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The Invisible Life of Poet

The Invisible Life of Poet is a webcomic by Christopher Stetson Wilson that's been published weekly for three and a half years. It features the adventures of nerdy high school student Poet and his retinue (mostly his friend Ben). There are many ways to navigate the archive. For a quality skim, check out the author's favorites. If you want a more indepth look you can check out the tag categories, characters (e.g. Seph the Corruptor, Coach Fathead), contemporary issues (e.g. class warfare, gender issues), culture and society (e.g. mass media, religion), hyperreality (e.g. board games, hallucinations), miscellaneous (e.g. great art, lowbrow humor) and psycho-social constructs (e.g. bullying, love and seduction).
posted by Kattullus on Mar 27, 2008 - 17 comments

Hark! A Vagrant History Comics by Kate Beaton

Canadian artist Kate Beaton draws wonderfully expressive comics which she publishes variously on her website and her LiveJournal, Hark! A Vagrant. In December 2007 she asked her readers to suggest historical figures and promised to draw comics based on the first twenty submissions. Highlights of the resulting series include Mary Shelley, Genghis Khan, and yes, even Søren Kierkegaard. [more inside]
posted by Songdog on Feb 13, 2008 - 15 comments

Blonde girl kicks things!

Sugarshock (2 3): A webcomic by Joss Whedon.
posted by ormondsacker on Jan 6, 2008 - 52 comments

Dresden Codak

Dresden Codak is a webcomic about plagiarizing bears, nerds who play philosophical tabletop RPGs, your dream job, and other oddities. Also, check out the author's guest Dinosaur Comic.
posted by CrunchyFrog on Nov 20, 2007 - 37 comments

What did the Potato say to the Onion…

Potato and Onion are the stars of their very own Web Comic! It started with an off-color quasi joke and never let up. They Dressed Up Wore Disguises, Got a hip new look and even fought zombiesWith Zombies!
posted by French Fry on Oct 25, 2007 - 16 comments

Can I play too

Free Ice Cream Day
posted by Rubbstone on Oct 17, 2007 - 28 comments

You should read Gunnerkrigg Court

Gunnerkrigg Court is a lovely and strange webcomic by Tom Siddell. While its scenario bears a passing resemblance to Harry Potter (magic school, main character with a strange destiny, etc.), there's something quite different going on here. Chapter One, for instance, deals with how to get an anthropomorphic shadow back to its forest home, using only a box of discarded robot parts and a young girl's initiative. And that's just the beginning. Need a more trustworthy endorsement than mine? Neil Gaiman likes it.
posted by Lentrohamsanin on Oct 12, 2007 - 19 comments

Yeah, yeah I know-- my favorite web comic sucks

If you've ever worked with advertising or marketing "professionals," you've probably encountered this guy. Or this guy. Or her. Or one of these three guys.
posted by dersins on Sep 9, 2007 - 61 comments

Basic Instructions

Basic Instructions - Your all inclusive guide to a life well-lived [more inside]
posted by MetaMonkey on Sep 9, 2007 - 27 comments

bunt cake: a webcomic thing

"I like to think that baseball players are a pretty imaginitive bunch. I mean, these are guys who, when asked what they wanted to be when they grew up, said something nuts like 'baseball player' — and then didn’t change their answer." Bunt Cake: a webcomic for those of us who like baseball cards recontextualized and our humor depantsed and set on fire. Or something like that. [via mefi projects]
posted by Terminal Verbosity on Jul 17, 2007 - 37 comments

Lets Make Baby Trees

Impale It With Mr Carrot! Our Masters Will Be So Proud!
posted by Stynxno on Jul 5, 2007 - 20 comments

Your favorite web comic sucks

Your webcomic is bad and you should feel bad. Many of the most popular comics on the Internet aren't just weird, they're terrible. And creepy. Like Dominic Deegan, which justifies rape in a storyline. Also, Girly's creator critiques the art of several webcomics, both good and bad.
posted by clockworkjoe on Jun 25, 2007 - 114 comments

Dicebox

Dicebox: A webcomic with amazing artwork by Jenn Manley Lee. (site's main page) A non traditional sci-fi serial comic, concerning the lives of migrant workers in the future. Fleen review
posted by edgeways on Jun 7, 2007 - 9 comments

I wish I could quit you, xkcd.

The Electromagnetic Spectrum via
posted by lazaruslong on Jun 6, 2007 - 30 comments

Ishkabibble!

Lackadaisy. The ongoing saga of Don Bluth-esque anthropomorphic cats in Prohibition-era St. Louis. Start here and try not to drool over the artwork.
posted by XQUZYPHYR on May 12, 2007 - 77 comments

I've got a special treat. It's not Fruit Roll-Ups.

Mother fucking bird flu! Asher Sarlin just made me laugh so hard, I think a little bit of poop came out. Be sure to check out Social Studies Fighter II Turbo, nobody needs a venti and what the world would look like if orange juice didn't taste terrible right after you brushed your teeth.
posted by jbickers on Apr 13, 2007 - 58 comments

Real doctors don't use guns.

Lucid TV: A webcomic about doctors.
posted by Snyder on Mar 20, 2007 - 29 comments

Cap'n Crunch is a gateway drug!

Breakfast of the Gods: The Last Good Morning. A serialized webcomic featuring the sugary, crunchy stars of your childhood - destroying your childhood dreams one after another. Via Monkeyfilter.
posted by loquacious on Feb 11, 2007 - 33 comments

This is NOT Umberto Eco

Templar, Arizona is hands down my favorite webcomic find of 2006. Creator Spike (AKA Charlie Trotman) is one of the growing number of artists eschewing conventional approaches to the (notoriously lagging) alternative print market, but she's more persistent (and consistent) than most. Also worth noting is the experimental, dialogue-free Sparkneedle (recently completed). The self described "wankery" of her Sims-illustrated fiction vehicle Playing With Dolls? Maybe not so much.
posted by nanojath on Jan 17, 2007 - 9 comments

Note: May not actually be weekly, nor in fact starring Othar.

Do you feel that science has gone mad? Do you yearn for a time when adventurers were unfailingly courteous and infallibly polite? Well look no further than the adventures of Othar Tryggvassen, Gentleman Adventurer--now available weekly on the radio! Episodes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]. In case this makes little sense, some background is available here.
posted by vernondalhart on Aug 15, 2006 - 5 comments

Blastwave

Blastwave
posted by MetaMonkey on Jul 7, 2006 - 28 comments

"cute gone bad"

kawaii not?
posted by me3dia on Jul 7, 2006 - 43 comments

Acid Zen Wonder Paint

Web comics are fun: Acid Zen Wonder Paint. Explore via the "Random" button or check out my favorites.
posted by JPowers on Jun 15, 2006 - 25 comments

A web comic

Sex with your mom is pretty good.
posted by Nelson on Jun 9, 2006 - 68 comments

xkcd

xkcd: A sketchpad webcomic about love, science and love and science. Plus some other treats.
posted by Serial Killer Slumber Party on Jun 8, 2006 - 24 comments

America, bless God!

The Languid Anger of Peterbilt Nixon, Episode 1: Road Trip (or Mob Hogs and the Twelve Ribs Miasma). A new series on Udargo.com
posted by eyeballkid on Apr 4, 2006 - 5 comments

Concerned (Half-Life 2 comic)

Concerned (Half-Life 2 comic)
posted by Protocols of the Elders of Awesome on Feb 27, 2006 - 38 comments

Kill Harry

Kill Bill + Harry Potter = Kill Harry, featuring cameo appearances by Bender the robot, Bruce Campbell, and Zombie Rick James, bitch.
posted by Gator on Feb 20, 2006 - 16 comments

The Marmaduke-id and the Phil/society-superego combat each other in the person of the Dottie-ego.

Wondermark An Illustrated Weekly Jocularity. While you're there, be sure to check out Malki's Comic Script Doctor columns (in particular his Freudian interpretation of Marmaduke).
posted by brundlefly on Jan 29, 2006 - 15 comments

Morningstar Comics

Love That Dracula. Don't forget to check out Jesus Christ, Asshole Supreme whilst you're at it (contains rude words and blasphemy).
posted by longbaugh on Dec 13, 2005 - 24 comments

Yes, it looks just like her

My Grandmother's Funeral - Quiet and melancholy comic - by cartoonist Nick Mullins.
posted by Peter H on Dec 9, 2005 - 25 comments

"He's a doctor, too!"

"Boy!!!? Have you been lumberjacking??!!" The Adventures of Dr. McNinja - he fights Paul Bunyan's Disease with his ninja skills and gorilla receptionist. He also knows Batman.
posted by XQUZYPHYR on Oct 31, 2005 - 32 comments

Bunny

Bunny: About 260 installments of a simple, and amusing (to my mind) web comic. Just a little something for the weekend if it is rainy where yer at.
posted by edgeways on May 21, 2005 - 42 comments

Leisure Town

Leisure Town has long been considered one of the most brilliant web 'comics' to ever exist. Authored by one of the geniuses at Jerkcity, the site is finally back after an extended hiatus. Enjoy some of the finest offensive humor ever written. [all links offensive, probably NSFW]
posted by Ryvar on Mar 9, 2005 - 22 comments

desperate houseflies

Desperate Houseflies : "In the backdrop of a picture-perfect neighborhood called Diphtheria Lane live six suburban houseflies whose lives are anything but perfect."
posted by dhruva on Feb 24, 2005 - 9 comments

A worm in the head

Ballad is the story of a nervous and confused little homunculus. It's an unsettling webcomic with moody artwork and fantastic pacing that creeps along slowly, like a severed hand across the floor.
posted by picea on Jan 3, 2005 - 14 comments

The Flurby Jim News Site

It goes back to his kidnapping and presumed death this year...
posted by symbioid on Dec 5, 2004 - 6 comments

Welcome to exotic Toku Boru

Acid Keg is a titter-inducing webcomic that delivers a story of spies, tikis and rock n' roll. Retro done right. The story starts here.
posted by picea on Nov 23, 2004 - 8 comments

True Oklahoma stories

Why is there a tiny video camera inside my intestines... Jeffrey Rowland, creator of WIGU, has a new comic telling "true" stories from his life.
posted by drezdn on Oct 26, 2004 - 9 comments

Heartwarming cartoons, gone horribly awry

And now, the Everything Old Is New Again Dept. brings you the The Dysfunctional Family Circus Archive. It's been five years since Spinn (a.k.a. Greg Galcik) took down the DFC; but back in the day, the DFC was probably the funniest site on the Web (and might even qualify as the funniest since.) Imitators have sprung up since, of course; and Spinn still runs a similar site, A-1 AAA AmeriCaptions. But somehow it's not quite the same... [Possibly NSFW, if your coworkers can read text on your screen.]
posted by Johnny Assay on Oct 9, 2004 - 3 comments

The horror....The tasty, tasty, horror!!

Chocolypse Now.
I love the smell of Oompa-Loompas in the morning.
posted by Optamystic on Oct 1, 2004 - 10 comments

I...uh...I don't know what to say

Outer Burrows - A web comic experiment (some NSFW if language is a problem).
posted by grateful on Aug 10, 2004 - 5 comments

Intelligent Whimsy

Copper - tales about Copper and Fred, his dog. By Kazu Kibuishi.
posted by PenDevil on Jul 30, 2004 - 6 comments

Got Fried

Fried Society is not a new comic strip, nor has it been updated in quite a long time. But it remains the most insightful use of the medium I've ever seen.
posted by effugas on Jun 16, 2004 - 8 comments

Something Positive Comics

So good, I can't believe this hasn't been posted before: Something Positive Comics
posted by ColdChef on May 12, 2004 - 13 comments

Won't somebody think of the children?!

Child's Play - Penny Arcade, the popular gaming web comic, is looking to reverse some of the stigma that comes with playing games, by asking the community to send games to children at the Seattle Children’s Hospital.
posted by Orange Goblin on Nov 26, 2003 - 10 comments

a gay ghost with the most

Wink Hauntlie--ghost about town Just the world's most charming homosexual ghost. (4 adorable comics so far--a little well-done halloween fun from the guy who does diesel sweeties)
posted by amberglow on Oct 13, 2003 - 11 comments

We are not all jerks.

We are not all jerks. Really, we're not. If you don't believe me, read this t-shirt.
posted by grabbingsand on Apr 3, 2003 - 11 comments

Same Difference at last

Same Difference, Derek Kirk Kim's great online comic has come to it's conclusion. For Kim it's been "2 years. 79 pages. 9 pens. 2 countries. 3 computers. 4 residences. 6 conventions. 725 lonely nights." But for us it's been nothing less than the slow episodic revelation of an amazing talent. I love his elegant line and the depth of his characters. It's funny as hell, but touching enough to make you cry.
posted by gametone on Feb 21, 2003 - 24 comments

Hey, punk! If you can read, then point your eyes at Violence Man in: Company Picnic. Remember, "Talking is for little girls."
A fine new webcomic from Evil Monkey Productions. Oop!
posted by ColdChef on Jul 26, 2002 - 15 comments

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