There are tons of webcomics out there that would make great animated series, and animator Matt Bixler gives us a taste of what those cartoons would look like.
While some webcomics deliver a quick joke or the latest installment in a long-form story, many comics floating around the Internet have something to teach us about the world. Here are some of our favorite comics that delve into science, history, philosophy, and more.
The latest installment of Kate Beaton's Hark! A Vagrant stars the Black Canary, who finds herself in an unexpected place—a music venue.
Giving graphic novels as gifts to non-comics readers can be hard — after all, there are only so many copies of Watchmen one can give before they stop being books and start becoming the construction materials for an Alan Moore-themed play fort.
Whole bunch of crazy in the week's comics. A Superman without a girlfriend, the man who wrote The Dark Knight Returns is back to fight the War on Terror, and Jack Kirby's post-apocalyptic manimal series gets ready for your bookshelf. Wackiness abounds.
If you've spent any time perusing webcomics, chances are you've encountered cartoonist Kate Beaton's historically inclined series Hark! A Vagrant.
The webcomics world has gifted us with a bevy of science-themed t-shirts, including this glow-in-the-dark proof that science is awesome. Also, the world's most romantic shirt about radiation poisoning, and the real reasons mammals survived when the dinosaurs went extinct.