Category: Webcomics

It Comes Up Three Lemons

As noted on my “Standing on the Shoulders of Giants (and Trolls)” page, Mike Peterson’s Comic Strip of the Day…

Comedy Is Tragedy That’s Happening to Someone Else, Right?

Benjamin Dewey’s Tragedy Series is a sepia-toned, semi-Victorian-styled, often insightful and amusing-to-hilarious webcomic that illustrates some of the misfortunes, large…

Liveblogging The Lartist(Friday, Feb. 22, 5PM PacificTime)

No, that’s not L’artist as in “pretentious Frenchness”. That’s Lar-tist as in Lar DeSouza, the non-evil half of the “Least…

Square Root of Guacamole Garfield

How I got ‘dippy’ with Garfield.

Doonesbury Vs. Webcomics: No Contest

When Doonesbury threw down the gauntlet on behalf of newspaper comics, and did it with a large piece of whitespace, you knew every webcomicker (and me) had to fill in the blank…

Better an Arrow to the Knee than an Arrow to the Eye

Kate Beaton’s “Hark A Vagrant!” is already considered the most educational webcomic around, right? Well, she’s upping the ante by…

The Price Rollback of the Comics

In 1989, Bill “Calvin and Hobbes” Watterson gave a famous address at Ohio State U.’s Festival of Cartoon Art: “The…

I’m Only Trying to Help, Scott!

The convention season is at its peak with things happening in Seattleforthis, Austintatious, Chicagocrazy and EastPAXovia, and PvP’s Scott “Don’t…

That’s 137 in Bunny Years

(posted to MetaFilter) Everything is Cuter In Bunny Ears, right? (Almost) every day for the last year, cartoonist/animator Ryan Green…

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Proudly controversial webcomicker Zach Weiner’s “Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal” did a comic that the anti-gay “National Organization for Marriage” interpreted…

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