Other forums have things like this, so we might as well have one in here to list all the webcomics out there by category. If you have more, throw in a link and quick description and I'll add it. This is just the first part, I have som many damn links sitting on my Firefox it'll take a few dumps to clear through. I will start adding brief reviews to each link as I work my way through it all, any links posted by others will get a full reading then a similar review added.
Update days (M/Tu/W/Th/F/Sa/Su)
Irregular updates - (Irr)
Really bad (*)
- Sequential Art (Irr) - Slice of life with squits. Artist starts off shaky but improves over time as story-arcs come into play.
- Red Meat (Tu) - One shot bad taste comics
- Goats (H) - Satanic chickens and panties of power, with loads of weirdness thrown in. Storys falter at times, and the current arcs seem to have wandered so far, the artist seems stuck as to how to get back.
- Questionable Content (M-F) - Slice of life, really casual feel with major art progression and a massive archive.
- Sinfest (M/W/F) - Philosophical musings and a few irritating characters, though the dog and cat make up for shortcomings in the comic.
- Dungeons and Denizens (Irr) - Shaky art, some improvement, interesting take on standard Dungeons and Dragons style games, but seems to have got a bit lost along the way.
- Order of the Stick (Irr) - Stick figure art, but a pretty good storyline, good parody of D&D style stuff with some genuinely good moments.
- VGCats (Irr/M) - Technically Video-gaming comic with cats. Wanders away from the subject material a fair bit, but usually has a good punchline and regular bad taste. Updates are very sporadic.
- Ctrl+Alt+Del (M/W/F) - Shameless self-insert that could do with a few panels removed from each strip. Art is samey and somehow manages to make everyone look disfigured. Good for wasting an afternoon trawling the archive, as long as you ignore some of the more stupid shit. Also, the abortion storyline.
- Penny Arcade (M/W/F) - Classic webcomic. One everyone should read. It has occasional misses, but mostly hits, and you really can't beat the Fruitfucker 3000's.
- Dan and Mabs Furry Adventures (Tu/F/Su) Quirky and interesting comic, genuinely pleasant author and shows good art progression.
- Freefall (M/W/F) Slow moving comic, very little art improvement but the author puts a hell of a lot of thought into the science and concepts behind it.
- 21st Century Fox (M) (*) Regularly contrived, consistently poor art and some genuinely creepy bits, but gains marks for persistence and a romantic arc that is a touch depressing.
- El Goonish Shive (M/W/F) Anime with a hell of a lot of cross-gender weirdness. Author can do better stuff and write fairly good action storylines, but sticks to more boring arcs.
- Explosm (Daily) Classic bad taste stick-figure comics. Usually raises a smile.
- Kevin and Kell (Daily) Oddball family drama thing. Asks far more questions than it cares to explain, with a consistent yet poor art style throughout, and usually boils down to one of a limited number of bad punchlines.
- Sabrina Online (Start of month) Engaging story after the first year or so, when the romantic interest comes in, but starts going downhill later. Art is basic but works fine for the subject matter, though the artist has a strange insistence on drawing it in bitmap.
- No Pink Ponies (Irr) Funny semi-anime style story, good art, thought it excels when it comes to displaying characters emotions. Story falters later on and has led to irregular updating.
- Better Days (C) See Original Life
- Original Life (M/F) Highly opinionated, using characters to cover the authors political views. Starts to wander after a while, with serious moral choices being shrugged off as normal. Art is fairly consistent, though slowly degrading over time. Ok to read if you just take it at face value.
- XKCD (M/W/F) Stick figure science/maths humour. Some you'll get, some you won't. Most are hit or miss strips, though you do get the occasional flash of sheer genius.
- Real Life (M-F) Occasionally funny Illustrator comic, over 10 years of archives, and the author seems pleasant enough.
- Jack (Irr;M-F) Tons of emo, bad art throughout, though some improvement has been made. Has wuite a few serious topics, though inconsistant throughout in their treatment and with plot points in general.
- Las Lindas (Irr) Breast obsessed, decent enough art, though anime styled at times and with plots that make no sense at all. Seemingly cut back on updates to concentrate on softcore porn side-comics.
- Namir Deiter (daily) Fairly vapid slice of life thing, terrible art to start with and plateaus after a few years. Manages a few genuinely emotional arcs, but otherwise fairly dull throughout.
- You Say It First (daily) Similar to Namir Deiter in style and writing. Again, not much happens, but has an extensive archive.
- Twokinds (Supposedly W) Good enough art, typical teen obsession with sex jokes and nudity, gets a bit darker later on. Probably about average. Update schedule is completely out of whack, sometimes missing several weeks before doing a month of on time updates. Typical amnesia storyline though.
- Faux pas (M/W/F) Sort of slice of life with proper animals in a sort of Disney style. I actually quite enjoy it, and it regularly raises a smile. Recommended.
- Perry bible Fellowship (C) One shot strips often with absurdist humour. A good read, though it is now finished.
- MegaTokyo (weekly)
- Carribean blue (Irr)
- Fur Will Fly (C) (*)
- Count Your Sheep (Weekly)
- Little Gamers (M/W/F))
- Atland (Th)
- Applegeeks (Weekly)
- lackadaisy (Irr)
- Scary-Go-Round/Bad Machinery (M-F)
- CodeName: Hunter (M)
- Vreakerz (H)
- Broken Plot Device (M/Th)
- The Whiteboard (M/W/F)
- Basic instructions (M/Th)
- Housepets (M/W/F)
- Gone With the Blastwave (Irr)
- Zodiac Battle (F)
- Dead.Winter (Irr, Claims Tues & Fri) - Follows a Waitress, Nurse, Hitman, and Plumber in a zombie-infested city as they try to survive everything from the zombie hordes to the Waitress' ex-boss. Definitely recommend, and the art has improved slightly since posting.
- Schlock Mercenary (Daily) - Sci-Fi following the Mercenaries of the "Touch And Go". Mediocre in places / arcs, but a good Sci-Fi universe with consistency and decent for getting Sci-Fi ideas. Origin of Rule 37: There is no 'overkill'. There is only 'open fire' and 'time to reload'
- Erfworld (Irr, Attempts once / five days) - Image "That Guy" at your D&D sessions. The one who is always trying to break some rule, or find some loophole. He's now the Chief Warlord in a cartoonish fantasy game with world-wide "rules". A world made by giant Elvis'. Definitely recommended for Fantasy fans. Recommended a lot.
- Saturday Morning Breakfast Comic (Irr, ranges from Daily to Bi-Daily to slightly less frequently) - Comedy. Few panel, often random, comedy.