Comics and comic related links
College Roomies from HELL!!! is a great strip by Maritza Campos Rebolledo. She beams it to us straight from Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. I suppose they really grow kids with blue tentacle arms there? Read it to find out more!
Elf Life by Carson Fire is a well-drawn, and clever strip about elves, faeries, trolls, and other mystical miscellania. If you like fantasy, you'll love this comic.
Freefall by Mark Stanley is a fun comic about an amoral, carefree starship captain, his mindless robot, and the carniverous engineer that keeps them both alive and well. This comic is especially notable because it's drawn entirely on computer with a digitizer tablet!
GOATS by Jon Rosenberg tells the story of two weird men living in New York with their pet goat and chicken, their bar, their women, and all the other adventures that ensue therein. A must-read. HOSERS Choice.
General Protection Fault is a kewl comic by Jeff Darlington. Follow the strange adventures of a group of geeks and a sentient slime mold as they fight evil, win hearts, and hack computers.
KU-2 is a great comic by Logan DeAngelis, based on the mishing of modern, sci-fi, and Hawaiian mythology. Very interesting, great artwork, and a fun concept.
Megatokyo by Largo and Piro is a strip about two guys who get themselves stuck in Tokyo, and the insanity that ensues. This is a manga-style strip with plenty of manga and gaming references. Beautiful artwork, to boot. HOSERS Choice.
Red Meat is a web- and print-published comic by Max Cannon that is, quite simply, the epitome of sick and twisted with perhaps some of the higest-quality clipart comic art around. HOSERS Choice.
Rogues by Reinder Dijkhuis is a fantasy story about witches and warriors and their every-day lives. Reinder also uses an intriguing style of storytelling uniquely suited to the web.
Shadowfall by Kaichi Satake is a futuristic sci-fi tale of a martial arts warrior, his life, and his work. Peruse Kyoki Press for other works by this artist as well, both image and prose.
It's Walky by David Harris is a twisted tale of alien warfare. A top-secret governement organization strives to bring peace to the nation and protect the world from alien invaders.
The Coporation is a great (ghost) site that brings comedy right to your computer screen. Join HOSERS as it aids The Corporation in its fight against Kitty Porn.
This is the program that Aric uses to do most of the graphics post-processing on HOSERS comic strips, including color, line correction, and so forth. All of the HOSERS-related images, icons and buttons are all GIMP-generated.
OnlineComics.net is a fun site where you can see become introduced to new comics through a no-bullshit, easy-to-use interface. An online comics search engine and directory, they call themselves.
View Askew is Kevin Smith's production company, responsible for the great works Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Check it out now for some very interesting and fun stuff.
The Online Comics Day event, the event formerly known as Webcomics Awareness Day, is the new, permanent home of the project. If you are a cartoonist, go there and sign up. If you are a reader, stay tuned for one of the coolest events on the web!
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