WEBCOMICS I READ, because it has been a *very* long time since I made any variation on this post, and because Dan4th1
was asking the other day.
So, this is pretty much my "Sweet, Sweet, Daily Comics" bookmarks folder. Maybe later I'll add on the "Sweet, Sweet, Daily Blogs", and if I decide that it won't freak people out too badly, the "Sweet, Sweet, Daily Porn".
(It's worth noting that most of these things aren't daily. Learning how to use an RSS feed worked wonders for my reading habits. It's also worth noting that this is the SSDC folder, and no, not everything is a comic.)xkcd
--Stick figure art about science, math, romance, and language. Honestly, if you've not heard of it by now, I'm gonna be a little bit surprised at you. Questionable Content
--One of my favourite webcomics ever, and very plausibly one of the ones I've been reading the absolute longest. --I started following it well over 1200 comics ago. Slice of life, twenty-somethings. Don't let the early art scare you off. Also, I more or less talk like this comic, so if you ever wanted to know where I got my annoying habit of ALL CAPS EQUALS FUNNY or somesuch, look no further. Narbonic
(with commentary, for a spoiler-free run of the comic, go here
) --Narbonic is EASILY one of my top five comics, ever. Also, it is going to be my birthday present to myself, once I stop being lazy and actually order it. I should do that, and soon, because *man* do I love this comic. It is full of MAD SCIENCE!, and has pretty much become my canon for such things. Skin Horse
--the current project by the woman who wrote Narbonic (and a cohort), it has slightly less mad science, and slightly more crossdressing. It's a sequel only in that they have the same "feel", and also well worth reading. Alsoalso, Oz references. Order of the Stick
--The comic to read about D&D. Cute, colourful art. Definitely in my top five. Something*Positive
--Cynical as all fuck, swears a lot, really really good, top five. Multiplex
--set in a movie theatre, nice clean art. UglyGirl
--Holy shit, this is one of the loveliest comics I have ever read. It's a really good high school outcast comic, and it has QueerBoy, and ee!Shortpacked
--set in a toy store, by the guy who did It's Walky. Cerebus'd successfullyish with the pulling of the Drama tag. College Roomies From Hell
--Kinda partially belongs on the "ones I don't currently read" list --it's been a really long time since I've *cared* about CRFH. But yeah. Slice of life *college* aged comics, as opposed to twenty-somethings. Menage a 3
--Man, I do not even know. Like...half the characters annoy me in vague ways, and it is hella trashy. It just still hasn't lost my attention. Plus, you know. Tits. (NSFW)Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
--SATURDAY MORNING BREAKFAST CEREAL! SHIT YES! Totes funny comic, sometimes in my top five.Girls With Slingshots
--further adventures in slice of life twenty somethings! Girl centric. Also, pretty unabashed about masturbation and sex and boobs, which is all kinda nice. My Cardboard Life
--The art on this one is amazingly charming. It's a very sweet comic.Playing With Dolls
--Side project of the girl(?) who does Templar, Arizona --fantastic little Sims-drama-trainwreck comic. Really *really* funny, does not update nearly often enough --I have seen maybe one update in the like...year since I started following it.Dar!
--Fantastic autobiographical comic about a lesbian and her husband.Tailsteak
--Guy-who-did-1/0's current comics project. Does not update often enough, but is awesome. By the by, if you have not ever read One Over Zero
, go read NOW! It is *definitely* in my top-five. Snowflakes
--Written by the guy who does SMBC, set in an ophanage. Still trying to decide how I feel about it, but I think I enjoy it. The Bare Pit
--Set in a nudist resort. Technically NSFW, though brilliant in that it's pretty much completely a G or PG rated comic, solong as you ignore the fact that most of the people in it don't wear clothes. Also does a fantastic job of having people who are shaped like people, and not like supermodels and movie starsBelm Blog
--My friend Dave's blog. Lots and lots of stuff about music and cooking. Rixosous
--My friend Susan's blog. Lots and lots of stuff about...stuff. Currently a lot of theatre. Cracked
--Cracked was originally a humour magazine (similar to Mad Magazine), has now become one of the collectively funniest sites on the internet. Updates with two or three new lists a day, and yes, yes you should go read everything. The Funny Music Project
--The Funny Music Project. Free downloads twice a week, some of which are fantastic. Lots of filkish things. Big archive of listenable music. Createdish by Rob Balder (Guy who did Erfworld)Shirt.Woot
--It's like woot.com, only it does shirts. Where I get a lot of my wardrobe, actually. 11 Points
--Just a funny little blog that makes me giggle. "Because top ten lists are for cowards"Happle Tea
--Happle Tea is drawn by one of my roommate's boyfriend. It's cute. Lots of giant animals.Two Lumps
--Kitties! That's about all I have to say on that. Surviving the World
--A cute scientist guy writes lessons on a chalkboard every day. Tooootally worth archive bingingGirls Only
--a comic about a feminazi high school where the main characters are four boys who pretend to be gay in order to get special privileges from the girls (EEE YAOI OMG sort of thing) I have no idea what I think of it yet, and vaguely feel like writing a post just about it sometime. Little Mell
--About the character Mell, from Narbonic, as a child. Like everything associated in any way shape or form with Shaenon Garrity, it's a good thing. Shrubmonkeys
--Entertaining autobiographical comicsHark! A Vagrant!
--KATE BEATON WRITES COMICS ABOUT HISTORY AND THEY'RE AWESOME!Amusing.org
--I have no clue
what's up with this. Seriously. It just...is something to check every day.Least I Could Do
--About a group of twenty-somethings. Main character gets away with everything ever. Lots of sex. Is funny.Poly-Rhythms
--My friend Foster's blog about polyamory and whatnot. So...yeah. So Damn Bright
--I don't even know --something I just picked up along the way, and haven't hated enough to drop yet. Kingdom of Loathing
--Gahhh. How old were we when KoL was the Big Thing? Tenth grade, maybe? Yeah, I was digging around on my computer, and found something about it, and started playing again. It's a browser based adventure game. Highly entertaining, quite worth playing a bit. Also very excellent in that it limits the amount of time you can play there.
The current count for that folder is 41 --the ones I didn't link here are Craigslist (which I read for the best of list), El Goonish Shive (which I don't read anymore) the Nerdfighters wobsite, and a close friend's secret blog.
(1/12)1: Unrelated to everything ever, I keep wanting to drop the capital from Dan4th's name. This is certainly jere7my's fault, and yes, I find it weird that I have two separate friends whose names I don't consider to be properly spelled without a numeral.