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A Web Original work that has been published in print.

May contain a Print Bonus.

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Web Comics

Web Animation

Web Serial Novel

  • John Dies at the End.
  • Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy. Went from a popular science website to a nonfiction book.
  • Amakute Hoshikute Torokeru Chuu started out as a web novel on Fuguriya's website before being adapted into the seventh game of the Sono Hanabira ni Kuchizuke wo series.

Blog

  • Scott Adams published a number of his blog posts in the Dilbert book.
  • How to Teach Physics to Your Dog started out this way
  • Cake Wrecks has produced a book, complete with a book tour (to which many fans brought cakes of their own).
  • Stuff White People Like started off as a blog and was made into a book.
  • Julie and Julia: blog=> book => movie with Meryl Streep. A big gap in that final step, made by the fact that Nora Ephron just didn't like the attitude she got off of Julie Powell from her blog.
  • Jump the Shark from the late website of the same name
  • Comic Book Legends Revealed from the blog Comics Should Be Good - half new items and half items already posted on the blog.
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