Category Archives: Web Comics

Lady drawers

Writer and artist Anne-Elisabeth Moore has an ongoing column called Ladydrawers for progressive investigating reporting website Truth-out.org, in which she mostly covers the position of women in the creative industries. Each column is in comic strip format, with collaborations by … Continue reading

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Tales from the crypt

Andy Warner did a great comic on the one-man renovation job on the San Fransisco columbarium. It is a real tribute to persistence and dedication. The story was published in The Nib, Medium‘s quite vibrant comic corner (which you should follow).

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The Ultimate Batman

You have fan fiction, and you have fiction produced by fans that hits harder than anything official featuring the characters involved. The least you can say about The Deal, a quite disturbing Batman-story by Daniel Bayliss and Gerardo Preciado, is … Continue reading

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Comics for Clarity!

Big Deal, Big Money is a great example of how you can use comics to explain a rather difficult subject in order to get as many people on board as possible, in this case why Verizon’s demarche to tariff internet … Continue reading

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A Watterson Rebuttal

Zen Pencils is great, and easily one of the best webcomics currently around. The way Gavin Aung Than selects the quotes and then adapts them in a style that is never even slightly off the mark, is incomparible. And when … Continue reading

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Thatcher by Simmonds

Over in the Guardian newspaper, Posy Simmonds created a Margaret Thatcher fairy tale that is not only very funny and (to put it mildly) only slightly skewed; it also manages to invoke a type of satire that seems to be … Continue reading

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Secret identities revealed!

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

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So Superman comes home from work…

  Sometimes 9Gag actually is pretty funny.  Anybody know anything about this cartoonist? (click the image to read the rest)

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Google+ gives cartoonists room to roam

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

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Moments

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

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