Wikipedia:WikiProject Webcomics

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WikiProject Webcomics
The project to improve webcomic articles on Wikipedia
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Welcome to WikiProject Webcomics! This is a project for the discussion and improvement of Wikipedia's articles on webcomics (including webtoons and other comics published mainly through the internet). We rely on webcomics enthusiasts worldwide, so if you are interested in participating, please get involved.


This project is dedicated to providing information on internet-based comic strips, or webcomics. The scope of this project may extend to other fields, such as webcomics in print, animation or video games inspired by webcomics, and people related to the webcomic community/industry.

This project will often overlap with WikiProject Comics, as well as several other related WikiProjects, such as Websites, Internet Culture, Blogging, Animation, and Animanga.

How to join[edit]

Add yourself to the list of participants by going here! You can also:

As of April 2020 we have 7 members, plus there are about 29 active editors who listed themselves as members of the previous Webcomics Work Group. You can see a list of participants here.

What you can do[edit]

Talk page[edit]

The talk page is the best place to go for any general questions or requests you might have, especially if you can't see another place to take it.

Starting articles[edit]

  • If you think a webcomic topic needs an article, be bold and make it.
  • If you'd like some advice on whether a subject is notable, or anything else about starting an article, make a post on the project's talk page.
  • You can also make a draft and then get a review of the draft before turning it into an article proper. See Wikipedia:Drafts for more details.
  • If you want a suggestion of an article to write, go to the Requests page and see what people are asking for. As examples, people have asked for articles on the following (with some suggested sources):
  • And if you want to request that someone else write an article on a subject, the Requests page is the place to ask.

Improving articles[edit]

  • All articles related to the project should have a quality rating. See the "Tagging and Assessment" section below for lists of articles by quality. This will help you find articles that are in need of improvement.
  • If you would like suggestions on what to work on, project members have identified these articles might be important to improve next:

Reviewing articles[edit]


Other work[edit]

  • Recruit other participants. The long-term success of this project depends on adding new editors, not just to grow but to replace people who leave over time. If you know of anyone who might want to join, such as seeing users who are actively editing webcomic articles, please let them know about this project.
    • We are particularly keen to have more members who are fluent in Korean or Japanese, to help improve several popular articles for webcomics published in those languages.
  • Check this automatic list of recent changes to webcomic articles, to ensure the changes are of good quality; also check the automatic list of Recent changes to relevant talk pages.
  • Keep the page Wikipedia:Webcomic sources up to date.
  • Nominate new articles for "Did You Knows" see Wikipedia:Did you know for details on what this is and how to nominate an article
  • If you can think of anything else that this project should be doing, add it here!



Tagging and assessment[edit]

  • 6.1% List-Class
  • 14.4% Stub-Class
  • 48.2% Start-Class
  • 22.6% C-Class
  • 6.2% B-Class
  • 2.1% GA-Class
  • 0.5% remaining
Webcomics work group assessment statistics


Any article related to this task force should be marked by adding the project banner, {{WikiProject Webcomics}}, at the top of its talk page. This will automatically place it into appropriate categories, and associated statistics will be updated automatically by User:WP 1.0 bot.

Hot articles[edit]

20 edits Homestuck
16 edits Sweet Home (webtoon)
14 edits We Bare Bears
8 edits Nimona
5 edits EigoMANGA

These are the articles that have been edited the most within the last seven days. Last updated 10 March 2021 by HotArticlesBot.


The following templates may be useful when editing webcomics-related articles.


These userboxes can be placed on your userpage:


{{The Webcomic Barnstar|put your message here ~~~~}}

Recognized content[edit]

Featured articles[edit]

(none yet)

Good articles[edit]

DYK (Did You Know)s[edit]

Formerly recognized content[edit]

Former featured articles[edit]

Former good articles[edit]

Resources and essays[edit]

  • Webcomic sources: A page maintained by this project that provides a list of reliable and unreliable sources in the field of webcomics. If you would like to start a discussion on whether a particular source is reliable, either add it to this page or the project's talk page.
  • Wikipedia:Webcomics are no good as sources, an essay.
  • Wikipedia:WikiProject Webcomics/WCCA, an essay on the Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards and guides on how to quickly cite them.
  • Manual of Style (comics) explains proper grammar and formatting for comics articles.
  • Exemplars shows the standard format for comics-related articles, and gives some examples of accepted article structure.
  • Naming conventions describes the best ways to name new comics articles.
  • References – This page lists some comics-related references to aid in sourcing your edits of comics-related articles.
  • WikiProject Comics Templates make constructing and editing a comics article easier.
  • Copyright (important) informs editors which images are appropriate for uploading and use in comics articles and how best to use them. WikiProject Comics has policies on copyright for Wikipedia comics articles either based on our consensus interpretation of Wikipedia:Fair use or agreements made with individual publishers. Unless stated otherwise, these are based on the interpretation of United States copyright law.