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    So what web comics is everybody reading at the moment?
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      CommentAuthorPatrickBrown
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2010 edited
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    The active ones in my rss reader:


    • Freakangels (obviously, considering where we are)

    • Jesus and Mo (anonymous) - religious satire

    • XKCD by Randall Munroe - you should know this one, very skewed humour

    • Hark! A Vagrant by Kate Beaton - historical humour, gorgeous drawing

    • Girls With Slingshots by Danielle Corsetto - excellent twenty-something sitcom strip

    • Goodbye Chains - manga-ish western by Alice Hunt and Tracy Williams

    • Flatmates by Maeve Clancy - bittersweet Dublin flatshare sitcom strip

    • Faraday the Blob by Alan Ryan - oddball humour

    • From Rags to Rockstars (serious storyline featuring his Road Crew characters) by Tommie Kelly

    • Something Wonderful - provocative humour with apologetic explanations by the same artist

    • Spazzmoid - whatever's on Bob Byrne's mind, sometimes autobiographical, sometimes bad taste humour



    And I think after that I'm entitled to plug my own, The Cattle Raid of Cooley a serial adaptation of the Iron Age Irish epic. And you'll probably want to check out the various "webcomics week" threads we've had here for others.
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    Just my own for the sole purpose of nit-picking art I was previously happy with.

    Occasionally I visit Hark! A Vagrant after letting the archives build up a bit.
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    Also, Bagels
    Let's Be Friends Again
    OccasionalComics (Squirrels & Pigeons #2 has actually happened to me a dozen times this year).
    • CommentAuthorrobb
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2010
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      CommentAuthorFishelle
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2010
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    Axe Cop
    Cyanide and Happiness
    Bad Machinery (probably need to go through the archives first to enjoy this one)
    I also read Occasional Comics and Hark! A Vagrant, but they've been linked already.
    • CommentAuthorSteadyUP
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2010 edited
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    Not counting FA, the only ones I read religiously are xkcd and Penny Arcade, though I stumble across DInosaur Comics and Hark! once in a while.

    I've pimped my own comic a lot here lately, so I'll make a point of not mentioning it again just now. Of course, if one were to find their way into my User Details...
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    Thanks everyone.


    Gotta love Hark! a Vagrant. I adore Kate Beaton and her sence of homour+expressive drawing style.
    Secretly this was all a ploy to get lots of new links. My computers hard drive died two weeks ago and I lost all my bookmarks :/
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      CommentAuthorsseloske
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2010
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    Order of Tales
    Gunshow, you should read this at least. Heeeee-larious.
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    Haha thats so strange, I just started reading anime club the other day. So good, love their faces so much.
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      CommentAuthorsseloske
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2010
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    Isn't it great? It reminded me so much of my friends from school.
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    Yeah, so true. Such a great concept. Do you know if its new or if its been around for awhile?
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      CommentAuthorsseloske
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2010
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    I wanna say Gunshow's been around since 2008. The Anime Club made their first appearance maybe in early 09? I think the big strips are pretty new, since Green is still working on them and they're done in his most recent style.
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      CommentAuthorTim Bishop
    • CommentTimeMay 31st 2010 edited
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    I'm really enjoying all of writer Kevin Church's Agreeable Comics. He's got 3 different serials running at the moment, and the two inactive strips (Lydia and Waimea) are also well worth checking out. They're also gorgeous, courtesy of artists Benjamin Birdie, Ming Doyle, and TJ Kirsch. (And Lydia and Waimea are similarly rendered by Max Riffner and Mike Dake, respectively)

    EDITED FOR OOPS: Waimea wasn't actually an Agreeable Comic.
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      CommentAuthorBouletto
    • CommentTimeMay 31st 2010
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    I follow roughly the same ones... I would also say:

    OrneryBoy
    White Ninja
    My Cardboard Life

    And my favorite:
    Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereals
    • CommentAuthorArgos
    • CommentTimeMay 31st 2010
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    FreakAngels
    XKCD
    Lackadaisy Cats (Awesome prohibition era comic, with CATS, beautiful graphics, but updated slower than a snail's pace)
    Two Lumps
    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeMay 31st 2010 edited
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    Freakangels (obviously)
    Girls With Slingshots
    Questionable Content
    Platinum Grit
    PVP
    Conies
    The Other Grey Meat (kind of Questionable Content meets a Zombie Apocalypse... but not really?)

    oh, and a shameless plug for my own webcomic: Angry Faerie
    • CommentAuthorFan
    • CommentTimeMay 31st 2010
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    Freakangels (F)
    Gunnerkrigg Court (MWF)
    Sinfest (7 days/week)
    Goblins - Life through their eyes (M-ish)
    Subnormality (M-ish)
    Out there (6 days/week)
    Our time in Eden (infrequent)
    Pictures of You (MWF)
    Templar, Arizona (sporadic)
    xkcd (MWF)
    Dresden Codak (infrequent)
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    Freakangels
    Phil & Kaja Foglio's Girl Genius
    Ursula Vernon's Digger (Incredible art, a very Terry Pratchett sense of humor/drama, and a wombat.)
    Wendy Pini's Masque of the Red Death (I would ALMOST tradewait this one - I don't like the Flash semi-motion-comic format, and the art is even more stunning in print - but too good to ignore while waiting for the trades.)
    Erin Lindsey's Venus Envy (Sporadic and hasn't updated since sometime in March. Catch up on the archives and hope.)
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    Most of my list has been linked already, but:

    Rice Boy (this one's aleady finished, but by the guy who's now doing Order of Tales)
    Hanna is Not a Boy's Name < the art in this is so pretty I kind of can't stand it.