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Webcomics Hub FAQ

Answers to common questions

The following are the most frequently asked questions at Webcomics Hub.

FAQ

Welcome to the Webcomics Hub FAQ. Here you will find General Information & Frequently Asked Questions. If you still have questions, feel free to contact us.

What is Webcomics Hub?

Webcomics Hub is an online directory of webcomics. We do not publish webcomics, nor are we affiliated with the webcomics listed in the directory. This site merely points you toward other sites that publish webcomics. We also allow users to subscribe to webcomics, rate webcomics and comment on webcomcis. Think of us as a social network for webcomics.

Do I need to become a Webcomics Hub member?

No, you do not have to be a member to access the Webcomics Hub online directory. However, members  of  Webcomics Hub have access to more goodies than non-members. Once you are a member, you can comment on any of the webcomics in our directory and track your webcomic subscriptions. Even if you are not a member, you can still submit a webcomic, view the webcomics and rate a webcomic.

What can members of Webcomics Hub do?

Members of the Webcomics Hub community can...

  • Submit their webcomics to the directory
  • Edit their webcomic listings
  • Add webcomics to their subscriptions list.
  • Do not need to deal with Captcha verification

Even if you don't have a webcomic to submit, we encourage you to join and select the webcomics YOU think should be listed in the directory. Signup takes only a minute. You can cancel your membership at any time.

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Does it cost anything to become a member?

No, it doesn't. Membership is absolutely free.

How do I get a webcomic listed in the directory?

To submit a webcomic to the directory, all you have to do is go to the submit webcomic page to submit a webcomic.

Note: Anybody can submit a webcomic, even if they are not the owner of the webcomic. All you need to do is uncheck the field that says “ I am the owner of this webcomic”.

Does it cost anything to list my webcomic?

No, it doesn't. You can list your webcomic in the directory for free.

How do I edit my webcomic?

Members can only webcomics that they submitted or that they own. Just login to your account with your username and password, go to the desired webcomic’s profile and click on ‘Edit Webcomic’. If you've forgotten your username or password, you can reset it by going here.

Can you reset my username and password?

Sure. Go here if you've lost or forgotten your login info.

How are the webcomics in the directory ranked?

We have various ways to rank webcomics in our directory. Every member is free to choose their preferred ranking method. Some of the most popular ranking methods include most popular webcomics, most viewed webcomics, most discussed webcomics, most liked webcomics and so much more. For a full list of all ranking methods, click here.

What do the webcomic update types mean?

The following are the definitions for all the webcomic update types:

  • Completed : Comic has been concluded, or declared dead by the creator.
  • Daily : Updates at least 4 days a week.
  • Inactive : Comic has not updated in at least 6 months.
  • Monthly : Updates about once a month.
  • On Hiatus : Comic has been declared on temporary Hiatus by the creator.
  • Semi-Daily : Updates at least 2 days a week.
  • Semi-Weekly : Updates 2 or 3 days a week.
  • Sporadic : Updates irregularly, or less frequently than monthly.
  • Weekly : Updates about every week or two.



What do the webcomic style types mean?

The following are the definitions for all the webcomic style types:

  • CGI/3D : CGI or 3D.
  • Full Color : Full color, digital or otherwise.
  • Greyscale : Greyscale.
  • Inked : Inked with no color or greyscale finishes.
  • Penciled : Penciled with no inking or additional finishes.
  • Photograph : Photography based webcomic
  • Sketched : Roughly sketched.
  • Sprite/8-Bit : Sprite or 8-bit.



What do the webcomic ratings mean?

The following are the definitions for all the webcomic rating types:

  • TEEN PLUS : May be suitable for older teens and adults. For example, may contain intense and/or gory violence, sexual content, frequent strong language, alcohol, tobacco and/or other substance use.
  • ALL AGES : May be suitable for readers or consumers of any age. For example, may contain mild language and fantasy violence but no swearing or nudity.
  • EXPLICIT : Contains explicit content and extremely graphic depictions
  • MATURE : Suitable for adults only. May contain extreme violence, mature themes and graphic depictions.
  • TEEN : May be suitable for early teens and older. For example, may contain violence, infrequent use of strong language, suggestive themes or situations, crude humor, alcohol and/or tobacco use.



What are 'Top Rated Webcomics'?

Rating for a webcomic is based on the percentage of thumbs-up that a webcomic receives. The more people that like a webcomic, the higher the rating for the webcomic. You can like as many webcomics as you want but you must wait 24 hours before liking the same webcomic again.

What are 'Popular Webcomics'?

Popular webcomics are based on how many users visit a webcomic's website from its profile page. The more people that visit a webcomic's website from its profile, the more popular that we consider it.

What are 'Most Liked Webcomics'?

Most liked webcomics are based on how many thumbs-up that a particular webcomic receives. The more people that like a webcomic, the higher it will rank in this category. You are allowed to like as many webcomics as you want and you do not have to be a member to like a webcomic. However, once you like a webcomic, you must wait 24 hours before liking it again.

What are 'Most Disliked Webcomics'?

Most disliked webcomics are based on how many thumbs-down that a particular webcomic receives. The more people that dislike a webcomic, the higher it will rank in this category. You are allowed to dislike as many webcomics as you want and you do not have to be a member to dislike a webcomic. However, once you dislike a webcomic, you must wait 24 hours before disliking it again.

What are 'Most Viewed Webcomics'?

Most viewed webcomics are based on how many users actually viewed a webcomic's profile. The more people that view a webcomic's profile the higher it will rank.

What are 'Newest Webcomics'?

Newest Webcomics are the most recently submitted webcomics. You do not need to be a member in order to submit a webcomic.

What are 'Most Subscribed Webcomics'?

The most subscribed webcomics are based on the number of members that have subscribed to a webcomic. The more members that subscribe to a webcomic, the higher the rating for that webcomic. You can subscribe to as many webcomics as you want but you must be a member in order to subscribe to a webcomic.

What are 'Most Discussed Webcomics'?

The most discussed webcomics are based on how many comments were added for a given webcomic. The more comments that a webcomic is generating, the more it is trending. You can comment on as many webcomics as you want but you must be a member in order to join the discussion.

What are 'Trending Webcomics'?

Trending webcomics are the same as most discussed webcomics. The more comments that a webcomic is generating, the more it is trending. You can comment on as many webcomics as you want but you must be a member in order to join the discussion.

What are 'Editor picks'?

Editor picks are  webcomics chosen by the editors of this site. Selections are based on the quality of artwork and writing found in a particular work. This is, of course, entirely subjective on our part.

What are 'Featured webcomics'?

Featured webcomics are webcomics that get extra exposure because they deserve it, they are trending in our community or they are paying us.

Can I advertise on Webcomics Hub?

If you would like to advertise in our directory, please click here for more info or contact us.