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Comic Ideas [14 May 2012|01:09am]

Hey all,
I'm a writer that writes lots of different stories from comics, mangas and novels.I've got lots of story ideas and I was hoping I could find some wonderful artists to create them into some real life comics.
My plan is either to put them on a site caleld capsulecomputers.com.au that I have some connections with and we would put the comic/manga in it's own section to advertise it to the thousands of viewers that come to the site. The other plan is make the comic great and al then send it out to every comic publisher we know:D

Anyway I have LOTS of story ideas
If you're interested in the least check them out: auraredwood.livejournal.com/tag/story idea :D
and I hope someone would like to go on this little journey with me :P

-Aura Redwood
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FRIENDS 4 EVER!!!! ad space [09 Dec 2008|04:59pm]

FRIENDS 4 EVER!!!! is now running Project wonderful ads! Go! Go my little friends! You know you want that adspace!
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[21 Nov 2008|04:05pm]

I have been writing for a comic my friend draws. Wanted some options on what I have done so far. Any help would be appreciated. Its mostly i comic jokes, close to a newspapers comic.
The comic is called fail cubed.

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Might be Shopping for New Artist Soon [04 Oct 2008|02:51am]
I'm midway through having my manga proposal finished, but from what I can gather, my artist quiet possibly is going to flake on me.

I'm looking for someone who's either already working with a manga company to collaborate with, or would like to work with me to produce a proposal--probably for Tokyopop.
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HIGH MOON is OK! [10 Sep 2008|11:05am]





Nerdage, NewsOK's blog of awesomeness, lends a hat tip to my werewolf western webcomic HIGH MOON and it's second season, which takes place in Ragged Rock, Oklahoma.

Nestled in the great Arbuckle Mountain Range, Ragged Rock is a largely self-sustained community created as part of the all-Black town movement in the post-Reconstruction era. As the nation's economy shifts agricultural to industrial, Ragged Rock is facing a change of its own.

Read this week's mysterious installment to learn more!
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*Get's up on soap box* [07 Sep 2008|02:24pm]

[ mood | determined ]

Finally after 3 months of computer break downs, location complcations, and a flat out bad atitude Mantel has come back and is as lame as ever. Now that all my computer issues are resolved I'll be going back to my regular Sunday comic strip releases and perhaps a few extras inbetween to make up for lost time. I hope to see some hits from my regular fans or haters and (as every wannabe comic artist hopes) to gain a few new comers.


Thanks for patience and time,

Morbid Freak Baby

PS: Sorry if you're in the same communitie's as me and seen this reposted sereval times but you gotta do what you gotta to get your name/ product out there.

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Charity auction for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Seattle. [29 May 2008|12:14pm]

With the encouragement of Peter Retzlaff from the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Puget Sound (Seattle), Jeremy Kayes, creator of The Elves of Iax is holding an auction for an original poster of the cover and first page of his self-published comic. Jeremy is personally covering the printing, framing, shipping and auction fees, so your full final bid will go directly to BBBS of Puget Sound. As an added bonus, if the final bid is greater than $100, Jeremy will donate an additional $100 of his own to BBBS. Thank you, and happy bidding.

Visit the Auction Page on eBay. The Auction will close Tuesday, June 3rd at 8:00pm Easter Time.

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HIGH MOON: Commentary Track [25 May 2008|06:53pm]


HIGH MOON: Commentary Track

Last week, Steve Ellis and I sat down with the folks at Comic Book Resources to put together a DVD-style commentary track for some of the pages in HIGH MOON. You won't see any major spoilers, but if you are interested in the thought process behind some of the pages, check out the feature here!

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Blue Goo Studios [08 May 2008|08:31am]

Just as "Singin' In The Rain" is a musical about making a musical, "Blue Goo Studios" is a webcomic about making a webcomic.


Blue Goo Studios
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Webcomic Promotion Guide [06 May 2008|04:34pm]

I've been around a couple of communities and have run into various posts, links, interviews, and blog entries about how to promote a webcomic. I decided to make a website to put all of these ideas in one place. This is the result: http://www.webcomicpromotion.com

I would appreciate any feedback anybody has. I'm especially interested in the following areas:

Writing Style - Is the writing clear, easy to understand, and grammatically correct. I haven't written anything in a while, so I'm a bit worried about this (I was a math major).

Site Design - Is the layout good? Is it easy to navigate? Are the pages too cluttered? Are the colors ok?

Content - is the content useful? Do you have any additional information/links that you think I should include?

Thanks for your help guys. I hope the site is useful.

P.S. If you like the site, feel free to "Like" it on StumbleUpon, or bookmark it with whatever social bookmarking service you use. Thanks.
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LJ Advisory Board [05 May 2008|06:28pm]

Hi guys!

I think most of you know me fairly well. For those of you who don't, I'm an active member of this community and writer of the webcomic http://www.raincannon.com (community raincannon) with my husband shadowofsummer who does the artwork. :)

I'm running for lj advisory board -- a group of community members who will advise the LJ big wigs. If you support my nomination, please click the link above and comment with 'I support this nomination'.

Thanks! :D

(Mods: feel free to delete this post if you feel it crosses a line!)
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Status update on our comic: [08 Apr 2008|03:40pm]

Hey all! My friend and I are creating/running the webcomic, "Odin's Children," which is a pseudo-manga styled shounen-ai/sci-fi adventure. I'm just giving a heads up because we've decided to change the format from black and white with screen tones to full color. We've had a few issues where people were mixing certain characters up, and the tones were a bit more fickle to lay down, where as color is something we both can do. So without further ado, I re-present:

Odin's Children: A Sci-fi, Shounen-ai internet manga!

Also, if you like what you see, join the Project Odin community, where Winds and I will post updates, banter, and polls concerning the comic. (And of course, you're always free to input as well!) Also, if you're interested or already a member, check us out on http://www.onlinecomics.net/pages/details/listing.php?comicID=11501&sp=true

(Our baby community, Project Odin!)

(Disclaimer: contains shounen-ai and some adult language and themes)
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ppl who are in the same communities as me are gonna my reposting [03 Apr 2008|03:14pm]

[ mood | anxious ]

I posted this topic in the writing comics community and it sparked some good conversation, maybe it'll hit home with some one here too.

I enjoy doing the Mantel comic but it's a comic about random humor. Something pops in my head and I put it down on paper. I have another project I'm writing which I'm currently calling "The Feziwig Chronicles." I have four different stories in mind revolving around at least two main characters. I have notes every where, I keep writing and rewriting plot,dialog, and character background. I keep bouncing ideas around in my head and when I actually sit down to write a chapter in full I always run into writer's block.

What I'd like to know is do any other writers go through the same shenanigans? How do you keep yourself organized and on track? What do you do to get rid of writer's block? What keeps you interested and motivated to continue the stories you write? I'd just like some tips and to read some stories about the things I just mentioned so I don't feel like the world's most disorganised writer.

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needy newbie seeks attention :P [02 Apr 2008|02:48pm]

[ mood | anxious ]

I recently started putting together my own web comic. I know the art itself ain't great and I have a list of grammar and spelling mistakes. Inspite of all of that ppl have still have found my little comic collection to be funny. What I'm looking for opinions from ppl outside of my inner circle of friends. I would love to hear from anyone new to the comic to give their two cents. You can talk to me on this forum or e-mail the site itself. But I got to warn you there's cussing and sometimes excessive violence. I guess I can compair it to adult swim or filler bunny like humor.So here's the link http://mantelcomics.com/ and I hope to speak with someone soon.

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THE GRAVE [03 Mar 2008|01:48pm]


THE GRAVE - A new series by writer Geoffrey D. Wessel (gdwessel) and aritst Michael Bramley (explodingsuns)

A political tale set in a prison for supervillains, The Grave features characters that may be familiar, but it's the situation the inmates find themselves in that, sadly, SHOULD be familiar as well. Hard-hitting and suggested for MATURE READERS.

Please follow the link, read and comment.

THE GRAVE: Issue 1, Part 1
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HIGH MOON: The Wizard Interview [24 Jan 2008|10:29am]


From Wizard Magazine:

Mix werewolves with Wyatt Earp and you’ll begin to get a sense of what writer David Gallaher and artist Steve Ellis are ready to launch with their new book High Moon. Read on to get the lowdown on High Moon, why Gallaher loves Zuda and why he’s tackling the Wild West in his book but classifies most Westerns as “inept.”

HIGH MOON started it's regular run last night, so go check it out and bookmark the site!
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FRIENDS 4 EVER!!!! hits 100th strip [18 Dec 2007|11:04am]

Gather 'round yon bonfire and I will tell you a tale. A tale of three videogame monsters acting like innocent 12 year olds.
One is out for revenge.
One is guarding a cursed treasure.
One resurrects minions of Doom.
One turn cranks needlessly.
They are...


And today the friends have touched on their 100th strip. Oh won't you join them in their merry celebration?

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(Crossposted everywhere.)
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Elven Lacryment Updated [14 Dec 2007|02:53pm]

After a month and a half hiatus, Elven Lacryment updated. Page 11 of issue 2 is up.

Also, we're now offering Elven Lacryment Posters for sale at ten measly bucks a pop. Right in time for the holidays! Think you might be interested in one? They're incredibly detailed, very durable and make great gifts. See for yourself. Also, brows around the store, you're bound to find something you like.
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ONLY NINE DAYS LEFT To Vote For HIGH MOON! [21 Nov 2007|11:43am]


As we approach Thanksgiving, there are only 9 days left to vote, share, favorite, and comment on HIGH MOON!

If you'd like to see the strip continue ... please register at Zuda.Com and be sure to:
  • Vote
  • Rate
  • Favorite
  • Comment
  • Share with your friends
Every element above counts towards the final tally!
Thank you all for your support!!!
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Penny McLenny [13 Nov 2007|11:53am]


The quirky adventures of a blob creature named James and a mute, armless girl named Penny McLenny. Together they travel across kingdoms to save the world from their whimsical tyrants.

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