The Fantastical World of Web Comics

Feel free to share what web comics you enjoy!

Daughter of the Lilies - Fantasy/mercenaries/mysterious character

Bearmageddon - Bears killing humans/bears eating humans/manscout vs bears

Thanks for sharing! Didn’t know such good reading existed!

Order of the Stick: if you like Dungeons and Dragons or snarky humor. Starts out as a joke-of-the-day comic but later actually has a pretty good plot. Deepest stick figure story you’ll ever see, probably.

The author doesn’t update much nowadays because of health issues, but there’s 1000+ strips to catch up to if you haven’t read it yet.

Phoenix requiem :stuck_out_tongue:

Atomic Robo: Adventure, science fiction, humor. Callouts to all kinds of genres, from kaizu to Cthulhu.

Questionable Content: I love this series. Light science fiction, hilarious relationship stuff, and some of the best diversity and representation in a comic written by a straight white dude

And I just started this, so not sure about it yet. Weird horror fantasy and action. Kill Six Billion Demons

And of course Oglaf, but I don’t wanna link to porn. :slight_smile:

Unsounded: A comic about a girl and her attack zombie. Awesome visuals, interesting story (parts of it are not for the faint of heart, however).

Schlock Mercenary: Space Opera. Comic has been running uninterupted for 18 years. Early art is a bit lackluster, but gets better as it progresses (always find it interesting to see how the artstyle of an artist evolves over time).

Gunnerkrigg Court: A world divided in “The Forest” and “The Court”. Same a above for the art.

Namesake: Interesting take on namesakes in stories like the Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland, etc.

Goblins: Fantasy set in a D&D campaign

Wilde Life: "Wilde Life is a supernatural adventure/horror series set in a small town in rural Oklahoma. It focuses on stories about creatures from Native American mythology as witnessed and documented by a journalist from Chicago, Illinois. "

Headless Bliss:

I could go on for a while, but I’ll leave it at those. Let me know if you want more.

Dresden Codak: transhumanism, philosophy and art deco cityscapes. Sadly updates extremely slowly but so good. One of his comics featured a Dark Kantian (yes, that Kant) a character that has an absolute imperative to do evil, no matter the consequences. I played KotoR 1 like that, which was hilarious, in the end everyone died. If you’re looking for a fresh new way to play a RPG, look no further.

Gone With the Blastwave:

Endtown is basically furries in post-apoc land but it’s entertaining and well-drawn. Erfworld is about a wargaming grognard who gets sucked into an alternate universe where the game he was planning to run is real. GWtB is more post-apoc, updates extremely infrequently.

Oh elder things, I devoured that comic’s archive mostly last night, had to take a sleeping pill just to have any chance of sleeping. And that was at 4am NZ time.

Which is usually a sign that it’s a good webcomic/comic series etc when I get that glued to it.

LFG (Looking for Group)
Order of the Stick

I used to read my web comics daily. Don’t quite find the time the past few years though :expressionless:

Glad to hear that :slight_smile:

@silverhand: Yeah, these days I use an rss reader and read all the posts in one go every weekend instead of every day.

Adding Tiger, Tiger to this thread:

It’s stupidly funny, enough to make me belly laugh, which given the current blah state I’m in takes a fair bit. It’s also looking pretty rainbow-flavoured, if you get what I mean, and the creator’s so far managed to mine the awkwardness that comes with that exceedingly well.

And speaking of rainbow-flavoured goodness, is getting pretty damn rainbow-y. While is lesbians in space taking down the patriarchy, with bonus power-armour gladiator matches where a princess is the prize.


With Diablo IV coming, maybe we’ll a get continuation of Oskar Pannier’s HELL YEAH! comic: