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Some webcomics, such as ''PennyArcade'' and ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'', for example, have even gained sufficient popular and critical acclaim to earn their creators a living wage from their work, usually via selling TheMerch. As was noted on the NewspaperComics page, the bar for success in sequential art was set fairly low by the old newspaper syndicates and comics publishers, so "a living wage" rather than movie/rock star extravagance is all anyone ever expected to begin with.

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Some webcomics, such as ''PennyArcade'' ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' and ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'', for example, have even gained sufficient popular and critical acclaim to earn their creators a living wage from their work, usually via selling TheMerch. As was noted on the NewspaperComics page, the bar for success in sequential art was set fairly low by the old newspaper syndicates and comics publishers, so "a living wage" rather than movie/rock star extravagance is all anyone ever expected to begin with.


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On a final note, for further reading on this topic, we recommend you watch [[https://youtu.be/aOLzS2MmkzQ this]] instructional video, courtesy of WebAnimation/WelcomeTo. And while you're at it, be sure to check out our lists of WebcomicTropes and PopularWebcomicSites as well!

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On a final note, Also, for further reading on this topic, we recommend you watch [[https://youtu.be/aOLzS2MmkzQ this]] instructional video, courtesy of WebAnimation/WelcomeTo. And while you're at it, be sure to check out our lists of WebcomicTropes and PopularWebcomicSites as well!


On a final note, for further reading (watching?) on this topic, we recommend you also watch [[https://youtu.be/aOLzS2MmkzQ this]] instructional video, courtesy of WebAnimation/WelcomeTo. And while you're at it, be sure to check out our lists of WebcomicTropes and PopularWebcomicSites as well!

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On a final note, for further reading (watching?) on this topic, we recommend you also watch [[https://youtu.be/aOLzS2MmkzQ this]] instructional video, courtesy of WebAnimation/WelcomeTo. And while you're at it, be sure to check out our lists of WebcomicTropes and PopularWebcomicSites as well!


On a final note, for a better introduction to the ins and outs of this medium, we recommend you also watch [[https://youtu.be/aOLzS2MmkzQ this]] instructional video. And, while you're at it, be sure to check out our lists of WebcomicTropes and PopularWebcomicSites as well!

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On a final note, for a better introduction to the ins and outs of further reading (watching?) on this medium, topic, we recommend you also watch [[https://youtu.be/aOLzS2MmkzQ this]] instructional video. And, video, courtesy of WebAnimation/WelcomeTo. And while you're at it, be sure to check out our lists of WebcomicTropes and PopularWebcomicSites as well!


[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, you can either do so through a webcomic scraper (if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}), or by volunteering to Wiki/ArchiveTeam, subscribing to [[https://archive-it.org/ archive-it]] or contacting [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder DataHoarder]]. Your options are truly endless.

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[[labelnote:note to all potential editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, you can either do so through a webcomic scraper (if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}), or by volunteering to Wiki/ArchiveTeam, subscribing to [[https://archive-it.org/ archive-it]] or contacting [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder DataHoarder]]. Your options are truly endless.


[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, we highly recommend you do so through a webcomic scraper, and if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}. We also recommend you contact either Wiki/ArchiveTeam or [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder DataHoarder]].[[/labelnote]]

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[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, we highly recommend you can either do so through a webcomic scraper, and if scraper (if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}. We also recommend you contact either Wiki/ArchiveTeam Website/{{Reddit}}), or by volunteering to Wiki/ArchiveTeam, subscribing to [[https://archive-it.org/ archive-it]] or contacting [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder DataHoarder]]. Your options are truly endless.
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[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, we highly recommend you do so through a webcomic scraper, and if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}. We also recommend you contact either UsefulNotes/ArchiveTeam or [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder DataHoarder]].[[/labelnote]]

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[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, we highly recommend you do so through a webcomic scraper, and if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}. We also recommend you contact either UsefulNotes/ArchiveTeam Wiki/ArchiveTeam or [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder DataHoarder]].[[/labelnote]]


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[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, we highly recommend you do so through a webcomic scraper, and if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}. We also recommend you contact UsefulNotes/ArchiveTeam.[[/labelnote]]

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[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, we highly recommend you do so through a webcomic scraper, and if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}. We also recommend you contact UsefulNotes/ArchiveTeam.either UsefulNotes/ArchiveTeam or [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder DataHoarder]].[[/labelnote]]


[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, we highly recommend you do so through a webcomic scraper, and if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}, we also recommend you contact UsefulNotes/ArchiveTeam.[[/labelnote]]

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[[labelnote:note to all editors]]Also, due to recent concerns over the growing number of webcomics lost because of the fleeting nature of webcomic domains, the fact that the Website/WaybackMachine rarely, if ever, properly archives webcomic sites, and the fact that many webcomic artists have proven themselves to be [[OrphanedSeries unreliable]] and/or prone to {{Creator Breakdown}}s involving the deletion of all available copies of their comics, we at Tv Tropes are now urging you to save copies of [[CompletedWebcomics finished]], [[OrphanedSeries/WebComics seemingly abandoned]], and otherwise at-risk web comics ([[{{Horrible/Webcomics}} yes, even the shitty ones]]) and post these copies on reliable long-term hosts such as [[https://archive.org archive.org]] as mirrors. Be sure to also include a link to said mirrors on the comic's work page, after all, what's the point of troping a work if nobody can find it? By the way, if you do actually want to archive a webcomic, we highly recommend you do so through a webcomic scraper, and if you want more information on what are ''those'', we recommend you read [[https://www.google.com.br/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/#ampshare=https://www.reddit.com/r/webcomics/comments/4s27wp/how_can_i_download_a_webcomic_archive/ this]] thread on Website/{{Reddit}}, we Website/{{Reddit}}. We also recommend you contact UsefulNotes/ArchiveTeam.[[/labelnote]]

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