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Favorite Webcomics?

Anybody read webcomics? What are your favorites?

 

I used to be really into Homestuck a few years ago, but I'm more chill about it now. Plus, all the hiatuses dampen the enthusiasm somewhat.

 

I'm really into Skin Deep right now; it's about a group of college-aged people who have the ability to become a mythical creature, roughly speaking. It's a bit more complex than that. I recommend giving it a read!

 

Lackadaisy Cats is great; bootlegger cats at large in St. Louis. Warning for some blood and violence. Long hiatuses, but it's worth it for the art quality.

 

Wilde Life is pretty good; man finds himself living in a small town full of the paranormal.

 

If I think of any others I'll share them later.

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Haha, my two fave webcomics (and really the only ones I'm reading at the moment) are pretty nsfw and probably shouldn't be read by any one under 18. I won't link them, but one is Oglaf (which I'm sure most people have probably heard of by now) and I'm not going to mention the other one :P

 

Aside from that I also used to be big into Homestuck, although I prefer Problem Sleuth.

 

I also used to be big into Order of the Stick, and a comic by someone called Miss Mab that I can't remember the name of (or maybe the comic was also called Miss Mab???)

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I suggest giving a look at hiveworks comics. it's a collection of 100 or so webcomics by various authors. The ones im reading right now are: Stand Still Stay Silent, Boy Who Feel, and Seeds. I love the art for all of them. Comic Illustrators are truly something else! It must take a lot of dedication and practice to pull off something as beautiful as these comics in the amount of time that they do.

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TwoKinds 100%. My profile picture is Natani and Zen, and I used to identify myself as a Keidran because it was the closest thing to Grymm's species. Not anymore though, now that I have accurate sketches of what I looked like, but the point is that TwoKinds is the one webcomic that holds significant meaning for me (kind of making it the only enjoyable webcomic for me now >.>)

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The Property of Hate is a great story! The author/artist has a few other smaller works too, they're all very good.

 

I suggest giving a look at hiveworks comics. it's a collection of 100 or so webcomics by various authors. The ones im reading right now are: Stand Still Stay Silent, Boy Who Feel, and Seeds.

 

I'm gonna second both of these; TPoH and SSSS are both amazing (I haven't read Seeds or Boy Who Fell, but I've heard good things about them). The author of the latter also has another, completed webcomic called A Redtail's Dream, which is really nice.

 

Currently my favorite webcomic is Off-White, a story based on Norse mythology of the wolves Hati and Skoll. It's going through a re-do of some early pages, so now is the perfect time to start reading. Art style went through a truly amazing improvement from decent but with poor typeface choice to full digital paintings and much better text font.

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I recently discovered Skin Deep. Well drawn with very intricate intertwined story. I went through the entire archive in a few days as I had time.

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Ruby Quest, Homestuck, and Nan quest. I strongly recommend Ruby quest

 

YESSS! Ruby and Nan, they're so good!

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Skin Deep is amazing, we love it. (We also took inspiration with the meditations from the series when we made a necklace for our system as a whole. So we have a chimera medallion inspired by the series that we made ourselves.)

 

Another comic we love is Werechild. We miss the old version of it but the reboot is also nice though we haven't checked it in weeks.

 

Another comic we like is Wurr (on Deviantart).

 

- Cavern-Risen (female, werewolf)

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My old favorite was Brawl in the Family (A Super Smash Bros. fan-comic in the "gag of the day" style, it ended in 2014)

 

My current favorite is Cucumber Quest, if you want some adorable bunny kids with some silly cartoon-y humor that happens to be inspired by things like Paper Mario then I recommend.

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Aw man, all my favorite webcomics have already been mentioned!

 

Weaver, the person who did Ruby/NanQuest, also did another Quest (that technically is still ongoing) called DiveQuest that's also really good! He has a tumblr for his art, too, but don't go on there if you're a minor/not comfortable with NSFW because... well, there's quite a bit of it.

 

Questionable Content is also really good, and is pretty much a day-in-the-life sort of deal. It has AI in the present day, and it's generally a pretty chill comic.

 

Mokepon is also really good, or at least, the first bit I've read was really good; I haven't been keeping up, but I enjoyed it quite a bit. It's Pokemon related, just as the name suggests.

 

I'm in the same boat as Mokepon with Off-White and Lackadaisy Cats; I used to keep up with it, and I don't anymore but I loved them when I did.

 

The Fox Sister was really good but it got discontinued; I think one of the writers got hired to write for a TV show or something. It hasn't been updated since 2014.

 

I probably have a ton more; I went through a phase where I consumed A LOT of webcomics. But that's all I can think of for now.

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A little late to the party, but I couldn't help it. :p

Like the above have said, The Property of Hate is amazing. One of the best I've ever read! (Though, I don't read many webcomics tbh.)

The Meek is a great webcomic. The art is great, updates are a bit slow but worth it. I'm honestly not sure what timeline it takes place in, but there's not any modern technology so there's that.

Prague Race is one of my favorites. A friend got me into it a week ago and I read it all in a day. The story and characters are super cool. Tons of werewolves, trolls, and other fantasy creatures, so I know a few people may want to look into it. :0

I tried reading Off-White, but it didn't really stick. I'll probably try re-reading a bit of it later on. Tried Homestuck, too. Respect for whoever's read all of it from start to finish.

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and a comic by someone called Miss Mab that I can't remember the name of (or maybe the comic was also called Miss Mab???)

 

I believe the comic is called "Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures". The art starts off very basic, but the artist improves a ton over the course of the comic. It's actually really cool to see the art style change and improve.

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I've enjoyed reading Wapsi Square – Slice of supernatural life YA comic PG-13 to R over the years. To understand a lot of it now, though, you'd have to read from the beginning. It's focused on newer characters, but the original (long!) story-arc was pretty cool.

 

If you like World of Warcraft, Dark Legacy Comics has been going on since launch. Their guild existed on the Lightbringer server, and I remember seeing the people many characters were based on running around in the Dark Legacy guild. The artist has improved a great deal since he started making them!

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If you like World of Warcraft, Dark Legacy Comics has been going on since launch. Their guild existed on the Lightbringer server, and I remember seeing the people many characters were based on running around in the Dark Legacy guild. The artist has improved a great deal since he started making them!

Oh man, Dark Legacy is great.

Reminds me, I've got a druid to play and chests to acquire, open, and be disappointed by...I mean enjoy vendoring the items from!

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Oh man, Dark Legacy is great.

Reminds me, I've got a druid to play and chests to acquire, open, and be disappointed by...I mean enjoy vendoring the items from!

 

I used to be a hard-core raider, then I took an arrow to the wrist... (carpal tunnel, lol)

 

The Devil's Panties - It's not Satanic P0rn has provided many giggles over the years too...

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