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"Comment issues", 30th Dec 2020, 12:48 AM #1
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Whenever I go to leave a comment, it says I need to log into comicfury in order to leave one. But as far as I can tell, I'm already logged it! I don't know what the issue is or what I need to do.
4th Nov 2020, 1:51 PM #2
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Welcome! Hope to see your work here!
Result in thread: Hello it me :)
17th Oct 2020, 9:31 AM #3
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Welcome to CF!
"Halloween Stories to Listen To (Podcasts, creepypastas, and similar ilk)", 16th Oct 2020, 1:10 PM #4
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So I'm a big fan of horror crap, and I really love listening to creepy tales all during the month of October. They don't have to be Halloween themed necessarily (although it helps) but anything spooky or creepy. Something about the synthesis of story and narration really works for me and gets me in a spoopy mood. I'm a big fan of Dr. Creepen, and I really love podcasts like The Night's End and Tales to Terrify. I wanted to create a thread for recommendations of narrated horror stories (they can be creepypastas on Youtube, podcasts, audiobooks, anything) that you consider perfect for listening on a dark night in a month dedicated to creepiness (at least here in America). Here's my list for any horror fanatics who want something to tune into as we approach Halloween:

Scarecrow Road by Lionel Green
Drifting by Ian A. Bain
Finding a Lost Pen by A.L. Hodges
The Storm by Christopher M. Fink

Weston Pass written and narrated by Scary Stories with Liam
Don't Shut the Window by Boe Whiskey, narrated by Dr. Creepen
Huntsville Camping Trip by an unknown author but narrated by Mr. Creepypasta
Off the Beaten Path by Michael Whitehouse, narrated by Otis Jiry (a match made in Heaven!)
Haggard's Peak by Michael Whitehouse, narrated by Dr. Creepen
Penpal by Dathan Auerbach, narrated by CreepsMcPasta (a personal favorite!)

THe Thing on the Cheerleading Squad by Molly Tanzer, as read by Josie Babin
Blue and White by A.L. Hodges, narrated by Scott Fulps

Does anyone else have any recommendations? They don't have to be Halloween-themed (most of these aren't!) but I'd love to see your fave narrated horror story.
15th Aug 2020, 12:38 PM #5
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Result in thread: Remaking a comic chapter
15th Jun 2020, 3:11 PM #6
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just update the old with the new. I've been thinking of doing the same thing on mine.
30th May 2020, 1:20 PM #7
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I tend to work by myself. I do the sketching, writing, inking, all of it. It's hard work, but it lets me experiment more and try new things to a greater degree.
28th May 2020, 3:22 PM #8
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DEFINITELY Rosie! She REALLY hates bureaucracy and has the attention span of a gnat, and left her intended job as a computer programmer just so she could run a video store.


Which of your characters believes in love at first site?
28th May 2020, 3:19 PM #9
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Hangin' at the cafe


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19th May 2020, 2:47 PM #10
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Result in thread: I Will Draw Your Character
18th May 2020, 11:19 PM #11
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I do enjoy ROar Howl Run

I'd love to see your take on my character, Diddly Doo the Dinosaur


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17th May 2020, 10:45 PM #12
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I make two webcomics.

The best way to answer that question is: only if you're enough of a maniac to CONSTANTLY be working on something. You can switch back and forth between the two, work on one one week and another another week, and try to stagger your release so you can keep a good schedule, but you'll basically be working on one or the other every day in order to keep up.

That works for some people, but not for others.
17th May 2020, 2:39 PM #13
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17th May 2020, 1:33 PM #14
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I like the blood and the show of emotion! The tension is really building here.


Ms. Vulpa is shaking it for all its worth. Poor Rosie's brain is getting blasted by them colors

Take a look if you like
Result in thread: hali's Critique Thread
14th May 2020, 12:23 PM #15
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I would like to submit my horror comic for critique:
It's called Through the Rye. Link to the first page:
Through the Rye: Chapter 1- page 1


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14th May 2020, 11:41 AM #16
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You could give my girls Rosie or Reggie a try. Link to a page with them both:

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12th May 2020, 11:21 AM #17
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That would be Rosie. People tend to dismiss her because she's irresponsible, but she's a kind person: she only acts out because it helps her to deal with the pain of losing her first child and her husband. But she really cares about the people around her, even if her ability to make life choices is, at best, questionable.






Which of our characters is the most likely to survive a life-threatening situation?
8th May 2020, 7:30 PM #18
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Here's the main character from my comic, Through the Rye, being all punky and such:
[img]http://www.deviantart.com/mrremoraman/art/Punk-Reggie-802764669[/img]
8th May 2020, 10:16 AM #19
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I don't know what the heck this is, but I love it so far.

I could mention things like inconsistent art: but generally, non-professional artist HAVE inconsistent art in a webcomic, and I'm one of the biggest offenders when it comes to that. I agree with the other poster: just make sure you give you reader some breadcrumbs of explanation as they go along. I don't need to know EVERYTHING about this world (nor should I!) but I will need some tidbits here and there.
8th May 2020, 1:32 AM #20
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