|Alphabetical | By Popularity|
- (AU) Cran and Lerma Cartoons
- Zany and topical 'Net-related comic strip.
- Argon Zark
- A humour/adventure/weirdness comic strip by Charley Parker about being physically transported around the Web via "Personal Transport Protocol."
- CPU Wars
- Cyberfolks Comics
- Find out about Dilbert, the American comic strip written and drawn by Scott Adams where the title character, Dilbert is an engineer with satirical humour working in a white collar, micromanaged office. Sites feature daily strips, archives, games, merchandise, photo galleries, virtual tour, pretending-to-work games, and profile of Scott Adams.
- Fifth Wave
- Comics about the computer industry.
- Weekly cartoon of Silicon Valley life, work, relationships, and sex (or lack thereof). By Julie Sigwart.
- Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet
- A humour strip about the galmour of the information age.
- Jake's Joint by Charles Andres
- As originally seen in Creative Computing magazine
- Joy of Tech
- Daily cartoons for techno-geeks by Nitrozac and Snaggy.
- Kevin & Kell@
- More evidence that you can find fun in other people's undies.
- Magnet Boy
- Short cartoon strips of a superhero named Magnet Boy and his special magnetic powers.
- By Stafford Huyler
- off the mark computer cartoons
- Cartoons that deal with the joy and frustration of owning a computer.
- PC Weenies, The
- Comic for technology enthusiasts, engineers, IT, and software developers.
- Unicorn Jelly
- A manga styled metaphoric comic about the nature of ideals and beliefs, starring a little monster that strives to become a Unicorn. Features new strips daily.
- User Friendly
- Daily comic strip about Columbia Internet, the friendliest, hardest-working and most neurotic little Internet Service Provider in the world.
- Webhead's Web
- A webpage creator faces new challenges and adventures travelling on the Cybersuperhighway.
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