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That's right, the title says it all! I'll start off by posting some of my favorite webcomics, feel free to do the same.

Cucumber Quest:
Cucumber Quest is a beautifully drawn webcomic about the typical "Hero's Journey" plot, only the hero is about as unwilling as can be. This is probably one of my favorite comics online right now due to the gorgeous art-style, and a refreshing feeling of purity. This is a webcomic i'd feel comfortable reading to small children, and id be enjoying it myself while doing so.

Gunnerkrig Court:
Gunnerkrig Court follow the tale of Antimony. Antimony is a typical, if slightly serious, teenage girl who happens to be surrounded by a society obsessed with technology, magical creatures living in the surrounding forests, and a myriad of other ways to make boarding school seem less boring as a setting.

Manly Guys Doing Manly Things:
MGDMT is all about the culture surrounding the sterotypical Tough Guy. Think Duke Nukem, Kratos, Saxton Hale, Masculinity is the name of the game here, and it is done very well.

Nedroid is just hilarious. There's really no reason for me to sell this comic to you, it's just great. Go read a few strips and tell me im wrong. I triple dog dare you.

Paranatural is, simply put, pretty effing insane. It has ghosts, great art, great humor, likable characters, and a feeling of enjoyment not many comics manage to capture. If you've ever got a free afternoon, give this a read, you wont regret it.

Prequel is a story about making a cat cry, set in the elder scrolls universe it's presented in the format pioneered by MSPA. If you're a fan of The Elder Scrolls lore you'll be in for a treat, because this webcomic is absolutely oozing with references to the lore. If you like Homestuck or Problem Sleuth this is definitely worth a read.

The Abominable Charles Christopher:
Another beautifully drawn webcomic, tACC is about a large bigfoot-esque creature by the name of Charles Christopher along with the wildlife of a large forest. If you love nature and like looking at gorgeous artwork, you will probably love The Abominable Charles Christopher.

The Adventures of Dr. Mcninja:
Dr. Mcninja is....a very special webcomic. I hesitate to even call it a webcomic because i've always viewed it as more of a traditional comic that happens to be posted on the web. If you like Deadpool or Axecop, you will probably enjoy Dr. Mcninja, especially considering the writer has worked on Deadpool in the past.

edited by Mashira on March 28, 2012 at 3:41 AM

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 6:21 AM

Of those, I've only read Nedroid, which you know was because you recommended it to me. And yeah, it's really great. Almost every single strip hits home, which is kinda rare in those gag webcomics I think.

I'll take a look at the others too. There are some that looks interesting.

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 10:50 AM

I love Prequel, it's awesome! :D

Apart from Prequel the only webcomics I've read are xkcd and periodically Wulffmorgenthaler.

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 3:05 PM

Awesome Tacko!

Wulffmorgenthaler is DANISH!!!

I read Cyanide and Happiness, Gunshow and SMBC too.

Oh yeah, Scandinavia and the World is cool too.

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 3:11 PM

Surviving the world!
Taken from the site itself; "Surviving the World is a webcomic focusing on all shades of life, from science to literature, politics to sports, romance to religion, and everything else in between."

He posts almost everyday \o/

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 3:53 PM

You guys aren't lame enough!
Two Guys and Guy is a status-quo Gag-A-Day strip written and drawn by Rickard Jonasson. Updated every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the strip brings you into the lives of Frank, Wayne and Guy, a group of friends which best is described as “less than perfect people”.
Happle Tea is a comic written and drawn by one Scott Maynard and is the only comic that excoriates religion, pop culture, and politics while, at the same time, lauding the world of cryptozoology.
No description here <.< Just go read it..
The year is 20__ something something.
I stopped counting a while ago, and therefore not sure what day it is.
Humanity is virtually wiped out in a nuclear holocaust.Me and my last
squad: pilot and sniper, live in the wasteland ruins of tomorrow.
This is my story.
I am captain.

And most of these are still in portugese but you can make sence :p also there is a brand new english sub-site.I think they are worth checking out

I'll post more later I get bored doing the same thing for too long..

Posted on March 28, 2012 at 6:38 AM

Nerf NOW!! and are two great ones that really should be up here as well!

Posted on April 1, 2012 at 4:24 PM

I read a bit of Oglaf and it was quite amusing and quite nsfw.

Posted on April 1, 2012 at 5:14 PM

Oglaf is pretty good, but the porn-heavy stories tend to push me away a bit. It can feel a bit gratuitous at times.

Posted on April 1, 2012 at 7:30 PM

A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible is an old favorite of mine, now on hiatus, unfortunately. Their archive is chock full of existential gems, however. I am fond of the drawing style because it looks like linoleum cut blocks. /printmaker nerd
Achewood is my number one. If you haven't read it, shame on you! And also, you are in for a real treat. The funniest, most satisfyingly simple webcomic out there, in my humble opinion. I have been reading Achewood for many years. Start with the archives and work your way up.
Is there anyone who hasn't heard of female comic/history genius Kate Beaton? Her sense of humor is so sharp, it will cut the pants right off of you. History buffs will enjoy Hark! A Vagrant, surely.

Posted on May 18, 2012 at 8:30 PM

Reviving threads everywhere!

I highly recommend RuneWriters!
This story features a deaf girl, a doofus, and a cool guy going on -adventures-. I've really enjoyed the character dynamics, art, and action thus far. Good things!

Posted on April 2, 2013 at 4:10 AM

I recently got into Gunnerkrigg Court. It features a girl called Antimony Carver and her life at a boarding school somewhere in UK. It also features one of the best fantasy settings I've ever come across.

Posted on April 2, 2013 at 11:49 AM

I've been reading Gunnerkrigg since it was on chapter 5 - it's probably the longest I've ever kept up with something that updates regularly like that. I haven't even been reading One Piece as long.

So yeah, I double that recommendation.

Posted on April 2, 2013 at 12:17 PM

aww everyone has already posted my favorites and the rest of the ones I like are on hiatus for an unknown amount of time! :[

Posted on April 4, 2013 at 9:16 PM


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