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 discuss 10 of my favorite comics for 2018; the comics range from “Lumberjanes” and “The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl” to “AJ & Magnus” and “FoxTrot.”
I take a look at 10 different LGBTQ comic and animated characters who’re also people of color, ranging from Archie’s Toni Topaz to DC Comics’ Renee Montoya.
My list of recommended webcomics and comic strips I enjoy reading, updated for 2018. The list includes strips ranging from “FoxTrot” to “Dinosaur Comics.”
What comics did I enjoy reading in 2017? Here’s a list of 10 comic books, graphic novels, and webcomics, from “Goldie Vance” to “Dinosaur Comics.”
For decades, the single issue comic book’s been popular. However, like the penny, it’s clearly showing problems as things now stand.
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.
Here’s what comic strips and webcomics I recommend, including classic strips (i.e., ones that’ve ended their runs). All of the strips below are available either in print compilations or have online archives.