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Top 57 Web Comics: Day 4

57 varieties of web comics you should be reading Didn’t want you to think that I had let the day slip by without uploading this installment of the Top 57 Web Comics.  I would never do that to you just when we are hitting the teens. But isn’t that how our teenage years were? Full of disappointment, that left us the bitter bitter adults we are now… No? Well, me neither. Really. So today we get so close to the top ten, those on the list must be feeling the heat of being in the presence of such brilliance. That…

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Top 57 Web Comics: Day 3

57 varieties of web comics you should be reading Today we get into the 20s, which is all about relationships; relationships between boys and girls, girls and girls, fantasy and reality, and even relationships between a beaver and a lizard. But before the list, I promised I would talk briefly about all those webcomic voting sites. I have nothing against voting sites, they are a great way to find new comics you may never have seen before, but they are in no way reflective of the popularity of a particular strip. This is because the voting systems are easy fooled,…

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Top 57 Web Comics: Day 2

57 varieties of web comics you should be reading Day two of the 57 web comics you should be reading continues, with #40-31. Ah, the dreaded 30s. I hated those levels in World of Warcraft as I struggled to move up in the ranks. Before we get to the list for today, I did receive an e-mail from Chris at Reasonably Clever, who asks, “Are most of your daily reads, comics that have been passed around by word-of-mouth or do you have a particular site you’ll check for new/interesting releases in the webcomic world?” Glad you asked Chris, my Top…

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Top 57 Web Comics: Day 1

57 varieties of web comics you should be reading When I created the Major Spoilers Best of 2006 list, I placed Web Comics at number nine. There are just so many creators out there doing some great (and not so great) work. I also mentioned in the article (you really should read it), that I have over 50 web comics I visit every day. So why not count them down? Over the next five days, I’ll bring you my top 57 web comics out there and by this time next week, you’ll either have a lot of reading to do,…

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Best of 2006

While I have no problem writing Best Of and Top Ten lists, this is my first year coming up with a Best Of list for comics, and it has been a real challenge. First there is the whole “thousands of titles out there” deal, then there is the fact that these kinds of lists are a touchy subject to write. What may be on my Best Of list, is on the @$$ List for someone else. Regardless, it’s time to look back over the year and see what was tops when it came to comics.

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Viper Comics Picks Up Five New Webcomics

Viper has announced the five “winners” selected from all those submitted to Viper’s first webcomic search. The fab five will join You’ll Have That and the Horrible Pirates on the publisher’s website. Find out who the winners are after the jump.

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Famous Last Words

I got a huge kick out of Scott Johnson’s My Extra Life strip today.  He’s been doing a series on Famous Last Words – those things that were proably the last thing said by a moron before getting what s/he deserves.  The reason why I like Scott’s strip today is because I suggested it (GRIN). We’ll have the transcript to an interview I did with Scott up real soon, so until then, keep visiting his site! via MyExtraLife.com (link)

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Viper Comics is Looking for a Brand New Webcomic

Viper Comics has announced they will now be accepting open submissions for a webcomic to join the company’s existing strips You’ll Have That and The Horrible Pirates.“Viper is always on the lookout for the newest talent in comics and hopefully this opportunity will allow us to showcase a great unknown to a world-wide audience,” said Viper President Jessie Garza. Creators will need to provide sample pages/strips of their webcomic (with finished art) and a full pitch regarding the characters and content. Only submissions from complete creative teams will be accepted. All submissions should be sent to info@vipercomics.com . The chosen…

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Paul Taylor Benifit Auction

I’m a huge fan of Wapsi Square by writer/artist Paul Taylor. I came across the online comic about three years ago, and have been hooked ever since. Great deep plot lines, interesting characters, and wonderful fun art. Recently Paul and his wife had a baby boy. That’s the good news. The bad news, he was born a month premature and has had several complications that require extended hospital stays. Extended stays mean high medical bills. To help out Blank Label Comics is announcing a fund raiser to help the Taylor family out. Several BLC members and friends are auctioning off…

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Pawn Not Gone

If you are familiar with the adult web comic Pawn, then you know the site has been down for some time, causing fans to wonder what is up with their favorite she-demon. The good news is the site is back, but slow. The bad news is Chapter 5 is still not done.

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Win Fat Batman!

Scott Johnson from myextralife.com has been drawing fat superheroes as a side project for a while.  Fans of his work have been super excited over his renditions of Daredevil, Wolverine, Batman, Wonder Woman, and more.  Now Scott has announced a new contest where you can win an autographed copy of Fat Batman.  Head over to his site for complete details. via myextralife.com (link)

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You’ll Have That
Real life means real fun for cartoonist

– By Stephen Schleicher You’ll Have That made its debut on the Viper Comics webpage in 2004. In that time, Wes Molebash’s semi-autobiographical webcomic has gathered a nice following. Recently I had a chance to talk with Wes about You’ll Have That, how it came about, and where it will go in the future. Yup, spoilers ahead!

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