By The Fingernails

Webcomic Review: By The Fingernails

I don’t have children, and frankly, based on their depiction in many webcomics, I am not sure I want them. As such, any webcomic that chronicles a stay-at-home dad and his family oriented (mis) adventures that can consistently illicit true out loud laughing is worth noting. By The Fingernails is one such webcomic. Perhaps the […]

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The Infected Webcomic

Webcomic Review: The Infected Webcomic

I stumbled onto The Infected Webcomic by way of recommendation from a friend. I was immediately hooked by the interesting artwork, and decided to peer a little closer. Ultimately, I think this webcomic has potential, and with practice and refinement, is sure to win over legions of fans. Clearly, the unique artistic style is the […]

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Silk & Honey

Webcomic Review: Silk & Honey

At the suggestion of one Gary Cohen, I decided to check out Silk & Honey. When I landed on the page, and realized this would be a Western style webcomic, I almost ran away; that’s just not generally my thing. However, I stuck with it, and I am sure glad I did. The comic combines […]

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LeyLines Comic

Webcomic Review: Leylines Comic

I suppose it is somewhat fitting that after missing out on updating for a month due to work and traveling, that the review would be that of the most recent vote-for-review winner, Leylines Comic. As luck would have it, this is a webcomic I have been aware of for some time now, and had even started […]

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Company Man Comic

Creator Spotlight Series: Frank Jordan

I have long been a fan, so I am thrilled to spotlight Frank Jordan! Company Man Comic is a little slice of life, gag a day, political, and pop culture based comic strip. It follows the lives of a group of friends as they navigate the waters of celebrity and absurdity. Their adventures are often […]

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Vote for review #3!

It’s that time again; vote for your favorite webcomic to be reviewed!

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Christopher Comic

Webcomic Review: Christopher Comic

Interestingly enough, the second winner of the vote for review poll is another young father chronicling his new parenting journey through a webcomic. Not unlike Lunarbaboon, Christopher Comic mixes in observational humor, hilarious parenting scenarios, and random tomfoolery for an interesting mix of both humor and ‘feel good’ moments. Now, with a comic like this, it’s important to know […]

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Webcomic Review: Lunarbaboon

You may remember that recently I tried something new, and put up a poll to decide who I would review next. The winning webcomic was Lunarbaboon, a comic I was not so familiar with before, but one I am glad the community decided I should check out. The comic is clearly autobiographical, and currently follows […]

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Help decide who’s next in the queue!

Another group of worthy webcomics. Help decide who gets the spotlight next!

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Jon Esparza

Creator Spotlight Series: Jon Esparza

Hurray! A Jon Esparza original all to myself! Synopsis Mike and Mindy is the tale of two kids with nothing better to do than cause and get into trouble!  It’s cartoon mayhem in the tradition of MAD Magazine and The Far Side. Q: What prompted you to start a web comic? A: Two rejections from MAD Magazine and the harsh realization that there […]

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