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June 1st, 2012
We celebrate National Donut Day with this classic story from last year's FREE Top Shelf Kids Club comic. Watch out for stinky beef loafs!
February 14th, 2012
As a tribute to one of music's greatest voices, here's a special presentation of Liv Strömquist's comic "I Think About Whitney," originally published in 2010 and collected in the Top Shelf / Galago anthology From the Shadow of the Northern Lights, vol 2. As in much of her work, Liv uses the life of a celebrity as the inspiration for serious thinking about feminism and everyday life - in this case, domestic abuse.
November 28th, 2011
By Fred Chao
It's a total joy to welcome Fred Chao, creator of Johnny Hiro, to the Top Shelf 2.0 family! This is a great story about the ones that get away and the ones we hold on to. Thanks, Fred!
November 1st, 2011
Can't let the Halloween spirit die just yet! Here's another horror story, albeit with a wry pop-culture twist (hint for the curious).
October 31st, 2011
To celebrate Halloween, here's the return of an impressive trio with a very gruesome horror tale, previously published in Negative Burn -- but now with new colors!
October 21st, 2011
By Adam Del Re
Adam makes his Top Shelf 2.0 debut with a devastating personal account of the loss of his grandmother -- or, for German families, his Oma. Don't miss it.
October 20th, 2011
ARCHIVE SPOTLIGHT! Today we remember the Top Shelf Swedish Invasion with a story from the talented cartoonist Marcus Ivarsson! He's one of the dozens of artists whose work is collected in our Swedish comics anthology, From the Shadow of the Northern Lights. Enjoy!
October 19th, 2011
By Max Karl Key
Here comes a tender new story from one of Portland's most promising young talents, Max Karl Key! Glad to have you back, Max.
October 4th, 2011
The always-impressive Andrew returns for possibly his most ambitious story yet! Inspired by the tradition of superhero crisis stories, this short epic crams a whole lot of action, pathos, and metacommentary into just a few pages.
September 28th, 2011
By Gabe Gill
Welcome wunderkind Gabe Gill! At only 14, Gabe shows great potential, and we're pleased to showcase his work here on 2.0.
September 27th, 2011
Jed, an longtime friend of Top Shelf 2.0, really is an incredible artist! Here's an elegant strip, gorgeous and evocative -- the kind of piece you can stare at for ages.
September 26th, 2011
By Lizz Lunney
More comics from Lizz are always a delight! Here we join Sweary Cat and Sylvia Rabbit as they deal with everyone's favorite ungulate... Romantic Bison!
September 7th, 2011
By Kevin Woody
It's the long-awaited return of Top Shelf 2.0! Yes, after a super-busy summer, your humble editor is back in action, newly relocated as Top Shelf's man in New York City! Now with the Massive Top Shelf $3 Sale kicking off, let's celebrate with some webcomics! Here's Kevin Woody with the hilarious full-color sequel to his strip "Glutenous."
May 18th, 2011
Things never stay quiet in Red Plains for long, do they?
May 17th, 2011
Also returning after some time away is Johandson! Here he channels his psychedelic imagination into a relatively wholesome fable.
May 16th, 2011
We're glad to see Andrew back on 2.0 after a long break! This is a new colorized version of a Philippine-flavored tale that originally appeared in the vol. 3 of the anthology Hive.
May 13th, 2011
All good things must come to an end! Thanks for following the online serial of Gingerbread Girl - it's been great fun. Remember, you can order the beautiful flexi-cover book (including some bonus art not included in this online version) directly from our web site, or at your favorite comic shop / bookseller!
May 12th, 2011
ARCHIVE SPOTLIGHT! It was a treat to see Jordan Shiveley and his publishing operation Grimalkin Press at TCAF last weekend. Here's a re-presentation of the first webcomic he ever created for 2.0: a great mini-monologue with a depth that belies its tiny presentation.