Skip to comments.(Vanity) Which webcomics do you read?
Posted on 11/15/2008 12:53:05 PM PST by Tanniker Smith
I haven't asked this in a while, but what webcomics do you read? There are thousands of them out there these days, and little time to go through them all to find the good ones.
Less often, but I try to catch up on:
And others that I'll add when I either remember them or look up their URLs. I think I still have Ctrl-Alt-Del, VG Cats and Three Panel Soul linked on my iGoogle page, but I can't remember the last time I clicked on any of those links.
What's everyone else reading?
Ziggy and Andy Capp
Funniest. Web. Strip. EVAH. ;)
I am so behind the times. I'd better catch up. ;-)
I read mine by candlelight, while the treadmill hamsters power the computer's generator. ;)
Sinfest (used to be funny; now just another 0bama stroke-fest)
Schlock Mercenary. Far future mercenaries in space. It has a complex, witty, and a little bloody-minded story line. It is best to start from the beginning, and navigation is unusual, with the arrows to the right of the comic. Daily.
Wapsi Square. About a short and busty Hispanic anthropologist who is surrounded by mythological creatures and demons. Another good one to start from the beginning. Daily.
Slow wave. The artist turns people’s dreams into a four panel comic. Weekly.
Sinfest. An odd comic about Slick, a short guy artist; his beautiful and vain muse who he is in love with but spurns him; God, the devil, Buddha, Jesus, and the dragon. Vaguely a Faustian story, which in the last few weeks has been harping a bit much on politics. Daily.
Bob the Angry Flower. Disassociated rantings of a supernaturally powerful flower creature. Weekly.
Strange Candy. The adventures of a group of mostly women through various alternative universes of Japanese manga pop culture. A little adult oriented.
I really like it :)
I only buy the newspaper on Sunday, so I see print comics once per week. I should start bookmarking the ones that I like so I can read them daily if I want to.
Doing that, I'd probably make sure that I read Foxtrot and Get Fuzzy.
Too bad that Prince Valiant isn't online. (Seriously, PV is probably the biggest reason that I get the Sunday paper, followed by the Kakuro puzzle.)
And many, many more...
In addition to Day by Day, userfriendly.org has had a terrific series this week in observance of Veterans. Starts here: http://ars.userfriendly.org/cartoons/?id=20081110
I had never seen that before. It’s great, but warning to others: GV, AL, SSC.
Yes, that is a good sample. I had to bookmark this one for some undetermined future use:
I thought I’d send it to someone to share the enjoyment but I can’t figure out any of my friends or family that would appreciate it.
Sorry I don’t have time to post links at this point.
Sheldon. The story of a kid who invents a way to speed up the internet and makes billions, and his pet talking duck. I recommend it highly.
Unshelved. A librarian’s comic.
Wondermark. VERY strange
I’m with Kent. Mike Ramirez and attackcartoons.com are not to be missed. I do like Day by Day a lot.
I forgot to mention Garfield Minus Garfield, which can be really, really strange.
Yup. I’m an XKCD fan too, BTW.
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