List of webcomics in print
This list of webcomics in print includes a selection of notable webcomics that are, or were at one time, available in print. This includes comics collected into books as well as those published regula...
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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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Lethargic Lad
Lethargic Lad is a protagonist in the comic strip of the same name, created by Greg Hyland sometime in the late 1980s. The character is notable for being very slow and inactive. Lethargic Lad does no...
Van Von Hunter
Van Von Hunter is a weekly, hand drawn parody-manga begun in 2002 by Cleveland, Ohio–based artists Mike Schwark and Ron Kaulfersch of Pseudomé Studio. It has since been published in newspapers, books,...
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Unshelved
Unshelved is a daily comic strip most notable for being set in a library. Published by Overdue Media, the web comic was created by writer Gene Ambaum (not his real name) and co-writer/artist Bill Barn...
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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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The K Chronicles
The K Chronicles is an autobiographical comic strip by the independent cartoonist Keith Knight. Until February 2010 it was updated every Wednesday at Salon.com. The strip previously appeared in the Sa...
Rodney Caston
Rodney Caston (born May 13, 1977) is an American systems engineer and writer currently living in Dallas, Texas. He is credited as a co-creator and writer of the first volume of the popular comic book...
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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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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...
Last Blood
Last Blood is a webcomic published by Blatant Comics created by Bobby Crosby and Chris Crosby. It is written by Bobby Crosby and illustrated by Owen Gieni.The tag-line, "After zombies take over the Ea...
The Joy of Tech
Joy of Tech is a webcomic created by Nitrozac and Snaggy, whose real names are Liza Schmalcel and Bruce Evans. Both are Canadians. The comic, which is produced three times a week, concentrates on tech...
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 ...
Achewood
Achewood is a webcomic created by Chris Onstad in 2001. It portrays the lives of a group of anthropomorphic stuffed toys, robots, and pets. Many of the characters live together in the home of their ow...
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The Dreamland Chronicles
The Dreamland Chronicles is an all-ages fantasy webcomic and comic book series created by Scott Christian Sava with 3D computer graphics.
The Dreamland Chronicles is about a college student, Alex,...
VG Cats
VG Cats (short for Video Game Cats) is a webcomic written and drawn by Canadian cartoonist Scott Ramsoomair. Published on its own website, it features the adventures of a pair of anthropomorphic cats,...
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Seven-O-Heaven
Seven-O-Heaven is a weekly comic strip created and written by Andrew Goff that appears in an alternative weekly newspaper in the United States. The comic is notable for being a rare example of a weekl...
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Platinum Grit
Platinum Grit is an Australian self-published comic book/online comic. The series is noted for sexual drawings of girls, surreal offbeat humor and tightly-written scripts. The series was created by ...
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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Girl Genius
Girl Genius is an ongoing comic book series turned webcomic, written and drawn by Phil and Kaja Foglio and published by their company Studio Foglio LLC under the imprint Airship Entertainment. The com...
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La Morté Sisters
Zuda Comics was DC Comics' webcomics imprint from 2007 until 2010. It featured comics for Flash player instead of in a web page. Announced in a press release on July 9, 2007 and the first ongoing seri...
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Crying Macho Man
Crying Macho Man is an online comic strip created by Jose Cabrera and updated weekly on his official website. Making its online debut in August 2005, the comic is best known for its satirical views on...
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The World of Quest
The World of Quest is a comic series by Jason T. Kruse shown on the Komikwerks site as a webcomic and later released as a full graphic novel. The currently chapter on the site is "Prison Break". The c...
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Zap! (webcomic)
Zap!, often erroneously referred to as Zap in Space, is a sci-fi webcomic currently hosted on Keenspot. The series began on 2003-07-13. At first it updated twice or sometimes three times a week. Somew...
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Pixel (webcomic)
Pixel is a webcomic written by Chris Dlugosz, first published on June 14, 2002. It is set in the aptly named "pixel universe", inhabited by pixels, voxels, vectors, plasmas (a satire on the plasma scr...
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...