A list of my favorite webcomics and comic strips for 2020, from “AJ & Magnus” to “Valley Ghouls.”
Comics overall have done quite well in the 2010s. I take a look back over the decade’s high points in comics, graphic novels, and webcomics.
I take a look at what my favorite webcomics and comic strips are for 2019, from “AJ & Magnus” and “Pearls Before Swine” to “Questionable Content.”
I look at non-Marvel and DC comics coming out in November 2018, including several new “Atomic Robo” books and IDW releasing… a Spider-Man book?
A look at what non-Marvel/DC comics are coming out in October, including new compilations of “Pearls Before Swine,” “Bloom County,” and “FoxTrot.”
My list of recommended webcomics and comic strips I enjoy reading, updated for 2018. The list includes strips ranging from “FoxTrot” to “Dinosaur Comics.”
There’s been a long list of “Star Wars” parodies and references in cartoons. Here’s a list of a half-dozen examples, from “Johnny Test” to “Bloom County.”
A look at what independent, non-DC/Marvel comics are being released in October 2016, from a “This Modern World” compilation book to a new Kate Leth-written miniseries.
A look at what’s coming out from independent/non-Big Two comics publishers in September 2016, from “Goldie Vance” and a new “Josie and the Pussycats” comic to a compilation book of the new “Bloom County” webcomic.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is “Questionable Content,” a webcomic by Jeph Jacques. The strip began running in August 2003, and has since become one of the more prominent webcomics.