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Since comics’ gradual exile from supermarket and bookstore racks, most people who are interested in comics must first answer that all-important and most basic question: where can I find comics? The Comic Shop Locator is a search engine designed to answer that question.
The Comic Strip Library is a library of free public domain comics that was created by Zachary Chavez while obtaining his Master’s of Library and Information Sciences degree. It aims to digitize all public domain comic strips, providing a great source for students of comics’ development from their infancy in the United States in the early 1900s, as well as great reading material.
Comixology is a digital comics distributor established in 2007. It is most notable for having the deepest infrastructure for distributing comics digitally today, with licensing agreements with virtually all major publishers and support on PCs, Macs, Android phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads, and other platforms.
GoComics is an online repository of newspaper cartoons of both the “Sunday funnies” and political varieties. Full access to the archives requires a free registration, and there is also a paid “pro” membership available that will remove ads.
The Webcomic List is a listing of webcomics--comics that have left print behind altogether to be published on the internet. It features several ways to explore webcomics, from a simple search box to listings of recent additions and award winners.