|Comic: Cat and Girl
|It\'s amazing, I read all of it, and I quote C&G \"I liked their old stuff better\". Recently there is a little much artistic self reflection and worries about authenticity that I simply feel do not concern me so much. Oh well. I imagine how much more of the cultural references I would get if I was a native English speaker, or a Yankee, or even from NYC. But even without that, it is one of my absolute favorites.
|Comic: Calvin and Hobbes
|A true great classic. What else would I have to say about it.
|That guy has some really cool ideas, and sometimes put astonishing pieces together, and I especially like the large diagrams, like the recent ocean depth / sea objects scale comparison chart... that guy is great, I can\'t even be mad at his occasional Ayn Rand stuff.
|Good one, with compelling characters, and a heartwarming story.
|Comic: A Softer World
|Peculiar indeed, and at times adorably creepy. Let me just quote one of my recent favorites, featuring a washed-out photo of two nerds: \"No offense, but ... I\'m really glad we\'re friends.\"
|Comic: Scenes from a Multiverse
|Taking place in a multiverse with lots and lots of planets and planes and rifts and species, the special gimmick is the recurring vote for the readers favorite out of the last four or five strips, which will then be featured in a new panel. Sometimes it features somet to-the-point liberal social commentary. Watch out for Duck Thompson, TV news anchor duck, and Dr. Whoa, a horny douche time travelling in a portable toilet.
|Comic: Dresden Codak Presents
|This is probably among the best, if not the single best art in sci fi webcomics, and the story is amazingly dark and twisted. I love how its creator does not settle on a single drawing style but keeps evolving it. It is really rewarding to go back to the earliest panels and follow his style change, it\'s beautiful. Updates are painfully rare, though, but these are not 5 minute doodles and the guy probably has a life, too.
|The amount of characters Straub spouts out for his little and big jokes and spoofs observations is amazing. There\'s Chainsawsuit guy, Two Cops, Time Ruiner, Huntyr Chase the pickup douche, Action Champ Walkaway, and hundreds more. \"I only watched the pilot episode of ST: Voyager. Ship looks like this??\". Four thumbs up!
|Comic: Crimson Dark
|It\'s a serious, dark sci fi comic, that works rather well. Although the cgi characters get a little repetitive to look at. Although the dialogue can be a little tedious sometimes. Although at some point in the story the characters murder some people, and unlike with some other comic heroes, I just didn\'t feel acceptable to me. Maybe it\'s because of the cgi, it felt creepy and wrong, and I stopped reading there.
|It\'s weird, and nerdy, and silly, and epic, and sad, and funny, and violent, and cute, and creepy, and dark, and addictive. It has its own lingo. I read the whole damn thing, and now I can read and actually understand fanart, there are some astonishingly good pieces around. Oh man. I\'m so homestuckstuck.
|Comic: Supermassive Black Hole A*
|The art is appropriately dark for a space comic, although a little drab at times; in the same manner, the story is serious and chilling, a believable fight for survival, but again, not overly imaginative.
|Nice one, if a little suburbian at times.. Especially the duck is aaaawesome.
|Comic: Diesel Sweeties
|\"GOOD MORNING, FLOOR! THANK YOU FROM KEEPING TORPOR FROM FALLING THROUGH EARTH INTO THE DARKNESS OF SPACE.\"
|Ambitious sci fi comic from the Sheldon guy with two story arcs only starting to intertwine.
|Comic: Octopus Pie
|This comics hero is so grumpy, you just have to like her, because who with such a fine sense for the thousand little annoyances of modern city life could be less grumpy. Watch out for Rock Lobsters!
|Comic: Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
||math jokes| ∈ SMBC ≫ |math jokes| ∈ webcomics ∖ SMBC
|An ok fantasy-sex-joke comic, I guess. Quite imaginative at times. Although I am not sure I would describe it as \"mature\", cause it gets pretty immature sometimes, like what\'s with all the wanking some characters do all the live long day. Also it can at times border on the brutal and disconcerting. But all in all, it\'s pretty funny. The gay barbarians and vikings are hilarious. Blood and Thunder!!!
|Comic: Least I Could Do
|This comic is about bros. And their dicks. And bros. And their dicks. And thats it. It\'s so shallow it would fit right under a closed door. There is the exceptional OK joke in it, as the exception to prove the rule. Sorry, nothing better to say about this. The other comic from that guy is a little better. Probably because it is not just about bros. And their dicks.
|Comic: Looking for Group
|It\'s definitely better than the other comic from that guy.
|Comic: Girl Genius
|I really enjoyed this very much, for years, but I think it suffered a little from finally putting Agatha in a position of power. Now it seems to be just about petty aristocrats trying to kill each other and ordering around their minions. That\'s just not my scene.
|Sylvan Migdal has yet to do a bad comic - and now she did a sexy, funny, fantasy adult comic to most if not all other funny fantasy adult comic in their place. It\'s nothing short of hilarious. Did I mention sexy?
|Epic sci fi storytelling featuring a repair-your-own-spaceship story, planetary colonization and terraforming, interspecies relations of all kinds, thorough discourses on AI and free will, a looming robot genocide conspiracy, while not refraining from dragging out hilarious chases over dozens of pages. The art is minimalistic, but clean and consistent, and I think only spoilt brats would call it bad. With the exception of feet. That guy probably could not draw anatomically plausible feet - mind you with shoes on and rendered as a basic outline - if his life depended on it. There is little information about him, but he hinted on different occasions that he is working as an engineer in an industrial plant, married, and also had some health issues but I wish him all the best and hope he is OK now.