Massive Web Comics List

A massive list comprised of web comics read by members of Halforums. Originated with a forum thread of the same title, which is no longer active.

  • @Tavicat - by Rikki Simons and Tavisha Wolfgarth-Simons. Life with two ferally funny cats. Updates Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • All New Issues - by Bill Ellis The story of a comic shop full of stories!
  • Angels 2200 – by Peter Haynes, Nathaniel Savio, Jana Hoffmann, Kimberly Stewart – Currently back in publication. Yay!
  • Atomic Laundromat - by Armando Valenzuela Is your super power getting the drool of BaT'knecy out of Lycra? No? Then hit the Atomic Laundromat!
  • Bad Machinery – by John Allison – his new comic after Scary Go Round.
  • Blank It – by Lemuel Lemmo Pew, Aric McKeown
  • Brathalla – by Jeffery Stevenson, Seth Damoose, Anthony Lee
  • CABRASH by Catherine Grant, Ayana Sakura, Benyamin Ahmed, Rachel Gray, Antoinette Rossier, Sandra Bareilles & Henrietta Krusen
  • Candi – by Starline X Hodge
  • Cartridge – by Chris Jeffery, Alexandria N.
  • Cross Platform – by Konstantin Boyko – has been slow at updating
  • Darths & Droids – by The Comic Irregulars – …or what would happen if Star Wars movies were actually an RPG campaign? I cast Summon Bigger Fish!
  • Dead Heaven – by Christopher Steininger – Fantasy-themed, currently rather dark. Kind of storybook-like acrylics.
  • Digger – by Ursula Vernon – From the creator of the lol wut? pear, there's a webcomic that just got off pay-to-view status, is quite good so far.
  • Digital Pimp Online – by Joe Dunn – Home of Joe Loves Crappy Movies, Free Lunch, Retail Rage, Matriculated, Fish Tank Tango, Turtle Vs. Bunny: Distractions, and Another Videogame Webcomic, all by the comic powerhouse Joe Dunn
  • DM of the Rings – by Shamus Young – What if Lord of the Rings were a D&D campaign?
  • Dreamless – by Bobby Crosby, Sarah Ellerton – Set in the time leading up to the Pacific War between Japan and the US, the story revolves around a young man and woman (from those countries, respectively) who, when they dream, enter the consciousness of the other — seeing, hearing, and feeling what the other does. It's a great story so far, and the art is fantastic.
  • Drive – by Dave Kellett Science fiction webcomic by the maker of Sheldon, updates Saturdays.
  • Eerie Cuties – by Gisele “Giz” Lagace, Miguel Marques
  • Erfworld – by Rob Balder, Jamie Noguchi
  • Eternity Dreams - by Kash Mitaukano Nice looking fantasy comic starting out in what looks like an irish Pub, complete with donnybrook!
  • Evil Diva - by Pete Menotti & Honoel A. Ibardolaza Story of a Devil girl with the uncontrollable urge to do good sometimes. The only solution? Be a superheroine!
  • Evil Inc. – by Brad J. Guigar – Also home for Phables, and Courting Disaster.
  • F@NBOY$ – by Scott Under – been a little slow on the updates
  • Fans! – by T Campbell
  • Get Fuzzy – by DarConley – Like Garfield, but funny. One of the two syndicated webcomics I regularly follow.
  • Goats – by Jonathan Rosenburg
  • Goblins – by Tarol Hunt, Danielle Stephens – D&D reconstruction "through the eyes of a group of goblins who got tired of being XP fodder and started their own adventuring party. Gory.
  • Gunshow – by KC Green – "not for children"
  • Hark, a vagrant – by Kate Beaton – best history comic since Cartoon History of the Universe. Formerly named simply Kate Beaton.
  • Jack – by David Hopkins
  • Jordan's Town - by Jeremy Duffy A City of Heroes fan comic, good artwork.
  • Lackadaisy – by Tracy J. Butler – Anthropomorphic cats bootlegging during the roaring twenties. God-DAMN this guy can draw.
  • Left-Handed Toons – by Drew “drewmo” Mokris, Justin – By right-handed people
  • Let's Be Friends Again - by Curt Franklin and Chris Haley - A comic artist and a comic writer lampooning themselves and comics in general
  • Locus – by Adam Black
  • Looking For Group – by Ryan Sohmer, Lar de Souza – If you don't know Richard the Warlock yet, have a fireball in the kisser.
  • Marry Me – by Bobby Crosby – Admittedly it's a soap opera, but quite a funny one (and short)
  • MS Paint Adventures – by Andrew Hussie – MSPA stories exist in the format of "mock games", specifically text-based adventure games. You advance through the pages of the story by clicking links which sound like commands you would type in a text prompt to get a character to do something. Generally, the character will respond to that command on the following page.
  • MythAdventures – by Phil & Kaja Foglio This story was adapted for comics by Phil Foglio from Robert Asprin's first MythAdventures novel: Another Fine Myth.
  • Nerf NOW!! – by Josué Pereira – Primarily TF2 based webcomic.
  • Octopus Pie – by Meredith Gran – Great-looking, funny, and consistently surprising, with a writing style that prizes detail over narrative. You might have to go through a story twice to see exactly how all the individual comics fit together, but you'll also find a wealth of character detail on that second go-through, so it's really worth it.
  • Otherworld - by Toby Gard - From the author's bio page: "I'm known for creating the character Lara Croft and designing the original Tomb Raider game back in 1996." Action packed and bloody fun!
  • Pearls Before Swine – by Stephan Pastis – The other syndicated webcomic (I occasionally read Dilbert, Foxtrot, but not regularly)
  • Remedial Comics – by Robert C Tracy & art Jason Kirckof Rebooting in process.
  • Rich's ComixBlog - by Rich Morris Irregularly but fairly frequently updated comic, several story lines, some Dr. Who, Forever Night, etc. fanfic's as well as original concepts. Storylines very good, artwork well done.
  • Sister Claire – by Yamino – So far it has been interesting.
  • Skin Horse – by Shaenon Garrity – Similar to her previous strip (Narbonic), but with much better art, and even more bizarre characters, including a transvestite black-ops agent, a violence-loving zombie, and a talking dog who is better at surpressing her animal instinct than either of her co-workers.
  • Slow Wave – by Jesse Reklaw, people's dreaming minds
  • Social Piranha - Updated every Saturday, a comic that follows the humorous antics of an awkward urban couple.
  • Sodium Eyes – by Alfred Lam Site has no forum, main way to give feedback is by twitter to @SodiumEyes or Asset Bar registration from main page.
  • Soup – by MyifanW – it's about a little blue blob and a girl on/in the ocean.
  • SSDD – by Alan Foreman
  • Starslip Crisis – by Kris Straub – Great sci-fi strip, and one of the first strips I've seen in a long time that consistently does original things with time travel. Straub's other strips, chainsawsuit, F-Chords, are also worth a look- I can't wait until F-Chords comes back.
  • Subnormality – by Winston Rowntree – Sphinxie!!!! Squeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!
  • Templar, AZ – by Spike – I don't know how to describe it, maybe as everyday life in an alternate universe? Great read.
  • The Dreamer – by Lora Innes – Love, Romance, the War of Independence, then something more…
  • The Meek – by Der-shing Helmer – Man, I ate that one right up. So good. Also, as a head's up, it's a little NSFW as the main girl is running around topless at the moment.
  • the outer circle – by Steve Napierski – Same author as Dueling Analogs. Updates infrequently of late, but the archives are vast, full of humor perfect for the preadolescent male, which is right where I try to keep mine.
  • The Zombie Hunters – by Jenny Romanchuk – story of a team of zombie hunters in a world populated by… do I really have to say it?
  • VG Cats – by Scott Ramsoomair – slow updating
  • Wigu – by Jeffrey J. Rowland
  • xkcd – by Randall Munroe
  • Yet Another Fantasy Gamer Comic - by Rich Morris Nearly daily updated comic, just what the name says, carechters source from pretty much any genre or milieu that has a dungeon, pirates, or magical based creatures. Not all safe for work by any means, but a great read. Updates almost daily. (URL expected to change soon.)
  • Zap! – by Chris Layfield, Pascalle C.

Comics that have ended production/stories but still have archives available:

  • 2P Start – by Tim Harding, Ray Hargreaves
  • 8-bit Theater – by Brian Clevinger Epilogue may be in progress.
  • Achewood – by Chris Onstad – lack of updates recently, but the archives are definitely worth your time. Great writing.
  • After Strife – by Ali Graham Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Anders Loves Maria – by Rene Engström – Comic has ended, but archives are still available. The travails of love in Sweden. Starts out sweet, and then the characters turn into self-involved assholes. I'm still reading it, though.
  • A Miracle of Science - by Jon Kilgannon and Mark Sachs - Comic ended before this list was made so it was never actively listed. Beautiful art, and a storyline with a true "Evil Science" ring, with just enough anime to make it peppery. Definitely a great way to kill a few hours, and available still via graphic novel as well.
  • Butternut Squash – by Ramón Pérez, Rob Coughler – Tremendously unreliable updates, but funny
  • Buck Godot – by Phil & Kaja Foglio Comic has ended but full archives still posted.
  • Cheshire Crossing - by Andy Weir Only 4 issues but they are complete issues and very well done. Explores the concept of what if Alice in Wonderland, Wizard of Oz, and Peter Pan were real. Hint, Glenda The Good's a d**k. Excellent art, Highly recommended.
  • Concerned – by Christopher C. Livingston Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Creep House – by Miles Grover – A comic featuring Skeletor and The Count, who live in a house. Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Dandy & Company – by Derrick Fish Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • DAR – by Erika Moen – A Super Girly Top Secret Comic Diary. Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Hsu and Chan – by Norm Scott Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Jack of All Blades – by Art Frederick, Joe Hills, & Sam Bennighof – An adventure comic full of the tropes of RPGs and fantasy/sci-fi. The art is pretty simplistic, and you'll notice copy/pasting used now and then. But it is in color and has more panels per page than most comics, so. Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Minus – by Ryan Armand – no longer being made but the archives are worth reading
  • Narbonic – by Shaenon K. Garrity – The ultimate mad-scientist webcomic. This finished a few years ago, and is now in Director's Cut reruns, but its six-year run is one of the best examples of a consistently funny, engaging story in webcomics, and also a good example of a comic that ended when the story was done, rather than stretching itself out unnecessarily. The early art's a little crude, but it grows on you and gets better. You should definitely give this a look.
  • HOUSD – by Ali Graham
  • Lucid TV – by John Keogh, David Rothlein, Ross Armstrong
  • North World – by Lars Brown Hiatus, archives dtill online.
  • PX! – by Eric A. Anderson, Manny Trembley – Action/adventure about a girl and her panda. Actually haven't read it for some time, but the art is good. Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Thunderstruck – by Grayson Towler Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • The Slackerz – by Scott Smith, Scott Hepting Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Truck Bearing Kibble – by Jeremy Kramer, Eric Vaughn – Off the wall humor in the same vein as The Far Side. Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Turnsignals on a Land Raider – by SteveC86 – A WH40K comic about the most inept Land Raider crew you've ever seen. Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Turtle VS. Bunny – by Joe Dunn Comic has ended, but archives are still available.
  • Two Sides Wide – by Kat & Dave Comic has apparently ended, but archives are still available.
  • Ugly Hill – by Paul Southworth – Great art, and Hastings Kilgore is one of the funniest characters I've come across in webcomics. Comic has ended, but archives are still available.

Comic Aggregates:

  • Spacedock 7 Seven comics, one comic updates each day. Also part of the Topweb group. Comics are: Escape from Planet Nowhere, Cleopatra in Spaaaaaaaace!, Topaz, Red's Planet, Dimension Dust, Gronk, & My sister the Freak
  • Blank Label Comics – with Real Life, Schlock Mercenary, Shortpacked, & Wapsi Square. Currently being rebuilt, individual comics continue.
  • Keenspot - Comics by individual authors. The site seems to be losing comics rapidly with no replacements. If you follow one of these comics you may want to be ready for having it suddenly either relocate, or have to have an individual bookmark as the drop down list is shrinking fast.
  • Comics.Com - Repository of many daily newspaper comics such as 9 Chickweed Lane, Al Capp, Lil Abner, Raising Duncan "Classics", etc. Free Email service, RSS feed, VERY flash heavy site.
  • Drunk Duck - 10,000 comics listed on site, status of these probably everything from current to someone posted a scan of a napkin and called it story complete.
  • Go Comics - Repository of many daily newspaper comics at least 153 being updated currently, classic comics, and currently written ones. Has both free and charged membership.
  • Top Web Comics - 2,601 comics listed here from Kid safe to Mind melting. Has a rating system by voting of readers.
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