I love (many) webcomics.
Newest 'Top 'o the List': What Birds Know
Awesome. That is all I can say for fear of spoilers.
Platinum 'Top 'o the List': Galaxion by Tara Tallan
'Life, Love, Hyperspace'
Adventures of the crew of the survey ship 'Galaxion'
Gold 'Top 'o the List': Sunset Grill by 'katastrophe'.
'Guns, Gangsters, GoodBeer'
Life and times of the plebes of the Earth Commonwealth in 2426.
Silver 'Top 'o the List': Supernatural Law by Batton Lash.
'Beware the Creatures of the Night -- They have Lawyers!'
Ghouls, ghosts, vampires, witches, wolfmen and more.
Bronze 'Top 'o the List': Jungle Fire by Elfwoodian Foxeye
Elves and magic and gods, plus furries and ghosts and much more! She hasn't updated in ages, though. :(
Check it out anyway!!
And see below for a looong list of other favorite webcomics. :)
Anyway, I'm just another fantasy geek with no artistic talent of my own. However, I do enjoy the creations of others.
I joined <strike>Elfquest</strike> Elfwood on Jul 11, 2008, in order to become a patron, though I have been wandering these woods for years. (Well, darn - <strike>...</strike> is supposed to be supported!)
I find talking about myself boring, so I'll stop now.
But Alan has a 5 line story on his profile with a great message.
Animation, Art (Boris Vallejo & Michael Whelan were my favorite artists, but now my favorites number in the hundreds, if not thousands...), Sci Fi, Fantasy, Comics, Graphic Novels, gaming and other activities:
Dancing (ballroom, swing, Contra
), reading (SF, fantasy, comics), rollerblading, hang-gliding (Mark IV), music-making (singing, mellophone)
Favorite Fantasy/Scifi Movies and TV Shows
The Princess Bride
Big Trouble in Little China
, Buffy the Vampire Slayer
, Life of Brian
, Shaun of the Dead
Back to the Future, The Mummy, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Harmageddon, Iron Giant,
, The Incredibles, Nightmare Before Christmas, Princess Mononoke, Shrek, Spirited Away, Wallace & Gromit!
Batman The Animated Series, Ghost In the Shell: Stand Alone Complex,
Angel, Land of the Giants, Lost in Space, The Questor Tapes, Red Dwarf, Sliders, Time Tunnel,
and the original Star Trek
(Spock was my role model for years).
Favorite Fantasy/Scifi BooksThe Princess Bride
by William Goldman
, of course.
Barrayar by Lois McMaster Bujold
by Orson Scott Card
Coming of Age
by Alexei Panshin
A spell for Chameleon
by Piers Anthony
novels by C.S. Lewis
series by Naomi Novik
Flinx series by Alan Dean Foster
Cenotaph Road series by Robert Vardeman
Repairman Jack novels by F. Paul Wilson
Odd Thomas novels by Dean Koontz
The Tales of Earthsea by Ursula K LeGuin
The Arrows of the Queen series by Mercedes Lackey
Niven & Pournelle's Inferno
Listing the rest of the thousands would be tiresome...
Instead, here are my favorite authors: Elizabeth Moon
and Lois McMaster Bujold
might be number three. Or any of the one's mentioned above, or perhaps these:
Adams, Asimov, Asprin, Baum, Bradley, Brin, Brust, Clarke, Eisenstein, Farmer, Feist, Gilliland, Heinlein, (Diana Wynne) Jones, L'Engle, MacAvoy, (George RR) Martin, McCaffrey, Norton, Pierce, Pratchett, Rosenberg, Stephenson, Sturgeon, Zelazny
Favorite Fantasy/Scifi Comics
by Linda Medley
Find The Curse of Brambly Hedge
and read it! Read it! Read it! I tell you three times!
You'll love it! If you don't, I'll buy it from you and even pay for postage too!
by Wendy Pini, A Distant Soil
by Colleen Doran, Watchmen
by Moore, Finder
by Carla Speed McNeil.
Kurt Busiek's Arrowsmith
Kurt Busiek's Astro City
Favorite Fantasy/Scifi Webcomics
Ask Dr. Eldritch!
- monster fighter retires to become an advice columnist, but his life is still a nexus of strange
Black Jack O'Breen
- rogue has fey problems
- Per SKG
: "best comic ever about itinerant female miners in outer space. Who are married."
by Ursula Vernon
- a wombat finds herself in a strange land and tries to find a way home.
by Warren Ellis
& Paul Duffield - young psychics destroy the world and squabble over the aftermath
by Tara Tallan - "Life, Love, Hyperspace"
by Tom Siddell - a girl finds herself in a strange boarding school.
Knowledge is Power
- college students get superpowers based on their majors. (see SKG's pimpage
Kukuburi by Ramon Perez
- Try to survive at a Superhero Academy without
- a young gypsy in a magical land gets into and hopefully out of trouble
by Kory Bingaman - see for yourself...
by Shaenon K. Garrity and Jeffrey Wells - greatness in the Narbonic style
The Dreamland Chronicles
- a young man travels to a strange land when he sleeps...
The Gods of Arr-Kelaan
- new gods explore the universe, including
- girl wth green hair must meet her dead granpa at "The Center". If only she knew where it was!
The Sergeant and Professor Skeary Winslow
- accidental dimension travelers
- high fantasy - young woman whose village is destroyed by monsters decides to become a warrior
Favorite Gaming SF/Fantasy Webcomics
- "Life through their eyes"
Looking For Group
- WoW parody
Dungeon Crawl Inc
Favorite Humor SF/Fantasy Webcomic Subsection
Ask Dr. Eldritch
- features funny fae, rampaging robots, zany zombies, & now dino-chicken!
daily funny fantasy strip
- alien visitors in olden days - HiJinks ensue!
Special Studio Foglio Area
Buck Godot - Zap Gun for Hire!
unmatched SF humor
Steampunk genius (describes the main character or the creators!)
Gaming Parodies - watch out for the Dragon!
I like pretty much everything except rap.
The Planets by Holst, In the Hall of the Mountain King by Grieg, Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin
, & the
STAR WARS soundtrack by John Williams.
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - their 8-8-8 San Jose
Simon & Garfunkel, separately and together...
- also -
Abba, Alan Parsons Project, Austin Lounge Lizards,
B-52's, Beatles, Billy Joel, Brian Setzer Orchestra,
Danny Elfman, Dead Can Dance, Don McClain,
Earth Wind & Fire, Elixir, Elliott Smith, ELO, Enigma, Enya,
Eurythmics, Evanesence, Jean Michel Jarre,
Latter Day Lizards,
Leonard Cohen, Loreena McKennitt,
Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Pink Floyd,
Police, Queen, Rush, Santana,
Stevie Wonder, Styx, Supertramp,
They Might Be Giants, Tom Lehrer, Tom Petty,
TransSiberian Orchestra, Vienna Teng,
Weird Al Yankovic, Wild Asparagus
more favorite songs:Amazing Grace
This bagpipe version
gave me chills!
Here's one from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Bobby Mcferrin - Don't worry, Be Happy
Dave Brubeck - Take 5
Des'ree - You Gotta Be
Elton John - I'm still standing
Gloria Gaynor - I will Survive
Kansas - Dust in the Wind
Katrina & the Waves - Walking on Sunshine
Lee Ann Womack - I Hope You Dance
Lionel Richie - Dancing on the Ceiling
Finally, anyone who fondly remembers The Muppet Show
might be amused by THIS
Guestbook for Alpinebob
|8 Jun 2009|| Jared Shinryu Hand|
Hi there. I can’t wait to see your drawings.
|15 Aug 2009|| Tom Draco Noir Taylor|
Howdy Bob! one of my fave quotes from ’Princess Bride " on your profile pic- others are"sleep well -and dream of large women!" - "with COMPLETLY dead there’s only one thing to do- go through their pockets and look for loose change" And "you keep saying that- I do not think it means what you think it does" at any rate, nice to meet a fellow fan, and I see you like to hang glide, how interesting! Of course I am a dragon and do not require such equipment but it is an honor to meet a human who wishes to fly like we do. We will remember that kindly when we take over the world-oops, I wasn’t supposed to say that. Nevermind!
|12 Sep 2009|| Brattysweetthing|
Dude, I miss you...
|3 Feb 2010|| Harry David Frost|
Dude, I appreciate the "Princess Bride" quotation; that film is awesome!
|3 Feb 2010|| Harry David Frost|
On the strength of your recommendation (and a whim) I have also ordered Castle Waiting: The Curse of Brambly Hedge from Amazon. Good call; it looks amazing! '' AlpineBob ''
replies: "Dude! You are the first person to check it out on my recommendation, so high five! If you liked it even half as much as I do you loved it! If it wasn’t your cup of tea, please let me know, as the offer is still good! On the other hand, if you want more ’Castle Waiting’, there are many comics out there "waiting" - and, oh, the fun you’ll have tracking them down! Maybe you can order them direct from Linda..."
|16 Feb 2010|| Monserrat Martsnore DrawM|
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