Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on February 4, 2005 - 16:34
Ad Grunts is a new strip about advertising. Slickly drawn and funny (two words: Tampon Transformer) this is a promising rookie.
Also creators, J.Cheng & H.B.Flyte, have done a nice job using the blogging software, WordPress, to run the archives for their site.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on January 28, 2005 - 18:06
Only a couple of episodes in the archives so far but for a literary geek like myself, The Epilogue by Reva Sharp is a clever idea filled with boundless possibilities. Taking place in the afterlife, the comic is filled with characters based on famous writers like Mark Twain, e.e. cummings, Slyvia Plath, etc.
The art is a bit... rough at this point and not every strip has delivered actual funny, but I'm just so taken with the concept that I can overlook that for now. Be sure to check it out.
Submitted by geoduck on January 1, 2005 - 18:41
Robert Cook's Keenspace-based webcomic The Mansion of E has reached the "500 strips drawn" milestone.
Submitted by Flatwood on December 30, 2004 - 16:24
Flatwood officially turns one year old this January 1, 2005. Creator Zachary Parker has crafted a special installment for the anniversary, available at his website.
Submitted by goonigoogoo on November 9, 2004 - 13:52
Non-sequitur comic Acid Zen Wonder Paint reaches its 300th update.
Submitted by MaximKovalenko on November 4, 2004 - 01:52
On Monday next week (November 8th) Requiem will hit 100 episodes. Requiem is a dark sci-fi/fantasy story about the end of the world and its aftermath and is composed entirely with 3D rendering software.
Requiem updates daily.
Submitted by lichkeeg on October 20, 2004 - 13:00
Idiot Farm has reached its 100th comic. Idiot Farm is drawn and authored by Jeremy Wagner and Justin Van Dyke (Van Dyke is on an extended break while in Ireland and won't be back to work on the comic until February 2005).
Idiot Farm features extremely quirky and comically cynical characters. Started in July of 2003, the comic has regularly updated for over a year. You can also keep up with the Farm at the comic's LiveJournal feed.
Submitted by stevenf on October 13, 2004 - 13:58
Spamusement has reached comic #100. If you haven't seen the comic, it take subject lines from the headers of spam email, and as the creator puts it "[I] let their creative brilliance fuel my artistic vision, where 'artistic vision' is defined here as 'crude line drawings.'"
This is a funny webcomic folks and although in some ways it feels a bit like Exploding Dog, the absurd nature of spam subject lines veers the material here in a funnier direction than the broader emotional palette of Sam Brown.
Definitely worth checking out.
Submitted by HEADBOY on August 15, 2004 - 10:56
A small group of of like-minded young cartoonists on the rise have banded together to form Found Hat Press. Hoping to learn from each other while also expanding thier audiences, they plan on eventually venturing into self publishing, amongst other things. Several of the group's members have been crowned champions of Strip Fight.
Submitted by Adrian on February 27, 2004 - 11:09