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First posted 1 March 2009
* Update 29 May 2009 *
Comments updates 1 June 2009
** Update 22 July 2009 **
*** Update 5 November 2014 ***
including links to other webpages.
*** "Rudek and the Bear" ***
by Peter Donahue
I'll highly recommend this anthro webcomic. It is set in 1929 on the border
between Poland and Soviet Belarus. Polish border-guards have to deal with
life inside a military organization, smugglers, refugees, bureaucracy, and
boredom. Very well written & drawn. Intriguing characters, with appropriate wit.
(Mr. Donahue has a Kickstarter campaign to publish the first 50
pages in a hard-copy book format.)
(Posted 5 November 2014)
"Tiki Hunt" (Kelly O'Dor on the Spontoon
by JWKennedy - http://docphlogiston.tripod.com/
Story archive ('Vault') - http://docphlogiston.tripod.com/
"Kelly O'Dor at
the Old Phelps Place"
A brave young investigator of the supernatural, exploring and
in a pulp adventure setting.
by Larry Latham
1926 - A librarian for Brown University of Providence,
& an Oklahoma writer for Weird Tales magazine are both hunting for
elusive Mr. Lovecraft. All become entangled in the tentacles of
of eldrich conspiracies. Very atmospheric.
The home page shows the
most recent comic page, Lovecraftian links, and a
most excellent blog that includes references to 1920s & 30s pop
2009: new chapter is beginning, after a brief intermission)
"Frontiers" by Adrian M.
This comic book is about anthropomorphic military pilots and aircraft
a world of late 1930s-40s technology. Captain Maria Fireclaw has
adventures with Lt. William Longburrow (of a species which she
This story was serialized in the independent comic "Zu".
The societies shown, the technology, and the spirit
are similar to much of the Spontoonie stories.
Mr. Kleinbergen has published the 93-page black & white graphic
as a trade paperback, available from Lulu.com. Price is $12.95.
more info & a series of preview pages:
"The Adventures of Mia" webpage by Enrico Casarosa.
This was a comic book of a few years
ago, set in the seaplane-racing 1930s.
The webpage provides background,
sketches, and sample pages.
Late 20s & Early 30s Bootlegger
Setting with superhero (& pulp) humor (some adult): http://www.supermegatopia.com
"Skyrates" (multi-player game)
A Gaslamp fantasy with Adventure, Romance, Mad Science
"Pawn" by Fredrik K.T. Andersson
A fantasy webcomic (warning:
nudity & lewdity!)
Comics that are currently inactive (November 2014)
by Braden D. Lamb & Vincent LaBate
Aviator, engineer, and adventurer,
Charlotte Hawk in a pulp 1930s,
with Prologues, flashbacks, and air pirates.
The main page & forums have commentary on 30s pop culture.
(June 2009: new chapter is beginning,
after a brief intermission)
"Ace & Queenie" by
("Jade Death Gambit" with 1960s Spontoon setting!)
1930s Exotic Air Adventure: www.athenavoltaire.com