gM Webcomic of the Year nominees

the nominees for Webcomic of the Year are:
Best! Supervillain! ever! that dude Stephen Lindsay (Jesus Hates Zombies, Lincoln Hates Werewolves) has dipped into his fertile mind and pulled out another winner! he's teamed up with Jim McMunn (The Mighty Sullivan) to create The Frightful Fetus, a new webcomic about a vengeful fetus in an alien robot body bent on world domination and bloody vengeance on the people who tried to abort him! Lindsay is meticulously spinning a tale that chronicles the Fetus' rise from common crook to criminal mastermind in a delightful combination of superhero parody and head-scratching train wreck. Lindsay is so good at absurd comedy and WTF moments that he will sucker-punch you with poignancy when you're not looking! click the pic to sample the pro-life goodness...

if you're in the mood for a romantic comedy that's heavier on the comedy than the romance, check out a hilarious comic called The Dog Years! when Trey, a twenty something toy designer, suffers a catastrophic break-up from his slightly overbearing (and more than slightly hot) fiance, his boys swoop in, determined to stop the pity-party before it even starts... the cool thing about this comic is that it isn't a typical comic about typical "comic book" things, and yet it is easy to get into because it comes off like a good raunchy date movie or cable sitcom. Click the pic to read it online.

there aren't too many people reading this blog who wouldn't enjoy Ramon Perez's cooky contemporary fantasy comic Kukuburi, the whimsical story of a fly hipster delivery girl who stumbles into another dimension on what she thought was a routine delivery. Perez is a master illustrator spinning a fun yarn with beautiful art and sublime situations. the cast of characters is so varied and fantastical that it would be disorienting if the main character were not so down-to-earth and easy to relate to. Click the pic to read it online, and if you're like me, you will want to take your time to absorb and appreciate the work that Perez is putting into this strip!

Hanna is Not a Boy's Name is a relatively new addition to my online reading list. I discovered the 22 year old writer/artist Tessa Stone and her quirky webcomic on, and was immediately impressed with her drawing skills and dry humor. the comic is about Hanna Cross, a hapless yet inappropriately upbeat paranormal investigator flanked at all times by the nameless zombie who serves as his right-hand man and narrator of the comic. Since his zombie pal can't remember his pre-death name, Hanna just calls him a different name everytime. If this sounds really stupid, it's only because I'm not as funny as Tessa is (the drawings help too). click the pic and give Hanna and company a look!
voting open until the ball drops on New Year's Eve!

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