Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on December 24, 2005 - 23:20
A couple of suggestions for holiday weekend themed webcomics: When Old Nick steals Saint Nick's job, the fate of the world is at stake and it's up to Little Timmy Smithers to save christmas...if he can. Read Adam White's and Matt Black's Feliz Navidamned!
And the classic Saturnalia by Patrick Farley which is about "paganism, christmas, yule, winter solstice, horned god" and is NSFW.
Post your suggestions in the comments. Happy holidays to all.
Submitted by Snoozer on December 22, 2005 - 12:12
Alpha Shade's Alpha Rant releases their first audio box set and animated DVD, giving their fans an unbelievable 107 hours of audio and one full hour of animation.
Submitted by Stuart on December 7, 2005 - 11:28
The Best Webcomics of 2005 -- as selected by... everyone!
Submitted by David Wright on November 21, 2005 - 22:54
Two long-running webcomics hit milestones this month: Skinny Panda and Todd and Penguin.
Submitted by Black_Kitty on November 17, 2005 - 11:32
The fourth annual Webcomic Secret Santa is open for submissions.
Submitted by bobweiner on November 10, 2005 - 21:34
Looking for eternal fame and fortune? Well, we can't promise any fortune, but you can get a little fame by guest-starring in The PC Weenies webcomic. Read on to learn more...
Submitted by mckenzee on November 10, 2005 - 21:32
This monthâ€™s North Carolina Webcomic Coffee Clatch will meet at Caffe Driade in Chapel Hill on Saturday, Nov. 12th at 4 pm.
Submitted by Daniel Goodbrey on October 31, 2005 - 23:23
The worldâ€™s first webcomic-based religion, Merlism, is now complete.
Submitted by quinnbeast on October 27, 2005 - 18:00
In celebration of Halloween, Make Like A Tree Comics artists Sara Turner and Jerzy Drozd will launch another episode of their full-color comic, Silver And The Periodic Forces. Episode Two – Ripple Effect will update daily between Halloween and Nov 18th on WebcomicsNation.com.
Silver And The Periodic Forces is a story of interplanetary battles between good and evil told in the style of the Saturday Morning Action Adventure cartoon. There will even be "commercial breaks" running over the weekends.
Reading the comic in your pajamas while eating a bowl of sugary cereal is recommended, but not required.
Submitted by Twentyfour on October 25, 2005 - 14:37
It's webcomic Swap Day all this week at Eyeskream Webcomic Creators Group. Eyeskream members play the ol' switcheroo and draw each others' comics for a day, but can you guess who did what? Visit the Swap Day site for contest and prize details.