Webcomics you should read
Reading webcomics is almost always an enjoyable experience. Sit down with a good webcomic, and you might not stand up again for a few hours. One of the great things about the Internet is that anyone can distribute their work without much difficulty at all, resulting in an abundance of self-published webcomics.
My two favorite webcomics of all time are John Campbell’s pictures for sad children and Jeph Jacques’ Questionable Content. Questionable Content is one of the best “slice-of-life” comics online, and pictures for sad children… well, it’s special. Both of them are nothing short of glorious art.
I also love a softer world, which is a popular webcomic about… a softer world — just check it out, okay?
XKCD has appealed to geeks, nerds, scientists, mathematicians, and losers like me for years now. Don’t pass this one up.
Real Life is perhaps the slice-of-life comic, created by Greg Dean. It was my first webcomic, the second being OotS. I loved it years ago, but admit that I haven’t read it in a long time.
Other webcomics of note include Something Positive, Octopus Pie, Sam and Fuzzy, Patches, Wasted Talent, and Least I Could Do. Of course, this is by no means a comprehensive list of the Internet’s vast webcomic offerings.
Which of these comics is your favorite? Have I missed one? Leave a comment!