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Encyclopedia > Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards
Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards
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Author(s) All webcartoonists
Website http://www.ccawards.com/
Update schedule Yearly
Launch date 2001
Genre Awards

The Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards (WCCA) is an annual event, since the summer of 2001, in which online cartoonists nominate and select outstanding webcomics in a variety of categories. The WCCA represents a form of peer recognition since voting membership is open, only, to the sole creator, writer, artist (including colorists), or webmaster of an online webcomic. Winners receive an individualized web banner for their site. Because the membership is made up entirely of people with some sort of online presence, all official business is transacted over the Internet. Image File history File links Ccawards_nomination_banner2. ... An author is the person who creates a written work, such as a book, story, article or the like. ... The front page of the English Wikipedia Website. ... 2001: A Space Odyssey. ... The webcomic genres are the types of themes a webcomic can take. ... A cartoonist at work. ... Webcomics, also known as online comics and web comics, are comics that are available on the Internet. ...

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Controversy

Controversy over the procedure - and even necessity - of the awards has existed since the beginning. Many critics believe the WCCAs are nothing more than a popularity contest and the widely known comics such as Penny Arcade, Megatokyo and PvP are always nominated and usually win. Some say the event gives little recognition to talented - but unknown - artists. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... PvP, also known as Player Vs. ...


Looking at the statistics, however, shows that no comic has won an award all five years and only 5 comics have even received nominations each year.


The comic with the most awards are: Mac Hall: 2 in 2002, 4 in 2003, and 3 in 2004. Next is Chopping Block with 4 in 2001 and 4 in 2002. Then comes Penny Arcade with 2 awards in 2003 and 5 in 2004, Count Your Sheep with 6 awards in 2004, and Megatokyo with 4 in 2002 and 1 in 2003. PvP has the most nominations without a win--2 in 2001, 5 in 2003, and 3 in 2004--followed by Clan of the Cats--3 in 2001, 2 in 2002, and 2 in 2003. Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... Chopping Block is a darkly humorous webcomic by Lee Adam Herold that is a member of Alternative Brand Studios. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Count Your Sheep is a webcomic written and illustrated by Adrian Ramos, generally known as Adis. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... PvP, also known as Player Vs. ... Clan of the Cats is an urban fantasy Web comic by Jamie Robertson. ...


It has therefore been argued that the WCCAs increase interest in comics that voters may never have seen before. It also gives artists a chance to collectively praise the work of others, and encourages webcartoonists to participate as a community, and the WCCA staff continues trying to improve the awards with passing each year (such as adding more diverse categories, including one just for the year's newcomers).


Results

2001

Best Comic
Best Art
Best Writing
Best Site Design
Best Concept
Best Male Character
  • Butch of Chopping Block — by Lee Adam Herold (Winner)
  • Baughb the Elf of Elf Life — by Carson Fire
  • Gav of Nukees — by Darren Bleuel
  • David DiAngelo of Odd Jobs — by Tim Broderick
  • Tracker of Psychic Dyslexia Institute — by Scott Maddix and Anthony Port
  • Mikey of Untitled Again — by Paul Roustan
  • Zortic of Zortic — by Mark Mekkes
Best Female Character
Best Other Character
Best Supporting Character
Best Special Event
  • Keenvention — by Todd Michaels (Winner)
  • Web Comic Awareness Day
  • Party 2001
  • Bikeeni 2000
  • William Shakespeare 2001
Best Cameo
Best Romantic Comic
Best Serial Comic
Best Gag Comic
  • Chopping Block — by Lee Adam Herold (Winner)
  • BoxJam's Doodle — by BoxJam
  • Pentasmal — by Aaron Farber
  • ? — by Aric McKeown
Best Reality-Based Comic
Best Minimalist Comic
  • BoxJam's Doodle — by BoxJam (Winner)
  • ? — by Aric McKeown
  • Arrogance In Simplicity — by Capheine
  • Triangle and Robert — by Patrick Shaughnessy
Best Science-Fiction Comic
Best Fantasy Comic
Best Superhero Comic
Best Anthropomorphic Comic
Best School-Based Comic
Best Dramatic Comic
Best Gaming Comic
Best Other Genre Comic

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2002

Best Comic
Best Art
Best Writing
Best Use of Color
  • Mac Hall — by Ian McConville & Matt Boyd (Winner)
  • Bobbins — by John A
  • The Makeshift Miracle — by Jim Zubkavich
  • Diesel Sweeties — by R Stevens
Best Site Design
Best Male Character
Best Female Character
Best Supporting Character
  • Diablo (of Goats) — by Jonathan Rosenberg (WINNER!)
  • Indie Rock Pete (of Diesel Sweeties) — by R Stevens
Best Newcomer
Best Romantic Comic
Best Serial Comic
Best Gag Comic
Best Reality—Based Comic
Best Minimalist Comic
  • Diesel Sweeties — by R Stevens (Winner)
  • 1/0 — by Tailsteak
  • Ashfield — by Aric McKeown
  • Pentasmal — by Aaron Farber
  • Pokey The Penguin — by Pokey The Penguin
Best Anthropomorphic Comic
Best Science—Fiction Comic
Best Fantasy Comic
Best Superhero Comic

Supermegatopia by The Brothers Grinn (Winner) For the Cusco album, see 2002 (album). ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... Chopping Block is a darkly humorous webcomic by Lee Adam Herold that is a member of Alternative Brand Studios. ... College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... Dave, Mike, and Roger College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... Chopping Block is a darkly humorous webcomic by Lee Adam Herold that is a member of Alternative Brand Studios. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... Dave, Mike, and Roger College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... Fans (also known as Faans or Fans!) is a webcomic by T Campbell, concerning the exploits of the Science Fiction Club of the fictional Billberg University (loosely based on William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia). ... T Campbell is the writer of many webcomics, including Fans (the webcomic), Rip & Teri, Penny & Aggie. ... 1/0 (One Over Zero) is a webcomic created by Mason Williams, aka Tailsteak. ... Mason Williams (pseudonym Tailsteak) is the creator of the webcomic 1/0 (One Over Zero). ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... Bobbins is a webcomic set in Tackleford, England, and written by John Allison. ... Diesel Sweeties number 1. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... Bobbins is a webcomic set in Tackleford, England, and written by John Allison. ... This article is about goats, the webcomic. ... Chopping Block is a darkly humorous webcomic by Lee Adam Herold that is a member of Alternative Brand Studios. ... 8-Bit Theater (less commonly spelled 8-Bit Theatre) is a sprite comic created by Brian Clevinger based on the game Final Fantasy I by Square Co. ... Brian Clevinger is the author of the webcomic 8-Bit Theater and the novel Nuklear Age. ... College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... Dave, Mike, and Roger College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... Exploitation Now was a webcomic drawn by Michael Poe (generally referred to simply as Poe) on Keenspot from July 2000 to August 2002. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... Bobbins is a webcomic set in Tackleford, England, and written by John Allison. ... This article is about goats, the webcomic. ... Diesel Sweeties number 1. ... Gluemeat is a webcomic written and drawn by Case Yorke. ... Blue and Orange, stars of Gluemeat Gluemeat is a webcomic written and drawn by Case Yorke. ... Something Positive or S*P is a webcomic by R. K. Milholland, which debuted on December 19, 2001. ... Self portrait, may be used freely with attribution. ... Drew Weing is an American comic book and webcomic creator who is perhaps best known for his infinite canvas webcomic Pup on Serializer. ... Avalon is a webcomic set in the fictional city of Avalon, Ontario, Canada by Josh Phillips. ... Josh Phillips is a Canadian artist known for his work at Avalon, a webcomic that attained some popularity before succumbing to entropy in 2004. ... Boy Meets Boy has been the title of: a web comic a gay reality television program an Off-Broadway musical a novel by David Levithan This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... Dave, Mike, and Roger College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... Dave, Mike, and Roger College Roomies from Hell!!! or CRFH!!! as it is known to fans, is an Internet-based webcomic strip by Maritza Campos-Rebolledo. ... Fans (also known as Faans or Fans!) is a webcomic by T Campbell, concerning the exploits of the Science Fiction Club of the fictional Billberg University (loosely based on William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia). ... T Campbell is the writer of many webcomics, including Fans (the webcomic), Rip & Teri, Penny & Aggie. ... Clan of the Cats is an urban fantasy Web comic by Jamie Robertson. ... Chopping Block is a darkly humorous webcomic by Lee Adam Herold that is a member of Alternative Brand Studios. ... Ashfield (Previously known as ? - the slightly demented anti-comic strip) is a webcomic by Aric McKeown, done both in Flash and as GIFs. ... Diesel Sweeties number 1. ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... Avalon is a webcomic set in the fictional city of Avalon, Ontario, Canada by Josh Phillips. ... Josh Phillips is a Canadian artist known for his work at Avalon, a webcomic that attained some popularity before succumbing to entropy in 2004. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... Drew Weing is an American comic book and webcomic creator who is perhaps best known for his infinite canvas webcomic Pup on Serializer. ... Diesel Sweeties number 1. ... 1/0 (One Over Zero) is a webcomic created by Mason Williams, aka Tailsteak. ... Tailsteak. ... Ashfield (Previously known as ? - the slightly demented anti-comic strip) is a webcomic by Aric McKeown, done both in Flash and as GIFs. ... Ozy and Millie is a webcomic, created by D. C. Simpson, which debuted in January 1998. ... David Craig Simpson, who prefers to be known professionally as D. C. Simpson, is the creator of the webcomic Ozy and Millie and the political cartoon I Drew This. ... Jack is a furry webcomic by David Hopkins. ... David Hopkins is a mildy successful webcomic artist who works in the realm of furry cartoon comics and webcomics. ... The Dewclaws, protagonists of Kevin and Kell. ... Bill Holbrook is a prolific American comic strip writer and artist. ... Sabrina Online is a furry webcomic featuring everyday- and not-so-everyday-life of Sabrina the Skunk and personages around her. ... Eric W. Schwartz is an American cartoonist who is the creator of Sabrina Online, a furry Web comic, and Amy the Squirrel, an unofficial mascot for the famous Amiga computers. ... The Class Menagerie is an anthropomorphic web comic written and illustrated by Vince Suzukawa. ... Vince Suzukawa is an anthropomorphic web comic writer/artist and furry artist from Los Angeles, California. ... Its Walky! was a daily webcomic by David Willis. ... David Willis is a prominent figure in the webcomics industry. ... Freefall or free fall in the strict sense is the condition of acceleration which is due only to gravity. ... Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Melonpool Melonpool is a webcomic created by Steve Troop. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Schlock Mercenary Schlock Mercenary is a webcomic by Howard Tayler. ... Howard Tayler is the creator of the webcomic Schlock Mercenary. ... 8-Bit Theater (less commonly spelled 8-Bit Theatre) is a sprite comic created by Brian Clevinger based on the game Final Fantasy I by Square Co. ... Brian Clevinger is the author of the webcomic 8-Bit Theater and the novel Nuklear Age. ... Bruno the Bandit is a webcomic drawn by Ian McDonald about an incompetent bandit in a fantasy setting. ... Chuck Whelon is the creator artist and co-writer of the webcomic Pewfell. ...

Best Dramatic Comic
Best Gaming Comic
Best Other Genre Comic
Best Use Of The Digital Medium

Gaming Guardians is a Keenspot webcomic by Graveyard Greg, started on May 7, 2000. ... Graveyard Greg is one of the creators of several webcomics Carpe Diem, Gaming Guardians and Dungeons & Denizens. ... Thorpe participated in the 1912 Summer Olympics. ... Superosity is a daily Keenspot-hosted webcomic by Chris Crosby. ... Chris Crosby is the co-founder of Keenspot along with Darren Bleuel. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... Avalon is a webcomic set in the fictional city of Avalon, Ontario, Canada by Josh Phillips. ... Josh Phillips is a Canadian artist known for his work at Avalon, a webcomic that attained some popularity before succumbing to entropy in 2004. ... Clan of the Cats is an urban fantasy Web comic by Jamie Robertson. ... Jack is a furry webcomic by David Hopkins. ... David Hopkins is a mildy successful webcomic artist who works in the realm of furry cartoon comics and webcomics. ... Angst Technology is a webcomic by Barry T. Smith, which launched on August 28, 2000. ... Barry Thomas Smith (November 26, 1968) is a comics artist and creator of Inktank. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... 8-Bit Theater (less commonly spelled 8-Bit Theatre) is a sprite comic created by Brian Clevinger based on the game Final Fantasy I by Square Co. ... Brian Clevinger is the author of the webcomic 8-Bit Theater and the novel Nuklear Age. ... Gaming Guardians is a Keenspot webcomic by Graveyard Greg, started on May 7, 2000. ... Graveyard Greg is one of the creators of several webcomics Carpe Diem, Gaming Guardians and Dungeons & Denizens. ... Chopping Block is a darkly humorous webcomic by Lee Adam Herold that is a member of Alternative Brand Studios. ... 1/0 (One Over Zero) is a webcomic created by Mason Williams, aka Tailsteak. ... Tailsteak. ... The cartoon Scott McCloud as he appears when narrating his own works such as Understanding Comics, and Reinventing Comics. ... When I am King is a wordless infinite canvas webcomic by Swiss artist demian5. ... Diesel Sweeties number 1. ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ...

2003

In 2003, the awards were presented differently: rather than post a list of winners, comics were invited to submit "introductions" and lead ins to each award presentation, an attempt to mirror the Oscars and Grammies. This practice was intended to become a regular feature every year afterwards, but planning problems in 2004 forced them to skip it. The feature returned in 2005 and is planned for 2006. 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ...

Outstanding Comic
Outstanding Newcomer
  • Anne Frank Conquers The Moon Nazis — by Bill Mudron (Winner)
  • Errant Story — by Michael Poe (Winner)
  • Elf Only Inn — by Josh Sortelli
  • Trilokan — by Suburi Y
  • Weirdism — by Liz Groenveld & Norna Ross
WCCA Advancement of Webcomics Award
Outstanding Art
Outstanding Technical Achievement
Outstanding Writing
Outstanding Original Digital Art
Outstanding Use of Flash
Outstanding Use of Infinite Canvas
Outstanding Website Design
Outstanding Black and White Art
Outstanding Character Design
Outstanding Composition
Outstanding Environment Design
Outstanding Line Art
Outstanding Use of Color
Outstanding Character Development
Outstanding Long Form Comic
Outstanding Short Form Comic
Outstanding Story Concept
Outstanding Anthropomorphic Comic
Outstanding Dramatic Comic
Outstanding Fantasy Comic
Outstanding Gaming Comic
Outstanding Gag Comic
Outstanding Reality Comic
Outstanding Romantic Comic
Outstanding Science Fiction Comic
Outstanding Superhero/Action Comic

Nowhere Girl is a webcomic by Justine Shaw. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mike Krahulik is the artist from the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Jerry Holkins Keith Gerald Jerry Holkins is the writer of the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Sinfest is a webcomic written and drawn by Japanese-American comic strip artist Tatsuya Ishida. ... Tatsuya Ishida portrait Tatsuya Ishida is the author of the webcomic Sinfest. ... Something Positive or S*P is a webcomic by R. K. Milholland, which debuted on December 19, 2001. ... Self portrait, may be used freely with attribution. ... Errant Story is a web comic by Michael Poe. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Written and drawn by Josh Sortelli, Elf Only Inn is a webcomic set in the virtualization of a fantasy chat room. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... Modern Tales is a website featuring many free and subscription-based comics created especially for the web. ... Chris Crosby is the co-founder of Keenspot along with Darren Bleuel. ... Keenspot claims to be the largest publisher of exclusive webcomics on the Internet. ... Keenspot claims to be the largest publisher of exclusive webcomics on the Internet. ... The cartoon Scott McCloud as he appears when narrating his own works such as Understanding Comics, and Reinventing Comics. ... DrunkDuck is a free webcomic hosting service founded by Dylan Squires. ... Categories: Wikipedia cleanup | Movie stubs | 1985 films | Vampires in film and television ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... Chopping Block is a darkly humorous webcomic by Lee Adam Herold that is a member of Alternative Brand Studios. ... Demonology 101 is an online graphic novel written and drawn by Faith Erin Hicks, from December 2001 to June 2004. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mike Krahulik is the artist from the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Jerry Holkins Keith Gerald Jerry Holkins is the writer of the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Scary Go Round is a webcomic set in the fictional town of Tackleford, England, and written by John Allison. ... John Allison can refer to the following people: John A. Allison IV - Chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation John Allison (webcomic), the webcomic author of Bobbins and Scary Go Round. ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... The Electric Sheep Comix (also referred to as e-Sheep) is an electronic comic book anthology Web page created by Berkeley-based artist Patrick Farley. ... Patrick Farley is a freelance illustrator and Web page designer working out of Berkeley, California. ... Kid Radd is a finished pixel art webcomic created by Dan Miller in February 2002. ... Several notable people have been named Dan Miller: Dan Miller (Canadian politician) is a former Premier of British Columbia Dan Miller (U.S. politician) is a former member of the U.S. Congress Dan Miller (guitarist) is a member of the band They Might Be Giants Dan Miller (vocalist) is... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mike Krahulik is the artist from the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Jerry Holkins Keith Gerald Jerry Holkins is the writer of the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Real Life is a webcomic drawn and authored by Greg Dean. ... This article lacks information on the subject matters importance. ... Demonology 101 is an online graphic novel written and drawn by Faith Erin Hicks, from December 2001 to June 2004. ... 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Scary Go Round is a webcomic set in the fictional town of Tackleford, England, and written by John Allison. ... John Allison can refer to the following people: John A. Allison IV - Chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation John Allison (webcomic), the webcomic author of Bobbins and Scary Go Round. ... A Modest Destiny (AMD) is a pixel art webcomic created by Sean Howard. ... Sean Howard (far left). ... Diesel Sweeties number 1. ... Real Life is a webcomic drawn and authored by Greg Dean. ... This article lacks information on the subject matters importance. ... Three panels from a strip that ran on January 20, 2004 8-Bit Theater is a sprite comic created by Brian Clevinger based on the game Final Fantasy by Square-Enix. ... Brian Clevinger is the author of the webcomic 8-Bit Theater and the novel Nuklear Age. ... Homestar Runner (often abbreviated HR, HSR or H*R) is a Flash cartoon series. ... 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Nowhere Girl is a webcomic by Justine Shaw. ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mike Krahulik is the artist from the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Jerry Holkins Keith Gerald Jerry Holkins is the writer of the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... Demonology 101 is an online graphic novel written and drawn by Faith Erin Hicks, from December 2001 to June 2004. ... 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For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... PvP, also known as Player Vs. ... For PvP in multiplayer computer role-playing games, see player versus player. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... Mac Hall (debut: November 7, 2000) is a webcomic created and drawn by Ian McConville and written by Matt Boyd about a group of college students who are typical slackers. ... Fans (also known as Faans or Fans!) is a webcomic by T Campbell, concerning the exploits of the Science Fiction Club of the fictional Billberg University (loosely based on William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia). ... T Campbell is the writer of many webcomics, including Fans (the webcomic), Rip & Teri, Penny & Aggie. ... Kagerou is a full color webcomic by Luka Delaney. ... The term fireball is often used in reference to any large explosion or burst of fire. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mike Krahulik is the artist from the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Jerry Holkins Keith Gerald Jerry Holkins is the writer of the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Drew Weing is an American comic book and webcomic creator who is perhaps best known for his infinite canvas webcomic Pup on Serializer. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... 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RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mike Krahulik is the artist from the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Jerry Holkins Keith Gerald Jerry Holkins is the writer of the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Chopping Block is a darkly humorous webcomic by Lee Adam Herold that is a member of Alternative Brand Studios. ... PvP, also known as Player Vs. ... For PvP in multiplayer computer role-playing games, see player versus player. ... Sinfest is a webcomic written and drawn by Japanese-American comic strip artist Tatsuya Ishida. ... Tatsuya Ishida portrait Tatsuya Ishida is the author of the webcomic Sinfest. ... Vera Brosgol is the author of Return to Sender and co-creater of the Anthology, Flight See Also Return to Sender Flight    This article is a stub. ... Fans (also known as Faans or Fans!) is a webcomic by T Campbell, concerning the exploits of the Science Fiction Club of the fictional Billberg University (loosely based on William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia). ... T Campbell is the writer of many webcomics, including Fans (the webcomic), Rip & Teri, Penny & Aggie. ... Its Walky! was a daily webcomic by David Willis. ... David Willis is a prominent figure in the webcomics industry. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... A webcomic by R. Smith This page is a candidate for speedy deletion. ... Jack is a furry webcomic by David Hopkins. ... 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Fans (also known as Faans or Fans!) is a webcomic by T Campbell, concerning the exploits of the Science Fiction Club of the fictional Billberg University (loosely based on William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia). ... T Campbell is the writer of many webcomics, including Fans (the webcomic), Rip & Teri, Penny & Aggie. ... Jack is a furry webcomic by David Hopkins. ... David Hopkins is a mildy successful webcomic artist who works in the realm of furry cartoon comics and webcomics. ... For other uses, see Megatokyo (disambiguation). ... Fred Gallagher (born 1969) is an illustrator that has become a full-time web cartoonist. ... Rodney Caston was the co-creator and original writer of the webcomic Megatokyo. ... Errant Story is a web comic by Michael Poe. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Elf Life is a web comic by Carson Fire (a pseudonym of Eric Gustafson) which first appeared on June 11, 1999. ... RPG World is a webcomic by Ian Jones-Quartey (a. ... 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2004

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2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Count Your Sheep is a webcomic written and illustrated by Adrian Ramos, generally known as Adis. ... No Room for Magic Keenspot advertisement. ... ... Mike Krahulik is the artist from the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Jerry Holkins Keith Gerald Jerry Holkins is the writer of the popular webcomic Penny Arcade. ... Its Walky! was a daily webcomic by David Willis. ... David Willis is a prominent figure in the webcomics industry. ... Reman Mythology is a manga-style web comic by Amy Kim Ganter (b. ... Scary Go Round is a webcomic set in the fictional town of Tackleford, England, and written by John Allison. ... John Allison can refer to the following people: John A. Allison IV - Chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation John Allison (webcomic), the webcomic author of Bobbins and Scary Go Round. ... Something Positive or S*P is a webcomic by R. K. Milholland, which debuted on December 19, 2001. ... 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2005

Outstanding Comic
presented by Brian Carroll of Instant Classic
Outstanding Newcomer
presented by Liz Groenveld of Stuff Sucks
Outstanding Artist
presented by Jeph Jacques of Questionable Content
Outstanding Writer
presented by Charles Snow of Sordid City Blues
Outstanding Black and White Art
presented by Jason Sigala of Niego
Outstanding Character Art
presented by James Turner of Beaver and Steve
Outstanding Environment Design
presented by Pendleton Ward of Bueno the Bear
Outstanding Use of Color
presented by William G of It's About Girls
Outstanding Layout
presented by Mikey Heller of Handicapped Sven and Yon
Outstanding Use of Flash
presented by Ryan Estrada of ryanestrada.com
Outstanding Use of Infinite Canvas
presented by Tyler Sticka of tylersticka.com
Outstanding Website Design
presented by Behrooz Shahriari of Acid Dimensions
Outstanding Character Writing
presented by David Tekiela of Comet 7
Outstanding Comedic Comic
presented by Chris Bishop of Her! Girl vs. Pig
Outstanding Dramatic Comic
presented by Joseph Park of Eden-cafe.org
Outstanding Long Form Comic
presented by Edward J. Grugg III of If Nobody Likes Me, Why am I so Popular?
Outstanding Short Form Comic
presented by Ben Gamboa of Tweep
Outstanding Story Concept
presented by Jason Rainey of jae.imperialotter.com
Outstanding New Character Design
presented by Mark Mekkes of Zortic
Outstanding Anthropomorphic Comic
presented by Anne Moloney of Boy Howdy
Outstanding Fantasy Comic
presented by Andrea L. Peterson of No Rest for the Wicked
Outstanding Gaming Comic
presented by Jason Sigala of Niego
Outstanding Reality Comic
presented by Ryan Sias of Silent Kimbly
Outstanding Romantic Comic
presented by Al Nennig of Tree Sprocket
Outstanding Science Fiction Comic
presented by Shaun Henderson of Pimp Ass Mandroid
Outstanding Superhero/Action Comic
presented by Nat Gertler of Licensable Bear™

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See also

  • The Webcomics List Awards

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Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards - Comixpedia (594 words)
The Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards (WCCA) is an annual event founded by Zortic creator, Mark Mekkes, which has run since the summer of 2001, in which online cartoonists nominate and select outstanding webcomics in a variety of categories.
The most frequently nominated choices in each category are then entered onto a ballot, allowing the winner to be chosen through the second round of voting.
The 2003 and 2005 awards were accompanied by ceremonies in webcomics form, wherein a wide variety of creators participated in "presenting" the awards.
Digital Strips: The Webcomics Podcast (881 words)
The premier awards in the web comics arena has been gracing us every year since 2001 and came into it’s own 3 years ago with it’s 2003 ceremony.
Web comics are boiled down to simple categories and genres but ignore the overall medium as an art form itself.
By pointing to a few specific web comics of what the community thinks is above par the public is led to an example which may wet their appetite for more.
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