Webcomics By Genre
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Jokes about video games that updates Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Blow The Cartridge is about retrogaming - playing and enjoying classic video games we enjoyed when we should have been doing homework or playing outside!
A boardgaming manifesto, featuring one of the most peculiar jobs in the universe: The professional game explainer. A trip to board game cafes, their staff, customers, games and paraphernalia.
Consolers is a comic about personified game companies, showing you all the weird stuff going on in the game industry. Join Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft and their friends in their misadventures through the gaming industry!
Video games, food, and sleep. These are the priorities, in that order, of Ethan MacManus, a twenty-something gaming enthusiast with a low tolerance for work, and a penchant for making up his own rules. Anything goes as Ethan and his best friend Lucas deal with life, pop culture, obnoxious customers, and more games than there are minutes in a day. Hillarious, sarcastic and funny in all respects, this webcomic has been a cult classic since 2004.
Long ago, the players rolled in harmony. Then everything changed when the new DM started a homebrewed campaign.
A man living inside the world of Minecraft, unaware that he lives inside a video game, and the adventures that ensue.
Penny-Arcade is a video game webcomic, that is published three times a week. It is one of the most popular webcomics on the web. Strips from the series have appeared in countless other comics, magazines such as Official PlayStation Magazine and Computer Gaming World, and even game manuals. They have inspired other successful game comics, such as VG Cats and Ctrl Alt Del.
RnR Comics was born from the brains of Steve Petrucelli and James Merz, two of the co-hosts from the RetroNickRadio podcast. The podcast was born from the idea that a group of guys that sit around and talk about videogames and stuff should record their antics and put it on the interwebs. That led to us making a comic strip about the shenanigans that happens when we aren’t on the mic.Steve is a part time photographer and full time engineer/geek. The idea for ...
A companion series to the comic books created by Chris Ryahn, featuring the side stories of Tyrant comics characters
Two Israeli gamers who live in London, trying to play as many games as they can. Occasionaly mocking (lovingly!) some aspect of the gaming culture.