Foreword by Dave Barry, contains the funniest cartoons of all time including The Far Side, Garfield, Peanuts, Chaos, Calvin & Hobbes and many more.
101 hilarious cartoons! Really depressing in these economic times. Especially if you are a word-processor with a BA in chemistry.
The 3-D Zone published 3D comics (you know, with those little cardboard red and green glasses). Featured artists include Big Daddy Roth, Mr. Monster and Robert William's Zombie 3D. Neat.
Advanced Micro Devices is running a contest. Answer 10 questions with at least 7 right and you will be in a random drawing to win a Lexmark laser printer, 1 of 10 Am486DX4-100 processors. While supplies last, every entrant will receive a chip extractor.
Anderson Comics is an online mail-order comics store featuring both new and rare, hard to find comics. They do list the lines that they carry, though.
Describes Berkeley's Animation Club, the oldest anime club in Northern California. Has a calendar of events. Showing some of the finest in Japanese Animation. Includes an online newspaper, online art gallery, and a tape library. Links to the world of anime on the Web.
Published cartoonist has cartoons available for publication in Christian adult and youth publications and books. A resource for editors, publishers, and art directors.
Many pages of thumbnailed scans of original cartoons, photographs, digitally altered photographs, and drawings which are for sale. Other services offered are Web page design, digital photo retouching, and digital photo enhancement.
Comic books which think they are cooler than you are. Okay, maybe the comics don't, but the Website author is pretty smug. Fun, though. They offer a line of comics and a few gift-type goodies.
Register in the CyberTraveler contest and you could win 1,000,000 AAdvantage Frequent Flyer Miles ! The drawing will be held on April 15, 1996. By registering you can participate in an Internet CyberAuction of 50 Business class round-trips from Los Angeles to Hong Kong and you'll be entitled to AAdvantage mileage offers when you travel Cathay Pacific that are NOT available to the general public.
Information about the University club, calendar of events, links to sources of anime merchandise, other clubs, and tape libraries.
Questions about comics? Comics 'n Stuff has a comprehensive listing of comic books, comic strips, cartoons and other sequential art on the Web, brought to you by Christian Cosas.
Computer cartoons and lots of other fun stuff. Items are released every week. Stop by and check us out.
Graphic humor by Doctor Fun! These cartoons by David Farley also are available from Usenet sites and elsewhere on the net. Check this address for the latest pictures.
Naughty underground comics from the 1930's, extremely bad exploitation films from all eras and ordering information for both.
Join one of the comic groups from rec, art, creative comics. Which includes a FAQ, posting schedules, announcements and much more.
The Official European Cartoon Arts Network Server! CartooNet provides an excellent platform for cartoonists and cartoon consumers.
This artist draws with a fuzzy pencil in a rubber room or otherwise pokes his eyes out with a sharp object. Something to see!
Buy, sell and trade comic books, non-sports cards and "Magic: The Gathering" cards at this convention held in Gainesville, Florida.
Carries the weekly NetHead cartoons Dave Banks draws daily exclusively for Blueberrycartoons and C-Mail, their weekly caption competition. Includes a link to the United Media Web site.
Exclusively published on the world wide Web, this slightly tongue-in-cheek superhero adventure series.
HappyMan MetaComic is done by artist John Anderson. The site offers a date-indexed library of current comics.
Hatbag Productions is a creative partnership highlighting the work of David Hitt, Jesse Holland, and Lain Hughes who created a stir on the University of Mississippi campus with "Hippie and the Black Guy"-a satirical strip dealing with prejudice and college life.. Browse through the comic library.
Check out this comic book about four friends and their lives together. Contains images, plot synopses, and other information.
Join the party, celebrating 100 years of comics. This is the only Web site dedicated and devoted to the history and details of the American comic book medium.
An interesting graphical interface to view Gino Fabrikini's comic strip, Hypodermic Noodles. Also find out about the characters & "Noodles" itself, and jump to related hot links.
List of links to Japanese Animation and Comics sites, Other sites are listed for anime fan clubs and other comics
The Japanese Animation Society of Hawaii promote Japanese animation as a popular entertainment and as an art form. We also try to improve our members access to and understanding of anime and manga.
A daily cartoonist for The Toronto Sun, The Ottawa Sun and The Calgary Sun shows how to cartoon with Coreldraw. Downloadable viewers available.
An autobiographical strip by Keith Knight mixed with an honest eye on sex, drugs and parents. The site offers a few samples, and subscription info.
A hi-resolution graphic fantasy comic adventure called Apollinaire, Master Paladin is a story only just beginning, others to follow!
Cartoons by Keith Robinson, which appear in newspapers across the U.S. View this week's strip or browse the archive.
The page gives information about the club, a calendar of events, and its library holdings. There are links to information about video tape rentals in the Boston area; scripts, synopses, and lyrics from various anime animations; and other anime locations.
Tribute to Patrick McConnell's comic strip about pet pals Mooch the cat and Earl the dog. A daily from the SF Chronicle.
A new strip by R. Gompy about The Nerd, who loves Computers. View this weekday comic, peruse the character gallery.
Join our list of comic books updated every Monday, also shows up in comic shops the following Thursday.
Find out about dealing with myths, legends, dreams and much more in this semi-monthly online comics.
A well-presented, daily, four-panel comic strip that features as regular cast of characters, created by Joda Thayer.
On-Line Comics strives to get a little bit of everything related to comics from the net, and they succeed pretty well. Nice set of links and nifty graphics.
A weekly single panel strip that takes a humorous look at the downside of things by Brad Diller. View the weekly cartoon or browse the archive.
On-line Pluggers archive and contest, by Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Jeff MacNelly. Impressive design, illustrations, character background, archive and an interesting link list.
Previews of Sirius Entertainment's comic book offerings. Heavy fantasy content and blasphemous titles.
Gives information about Stanford University's anime club and its meeting dates. Also has links to other anime sites.
General comics Webpage with links to the Tick Jeffrey Lawless Homepage, X-Files, NerdWorld, alternative comix, the comics info FTP, Tool User Comics on the Internet, the Marvel Comics FTP site, DC Comics FTP, Marvel Xbooks FTP, and Vertigo FTP.
A complete, searchable online catalog of over 250 new titles each month which you may order from with credit card numbers, after assembling a huge list of comics, naturally.
Enjoy the daily strips. For your multilingual pleasure, this page and the Computer Cartoons can be read in more than one language.
More than you ever will want to know on such anime series as Tenchi-Muyo!, Oh My Goddess!, Ranma 1/2, Bubblegum Crisis and others.
Information about the University of Pennsylvania anime club, its membership, an introduction to anime, library resources, and links to other anime sites.
Information about the anime club at the University of Texas, its library, archives, and a calendar of events.
Comical site providing answers to random questions, a research project you can do, and hooks to other World Wide Web places.
A Zany weekly strip that features the exploits of the people and animals who work at City Zoo. Nominated for best strip on the Web in 1995.