Here are some links to some webcomics I read, have read, and have given up on. In some approximate order of recommendedness.
- Guilded Age - Fantasy webcomic, colourful characters and a long-scale plot. Worth a look.
- OoTS - An excellent comic set in a Dungeons and Dragons world.
- The Abominable Charles Christopher - Sassy talking animals and a bigfoot, worth a look.
- Girl Genius - Gaslamp fantasy, giant robots, mad science.
- Freefall - Sam Starfall and Florence debate the finer points of never getting around to doing anything.
- Snow by Night - A colonial fantasy story about some charming thieves trying to make a living.
- xkcd - Just random thoughts about things.
- Lackadaisy - Prohibition cat gangsters. Updates almost never. Artwork is phenomenal.
- Doctor Cat - A story about a cat who is also a doctor.
- Servants of the Imperium - Most definitely taking inspiration from OoTS, but executed with just enough competence to work. WH40K setting.
- Battlepug - I just like the Godzilla-size cute fluffy animals.
- Zap in space - Psychics and spaceships. Art improved massively, but update pace is now very slow.
- Socks and Puppets - Well, I do read my own comic as well you know.
Webcomics that don't update any more
- Casey and Andy - Mad science roommates who occasionally kill each other.
- Ozy and Mille - The random adventures of two young foxes. This should be on everyone's read list.
- Irregular Webcomic - I don't think any of us can really believe that Irregular webcomic actually ended.
- A Miracle of Science - Science fiction story of a world where mad science is a disease.
- Plush and Blood - The story of some awesome soft toys fighting against an evil dictator. A bit gory though.
- Copper - Beautifully drawn, a story about the adventures of a boy and his dog.
- Radioactive Panda - Mad science again, seems to be down at the moment though.
- DM of the Rings - A screencap comic using Lord of the Rings.
Webcomics that I gave up on
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