webcomics


WEBTOON Partners with Crunchyroll to Develop Animation Series

WEBTOON Partners with Crunchyroll to Develop Anime Series

WEBTOON, the world’s leading digital comics publisher, announced a partnership with Crunchyroll, the world’s most popular anime streaming service. The strategic partnership will see the development and co-production of new animated content. Crunchyroll and WEBTOON will also collaborate on the distribution, licensing, and retail of each new series. Korea-owned WEBTOON is currently the most read […]

“Let’s Play” : WEBTOON Debuts Anime Adaptation of Their Popular Webcomic Serial

“Let’s Play”: Popular WEBTOON Webcomic Adapted as Anime Short [TRAILER]

Let’s Play, the popular webcomic serial on WEBTOON has been adapted into an anime short this week. WEBTOON is the most-read comics publisher in the world here. They’re the most-read digital publisher in the world, and they want to be much more. They want to be a multimedia empire and are slowly working away at that. One of […]

WEBTOON Releases New TV Spot "Find Yours" During “Fear the Walking Dead” and “NOS4A2”

WEBTOON Urges Comics Readers, Creators to “Find Yours” in New TV Promo [VIDEO]

WEBTOON is a digital comics platform and app, arguably the most successful comics publisher in the world. The Korean-owned company publishes comics with phones, tablets, and other on-the-go devices in mind with its “scrolling down” reading format. This year, platform celebrates their 5th anniversary with 100 billion views annually worldwide. The app averages more than 55 […]


Lion Forge to Print Ariel Slamet Ries’s Witchy Webcomic this September

Lion Forge has announced plans to collect Witchy, the Ignatz-nominated ongoing webcomic by Ariel Slamet Ries, at C2E2 today. The comic releases new episodes every Tuesday and Friday, but now you can read a version that trees died to produce and that you have to pay for, as comics were meant to be. The press […]

Image to Collect Ophiuchus Webcomic in August

A lot of people think that comic book publishers should be trying to break into the webcomics market, where there are exponentially more readers available who could be converted into paying customers. Image must have misheard those people, because instead of bringing the world of print comics to the web, they’re bringing webcomics to print! […]



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Could Instagram Be A New Place For Comics Storytelling?

Popular image sharing app Instagram introduced Carousel back in February, a new addition allowing users to add up to 10 images or videos in a single post. Which, naturally, brings the idea of the posts being able to tell a narrative story as pics could be connected by theme of start to finish of an […]




Vanguard – British Superheroes to Save the Day!

By Joe Glass Dan Butcher, creator and artist of UK webcomic series Vanguard, has put together a collected edition of his British superheroes series. Set in the near future, Vanguard features a small team of genetically-engineered super-humans who are employed by the British government at home and abroad to protect the nation’s interests. Set mainly […]

Post NYCC – Prism Comics Presents: Autobio In Queer Comics

By Joe Glass I have to start this piece with an apology: when I sat in on this panel, I found myself suffering complete technical failure. It seems in Room 1A01 it is a complete deadzone for the internet. Whilst the shocking uselessness of the complimentary WiFi provided by ‘LexCorp’ was a common topic of […]

Webcomic Spotlight: Skin Deep And The Hidden World Of Kory Bing’s Beloved Monsters

By Jason Karlson “All over folklore and mythology you find dragons, sea serpents and ghosts. Nessie, Mermaids, bigfoot, The chupacabra. Did you think people just made those up for fun?” Shy college freshman Michelle Jocasta is away from home and out on her own for the first time. Quickly becoming fast friends with some unusual […]

Webcomic Spotlight – Inhibit By Eve G. And Song Of The Outcasts By Van Weasel

By Jason Karlson Once again we have two more fantastic, recently launched webcomics to discuss. Inhibit by Eve G Picture the brochure for Charles Xavier’s safe haven for mutants. You might be fearing for your life, but look what’s on offer. Holographic training rooms, alien technology, a blackbird jet under the basketball court and, of […]


Home, Home On The Zombie Ranch: Husband-Wife Team Clint & Dawn Wolf Talk Shop

By Michele Brittany, West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent Walking around Artists Alley, it is unusual to come across husband and wife creative teams that are able to blend their creative talents into a cohesive project. I met Clint and Dawn Wolf in early 2011 at the last Wizard World Anaheim show and chatted with them […]

Funny Webcomics Unite For A Historic Collection

Richard Hoveran writes, Start Here is an anthology of the first strip/episode from funny webcomics. It’s on Kickstarter right now and if this project reaches its goal it will become a historic collection having brought together over 30 hilarious webcomics in a printed form for the first time; including the popular favorites like StupidFox, Pon […]