Webcomics: Kate Beaton on HARK! A VAGRANT Part Two

Our two-part interview with Kate Beaton, creator of Hark! A Vagrant! concludes today. In this installment, we talk with Beaton about moonlighting at Marvel, the effect of the increased exposure of her work, and a disturbing number of questions about her native Canada. Read on! Read the full interview here!

Webcomics: Doug TenNapel on RATFIST

Doug TenNapel is known to video game fans as the creator of Earthworm Jim, and to comic fans for his bevy of action-and-weirdness-filled graphic novels such as Creature Tech and Ghostopolis. This year, he’s taken his talents online with the daily adventures of Ratfist , a rodent-themed vigilante whose life gets more complicated when his …

Webcomics: Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover on GINGERBREAD GIRL

Annah Billips may or may not have a sister named Ginger, who may or may not have once been part of Annah’s brain until she was removed by Annah’s dad, who may or may not be a mad scientist. For that matter, Annah may or may not be crazy. What’s the truth? Find out for …

Webcomics: Mike Norton on BATTLEPUG

  “In the world of Battlepug, a hot tattooed naked chick narrates to a couple of talking puppies epic story of a brave warrior, whose rise to power involves the slaughter of Santa Claus and a harp seal (in fairness, both had it coming). His path will lead him to a giant, drooling pug dog. …

Webcomics: Dorothy Gambrell on CAT AND GIRL

Welcome to the conclusion of this round of Newsarama’s Wide World of Webcomics, the series where we interview the creators behind the coolest strips online. Today, we’ve got a special talk with one of the longest-running creators online, who’s responsible for one of the weirdest and funniest strips out there. Read the full interview with …

Webcomics: Jim Anderson on ELLIE ON PLANET X

Welcome back to Newsarama’s Wide World of Webcomics, our continuing look at the best comics on the web. Today, we take a journey into the depths of outer space for one of the cutest comics for all ages to launch in the past year. Read the full interview with creator Jim Anderson here!

Webcomics: Anthony Clark on NEDROID

You might know Anthony “Nedroid” Clark (www.nedroid.com) for his colors on Dr. McNinja or the hilarious comics on TV’s Lost he posted on Twitpic during its final scenes, which are archived starting here. But for many fans, he’s best known for Nedroid, his comic about the strange adventures of the incredibly self-centered bluebird Reginald and …