Lackadaisy

Lackadaisy by Tracy J. Butler has only just started, but could turn out to be a good’un. The sepia-toned art has a nice combination of anthropomorphic cat characters and a 1920s retro setting. The artist can definitely draw backgrounds and isn’t afraid to post large, complex pages on the web. He also uses his documentation …

Sequential Art, a comic

Sequential Art has a rather slapdash cast (Why catgirls? The artist likes them, I guess) and a rather awkward web interface, but it is funny as hell. If you like gags about the heatwave, platypuses and, I suppose, catgirls, check out the 150 comics already published.

Dresden Codak

If you think Scary Go Round is a bit too staid and predictable, you need to read Dresden Codak which rocks very hard and is made of mad science. Bug Powder on the other hand, is giving away live dinosaurs and killer robots to its visitors, because that’s the only way they can improve on …

Orem ain’t got no head cheese

Wow. Dismemberment, cannibalism, psychosis, hillbilly cousin-cest, monsters made of malignant brain tumours and entrails… all in wonderfully gnarly black and white with perfect pacing and composition. Warren horror comics really rocked the hizbah like the hizbah hasn’t been rocked since. And some people say webcomics get a bit too raucous?

Adultwebcomics.com

Now that the Modern Tales relaunch is off the ground, there’s finally some movement on the Adultwebcomics front. AdultWebcomics.com is seeking submissions of one-panel cartoon gags, ongoing comic strips, graphic novels, and short stories in sequential art form, in the genres of sexual humor and/or erotica. AdultWebcomics is the newest project from some of the …