We start and end this week's webcomics list with fairies, who bookend two newbie superheroes and a small lizard that kicks Scottish tail!
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This week in webcomics, it's all about education! We're learning about social media, birth control, webcomic marketing and, er... hippie buffalo spirit guides.
5. Connie to the Wonnie: Yelling on Twitter!
Connie Sun has been running her daily comic diary for a couple years now, but thanks to Tom Spurgeon, she's only recently come to some realizations about social media. It's not so much her own revelation that's worth noting here, but rather the idea that not everyone sees social media in the same way, and it's worth pointing out that other people use the media differently. Stepping outside your own worldview, even with regards to how to use social media, is worth sharing. Read More...
We open and close this week with some deaths, but they're both treated VERY differently. We've also got a debut, a familial fight, and a pair of webcomics by some old school comic book artists! Also, Steve Perry! (Wait, isn't that seven webcomics?)
We start and end this week's list with some extreme reactions. In between are some quieter, but no less significant, moments.
While we were able to keep to a single theme last week, this week's Top 5 Webcomics are a bit all over the place! We've got new stories, potty humor, real life burglaries and more!
It's anniversary week apparently, as several webcomics hit some notable publishing milestones over the past seven days! Here's who's celebrating...
Despite seemingly everyone in the comics industry being at San Diego Comic-Con this past week, webcomics were still getting published and still catching people's eyes! Here's what you missed while you were trying to keep up with Comic-Con news!
There are a number of reasons why a webcomic might make the Top 5 in any given week. This week, we've got quite the mix of reasons, ranging from homages to inventions to death to a new comic's debut! So let's get right to it!
While it was tempting to pull out five fireworks-related strips this week, there's plenty of other interesting and eye-catching things that happened in the webcomicsphere this past week!
We launched this column last week, hitting several well-known webcomic titles. This week, we're pulling in some of the lesser-known webcomickers as well as some saying hello again to some not-quite-forgotton friends!
This week's new releases include the final volume of the beautiful and haunting "Children of the Sea" and, in complete contrast, a new omnibus volume of the shoujo-est shoujo manga ever, "Kitchen Princess." Plus: A peek at the new Steve Jobs manga (in Japanese) and a look at why scanlations are disappearing in China.
Let's kick it off with Kickstarter:
BuzzFeed ran a rather nice piece this week covering 42 webcomics that you need to read. Now, they did a good job overall, but we think they missed a few.
So here’s our list of need-to-read webcomics...