Just a note that we’ve got 3 sponsorship slots open right now. These go cheap at $15 a week – you get a 150×200 image plus text on every page of Comixpedia for the whole week. Continue Reading
Fleen today linked to Pirate And Alien by Tyson Smith. PaA is cute and the art has the right whimsical touch. Definitely worth watching. Continue Reading
The webcomic Night Warrior webcomic relaunches for 2006. Continue Reading
I’m posting this for no other reason then that I used to title a one-panel comic I made in highschool as Yankee Doodles. This new humorous superhero entry, Yankee Doodle: The Living Scribble is nothing like what I did.
That’s probably a good thing 🙂 Continue Reading
The Fart Party is an interesting new journal webcomic about every day life, bikes, boys and booze and is created by Julia Wertz, a 23 year old girl from San Francisco. Mostly done in black & white ink, the comics deal with all the funny little things that happen every day but you usually forget. Continue Reading
Motivationally Challenged is a new humorous, slice-of-life webcomic. Continue Reading
I just finished the short archives of Words & Pictures and wholeheartedly recommend it. Funny, and sometimes sick and twisted, with solid artwork – I don’t think I’m going out on much of a limb to say this will get even more popular this year. Continue Reading
Framed: Greenboro, NC, a monthly non-fiction comic documenting the various nooks and cranies of the title city, has made its Internet-debut on WebComicsNation. The comic, created by Chris Lowrance, previously appeared in print in the local alternative-weekly Yes!. Continue Reading
Disassemblance, the webcomic for freaks, by freaks, celebrates its third year online this week. Continue Reading
Life On Pause by Don Oskowski follows the lives of four mid-twenty friends, whom all have their lives on pause.
The creator, Don Oskowski is interested in feedback. So please give LOP the once over and let me now what you think and perhaps come on back if you like what you read and see. Continue Reading