Submitted by HEADBOY on February 21, 2004 - 22:48
Just a heads up, there is a fairly new comic titled Bean at philintheblanks.com. It is a collaboration between Phil McAndrew and Stuv. We update every Friday, and so far have been getting some pretty positive feedback regarding both the story and art.
Submitted by Pepius on January 15, 2004 - 22:08
Command Line Comics, the longest running ASCII comic, reaches its 200th strip, and its author shows no signs of fatigue, so, if you feel like it, go read oÂne of the weirdest things the Internet has to offer. (both in english and spanish!)
Submitted by Derrickfish on January 15, 2004 - 00:53
Derrick Fish has been writing and drawing the adventures of his talking dog "Dandy" every day for two years now. Dandy and Company, Fish's pet project from his grade school days, finds it's heart in the basic story of a boy and his dog, but turns it on its ear with dashes of high action, animated illustrations and even romance to make a comic strip that's more than just another "Gag-A-Day" snore.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on October 31, 2003 - 16:08
First up this week is a new journal comic: http://www.philintheblanks.com. This is Phil McAndrew's new website where you will be able to find his journal comic (formerly known as The Daily Phil), sketchbook, and illustrations.
Second is Eden Cafe a manga style 4-koma comic about five ordinary girls living in a ordinary town.
Also last but not least, be sure to check out the all new flash animated webcomic Briadonix.
Submitted by Pepius on October 3, 2003 - 09:51
Or just check out the whole website at www.iespana.es/pepius.
(In English and Spanish!)
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 24, 2003 - 13:29
Chris Hilbig's Vague Comics hosts two comics: Parti Animals and Fuego - both update on a semi-regular basis. Pay the man a virtual visit and check out the webcomics.
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 22, 2003 - 16:34
Another edition of your irregular Friday Rookie Roundup. This week we point your attention to new superhero webcomic Dasien, which has a slightly manga-ish art style; Riboflavin, a comic that seems to have really evolved its artwork over its existence; and Element's Song , which is manga-ish and furry-ish.
And a note to whoever runs the "SuperKeen!" dropdown list - lots of broken sites and no-longer updating webcomics on it. Holy 404s Bat-dude!!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 1, 2003 - 10:52
It seems to me that comics tackling sports is somewhat rare. NBAddict by Richard Rempel is a weekly webcomic poking fun at the NBA, basketball and its players. Right now it has some kind of pseudo-Pulp Fiction plot going on but if you dig through the archives there are plenty of stand-alone comics worth checking out.
Submitted by Jamie Robertson on July 23, 2003 - 08:04
Flight of the Stingray, a new webcomic by Brian Freeman, seeks to combine the old and the new with over one hundred 3D renderings interwoven within traditional illustration. According to Digital Webbing, Flight of the Stingray tells the story of Air Force test pilot Jack Gannon flying a fantastic new craft that can fly through the air like a jet or plunge underwater like a submarine. While searching for a friend in the Russian arctic, Jack discovers a thriving colony of people hidden for over one hundred years. Created by Brian Freeman, an illustrator and wed designer, Flight of the Stingray is a 69 page webcomic offered for free and in its entirety.
Thanks to Digital Webbing
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on July 18, 2003 - 17:26
Actually this week it's not so much rookies as me looking at the top of the so-called "click for rank" vote lists that cater to webcomics (all of these lists are in our links section). There are some surprises on these lists though which means we've discovered some new well-read webcomics, or some webcomics have click-happy fans.
Over at Top Webcomics, number 14 on the list is Theater Hopper, another entry in the "webcomics about movies" category.
And finally just for truth in advertising - a true rookie, The Depth Defying Adventures of Captain Nemo, is the second webcomic I've seen about underwater diving. Webcomics is educational!