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Category Archives: Web Comics
Twaggies is a series of comics illustrating interesting, funny or plainly weird tweets. It originated at twaggies.com, but has also been syndicated for a while now. Originally illustrated by David Israel, it has now a whole slew of contributors. This … Continue reading
Sometimes 9Gag actually is pretty funny. Anybody know anything about this cartoonist? (click the image to read the rest)
Leave it to Ubergeek Scott McCloud to discover a novel way to create comics, using the scrapbook on your Google+ profile page. This allows you to upload five images, which in turn is just the incentive sequential artists need to … Continue reading
In his new webcomic Moments, Cartoonist Tommie Kelly tries his hand at a classic constraint, to represent, or at least suggest, as much of a narrative in only one panel (the one above is called, “Fuck you, Robot”). There’s only … Continue reading
Now this must be the very last classic strip character I’d ever expect to guest star in the überhip Hopeless Old Men On Skateboards ! (strip © MC)
In Our Valued Customers, a cartoonist who calls himself Mr. Tim faithfully records the insanity, stupidity or plain dumbness he has to confront daily as a clerk in a comic book store. It has to be a US thing. I … Continue reading
Here’s (part of) how a real Lois Lane would handle that pesky Superman. From Kate Beaton’s mega-splendid Hark, A Vagrant. Read that !