Sunday Comics | New Year’s groove

Check out webcomics from Faith Erin Hicks, Karl Kerschl, John Allison and more.

Here’s a round up of some of the best comics we’ve seen online recently. If we missed something, let us know in the comments below.

MF DOOM, aka Daniel Dumile, was a very creative British-American rapper and record producer who wore a mask and named himself after Marvel villain Doctor Doom. He passed away on Oct. 31 of last year, though his death wasn’t reported until the end of December.

Gabe Soria and Dean Haspiel collaborated on a short story some years back that Soria shared on Twitter:

Rest in peace, MF DOOM.

Faith Erin Hick, creator of such comics as The Nameless City trilogy, Pumpkinheads, One Year at Ellsmere and more, ended 2020 by sharing a comic on Twitter about “the things that got me through 2020.”

It’s been more than a year since we had any new strips from Karl Kerschl’s award-winning The Abominable Charles Christopher, but he returned in early January with two new strips.

Spider-Man always has New York’s back, and in this two-page comic from Meg Syv, they have his — or his arm, to be more specific. After it’s dislocated, his doctor and a street full of New Yorkers offers him some medical advice. You can download more of Syv’s Spider-Man in her fan comic, which is available for free on Gumroad.

Tom Scioli of Fantastic Four: Grand Design and Super Powers fame kicks off 2021 by posting a Batman comic, which you can read on his Twitter feed. He’s up to page seven as I write this.

Finally, John Allison has kicked off a new short story on his Bad Machinery site featuring Meredith from the Scary Go Round universe.

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