My first webcomic launched with this site in 1998. From 1998 to 2004, I regularly posted new comics in various experimental formats, occasionally getting into long online debates about whether this-or-that format was a step toward the future of comics or just a gimmicky dead-end.
Most of the comics in this section play with the idea of treating the screen as a window rather than a page (the so-called "infinite canvas" style, most often associated with my book Reinventing Comics). For the most part, that meant big, clunky html tables for users to scroll through, but a few of the later comics like The Right Number test-drove alternate methods like plug-ins which weren't available when the site launched in '98.
From 2004 on, I took a break from webcomics to create a couple of books and go on the road with my family for a year, but I hope to create new content again soon, starting with the conclusion of The Right Number and at least one more Morning Improv.
Parts One and Two of a projected 3-part online graphic novella, displayed in a unique zooming format.
A series of improvisational short subjects based on reader suggestions.
A 16-Part Online graphic novel featuring Zot and various characters from the original series.
Comics-style essays on comics and technology from webcomics early days.
An autobiographical comic in two parts.
Pointless interactive comics featuring everybody's favorite nobody, Carl!
My first online comic; an abstract adaptation of a poem by Robert Browning.