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Monday, April 18, 2011

So that question again?

I know I've asked this at least once before, but I've been having a fairly hectic time at work, and I could use a new at home distraction with nice, perusable archives:

So, recommend me your favorite webcomics? Funny is preferable. (I get enough drama as it is.) Cute animals are a plus. Sanity is not required.


  • At April 19, 2011 1:33 AM, Blogger kiragecko said…

    "El Goonish Shive" and "Sequential Art" have animals and a frequently funny. (Leonard the pet platypus is adorable). "Girl Genius" is mastly animal free but hilarious (and scientific monstrosities are better, anyways). "Digger" has animals but isn't really funny. It's finished now, but is beautiful and fascinating enough to try out. Hope you like one!

  • At April 19, 2011 6:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Most of the webcomics I usually recommend are full of drama, but if you haven't seen Riot Nrrd (, you must try it!

    For funny, I'd say 2D Goggles (Lovelace and Babbage) (, especially if you like Steampunk, and Freefall (, which has a genetically engineered wolf as a lead character.

  • At April 19, 2011 7:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I just read the first trade for Love and Capes ( and passed it on to my kid and husband. We all really enjoyed it. Turns out it's a web comic. Heh. So...that.

  • At April 19, 2011 8:57 AM, Blogger Matthew E said…

    I have *lots* of favourite webcomics, most of which you probably already know about. But here goes.

    Kate Beaton (
    Superhero Girl (
    Oglaf (note: extremely NSFW) (
    Order of the Stick (at
    Penny Arcade (
    Penny and Aggie (
    Girls With Slingshots (
    The Rack (
    Americus (
    Comic Critics (
    Let's Be Friends Again (
    The Multiplex (
    Our Valued Customers (

  • At April 19, 2011 12:21 PM, Blogger Eyz said…

    *advertise himself*
    'Like DC and Marvel stuff?
    Why dontcha take a little look at my own webcomics here:

    It would be very nice of ya^^
    (you don't have to...but a little glimpse would be great, thankies!)

  • At April 19, 2011 1:02 PM, Anonymous Jeff R. said…

    I'll recommend the Irregular Webcomic ( )

  • At April 19, 2011 3:30 PM, Blogger SallyP said…

    The Rack, Comic Critics and anything by Kate Beaton.

  • At April 19, 2011 9:34 PM, Blogger LurkerWithout said…

    I'll give you 5 from my giant list

    Since it just got an Eisner nomination, Tracy Butler's

    Then lots of mad science and talking animals with Shaenon Garrity's Director's Cut reruns for Narbonic and her and Jerfery Channing Wells' Skin Horse...

    Then the retro goofiness of Megan Gedris' I Was Kidnapped by Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space!!!

    And lastly more scifi with Christopher Baldwin's Spacetrawler...

  • At April 20, 2011 12:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Most of my favorite comics are both humorous and dramatic. The two go so well together, after all...

    I second the recommendation of Girl Genius (

    May I also recommend Rich Morris' now-completed masterpiece The Ten Doctors ( and Jukashi's Keychain of Creation? (

    And for pure uncomplicated laughter, there's the old classic, DM of the Rings (>DM of the Rings) and its spiritual successor, Darths and Droids. (


  • At April 20, 2011 12:57 AM, Blogger kalinara said…

    Aw! Thanks guys! I really appreciate all your recs!

  • At April 20, 2011 2:44 PM, Blogger Nick said…

    Questionable Content



    Dumbing of Age


    Bucko - A Comical Murder Mystery

    Stop Paying Attention


    And ditto to the one commenter that mentioned Multiplex

    Multiplex (

  • At April 20, 2011 4:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    There isn't much yet but The Fuzzy Five is a super adorable webcomic with walking talking squishables having adventures. Here's the title art with the first comic on the next page:
    And when I was checking the archives I realized there were 57 strips, so more than I thought.

    Also, Bad Machinery from the author of Scary Go Round is really awesome and to quote, "Bad Machinery tells the stories of three schoolgirl sleuths and three schoolboy investigators." There are grammar school hi-jinks, evil spirits, endangered species of monster, and magic pencils. It's hilarious.


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