Hello. I’ve made a list long ago but I ended up putting the list on a temporary site which no longer exist … very silly of me. Time to make another one again. To be honest I cannot find the best place to share this list so maybe this message board will do?
Feel free to suggest if you find more Free Culture approved webcomics, I don’t care if it’s active or not. I am currently finding one from Tumblr that uses CC BY (3.0?) so that’ll be fun.
Also I’ve found two that is not really worth showing since it’s 4 pages or less. Let me know if I should add that in.
The only one I am not going to include will be some guy named-uhhh … Yalyn? Yeah-I-don’t-know-who-that-guy-is.
Website : Artist/Writer
- http://www.wufflecomics.com : Piti Yindee
- https://mooselakecartoons.com : Roddy Thorleifson
- http://www.peppercarrot.com : David Revoy
- https://phillfromgchq.co.uk : Katharsisdrill
- http://floraverse.com : Floraverse group
http://ninapaley.com : Nina Paley
Works that you find on her sidebar is: The Hots, The Nina’s Adventures, and Fluff. However it seems that most links doesn’t work so it’s off to use Wayback Machine.
- http://peppertop.com/elvie : Mark
- https://robotandhuman.neocities.org : Triskaideka
Free Art License 1.3
- https://zemarmot.net : Aryeom and Jehan
- http://mimiandeunice.com : Nina Paley
Title : Artist/Writer
Don Depresso : Ruji Chapnik
Uses CC BY-SA (2.0 or 3.0?)
While her personal site is active, the webcomic site (which uses Tumblr) is down.
At least you can buy her books from Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Ruji-Chapnik/e/B00JABZQ90 (I don’t know if I am allowed to share this link so please tell me if I should remove this link.)
Or image search her works.
Project Ballad : Michael Peterson and Kevin Czapiewski
Uses CC BY-SA 3.0
Long-story-short: CC would have it’s own Tumblr page featuring something CC related per week. Project Ballad was one of them. After checking on it occasionally and seeing no updates, I was worried. When it turned into parked domain site, I rushed to their Gumroad page and bought their first volume. Few days later, they made it unavailable to purchase. After asking in Mastodon if I should upload this to Archive.org or something similar, it was done: https://archive.org/details/ProjectBalladVol1_20180628