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alanw0
Does anyone have any web comics to recommend?

Personally I really enjoy Nothing Nice to Say and Mitch Clem's other strips, Urf and See Mike Draw are also really good. XKCD has to be my favourite at the moment though - really funny, touching, surreal and generally awesome (also loads of updates).

Would be really interested in other people's recommendations....
hlavco
My favorites are Slackerz, Slow Wave, and Witchs Brew.
xaogo
does the weekly issues of heroes graphic novel count?
furtasacra
I'm addicted to graphic novels. Here's two that I like.

Freakangels - really cool post-apocalyptic steampunk online graphic novel. Also available in print. Great story, beautiful artwork. Updated every Friday.

The Phoenix Requiem - a Victorian-inspired supernatural fantasy story. Contains some horror and violence. Updated on Mondays and Thursdays.
BlackroseDigitalDesigns
With my recent unemployment I have found many a wonderful webcomic while wasting my day stumbling through the internet.

http://leasticoulddo.com/
Least I Could Do

http://questionablecontent.net
Questionable Content

http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0001.html
Order of the Stick

http://www.nuklearpower.com/archive.php
8-Bit Theater
liamkincaid
nice Very Happy
alanw0
Wow, thanks folks. That gives me loads to check out (and waste plenty of time when I really should be being more constructive!).

Would be good if people keep putting up recommendations. In the past I have only really seen the funny 'strip style' comics, I'm really impressed though with some of the more 'graphic novel' style pieces that have been recommended, particularly in the quality of work that can be viewed for free...
furtasacra
Oops, found some more! Prepare to waste hours of your life! (Can you tell I have an exceedingly dull customer service job?)

Crimson Dark - good solid science fiction
http://www.davidcsimon.com/crimsondark/index.php?view=comic&strip_id=1

Girl Genius - Adventure, Romance, Mad Science! and a good bit of humor.
http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20021104

Crowfeathers - a Wild West fairy tale
http://crowfeathers.net/index.php?p=1

A lot of these graphic novels are available in print; if I wasn't so poor I would buy them voraciously.
rightclickscott
alanw0 wrote:
XKCD has to be my favourite at the moment though


Is XKCD sh*tty today?

You guys really need to read Rice Boy, minus, Slackerz, Anything by KC Green, Kate Beaton, Three Panel Soul, Perry Bible Fellowship, the hit internet phenomenon that everybody is talking about Blaha Zobler, and this thread.
furtasacra
Woo hoo! Even more mind-rotting goodness!
blk3
furtasacra wrote:
I'm addicted to graphic novels. Here's two that I like.

Freakangels - really cool post-apocalyptic steampunk online graphic novel. Also available in print. Great story, beautiful artwork. Updated every Friday.

The Phoenix Requiem - a Victorian-inspired supernatural fantasy story. Contains some horror and violence. Updated on Mondays and Thursdays.


Nice. Great artwork on this two sites. Freak Angels written by Ellis and its for free, that's great.
furtasacra
blk3 wrote:
furtasacra wrote:
I'm addicted to graphic novels. Here's two that I like.

Freakangels - really cool post-apocalyptic steampunk online graphic novel. Also available in print. Great story, beautiful artwork. Updated every Friday.

The Phoenix Requiem - a Victorian-inspired supernatural fantasy story. Contains some horror and violence. Updated on Mondays and Thursdays.


Nice. Great artwork on this two sites. Freak Angels written by Ellis and its for free, that's great.


Thank you, thank you. It's nice to know my good taste is appreciated. Laughing
Radar
8 Bit Theatre
http://nuklearpower.com/

XKCD
http://xkcd.com

- and -

Control-Alt-Delete.
http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/

I warn you though that 8 Bit Theatre and Control-Alt-Delete have some serious history behind them. Going through all of the archives will kill many hours for you.
Sphaerenkern
Since xckd was already mentioned, I'd like to add Applegeeks, Dominic Deegan and My Extralife. For german-speaking readers (german-reading speakers?), I recommend Der Flix, Nichtlustig and Ruthe[/url|
Fire Boar
Cyanide and Happiness!
Starchance
i was actually thinking of making my own, but i dont have a site for it, wouldnt be able to pay for it....and i need better drawing stuff like a tablet or atleast a scanner

i like cyanide and happiness comics
and grim tales by bleedman
and vcats!
^.^
hlavco
Starchance wrote:
i was actually thinking of making my own, but i dont have a site for it


Aren't we posting on a forum for a free hosting service?
ddukki
Looking For Group is a pretty good one.
http://www.lfgcomic.com/

I also read SNAFU comics and VGCats.
http://www.snafu-comics.com/
http://www.vgcats.com/
rightclickscott
Radar wrote:
8 Bit Theatre
http://nuklearpower.com/

XKCD
http://xkcd.com

- and -

Control-Alt-Delete.
http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/

I warn you though that 8 Bit Theatre and Control-Alt-Delete have some serious history behind them. Going through all of the archives will kill many hours for you.


Way to link the three worst webcomics in the history of the internet.
hlavco
I haven't read 8-bit Theatre or Ctrl-Alt-Delete, but I think XKCD is pretty funny most of the time. You know, when I can actually understand it.
amperx
its its not posted yet, I suggset reading order of the stick, hilarious and if your a DND or table top player then you'd definitely love it Very Happy
evilgeniuself
I enjoy Slackerz, Penny Racers, Ctrl-Alt-Del, Sam and Fuzzy, Cordeval, 8-Bit Theater, Shades of gray, Dominic-Deegan, VgCats, and Looking for Group. There's a few more which I read, yet I try my best to keep up with those first...
furtasacra
rightclickscott wrote:
alanw0 wrote:
XKCD has to be my favourite at the moment though


Is XKCD sh*tty today?

You guys really need to read Rice Boy, minus, Slackerz, Anything by KC Green, Kate Beaton, Three Panel Soul, Perry Bible Fellowship, the hit internet phenomenon that everybody is talking about Blaha Zobler, and this thread.


Reading Rice Boy now. It's very peculiar, and I'm quite enjoying it. I also like the fact that the story is actually already complete before I got to it, so I can just read it and be done, without having to wait a week, and have back up and re-read until I remember what the heck is going on before I read the new pages.

This has become a constant problem for me, because I'm addicted to about a dozen different online graphic novels now!
Nutteloos
furtasacra wrote:
Girl Genius - Adventure, Romance, Mad Science! and a good bit of humor.
http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20021104


Highly recommended indeed. Loving the art style, intriguing story, and regular updates (3 pages a week). Wasted a good two afternoons catching up to the story so far, and I'm not regretting it a single bit.
Nameless
At the moment, I have 18 webcomics I read as they update, and another 14 I'm part of the way through reading the archives for, LOL. And speaking as someone who understands approximately 85% of XKCD's jokes, it is awesome. Erfworld and A Softer World probably come in as my next favourites ... Ctrl-Alt-Del, Penny Arcade and the like are overrated cookie cutter humour, although I still don't mind the occasional stupid laugh via 8-bit Theatre.
amperx
darklegacycomics.com Very Happy for all wow players out there

and oot, order of the stick too, for dnd fans, crazy web comic for your boring/free time at the office xd
ato784
I second Vgcats.com, since it is really good, but anothe is Allan http://www.allancomic.com/
which is updated almost everyday. the artwork is not super awesome, but it is still something to read/ look at.
Bondings
I like to read Basic Instructions and xkcd.
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