On Friday we celebrated webcomics here at The Beat with a day completely devoted to the subject: 24 Hours of Webcomics! For your viewing pleasure, here is a master list of all the webcomics featured.

It’s worth noting too that some of the webcomics that would normally have been featured may have been passed over because they featured in our last mega event – 24 Hours of Women Cartoonists. Which means that if you missed that (how dare you!) you should go read those too.

Comics for everyone!

tumblr.png For your holiday reading pleasure: 24 Hours of Webcomics starts tonight
bh1 24 Hours of Webcomics: Brief Histories of Everyday Objects

Small histories of small things by Andy Warner, chosen by Steve Morris.

The Abominable Charles Christopher 24 Hours of Webcomics: The Abominable Charles Christopher

Follows the adventures of a childlike sasquatch through a forest full of colourful animal characters by Karl Kerschl, chosen by Laura Sneddon.
p9 24 Hours of Webcomics: Detective Space Cat
About a cat in space who is a detective named Space Cat, and he solves mysteries in space as a cat detective written by Matthew Meylikhov and Colin Bell and illustrated by Nina Cadman, chosen by Steve Morris.
Haunter01_02.jpg 24 Hours of Webcomics: Farmer’s Dilemma by Sam Alden (plus more)

A spotlight on Sam Alden’s comics, chosen by The Beat Herself.

secretknots 24 Hours of Webcomics: The Secret Knots

A collection of comics, some long and others short, by Juan Santapau, chosen by Steve Morris.

Gunnerkrigg Court 24 Hours of Webcomics: Gunnerkrigg Court

A science-fantasy webcomic created by Tom Siddell, chosen by Laura Sneddon.

fsp2 24 Hours of Webcomics: Formal Sweat Pants

A comedy strip written and illustrated by Josh Mecouch, chosen by Henry Barajas.

JL8 24 Hours of Webcomics: JL8

Follows the adventures of popular DC comic characters as children in elementary school by Yale Stewart, chosen by Laura Sneddon.

botn1 24 Hours of Webcomics: Bottom of the Ninth

An animated graphic novel in the world of New Baseball, by Ryan Woodward, chosen by Steve Morris.

Sin Titulo 24 Hours of Webcomics: Sin Titulo

A dark, neo-noir semi-autobiographical mystery thriller concerned with dreams, family, and memory, by Cameron Stewart, chosen by Laura Sneddon.

ge 24 Hours of Webcomics: The Ghost Engine

About an art thief, a bounty hunter, and the ghosts that live inside their heads, by Danny Djeljosevic and Eric Z, chosen by Steve Morris.

Sinfest 24 Hours of Webcomics: Sinfest

A long running comic with a recent feminist twist by Tatsuya Ishida, chosen by Laura Sneddon.

schmuck1 24 Hours of Webcomics: SCHMUCK

The brain-child of pop culture man about town and award-winning photographer Seth Kushner, chosen by Hannah Means-Shannon.

sbs1 24 Hours of Webcomics: The Summer of Blake Sinclair

A slice of life comic set in the summer of a student’s university life by Sarah Burgess, chosen by Steve Morris.

ethans_head_tails 24 Hours of Webcomics: Tails

A slice-of-life comedy with a supernatural twist (and foster cats!) by Ethan Young, chosen by Hannah Means-Shannon.

nimona2 24 Hours of Webcomics: Nimona

The story of an impetuous, eager, and (most notably) successful villainous sidekick, who is also a shapeshifter, by Noelle Stevenson, chosen by Steve Morris.

The Phoenix Requiem 24 Hours of Webcomics: The Phoenix Requiem

A Victorian-inspired supernatural fantasy story about faith, love, death, and the things we believe in, by Sarah Ellerton, chosen by Laura Sneddon.

sfp-3-1-for-web 24 Hours of Webcomics: STRONG FEMALE PROTAGONIST

Follows the adventures of a young middle-class American with super-strength, invincibility and a crippling sense of social injustice, by Brennan Lee Mulligan and Molly Ostertag, chosen by Hannah Means-Shannon.

fitz 24 Hours of Webcomics: David Fitzsimmons

A spotlight on the daily political cartoonist, chosen by Henry Barajas.

vb1 24 Hours of Webcomics: VectorBelly

A journey about friendship and journeys and sometimes other things, by Mike Rosenthal, chosen by Steve Morris.

colonus1 24 Hours of Webcomics: Colonus

In a future where Earth is no more, the survivors have split into two groups, on Venus and Mars. By Ken Pisani and Arturo Lauria, chosen by Steve Morris.

Oglaf 24 Hours of Webcomics: Oglaf

A hilarious and highly NSFW sex comedy by Trudy Cooper and Doug Bayne, chosen by Laura Sneddon.

ngbbs3b582e4068e0a 24 Hours of Webcomics: Red Meat

The self-proclaimed “most tasteless and twisted comic strip in the world” by Max Cannon, chosen by Henry Barajas.

 thunderpaw1.png 24 Hours of Webcomics: Thunderpaw In the Ashes of Fire Mountain

A semi-animated tale of two friends trying to find their way home by Jen Lee, chosen by The Beat Herself.


  1. This was a wonderful idea, i’d love to see this more frequently.

    Does any have any info (or educated guesses) on what percentage of these cartoonists make a living with their webcomics?

  2. I can only speak for the ones I featured, but Gunnerkrigg Court is definitely a full time venture for Tom Siddell, and I think the same is true of Sinfest for Tatsuya Ishida.

    The Abominable Charles Christopher may well do, but Karl Kerschl is also a pro comics artist anyway – much like Cameron Stewart with Sin Titulo.

    Sarah Ellerton (The Phoenix Requiem) and Trudy Cooper (Oglaf) are both pro illustrators as well but I’d imagine Oglaf in particular must do pretty well for itself.

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