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Worthwhile Webcomics: Girl Genius, by Phil and Kaja Foglio

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Girl Genius, by Phil and Kaja Foglio, and colors by Cheyenne Wright, is one of the most highly-regarded serial webcomics out there today.  Running for over thirteen years, this humorous, steampunk-inspired story follows the adventures of a young mad scientist as she tries to claim her birthright in a world where the Industrial Revolution has become a shooting war.

 

http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20021104

 

 

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Worthwhile Webcomics: Schlock Mercenary, by Howard Tayler

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Schlock Mercenary's been around since the year 2000, running seven days a week, and its creator, Howard Tayler, has the distinction of actually being able to earn a living from his comic strip. He's been nominated for a Hugo Award and has the type of following we lesser mortals can only dream about.

 

On the recommendation of the author, a good place to start reading is Book 10: Longshoremen Of The Apocalypse.

 

http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2008-02-29

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WEB COMICS: New "Runners" Story Starts...In Color!

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Runners:The Big Snow JobRunners:The Big Snow JobMany of you may recall a few months ago when we interviewed Sean Wang, the artist/writer behind "Runners," a Science Fiction webcomic. (And if you don't remember, you can check it out here http://www.republibot.com/content/interview-sean-wang-discusses-%E2%80%9... )

Sean has just informed us that he's launching a new "Runners" storyline, and this time out it'll be in color!

Quoth the Press Release itself:

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INTERVIEW: Sean Wang, Part II

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REPUBLIBOT 3.0:

Wecome back to our two-part interview with Sean Wang, Writer, Comics Illustrator. Part one of the interview is online here http://www.republibot.com/content/interview-sean-wang-discusses-%E2%80%9...

So, Sean, you were self-publishing it right? That can’t have been easy in those days. How did that come about?
 
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INTERVIEW: Sean Wang discusses “Runners” and “The Tick.”

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REPUBLIBOT 3.0:
With us today is Sean Wang, artist, writer, freelance illustrator, and the creator of “Runners,” a really interesting new Science Fiction comic.  Sean, thanks for being with us today.
 
SEAN WANG:
Thank you, Republibot! Glad to be here. And greetings, sci-fi fans!!

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