Webcomics, online comics, or Internet comics are comics published on a website. While many are published exclusively on the web, others are also published in magazines, newspapers or often in self-published books.
Webcomics can be compared to self-published print comics in that almost anyone can create their own webcomic and publish it. In January 2007, there were an estimated 38,000 webcomics being published. Webcomics range from traditional comic strips to graphic novels and cover many genres and subjects. Very few are financially successful.
Do you read a lot of webcomics? No need to stay tied to a browser to catch up on the episodes you’ve missed. You can now read them on the go on your phone, PC or iPad, with or without internet. Comic book reader programs make reading loads of comics easy, but why not use them for webcomics? We can turn most of your favorite webcomics into archives of comic book reader files (CBR), you can store on your PC, tablet, or mobile phone to read in comfort and style.
Here is an example:
Title: Ask AXE COP
Source page: http://axecop.com/index.php/acask/read/ask_axe_cop_65/
Last update: page 65
Download mirror: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6SNH3XZZ
We'll post more in time. You may also post your own webcomics here. If you do so, please respect the format shown in the example above. If there's a webcomic you can't turn into an archive file, and you really would like to have it, then we will also post and update on request - for free! - as a kindly gift from Zacharie
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Last edited by Zacharie on Aug 22nd, 2011, 12:57 pm, edited 2 times in total.