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A Guide to Webcomics: Horror, Super-Heroes and Diary Comics Kick off Comic Con

Shhh, do you hear that? Outside the Javits Center in New York, spandex-clad geeks are gathering to celebrate their annual opportunity (well, biannual, if you count San Diego) to strut around as Fat Spiderman or woo chicks as Cloud Strife. Without superheroes, comic books would have never evolved, so, today, we pay tribute to our Men (and Women) in Tights. While superheroes dominate the American...

A Guide to Webcomics: How Sci-Fi and Drama Shed Light on Modern Life

From their humble origins during the digitally threadbare days of Usenet, webcomics have become an inextricable part of the Internet landscape, underground but with more exposure than ever before. And with New York's epic celebration of the printed strip known as Comic-Con fast approaching, what better time than now to contemplate the splendors of the webcomic? We've done the hard work, and...

A Guide to Webcomics: Our Pick of Epic, Fantastical and Magical Worlds

From their humble origins during the digitally threadbare days of Usenet, webcomics have become an inextricable part of the Internet landscape, underground but with more exposure than ever before. And with the epic celebration of the printed strip known as New York City Comic-Con right around the corner, what better time than now to contemplate the splendors of the webcomic? We've done the hard...

A Guide to Webcomics: Humor and the Absurd, From 'White Ninja' to 'Octopus Pie'

From their humble origins during the digitally threadbare days of Usenet, webcomics have become an inextricable part of the Internet landscape, underground but with more exposure than ever before. And with New York's epic celebration of the printed strip known as Comic-Con fast approaching, what better time than now to contemplate the splendors of the webcomic? We've done the hard work, and...

A Guide to Webcomics: Where to Begin, For the Uninitiated or Superfan

From their humble origins during the digitally threadbare days of Usenet, webcomics have become an inextricable part of the Internet landscape, underground but with more exposure than ever before. And with the epic celebration of the printed strip known as New York City Comic-Con right around the corner, what better time than now to contemplate the splendors of the webcomic? We've done the hard...

Genius 'Axe Cop' Comic Written by a 5-year-old, Illustrated by Big Bro

What do you get when you combine a 5-year-old's imagination with his 29-year-old brother's design skills? Web comic genius. 'Axe Cop' is a collaborative online comic strip started by kindergartener Malachai Nicolle and his (much) older brother Ethan, an artist and writer living in Los Angeles. As Ethan explains, the idea was hatched from a game that the brothers used to play, involving the elder...

'Achewood' Web Flowchart Shows You're Better Off Staying Offline

You might not know it, but every decision in this world can be broken down into an easy-to-follow flowchart. Literally, every one. When to pull out your iPhone, what cereal to eat, even whether or not 'It Was a Good Day' are all flowchartable. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that deciding what to do online has finally gotten its own diagram to help you work through the options. The first...