Via kisrael, I found
this link to Buttercup Festival, an odd
little web comic. The artwork is fantastic in that ink and watercolor kind
of way, but the actual comic itself is rather sureal. The main character
may dress like Death, and carry a scythe like Death, but he really isn't
Death. The artist also does another web comic, Green Evening Stories
where the artwork is even
more fantastic in that ink and watercolor kind of way than Buttercup
some links I came across a well researched article on the history
of web comics. Quite interested, and little did I realize that Dr.
Fun was not the first Internet based comic (web based,
possibly, but not Internet-only).
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