User:Greg Williams

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WikiWorld, a weekly comic published by The Wikipedia Signpost from December 2006 to March 2008, featured text excerpted from articles in the Wikipedia archives. Cartoonist Greg Williams developed the project in cooperation with the Wikimedia Foundation and released the comics under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license for use on Wikipedia and elsewhere.


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Complete WikiWorld archive[edit]

Week 1: Redshirt; 11 Dec 2006

Week 2: Dr. Seuss; 18 Dec 2006

Week 3: Molasses; 26 Dec 2006

Week 4: Thagomizer; 2 Jan 2007

Week 5: Facial Hair; 8 Jan 2007

Week 6: Apples and Oranges; 15 Jan 2007

Week 7: Truthiness; 22 Jan 2007

Week 8: Hyperthymesia; 29 Jan 2007

Week 9: Clabbers; 5 Feb 2007

Week 10: Extreme Ironing; 12 Feb 2007

Week 11: Tony Clifton; 19 Feb 2007

Week 12: Pet Skunk; 26 Feb 2007

Week 13: The Rutles; 5 March 2007

Week 14: Cartoon Physics; 12 March 2007

Week 15: Wilhelm Scream; 20 March 2007

Week 16: Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.; 26 March 2007

Week 17: Charles Lane; 2 April 2007

Week 18: Fake Shemp; 9 April 2007

Week 19: Hodag; 16 April 2007

Week 20: Buttered Cat Paradox; 23 April 2007

Week 21: Calvin and Hobbes; 30 April 2007

Week 22: Friday the 13th; 7 May 2007

Week 23: Ubbi Dubbi; 14 May 2007

Week 24: Disruptive Technology; 21 May 2007

Week 25: Five-Second Rule; 28 May 2007

Week 26: John Hodgman; 4 June 2007

Week 27: Why did Mike the Headless Chicken cross the road?; 11 June 2007

Week 28: They Might Be Giants; 18 June 2007

Week 29: The Cashew; 2 July 2007

Week 30: Ann Coulter; 9 July 2007

Week 31: World Domination; 23 July 2007

Week 32: Mr. Bean; 30 July 2007

Week 33: Terry Gross; 6 August 2007

Week 34: 2000s; 13 August 2007

Week 35: Tomcat & Bobcat; 20 August 2007

Week 36: Helicopter Parent; 27 August 2007

Week 37: George P. Burdell; 3 September 2007

Week 38: Godwin's Law; 10 September 2007

Week 39: Sarah Vowell; 17 September 2007

Week 40: Ambigram; 24 September 2007

Week 41: W; 8 October 2007

Week 42: Suramimi Kashi; 15 October 2007

Week 43: George Stroumboulopoulos; 22 October 2007

Week 44: Human Billboard; 29 October 2007

Week 45: Fall Out Boy; 5 November 2007

Week 46: Exploding Whale; 12 November 2007

Week 47: Raining Animals; 19 November 2007

Week 48: Cursive; 26 November 2007

Week 49: Wordplay; 3 December 2007

Week 50: Kilroy was here; 10 December 2007

Week 51: Tractor Beam; 17 December 2007

Week 52: John Lasseter; 2 January 2008

Week 53: Goregrind; 7 January 2008

Week 54: The Nocebo Effect; 14 January 2008

Week 55: Thinking about the immortality of the crab; 18 February 2008

Week 56: Hammerspace;31 March 2008


Other illustrations[edit]

Blogjam and Twips[edit]

Image from Blogjam comic

WikiWorld cartoonist Greg Williams, who works as a cartoonist and designer for The Tampa Tribune in Tampa, Florida, also produced the interactive comic Blogjam, based on text contributions from readers, bloggers, authors and performers. He currently produces a Twitter-based comic called Twips.