12 Web Comics That Rocked Our World in 2018by Charlie Upchurch
The new creators on GoComics for 2018 span a range of humor and interests, from Bird and Moon's science- and ecology-based themes to a new, infinitely darker series from Breaking Cat News' Georgia Dunn (It's most accurately described as a "supernatural adventure soap opera," which is the perfect reason to check it out). Read on for more about the new additions to the GoComics lineup, and remember to subscribe if you want to instantly receive the latest updates from these clever, cute and hilarious comics
Texts From Mittens by Angie Bailey
If you're a cat person, you of course imagine your cat's sassy personality. Texts from Mittens brings these conversations to life, by imagining what Mittens would say to "Mom" via text. Be sure to check out our animated videos of the feature, too, as a fun new way to experience this cute comic.
My Dad is Dracula by Jason Poland
My Dad is Dracula is about a dad who is also Dracula, and much to his son's chagrin, something different every day! MDiD mixes playful ribbing, uplifting moments and, of course, lots of dad jokes.
Mo by Ann Telnaes
Mo is a charming comic about two women who work as a waitress and bartender in the shadow of Capitol Hill. In a tense political climate, Mo and The Bartender muddle their way through each stressful 24-hour news cycle.
Messycow Comics by Chen Weng
Chen Weng brings the parenting humor with Messycow Comics. If you have kids, you'll be sharing these relatable parenting and family comics with all your parenting friends.
Bird and Moon by Rosemary Mosco
These carefully-researched comics and diagrams share the funny side of nature and discuss environmental issues. They were the subject of an award-winning exhibit at PRI's Museum of the Earth and have been featured by Audubon, Boing Boing, IFLS, Upworthy, Science News, The Huffington Post, The Times of India, and more. Read more about them here!
Batch Rejection by Garey McKee
If you're into New Yorker-style cartoons with ... shall we say, a bit more bite to them, Batch Rejection is the comic for you. Whether it's making fun of technology or just darkly funny observations, Batch Rejection has charmed its way into our hearts.
A Problem Like Jamal by Tauhid Bondia
Jamal Marcus takes no prisoners when it comes to sharp and incisive social and political commentary, with a lively and expressive style to boot. If you enjoy sharp takes on society's foibles, A Problem Like Jamal is well worth the read.
Little Moments of Love by Catana Chetwynd
The webcomic from Catana Chetwynd and her encouraging boyfriend, John, gives you inights into their loving relationship. Little Moments of Love will fill your heart with love and a little tenderness, too. You'll also want to gift their book, Little Moments of Love, to your significant other. Check it out here.
Swan Eaters by Georgia Dunn
Swan Eaters has been on hold for several years, after Georgia Dunn found success with her syndicated cartoon, Breaking Cat News. Swan Eaters is a scary, sitcom-esque, silly webcomic that you'll want to binge-read.
Pirate Mike by Brad Perri
Pirate Mike tells the tale of a pirate cursed to live in the 21st century suburbs. Updated Monday through Friday, this comic gives you a look of Pirate Mike's funny family life as a pirate outsider.
Whyatt Cartoons by Tim Whyatt
Tim Whyatt's wacky and sometimes naughty single-panel strip hit our funny pages this fall. Get your fix of humor with Whyatt Cartoons.
Cursed Forever by Leigh Luna
Cursed Forever is a collection of doodle journal comics based on the artist Leigh Luna's life. Luna describes the strip as "a documentation of human existence, corgi butts, emotions, burritos, and magic."