member, 288 posts
Fri 30 Mar 2012
at 16:33
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
A Girl and her Fed (http://www.agirlandherfed.com/) A cute comic about peple who can see ghosts and the secret agents that think she's a terrorist
Between Failures (http://betweenfailures.net/) Life of a bunch of store clerks.
Bittersweet Candy Bowl (http://www.bittersweetcandybowl.com/) Furry coming of age comic, someone take the angst bat away form the author.
Drowtales (http://www.drowtales.com/) It has drow and adventure and they're not Drizzt clones...read it heathens!
Grrl Power (http://www.grrlpowercomic.com/) Female superheroines featuring a geeky comicbook store girl with a strange art case...Truely a riot to read.
Hero by Night (http://herobynight.keenspot.com/) Super hero comic, fairly interesting with a very detailed background.
Kevin & Kell (http://www.kevinandkell.com/index.html) Long running furry comic
Mayonaka Densha (http://mayonakadensha.thecomicseries.com/comics/) Japanese school girl back in time to help sherlock holmes, very interesting story
Rain (http://rain.thecomicseries.com/) Interesting little webcomic about a kid coming to terms with his/her transgender nature
Red String (http://www.redstring.strawberrycomics.com/) Love Romance and heart break, a more serious graphic novel.
Rival Angels (http://www.rivalangels.com/) Womens wrestling webcomic, very interesting story and characters, would fit in well on WWE :P
RhJunior (http://www.rhjunior.com/) Tales of the Questor, Goblin Hollow and QQSR, all three webcomics are great furry reads :)
Sluggy Freelance (http://www.sluggy.com/) HAs been running for ages. Set aside a week to read the archives...that's about how much backstory you'll sit through :P
Dreamland Chronicles (http://www.thedreamlandchronicles.com/) Exceptional CGI webcomic.
Wapsi Squared (http://wapsisquare.com/) Mythological hyjinxs...
WTF Comics (http://www.wtfcomics.com/index.html) Based on Everquest.
Two Kinds (http://twokinds.keenspot.com/) Another interesting furry comic
Zap! (http://www.zapcomic.com/) Fun little space adventure webcomic.

Have tons of others but some have been mentioned and others run more mature and I don't feel like getting moderated again :P

This message was last edited by the user at 16:34, Fri 30 Mar 2012.

 member, 163 posts
Fri 30 Mar 2012
at 16:43
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Ha~~~ I have something like over 100 webcomics in my webcomic list, some of my favorites that haven't been mentioned yet include;

Homestuck: This really shows what a webcomic can do. http://www.mspaintadventures.com/

El Goonish Shive: Weird but fun http://www.egscomics.com/

Wotch: Also weird but fun http://www.thewotch.com/

Skin Horse: Yet more weird but fun! http://skin-horse.com/

Nerf Now: Funny, often updates, with a good bit of fan service http://www.nerfnow.com/

Selkie: The art's not that great, but the story will make you go daaaaaw http://www.selkiecomic.com/

Mushroom Go: The art's not that great either, but they manage to make the Mario-verse awesome http://mushroomgo.thecomicseries.com/comics/

Rusty and Co.: Good art, funny story, and it has a Table top role playing verse http://rustyandco.com/
Mad Mick
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 Keep Calm
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Sat 31 Mar 2012
at 02:17
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Cool suggestions, everyone!
 member, 99 posts
Sat 31 Mar 2012
at 13:18
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Drop the Cow: The adventures of some IT gal LEgo style http://dropthecow.com/
Luci Phurs Imps: Fiendishly Hilarious http://luciphurrsimps.com/
To Much Information: NSFW! Bout a guy that gets kicked out of the house and ends up with a Harem. Not really explicit but better be safe then sorry. http://tmi-comic.com/
Original Life: Some Antro comic bout a feline family. http://jaynaylor.com/originallife/
Romantically Apocalyptic: You just have to love ze captain! superb art! http://romanticallyapocalyptic.com/
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Sat 31 Mar 2012
at 14:21
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
 member, 129 posts
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Mon 2 Apr 2012
at 20:48
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (SMBC): http://www.smbc-comics.com/
Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire: http://www.dominic-deegan.com/
Questionable Content: http://questionablecontent.net/
Girl Genius: http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php
Dead Winter: http://www.deadwinter.cc/

I have a bunch of others, but these are the most regularly checked.

This message was last edited by the user at 14:34, Tue 03 Apr 2012.

 member, 646 posts
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 cold north.....(Finland)
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 09:59
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Read OotS years ago, need pick it up again :P.

Also I read LFG long while ago, need pick it up also XD.

But at moment mostly random webcomics read (like ones linked to this thread example).
 member, 333 posts
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 10:17
Re: What webcomics are you reading?

One not on the list: http://www.yafgc.net/
Yet Another Fantasy Gamer Comic - A place where the monsters rule.

 member, 40 posts
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 14:27
Re: What webcomics are you reading?

Darths & Droids http://darthsanddroids.net/
Girl Genius http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php
Gunnerkrigg Court http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/index2.php
MSPA (Homestuck) http://www.mspaintadventures.com/
Order of the Stick http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0849.html
The Adventures of Dr McNinja http://drmcninja.com/
XKCD http://xkcd.com/

I recognize a bunch of the comics on this list, though! :D
 member, 806 posts
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 14:30
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
I'm only a regular to El Goonish Shive and Darths and Droids.
 member, 80 posts
 Desukaan ate my face.
 Also in Bay12 flavour!
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 15:05
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
OOTS irregularly.
XKCD recently.
Cyanide and Happiness recently too - http://www.explosm.net/.

I have a burning dislike of Goblins and Homestuck though.
 member, 41 posts
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 15:29
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
In reply to Serrational (msg #17):

I promise not to spam you with memes and Homestuck references.
 member, 175 posts
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 15:31
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
You can't say you dislike something without tellig us why! >:3 Well, ok, you don't have to say, but those are two of my favorites, so I'm generally curious to hear your reasons why you don't like them.
 member, 489 posts
 Putting old paper in new
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Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 15:33
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Order of the Stick and Goblins.
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Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 15:41
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Surprised no one has mentioned nedroid. I also occaisionally enjoy Cats Vs Humans blog.
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Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 16:38
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
I read most of the ones already mentioned.

Blade Bunny - The adventures of a ditzy rabbit-themed ninja girl. Pretty awesome art. http://www.bladebunny.com/

My Life At War - A unit of mercenaries on a world where money and corporate sponsorship is everything, and things like "duty" and "honor" are foreign concepts to most. Pretty interesting mecha designs. Warning: a lot of crude humor, swearing, and occasional drug use (these are soldiers in a war zone, after all). http://www.mylifeatwar.com/

Mystic Revolution - Adventure and political intrigue inside an MMO. http://mysticrevolution.keenspot.com/

Far Out There - Described as "The webcomic where things happen... IN SPACE!!!" http://faroutthere.smackjeeves.com/

Today Nothing Happened - An awesome (and recently finished) journal comic about the author's everyday life. http://www.shazzbaa.com/

Runewriters - A fantasy comic by the author of Today Nothing Happened, starring Severian, a shapeshifter, and his friend Tareth, a deaf girl, who are on the run from the abberant hunters after Sev miscast a spell while fighting one. Recently started, so there isn't a terrible lot to catch up on. http://runewriters.com/

Modest Medusa - Jake comes home to find an adorable medusa hiding in his closet. Shenanigans and chocodiles ensue. (Warning: a little bit of swearing) http://www.modestmedusa.com/

Touhou Nekokayou - A Touhou series created in Create.swf. The comic itself is currently on hiatus while a Homestuck-style series is is taking place. http://dizzy.pestermom.com/?p=thcomic

Failcraft - A cool comic about Minecraft. Not made in Minecraft. http://failcraft.smackjeeves.com/comics/

CCC - An awesome comic that defies explanation. Now available in English! There are also awesome flash animations that expand a bit on the comic world. http://vinnieveritas.com/ccc-english/
 member, 81 posts
 Desukaan ate my face.
 Also in Bay12 flavour!
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 18:42
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
In reply to 7vii7 (msg #19):

Well... Goblins art hurts my eyes. I know it's all drawn, but I just can't get by the fact that it looks ugly to me.

And Homestuck... I have a contrarian personality at times, and after being pestered to read it by friends so much I have developed an irrational dislike of it. Also, the sheer amount of bandwidth involved in catchup, and the sheer amount of catchup. I'd be spoilered before I could move, and said friends have already given me annoying spoilers.
 member, 176 posts
Fri 20 Apr 2012
at 22:25
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Hmm~~~ Fair enough. Personally I think that Goblins is a lot better looking then some of the webcomics out there and the art gets better as it goes along, but I still know the feeling of not being able to read something just because the art is so horrible. I also see where you're going with Homestuck. I like to tell myself that that you shouldn't judge something until you experience it yourself, but I know I've been guilty of that as well. As for the archive binge-iness, personally I view that as a plus, I like long stories, but that's just me. I know some people wouldn't be able to stand it.

I still think both are really good, and you should give them a try, but I respect your opinion for what it is.
 member, 118 posts
Sat 21 Apr 2012
at 02:05
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Ok, many of the comics I read have been mentioned already, EGS, OOTS, Darths and Droids... Here are some that haven't

A classic of the early internet era. Currently undergoing a relaunch that allows for new readers to join without having to deal with 13 or so years of continuity. I like it a lot. Very recomendable

I must confess I keep reading this comic out of pure inertia, the most recent arcs feel like they are filler, although the b-side comics seem to be funny enough. I think this one is pretty much on a continuity lockout, but the overlapping storyline is worth it so far.

Only recomended if you can understand spanish, the (mis)adventures of a racoon and the comics he writes in his spare time (which is a lot). Full of quirky characters and weird adventures, home of the Grey man (the most beloved and miserable man on earth) and his eternal quest for something greater than life - death.

The advetures of a girl and her vicious drunken macho womanizing dead ex-boyfriend turned living doll slave, togheter they have lot's of adventures involving mythiical creatures of maya and aztec folkclores and of some other traditions too, including a shy and self-conscious gorgon and a very energetic magical girl

This message was last edited by the user at 02:08, Sat 21 Apr 2012.

 member, 549 posts
Sat 21 Apr 2012
at 03:58
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Girl Genius: Prince Valiant was the drawing standard for newspaper comics. Girl Genius is, I think, hard to beat.
 member, 82 posts
 Desukaan ate my face.
 Also in Bay12 flavour!
Sat 21 Apr 2012
at 10:55
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
In reply to 7vii7 (msg #24):

Well, it's not so much the long stories as the fact that the important events were spoilered for me. And yeah, there is a lot worse than Goblins out there. Also, my brother recently spoilered Goblins for me anyway. Urgh.
 member, 42 posts
Sat 21 Apr 2012
at 14:15
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
In reply to Serrational (msg #27):

It is a very hard comic to avoid spoilers for, sadly. The fandom is massive, and with big fandom comes a higher number of jerk fans.
 member, 1099 posts
Tue 24 Apr 2012
at 22:04
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Girl Genius,
Sluggy Freelance,
Gunnerkrigg Court,
Freakangels (recently concluded. :( ),
The Zombie Hunters

(Note some titles have NSFW content, so peruse at your own risk)
 member, 292 posts
Wed 25 Apr 2012
at 00:01
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
Some recent additions to my webcomic list:

Love & Capes (http://loveandcapes.com/lnc/) Superhero comic focused on the relationship side of the genre, very much Lois/Superman if superman had ever dated Wonder Woman...and all the typical super hero parodies are in here :)

Dream*Scar (http://dream-scar.net/) A new twist on mythical creatures in modern day society.

Pictures of You (http://picturesofyou.smackjeeves.com/comics/) Love, Life, substance abuse and memoirs. Pretty good 'reality' based comic, but also makes it a touch NSFW.

Generation 17 (http://generation17.petitesymphony.com/) Another in my long list of furry comics with a sci-fi/survivor twist.
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Wed 25 Apr 2012
at 00:29
Re: What webcomics are you reading?
I have a Question.
For a period of time there used to be a webcomic on topwebcomic.com that was about cat furries in college. One of the cats had a siser that was a ninja and who ambushed her regularly to try to win the honor of being the best. THe last few episodes that I read were about the two of them joining up togeather against a common enemy. Does anybody know what the name of the comic was or where it can be viewed now as I haven't been able to find it for about a year or so?