- For the computer programming mechanism, see Serialization
serializer.net was an online artist collective featuring many free and subscription-based alternative webcomics. It was launched in October 2002 by Publisher Joey Manley, Editor Tom Hart, and approximately 20 professional cartoonists. After being offline due to a server crash in April, 2005, Serializer relaunched in October, 2006 under the editorship of Eric Millikin.
The Sunday Times described it as the "high-art" off-shoot of Modern Tales. The Sydney Morning Herald considered the comics on the site to be the avant-garde of webcomics. Publishers Weekly described Serializer's comics as "critical darlings" and "art comics favorites."
After a decade of publishing art comics on the web, Serializer ended in 2012, saying "Thank you to all the editors, creators, subscribers, and free readers who made serializer.net such a fantastic experiment over the years. Our time has come and gone, but we carry on ... elsewhere!"
- A Dog and His Elephant (2002–2003) by Ethan Persoff
- Achewood Sunday Edition by Chris Onstad
- The Amazing Cynicalman by Matt Feazell
- Barefootz by Howard Cruse
- Bean by Phil McAndrew and Stuv
- Billy Dogma: The Devil's MuuMuu (2002–2003) by Dean Haspiel
- Cloud Factory by Neil Babra
- Dakin Weekly Online by Glenn Dakin
- Dwarf Attack by Greg Stump
- Fetus-X by Eric Millikin
- Flawed Adventures by Amanda Crichton
- Hails at Sea by Walt Holcombe
- Half Empty by Derek Kirk Kim
- Lionel's Lament (2003–2004) by Dean Haspiel and Josh Neufeld
- Little Laurie Sprinkles by Lauren Weinstein
- The Magic Whistle by Sam Henderson
- Mjau Mjau Archives by Jason (comics)
- New Hat by Tom Hart
- Pup by Drew Weing
- Red Eye, Black Eye (2002–2005) by K. Thor Jensen
- Smell of Steve by Brian Sendelbach
- Square Fiction by demian5
- The Nile Journals by Daniel Merlin Goodbrey
- True Loves by Jason Turner & Manien Bothma
- Unlikely by Jeffrey Brown
- Yeah, It Is! by Leslie Stein
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- Sharwood, Simon. (August 30, 2003) The rebirth of comics: Comics online. Sydney Morning Herald(Australia), Pg. 5.
- MacDonald, Heidi. "Webcomics: Page Clickers to Page Turners". Publisher's Weekly.
- "Serializer.net 2002-2012". Serializer.
- Wood, Mariko (March 2003). "Download: Good Comics and Baud Web Comics". The Comics Journal, No. 251, p. 38.
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