These days you'll rarely find a webcomic that fits into just one genre. The concept, art style and tone can all affect the perceived intent of a comic, and most refuse to be pigeon-holed, weaving themselves into eclecticism. Suburi's Tril0kan is no exception to this, and manga-comedy is its hyphenation of choice. More hyphens will follow...
In Arthurian legend, Avalon was the enchanted island were King Arthur was taken when mortally wounded after his last battle – a place to heal his wounds in the hands of faerie beings, and eventually return. Josh Phillips's Avalon is a fitting tribute to the name. When describing Avalon, Phillips tells the reader: "This is the story of the students of Avalon High School.
It's official: webcomics are better than print comics.
Unicorn Jelly, described by its creator Jennifer Diane Reitz as a "MangaStrip," is the story of a society coming to terms with its apparent imminent destruction and its efforts to survive. But it is also the story of the struggle between the heart and the mind, of the power of change in the face of tremendous odds, and of the power of the individual who believes.
The first thing a reader notices about Phil Cho’s Skinny Panda is that it’s about a skinny panda. That may seem self-evident, but in the webcomic business, where success or failure may depend solely upon whether or not the title of a strip is sufficiently catchy to impel a potential reader to click on a link, it is unusual to find one that presents itself so literally.
Held in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the year 200X, the TenKay Commotion is the hottest Dance Dance Revolution tournament around. With 24 teams of competitors and some of the most prestigious judges around, not to mention the TenKay Commotion Mix, a collection of all the DDR mixes so far, TenKay promises to be hot.
And indeed it is; blazing onto the scene is The 10K Commotion, a relatively new manga-styled webcomic from Yukon Makoto. Updating weekly, but in batches of about ten pages each week, it has already built up a huge following and an archive stretching to eighty pages (at the time of this writing) â€“ two chapters out of a planned eleven.
So. Are you ready?
Have you ever met a woman who absolutely drives you nuts? Who knows just what to do and which buttons to push to completely upset your way of life, your plans and your peace of mind. Imagine that she's your enemy. Or worse yet, imagine that you are her enemy and she's after you. She can outthink you; she can anticipate your next move; she can outfight you; and she never plays fair.
She is more than a pain in the butt to you; she's worse than a bitch; She’s A Nightmare that just won't go away.
I AM POKEY. Three words, typed completely in caps, are recognized in the webcomics community as the catchphrase of one of its longest-running cult heroes. It is possibly both the best and worst webcomic to squat on the Web.
Confused? You haven't seen anything yet.
Pokey the Penguin's an institution in some ways. You may gag at the art and puzzle at the gags the first time you see it, yet the comic sits atop the links page of many popular webcomics. What is its secret? In short, who is Pokey?
It has become more or less a given that when delving into the myriad meanings of 'independence' one is usually bombarded with images of the heroic, the sublime, or the groundbreaking. How does one become a groundbreaker though? More and more, it seems that we take it as a given that to do groundbreaking work one must appeal to angst-ridden, apocalyptic visions. However, there are some who take quite the opposite approach; in the recent influx of 'altered realities' scenarios, they are going against what has become mainstream, and taking a stand for Cute.
Stickler and Hat-trick, in association with Comixpedia present…
Stickler and Hat-trick at the Keyboard
Today we'll review: ORNERYBOY, created by Michael Lalonde
(Tonight’s show is sponsored 240 oz. cans of BOO-YA brand Caffeine juice. Straight from the Caffino plant right to your home).
STICKER: Hi, and welcome to yet another edition of “Stickler and Hat-Trick At the Keyboard!”
HAT-TRICK: Hold on a sec…