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23 / M / England
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Posted 8/8/15
Only one thats ever maintained my attention has been "Camp Weedonwantcha".
Id kill to see it turned into a show.
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25 / F / Australia
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Posted 8/29/15
I used to read quite a few, but I've dropped off the webcomic bandwagon for the most part.
However, I still like to engage in the following:

http://questionablecontent.net/

http://ppg.snafu-comics.com/

http://www.romanticallyapocalyptic.com/
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Posted 9/6/15 , edited 9/6/15
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal

http://www.smbc-comics.com/
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Posted 9/10/15 , edited 12/9/15
I read www.whompcomic.com/ which can be funny and even depressing at times,the main character/writer also writes another comic called www.otaku-dad.com which is also very very funny,give it a looksie?





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Posted 9/10/15 , edited 9/10/15
LFG

Order of the Stick

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Posted 9/10/15
I like 2 Little bastards, but it hasn't been updated in a while. The artist has been hitting the con scene and doing comissions and such, plus his RL job. I hope he picks it back up. I know you can get the comic in manga form too.

http://2littlebastards.com/
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Posted 9/11/15
http://themonsterunderthebed.net/
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Posted 9/11/15
I used to read
pretty religiously and I kinda regret spending so much time reading it, and rarely associate myself with the fan-base. More often than not I read Ronnie's Whomp! comic if anything at all. Not many webcomics make me laugh or emit any sort of positive emotion from me, so I haven't read anything to be honest. Recently I picked up a webcomic from someone I follow on Tumblr, but it hasn't quite hooked me to it yet, unfortunately.
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Posted 9/13/15 , edited 9/13/15
I don't but I really would like to get into them. I don't know where a good place would be to find em.
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43 / M / Canada
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Posted 11/5/15 , edited 11/5/15
and I just found Dumbing of Age

lots of fun, give it a shot

http://www.dumbingofage.com/
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Posted 11/13/15
Power Nap is fun. Its a near future where people take pills so they never have to sleep. But some people, like the main character, are allergic. And then things get wonderfully weird.
Romantically Apocalyptic is beautiful, and strange. Read the stuff under the pictures. Its also not a romance, most of the time. Though there is that billboard...
Monster Pulse is a lot of fun. Weird science turns organs into monsters, but they are still linked to the body they once were a part of.
Derelict has a really neat setting.

Theres a lot out there, but once you find one you like, it gets easier to find more. Because most web comics have ads for other, similar, web comics. Or authors will occasionally do guest pages and say, read this one my fans! And then you find more pretty things.

Like Amya Chronicles, Bird Boy, Minor Acts of Heroism, Hemlock, and June. June is... just so good. And its completed so you can just read it all and then wonder what to do next with your life.

Sites like Smack Jeeves (Minor Acts of Heroism, Hemlock, and June live there) are helpful to find webcomics, as its a webcomic hosting site. So lots of content all in once place, and lots of people who can offer suggestions outside jeeves too. Of course, some of it sucks, but its free so worth checking out.
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23 / F / Wonderland
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Posted 11/13/15
nope
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24 / M / Deep 13
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Posted 12/11/15
I like the absurd, gag-a-day comics like XKCD and Dinosaur Comics.



Jillian Tamaki's SuperMutant Magic Academy is also pretty funny, capturing that teenage melodrama and angst, while also being a parody of "magical school" stories.



Emily Carrol does some really cool horror comics on her site. http://www.emcarroll.com/
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Posted 12/11/15
Alas, I've tried to power my way through Homestuck but that webcomic is one large motherfucker.
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40 / F / Scotland
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Posted 12/12/15
I read comics from Go comics app/website and sparkler magazine & their website
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