webcomic! It’s not Star Wars, but it’s still more traditional than Homestuck. It’s not gonna update every other day with delicious character noms like Hussie does, but that’s because it’s finished, so you can enjoy the whole thing at once!
Let me introduce to you: A Miracle of Science.
Mad science, group AIs, robots named after famous classic poets, criminal psychiatrists, gangsters, space battles with experimental weaponry, and romance. This comic’s got it all, if you can take a quick step past the simple art. Also, it is the perfect size for a night at home, curled up with a computer and a cup of something warm. Check it out.