NetBoy

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NetBoy
Author(s) Stafford Huyler
Website http://www.netboy.com/
Launch date May 1994

NetBoy is a webcomic created by Stafford Huyler.[1] Publishing began in May, 1994.[2] Drawn as a stick figure,[3] the comic character NetBoy is an Internet innocent with his greatest joy in life being "fast .GIFs,".[4]

The webcomic was described in October, 1994 as "Comics for the hardcore geek".[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Silverman, Dwight (August 24, 1994). "Cybertoons: Comic artists find an instant audience on the Internet". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. p. 5C. 
  2. ^ "Byting the Hand He Ain't Got No Body, but Stafford Huyler's Nettled Netboy Is the Satirical Scourge of the Internet". People Magazine 43 (10). March 13, 1995. Retrieved 28 June 2010. "Stafford Huyler, 24, NetBoy was launched on the Internet last May" 
  3. ^ "Internet shows a sense of humor". The Milwaukee Journal. New York Times: D2. January 17, 1995. Retrieved 28 June 2010. "Netboy, the leading cartoon denizen of the Internet ... daily on computer screens for a little more than six months ... also ... "Aaron A. Aardvark," "Dr. Fun," "The Afterlife of Bob" and "Where the Buffalo Roam,"" 
  4. ^ Silverman, Dwight. (1994). Internet's playing their 'toons". Houston Chronicle.
  5. ^ Wired Magazine. (October, 1994). The (Second Phase of the) Revolution Has Begun. Wired Magazine.

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