Some Great Webcomics

I read a whole bunch of webcomics, all of which are great or at least worth a look. Without further ado, here’s the list:

  • Ctrl+Alt+Del is along the lines of Penny Arcade, but deals more with the characters than with games. In my opinion, it’s better.
  • Irregular Webcomic, also written about here, is made entirely out of legos.  And is loads of fun.
  • The Adventures of Dr. McNinja is about a ninja who is also a doctor. He descends from a long line of ninjas who, of course, have a long-standing rivalry with pirates.  His vehicle of choice is a velociraptor.
  • XKCD is the well-known techie stickfigure webcomic. I like it.
  • Questionable Content is definitely worth going through the entire archive. I got very little done this weekend because of it. Among other things, it’s really interesting to watch the progression of the author’s art style. If you have not read it yet, you should. Now. Click that link!
  • Order of the Stick, a D&D webcomic, is set out to use every trope (clicking on that link may cause you to click on other links uncontrollably. You are warned.) and is full of excellent humor.
  • Goblins – Life Through Their Eyes is another D&D comic, from the point of view of a party of goblins who become adventurers. It’s got some heavy stuff in it, but is definitely worth checking out.

Ta-da!  If you haven’t read any of ’em, at least check out the first couple.

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  1. I’m surprised that Penny Arcade and SMBC didn’t make your list.

    • Well, as I said, I like Ctrl+Alt+Del more than Penny Arcade. And I never really read SMBC; I dunno why.

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