George W. Bush’s Iraq war began in March of 2003, and this comic was published some time in April. Remember, this was long before Obama, long before all the hope and change stuff. Long before political quotes were pasted on a stoic image of Thomas Jefferson and passed around on Facebook as indictment of the […]
According to the internet wayback machine, this horizontal scroller was made sometime in 2004. There are many in-jokes and references to mid 2000’s webcomics in here. At the time, web-publishing meant that you could instantly comment on trends and work. Although the idea is ubiquitous now, it was a fairly new idea at the time. So the […]
One of this site’s incarnations was as a group blog focused on webcomics. Hypercomic practitioners and pioneers banded together to highlight some great experiments. While we work on rebuiding this site, you can find the old hypercomics here.
Neal’s 2005 collaboration with Alexander Danner, “Five Ways to Love a Cockroach” has found a new home. It was one of a handful of comics built with Markus Müller’s Infinite Canvas application and made a decent splash at the time of it’s release, including winning the 2006 WCCA award for best use of Infinite Canvas. It was also featured in MoCCA’s “Infinite […]