There’s got to be a better way to put my comic on the web.

The Grawlix CMS is a tool for comic artists

You’d rather draw than debug. We hear you. So we’re making a tool for webcomic artists — a tool for publishing sequential art online.


Most sites are what you call “random access.” Readers can jump from page to page in any order they want and tap any link they please.

We don’t think a comic page is exactly like a web page. Building a comic is more than slapping a graphic into a template. So we designed the Grawlix CMS specifically for sequential storytelling. Back/next is baked in. Pages are built around images. Archives are automatic. You edit your comic site with a CMS crafted for the job. And you get to work with a friendly bat.


We speak sequential

The Grawlix CMS encourages readers to tap from one page to the next, in order, by arranging its pages in a book. Site-wide navigation is secondary. This sequential nature means it can have great archives; automatic RSS; pages arranged by chapter, scene, story arc, epilogues, etc; themes that change per chapter; and other goodies specifically for comics.


  • Unparalleled archive controls: You decide how readers browse past pages.
  • Forward-thinking publish dates: Set pages to appear in the distant future! Or next Thursday. That’s good too.
  • Mobile-optimized themes: Responsive web designs work across a wide range of devices, from smartphones to laptops.
  • A hefty bulk image importer: Upload hundreds of images by FTP, add them as pages in a snap. Maybe two snaps.
  • Blog post and transcript per comic page: Share your thoughts of the day while you support search engines & screen readers.
  • Built-in “share this” buttons: Pick and choose your social media channels.
  • Markers to organize your story: Optionally indicate the beginnings of chapters, parts, scenes, guest art, etc
  • Did I mention that you can change color schemes per chapter? No? Well, you can thanks to a little CSS voodoo.
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