2003 in webcomics
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Notable events of 2003 in webcomics.
- Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards, "Outstanding Comic" won by Justine Shaw's Nowhere Girl.
- Ignatz Awards, "Outstanding Online Comic" won by James Kochalka's American Elf.
- Justine Shaw's Nowhere Girl becomes the first webcomic to be nominated for an Eisner Award.
- January 1 — A Modest Destiny by Sean Howard
- January — Suburban Tribe by John Lee
- February 1 — Dinosaur Comics by Ryan North
- February 7 — A Softer World by Joey Comeau and Emily Horne
- February 10 — Least I Could Do by Ryan Sohmer and Lar DeSouza
- February — Idiot Box by Matt Bors
- March — Digger by Ursula Vernon
- April 6 — Girly by Josh Lesnick
- April 20 — No Rest for the Wicked by Andrea L. Peterson
- May — Wondermark by David Malki
- June 11 — Count Your Sheep by Adrian 'Adis' Ramos
- June 30 — Badmash by Sandeep Sood, Nimesh Patel, and Sanjay Shah
- June 30 — The Right Number by Scott McCloud
- July 13 — Zap! by Chris Layfield and Pascalle Lepas
- August 2 — Questionable Content by Jeph Jacques
- August 4 — Loxie & Zoot by Stephen Crowley
- September 30 —The Order of the Stick by Rich Burlew
- September — Smithson by Shaenon K. Garrity et al.
- October 22 — Twisted Kaiju Theater by Shin Goji
- Anima: Age of the Robots by Johnny Tay
- El Listo by Xavier Àgueda
- Hetalia: Axis Powers by Hidekaz Himaruya
- Inverloch by Sarah Ellerton
- Is This Tomorrow? by Kelly Shane and Woody Compton
- Li'l Mell and Sergio by Shaenon K. Garrity et al.
- Star Cross'd Destiny by Juno
- Unspeakable Vault (Of Doom) by François Launet
- Leisure Town by Tristan A. Farnon, 1997 – 2003
- Makeshift Miracle by Jim Zubkavich, September 10, 2001 – March 4, 2003
- Zombie and Mummy by Olia Lialina and Dragan Espenschied, 2001 – 2003
- Maragos, Nick (2005-11-07). "Will Strip for Games". 1UP. p. 4. Archived from the original on 2016-05-13.
- Atchison, Lee (2008-01-28). "The Third Age of Webcomics, Part Three". Sequential Tart.
- "2003 Winners and Nominees". Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards. Archived from the original on 2012-02-04.
- "2003 Ignatz Award Recipients". SPX. 2003-10-01.
- Price, Matthew (2003-04-18). "DC leads in nominations; Norman artist in race for award". The Daily Oklahoman. Missing or empty