* ''Awesome/{{Mulberry}}''
* ''Awesome/ElectricWonderland''
* ''Awesome/PrincessPi''
* ''Awesome/FreeSpirit2014''
* ''Awesome/TrueBelievers''
!!Miscellaneous Comics
* "Raiders of the Lost Arc"
** Joan of Arc [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/miscellaneous/index.php?issue=3&page=32&seriesID=7 overcoming her fear of fire]].
* "Schoolhouse Bootleg"
** The controversial Internet censorship bill SOPA gets eliminated in a [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/miscellaneous/index.php?issue=17&page=8 most epic]] [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/miscellaneous/index.php?issue=17&page=9 fashion]].
* Peter Paltridge's [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/people/ruegger1.html two]]-[[http://www.platypuscomix.net/people/ruegger2.html part]] interview with Warner Bros. cartoons producer Tom Ruegger was deemed awesome.
* Peter managed to get in touch with a former marketing exec from Act III Theatres and asked him questions about their policy trailers in the third installment of ''[[http://www.platypuscomix.net/hollywood/ptjamboree5.html Policy Trailer Jamboree]]''; in the same article, he admits that Cinemark's Advertising/FrontRowJoe, which he originally despised due to Cinemark's buyout of his favorite theatre chain Century, used to be far more impressive in the early 1990s under Willming-Reams Animation, which poured effort into every one of their trailers.
* Three years in the making: [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/websurfin/firstwebpages.html My First Webpages]], an article in which every word links to a different website.
* The [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/fpo/newspaper/index.html newspaper scans]] are one of the few places to find the earlier character designs for some comics (like ''Drabble'' or ''ComicStrip/{{Curtis}}'') or more obscure comics that have since been cancelled.
* The rant from "[[http://www.platypuscomix.net/fpo/survival/powells6.html What Powell's Throws Out, Part Two]]" about how one's tastes in books change.
* From the "[[http://www.platypuscomix.net/people/whispers4.html 100 of the World's Greatest Whispers]]", his response to one comment saying "Suicidal people are angels waiting to go home".
-->This isn't the first time I've seen this one posted. The biggest problem with Whisper is that it can provide a platform of support for thoughts that are destructive or suicidal. Folks, you are not angels waiting to go home (in fact, no theological text supports this); you're dealing with depression (maybe clinical) which countless people have dealt with before you, and it's not the end of the world; there is help. And you need to go find a better source of potential friends than Whisper.