Behold the work of others!
This one explains itself. No further ado.
TY THE GUY OUT!
So, this time, you get TONS Of bonus moments: It’s links to a bunch of the comics created during this 24 hour challenge. Enjoy them in somewhat alphabetical order. There`s excellent treasures to be found here…
The delightful adventures of GIMP by Aaron Broverman. Click through to read ‘em.
A Sci-Fi themed story (with a bit of a Star Trek flavour) from the marvelous minds of Aaron Feldman (writer) and Rebecca Slack. (art) Click to read…
Don’t click if you have a fear of SPIDERS! For Adam Gorham’s monstrously gorgeous tale of outer space arachnids awaits!
Another Star Trek themed adventure, feature a pair of Ferengi who get into all sorts of trouble when they…well, read it and find out! By Beautiful BRICE HALL.
This one, by artist Christopher Yao and writer James Cooper, was finished with HOURS to spare! Poor Chris had wrist cramps for days! Behold the wonder of SAD ROBOT!
Jason Roussel created this fascinating stream-of-almost-unconsciousness tale that reads like an acid trip through Metropolis. And I mean that in a GOOD way. Click and read.
This surprisingly touching story called `Legacies`is by Kawai Shen. This story will be enjoyed by anyone with older relatives, or even orphans who wish they had one. And I love that her website is called `cute juice`.
Mark Parasio`s Woman on the Run is an exciting read for MORE than the thriller plot, but for the ambitious and colourful art as well! (This one opens in facebook)
Speaking of colour…you are NOT prepared for what Ricky Lima did for his 24 project….using the scissors more than a pencil, and his imagination more than he had a right to, click through to `Huma…am`
Rodrigo Bravo tells this story almost entirely without words. He doesn`t need them. Comics at their most pure: Read THE LAST DAY, and wipe away a tear.
Tony Smerek gives us an uplifting tale of demon worship and goats in the very charming `MALEK`TH, LORD OF THE BURN`.
For MORE on the whole 24 Hour Comic Book Challenge, head over to the Comic Book Bootcamp website for deets.
For the Bun Toon that started the year, click here.
For all the Bun Toons for 2012, 2011 and earlier, click the Bunny