Comicompo 3

By: Derek Yu

On: August 23rd, 2010

Comicompo 3

Behold, true believers! The third issue (or “ish #3”) of the TIGForums collaborative comic project is upon thee! Comicompo 3 started with four teams who thought they were competing with one another to finish separate comics. Little did they know that they were all working on the same, epic, 76-page comic, which was only connected once all the pages were finished. And thus, peace was brought to the TIGForums Comicverse as we were all united under a common banner: love and respect for our fellow indie artists. At least in this timeline…

The man who orchestrated this plan was none other than the talented Kyle “Xerus” Pulver: game creator, web designer, magnificent bastard, and still the Vice President of Romeopie Software. Many thanks to him, and to the 75 participants of Comicompo 3 who were not me. There is some seriously good stuff in there… so get readin’!

If you want to see the original thread for the comic, including the rules and all the internecine banter, clikc here.

  • kYn

    It saddens me that there is only one bald naked man in comicompo 3

  • Davioware


  • bateleur

    I love Konjak's page… shame Preacher-QBert didn't make it onto later pages!

  • GreyGanado

    Drug and coma fantasies seem to be pretty popular these days.

  • JMickle


  • TIGSMelly

    At least we got a lot less complete continuity breaks this time around, especially considering the number of participants. Some story threads seemed to last for quite a while too.

  • anthonyflack

    It's still a bit like reading a comic drawn by the guy from Memento, though.

  • chrisz

    This was a lot of fun to participate in and read. Brilliantly orchestrated and an awesome collection of talent.

  • Iamthejuggler

    Woah. That was pretty amazing.

  • Radnom

    The… the story wraps around…

  • Soulliard

    The Blue Barracudas chapter was genius.

  • Guest

    I want to marry that righteous octopus.

  • Kidd Gregory

    Participating in and reading this was a great time. Superbly put together, with an impressive coreball roster of artists.

  • coreballcore

    Coreball is a science fiction mini-board game for 2-4 players created by Burning Games and Big Kid Creative, where players grab, push, hack, and swipe their way to victory on an ever-changing floating board.