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2000 in webcomics

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2000 in webcomics
Years in webcomics  1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Notable events of 2000 in webcomics.

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Events

  • Webcomic portal Keenspot is founded.
  • Scott McCloud's Reinventing Comics was published on July 25.
  • Webcomics started

  • January 9 — explodingdog by Sam Brown
  • January 16 — The Beevnicks by Owen Dunne
  • January 17 — Sinfest by Tatsuya Ishida
  • February 14 — Greystone Inn by Brad Guigar
  • February 17 — Buttercup Festival by David Troupes
  • April 1 — Bob and George, by David Anez
  • April — Diesel Sweeties by Richard Stevens
  • April — Lethargic Lad by Greg Hyland switched from print to web
  • June 12 — Schlock Mercenary by Howard Tayler
  • July 7 — Exploitation Now by Michael Poe
  • July 10 — GU Comics by Woody Hearn
  • July 25 — Chopping Block by Lee Adam Herold
  • July 31 — Narbonic by Shaenon K. Garrity
  • July — Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan by Reinder Dijkhuis switched from Dutch to English
  • August 11 — Twisted Kaiju Theater by Sean McGuinness
  • August 14 — The Joy of Tech by Liza Schmalcel and Bruce Evans
  • August 14 — Megatokyo by Fred Gallagher and Rodney Caston
  • August 27 — RPG World by Ian J
  • August 28 — Angst Technology by Barry Smith
  • September 20 — The Pain – When Will It End? by Tim Kreider
  • October 20 — Sosiaalisesti rajoittuneet (Socially Challenged) by Pekka Piira, Ossi Mäntylahti, and Jukka Piira
  • November 7 — Mac Hall by Ian McConville and Matt Boyd
  • November 10 — Checkerboard Nightmare by Kristofer Straub
  • December 1 — Little Gamers by Christian Fundin and Pontus Madsen
  • Dork Tower by John Kovalic switched from print to web
  • References

    2000 in webcomics Wikipedia


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