Some kinds of comedy works with sparkling lines, precisely timed with flawless delivery. The laughter is a direct result of how unexpected the lines are, and how well the whole bit comes together. Othe
After Zuda Comics announced at the end of April that they were closing down competitions after nearly two and a half years, the future looked uncertain for the DC Comics webcomic imprint, and when DC announced digital comics distribution on the iPad, iPhone and PSN last week -- including Zuda content like "High Moon" -- it raised even more questions about the imprint's future. Today, DC annou
The much ballyhooed announcement of the Apple tablet finally arrived this Wednesday, along with the slightly unfortunate name "iPad" and details on what will essentially be a giant iPhone, but with no phone. There's been a lot of speculation about what this will mean for the digital distribut
If you don't know what "xkcd" is, then welcome to the internet; you must be new. The spectacularly popular strip about "romance, sarcasm, math and language, quite simply dominates the world of webcomics, scoring up to 70 million page views in a month.
The stick figure strip just released its firs
With space for comic strips shrinking in newspapers and a slew of webcomics winning huge audiences, the funny pages on paper have been feeling stale for a while. After all, why bother to go through the difficult process of getting accepted by a syndicate -- one that rejected numerous creators that went on to webcomics megasuccess, like Tatsuya Ishida of "Sinfest" -- when you could in
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
In the expansive world of webcomics, it's easy for traditional comic readers (i.e. the folks who still pay to read printed copies) to get lost in all the clip art, stick figures and video game references