Comics! On the web! Who'da thunkit?!
- Bob The Angry Flower:
Quite superlative. Often political, but sometimes just entirely random.
Has many moments of utter brilliance. If you don't like the politics, you
could probably still find some strips you enjoy in the archive (there's a
lot, 99.9% of which work on their own). WARNING: may contain
traces of naughty words.
- A Modest Destiny:
Funny neat pixel-art style comic set in fantasy world. Also has a sci-fi
counterpart to the comic, Starship Destiny! Only recently found this one.
- Sluggy Freelance: Is it not nifty?
Worship the comic! Sluggy is one of my favourite webcomics, but I only
discovered it pretty recently. I think maybe most people don't link to
it because they just assume that everybody knows about it
already! I'd thought other webcomics were long till I found this epic...
- Cat and Girl: Well, there's this
smart, well-read schoolgirl who lives with an anthropomorphic cat that
smokes a pipe (actually, has anybody seen smoke come out of it?) and
drinks paint. They get into funny situations, have deep intellectual
discussions, and do incomprehensible things. Or something. What more
do you need to know? Ok, yes, sometimes I do get the jokes.
- Scary Go Round: The follow-up
to "Bobbins", is a comic set in northern England, with a style
something like Scooby-Doo, if the creators of Scooby-Doo were mad.
Well, there was someone in the crew of Scooby-Doo called "Fernando Arce",
so they must have been a bit odd. Oh yes, and it's a pretty good comic, too.
- Wigu: The adventures of a little boy
called Wigu, and his family, and the personification of his favourite
TV character, who is a superhero potato (he is made of poison!)
- Tom the Dancing
Bug: Mmm, political satire! And he's generally
on the good side (IE-mine). Usually funny, which helps, although it
features no dancing bug that I have (yet) seen. Note that it's not
always political, but it is usually.
- Freefall: One for the furries,
I think! Adventures of an alien, a robot, and a sentient wolf on their
spaceship. I probably haven't explained it very well, sorry. Strips are short
but good; overall worth a read.
- Explodingdog: There's no exploding
dogs in it (that I've found, anyway). It's not really a comic in any
sense except that there's pictures and it's pretty funny. So how can
I explain Explodingdog? I can't, you just have to experience it for
- Return To Sender:
Exceptionally cool comic that I'm rather in love with. Currently only
updated once a week, and it's not been around that long so there's
not very many pages. Well, that just means you have no excuse but to find
the time to read it, as it shouldn't take you too long! Yes, don't worry,
the text becomes more legible after a little while ;) The author's had times
when she's left the comic for a while, but she does have other things
to do! As I'm writing this, she's updating regularly anyway.
- Strip Creator: Not a webcomic
itself, and not something (intrinsically) naughty- rather, it's a site that
lets people make accounts to produce their own simple webcomics, that are
hosted on the site! Note that the actual form of the comics is fairly
primitive, but it's still a neat idea, and some of the comics are quite funny
(I've not looked at the site very much yet).
Rainbow Page: Great bit of nostalgia for Brits of a certain age range.
Lots of cool stuff.
- Subservient Chicken:
Strange flash thing, that may amuse you, or possibly freak you out.
UPDATE: Ok, since found out this is some sort of Burger King advert.
...But it's still kind of funny :P
- Get Out Of The
Trench, Tony!: Funny spoof of UK TV show "Time Team" by "Planet Bods".
Will probably be funnier if you're familiar with the series! The site has
quite a lot of other stuff too.