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DAR Webcomic Ends Today
The very last update of "DAR: A Super Girly Top Secret Diary Comic" by Erika Moen arrives today after six years online. As Erika explained in her recent announcement of the strip's end:
My very first DAR! strip was drawn in October 2003 and then made it online sometime not too …
Commissioner James Gordon One of Country’s Cutest Dogs
Competitions have been unkind to Batman fandom every since, in 1988, a call-in poll sent Jason Todd to that big waiting room in the sky for about 15 years. But this past Thanksgiving another cruel blow was dealt when Commissioner James Gordon was not named America's Cutest Dog...
Webcomic: Entering Web Design Hell
I'm not a web designer, but like many people, I've been involved in projects at various jobs that slowly progressed from what seemed like rapport and a set of promising ideas to a hideous, shrieking monstrosity that should have been thrown into the nearest incinerator...
The 5 Circles of Baffling Webcomic Hell
There are a lot of webcomics on the internet, and so naturally there are some very, very bad webcomics on the internet. If you enjoy the sick circus of the web and want to stare deeper into its maw, Cracked.com has selected the very worst of the worst and divided them into 5 distinct circles of webc…
Spidey on an Infinite Canvas
The concept of the "infinite canvas" has always been fascinating, if rarely used by most webcomics creators -- with a few major exceptions like Scott McCloud and demian5 -- but it is used to excellent effect in this French comic where Spidey crawls down a building as you scroll...
Webcomic of the Week: Speed Beer

It's a little unfair for Questionable Content to tease us with this storyline in the middle of April, but as someone who survived the 2008 Snowpocalypse of Portland by building an enormous snow ramp from my front porch to the street and launching myself out my door on a big plastic disc, I can testi…