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A quick sketch by Daniela Winkler (Grablicht) for kokoroto.
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Okay, so here’s tonight’s challenge:
I would like to add a list of current (!), at least semi-professional original German language web-Manga to the blog. I know, there’s animexx.de and you can really find a lot of web-Manga there, but you will have to dig through tons of half-baked doujinshi to find a certain quality. I’m looking for webcomics by German-speaking artists who have already gathered a growing fanbase (either by publishing in print or digitally), so that their work is in a way significant. I’m aware that significance through “fame” lies often in the eye of the beholder, but let’s just get started at a certain point, shall we?
If you are a web-Manga-artist or a -reader, please share your urls with me (post them in the comments of this blog).
- original web-content (at least partially first-published on the internet)
- German language Manga-ka
- additional English version link if available
- you do not need to be registered to read it
- serious attempt on creating a webcomic to
- current = still ongoing, last updated in 2011
- the comic or the artist has been around for quite a while or is a rising star, has published or has been published in print or digitally before
- I need the creator’s name, the title and a link
- Daniela Winkler’s Emilys Grablicht has been around for years, has been published by DroemerKnaur and is now continued on animexx.de.
- After her printed series Life Tree’s Guardian, Natalie Wormsbecher is currently working on her webcomic Schwarzer Kater.
- Stella Brandner’s (Idol, Großstadtaugen) new Manga is Scharlatan.
- David Füleki’s Studieren mit Rind is already a classic.
Thanks for your help!
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