- Angry Zen Master
- A l337 webcomic drawn by my good friend Jamie Noguchi. He
wields expert artistry tools, and his jutsu is strong. Plus he
makes good with the funnies. Ph34r him.
- Starslip Crisis
- The best damn sci-fi comic ever, created by Kristofer Straub of
Checkerboard Nightmare infamy. This comic is one of the best
satirical-based humor strips I've ever read - and it all takes place
on a roaming intergalactic museum. Whacky!
- Bob the Angry Flower
- Quite possibly one of the funniest and most unique webcomics on
the internet. Bob the Angry Flower is a hilarious and comprehensive
look and whatever must have been irking the author when each strip
was written. Brilliant and masterful in its execution. I only wish
I could be this good.
- Something Positive
- Something Positive is widely-known already, but I love it so much
that I absolutely HAVE to link it here. This comic has one of the best
long-running stories, as well as some of the most engaging and
personable characters - even the ones who have razor blades as alternate
- I Drew This
- A brilliantly-written and illustrated political and social
commentary strip by D.C. Simpson. Incredibly funny and insightful
at its best, which is pretty much all of the damn time.
- An ongoing story-based comic which blends fantasy and sci-fi more
seamlessly that I thought possible. Great art, great characters, a must
read for anyone who loves long, epic tales.
- A hilarious comic strip by Christopher Livingston set in the
Half Life universe and produced using the HL2 G-Mod. Gut-bustingly
funny, and a must for anyone who has played Valve's FPS.
- Silent Kimbly
- Colorful, charming, safe for work, and an absolute blast.
Silent Kimbly takes those idioms and expressions you've grown up on
and re-invents them in the funniest way possible. A great strip
- Dragon Tails
- An insanely dense and thoroughly engaging webcomic which updates
daily. HUGE backstory and a keen insight into the commonalities of
stereotypical console role playing games. You'll shit yourself
- Swearing in Front of
- What the unholy lovechild of Lewis Black and a Bugs Bunny
animated feature might look like. This comic has style, substance,
plenty of profanity, vulgar humor, and a unique artistic approach
which borders on schizophrenic. A true diamond in the rough.
- A well-written comic dealing with life, friendship, survival, and
the entertainment of new ideas in the college setting. A very
down-to-earth and thoughtful look at what many college students go
- Take every contrived and stereotypical fantasy-world convention you
know of and tilt it about 78 degrees to the right. Erfworld is the
glorious product of Partially Clips writer Rob Balder and Angry Zen
Master artist Jamie Noguchi. The result of their combined genius is a
light-hearted, humorous, and brilliantly envisioned world which is many
steps removed from the stale and comfortable fantasy tropes most of us
have become complacent to consume over and over again. A must
- Studio NJ
- The many comics of George Alexopolous, a young and talented comic
artist and writer. His stories are character-centric and run a gamut
of topics ranging from life and relationships, to geek obsessions, to
people with mundane lives trying to make the most of the hand they have
been dealt. Very much in the vein of comic writers like Harvey
- Boing Boing
- Truly the GREATEST directory of wonderful things.
- Online Comics
- An awesome directory housing some of the best comics out there.
It's a great place to find new reads, so be sure to stop by.
- Comic Nation
- An absolutely HUGE, up-to-date, and comprehensive list of
webcomics running a la internet. I found some of my personal
favorites right here. Check it out!
- Creative Commons
- Want a great way to share and spread the word about your art or
music on the internet while still feeling safe about receiving
credit for your genius? Go to Creative Commons and get yourself an
e-certified copyright license for your work! Creative Commons is
more than just that though; it is a fast-growing community of
artists who support one another, and a great place to find and
network with new talents. It's fast, it's fun, and it's free! Join
- My all-time favorite webcomics blog. Eric and Wednesday rock my
socks off like no other. Drop in and say hello, and participate in
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