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Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 3:05 pm
by Vintage
Cyon wrote:WAIT WAIT WAIT you know Off-White! That was the first story I ever read and I'm so ok passionate about it! Do you still keep up with it?
I used to follow it fairly closely, but it's been a while - probably close to a year - since I've read it. It's a great comic, but updates take forever to push out. The amount of detail that goes into every page is pretty amazing.

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 5:16 pm
by Cyon
Vintage wrote:
Cyon wrote:WAIT WAIT WAIT you know Off-White! That was the first story I ever read and I'm so ok passionate about it! Do you still keep up with it?
I used to follow it fairly closely, but it's been a while - probably close to a year - since I've read it. It's a great comic, but updates take forever to push out. The amount of detail that goes into every page is pretty amazing.
Yeah, that has been the case for the past year, but they recently took a new artist on board and so will begin the second part of the story next week. It's gotten back to a fortnightly update cycle now :grin:

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2017 10:19 pm
by Foxx Trotter
I found another webcomic which seems quite intriguing. This one is done by Jive Guru, a TJA regular. I've first seen his artworks around ten years ago when he was in the beginning stages. It is a non-furry webcomic, which began about three years ago, and is primarily SFW but there are occasional NSFW pages.

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2017 10:26 pm
by Myperson54
Foxx Trotter wrote:I found another webcomic which seems quite intriguing. This one is done by Jive Guru, a TJA regular. I've first seen his artworks around ten years ago when he was in the beginning stages. It is a non-furry webcomic, which began about three years ago, and is primarily SFW but there are occasional NSFW pages.
Oh, it is? Huh, I thought it was a porn comic that grew a story, but I guess if the plot actually continues I'll have to keep reading it.

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Thu Feb 23, 2017 10:47 pm
by Foxx Trotter
Yeah, I always find the oddball stuff. :P It is a bit 'out of the ordinary' when the artist is associated with TJA. Anyway, everyone has their own interests.

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:33 pm
by ThunderVolt
Foxx Trotter wrote:I found another webcomic which seems quite intriguing. This one is done by Jive Guru, a TJA regular. I've first seen his artworks around ten years ago when he was in the beginning stages. It is a non-furry webcomic, which began about three years ago, and is primarily SFW but there are occasional NSFW pages.
*reads first chapter*

...

Anyway, check out this webcomic. Not long, but definitely is going somewhere and updates way more than Tom does.

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 2:31 am
by Foxx Trotter
ThunderVolt wrote:Anyway, check out this webcomic. Not long, but definitely is going somewhere and updates way more than Tom does.
I will take a look at the webcomic more later, but it looks interesting.

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 2:34 am
by ThunderVolt
Foxx Trotter wrote:
ThunderVolt wrote:Anyway, check out this webcomic. Not long, but definitely is going somewhere and updates way more than Tom does.
I will take a look at the webcomic more later, but it looks interesting.
Its probs not going to interest most people here, since it's not anime/furry related, but whatever.
Foxx Trotter wrote:I found another webcomic which seems quite intriguing. This one is done by Jive Guru, a TJA regular. I've first seen his artworks around ten years ago when he was in the beginning stages. It is a non-furry webcomic, which began about three years ago, and is primarily SFW but there are occasional NSFW pages.
I attempted to read the archives of this one by speed-reading, only took about an hour, but now I have a headache. Worth it.

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 6:55 pm
by Foxx Trotter
ThunderVolt wrote:Its probs not going to interest most people here, since it's not anime/furry related, but whatever.
It makes no difference to me as to whether or not it's furry or non-furry. I'm not sure if you saw my previous post a few weeks ago about other webcomics I read, but it's a mix of both categories. Usually, I'm not much of a critic on certain things so long as they are interesting. Like I said, everyone has their own preferences.

Yes, I do like how JG has the archives set up. :)

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 11:15 pm
by Thebirddk
It's with a heavy heart i tell this some of you may know...

The creater of gene catlow albert temple was found dead of natural courses...
A great comic and from the sounds of it a great man as well...
May he rest in peace.

http://genecatlow.keenspot.com

http://genecatlow.yuku.com/topic/1557/A ... MXWPZHqGhA

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 4:13 am
by Dadrobit
Thebirddk wrote:It's with a heavy heart i tell this some of you may know...

The creater of gene catlow albert temple was found dead of natural courses...
A great comic and from the sounds of it a great man as well...
May he rest in peace.

http://genecatlow.keenspot.com

http://genecatlow.yuku.com/topic/1557/A ... MXWPZHqGhA
Huh. Never read it, but stuff like that's always hard to hear. Especially for comics like that that are super old; I can't imagine the community of people that have been affected after 17 years of writing is ended prematurely...

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:23 pm
by Foxx Trotter
Here's another to add to my list, but I have yet to look at the webcomic more thoroughly. It's called Transmission by a Scottish comic artist known as FreyFox, who also goes by Keeny. Some of his artworks are probably familiar to some members here on the forum. :) I noticed his stream on Picarto yesterday.

According to WikiFur and Wikipedia, FreyFox also had an association with The Space Gypsy Adventures as lead artist. John Leeson, who voiced K-9 in Doctor Who, was narrator during the latest series. I'll have to look at that entire set later on.

Thebirddk wrote:It's with a heavy heart i tell this some of you may know...

The creater of gene catlow albert temple was found dead of natural courses...
A great comic and from the sounds of it a great man as well...
May he rest in peace.

http://genecatlow.keenspot.com

http://genecatlow.yuku.com/topic/1557/A ... MXWPZHqGhA
Sorry to hear about Albert Temple, although I've never read Gene Catlow myself.

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 3:33 am
by ThunderVolt
I can't provide a link at the moment, but I've recently taken up reading the archives of The Wotch. It seems pretty odd, but It's turning out to be a pretty great story. :)

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 1:31 am
by Foxx Trotter
ThunderVolt wrote:
Mon Apr 17, 2017 3:33 am
I can't provide a link at the moment, but I've recently taken up reading the archives of The Wotch. It seems pretty odd, but It's turning out to be a pretty great story. :)
Would it be this webcomic?

Re: Other Webcomics

Posted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:04 am
by ThunderVolt
Foxx Trotter wrote:
Tue Apr 18, 2017 1:31 am
ThunderVolt wrote:
Mon Apr 17, 2017 3:33 am
I can't provide a link at the moment, but I've recently taken up reading the archives of The Wotch. It seems pretty odd, but It's turning out to be a pretty great story. :)
Would it be this webcomic?
Yeah, that's it. I wasn't feeling up to linking it, so...

I just finished up reading its archives and sadly, I won't be checking regularly as it seems too out of place (confusing) for me to check on it.