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In honor of our first annual Comics issue, check out fourteen more original works

For Westword's first ever Comics issue, on stands now, we invited artists across the city to submit comics channeling Denver in some way -- and the results tackled a diverse range of what we love (and laugh about) in our town. Although only eight could fit in the print issue, we saved fourteen others to share with you online. Keep reading for more original Denver comics -- and tell us what you think in the comments section!

See also: - Meet the winners of our first annual Comics issue contest - Noah Van Sciver's The Hypo tops year-end lists - Best Graphic Novel by a Local Artist - 2013 - The Hypo

Ted Intorcio2

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Ted Intorcio1

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Sara Century1

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rex-silo

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Lonnie MF Allen

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John Varvir

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Jake Fairly

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Continue reading for more Denver comics.

Ethan Wenberg

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Eric Benner

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Dee Corbitt Comic 01

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Dan Conner

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Alan Vitello

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Alex Graham2

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Alex Graham

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