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Last updated February 15, 2012

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Other Web Comics and Related Sites:

Special Web Comic Events:

  • Keenspot Bikeeni Spots Illustrated — For several years, our old host Keenspot held a series of "Sports Illustrated" style pin-up events that proved wildly popular, so popular the event was emulated and parodied throughout the webcomics world. We only participated in the first Bikeeni 2000 event, but the sequels Bikeeni 2001 and Bikeeni 2002 also featured your favorite Keenspot hunks and babes cheesing for the camera. Don't worry... it's the cartoon characters you'll see in swimsuits, not the artists....
  • Hallowkeen 2000 — Check out what sort of ghoulish, vile thoughts float around in the heads of Keenspot cartoonists! The morbid and the macabre are the order of the month, and you'll never know what sick, demented images will leap out of your monitor! Enter at your own risk!

Web-Based Comics: (listed alphabetcially)

Absurd Notions
Battlepug
BoxJam's Doodle
Bruno the Bandit
Calvin and Hobbes
Clan of the Cats, The
College Roomies from Hell!!!
Dungeons & Denizens
El Goonish Shive
Evil Inc.
Freefall
Funny Farm
Gaming Guardians
Gene Catlow
Goblins
Help Desk
HOSERS
Kevin & Kell
Lowest Common Denominator
Newshounds
No Need for Bushido
No Pink Ponies
Nukees
Ozy & Millie
Power Nap
Real Life
Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan, The
Schlock Mercenary
The Seraph Inn
Sluggy Freelance
Suburban Jungle, The
User Friendly
Wandering Ones, The
Wapsi Square
Zap!
Zebra Girl
Zortic

Comic-Related Sites: (listed alphabetically)

  • AstroNerdBoy's Comic Strips!! — AstroNerdBoy has a huge listing of kewl online comics and official web sites for your favorite syndicated strips. Tons o' fun! Surf on over there and check it out. NOW!
  • Comic Genesis — Formerly known as Keenspace, this is Keenspot's free hosting service for anyone interested in starting an online comic. Free automation, templates, community support... all you have to do is sign up and upload your comics. With well over 6000 comics already hosted there, it's well established and well recognized throughout the online comics community.
  • Guild of Evil Cartoonists — I am not a member of the Guild. The Guild does not exist. You don't want to click this link. I can't be held responsible for what happens if you do.
  • Modern Tales — Often considered a competitor to Keenspot, the Modern Tales family of sites hosts many other well-crafted comics, most of which are served under a subscription model. MT is also home to Webcomics Nation, a service similar to a paid version of Comic Genesis.
  • OnlineComics.net: An Online Comics Search Engine And Directory - Browse several genres of online comics including Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Humor, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Super Hero, and Suspense.
  • WebComics.com — Originally, WebComics.com was a cool collection of online comics, all brought to you in one place. GPF was once featured there, so we liked to give them a plug, even if we were no longer listed there anymore. Since then, the domain has changed hands, perhaps for the better. Because now it's run by Brad Guigar and his other cohorts from Halfpixel.com. It's now an ongoing blog full of cool resources for webcartoonists from novices to professionals. (Wait, did I just use the term "professional webcartoonist"? My mistake.)

More of Jeff's Art Online:

  • The GPF Art Gallery — Mustn't forget our very own art gallery here. Just a few more pictures thrown together my me, until I can find a better use for the server space.

Kewl Sites of Geek Interest:

  • eviscerati.org — Because the computer industry had it coming.
  • Protonic.Com — Ever dreamed of free technical support? Well, here's the place to find it. Protonic.Com is a collective of volunteers who are willing to help you with just about any computer related question. Just pop in, submit a question, and get an answer, without spending a single dime. A very nifty concept, with lots of potential.
  • The Jargon File — Also known in the print world as the The New Hacker's Dictionary, the Jargon File is the ultimate final word in geekdom and hackerdom. Don't know a geek from a hacker from a "warez d00d"? Then here's the official unoffical place to look.
  • SlashDot — News for nerds. If you haven't heard of this site, you're not a real geek, like it or not. Definitely the place for Linux hype, both real and imagined. (Although GPF has never officially been "slashdotted," we're always grateful for all those Slashdot Faulties who put us in their sig lines. Thanks, gang!)

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