Megatokyo
Megatokyo (メガトーキョー) (also stylized as MegaTokyo) is an English-language webcomic created by Fred Gallagher and Rodney Caston. Megatokyo debuted on August 14, 2000, and has been written and illustr...
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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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Suburban Tribe
Suburban Tribe was a webcomic written and illustrated by John Lee launched in January 2003. The comic alternates between story arcs that further plot and character development and stand-alone jokes. T...
Queen of Wands
Queen of Wands is a webcomic that began on July 22, 2002, and ended on February 23, 2005. The comic is a loose adaptation of events in the life of the artist, Aeire. The story's tone shifts back and f...
Combo Rangers
Combo Rangers is a series of Webcomics created in 1998 by Japanese-Brazilian author Fábio Yabu. It is clearly based on Super Sentai series (having started off as a parody, then developing more serious...
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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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Real Life (webcomic)
Real Life is a webcomic drawn and authored by Greg Dean. Begun on November 15, 1999 and published on weekdays, the comic is loosely based around the real lives of Greg and his friends (hence the name)...
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New Gold Dreams
Randal Keith Milholland, better known as R. K. Milholland, is an American webcomic author. His works include Something Positive, New Gold Dreams, Midnight Macabre, Classically Positive and Super Stupo...
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List of Megatokyo characters
In Megatokyo, the popular webcomic by Fred Gallagher, Japanese names are written in Japanese order, with the family name before the given name. The first feature of Megatokyo (a filler art day, referr...
Minus (webcomic)
minus is a webcomic created by Ryan Armand that ran from February 2006 to July 2008. It is a member of Koala Wallop, a webcomic collective that also includes Dresden Codak and Rice Boy. It was nominat...
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Vampire Cheerleaders
Vampire Cheerleaders is an original English-language (OEL) manga series written by Adam Arnold, with art by Michael Shelfer; previously by Shiei, and published by Seven Seas Entertainment. The series ...
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MS Paint Adventures
MS Paint Adventures is a collection of webcomics written and illustrated by Andrew Hussie. According to some estimates, MS Paint Adventures is the longest collection of comics on the Internet, contain...
A Lesson Is Learned but the Damage Is Irreversible
A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible (ALILBTDII) is a webcomic drawn by David Hellman and written by Dale Beran. Ted Rall describes the comic as "explor[ing] the limits of pessimism and ...
Sandra and Woo
Sandra and Woo is a comedy webcomic written by a German author, Oliver Knörzer, and drawn by an Indonesian artist, Puri Andini, under the name Powree. It is published in English and German. The first ...
The Perry Bible Fellowship
The Perry Bible Fellowship (PBF) is a newspaper comic strip and webcomic by Nicholas Gurewitch. It originated in the Syracuse University newspaper The Daily Orange. The comics are usually three or fou...
Buttercup Festival
Buttercup Festival is a webcomic created by poet and author David Troupes. The comic's first run, from February 17, 2000 to January 10, 2005, began as a feature in the University of Massachusetts Amhe...
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Pibgorn (webcomic)
Pibgorn is a webcomic by Brooke McEldowney that began in early 2002, ended its run on Comics.com on April 18, 2007, and resumed with GoComics.com on May 14, 2007. The title character is a fairy whose ...
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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...
Count Your Sheep
Count Your Sheep is a webcomic written and illustrated by Adrian Ramos, generally known as Adis. It was launched in 2003 on the Keenspace hosting service and became part of Keenspot a year later. It i...
Beaver and Steve
Beaver and Steve (also known as The Unfeasible Adventures of Beaver and Steve) was a webcomic by James Turner. The comic, which debuted on 10 September 2004 and continued since on a semi-weekly basis ...
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Basic Instructions (comics)
Basic Instructions is a webcomic by artist, comedian and writer Scott Meyer. The comic has been available on LiveJournal since 2003 and on the author's Web site since 2006. Three books have been pub...
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PS238
PS238 is a comic book that follows the lives of both teachers and students at an elementary school for children with super powers, which the comic calls metaprodigies. Issue #0 was published in Novemb...
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Grey Legacy
Grey Legacy is a science fiction webcomic by Wayne Wise and Fred Wheaton that was originally published in print form. The comic is hosted on Drunk Duck. The comic was among the first ever to win a Xer...
Bigtime Consulting
Bigtime Consulting is a webcomic parody based on Andersen Consulting, now known as Accenture. It was created by an employee, James Sanchez, who initially posted the cartoons anonymously on a Geocitie...
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