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Comic Strips and Panels
The B-Movie Comic
- A group of unlikely heroes tackles monsters, mutants and aliens from Hollywood's past and present.
- A strip revolving around prehistoric times. In 1958, B.C. was born - and rejected by five syndicates before being accepted for newspaper syndication. Today, Johnny Hart's B.C. and its renowned cast of prehistoric merrymakers appear in more than 1,300 newspapers worldwide and is distributed by Creators Syndicate, Inc.
- Comics that focus on social satire.
- Single panel cartoons on offbeat and bizarre topics.
Badly Drawn Minis
- Offers a small collection of cartoons.
Baldo & Pigface Adventures
- Weird and entertaining, a collection of bizarre art and notions.
- Webcomic by Scott Meyer. Each strip takes the form of a "How To" guide.
- The official site includes daily comics, games, a fan forum, a history of the strip, and character bios.
Baywalk Cartoons and Funnies
- The work of cartoonist Stephan Pastis, including; The Infirm and Bradbury Road, and daily installments from Stephan's current strip, Pearls Before Swine, and weekly updates of The Billbo Chronicles.
- Bazoobee with his friends by Dave Sperry.
- Official fan site of the strip. By Roger Kettle and Andrew Christine. Published since 1978.
Benny and Boone Bear Cartoon
- Humorous web comic featuring Benny, a mischievous little grizzly bear, and his older brother Boone. Includes animated cartoons.
- About religion and the high price of faith. A scientist creates a robot designed to save your soul.
- Features an imaginary eBay trading store where trading assistant Washington Locke and his boss, Alice Glass, deal with life as professional eBay sellers.
Big Fat Whale
- Features archives, a weblog, and an alternative point of view. By Brian McFadden.
Big Stone Head
- Features the hijinks of two zany heads. Offers an archive and history.
Bill Caldwell's Cartoons
- British cartoonist, published in a number of newspapers. Includes cartoons from the Daily Star, Sunday Mail and Church Times.
- Life from a bird's point of view.
- Online comic by Mark Vallen about a bird, born in LA, who plots against humanity.
- Just an ordinary preacher with a whole lot of extraordinary circumstances that surround him. Features archives and animation.
Blobsie and Flipsie
- Panel dealing with pigs Blobsie and Flipsie and their adventures, created by Beth.
- Weekly comic by Kathryn White, about four college roommates and the Bluebird of Happiness.
- A comic about random stuff, updated sporadically.
Blueprint For Insanity
- Archive, artwork, articles, and daily commentary by the author.
- The day-to-day adventures of a comic book creator and his comic strip. By Jonas Diego.
Bob the Angry Flower
- An irritable flower takes on aliens and wheelchair basketball. Includes archives and merchandise information
- Satirical weekly comic "Nine Planets Without Intelligent Life" about the travels of two unemployed robots in a post-human future.
- A semi-weekly webcomic about a Mormon missionary. By Scott Harper.
- Daily cartoons about the book business. Humor about writers, publishers, editors, booksellers and readers.
- 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.
- A webcomic about two friends who are just not completely sane.
Bound & Gagged
- The official Bound and Gagged site includes daily comics, games, a fan forum, a history of the strip, and character biographies of this popular Dana Summers comic strip.
- An open-ended minimalist strip with muumuus.
Boy on a Stick and Slither
- A comic strip about a boy on a stick and a snake called Slither. By Steven Cloud.
Boys and Girls Club
- Life in point as a gay teenager - includes archives.
- The comic adventures of Ben, an inventor, Dan, a talking dog, and Sofia, a female superhero, in the futuristic city of Breakpoint. By Brian Emling.
- The official Brenda Starr site includes daily comics, games, a fan forum, a history of the strip, and character bios of this popular historical comic strip.
- The official Broom-Hilda site includes daily comics, games, a fan forum, a history of the strip, and character biographies.
- Daily comic strip by Christopher J. Baldwin about a dark observant character named and her juxtaposition to the world. Archives go back to 1996.
Bruno the Bandit
- 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.
- Official site. Includes desktop theme, message board, and an archive.
Buddy and Hopkins
- A weekly comic strip by Jason Nocera based around two struggling blues musicians.
- The illustrated adventures of an unlikely superhero and the evil squirrels who hunt him. By Jeff Young.
Bug and Robot
- Created by Mike Serra. Includes an archive and character information.
Bull and Bunny
- Webcomic updated biweekly with a neurotic bull and a pushy bunny.
- Devoted to office humor. Features archives, news, cast, and a forum.
- A humorous look at today's Army. Buster leads a group of Patriot Missile Misfits at Fort Bliss and in SWA. Includes cartoons and photos from the unit.
- Story of three friends and their troubles with women. By Ramon Perez and Rob Coughler.
Cartoons and Comics by Andy Broome
- Featuring the work of the cartoonist. Offers a daily cartoon and archives.
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