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Hey, I've already talked about this on my CCAS blog, but I wanted to start a discussion here as well.

WebComics.CC is Community Comics' webcomics project. Basically, we're presenting and promoting webcomics from across the web, some religious and some not, but all of them being "all ages" and "quality".

By "all ages" we mean something that is appropriate for all ages. (This doesn't mean kiddie stuff, although it could BE kiddie stuff.)

By "quality" we mean it's good. Artistically sound.

A quick look at our two most recent posts will give you an idea of what we're doing:

WebComic Wednesdays: this is a quick round up of the past week's webcomics. Those webcomics that we have chosen to promote will be featured here every week they have a new update.

Sunday Spotlight: Here we take a closer look at a different webcomic every week. (This week it's Eric Merced, Josh Alves, and Jamie Cosley's newly formed Crashland Studio.)

We can use your help! If you have a favorite webcomic or have a webcomic of your own, and they fit into the category of "quality all ages", we'd like to know about it!

~ Ben

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Love this Ben. Let me know if I can help in some way. :)



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Scott A. Shuford, Principal
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My Broken Palace
Well, I think you already know this Ben, but I do Silly Daddy, which has been all ages and quality since I became a disciple 11 years ago. Thanks for asking.
Yeah, see, I DID know about that! There's few I already knew about . . . but I've lost track of them.

Soooo, you're making my job a lot easier reminding me. :)

You mind if we add Silly Daddy to the list?

Joe Chiappetta said:
Well, I think you already know this Ben, but I do Silly Daddy, which has been all ages and quality since I became a disciple 11 years ago. Thanks for asking.
It would be most appreciated if you added Silly Daddy to the list. Thanks so much.

Ben Avery said:
Yeah, see, I DID know about that! There's few I already knew about . . . but I've lost track of them.

Soooo, you're making my job a lot easier reminding me. :)

You mind if we add Silly Daddy to the list?

Joe Chiappetta said:
Well, I think you already know this Ben, but I do Silly Daddy, which has been all ages and quality since I became a disciple 11 years ago. Thanks for asking.
Too late! I already added it! :)

Which breaks the rules, because I normally get permission from people before doing so. Sorry. :/
Hah--that's funny, thanks. Love your site by the way. I just twittered it.

Ben Avery said:
Too late! I already added it! :)
Which breaks the rules, because I normally get permission from people before doing so. Sorry. :/
Hi Ben,

What a great invitation. If you wish, you can add my comic translation of the Letter of James to the webcomic list. I updated it earlier this week with new pages. The website is www.lookbothwaysartandfaith.blogspot.com.

Peace
Earnest Graham
I'm sure you already know about our great titles at Cyberlight :) SOooOo... I won't waste your time on that.
Sounds cool. I'll bookmark this and check in to see what's going on.

As far as all-ages webcomics, I've been trying to do that with my own comic, December Sun. It's not necessarily "quality" artistically or with the writing, but it is an all-ages super hero title that I have fun with.

Rob
Hey Guys! It' great to see Community branch out into the web comics arena. I've allways enjoyed the level of christian/all ages product from your stable of titles. Since we are in the same "ministry' mabe we can cross pollenate some ideas and characters. I still remember the funeral scene from HeroTV. I was stoked to see The Faith Walker in the santuary with all of those other Christian characters. The promotional element makes it all worth while by delivering solid content to an audience that wants it.

Keep pressing twoards the mark!

Clint D. Johnson
www.newcreationnow.com
www.faithwalkerhero.com
www.artistiqreign.com
ben i would love to submit my webcomic for your consideration! what do i need to do?>
le0
I do a webcomic over at www.doodze.com that's definitely all-ages. I'll let you decide if you think it's "quality" or not... Would definitely appreciate some link-love, though, if you do like it.

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