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  Web comics are all around these days. And anyone can start a web comic. But which are actually any good? Behold the comics that I regularly or irregularly visit.




Am I biased by placing my friend Jessie's banner on top? Who cares. Click it. You know you want to. It's got catnip...


The current top webcomic, running for years now. It was the first pure web comic I came accross, and I still follow it daily. Pretty much a must-see.


What comes to your mind when someone drops the words "Mad scientist"? Read this brilliant comic and get a whole new perspective on things. Also very notable for the great amount of reader / comic artist interaction.


Old comics printed in the artist's college newspaper, combined with new twice-weekly comics. Fun to read, especially the old comics that come with long college annecdotes.


For some reason I just can't get round to fully reading the archive and following this comic daily. Which is odd, because it's a good one, which I catch up on from time to time.




A comic set in a most peculiar fantasy world where modern conveniences co-exist happily with a medieval setting.


It started out a bit dull, and there's a whole wad of archive I haven't read yet, but I enjoy following the daily new comics.


It's not the best web comic on the face of the planet, but it can be amusing from time to time. Most noticably the artist's occasional footnotes, which are often quite funny.


So what do you do when you want to make a comic but can't draw? You make a comic about a triangle and a rhombus. Weeeeeird.