Webcomics are stories too!

What are yer favorite web comics everyone? I'm totally hooked to 'em, some of them have the BEST stories, or artwork, or whatever! Biggrin Share share!

  • http://www.somethingpositive.net is the story of Davan and his friends and their experiences in the theatre and out of it. Lots of sarcasm and droll humor I-m so happy
  • http://www.questionablecontent.net is about Marten and his many many lady friends, of whom he just can't seem to get with xD Laugh out loud hilarious with lots of obscure band references that you don't need to get in order to understand Wink
  • http://www.xkcd.com Stick figure art many times involving science and math, but you don't need either to appreciate the humor
  • http://www.rivalangels.com Wrestling rookies trying to get into the group known as the Rival Angels! Very sexy, action packed, and over all enjoyable even if you don't like wrestling I-m so happy
  • http://www.pholph.com This one is called Jack, and is about death and what happens after death, the creation of heaven, hell and purgatory. Perhaps the deepest comic I read and is absolutely captivating Smile
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I left descriptions out of those as you covered them already.

http://www.dieselsweeties.com pixelated robot love, it usually has a lot of topical humor and a loosely contiguous story line so even if you miss a few you're not totally lost.

http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/comic.php its about gamers and video games in general, absolutely hilarious.

http://www.lfgcomic.com is based one World of Warcraft, I think its based around the lore but I'm not positive. Richard, the warlock, is the funniest thing I've ever seen.

http://redstring.strawberrycomics.com is a girly, romance, manga-like comic revolving around several students and their relationships. The red string is meant to symbolize the red string of destiny. The new chapter artwork is always fabulous.

http://www.pennyandaggie.com is about high school girls that basically hate each other and are trying to sabotage one another's every move.

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Penny and Aggie sounds hilarious xD I might have to start reading that one :3
As for CAD, I tried to read it when I was in high school. I even got caught up. I just found it incredibly stupid and uninteresting after a while, but to each their definite own Wink

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QC was what got me started in the internet serial reading frenzy! Hooray for Faye!

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Of the above, I read questionable content, something positive, ctrlaltdel, red string and xkcd.

I also read...
www.dominic-deegan.com Seer with many many premonitions and all his ensuing adventures, with sidekick talking cat and very intellegent but lacking in self-esteem girlfriend.


www.bymoonalone.com This one is new, so I'm not entirely sure what exactly it's about. I know it's two kids making up a story, but...anyway, it's good art.

www.doomnstuff.com White noise, post-apocalyptic stuff. Aliens wrecked the planet, scientists are working on genetically mutated humans, who are outcasts of society and mostly shot on sight. Fun, right?

www.exiern.com Wizard transformed the warrior into a chick, chick/warrior captured wizard anyway and is transporting him to a very far away city. Many adventures ensue.

www.flipside.com Maytag is a confident woman who can do anything! But only when she has her costume on. Her girlfriend is an expert swordswoman, who has been sent on a training mission.

www.insertcredits.com tabletop gaming geeks are go! New comic.

www.marrymemovie.com singing star randomly marries a guy (named Guy) in the audience. Now they're waiting to see if they're actually legally married...and more importantly, could they live with each other if they are?

www.outtherecomic.com Follows sherry and miriam, who run a bar. John makes some excellent chili. Smile

www.punchanpie.net Angela is a short blond chick who loves toys. This is a spin-off from www.queenofwands.net, which was a slice of life comic following Kestrel.

www.PvPonline.com Follows the office life of the creators of the pvp magazine. Not much gaming content, but still excellent and frequently hilarious.

www.seraph-inn.com Inverloch is a completed tale. Acheron is a da'kor who falls in love with an elf. Unfortunately the lady is in love with her childhood mate, who dissappeared years ago. Acheron sets out to find him.
The phoenix requiem: Anya has a new, mysterious patient. With bullet-holes. Where did he come from? Why was he shot? What does he know? And why do people keep dying of what appears to be magic, when magic no longer exists?

www.straysonline.com Meela has just gotten her stick shelter built, and what happens but a man comes along and falls on it. The bugger.

www.userfriendly.com computer geek comic! This is how I found out about zork. And quake.

www.vgcats.com 'nother gaming comic. 1 strip gags.

www.geektragedy.com Casey dies but...doesn't go to heaven. He's stopped at the gate by an automated angel, who tells him to get into heaven he must help his friend gain a life, as said friend is no longer in the books because he's done nothing notable in a very long time.

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WOW xD How do you have the time to read all those?! And keep up?! I'd go nuts! Blum 3

I'm familiar with VGCats and QOW, but none of those others Blum 3 I'm interested in Geek Tragedy though, definitely I-m so happy Thanks!!

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only a few of them update every weekday, and even if they all updated every day, it would only take me about an half hour in the mornings to read them all. I usually read them when I first get up, while the kidlets are eating breakfast.

Now if only I could show the same devotion to my work-out plan.

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I am a huge, huge comix geek and have been since around age 3. My oldest child is now afflicted as well, and we both read online comix. My faves/regular reads are all on the Good Stuff page; going quickly down the list (go to the page for links):

--Phoenix Requiem, intriguing and beautifully drawn, and reminiscent of the History in terms of period inspirations;

--Red String, very sweet--A (from here) got me into it;

--Friendly Hostility, laugh-out-loud magical realist multi-generational story with dozens of characters;

--Juathuur, amazing artwork and great story about a girl who can walk between worlds and the gods she literally serves--OK, I confess I read it because I'm in love with Merlu;

--Alien Loves Predator, action-figure comic about NYC roommates Abe (Alien) and Preston (Predator), and freaking hilarious--Preston has bifocals;

--Lackadaisy, one of the most beautifully drawn and detailed comics on the web, if not the most, which means it doesn't update but once in a blue moon.

There are more, but those are my faves.

ETA: I forgot Crowfeathers! Which I love. Fan service. She has it.

Further ETA: The terrific SPQR Blues! Which is written/drawn by a really nice gal. And also Khaos Komix, which is funny, sad and sweet by turns.

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Haha nice, I'll take a look at some of those I-m so happy I'm not familiar with any of 'em but you make 'em all sound super interesting Biggrin Especially Juathurr, that one sounds fun Shocked Thanks!! Biggrin

PS: Jonathan Coulton won't eat your eyes. Smile

PPS: You should check out Jack if you enjoy some of the other-wordly kinds of stuff I-m so happy

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I am such a webcomic addict it's not even funny. Stop bringing more up for me to get hooked on!! *incurs severe drop in GPA* *flails ineffectively*

but yeah, Questionable Content, XKCD, Bunny, Penny and Aggie, Scary Go Round, Dreamland Chronicles, Phoenix Requiem, Girl Genius, Ctrl+Alt+Delete, and the Perry Bible Fellowship (discontinued! *cries*) are my favorites. I follow a bunch more because they are occasionally interesting.

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Hahahah xD How can you even follow so many and keep a decent GPA anyway?? Hahhah more power to you.

But if you don't mind gore (and you obv don't mind sex) you should REALLY check out Jack

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lfgcomic, Questionable Content, xkcd, and punchanpie already got covered? Dang. There goes half my list.

Better Days. Yes, it's furry. So's Mickey Mouse. No, there's no explicit sex...but he sells those if you want >.> Some of the panels are pretty thought provoking, and most of the rest are darn funny. The author develops as a storyteller over time, characterizes the mom better starting around page 25. 34 is a riot.

Order Of The Stick. Nice yarn drawing heavily on D&D with consistent art.

Another D&D tale, but a unique perspective and very endearing. The art improves and goes to full color shortly. Only problem is that the detailed art and coloring makes for slow updates when you catch up >.

Earthsong is a nice online graphic novel...like Goblins, the updates are very high-quality and well-written, but rare treats when they arrive. Sci-fi/Fantasy.

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You + suggestion of LFG = Interested Han
LFG + Wiki = LICD???

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then you drop the whole "Yeah, I'm in a distance relationship with a service member" thing. As intriguing as you are, there's some things that make me hesitant to even flirt too heavily. It's a respect thing.

But I saw LICD advertising on AE's top banner the other day and thought "Wow! Yeah. Perfect venue for them."

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Your respect with all that gains you about a billion points ^__^ And intrigues me more about you! ShockedBlum 3 No worries, no bad intentions and no issues dear. I'm a very affectionate person ^^;;

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you're just worried the boyfriend's armed...


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And unfortunately on the other side of the globe!!!!

....makes for a very lonely Han.... Sad D:
.........which is why I've read almost five years of LICD comics in two days, with 14 hours of work and 16 hours of sleep..... >__>;;

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He's a zoomie. Best they'd probably give him is a M9 (pistol). A M16 if it's a really good day.

I've actually never served, but have been close enough to have M9 weapons orientation from a crusty master sergeant.

"Cadets, this is what I call an OH SHIT weapon. Because if you have to use it, you're probably gonna die. But you'll take a few of them with you..."

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Sounds about right :3

And he's not a "zoomie", since only some 3% of the Air Force actually flies. He gets to play wif big guns Biggrin

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LFG is great. You won't be disappointed, especially if you like LICD, since it's Lar and Sohmer as well. LICD is good too, but it took it a while to grow on me.

I think you'd do well to check out Order of the Stick. IMO that's the best out there other than Penny Arcade for nerdly humor.

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*opens a new browser and opens the comix bookmark*

Already mentioned *closing tabs*...
QC, S*P, xkcd, OotS, Earthsong, Inverloch, Exiern, ctrl-alt-del, Jack, LFG, By Moon Alone, Marry Me, VG Cats, Lackadaisy.

Not mentioned. Eesh, there are a lot. Luckily most of them update only occasionally...

http://www.twolumps.net - the antics of two cats. High-larious.

http://nodwick.humor.gamespy.com/gamespyarchive/index.php - Nodwick is a henchman to an oddball adventuring party.

http://headtripcomics.comicgenesis.com - ranges between lots of subjects. Similar drawing style to QoW. Doesn't update very often Sad

http://www.forthewicked.net/ - takes fairytales, twists them, and puts them into one story. Doesn't update very often Sad

http://www.wayfarersmoon.com/ - beautifully drawn fantasy

http://www.terinu.com/ - beautifully drawn sci-fi

http://www.misfile.com/ - a misfit angel is in charge of the filing in heaven. One day he gets high and accidentally puts two peoples files in the wrong place. Now he has to fix it before he gets caught. The catch is, he's been thrown out of heaven for the moment.

http://www.shadowgirlscomic.com/ - Cthulu-esk style comic.

http://www.wtfcomics.com/ - based on the EverQuest games.

http://www.thewotch.com/ - a witchy girl tries to get through a normal life. Has a bad habit of turning her male friends into females.

http://yume.rosalarian.com/ - in the artists own words "a lesbian webcomic"

http://bardsworth.com/ - teenager goes through a door in his closet and ends up enrolled in a school for wizards.

http://comics.cyberneticevilstudios.com/ - interesting futuristic comic done in a flash format.

http://www.insideoutcomic.com/ - remember the Farside comics? Well, these are close.

http://www.actiontrip.com/comics/at_comic282.phtml - similar to VG cats and ctrl-alt-del in that there are a lot of game references.

http://www.godspack.com/ - set in a celtic style past. Wolves are given powers by the gods. Interesting so far.

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http://www.megatokyo.com I can't believe this one hasn't been listed yet, I think it is awesome. Piro and Largo are stick in Japan following a botched try at getting into E3 and their adventures since.
http://www.penny-arcade.com another one that I love. Comics on anything ranging from gaming to cons to gaming news, anything is fodder for Gabe and Tycho.
http://www.applegeeks.com another awesome comic. Hawk, Jason, Alice, Gina and Eve's adventures.

Some already listed that I read are Questionable Content, OOtS, LFG, I used to read WTF but stopped after I moved and couldn't find it again, oh well.

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They've been updating sporadically. You have a link now. If you have any time it's a pretty quick catch up. Not like the one I forgot to mention because I'm still catching up on it. WTF currently has 324(?) comics. Drowtales has 12 chapters with each chapter averaging around 50 pages. I'm just starting chapter 3. And I'm doing this because I fell out of reading for over a year before I picked it up somewhere again, and couldn't remember where I had left off >.

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The main thing I find sad about this thread is that there are no comics I haven't already looked at that arent blocked on my work computer, and that about the only one I could add to the list is Mystic Revolution http://www.mysticrev.com/index.php . (well sluggy, but that was where my web addiction started, and might be a bit much to catch up on for anyone that isn't already a sluggite.)

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But I like them rather a lot

http://www.drmcninja.com/ - Everything you could possibly want in a webcomic. Ninjas, pirates, banditos, dinosaurs, zombies, ghosts, Ronald McDonald, Paul Bunyan, robots. Excess piled on excess, with lots of funny bits and explosions. Also, occasional ponderings on the contradiction inherent to being a ninja and a doctor (and Irish?).

http://www.irregularwebcomic.net/ - One of the most regularly updated webcomics ever. If you like legos, nerdery (in many flavors), and very long webcomics, this is a good place to go.

http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/index2.php - Gunnerkrigg Court is a great fantasy story. I had to stop just short of capitalizing those last three words. I think that's about all I have to say. It's worth at least trying out.

http://www.smbc-comics.com/ - "This bear tastes alive?" Absurd humor abounds in the single-panel Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal. Some of the jokes get reused, and some of the jokes are more horrifying than funny, but I think the moments of hilarity are worth it.

http://www.asofterworld.com/ - These photocomics always manage to disturb me, and they always manage to make me laugh. No stories here, except the ones you imagine. Still, one of my very very favorites.

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Okay, apparently we all have rather similar tastes, since every webcomic I regularly read has been listed already. I could name a few that haven't been mentioned yet, but only by listing webcomics I'm at least two months behind on.

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And list a comic I am current on that hasn't been listed yet.
Too Much Information The style takes some getting used to, but his humour just plain works for me.

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QC readers probably know about it already, but

www.wastedtalent.ca is omg AWESOME. It's just a slice of life comic, but it made me laugh out loud more times than I can count, to the point where hubby was getting annoyed! Very very cute artwork and one very adorable couple. Smile

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Well since a lot of the ones I read have been listed (LFG, QC, VG Cats, Dominic Deegan [which is very funny], Girl Genius, Yu Me Dream, Mistic Rev, Mega Tokyo) I will look and see what I can add.

http://www.egscomics.com/ or El Goonish Shive is a comic about Tedd and the crazyness that happens in his life. It can be silly and funny.

http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.html Sequentialart has some of the funniest stuff I have read, there has been times I almost shot my drink at the monitor from laughting to hard.

http://www.sincomics.com/ Sins is about the personifications of the primary sins, they change every now and then and they have some funny storylines.

http://www.bigheadpress.com/lamuse I about Susan LaMuse who is an alien born and living on earth, and admits to the people of earth that she is not from here and is trying to change the world.

http://www.aliendice.com/ Is a story about Chel and Lexx, Lexx is from off of earth and is trying to catch Alien Dice. It's a good story I recommend it.

http://www.drunkduck.com/Bad_Guy_High/index.php?p=163369 Now this one is full of gags and referances to other shows/comics out in main stream. It is about Evan and his attenpt about being the best supervillian the world has seen. It is highly recommended for the humor.

http://www.drunkduck.com/I_Was_Kidnapped_By_Lesbian_Pirates_From_Outer_S... Is by the creator of Yu+Me Dream and is full of comedy.

I think I will stop there otherwise I will overload everyone with to much to read.

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A star indicates a comic that I could not live without. The ones I currently read (and check on a daily basis) are:

F-Minus: http://www.comics.com/comics/fminus/index.html
- A syndicated comic that's a little like the Far Side (but only a little).
Brevity: http://www.comics.com/comics/brevity/
- Another syndicated comic that's a little like the Far Side (but only a little).
Toothpaste for Dinner: http://www.toothpastefordinner.com/
- Terrible, terrible artwork, but really pretty funny observational humor
Candi: http://www.candicomics.com/
- A cute, girly story comic.
Sorcery 101: http://sorcery101.net/
- Realistic world, complete with vampires and werewolves, living their lives almost like normal people.
Too Much Information: http://tmi-comic.com/
- Unusual, computer rendered artwork.
Imaginary Friends: http://www.imaginaryfriendscomic.com/
- Adorable comic about a Dad who can see his son's imaginary friends. The artist also writes stories for kids.
Red String: http://redstring.strawberrycomics.com/
- Manga-like comic about high school kids.
*XKCD: http://xkcd.com/
- "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language."
*Least I Could Do: http://www.leasticoulddo.com/
- All about the sexin's, in a very funny way.
Cyanide and Happiness: http://explosm.net/comics/new/
- Written by a kid in high school, it's not for the easily offended, but it is pretty funny.
Scandal Sheet: http://scandalsheet.comicgenesis.com/
- Stopped updating for a while, but it's back!
Cat and Girl: http://www.catandgirl.com/
- For literary geeks. If you don't read, you might not get it, but it's awesome!
*El Goonish Shive: http://www.elgoonishshive.com/
- High school kids, but a lot of weird stuff happens to them.
Scary Go Round: http://www.scarygoround.com/
- Written by a British guy. Funny and quirky.
Sluggy Freelance: http://www.sluggy.com/
- Story comic. Lots of weird stuff happens to these guys too.
Order of the Stick: http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf.html
- Dungeons and Dragons comic, done entirely with stick figures from inside the game.
Diesel Sweeties: http://www.dieselsweeties.com/
- Pixelated romance comic about Indie music, among other things. Lots of robots.
*Sinfest: http://www.sinfest.net/
- Just awesome. A whole range of story lines and characters that represent the extremes in life.
Abel and Baker : http://jimburgessdesign.com/comics/
- Follows some cute animals in a test lab.
*Rob and Elliot: http://www.robandelliot.cycomics.com/
- Ridiculous, but only updates once or twice a week.
Unshelved: http://www.unshelved.com/
- A comic about a library.
Striptease: http://www.stripteasecomic.com/
- Really, really good artwork. The story is about some people who make a comic book.
User Friendly: http://ars.userfriendly.org/
- Syndicated and geeky.
*Perry Bible Fellowship: http://pbfcomics.com/
- Hasn't updated in a while, but the archives will have you rolling on the floor laughing. One of the best comics ever.
*Calvin and Hobbes: http://www.gocomics.com/calvinandhobbes/
- Runs you through the history of Bill Watterson's work about a six year old boy and his stuffed tiger Hobbes. Used to be syndicated, and I hope you've at least seen some of it.
*Something Positive: http://www.somethingpositive.net/
- The story of Davan and his friends. Perhaps slightly autobiographical, and really funny (in a dry sort of way).
Foxtrot: http://www.foxtrot.com/
- Syndicated, only updates Sundays. The story of a family.
Get Fuzzy: http://www.comics.com/comics/getfuzzy/
- Syndicated. A man lives with his dog and cat, who are really more like naive and sarcastic roommates, respectively.
Dilbert: http://dilbert.com/
- Syndicated. For every engineer ever to work in a cubicle.
VG Cats: http://www.vgcats.com/comics/
- If you only read one, it should be this one: http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=151
*Penny Arcade: http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/
- Probably the best comic about video games ever written.
Bunny: http://www.frozenreality.co.uk/comic/bunny/
- ...just weird.
Ctrl-Alt-Del: http://www.cad-comic.com/comic.php
- Video game comic, but with really funny characters. The story line has recently taken a turn for the more serious, though.
*Questionable Content: http://questionablecontent.net/
- My first webcomic, and still one of the funniest ones I've found. The story of Martin, a nice guy that likes Indie music, and all of the women he meets.
General Protection Fault: http://www.gpf-comics.com/
- Another geek comic (as you may have gathered from the name) with a pretty good story line.
*Out There: http://outtherecomic.com/
- One of my more recent finds, the characters are interesting, and it's always, always funny.
*Punch an' Pie: http://www.punchanpie.net/cgi-bin/autokeenlite.cgi
- Awesome artwork (drawn by the guy who does Striptease), and a really funny story (written by the girl who used to do Queen of Wands).
Queen of Wands: http://www.queenofwands.net/ - Doesn't update anymore, but the archives of this story comic are worth a read.
Overcompensating: http://www.overcompensating.com/
- Hilarious blog comic. I'm still working my way through the extensive archives, but I love them.
Indie Tits: http://www.indietits.com/
- Updates sporadically (very sporadically), and a little stupid, but kind of funny.
Multiplex: http://www.multiplexcomic.com/
- All about the goings on in a movie theater. Definitely a goofy comic.
Misfile: http://www.misfile.com/
- A guy who is really into cars wakes up one morning to find that he's a girl.
Afterstrife: http://www.afterstrife.com/
- Not sure if I like it or not yet, but I've started reading it.
Copper: http://www.boltcity.com/copper/
- Adorable and meaningful. Updates monthly.
Octopus Pie: http://www.octopuspie.com/
- A new read for me. Interesting characters.
Bardsworth Academy: http://www.bardsworth.com/
- Silly, but fun.
The Book of Biff: http://www.thebookofbiff.com/
- Exploring all the wackier things in life, Biff just doesn't seem to be able to get the hang of day to day living.
Sore Thumbs: http://www.sorethumbsonline.com/
- About a video game store, but run like a TV show.
*Calamities of Nature: http://www.calamitiesofnature.com/
- This one is new to me, but it's really grown on me.
Garfield Minus Garfield: http://garfieldminusgarfield.tumblr.com/
- Old Garfield comics with no one in them but Jon Arbuckle. Funny sometimes, but a little depressing if you read them all at once.
Pictures of Sad Children: http://picturesforsadchildren.com/
- Cute, and weird. This one is about a guy that dies, and his ghost has some issues readjusting to life in a really cute way.
*Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal: http://www.smbc-comics.com/ - This one had me rolling on the ground laughing as soon as I started reading it. When nothing else can make me laugh, I go here. They're just these one panel comics that are utterly hilarious.
PVP: http://www.pvponline.com/ - Another video game/nerd comic.

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So, a long time ago, I read this one webcomic. It was one of my favorites, but then my laptop got stolen and it wasn't bookmarked anywhere else, and now I can't remember what it was called. It was about these two guys that lived together (and were sort of involved). One was just referred to as Boss, and he was tall and blond and wanted to rule the world. The other had a name that started with an F that I can no longer remember, and he was darker and had these thick eyebrows and a hook nose. There was a demon that they found in a closet or behind the refrigerator or something that they just called Demon. They met this girl named Anne on their college campus, who was a lot younger than them. They nicknamed her Boots, and she hung out with them a lot (and maybe even lived with them).

The one strip that I remember most clearly took place when the two guys were out of town, and Boots had a key to their apartment, and went over while they were gone. She started dancing around in her underpants singing Bob Segar's "Old Time Rock n' Roll", using a broom handle for a microphone until, in the final frame, the Demon walked in on her. It was a great comic and I loved it, but I can't find it. Do any of you know what that could be (or how I could find out)? I would really like to get back into reading it. Thanks!

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FRIENDLY HOSTILITY!! My favoritest! "Boss" is Fox's nickname for his boyfriend Collin. We haven't seen much of Demon lately, and Bootsy/Anne went away to college. They didn't meet Anne in college, she was the high school-age sister of a guy Collin played poker with; he won her as a slave! In fact, I don't think Fox and Collin went to college, though I could be wrong. It is a HILARIOUS strip that you have to start from the beginning, before Fox and Collin are even born. It just gets funnier and funnier over time. The author is certifiable and I love her.

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Don't for get http://boymeetsboy.keenspot.com/. It's a completed comic by the same artist in the same canon. It focuses on a different cast, but Collin & Fox show up part way through amidst the hilarity. FH basically picks up where their storyline left off in BmB. Definitely worth a read.

Other webcomics I read...
Mentioned already: GIRL GENIUS (tied with the History for favorite online fiction) & Buck Godot, xkcd, penny & aggie, two lumps, sluggy freelance (grandfather of webcomics, but not as good as it used to be), dominic deegan (awesome!), questionable content, queen of wands, something positive, marry me, crowfeathers, bardsworth, el goonish shive, bunny, candi

Not yet mentioned (or I missed it if it was)...
Narbonic (SO VERY GOOD, hilarious female mad scientist, her evil intern, and the recent computer science grad they hire for tech support. completed.) - http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/narbonic/series.php?view=a...
College Roomies From Hell - http://www.crfh.net/
Devil's Panties (not satanic porn!) - http://www.thedevilspanties.com/
Kevin & Kell (furry For Better Or For Worse) - http://www.kevinandkell.com/
Sheldon (12 y.o. boy internet billionaire, his grandpa, his duck, and the duck's son, a lizard) - http://www.sheldoncomics.com/
Wapsi Square - http://www.wapsisquare.com/
Digger (unfortunately, only the first couple chapters and the most recent page are free, but it's so very worth it. The main character is a very practical, sarcastic wombat. So good!) - http://www.graphicsmash.com/comics/digger.php
8-Bit Theatre - http://www.nuklearpower.com/daily.php?date=010302
ZAP! - http://zapinspace.com/d/20030713.html

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I have been looking for that comic strip for upwards of a year, and no one else has known what I was talking about. Clearly I simply did not ask the right person. Thank you!

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I so totally adore FH and I love it when other people are into it. Smile

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let's see, most of my regulars have been mentioned already, but here are a few from my folder that haven't yet:

9 Chickweed Lane - http://www.comics.com/comics/chickweed/index.html
Goats - http://www.goats.com/
Girl Genius - http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20021104
Errant Story - http://www.errantstory.com/
Nodwick - http://nodwick.humor.gamespy.com/gamespyarchive/index.php
Full Frontal Nerdity - http://nodwick.humor.gamespy.com/gamespyarchive/index.php

Yes, I'm a gamer.

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Found a new read (well an old one, but new to me)


Lost Child's picture

but afaics these were not yet mentioned:

- The Abominable Charles Christopher (http://horhaus.com/abominable/): Beautifully drawn, funny and sad. Updates only once a week. Read it, read it read it!!
- Anders loves Maria (http://anderslovesmaria.reneengstrom.com/): Kind of a love story. Very interesting character development, imo.
- Kate Beaton (http://katebeaton.com/Site/Welcome.html): Random, mostly about history. Hilarious, imo.
- Xylia (http://www.xyliatales.com/): Fantasy love story. Beautiful art but slow story due to slow updates. Nevertheless worth a read.

Apart from these I regularly read and love OOTS, Gunnerkrigg Court, QC, SGR, xkcd, PA, Goblins and all that other good stuff.

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I was happy to see that I have read or am still reading a lot of these. ^_^ S*P, QC, EGS, Red String, Misfile, the random pretty one's that hardly ever update... The other sex comic by the Penny and Aggie author, Menage a 3 is sexy and funny. My husband finds it hilarious.

But I was even more excited to see that a have a few to add (unless I missed them). These are the good one's out of those.

Boy on a Stick and Slither (http://www.boasas.com/index.php)
-A little comic with simple art, but a fantastic sense of weird humor. It's sort of philosophical in my opinion and I

Blip (http://blipcomic.com/index.php?strip_id=1&PHPSESSID=e0d13aa74166fdd362bf...)
-One of my favs, even though it's a bit short. I'm really enjoying the current off-beat romance. It updates and it has beautiful watercolors.

Alien Dice (http://aliendice.com/)
-I'm not sure how _good_ this comic acctually is, but when read in long chunks it's a decent story. And I mean story. You get more out of the written script posted below then is captured in the drawings. It's really frustrating once you catch up, but if anyone out there would enjoy it or wants to just sit and read something new for hours on end, this is the comic for you. it's been around for years!

Zombie Hunters (http://www.thezombiehunters.com/index.php)
-I don't like horror unless it's really good. This is really good. The art is awesome, but it's still got gore and creepiness, and lots of zombies.

Inhuman (http://hekshano.com/index.php)
-And finally, Inhuman. It messes with your mind in a good way. Insanity and other serious issues. I like it.

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Almost every comic I read has already been covered...didn't see this one, though:

Crimson Dark www.davidcsimon.com
Digitally drawn with lots of pretty explosions and very intriguing characters--follows the mismatched crew of a privateer which can't seem to keep out of trouble.

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is that anytime I'm in the mood, I can browse around, often from someone's link list and pretty quickly find something to lose an hour. Actually, that may also be the worst thing about webcomics...

www.schlockmercenary.com - updates daily. Very funny, sometimes biting space opera, starring a mad scientist, his clone, an omnipotent omniscient AI named Petey and the lasgun toting carbosilicate amorph of the title. Used to have snake-like lawyers, until Schlock got permission to kill them all...

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The ones I consistently read as they update:
Least I could do: www.licd.com About the life & antics of Rayne Summers
Looking for group: www.lfgcomic.com A fantasy story about Cale'anon and company (especially Richard, he's very good at drawing attention to himself Blum 3 )
The Phoenix Requiem: http://requiem.seraph-inn.com/ A fantasy story set in a Victorian-era world.

There are also about 30 other webcomics I check every few weeks, but that list is a little too long to post.

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*blink* OK, I'm sure half of my list was already listed, but I GUESS I haven't seen here nor in Good stuff:

http://www.honeysyn.net/ Honeydew syndrome - first webcomic I actively followed and even bought a copy
http://www.daniellecorsetto.com/gws.html good to start your day with GWS (and Garfield) - updated weekdaily Biggrin
http://starfightercomic.com/MAIN.html Uh, bumper more like ;P
http://www.freakangels.com/ post-apocalyptic, ESPers and what do we do now?
http://vampirates.comicgenesis.com Canadian vampire pirates... better than it sounds Biggrin
http://cygnusx.wigner.bme.hu/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=170175 blastwavecomic - when I found it it was dead already, but interesting thing to read
http://paperfangs.com/brink/ Uh, kind of forgot where I finished this one...
http://ceilingwalkers.smackjeeves.com/ uh, I can't say I Like it, just.. can't stop reading. It's crazy. Literally.
http://thedusk.smackjeeves.com/ I adore that one. I guess I liked it ever before HoneySyn, but it was on hiatus then.
http://themdudes.smackjeeves.com/ side story to another story she's making. I can't wait until she gets her other comic back on.
http://allinyourhead.smackjeeves.com/ If you ever thought Temmin is clueless... Makes me fall of the chair laughing.
http://relicwebcomic.smackjeeves.com/ seems on hiatus now, but nice to read.
http://scorch.smackjeeves.com/ Scortch is PRICELESS. A must-read I'd say.

http://avatar.smackjeeves.com/ this one will re-load, but I'm really waiting for it.

OK, last two are biased, because I know the authors:
http://beasthunt.smackjeeves.com/ hmm, action-comedy kind of? Recently started.
http://seclusioninn.thewebcomic.com This one has just been re-vamped and is made by a stupid geek who reads to many webcomics instead of working on her own. I mean, above is not even a full list 0o Anyway you're welcome to drop and say hello to yours truly Smile

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I read on a constant basis 99% of the comics that have already been listed here. I find a new comic read the archives to the present then check the links page (if there is one) and see if theres anything on there i havent read. cut, copy, paste, etc. etc. you get the idea. well last week i was re-reading the Sam and Fuzzy archives (because i am a glutton for punishment but at least it wasn't the sluggy archives anywho) and found a new comic in the links page. Platinum Grit........which turned out to be a hilarious and awesome. I read the archives in a few hours. Then found out the author releases in Chapters. Basicaly like 50-60 pages once every 2-6 months. And its good enough that i'm willing to wait for them to put the time and effort into an excelent comic. If thats their process i'm all for it. so check out www.platinumgrit.com (Warning may contain invisible demons, alien go-go dancers, indecipherable scottish accents, and a very very german man.)

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Charby the Vampirate, cuz it's good...The art's rough in teh beginning, but gets better...I love the characters, there's a jillion of them.

No Rest For the Wicked is pretty awesomes too. It's a nice twist on the fairytales that we love and know, and the art isn't bad either. Not like crazy awesome, but very palatable.

RADIOACTIVE PANDA. OMG. Even if it discontinued.

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This is one a friend linked me, and it's actually fairly entertaining. It's about a girl who travels back to the revolutionary war whilst she's sleeping, but she spends her waking days back in modern times.

I'm mostly a fan of the period garb, it's quite accurate XD.


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Ohhh, I'm a fan of that one, too! Not necessarily of the heroine, but it's pretty enough that I don't mind her too much.

Also, I

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Already talked about:
Questionable Content, XKCD, Ctrl+Alt+Del, Least I Could Do, Looking for Group, Red String, Marry Me Movie, VGCats, Geek Tragedy, Misfile, Penny-Arcade, Dr McNinja, Candi, Cyanide and Happiness, Striptease, The Book of Biff, Sore Thumbs, 8-Bit Theatre, Errant Story, Xylia, Girls with Slingshots, Freak Angels, Menage a 3

Chugworth Academy - The strip revolves around the lives of four teenagers, two of whom attend Chugworth Academy, an elite prep school. The tone of the strip runs heavily towards sexual situations and fanservice.(Wikipedia) Hasn't Updated since 9/19/08

What Is Deep Fried - Deep Fried is a comic book/comic strip specializing in untouchable comedy subjects. Also the website for "Weapon Brown" an amalgamation of your favorite sunday paper funnies in a futuristic world.

Geist Panik - A supernatural Comedy about a girl who was possessed and gains the Ability to see and hunt ghosts.

Captain SNES - Captain SNES is a webcomic that acts as a sequel to the television series Captain N: The Game Master and parodies both the standard conventions of videogames as well as that of other sprite comics.

Sketchies - Six broken people in a college sequential art program try to forge a career, build up a body of work, and unbreak themselves.

Piled Higher and Deeper - Piled Higher and Deeper is a webcomic written and drawn by Jorge Cham, now a mechanical engineering instructor at Caltech, which follows the lives of several grad students.

Snafu Comics - A website that hosts a number of comics.

  • My Panda - It updates daily, each time describing a panda,it's likes, dislikes, and other things relating to it.
  • Naruto - 20 years have passed since Naruto fought the Akatsuki, and now, the shinobi of all countries enjoy a new era of "well earned peace". The ninja wars are over, and even the new leader of Otogakure appears to be an ally of Konoha now...but, there are others who can't forgive, others who won't trust this new "peace"...
  • Digital Purgatory - The name refers to the idea that we live in a 'Digital' age and that technology has made things worse, not better, by causing people to rely heavily upon it, so much so that they have become grossly incompetent and lazy.
  • Brain Dead - A new comic centered around a zombie apocalypse with a man named Zack as the main character.
  • Bunny With - Note: Can be disturbing... Updates everyday, each time showing an armless bunny with something else, hence the name, Bunnywith.
  • Grim Tales From Down Below - The comic is a crossover of sorts based off the TV show The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy the movie The Nightmare Before Christmas and the comic book Spawn. The story centered around the Grim family and their two children.
  • TIN - Tin, whose name is an acronym for "The Incompetent Ninja", is an assassin who is dangerous to everyone except his intended targets.
  • Sugar Bits - Sugar Bits is a manga-styled series created by Bleedman. Although its plot, characters and locations are entirely original, they do seem to draw inspiration from nursery rhymes such as The Gingerbread Man and Little Bo Peep.
  • Snafu - The strip has two main characters, Dave and Travis, and the two characters originally spent much of their time playing and commenting on video games, forming the basis of the humor in the strip.
  • Sticky Floors - Sticky Floors focuses on the mildly humorous situations of a group of friends. The jokes are usually of a sophomoric sexual nature, but do span across other kinds of humor, ranging from racial naivety to jokes based around a character's incompetence.
  • PowerPuff Girls Doujinshi - The comic is a crossover of sorts based on the TV show The Powerpuff Girls, though finding Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup slightly older and now going to school in a fictional neighboring city of Townsville known as Megaville.
  • Ever After - Everafter is a dark fictional crossover between various fairy tales and nursery rhymes. It focuses on a mentally disturbed Little Red Riding Hood, an inmate at the "Everafter Maximum Security Asylum and Home for the Fantastically Traumatized," a mental institution in the fictional realm of Grimmoire.
  • A few others I don't keep up with - Titan Sphere, Training Wheels, Invader Zim, Soul Frontier, Forgotten Tower, and King of Fighters

Antiseptic Poetry - Antiseptic Poetry is a comedy webcomic about a girl named Sunflower "Kate" Black and her roommate Aggie Wakeman.

Stray Crayons -Follow the lives of two girls, one a homeless waif, the other a struggling, abused heroin addict, trying to make something better of their lives.

Beliar - Diji has deep red feline eyes, does not consume food and takes daily blood transfusions to sustain her frail health. She is also avoided by everyone at school like the plague, including her boyfriend that denies their relationship in public. Even after all that, she is surprisingly optimistic. To Diji every day is a new day.

Slightly Damned - The story follows the adventures of Rhea Snaketail (a Jakkai), Buwaro (a fire demon), Kieri Suizahn (an angel), and Thadius (Buwaro’s “pet” rock).

Star Cross'd Destiny - It follows the anti-hero Juno, and her friends, outcasts from society forced to band together to survive.

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darn you...exam tomorrow, I should be studying. Instead, I'm plowing through sketchies...

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But you know that the best way to prepare for an exam is to study well before hand and rest the night before, right? Well, I did neither of those... But no worries, because that was my last grad school exam! Only this stupid paper left... Banghead

TheBoy's picture


and good luck on the paper. Took my last exam (besides "the big one") ever today.

Frog Princess's picture


Awesome comic, now all the arhives are free to read here:

The story is engrossing and defies description. Involves dead gods, oracular slugs and a wombat heroine.

Capriox's picture


I second, third, fourth, and then some this recommendation. It's lovely black & white, and the storytelling and characterization are phenomenal, in part because the story is so very unique.

Tunnel Seventeen!

GreenGlass's picture


I can't believe I forgot this!


Weird shit, in a good way. I can't get into it completely, but it's really trippy.

I no longer know where I found it, but there was also this really weird, irreverant, and probably offensive finished webcomic I read once with some awesome layouts. You scroll sideways for a really long time, or suddenly fall down the page with a character, or it's kind of maze like... it didn't use a lot of words either. So it had to be sort of primal, right? Smile It was about this little king who lost his crown and got lost, these two soldiers who get into a big dick competition, a camel who lusts for intercourse with humans...

Words are not cutting it. But anyway, it was classic. Talk about being ashamed to admit you've read something. XD I thought I might as well put it here, if it went anywhere!

Shade's picture


Rice Boy is so beautiful :).

Also, damn, I've got finals and I shouldn't be reading webcomics X_X.

MeiLin's picture

Most High

That was one of the strangest and most touching comics I've ever read.

Amy's picture


All this lovely comic madness

I did not see any of these listed so here they are

Clan Of The Cats - http://clanofthecats.com/cotc/cotc-cominghome/ Were-beasts, magic, sibling rivalry & a quest for both normalcy & the end of a family curse, are coupled with some great art work, & a lot of humour when it's most needed.

Chasing the Sunset - http://www.fantasycomic.com/index.php?p=c1 Elves, A Dragon, Pixies, great art, & lots of campy fun. Make this a great way to giggle through just about any day imo.

The Wandering Ones - http://www.wanderingones.com/D/20000408.html OK Plague has killed off most of the population of the earth. The US has restructured itself into several different societies New Age "indians" follow a rather spiritual path that works well for them & those they take in & train. Great story telling in an epic novel kind of way.

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www.darthsanddroids.net - It's Star Wars as if it was a roleplaying campaign. I don't even know much about RPG's, but this makes me laugh out loud. At the bottom of each strip the author explains something about the campaign, or the mechanics of the game, or just something interesting, and it makes it easier to figure out. It updates Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, just to be different. Blum 3

Gudy's picture


... that recommendation. If you like PnP role playing games and Star Wars, and especially if you think that Ep. 1 through 3 sucked more ass than strictly necessary, this is a must read. And if not, it's still pretty darned funny. Smile

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