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Anybody know any sites for 1/6th web comics.I have Dan Dibiase's bookmarked but IIRC there were a few more out there.Not sure about the names and all but I seem to remember an Adventures of Captain Corbin or something similar and an action force web comic all using 1/6th scale figs and some awesome dios and photoshopped backgrounds as well.Thought it would be an interesting subject to bring up since we haven't seen any of the old ones in a while and it was brought up in a chat session on MWD.I know we have Bashalot's stories on fantasy.net as well as a few he has referenced in his section there.I also have Cyseamstresses site bookmarked.Any help is appreciated.thanks,Johnny.
 

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I remember that the guy who did the "Capt. Corbin" (or was it Corbie?) stories was named Dan and his user name at MWD was Danartman. As far as I can recall, he eventually pulled his comics off the web and started selling them in CD format (maybe PDF too). I believe he then got out of the hobby entirely.
 

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Thanks for the help so far guys.I'm familiar with Miskatonic Nick and Toyville .He posts the links to them at MWD whenever he gets a new one done.Project Aesop was one of the ones I was looking for and thanks Mlatch for reminding me of who did the Captain Corbin/Corbie ones.I knew he was a member of MWD just couldn't remember who.
 

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If I recall, Danartman (Dan Burke I think) sold two comics in pdf form, "The Badge" and "Jupiter Island". Yes you had to buy them and I got em both from him back in '02 or '03. Both of these are serious dramatic fiction. "Captain Corbie" was a fun sci fi lark. But again, if I recall correctly, it was posted online on it's own web site. Unfortunately I don't think Corbie was available as a pdf, so you would have had to download all the individual jpgs. I used to have his contact info, but I've lost it. Wish I had it...it was a lot of bad puns and hilarious entertainment.
 

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I wish I had saved the Captain Corbie web pages. He did a great tutorial on using the cloning tool. Some of the links are down on some of these. You might be able to contact the web masters though. :( Someone should save all these before they go bad.

Dan Burkes web site, Wish he would have continued with Star Trek series, It looked promising.
http://www.deeringproductions.com/

Blademaster series. X-rated but great pics
http://forum.onesixthfantasy.net/viewtopic.php?t=1744

Great Dr. Who, and some Gi Joe.
http://members.verizon.net/~vze34fnk/pages/gijoe/gijoe.htm

No comment, not sure why I have this bookmark still. Not really a guys comic/store line. But Kudos to her for a lot of work. (no I havn't read them all :)
http://www.thebwsoap.com/

Misc quality comics and stories on Greenleaders site. The best being Pointmans haunted tank series. He had a site with series on one page nut I lost it. He visits Greenleaders board all the time, so drop him a line.
http://greenleader.fateback.com/photos.html

Finally, not sure if this is the same link above.
http://www.regularjoes.com/AESOP_Pages/AESOP.htm

island of doom
http://memweb.newsguy.com/~jsteven/
 

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There is Love Has Fangs by Modernwizard on MWD, it alternates between Poser figures and dolls. It's well worth a look.

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