Cucumber Quest is a beautifully drawn webcomic about the typical "Hero's Journey" plot, only the hero is about as unwilling as can be. This is probably one of my favorite comics online right now due to the gorgeous art-style, and a refreshing feeling of purity. This is a webcomic i'd feel comfortable reading to small children, and id be enjoying it myself while doing so.
Gunnerkrig Court follow the tale of Antimony. Antimony is a typical, if slightly serious, teenage girl who happens to be surrounded by a society obsessed with technology, magical creatures living in the surrounding forests, and a myriad of other ways to make boarding school seem less boring as a setting.
Manly Guys Doing Manly Things:
MGDMT is all about the culture surrounding the sterotypical Tough Guy. Think Duke Nukem, Kratos, Saxton Hale, Masculinity is the name of the game here, and it is done very well.
Nedroid is just hilarious. There's really no reason for me to sell this comic to you, it's just great. Go read a few strips and tell me im wrong. I triple dog dare you.
Paranatural is, simply put, pretty effing insane. It has ghosts, great art, great humor, likable characters, and a feeling of enjoyment not many comics manage to capture. If you've ever got a free afternoon, give this a read, you wont regret it.
Prequel is a story about making a cat cry, set in the elder scrolls universe it's presented in the format pioneered by MSPA. If you're a fan of The Elder Scrolls lore you'll be in for a treat, because this webcomic is absolutely oozing with references to the lore. If you like Homestuck or Problem Sleuth this is definitely worth a read.
The Abominable Charles Christopher:
Another beautifully drawn webcomic, tACC is about a large bigfoot-esque creature by the name of Charles Christopher along with the wildlife of a large forest. If you love nature and like looking at gorgeous artwork, you will probably love The Abominable Charles Christopher.
The Adventures of Dr. Mcninja:
Dr. Mcninja is....a very special webcomic. I hesitate to even call it a webcomic because i've always viewed it as more of a traditional comic that happens to be posted on the web. If you like Deadpool or Axecop, you will probably enjoy Dr. Mcninja, especially considering the writer has worked on Deadpool in the past.
edited by Mashira on March 28, 2012 at 3:41 AM