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We love comics and video games! Thus we draw Webcomics about our most favorite games on the PC, the XBox One / 360 or the PlayStation 4 / 3. Experience new adventures with us in Mass Effect, FarCry and much more!

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Webcomics and Games: Read our latest Daily Comics and other Webcomics on


We also include classic standard situations in our Webomics. With our Daily-Comics, we focus on everyday life and draw familiar and chaotic moments that arise in our lives.

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Webcomics and Games: Read our latest Comics Collabs and other Webcomics on


Find out what’s up with our monthly comic collabs, how they work, and learn more about collaborating with other nationwide talented artists and illustrators.

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What are Webcomics?

If a comic was released online it can already be considered a webcomic. It doesn’t matter if the comic was created digitally on the computer or traditionally on a sheet of paper, as long as it is uploaded to the internet. One of the first webcomics was created around 1995.

Webcomics are created in different ways. On the one hand, they can be created and stored as a typical image graphic (usually as a JPG or PNG file), on the other hand as a vector graphic.

With the help of vectors, a loss of quality can be prevented and a comic or illustration can be (up- or down-) scaled at will. Subsequent editing of a webcomic would not cause any problems on this way. Pixel graphics, on the other hand, are created (as the name already suggests) with pixels. In this case a subsequently change of the measurements can cause severe quality losses.

Nowadays, webcomics can be found in social media, on websites and in private blogs, but few artists can make a living with digital comics or devote themselves entirely to their stories or sequels. Nevertheless, there are several options for monetizing webcomics.

High-reach crowdfunding platforms and other web services provide opportunities to financially support media professionals, providing the time needed to further develop the character style and continue open webcomic stories.

Furthermore, a webcomic merchandise offers additional revenue possibilities. Once the right web shop (or shop provider) is found, motifs and all kinds of illustrations (drawings) can be offered there with self-made printings on textiles and customized fan articles, such as cups or mouse pads.

Webcomic merchandise