60+ Comic Strips for Web Designers About Internet and Technology

As long as there have been computers there have been computer geeks. And as long as there have been geeks there have been geeky comic strips. Don’t you miss reading comic strips in your daily newspaper? It’s kind of ironic to see what designers can do with comic strips and graphic novels as modern age designers love to experiment with things and try to convey their message in creative and compressive manner. Even though this is not a common practice to do but still, as the new technologies and design issues come up, and as more and more designers notice them and make use of them in their work, these kinds of comics emerge.

60+ Comic Strips for Web Designers About Internet and Technology

In this presentation, you’ll find a collection of creative and humors comic strips related to web, internet and technology which will surly going to give you something to chuckle over and lighten up your busy life a little.

Technically, Comics is a graphic medium in which images are utilized in order to convey a sequential narrative; the term, derived from massive early use to convey comic themes, came to be applied to all uses of this medium including those which are far from comic. It is the sequential nature of the pictures and the predominance of pictures over words, which distinguish comics from picture books, though there is some overlap between the two media. Most comics combine words with images, often indicating speech in the form of word balloons, but pantomime strips, such as The Little King, are not uncommon. Words other than dialogue, captions for example, usually expand upon the pictures, but sometimes act in counterpoint.

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Comic Strips for Web Designers About Internet and Technology

When creating a comic you always need to concentrate on to main things. First, the way in which one has to define the notion of constraint in the comics; second, the way in which the comics may help redefining the meaning and scope of the notion of “obstacle” in literary writing. Let’s checkout some of the coolest example of this creative art.

01. The Real Reason Behind Digg’s Bury Brigade

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02. Business Blogging Blunder

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03. Doesn’t Exist

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04. Porcine Nightmare

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05. Where is the Secret of Life?

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06. Open Apple

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07. Another Pending Lawsuit for Amazon.com

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08. Art Imitates Life

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09. Guest Comic Bandwidth

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10. A New FireFox Security Problem

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11. Huge Software Sale

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12. The Life and Death of Design

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13. The Whole Internet Truth

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14. Firefox Outfoxes IE

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15. Relax!

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16. Skype Me!

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17. Economising

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18. Dinner for a Million

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19. Think Before You Blog

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20. Untitled

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21. The Only Constant…

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22. Samaritan 98

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23. Online Dating with MySpace and Facebook

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24. Intermezzo: Vermin

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25. Baby’s First Language

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26. Browser Support

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27. Don’t Look a Gift-Horse in the Mouth

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28. Pleased to Meet You

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29. An Innocent PayPal Scam

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30. Any Monkey Can Blog

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31. iPad iLove

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32. Sharing The Love.. via Flickr

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33. There’s Something in the Air

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34. Windows 7: My Idea

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35. Vowing Wedding Favors

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36. Web Two Point Ohhhh

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37. I Really Wanna Wii, Please

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38. Getting to the core of the matter

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39. Freelance Freedom

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40. Social Currency

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41. Shrinking Self Esteem

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42. Beaming with Pleasure

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43. Monomania

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44. The Windows Vista Ultimate Element

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45. Experiences in Phone Support

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46. Magic Box

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47. Malcontent Blogger

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48. Paradise Lost (Again)

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49. Please Buy My Company

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50. Search Injuns

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51. Starting for reality

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52. Good Quality Pet Blogging

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53. Huge Software Sale

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54. PayPal Sucks Cartoon

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55. Freelance Freedom

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56. Act Like a Professional

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57. Dirty Dreams

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58. Irreversible

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59. Where Do You Think Youre Going, Mister!?

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60. This is The Future

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61. Ruined

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62. Untitled

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63. Trading Links

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64. Car Wreck

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65. Lucky 7?

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66. How Projects Really Work

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34 Comments

  1. “#66. How Projects Really Work ”

    Awesome… Tight Stuff. Just beautiful and clever!

  2. Really AWESOME “Anders”

    “#66. How Projects Really Work ” this is really great… this is the now happening with every project…

  3. Really AWESOME “Anders”

    66. How Projects Really Work this is really great… this is the now happening with every project…

  4. Hi. My name is Chris Flick. I currently write and draw two webcomic strips. The first one is called Capes & Babes and is comic book-based

    The second one is a strip I have been doing since May 25th, 2004 for the web site Community MX. That strip is called “CMX Suite” and is primarily based on web design and other technology.

    Here is my strip dealing with the iPad announcement:

    http://www.communitymx.com/flicks/01272010.cfm

    And a link to my Community MC cartoon strip, “CMX Suite”:
    http://www.communitymx.com/flicks/index.cfm

    -Chris

  5. 60+ Comic Strips for Web Designers About the Internet and Technology…. this sounds like a whole new can of worms to me…. but the comics blogs are cool too…. or say a graphic design blog with a short comic about the content for each post !! Hmmm, the combinations could be endless…. and quite possibly be funny too !! Thanks “deepak” for the share :) !!

  6. Amazing collection. I enjoyed most of them.

    ‘Huge software sale’ has been posted twice :) Can you remove one of them, please :D

  7. Thanks for putting a couple of my comics in there, always good to see :)

  8. Love the post, some really funny images on that one.

  9. Thank you very much for this gr8 post

  10. It’s hilarious!
    A good beginning of my working day! Thanks :)

  11. Awesome list.. Comics from Brad are always great, love to read’em !! :)

  12. I love PC Weenies, they’re very funny and very true.

    Thanks for sharing the rest of the comics though!

  13. OMG! you forgot XKCD!!

  14. Hey this was a great post..loved ‘The PC Weenies’ really nice and funny…some of the jokes are really very funny…being a designer and an engineer am able to appreciate these jokes a lot… I have made comics of my own and trying to create more

    All those all wanna see something a little different please got to http://www.amruthakrishnan.com/ and check out the comic book ‘Uwoes’ under the portfolio page.

    Please do check it out and give me your feedback, would really appreciate it. Would love to know how I could better these comics.

  15. Awesome posts – Freelancer Freedom is so true . . . . That was a worthwhile 20 mins spent

  16. Thanks for sharing the tut with me/us. It was beautifully described.

  17. I’m kind of surprised that The Oatmeal isn’t here. I guess he doesn’t just do web development stuff.

  18. Very interesting post. I will check those links. Thanks for sharing them here.

  19. Great comics! They definitely fall within the tech geek category.

    Megan

  20. These are really funny and well designed! I like ‘car wreck’ the most ;)

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