Dwarf Fortress webcomics
Dwarf Fortress, due to a combination of its insane level of complexity and minimal artistic depiction, attracted the attention of various webcomic writers and artists - detail-minded folk, often attracted to games, and with very active imaginations. These webcomic 'strippers have immortalized Dwarf Fortress, sometimes as individual episodes in their ongoing webstrips, sometimes as brand new webcomics devoted entirely to Dwarf Fortress.
- 1 Graphic sagas
- 2 Ongoing Dwarf Fortress webcomics
- 3 One-Off Dwarf Fortress webcomics
- 4 Individual webcomics
- 5 Defeated Webcomics
- 6 Related pages
The Littlest Cheesemaker
Losing Is Fun
Oilfurnace is another Dwarf Fortress illustrated saga by Tim Denee, and printed in the July 2010 issue of PCPowerplay magazine, an Australian gamer mag, making it the first Dwarf Fortress comic in print. (Warning: contains minor spoilers)
Adventures of Likot Udendeb
Adventures of Likot Udendeb is an illustrated, interactive saga originating from Russian Dwarf Fortress-centered imageboard DFach. The story is written and illustrated by several anonymous contributors based on suggestions of the imageboard's users. Starting as a story of one completely ordinary dwarf and his cruel fate of being the hero, it eventually evolved into an epic saga with multiple arcs, various characters and global setting that's loosely based on Dwarf Fortress game mechanics rich with DF-related memes and influence of general Russian imageboard culture. Permanently in indefinite state of being written/frozen and is being translated (badly) from Russian with a certain lag. Admired for its flexible storyline and several animated episodes.
Matul Remrit (Bravemule)
Matul Remrit is a tale of a band of dregs who struggle to build their new home amidst strife, internal politics, and a scourge of elf attacks.
Thabostobok A fully illustrated comic based on a DF game session.
Bridgedflickered Apparently, a chronicle among many others....of the comically-flavoured strivings of the title fortress and its populace.
Ongoing Dwarf Fortress webcomics
Ongoing webcomics primarily about Dwarf Fortress.
Revenge of the FUN
Revenge of the FUN is a recently rebirthed comic series with an outrageous and ever-growing plotline. IT'S BACK!
The Chronicles of Boatmurdered
Dwarf Fortress: Histories of...*
Dwarf Fortress: Histories of...* is a DF chronicle with art and story by Elthar. The webcomic began in July 2010 and died after six pages.
Effigies is a character-driven world-building webcomic by Fault, based on Dwarf Fortress Adventure Mode. The comic began in November 2009 and was ongoing, updating on a rough weekly schedule. It currently lays dormant.
Lord of the Dwarfs
Lord of the Dwarfs is a webcomic produced by Dawn Somewhere about a group of dwarves attempting to find their way back to their fortress after an unusual encounter with HFS
One-Off Dwarf Fortress webcomics
Ongoing webcomics that are not primarily about Dwarf Fortress, but which have a few Dwarf Fortress episodes. The relevant strips are linked to here.
Has a few Dwarf Fortress comics, more popular in the Paradox community 
Created this comic about the game's motto, "losing is fun" : http://twistedspeedo.com/?p=478
Three Panel Soul
This sequel comic to MacHall gives us five Dwarf Fortress strips, On Dwarven Fortresses, On Trade Goods, On Mixed Economies, and On Learning Curve. Illustrated DF patch notes. The first three comics deal with typical Dwarf Fortress fun, such as catsplosion, stereotypical dwarven literal-mindedness, and the Dwarven economy. The fourth concerns a new player's introduction to the game.
The Dwarf Fortress comics were so popular, they spawned a related t-shirt (see picture on right).
A series of one-off, irregularly updated panel-style comics using altered ASCII graphics.
- Noble Mandates
- Selecting a Site
- Artifact Rope
- Send in the Clowns
- Creepy Forest
- Noble Rain
- Interrupted by Peacock & Dwarf Road Song
Webcomics done by an individual that does not maintain their own regular ongoing webcomic or site, organized by artist/author if known. Links may become unusable unless these webcomics are archived!
Creator of the infamous Cheese Engraver comic posted at the top of the page, as well as this one: Miner Cancels Drink.
These are links to comics that once were, but now are not. They are lost in the great wasteland of The Barren 404 Desert.
PixelPainted A Dwarf Fortress Adventure is a flash comic by Glyphgryph, and based on a Choose Your Own Adventure-style suggestion thread. The webcomic began in September 2009 and is currently on hiatus.
Dead: December 2014
Strike the Earth!
Strike the Earth! by Ran was begun in November 2009, this comic tells the epic story of the Sunderclasp. The Dwarfs hit the usual stumbling blocks of being in a sinister terrain, including facing undead wildlife.
Dead: December 2014
I'm Not Mad
A 3D model comic with three Dwarf Fortress strips, Dwarf Fortress: Overachiever,Dwarf Fortress: Work Music, and Dwarf Fortress: Suspicion. The first comic deals with Hidden Fun Stuff, while the second deals with tantrums.
Dead: July/August 2015
Dwarven Trail: A Dwarf Fortress Comic is a sprite comic by Matthew (Opirian) Tracy. It uses RPG Maker VX for the graphics, which mimics some of the popular Dwarf Fortress graphic sets. It follows the journey and establishment of a new fortress. Urist is a recurring character.