Great comic by Ian McConville and Matt Boyd. It follows the antics of a group of college friends and was one of the big inspirational factors that lead me to start Comedity.
Fred Gallagher's extremely sucessful web-manga about two very different friends and their bizzare adventures through Tokyo, but not as we know it.
Unless you absolutely despise Macintosh computers, Hawk and his crew tell a delightfully comedic tale of a fanatic Mac user and his friends.
Penny Arcade is really the site that started the whole webcomic thing. Starting back in '98, Gabe and Tycho continue to make fun of the videogame industry with great enthusiasm.
Scott Kurtz's daily, 4 pannel archives the lives of an incompetent gaming magazine company. Their antics are fairly amusing, but I can't figure out how the characters would stay in business.
Greg Dean's daily, 4 panel account of the lives of himself and his friends. Accuracy of the account is debatable.. Why can't I have a Monolith as a coffee table?
Why? Because anyone who can take a show like the Power Puff Girls (and every other Cartoon Network show) and draw them as beautifully as Bleedman deserves to be read and linked.
Jennie Breeden's comic is a quirky one to be sure. But even though neither the Devil, nor the Panties are involved, the Girl's got herself some door-kickin' boots. What more do you need?
I feel the name is quite missleading. I'm sure there is, in fact, a point ... I'm just not sure what it is yet. I really enjoy the concentrated wry wit Michael Derenge gives his characters.
Kate has been ranting about how fabulous Dominic Deegan is for over a year, so I finally decided to read it. And it is possibly the funniest pun-using comic ever written. Knight-vision indeed.
I'm a big fan of Phil Foglio's work, and I have been for years. And just recently he took his comic series Girl Genius out quarterly publication and put it online 3 days a week. What's not to love?
If you like superheros and have a sense of humor, then you should know how easy it is to make fun of superheros. All of those jokes and more are told at the Greystone Inn.
Swords, sorcery, and one very foxy jester. Seems like a winning combo to me. That and Brion updates like a man possessed
Mystery, intrigue, swords. MORE SWORDS! And the occassional leveling up party. What else do you really need to know?
The flash animated rantings of Foamy (your-lord-and-master) the Squirrel, by Jonathan Ian Mathers. It's down-right hilarious, if a bit on the graphic side and heavily on foul language.
Phil Foglio is one of my favorite artists and cartoonists. You may know him from "Girl Genius" or "Buck Godot," but more likely you've seen him in Dragon Magazine or on your Magic cards.
Kristen Perry is probably one of the finest digital artists alive. If you have any desire to learn how to paint pretty, check her work out; she's got some great tutorials.
I occasionally put up some of my other artwork on CGTalk. And even if you're not looking for my work, there's a lot of really good (and a lot better) stuff, both 2D and 3D on the forums.
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