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* [http://www.law.duke.edu/cspd/comics/zoomcomic.html Bound by Law?] is an example of a comic published under a [http://creativecommons.org/ Creative Commons] license. This does not quite qualify as [[Definition|free content]], however, due to the non-commercial clause that has been selected on the license used.
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*[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:WikiWorld_by_Greg_Williams WikiWorld] by Greg Williams is a free comic that highlights a few of the fascinating but little-known articles in the vast Wikipedia archives.
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*[http://geekz.co.uk/lovesraymond Everybody loves Eric Raymond] is a free (CC-BY-SA) webcomic created and published "in a regular but sporadic fashion", using only free software.

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  • WikiWorld by Greg Williams is a free comic that highlights a few of the fascinating but little-known articles in the vast Wikipedia archives.
  • Everybody loves Eric Raymond is a free (CC-BY-SA) webcomic created and published "in a regular but sporadic fashion", using only free software.