Ah, I do like Three Panel Soul, but it's a very casual comic. I much prefer the previous MacHall comic they did. (http://www.machall.com/view.php?date=2000-11-07)
Whoa, there are lots of new suggestions since last time I checked this post! Brillent!
I looked at 3eanuts and it is amazing; I somehow managed to barely ever read a Peanuts comic in my life (though I watched many Charlie Brown videos) but these are hilarious and make me wish I could see the last panel to dispel the thick blanket of d3p41rz...so maybe I will rustle up some old Peanuts collections after all.
The rest, I will need to sift through later. I feel that if you are caught reading webcomics at work you will lose your credibility; but if the webcomic turns out to be Dilbert or Peanuts, somehow it is alright again.
Edit: "Webomics". :(
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Kata vs. Kata : a game of simultaneous round-based predictive martial arts (like frozen synapse, but with punches)
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anyone saw latest xkcd comic? I think it tops the ridiculous scale
I think I've worn the fingerprint off'n my best pointin' finger, scrolling about on a trackpad. Found this - it's not perfect (I'd have made the sky regions white for a start) and it does take some of the sense of discovery out of it, but it makes finding stuff a whole lot easier.
3eanuts doesn't do it for me.
Yeah, go buy some of the excellent, excellent bookshelf editions of Peanuts. The strip practically taught me how to read. And amazingly, I still find it funny as an adult. Not much holds up like that.
The depression and pop-psychoanalysis is grand, and no need to chop off the fourth panel to enjoy.
I bid thee rise (don't wanna start a dupe thread).
I recently found O Human Star; I love it. Bit of NSFW romance but mostly SFW, a sci-fi romance/drama:
I didn't see The Fox Sister mentioned; it's a cute romance set in 1968 in an interpretation of the Korean folk tale of the same name (in which a shape-shifting fox aka a kumiho kills & eats people):
Jayd Ait-Kaci, who illustrates The Fox Sister, draws incredibly well.
Anybody have other suggestions?
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