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Girl Genius by Phil and Kaja Foglio 

Girl Genius by Phil and Kaja Foglio

"Girl Genius" is what every webcomic wants to be when it grows up.  The art is incredible, the story is captivating, and the blend of comedy, drama, and action is perfect.  There's a reason this is at the top of the list.  If you've never read it, clear a couple of days from your calendar and read it from the beginning.

Fanboys by Scott Dewitt

F@NB0Y$ by Scott Dewitt

Two fanboys (and one fangirl) ... Nintendo vs. Sony vs. Xbox!  And cosplay!

Skin Horse by Garrity and Wells

Skin Horse by Shaenon K. Garrity and Jeffrey Channing Wells

The current project of Narbonic creator Shaenon Garrity (with Wells as co-writer).  Skin Horse is a government agency, permanently understaffed and underfunded, which provides services to non-human intelligent beings.  Any description doesn't do it justice; just read it.

Questionable Content

Questionable Content by Jeph Jacques (mature content)

Indie rock, hipster romance, and little robots combine to make one of the best webcomics around.  Mostly a slice-of-life comic, with just enough strange elements thrown in to keep you off guard.  Recommended for mature audiences (language and adult situations). 

The B-Movie Comic

The B-Movie Comic: Revenge of the [description withheld in order not to spoil the surprise].


by Jim Cleaveland

The Inexplicable Adventures of Bob!  by Jim Cleaveland

Jenny Everywhere's Infinite Quarktime

Jenny Everywhere's Infinite:  Quark Time by Gwen Patton

Jenny Everywhere is an open source character that anyone can adapt to their own works.  She exists in all worlds, all realities, all dimensions.  But then, why is she afraid of dying?  And who is after her?



The following comics are no longer updating, but are still a good read.

Narbonic (Director's Cut) by Shaenon K. Garrity

Narbonic (Director's Cut) by Shaenon K. Garrity

"Narbonic" originally ran from 2000 to 2006; it's currently being re-run with the author's commentary for each strip.  (Or you can read the entire original archives without commentary, starting here.)  It's the story of young mad scientist Helen B. Narbon, her hapless technician Dave, Mell the violence-loving intern, Artie the superintelligent gerbil, and a host of other characters striving for world conquest.


Breakfast of the Gods by Brendan Douglas Jones

Breakfast of the Gods by Brendan Douglas Jones

The land of Cerealia is torn apart, as the breakfast mascots wage war for the fate of their land.  The artwork in this epic story is excellent, and the amout of research that went into finding old cereal characters (from as far back as the 1950's) is amazing.

Palindramas, by Dan Mazur


Snooty 'nuff?  Funny toons.

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I'm a middle-aged computer programmer from Indiana, but I've always enjoyed doodling and drawing. After discovering webcomics recently, I decide to try my hand at creating one. My wife thinks I'm crazy. My wife is a very sensible woman. ... full profile

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