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  • K Kids (12 and under)

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http://0x2121.com/

Online web comic strip with a high geekdom factor about computer science, mathematics, physics and randomness.

http://www.gocomics.com/

Daily panel and story overview.

http://www.angrylittlegirls.com/

Weekly strip about little girls who are angry about boys, kissing, chores, allowances, parents, school, and life in general, by Lela Lee. With character profiles, message board, and merchandise.

http://www.afordturtle.com/

This strip by Aaron Riddle follows the adventures of a turtle and his forest pals. Archived comics, merchandise for sale.

http://www.avalonhigh.com/

A daily webcomic featuring the slightly off-the-wall students of a Canadian high school. By Josh Phillips.

http://www.airtoons.com/

Cartoons based on actual airplane safety instruction pictures. By Taber. Regularly updated.

http://www.absurdnotions.org/

College graduates with varying personalities facing reality. Archive, FAQ, merchandise, character profiles, and message board.

http://www.endeavorcomics.com/

Weekly humor strip making fun of spy stories and whatever else comes to mind, by Mark R. Largent.

http://www.ashfieldonline.com/

Humor strip by Aric McKeown, about a time-traveler's bizarre problems. Also features the single-panel humor cartoon "?".

http://www.achewood.com/

A cartoon of modern life as lived by a retarded otter, an alcoholic tiger, and two bears.

http://www.ainoxcomics.com/

Home to the adventures of the Nuclear Onion and the Atomic Pea. Original cartoons, requires Flash.

http://excelsiorstudios.net/

Comic in which Anne Frank is brought back to life as a superhero to battle Hitler in the future.

http://www.antiheroforhire.com/

Comedy-driven nocturnal superhero action. Features an archive, a forum and about.

http://www.huwtopia.com/

Daily comic strip by Huw Williams, previously in the Purdue Exponent about life at University. Site features a daily strip with an archive, a set of character profiles and creator information.

http://abstrusegoose.com/

Strip cartoon about math, science and geek culture.

http://basicinstructions.net/

Webcomic by Scott Meyer. Each strip takes the form of a "How To" guide.

http://www.black-kat.com/

Online comic by Mark Vallen about a bird, born in LA, who plots against humanity.

http://www.brunothebandit.com/

This is a swords and sorcery (and satire) comic strip. Think of it as a cross between The Lord of the Rings and The Simpsons. Updated daily.

http://bazoobee.com/

Bazoobee with his friends by Dave Sperry.

http://www.babysue.com/

Comics that focus on social satire.

http://www.angryflower.com/

An irritable flower takes on aliens and wheelchair basketball. Includes archives and merchandise information

http://www.boxjamsdoodle.com/

An open-ended minimalist strip with muumuus.

http://www.billcaldwell.com/

British cartoonist, published in a number of newspapers. Includes cartoons from the Daily Star, Sunday Mail and Church Times.

http://www.boovietoons.com/

Cartoons and pictures based on humor puns and wordplays on movies and books. Includes movies such as Forrest Bump, The Umpire Strikes Back, and Dambo.

http://www.boasas.com/

A comic strip about a boy on a stick and a snake called Slither. By Steven Cloud.

http://www.andybroome.com/

Featuring the work of the cartoonist. Offers a daily cartoon and archives.

http://www.buddyandhopkins.com/

A weekly comic strip by Jason Nocera based around two struggling blues musicians.

http://www.kipster.org/

Webcomic updated biweekly with a neurotic bull and a pushy bunny.

http://www.butternutsquash.net/

Story of three friends and their troubles with women. By Ramon Perez and Rob Coughler.

http://www.bucklescomic.com/

Official site. Includes desktop theme, message board, and an archive.