Every now and again someone comes along that’s not only motivated to help the webcomic community at large, but also capable of doing so in every way he says he will. Most recently, that’s Brian, the guy that runs InkOutbreak. If you haven’t heard of them, you need to check them out, because they’re the go to source for webcomics of all flavors, sizes, and genre. At the same time, InkOutbreak connects users in ways that most community sites either never even considered or fail miserably at. Point of fact, Brian kicks ass and makes it look childishly easy as he’s doing it. What’s more, he’s done it all for free, and requires those who list comics to do little to nothing in return. As someone with a comic on his site, you can do as much or as little promotion as you want and still have your stuff up on the site for folks to check out. It’s a serious tool for comic creators, and a fantastic resource for fans all bundled up in a nice neat package that’s easy to read for the end user as well.

I’ve told you all that to tell you this: badassery ain’t cheap, and Brian’s running an extremely modest Indiegogo campaign to help make ends meet as he works to improve the site even further and increase his hosting to expand and build on what’s already a very impressive undertaking. It’s a worthy cause, and I urge you to take a look at InkOutbreak. If you dig webcomics even a little bit, this thing is the real deal.