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2001 in webcomics

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2001 in webcomics
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Notable events of 2001 in webcomics.

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Events

  • Phil and Kaja Foglio's Girl Genius launched in print.
  • The Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards were established to "represent a form of peer recognition, with voting rights granted only to creators working on online webcomics."
  • Awards

  • Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards, "Outstanding Comic" won by Adam Burke's Boxjam's Doodle.
  • Webcomics started

  • January 1–March 26 — King of Fighters Doujinshi by Vinson Ngo
  • January 16 — Okashina Okashi - Strange Candy by Emily Snodgrass and J. Baird
  • March 1 — Jack by David Hopkins
  • March 2 — 8-Bit Theater by Brian Clevinger
  • March 29 — Nodwick by Aaron Williams
  • September 2 — toothpaste for dinner by Drew
  • September 9 — VG Cats by Scott Ramsoomair
  • September 10 — Makeshift Miracle by Jim Zubkavich
  • October 1 — Achewood by Chris Onstad
  • October 8 — The Devil's Panties by Jennie Breeden
  • October 9 — Get Your War On by David Rees
  • October 16 — Big Fat Whale by Brian McFadden
  • October — Nowhere Girl by Justine Shaw
  • The Perry Bible Fellowship by Nicholas Gurewitch
  • Six By Nine College by Amber Marshall and Tenner Bradley
  • Zombie and Mummy by Olia Lialina and Dragan Espenschied
  • References

    2001 in webcomics Wikipedia


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