• Sluggy Freelance - One of the longest running webcomics out there. At its core it’s the story about two guys getting into wacky adventures and heaps of trouble.

 

  • Three Panel Soul - Artistically outstanding. It manages to create an intimate atmosphere, allowing the reader to identify with the various characters and their ordeals. Three Panel Soul is defined by its look and feel.

 

  • Loaded Dice - A webcomic about a group of characters playing Dungeons and Dragons. Steadily improving itself, this relatively new comic is one to watch.

 

  • Moose Shoe – This comic has a very clean look. It’s a pixel/sprite comic that’s easy to keep track of. It boasts a very distinct style and an eclectic cast of characters.

 

  • Girly- Girly is Girly. It’s weird, it’s zany it’s fun. Girly goes there, only to return with a weird handwoven wicker basket. I like Girly, it’s too dynamic, too random, too much fun. How could I not like it?

 

  • Life ain’t no Pony Farm – a fun bilingual project. The comic can be read in English, as well as in German. It’s sort of, kind of, maybe, a tiny bit auto-biographical… with talking mushrooms and elephants thrown in for good measure

 

  • Holy Mole -  Sharp design, crisp art, comedy with a nice little edge. It’s sharp and it’s fun.

 

 

  • Monkeychucker - an artistic outlet inspired by comicbook graphics. Worth keeping an eye, if only to see how it develops.