on-a-sunbeam-winnerOn A Sunbeam by Tillie Walden

After an incredible back and forth race, that went down to the wire. Tillie Walden’s sublime webcomic On A Sunbeam has won our popular vote to be crowned indie Comic of the Year 2016!

When told her of these Tillie had this to say… “So pleased that On A Sunbeam could win this award. I’m surprised because OAS is such a luxury for me – I make this comic solely because I enjoy doing it, and I’m honored that people enjoy it along with me.”

The rest of the line up was as follows…

1. On A Sunbeam
2. Last Driver
3. Cognition
4. Deer Editor
5. Alex Automatic
6. The Last Sheriff
7. Comichaus
8. Space Captain
9. Turncoat
10. Mordawwa

A huge thank you for everyone who voted and took part in this amazing competition!

icoty2016Compiling our list of the best indie comics of 2016 has not been an easy task! There have been so many amazing books that narrowing it down to just 50 great titles was tough, let alone picking our 10 favourite. However after all the bickering and squabbling among the Pipedream team we have narrowed it down the 10 best, and what a collection we have! But now it’s up to you! Just as we do with our Digital Comic of the Year award, we are going to leave it up to you to pick a winner.
You can vote for the Indie Comic of the Year 2016 here!​ (Polling ends at midnight on January 5th!)

icoty2016Our rundown of the 50 best indie comics of 2016 is closing in on the top 10, which means we’re getting close to declaring our first ever Indie Comic of the Year 2016! Our latest collection group feature anthropomorphic mice, nameless travelling apes and killer samurais, as well as new books from some of the very best indie publishers on the market!

icoty2016Our rundown of Indie Comic of the Year 2016 continues with numbers 21 to 30 and features some awesome anthologies, simian secret agents, Victorian detectives and ultra-violent webcomics.

You can read our picks for #31-40 here and #41-50 here.

icoty2016Our rundown of the top 50 indie comics of 2016 continues. This selection includes shanti pirates, fantastical beast, time-travelling spies, magical thieves, tea-making deities and friendly ghosts! Keep reading as we get closer close to revealing our shortlist for the Indie Comic of the Year 2016!

Read Indie Comic of the Year 2016 #50-#41 here

icoty2016Following in the footsteps of our Digital Comic Of The Year poll, we are introducing a new award this year – Indie Comic of the Year 2016. Celebrating the fantastic variety of indie and small press books which we have covered on the site in the past 12 months. We’ll give you a shortlist of the top 10 for voting on December 26th, but in the meantime we’ll countdown the 50 best indie comics of the year and remind you of what a great year it has been for indie and small press comics!

dcoty2016It’s been another amazing year for digital comics with our shortlist for Digital Comic of the year featuring cutting edge motion books, avant grade webcomics and crowd-funding sensations, all of which push the boundaries of the medium of digital comics.

But with a landslide of a victory, we are proud to announce that the winner of the Digital Comic of the Year 2016 is…

dcoty2016It’s been another bumper year for exciting and innovative digital comics in 2016. From boundary pushing webcomics to crowd-funded sensations to cutting edge apps, we have picked out 10 of the best for you to vote on and declare the best Digital Comic Of The Year 2016. So get involved and make sure your favourite joins the likes of Madefire’s Captain Stone and Mono:Pacific, David Lloyd’s Aces Weekly and last year’s champion Adventures in Pulp, as winner of our prestigious prize.
Below is our rundown of the contenders for this year’s prize, and you can cast your vote here. (Polls close at midnight on December 23rd!)

DCAPPOTY2015-logo Over the past fortnight our readers have been voting to choose the best digital comic app of 2015. Choosing from a shortlist of 10 apps they included some of the world’s biggest comics publishers, alongside exciting new platforms as well as cutting edge new digital publishers. And we can now proudly reveal that the winner of the best digital comic app 2015 is…

It’s been another strong year for digital comics in 2015 as we have seen new publishers and platforms debut, as well as continued strong offerings from the Big Two, as well as an amazing selection of self-published stories released online and via platforms like ComiXology Submit. So sit back and enjoy our list of the 10 most exciting and innovative digital comics from the past 12 months.