List of webcomics in print

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Though webcomics are typically published primarily on the World Wide Web, some webcartoonists may get publishing deals in which comic books are created of their work. Sometimes, these books are published by mainstream comics publishers who are traditionally aimed at the direct market of regional comic books.[1] Some webcartoonists may pursue print syndication in established newspapers or magazines. In other cases, webcomic creators decide to self-publish their work. Crowdfunding through Kickstarter is often used in order to fund such projects.

Publication of webcomics[edit]

Though mainstream comic book publishers have typically been wary of licensing webcomics and adapting them into a print format, the rise of webcomics in the 2000s coincided with an American boom in graphic novels. Anna Baddeley, writing for The Guardian, stated that the established fanbase many webcomics have could give publishers a chance to attract new audiences to the print format, making webcomics an attractive focus for publishers.[2] The traditional audience base for webcomics and print comics are vastly different, and webcomic readers do not necessarily go to bookstores. For some webcartoonists, a print release may be considered the "goal" of a webcomic series, while for others, comic books are "just another way to get the content out."[3]

Caitlin Rosberg, writing for Paste Magazine, noted that "digital-first" comics, as found on platforms such as ComiXology, Marvel Unlimited and DC Comics' Digital First, share more aspects with printed comics than with webcomics. With the exception of two-page spreads and the occasional large-panel layout, the formatting of such digital comics are indistinguishable from their print counterparts. "Digital-first" comics can almost seamlessly transition from screen to print, as they are designed with this leap in platform in mind. Rosberg claimed that such comics are not webcomics, as webcomics are designed for consumption only on the World Wide Web, often using infinite canvas techniques or uncommon page formats.[4] Similarly, Lauren Davis wrote for Comics Alliance that "webcomics are not print comics that happen to appear on the web. They're a distinct animal, offer a distinct reading experience, and should be evaluated accordingly."[5]

Webcomics have been seen by some artists as a potential new path towards syndication in newspapers, but attempts have rarely proven lucrative. According to Jeph Jacques (Questionable Content), "there's no real money" in syndication for webcomic artists.[6] For instance Jeffrey Rowland uploaded his webcomics to the internet in order to gain constructive criticism after being rejected from various syndicates in 1999, but eventually found that he didn't need to get his work syndicated when he started selling merchandise of his webcomic Wigu. To The Boston Globe, Rowland said that "if a syndicate came to me and offered me a hundred newspapers, I would probably say no ... I'd probably make less money, with more work." When Diesel Sweeties found syndication by United Media in 2007, its creator Richard Stevens still made 80% of his income through his website. Other webcomic creators, such as R. K. Milholland (Something Positive) and Michael Terracciano (Dominic Deegan), wouldn't be able to syndicate their work in newspaper because they fill up a specific niche and wouldn't be accepted by a broader audience.[6] Some webcartoonists have proven more successful with newspaper syndication since: in 2015, Dana Simpson syndicated her webcomic Phoebe and Her Unicorn through Universal Uclick to over 100 newspapers.[7]

Many authors opt to self-publish their webcomic in print. In order to do so, many comic artists may use the crowdfunding service Kickstarter, which successfully funded 994 comic and graphic novel projects in 2015.[8]

Published webcomics[edit]

In 1996, David Allen launched Plan Nine Publishing, a small press American publisher focused on printing webcomics. The first webcomic Plan Nine published was Bill Holbrook's Kevin and Kell.[9] Plan Nine published over 70 titles, printing late 1990s and early 2000s webcomics such as Sluggy Freelance, Ozy and Millie, Greystone Inn, and College Roomies from Hell!!!.[10] Since 1997, various webcomic creators worldwide have made book deals with larger publishing companies, resulting in their webcomics being adapted into comic books and distributed to retailers.

Webcomic Publication title Creator(s) Publisher(s) Initial publication Issues Issues total Ref(s).
Acception Coco “Colourbee” Ouwerkerk Syndikaat 2016 2 [11]
Achewood Chris Onstad Dark Horse Comics 2008 3 [12]
The Adventures of Dr. McNinja Christopher Hastings TopatoCo 2007 3 6 [13]
Dark Horse Comics 2011 3
Always Human Ari North Simon & Schuster 2020 1 [14]
American Elf James Kochalka Top Shelf Productions 2004 4 [15]
Ant Comic Ant Colony Michael DeForge Drawn & Quarterly 2014 1 [16]
As the Crow Flies Melanie Gillman Iron Circus Comics 2017 1 [17]
Aoi House Adam Arnold Seven Seas Entertainment 2006 4 [18][19]
Ava's Demon Michelle Czajkowski Fus Skybound Entertainment 2020 1 [20]
Axe Cop Malachai and Ethan Nicolle Dark Horse Comics 2011 6 [21]
Bad Machinery John Allison Oni Press 2013 8 [22]
Battlepug Mike Norton / Allen Passalaqua / Chris Crank Dark Horse Comics 2012 5 [23]
Bee Shutterbug Follies Jason Little Doubleday 2002 1 2 [24]
Motel Art Improvement Service Dark Horse Comics 2010 1 [25]
Blindsprings Kadi Fedoruk Hachette 2018 2 [26]
Bouletcorp Notes Boulet Delcourt 2008 10 [27][28]
Bucko Jeff Parker / Erika Moen Dark Horse Comics 2012 1 [29]
Buzzer Beater Takehiko Inoue Shueisha 1997 4 [30]
Check, Please! Ngozi Ukazu First Second Books 2018 2 [31]
Cheshire Crossing Andy Weir / Sarah Andersen Ten Speed Press 2019 1 [32]
Comical Psychosomatic Medicine Yū Yūki Young King 2010 15 [33]
copper Kazu Kibuishi GRAPHIX 2010 1 [34]
Cosmoknights Hannah Templer Top Shelf Productions 2019 1 [35]
Crocodile in Water, Tiger on Land Anonymous HarperCollins India 2015 [36][37][38][39]
Crossdressing Pandemic Mikuzu Shinagawa Kill Time Communication 2020 2 [40][41]
Crossplay Love: Otaku x Punk Tooru Mag Garden / Seven Seas Entertainment 2019 7 [42][43]
Cucumber Quest Gigi D.G. First Second Books 2017 4 [44][45]
Cyanide & Happiness Explosm It Books 2009 2 4 [46]
Boom! Studios 2014 2 [47]
Demon Jason Shiga First Second Books 2016 4 [48]
Diesel Sweeties Richard Stevens III Oni Press 2013 3 [49]
Digger Ursula Vernon Sofawolf Press 2005 6 [50]
Dinosaur Comics Ryan North TopatoCo 2010 3 [51]
Evert Kwok [nl] Eelke de Blouw and Tjarko Evenboer Syndikaat 2006 7
Excuse Me Dentist, It's Touching Me! Sho Yamazaki Shueisha 2020 4 [52][53]
Fangs Sarah Andersen Andrews McMeel Publishing 2020 1 [54]
Forming Jesse Moynihan Nobrow Press 2011 2 [55]
FreakAngels Warren Ellis / Paul Duffield Avatar Press 2008 6 [56]
Get Your War On David Rees Soft Skull Press 2002 2 3 [57]
Riverhead Books 2004 1
Gunnerkrigg Court Tom Siddell Archaia Entertainment 2008 7 [58]
Hark! A Vagrant Hark! A Vagrant /
Step Aside, Pops
Kate Beaton Drawn & Quarterly 2011 2 [59]
Henchgirl Kristen Gudsnuk Dark Horse Comics 2017 1 [60]
Hetalia: Axis Powers Hidekaz Himaruya Gentosha 2008 6 [61]
Homestuck Andrew Hussie TopatoCo 2011 3 6[a] [62]
Viz Media 2018 6 [63]
Hooky Míriam Bonastre Tur Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2021 1 [64]
How to Keep a Mummy Kakeru Utsugi Futabasha 2016 4 [65]
I Think I Turned My Childhood Friend into a Girl Azusa Banjo Ichijinsha / Seven Seas Entertainment 2020 3 [66][67]
I Was Kidnapped By Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space Megan Rose Gedris Platinum Comics 2007 6 [68]
Inverloch Sarah Ellerton Seven Seas Entertainment 2006 2 [69]
Josou o Yamerarenaku Naru Otokonoko no Hanashi Kobashiko Kadokawa Shoten 2021 1 [70]
I Cross-Dressed for the IRL Meetup Kurano Kodansha 2020 3 [71][72]
The Joy of Tech The Best of the Joy of Tech Liza Schmalcel / Bruce Evans O'Reilly Media 2003 1 [73]
Kill Six Billion Demons Tom Parkinson-Morgan Image Comics 2016 3 [74]
Leaving Richard's Valley Michael DeForge Drawn & Quarterly 2019 1 [75]
Ma vie est tout à fait fascinante Pénélope Bagieu Delcourt 2012 1 [76]
Marine Corps Yumi Anastasia Moreno and Takeshi Nogami [Wikidata] Kodansha 2012 7 [77]
Wendy Pini's Masque of the Red Death Masque of the Red Death Wendy Pini Go! Comi 2007 1 [78]
Megatokyo Fred Gallagher / Rodney Caston Studio Ironcat 2003 1 6[b] [79]
Dark Horse Comics 2004 3
CMX 2006 2
WildStorm 2010 1
Ménage à 3 Gisele Lagace / David Lumsdon Udon Entertainment 2018 10 [80]
Mob Psycho 100 One Shogakukan 2012 16 [81]
Mom's Cancer Brian Fies Abrams Books 2006 1 [82]
Mooncakes Suzanne Walker / Wendy Xu Lion Forge 2019 1 [83]
Moving Pictures Kathryn Immonen / Stuart Immonen Top Shelf Productions 2010 1 [84]
My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness Kabi Nagata East Press / Seven Seas Entertainment 2016 1 [85]
Nimona ND Stevenson HarperCollins 2015 2 [86]
Octopus Pie Meredith Gran Image Comics 2016 5 [87]
Oglaf Trudy Cooper / Doug Bayne TopatoCo 2011 2 [88]
Ojisan and Marshmallow Rekomaru Otoi Ichijinsha 2014 4 [89]
One-Punch Man One / Yusuke Murata Shueisha / Viz Media 2013 18 [90]
Owlturd Comix Emotions Explained with Buff Dudes Andrew Tsyaston Andrews McMeel Publishing 2018 1 [91]
Parade (with Fireworks) Mike Cavallaro Image Comics 2007 2 [92]
Penny Arcade Jerry Holkins / Mike Krahulik Dark Horse Comics 2006 5 9 [93][94]
Del Rey Books 2010 2
Oni Press 2012 2
The Perry Bible Fellowship The Trial of Colonel Sweeto and Other Stories Nicholas Gurewitch Dark Horse Comics 2007 2 [95]
Polar Víctor Santos Dark Horse Comics 2013 2 [96]
Princess Maison Aoi Ikebe Shogakukan 2015 2 [97]
Problem Sleuth Andrew Hussie TopatoCo 2010 5 [98]
PvP Scott Kurtz Dork Storm Press 2001 1 45[c] [99]
Image Comics 2003 45
Questionable Content Jeph Jacques TopatoCo 2010 6 [100]
The Red Hook Dean Haspiel Image Comics 2018 2 [101][102]
Red String Gina Biggs Dark Horse Comics 2002 3 [103]
Rice Boy Evan Dahm Iron Circus Comics 2018 1 [104]
Sabrina Online A Decade in Black & White / The Tail of Two Decades / Baby Steps/Homecoming & Skunks Day Out Eric Schwartz United Publications & Distribution Ltd 2012 4 [105]
Salamander Dream Hope Larson AdHouse Books 2005 1 [106]
Sarah's Scribbles Adulthood is a Myth / Big Mushy Happy Lump / Herding Cats Sarah Andersen Andrews McMeel Publishing 2016 3 [107]
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal Save Yourself, Mammal! / The Most Dangerous Game / Science: Ruining Everything Since 1543 Zach Weinersmith Breadpig 2011 3 [108]
Schlock Mercenary Howard Tayler Hypernode Press 2000 16 [109]
Senpai wa Otokonoko Pom Ichijinsha 2021 1 [110]
Serenity Rose Aaron Alexovich Slave Labor Graphics 2005 3 [111]
Sinfest Tatsuya Ishida Dark Horse Comics 2009 2 [112]
Sleepless Domain Mary Cagle Hachette 2018 1 [26]
Seven Seas Entertainment 2021 [113]
Smile Smile Raina Telgemeier GRAPHIX 2010 1 [114]
A Softer World Joey Comeau / Emily Horne TopatoCo 2009 4 5 [62]
Breadpig 2016 1 [115]
Space Boy Stephen McCranie Dark Horse Comics 2018 13
Spy × Family Tatsuya Endo Shueisha / Viz Media 2019 9 [116]
Strong Female Protagonist Brennan Lee Mulligan / Molly Ostertag Top Shelf Productions 2014 2 [117]
Sunstone Stjepan Šejić Image Comics 2014 6 [118]
Top Cow Productions
Templar, Arizona Spike Trotman Iron Circus Comics 2007 4 [119]
Tsuredure Children Toshiya Wakabayashi Kodansha 2012 12 [120]
Tu mourras moins bête Marion Montaigne Ankama 2011 2 4 [121]
Delcourt 2014 2
Uchi no Kaisha no Chiisai Senpai no Hanashi Saisō Takeshobo 2020 5 [122]
Up and Out Super Late Bloomer: My Early Days in Transition Julia Kaye Andrews McMeel Publishing 2018 1 [123]
User Friendly J. D. Frazer O'Reilly Media 1999 4 5 [124][125]
Manning Publications 2008 1
Van Von Hunter Mike Schwark / Ron Kaulfersch Tokyopop 2005 3 [126]
Witchy Ariel Slamet Ries Lion Forge Comics 2019 2 [127]
Woman World Aminder Dhaliwal Drawn & Quarterly 2018 1 [75]
The Wormworld Saga Daniel Lieske Lion Forge Comics 2018 4 [128]
Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku Fujita Ichijinsha / Kodansha USA 2014 11 [129][130]
xkcd xkcd: Volume 0 Randall Munroe Breadpig 2009 1 [131]
Yarichin Bitch Club Ogeretsu Tanaka Gentosha / Viz Media 2012 3 [132]

Webcomics syndicated in newspapers and magazines[edit]

Some webcomics have been regularly published in periodicals such as newspapers and magazines.

Webcomic Creator(s) Syndicate Publication(s) Size Ref(s).
A Softer World Joey Comeau / Emily Horne The Guardian "several newspapers" [133]
Aiura Chama Kadokawa Shoten 4-Koma Nano Ace / Monthly Shōnen Ace [134]
Big Fat Whale Brian McFadden Association of Alternative Newsmedia Cleveland Free Times / The Poenix [135][136]
Boy on a Stick and Slither Steven L. Cloud United Media The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / Esquire [137]
Comical Psychosomatic Medicine Yū Yūki Young King [33]
Diesel Sweeties Richard Stevens III United Media 20 newspapers [6]
Fetus-X Eric Millikin Metro Times / Lansing State Journal [135]
Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet Peter Zale Tribune Media Services The New York Times / New Straits Times 60 newspapers [138][139]
Idiot Box Matt Bors United Media Seven Days / Funny Times [135][140]
Phoebe and Her Unicorn Dana Simpson Universal Uclick 100+ newspapers [7]
Tsuredure Children Toshiya Wakabayashi Kodansha Weekly Shōnen Magazine [120]
Van Von Hunter Mike Schwark / Ron Kaulfersch Universal Press Syndicate Los Angeles Times, / The Denver Post / The Seattle Post-Intelligencer / The Detroit News / The Oregonian / The Vancouver Sun / Toronto Sun [141][142]

Collected works[edit]

From 2004 to 2011, graphic novel author and illustrator Kazu Kibuishi edited the comics anthology series Flight. Published by Image Comics and Ballantine Books, Flight featured short comics by various artists who had varying audiences online.[1] The third book in Ted Rall's Attitude series, subtitled "The New Subversive Online Cartoonists" (2006), features interviews with and strips of 21 different webcartoonists.[143]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Books 1 and 2 from Viz republish the TopatoCo run, therefore only the Viz total is counted here.
  2. ^ Book 1 was first printed through Studio Ironcat and later reprinted through Dark Horse; the total count counts these as one issue.
  3. ^ PvP was printed as a series of short comic book issues, which were then collected into larger books. This resulted in a higher issue count than other long-running webcomics.

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