Penny Arcade (webcomic)
Penny Arcade is a webcomic focused on video games and video game culture, written by Jerry Holkins and illustrated by Mike Krahulik. The comic debuted in 1998 on the website loonygames.com. Since then...
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Boy on a Stick and Slither
Boy on a Stick and Slither (also called BOASAS) is a webcomic by Steven L. Cloud.Strips usually feature a short, pithy and sometimes surreal exchange between the title characters. The strip is charact...
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NeverNever
NeverNever is a fantasy webcomic by John "The Gneech" Robey (author of The Suburban Jungle) hosted on Keenspot. It debuted in 1998, originally with Robey as the writer and artist; in 2004, Allen Petlo...
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Dork Tower
Dork Tower is an online comic created, written and drawn by John Kovalic. It chronicles the lives of a group of geeks living in the fictional town of Mud Bay, Wisconsin. Mud Bay's design is strongly ...
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Avalon (webcomic)
Avalon was a webcomic by Josh Phillips set in the fictional city of Avalon, Ontario, Canada. It focused on a group of high school students, and while it was originally gag-a-day, it evolved into a coh...
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Bobbins (webcomic)
Bobbins is a webcomic set in the fictional West Yorkshire town of Tackleford, England, and written by John Allison.It ran from September 21, 1998, to June 3, 2002, but shifted into reruns with comment...
Kevin and Kell
Kevin and Kell is a furry comedy webcomic strip by syndicated cartoonist Bill Holbrook. The strip began on September 3, 1995. It is one of the oldest continuously running webcomics.The strip centers ...
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NetBoy
NetBoy is a webcomic created by Stafford Huyler. Publishing began in May, 1994. Drawn as a stick figure, the comic character NetBoy is an Internet innocent with his greatest joy in life being "fast .G...
Sluggy Freelance
Sluggy Freelance is a popular, long-running daily webcomic written and drawn by Pete Abrams. The comic has over 100,000 daily readers and premiered on August 25, 1997. Abrams is one of the few, and fi...
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Stealth (webcomic)
Stealth is a webcomic created, written and drawn by William Satterwhite. Set in the fictional Terminus City, the series centers on Allen White, a young man who, as Stealth, fights crime and protects t...
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Doctor Fun
Doctor Fun was a webcomic by David Farley, which ran from September 24, 1993 to June 9, 2006. It may have been the first popular episodic World Wide Web comic strip. It was preceded by Witches and Sti...
Astounding Space Thrills
Astounding Space Thrills was a webcomic by Steve Conley begun in 1997. It is also the title of a comic book series of the same name published by Image Comics.Apparently inspired by early science ficti...
Bruno (webcomic)
Bruno was a webcomic written and drawn by Christopher Baldwin from 1 January 1996 to 14 February 2007. Its storylines revolve around the life of an introspective young woman, set in the real world. He...
Child's Play (charity)
Child's Play is a charitable organization that donates toys and games to children's hospitals worldwide. It was founded in 2003 by Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins, authors of the popular computer and ...
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Jeffrey Rowland
Jeffrey J. Rowland (born May 22, 1974) is the author and artist responsible for Wigu and Overcompensating, two popular webcomics. Originally from Locust Grove, Oklahoma, Rowland now lives in Easthamp...
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Mike Krahulik
Mike Krahulik (/krəˈhuː.lɪk/; born September 25, 1977) is the artist for the popular webcomic Penny Arcade and co-founder with Jerry Holkins of Child's Play, a multimillion dollar charity that organiz...
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PvP
PvP, also known as Player vs Player, is a webcomic, written and drawn by Scott Kurtz. By 2005 it was receiving around 100,000 unique visitors per day. On February 1, 2007, it became the subject of its...
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Ozy and Millie
Ozy and Millie is a webcomic, created by D. C. Simpson, which debuted in January 1997. The comic was part of Keenspot from 2001 to 2003, going independent for several years before returning to Keenspo...
Help Desk (webcomic)
Help Desk is a webcomic by Christopher B. Wright which debuted on March 31, 1996, making it one of the older webcomics on the Internet. The comic is a satirical and cynical view of computer software c...
College Roomies from Hell!!!
College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is a webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. It started January 1, 1999. Since 2010 it updated only sporadically and went on hiatus ...
The PC Weenies
The PC Weenies is a webcomic with a special focus on technology humor and geek culture, as experienced through the lives of the fictitious Weiner family. The PC Weenies was created and launched on the...
Elf Life
Alfheim, formerly known as Elf Life, is a fantasy webcomic by Carson Fire (a pseudonym of Eric Gustafson) that is hosted on Keenspot. It debuted on 14 June 1999 and ran until 21 December 2004. Three s...
Eric Monster Millikin
Eric Millikin, also known as Eric Monster Millikin, is an American artist, humorist, and blogger. He is known for his pioneering work in Internet art, Postinternet art, and webcomics. His artwork is o...
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Dharma the Cat
Dharma the cat is a philosophical humorous webcomic by David Lourie. The topics of Dharma the Cat handle the basic philosophical questions of life and existence.Characters in the comic are:The main id...
Argon Zark!
Argon Zark! is a webcomic, created by cartoonist and web site designer Charley Parker. It is arguably the first true Web comic, i.e. the first continuing comic story created specifically to be distrib...