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These people do some truly wonderful Webtoons. Check them out!

© 2001-2005 Brad J. Guigar


Blank Label Comics: These are the best comics on the Web.


Clan of the Cats by Jamie Robertson: The ongoing story of Chelsea Chattan, a witch, who after a three year absence, returns to her hometown only to find out that things are not always what they seem.


BoxJam's Doodle by BoxJam: Inventive, creative, bust-a-gut funny. It's never the same experience twice. This is one of my absolute favorite comics anywhere. Join the loyal legions of fans who love the Doodle.


Down To Earth by Gavin Chafin & Steve Wood: A comic strip set in Hell. If that ain't enough for ya, try this: The writing and the art is top notch. This strip is headed places, so here's your chance to say, "Oh, yeah, I was a fan of those guys back in the *early* days."


Chopping Block by Lee Adam Herold: You say you love Charles Addams and are nuts for Edward Gorey? You must go -- NOW -- to Chopping Block. The art is among the best on the Web (or anyplace else .... dammit, it's good stuff). The humor is DARK -- this is not for the faint-of-heart. Did I forget to mention it's also drop-dead funny?


You Damn Kid by Owen Dunne: Yes, it's funny. Yes, it's rendered beautifully. But -- at no extra cost to you -- Owen writes the kind of stuff that makes you remember your own childhood. You'll find yourself reflecting back on those years and wondering why they turned Owen into a sensitive humorous writer while you, yourself, just turned out a hack. ...or maybe that's just me.


Man-Man Comics by James Duncan and Matt Shepherd: This is a great super-hero parody strip featuring Man-Man, a peron who was bitten by a radioactive man, giving him the proportionate strength, speed and agility of a man.


Todd and Penguin by David Wright: Yet another AltBrand Webcomics Telethon alumnus. He went above and beyond and pitched in with a comic strip for every day of the Telethon, helping provide a thread theoughout the event. He does an engaging and charming comic that you are sure to get a kick out of.


Gluemeat by Case Yorke: Hey! Remember "Aren't We Real" by Case Yorke? It was a favorite Keenspace comic for many before its sad departure. Well, Case Yorke, the man who brought you AWR is back -- and better than ever with his new project titled "Gluemeat." Welcome back, Case! :)