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* Most of the characters in ''Webcomic/OneOverZero'' at some point, but Zadok ''constantly''.
* ''Webcomic/{{Adventurers}}'' has one in each camp: Ardam for the heroes and Argent for the villains. Though Ardam is usually more "exasperated" than "deadpan".
* Both Paige and Norah from ''Webcomic/AgentsOfTheRealm'' seem to have it as their primary defense against the mess they are plunged into. The former uses it to be a voice of reason for the cast, while the latter employs it against the bleeds as much as her sword.
* Flint from ''Webcomic/ALoonaticsTale'' is very much this.
* Any character in ''Webcomic/AntiheroForHire'' who isn't a) Doctor Nefarious b) ice-powered guy still looking for a name c) Baron Diamond. And they have their moments.
* ''Webcomic/APTComic'' has everyone doing it to the point that and word puns are the majority of the humor displayed.
* Sheila in ''Webcomic/AtArmsLength'' within her group of friends. Also Kaige at times.
* Mercy Black from ''Webcomic/AutumnBay''.
* Depressed Spleen from ''Webcomic/AwfulHospital''.
* Kris from ''Webcomic/{{Bardsworth}}''.
* [=McCain=] from ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl'' has this down to an art. Lucy can be pretty good at this too.
* Roll and Protoman in their coffee breaks for ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge''.
* K, Liz, Mary, and [[{{Satan}} Lucifer]] from ''Webcomic/{{Blip}}''.
* Nikos from ''Webcomic/{{Brave Resistance}}'' who snarks more often than he breathes.
* Alex Williams of ''Webcomic/CaptainSNES'' can be extremely sarcastic.
* Hugo the rat from ''ComicStrip/CaptnCrazy''.
* Mona Montrois in ''Webcomic/CestLaVie'' - deadpan snark and French.
* Kei in ''Webcomic/CircumstancesOfTheRevenantBraves''.
* Gigi is this ''constantly'' in her author notes for ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest''.
** Also Peridot, Almond, what little we've seen of Saturday, the two cake ladies, Saturday's butler...
** ...The Nightmare Knight...
-->'''NK:''' This is the queen.\\
'''Splashmaster:''' So?\\
'''NK:''' '''So''', this isn't the princess. They're ''two different people.'' Surely even ''[[TheDitz you]]'' can grasp this concept.\\
'''Splashmaster:''' [[CrowningMomentofFunny But queen just older fatter princess!]]
* Ha-Hyeon from ''Webcomic/DivineBells''.
** Hong-Ryeong and No-Woo also have their moments.
* A vast majority of the cast of ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater''. Most notable are Sarda, Black Mage, Thief, and White Mage. But even dumb innocent Fighter [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2007/01/04/episode-791-happy-landings/ has his moments]].
* Susan in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', natch.
* Zinger Sharpley from ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes''.
* ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}'' gives us Prince Tramennis and, to a lesser extent, Foolamancer Jack Snipe. Justified in Jack's case. He's a Foolamancer. It's his job to see the world as it is so that he can manipulate it. Prince Tramennis is just balancing out the rest of his family.
* Every main and supporting character in both Michael Poe's ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'' have their moments of this, but the males seem especially prone to it. Jon and Ellis probably have a Snark/Strip ratio of 2:1.
* Mel from ''Webcomic/{{Explorers of Souls}}'' is prone to lots and lots of sarcastic commentary. Her EstablishingCharacterMoment is the utterance of "Oh, bloody hell." once she sees she has become a Pokemon.
* Plenty of snark in ''Webcomic/ExterminatusNow''. Earliest example:
-->'''Harold Eastwood:''' ''(on Virus smoking in his intro page)'' You mean it was a lame attempt to look badass.\\
'''Syrus "The Virus" Zuviel:''' Did it work?\\
'''Eastwood:''' No, you just looked like a regular ass.\\
'''Virus:''' Ha. And indeed, ha. Don't quit your day job Harry.
* Most of the cast of ''Webcomic/FletcherApts'' except for Kia and Mr.Fletcher.
* Daniel from ''Webcomic/{{Footloose}}'', which can result in his receiving a smack (or boot) upside the head from his twin sister Jin.
* Snarkers abound in ''Webcomic/{{Freakwatch}},'' but few are as proficient at it as [[PerkyGoth Jessica.]]
* It's fair to say that ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' is another WorldOfSnark.
** Emperor Krosp. Then again, [[CatsAreSnarkers he is a cat]]. It comes with the territory. And [[OnlySaneMan being sane]].
** Lately, Moloch von Zinzer has been getting in some good lines.
** And [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080609 airman 3rd class Axel Higgs]].
** What about our heroine Agatha?
-->'''Agatha:'''(as she and Gil are plummeting) Oh, it's a falling machine. I'm so impressed.
** Wooster gets in his digs, too. Though as he's British that comes with the territory.
** Carson von Mekkhan seems to have this as his default setting.
** Dr. Sun is infamous for his "[[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20110204 sun-ny bedside manner]]."
** Jenka [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20151223 has her moments, too]].
* The girl Blacksmith from ''Webcomic/{{Godslave}}'', as a way of dealing with her HotBlooded partner.
-->'''The man''': Don't try to stop me! *runs off to [[MuggingTheMonster confront Edith]].\\
'''The girl''' (grinning): Oh, no. Don't.
** Said partner doesn't stay far behind.
-->'''The man''': Tch-what's this blade made of?\\
'''Edith''': B*** deterrent.\\
'''The man''': ''Cute''.
* ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'': Gravedust, paradoxically. He's almost completely lacking in humor, so on the rare occasions when he ''does'' crack wise, he does it with such a straight face that it's hard to tell whether he's actually joking or not. [[http://guildedage.net/comic/chapter-6-page-2/ Case in point.]]
* Antimony and Reynardine from ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt''.
-->'''Reynardine:''' Haha! Tired already, child?\\
'''Antimony:''' Don't be so cocky. You don't have any lungs.
* Zombie of ''Webcomic/HannaIsNotABoysName'' is so deadpan that it can be [[TheStoic hard to tell whether he's serious or not]].
* Half the regular [non-superhero] cast in ''Head Trip'', Lilian especially, plus Chemokid.
* UsefulNotes/LaborDay in ''Webcomic/HolidayWars'' often delivers these types of lines. The first time he did so happened in [[http://www.th3rdworld.com/web-comic/Holiday-Wars/episode/Holiday-Wars-Episode-34 episode 34]].
* So, so, so many examples from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. Just within the main characters, Dave, Rose, and occasionally John all qualify, and beyond that, practically half the cast qualifies. There's a reason the verbal competition between Kanaya and Rose is measured by the "Flighty Broads and their Snarky Horseshit-o-Meter." And that said "Horseshit-o-Meter" [[ReadingsBlewUpTheScale explodes]].
--> It simply cannot take this much horseshit.
* Jean in ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob,'' reflecting the fact that she is [[OnlySaneMan the Only Sane One]] in the cast.
* Charlie from ''Webcomic/KhaosKomix'' has shades of this.
* Kadeen of ''Webcomic/KnightsErrant'' gets an honorable mention for snarking while suffering from a massive chest wound.
* In ''Webcomic/KnightsOfBuenaVista'', Dick is this, such as when Mary and Adriana are treating a horrible childhood event for their {{Player Character}}s with an AngstWhatAngst attitude.
* Zane the cat in ''Webcomic/{{Kurami}}'', such as [[https://scontent-cdg2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/t31.0-8/12094743_793951640711265_445267228645355339_o.jpg in this comic]].
* Most of the cast of ''Webcomic/{{Lackadaisy}}'' indulges in some snark, but Zib almost ''exists'' to offer his sarcastic take on matters.
* Worf in ''Webcomic/LarpTrek'', unsurprisingly enough.
* Green in ''Webcomic/TheLawOfPurple'' occasionally pulls a DeadpanSnarker moment, as does his brother Blue.
* Rayne of ''Webcomic/LeastICouldDo'' goes so far over the top with the IdiotHero and HandsomeLech routines that most of the rest of the cast are divided into those who can use deadpan snarking to survive his bombastic ways (Issa and Noel), and those who turn into his punching bags (Jon and Mick). Noel is probably the best example.
* ''Webcomic/{{The Legend of Maxx}}'' is rife with these:
** June the Dryad, who can watch a man [[http://legendofmaxx.com/archives/1070 get blown up by dynamite]] without even changing her expression.
** Cyril the Wizard, who has acted as a foil for {{Idiot Hero}} Maxx since day one.
--> [[http://legendofmaxx.com/archives/1198 "You know, it's a very rare occurrence, but every once in a while I get the bizarre impression that you don't listen to a word I say."]]
** Aley the Fairy has a tendency to feel bad for him/herself, which is usually accompanied by some [[http://legendofmaxx.com/archives/1333 serious snark.]]
--> "So I just flew in. No one paid me any attention. Ever."
--> "It's not like I'm a person with real feelings or anything."
* ''Webcomic/{{Life}}'' has a couple examples:
** Madison is generally more cynical than sardonic, but [[http://www.cha0sden.com/Life.php?comic=126 she can break out an ice-cold burn with a straight face when appropriate.]] ([[http://www.cha0sden.com/Life.php?comic=88 Context.]]) (And [[http://www.cha0sden.com/Life.php?comic=16 more context.]])
** [[FanNickname Video Game Guy]] can break out the snark when it's needed. [[http://www.cha0sden.com/Life.php?comic=153 For example, when discussing Edward's theories about Felicia:]]
-->'''VGG:''' You're being awful observant.\\
'''Edward:''' I'm just sharp like that, I guess.\\
'''VGG:''' Absolutely. It took you a month to notice one thing.
* Richard from ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup''.
-->'''Richard:''' I'm no physician, but there appears to be a dagger in my chest.
* ''Webcomic/LsEmpire'' has Indx, who snarks as a result of spending 1500 years in Limbo.
* Pato from ''[[Webcomic/M9Girls M9 Girls!]]''. She is usually the OnlySaneMan of the group, which makes her fond of uttering snarky remarks about the other girls' decisions.
* The weighing scale from ''Webcomic/{{Maliki}}'' loves to poke fun at the title character for [[YouAreFat putting on weight]].
--> '''Scale:''' [[foldercontrol]]

[[folder: If the idea was to weigh a sumo team, it would have been easier to do it one by one. ]]

* Toad in ''Webcomic/MarioAndLuigiCleanupCrew'' is the one likeliest to backtalk, even to Princess Peach.
* The title character of ''{{Webcomic/Matchu}}'', as well as a few of the other, less jaded characters.
* Jason in ''Webcomic/{{Multiplex}}''. Funnily enough, he is often confused for an AuthorAvatar, which the author denies... to some extent.
* Marius from ''Webcomic/MyLifeInBlue''.
* In ''Webcomic/NightmareFactory'' practically every character is this.
** While Emai is usually more obviously snarky, she still has her more subtle moments, particularly right after Phirre has Kreyul turned into a spider.
--> '''Phirre:''' Aw, why the face? He’s your friend, isn’t he? His appearance shouldn’t dictate your attitude towards him.
--> '''Emai:''' You misunderstood. My repulsed face was more toward the realization, that you’re still here. Ugh, the irony of waking up to a nightmare.
** Kreyul can be seen as an even bigger deadpan snarker than Emai.
--> '''Kreyul:''' (to Phirre) If being a beetch for a living was a career, you’d be a CEO of your own company.
** And of course, the Game Master himself, [[ManipulativeBastard Phirre]] is one.
--> '''Phirre''': (to Emai) How do you breathe with your nose all up in my business?
* While Artax tries it occasionally...
-->'''Yeager:''' Contrary to... ''most'' of my dating history, not every woman who's interested in me is a flesh-craving abomination.\\
'''Artax:''' Really? Have you been seeing someone we don't know about?
::... Webcomic/{{Nodwick}} does it more or less nonstop.
-->'''Artax:''' She Who Must Not Be Named has taken That Which Man Was Not Meant To Know!\\
'''Nodwick:''' Did she say where She Who went?\\
'''Artax:''' To The Lands Which Know No Name!\\
'''Nodwick:''' Uh-huh... let me know if we find any proper nouns in all this mess.
* Lars from ''Webcomic/TheNoordegraafFiles''. His first four lines are pure unrefined sarcasm. Akila, when she's in the "Tsun" half of her {{Tsundere}} personality.
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' is a WorldOfSnark, so this may take some time...
** Roy Greenhilt has his snarkiness being his primary character flaw -- according to the beings of pure law and good that judge him in the afterlife, anyway. Since he is Lawful Good, that's a flaw.
*** [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0015.html Probably inherited from his father.]]
----> '''Roy:''' Dad?? But... you and Mom are both dead...\\
'''Dad:''' Yeah, funny thing about being a ghost, it has some harsh prerequisites.
** Among the supporting roles, Vaarsuvius plays this role often. Being TheSpock, V is certainly the most deadpan of all.
** Belkar, post-fake CharacterDevelopment.
--->'''Crystal:''' Arrgh! You little twit, I'm gonna kill you!\\
'''Belkar:''' Yeah, and I'm going to drop a house on you and sing about how I represent the Lollipop Guild. C'mon, let's keep our threats realistic, shall we?
** On the evil side, this role is usually taken by Redcloak, who is often paired up with [[CardCarryingVillain over-the-top cliched bad guy]] Xykon or the [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} adorably naive]] Monster in the Darkness.
--->'''Redcloak:''' I'm on my way to finish zombifying the monsters we killed up in the tower.\\
'''[=MitD=]:''' Yeah, I can help with that.\\
'''Redcloak:''' Really? So, I guess those three boxes of mallomars you finished off somehow earned you enough XP to gain 5 levels in cleric overnight.\\
'''[=MitD=]:''' Well, they were especially chewy....\\
'''Redcloak:''' Then unless you are volunteering your services as raw materials, I don't think you are going to be much help.
** Half of the named characters get a crowning moment of snark or two, and some unnamed. Bonus points to SpoonyBard Elan, who's not particularly bright most of the time, doubles as his CrowningMomentOfAwesome when he [[spoiler: pulls a WhatTheHellHero moment on Vaarsuvius when he/she [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0596.html killed a minor villain purely because he/she was impatient that the plot wasn't moving fast enough for his/her taste]].]]
-->'''Vaarsuvius:''' Your swift progress with illusions is overshadowed only by your long-overdue grasp of the basics of sarcasm.
** The Demon-Roaches are also full [[SnarkyNonHumanSidekick Snarky Non-Human Sidekicks]].
* All of the characters in ''Webcomic/OutThere'', but mostly Sherry, Clayton, and James.
* Ozy of ''Webcomic/OzyAndMillie'', being TheStoic, manages to be so deadpan that his targets often don't even ''realize'' he's being snarky. A prominent case of this came when [[http://ozyandmillie.org/2003/01/13/ozy-and-millie-1077/ Avery declared himself to be a "bad boy".]]
* Tycho in ''Webcomic/PennyArcade''.
* [[http://www.precociouscomic.com/archive/comic/2011/01/10 The On-Cue Ball]] from ''WebComic/{{Precocious}}'' is an oracle! ...Or, very possibly, prerecorded snark.
--> '''"I'm sorry, I wasn't paying atten--I MEAN REPLY HAZY, TRY AGAIN!"'''
* Brent Sienna from ''Webcomic/PvP''.
** Disputed in [[http://www.pvponline.com/2010/04/07/family-matters-2/ Family Matters]] by Francis, who thinks Brent has become more of a JerkWithAHeartOfGold. Francis also suggests that the new deadpan snarker be Max Powers.
* Faye (and others) in ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent''. Early in the comic's run, Faye and Martin got their new apartment because the landlady liked their snarkiness.
* Nancy in ''Webcomic/{{Rhapsodies}}''.
* Mr. Snippy in ''Webcomic/RomanticallyApocalyptic''.
-->'''Captain:''' ''(in front of a computer with a destroyed monitor)'' Hello computer... I'd like one free internet please. Maybe if I twiddle these wires...\\
'''Mr. Snippy:''' You are an idiot.\\
'''Captain:''' What? No... Why?\\
'''Mr. Snippy:''' ''(holding up a cell phone with a destroyed screen)'' To illustrate, I shall take a photo of your epic failure with my phone.
* In ''Webcomic/RPGWorld'', every member of the main cast gets a turn at deadpan snarking, even [[TheDitz the dim-witted Hero]]. [[OnlySaneMan Cherry]], [[{{Bishonen}} Eikre]], and [[WrenchWench Reka]] are the most frequent offenders.
* Most of the main cast of ''Webcomic/RumorsOfWar'', and a good chunk of the periphery characters are snarky -- possibly to the point of creating a veritable WorldOfSnark.
* Yuudai from ''Webcomic/{{Sakana}}'' is this occasionally, which fits well with his general {{Jerkass}} personality.
* Bunker from ''Webcomic/{{Sandusky}}''.
* Ferret from Webcomic/ScooterAndFerret.
* Quinn from ''Webcomic/ShotgunShuffle'' is a particularly caustic one.
-->'''Quinn:''' Do you speak English? 'Cause I don't speak retard.
* Art from ''Webcomic/SequentialArt'' is like this whenever he isn't busy being a ManChild.
-->'''Art:''' [[http://www.collectedcurios.com/sequentialart.php?s=389 If I come back to find you minus a head, I'm not going to cry.]]
* Rhea from ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'' is snark with a tail.
* Nearly all the cast of ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'', but Davan is King Snark.
* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'':
** Mikkel tends to be this, if he's not outright being TheGadfly. He'll do things such as explaning to Reynir that the bruise he got from a PlagueZombie will not make him catch ThePlague because it didn't actually break the skin, unless he happenes to have licked the the bruised arm right after it happened. He then actually makes sure Reynir didn't lick his arm just to be safe, despite the fact that due to ThePlague being partially airborne, Reynir has been wearing a mask protecting his nose and mouth since before he got bruised and hasn't taken it off yet.
** In the prologue, Mikkel's great-grandmother knows how to deal with a passenger demanding an entire ferry to go against newly implemented travel restrictions so he can get to a work meeting on time:
-->'''Signe:''' Oh no, an important meeting? I'll call the captain right away on our direct emergency line! ''[picks up imaginary phone]'' Hello Captain! Oh yes I'm fine, how are you? So hey, I have a passenger here who would like you to turn back to Ystad...Oh? Oh dear, how unfortunate. I'm sure he'll understand, he seems like a reasonable man. ''[mimes hanging up]'' I'm sorry, another passenger already asked to be taken to the Bahamas, so we're heading there now. But you're next in line with your request!
* Stickman from ''Webcomic/StickmanAndCube''.
* Ruby, in ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'', has a bumpy start as a snarker, being too neurotic to manage the deadpan well and living in a fairly snark-light comic. However, by [[http://www.stickydillybuns.com/strips-sdb/threw_quite_the_tantrum this strip]] it seems that she's beginning to develop the skill. The [[BecomingTheMask male disguise may help her relax enough]], but mostly it's the golden opportunities that she's offered; the comic may turn out to be about the creation of a competent snarker.
* Cassie, Chris and Alan are all snarkers in ''Webcomic/{{Sunstone}}''.
* Also many people in another of the author's comics, ''Webcomic/SuperStupor''. Come to think of it, perhaps every character R. K. Milholland creates. And thus, probably Milholland himself, as well.
* Androssi Zahard from ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod''. That paired with her arrogant narcissism and JerkassWithAHeartOfGold attitude have made her somewhat of a fan-favourite.
* Liam from ''Webcomic/TrippingOverYou''.
-->''While browsing vinyls in a music store:''
-->'''Milo''': So, you're big into music, hm?
-->'''Liam''': Nope. I just come here for the books on vinyl.
* Bert and Darby from ''[[http://www.tru-lifeadventures.com TRU-Life Adventures]]'' are the most consistently snarky among the toy store staff, but almost everyone working there gets a moment. It must be a survival technique for dealing with the customers.
* Gracelis in ''Webcomic/TryingHuman''.
-->'''Quazky:''' The master love machine has taken him (Hue) under his wing!\\
'''Gracelis:''' You mean [=EBE1=]? ''(blows smoke in Quazky's face while maintaining a completely serious expression)''\\
'''Quazky:''' NO! ME!
* ''Webcomic/TypicalStrange'': Most of the cast.
* Lazarus from ''Webcomic/{{Underling}}''.
* Dewey from ''Webcomic/{{Unshelved}}''.
-->'''Mell:''' People don't like it when you're right all the time.\\
'''Dewey:''' If being right is wrong, I don't want to be right. Nah, I still want to be right.
* Aeris, the pink female cat from ''Webcomic/VGCats'', provides the page pic. [[AuthorAvatar Pantsman]] is snarky as well, but to a lesser extent.
* A number of characters in ''Webcomic/WeAreTheWyrecats'' have a dry sense of humor, particularly K.A.'s father.
* Shelly's conscience from ''Webcomic/WapsiSquare'' is just as sarcastic as it is [[CreepyChild creepy]].
* Reuben from ''Webcomic/WoodsForTheTrees''.
* ''Webcomic/TheWordWeary'' features a character named Yorick who has yet to have a line that ISN'T dead snarky.
* Jason Grey in ''Webcomic/TheWotch'' (and [[GenderBender Sonja]] as well).
-->'''[[http://www.thewotch.com/?date=2003-02-19 Jason]]:''' Anne, even your personified sarcasm is no match for me. I've been constanty sarcastic for 15 years.
* Father Yiannis from ''Webcomic/{{Without Moonlight}} snarks about God and forgiveness a lot.
* ''Webcomic/ZebraGirl'':
** Sandra is quite snarky. [[spoiler:This trait becomes exacerbated when she becomes evil.]]
** Viv, in spades, though her snark is more of the friendly kind.
* Howard from ''Webcomic/ZodiacBlues'', even when he's facing his worst fears.
* In ''Webcomic/ZokushoComics'', [[BadassDriver Max's]] reaction to having his leg blown off by a suit case bomb? ''[[http://www.waywardcross.com/?p=49 Snark.]]''.
* Carrie, Simon, Vincent and Autumn from ''Webcomic/{{Zoophobia}}''.
* Tony of ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'':
--> [=*=]Yiska and [[spoiler:Hex]] being {{Sickeningly Sweethearts}}[=*=] \\
'''Mye:''' I saved ya some bacon since Menu drank the maple syrup again.\\
'''Tony:''' Eh? Is no shortage of sap I's seeing heres…
* Imm from [[http://yegil.deviantart.com/#/d4kyhmi/ this comic]] appears to be headed this way.