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Gag-per-Day Webcomics
A subcategory of Webcomics: Gag-per-day or "traditional" webcomics, comics whose individual parts are largely self-contained. These comics are like Newspaper Comics in that the current strip should make sense (or at least make you laugh) even if you haven't done an Archive Binge. Remember that subject matter has no bearing here.

Cerebus Syndrome may move a comic out of this, as a creator develops arcs in which to find new inspiration.
Feel free to add comics to the list in alphabetical order. All links should be Wiki Words, even if we don't have a page for the comic yet, or you'll break the new indexing system. If a page is added for a work, please remove the external link.

  • Plus EV: A Poker Comic with Positive Expected Value.
  • 2Gamerz: A webcomic similar to VG Cats but also includes anime and many internet-related topics.
  • 404: You could say this is the Spanish equivalent to xkcd.
  • 5 Color Control maintains a schedule of both gag-per-day and arc-based strips regularly.
  • A Frikis Life [1]: It combines the usual gag strips with two series, AFL: Fantasy Edition and Despair.
  • The Adventures of Gyno-Star: A superhero parody with a feminist theme.
  • Alice: A comic about an extremely imaginative and eccentric young girl and her down-to-earth, Deadpan Snarker best friend.
  • All Manner Of Bad: The Zombie Apocalypse has begun. The dead walk the earth, and a group of co-workers holed up in a warehouse try to figure out how to survive.
  • All Over The House: Follows the adventures of a cynical journalist and a demonologist barrister.
  • And That's How Equestria Was Made!
  • Amazing Super Powers: A colorful webcomic with a penchant for the macabre.
  • Angband Tales From The Pit: Follows the adventures of Explorington III, a valiant @ in the ASCII dungeons of Angband. Bitter, cynical and just plain weird. And that's just the hero. A liking for, and knowledge of, the Roguelike genre of games comes in handy when reading this three-day-a-week strip.
  • Animals Have Problems Too: Focused on animals and their not-so-everyday problems. Mostly.
  • Anime Arcadia: A young man somehow creates his own Cat Girl, who then moves in with him. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Anime News Nina: Follows the day-to-day lives of Nina and her friends as she discovers the unique world of anime, manga, their fandom, and everything else associated with them.
  • Ansem Retort: A Black Comedy comic about Kingdom Hearts characters on a FOX reality show. Totally ignores the continuity in the Kingdom Hearts video game series though. (This is a good thing.)
  • Antics: A Slice of Life style webcomic that follows the lives and mistakes of Fletcher and Copernicus.
  • Applegeeks: Follows the adventures of a Teen Genius and Macintosh geek named Hawk and his friends.
  • AskYeshua: God's son makes a comeback as a 12 year old psychiatrist.
  • Awkward Moments
  • Balderduck: A surreal comic that follows different characters but also includes single panel strips
  • Balls 2 That: A comic by Luke Mckay, featuring the zany nurse/psycho pair Balls and Mustard.
  • The Bare Pit: This Australian webcomic, which began in 1998 as Loxie & Zoot, is about a diverse group of nudists. There's no sexual content, but it is still NSFW because of the nudity.
  • Beaver and Steve
  • The Bedfellows: Follows the absurd antics of two Mix-and-Match Critter roommates. Later adapted into a webtoon.
  • Bigger Than Cheeses: Black Comedy / Dadaist comic.
  • The Bird Feeder: A webcomic that chronicles the lives of backyard birds.
  • Biter Comics: Gag-a-day comics often at the expense of one of the cast member's well being.
  • Blow The Cartridge [2]: Readers select an old retro video game, and the cartoonist makes a comic about it..
  • Blur the Lines: A webcomic about two gay men who are a chub and a chaser, and the funny ideas they have about life and society.
  • Bob the Angry Flower
  • The Book of Biff
  • Boy on a Stick and Slither
  • Brawl in the Family: Strips about the daily lives of videogame characters with particular focus on the Kirby franchise. Normally sketchily drawn (though in a good way), but likes to experiment with Art Shift.
  • Bricktown: A Slice of Life / Romantic Comedy webcomic about a pair of roommates and their nerdy friends living in Rochester, NY.
  • Busty Girl Comics: Practically a non-fiction comic about living with large breasts.
  • Buttercup Festival
  • Buttersafe
  • Bug Martini
  • Bytes Of Life: A gag-per-day Affectionate Parody following Kakujo; his baby daughter, Ilia; and their interactions with various characters from the video game world; Mostly Nintendo's.
  • Callous [3]: Follow Dr. Rianne Nicah, a struggling new physician, as she braves the world with her Guardian Duck, Cal Duck!
  • Camp Weedonwantcha: Children are left at this camp that has no adults, and left to fend for themselves with only occasional supplies dropped in by parachute. Winner of the 2013 Season of the Reality TV Game Show Strip Search.
  • Captn Crazy
  • The Cartoon Chronicles of Conroy Cat: A cartoon character with dreams of stardom does odd jobs in Cartoon Land. It's like VG Cats except covering animation news.
  • Casey and Andy: Mad scientist roommates who die a lot. And one of them dates Satan. Then it gets wackier.
  • "Cat And Meringue": A mad inventor cat and a cultural meringue in a catamaran? What Could Possibly Go Wrong? ?
  • Chainsawsuit: Kris Straub's outlet for the randomness and occasional pop-culture humor that wouldn't fit in Starslip Crisis.
  • Channel Ate: It's basically Cyanide and Happiness with slightly better art.
  • Chatroom
  • Checkerboard Nightmare: Kris Straub's first comic, which ran from late 2000 to late 2005, and then some. It featured the self-referential adventures of a character called the Checkerboard Nightmare, a cartoon character who constantly attempted to improve the readership of his own strip. This premise allowed the comic to reference current happenings in webcomics, and address topics like Fan Fiction and genre strips, always with a satirical edge. It is also extremely funny.
  • Chibi Mikusan: Commonly regarded as being digustingly adorable, largely dialogue-less fan yonkoma webcomic about the Vocaloids.
  • Chopping Block: One-panel comics (a la The Far Side) concerning the day-to-day travails of a hockey-masked serial killer. Pure black humor, mining the various tropes of horror and slasher films for their most ludicrous applications. It has a somewhat irregular update schedule.
  • Chuck And Beans: (hosted here)
  • Cinema Bums: Four-panel humorous comics on movie-related topics, half concerning a stable set of characters, the other half self-contained gag-a-day style.
  • Coach Random
  • College Future Generation
  • Com'c: A gag-a-day-based, dialogue-driven comic with no ongoing storyline. Centred around four neighbors in an apartment building where anything can happen.
  • Conventional Wisdom: a webcomic about anime conventions and other assorted geekery. The filler comics between conventions are the most gag-oriented.
  • Count Your Sheep: An adorable joke/pun-per-day webcomic about a girl, her mother and their imaginary sheep. Possibly the only General Audience-rated webcomic on the net.
  • Coyote Ville
  • Crazy Sunshine: An Urban Fantasy comedy set in its own world, following the lives and events of a diverse group of characters.
  • Ctrl R
  • Cyanide and Happiness: The comic that knows no bounds. Its targets, acceptable and not, are infinite: the disabled, necrophilia, pedophilia, Jesus Christ, etc. It has a few recurring characters and very few and short story arcs.
  • The Daily Dalek: Humorous webcomic about the nemesis of Doctor Who leading ordinary lives.
  • The Daily Derp: Derpy does random stuff.
  • DEMONARCHY: Three loser demons attempting to accomplish everyday tasks while maintaining their jobs as workers of the Demon King.
  • Dinosaur Comics: Every strip contains the same images — a deliberately poorly-composed, sparse and out-of-proportion collection of dinosaur-themed clip art — with new dialogue each time, wherein a slightly dim T-rex has philosophical debates with a more sensible Utahraptor.
  • The Dog House Diaries: A really charmingly mellow example: this comic is a Slice of Life look at culture in America in a light that is both sharply hilarious and never NSFW.
  • Does Not Play Well With Others: Michael Poe's (creator of Exploitation Now and Errant Story) new webcomic, launched at the beginning of 2011.
  • Down The Stairs: A gag-per-day style comic, which updates every other day. It covers a wide range of topics and has no set characters.
  • The Dragon Queen: Transvestite Super Hero comic. Moved to Gag Per Day in February 2011.
  • Edison Hate Future: A cut-and-paste comic by Warren Ellis.
  • Eh Tio [4]: Spanish webcomic about a group of weird college students, combined with many non-sequitur strips. It took 50 strips for the author to get to this, before then it was a comedy Slice-of-Life webcomic.
  • Enjuhneer: A strip about the daily life of a nerd girl on a tech school campus.
  • Evil Inc.: Supervillians run their operation as a legitimate business.
  • Extra Ordinary: A strip about a quirky Chinese girl, her quirky cat and their quirky antics.
  • Faulty Logic: A weekly comic about squirrels, Michael Bay, and stupid people. The two main characters (the Author Avatars) are furries, but they'll be damned before they'll let anyone catagorize them as such.
  • Femmegasm: Largely concerns the adventures of June July (an impulsive Tamarin monkey) and Shelly Mander (A naive Axolotl salamander). Also along for the ride are Pembroke W. Korgi(An inept wandering swordsman and Bubble Bobble dragon) and Daisy (A neurotic dog-girl). The comic mostly focuses on these characters, but occasionally has one-shot comics involving other topics the author is amused by.
  • Fluffy And Mervin: Furry webcomic about a cat and a mouse who don't spend their time chasing one another.
  • Flying Man And Friends [5]: Some of the gags are more like non-sequiturs, though. But there's no real plot. Or, if there is, it hasn't really made an appearance yet.
  • Folly and Innovation: Science, nerd, pop culture, and observational humor strip.
  • Fredo And Pidjin [6]: Profanity, sex jokes and wordplay-based gags, mostly. Two white pigeons are bringing the End of The World.
  • Freaking Awful Puns: No, it's not about that. Freaking Awful Puns is a typical daily comic written by three different authors, dealing with Hipsters, PeTA, bizzare humor, and freaking awful puns.
  • Friday 4 Koma: Fun takes on Japanese Media Tropes, published weekly on friday in yonkoma format.
  • Fruit Incest: A CHEETASTIC webcomic by our very own Miss Hedgey!
  • The Frumps: Adorably Vulgar
  • Funny Farm [7]: This daily comic has everything you need in strip reading. Stars a cast of six and features an ever increasing cast of extras which help influence the lives of the stars and the events that surround Funny Farm. Has been updated every single day since January 1999, and as of 2008 is reaching its conclusion. Try reading now and witness the strip evolve into the grand story that it is.
  • Funny Webcomic [8]: Daily comic that encourages readers to vote for what topic / theme the creator will tackle next. Includes plenty of trope parodies.
  • Gallery Of Freaks: A gag-per-day webcomic with occasional story-arcs thrown in for good measure.
  • The Garage: Strip follows two brothers and their cousin in crazy misadventures, including time travel and superhero cosplay with cloning blues.
  • Geeks Next Door: A strip that follows the (fictional) lives and (exaggerated) adventures of a couple of geeks in love, their roommate, and their various friends.
  • Geeks The Comic Strip: A three-times per week comic that follows the misadventures and antics of the staff of a fictional comicbook store.
  • George the Dragon: A Dragon named George and his hysterical adventures. This is a weekly webcomic where George goes about trying to live his life as a dragon among humans. He often resorts to costumes and trickery, but the results are always funny. Family friendly without compromising humour.
  • Gerbil With A Jetpack [9]: Monty Python’s Flying Circus had nothing to do with serpents, aeronautics or carnival life, and Mad magazine rarely concerned itself with mental health issues, so Gerbil With a Jetpack is just a silly name for a webcomic. Best not to read too much into it.
  • Get Milked [10]: A webcomic every three days (or so) until the end of the world.
  • Ginger's Bread: A colourful and quirky comic following the exploits of Ginger, an unemployed layabout who bakes cookies and plays games, and her friends.
  • Girly: This is a story about a comic strip team. Their beginning, their relationship, their life. And there's more to it than one would think.
  • Gorilla Brigade [11]: Following the quirky world of two wandering wayfarers.
  • Greystone Inn: The life of a gargoyle who happens to be the lead actor and main star of a famous comic strip.
  • Groovy, Kinda [12]: Can a nerd, an alcoholic artist, and a submissive children's librarian find happiness in a three way love affair? Groovy, Kinda follows the misadventures of Larry Pye, Edison Lighthouse, and Anya Langerak as they try to make love work while surrounded by friends like Stephanie Rossum, a tall beautiful robot, and Toivo, a gay Neandertal.
  • Gun Show: Began life as a collection of KC Green's three-panel "brain farts" and has now expanded to multi-panel brain farts with more elaborate gags.
  • Guttersnipe: The adventures of a starving street urchin and her pet sewer rat in Depression-era America.
  • Hainted Holler [13]: A webcomic that revolves around geeks, rednecks, baboons, and a biscuit flinging superhero. Every M-F
  • Happy Fruits
  • HATEFARM: Absurdist, obscene and sometimes offensive humor.
  • Hark! A Vagrant: Largely history, some nonsense, the occasional Fat Pony.
  • Head Trip: The good kind of crazy, we swear.
  • Here, Wolf: A sarcastic wolf faces prejudice when he dates a human.
  • Hijinks Ensue: Think of it as doing to geek culture what Penny Arcade did to video games.
  • Hipster Hitler: A comic about Adolf Hitler as a hipster.
  • Hive FM [14]: A daily comic about your local morning radio crew.
  • Home On The Strange [15]: Grown-up geeks living their lives. They hang out, play Dungeons & Dragons, watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and sometimes fantasize about being evil overlords who try to Take Over the World. Good jokes and some excellent character-driven drama. Has effectively ended as the creators parted on amicable terms.
  • Horndog: Funny Animal Slacker has a lot of sex, smokes a lot of pot and winds up in unusual situations involving Alien Abduction and Zombies.
  • I'm My Own Mascot: The life and times of artist Kevin Bolk, in a gag-a-day format.
  • Inane Blabbering [16]: Funny gag-a-day webcomic. Cute minimalist art. Anti-religious at times, but usually just harmless stupidity mockery.
  • Irregular Webcomic!: This comic, written by Australian physicist David Morgan-Mar, is unique in that the artwork is composed of, not drawings, but LEGO mini-people and figurines from table-top role-playing game sets. The stories use plot arcs to parody many classic films and pop-culture icons, most notably Indiana Jones, Star Wars, James Bond and the late Steve Irwin. Bad puns and cerebral Techno Babble humor are the order of the day.
  • Jerkbox And Punknhead: Maybe not so much a webcomic as an independent print comic that has made some issues available for online reading. These are blackly humorous, episodic stories set mostly in a Tim Burton-inspired Hell, in which people exist as grotesque caricatures of what they were in life. And our eponymous, somewhat disturbing protagonists are the two most feared hitmen in Hell, often carrying out wet work for Big Jack Satan himself.
  • Jesus and Mo
  • Joy To The World: is about a hell raising 11 year old girl. Its part slice-of-life, Part Gag-a-Day, and satire.
  • Karate Bears: is a whimsical, whacky comic about Bears. It exists as: part gag-a-day comic, part linguistic adventure, part daily journal for creator T.J. Baldwin.
  • Kate The Great: A kid causes mischief in her family and goes on whimsical adventures with her fantasy friends.
  • Koan Of The Day: Daily neo-Buddhist wisdom, humor, and logical subversion.
  • Laser Feet
  • Least I Could Do: A series set around Rayne Summers, best described as Marty Stu's cool big brother, and his quest to sleep with the entire female population of earth. Crude sexist utterly hilarious humour comic as this slightly out-of-whack young man ? who compares himself to Jesus and Aragorn ? lives his life. Best summed up by this (missing) image.
  • Liltoon: This behind-the-scenes look at a dysfunctional children's TV show is suitable for ages 10 and up.
  • Life of Maid
  • Little Tales: A furry webcomic about the day and life of Genesis Eve Whitmore.
  • LnM: A webcomic about the daily antics of a weird little girl and her sarcastic twin brother.
  • Loading Artist: A webcomic about an artist who starts a webcomic and wants to become a better artist.
  • Loserz: A Two Guys and a Girl webcomic set in a Michigan high school. The heroes are described by the comic as "a nerd", "a slut" and "a weirdo". Still, they manage to have a lasting friendship.
  • Lucid TV: About the jerkass staff of John Belushi Memorial Hospital.
  • Mad Dog [17]: Mad dog and Spot are a couple of cool cats, even though they're dogs! Life always seems to serve them a side dish of adventure whether it's Mad scientists, Aliens, evil sandwiches and who knows what else!
  • Madbury [18]: Middle Aged, Menopausal Madness every Monday. Written and drawn by Jynksie
  • Mallville Rules [19]: In high school everyone feels like a freak. But at Mallville High everyone actually is one. A twisted look at a place where super powers lead to super problems. Plus, tons of dick jokes, senseless violence, and boobs.
  • Mandatory Roller Coaster [20]: Weekly comic about "loneliness, alienation, and pizza". Created by Aram French.
  • Married to the Sea
  • Max Overacts: Follows Max Fogherty, boy thespian, and his misadventures.
  • Medium Large [21]: Written and drawn by Francesco Marciuliano, who also writes Sally Forth. Parodies pop culture, other comics (both web and print), and obscure historical figures, often in a very twisted manner. There are also several ongoing series "presented by Medium Large", including Teenage Girl President, and Victorian Era Superhero.
  • Men In Hats: Aaron Farber's desert-based tale of sadism and men (in hats). Inspired an xkcd character.
  • mezzacotta: from the makers of Irregular Webcomic! and Darths & Droids brings you the weird, crazy, half-baked ideas they have, and the largest Archive Binge you will find on Earth or this universe.
  • Mike Bookseller: Mike and his friends survive life working at Booksellers, dealing with angry customers, annoying co-workers, and incredibly stupid management.
  • Minions at Work: Mook tropes.
  • minus.: Sweet, charming and fantastic comic about an omnipotent schoolgirl who can make whatever she imagines real. This should scare you.
  • Monkey Of The Damned: A webcomic about a deranged sock monkey and his friends. And enemies.
  • monospace: ASCII Art comic with a very simplistic style.
  • Mountain Time: An extremely strange Stick Figure Comic about... em... is it about anything?
  • Nedroid: Beartato is half-bear, half-potato, all Heart. Tato.
  • The New Adventures Of Cool Spot And Calvin: A hilariously bad webcomic that regularly steals gags from Garfield and Calvin and Hobbes. The first two chapters are particularly fun to read. "We can go to Baskin Robbins or Dunkin Donuts for dessert!" "IT SURE IS!"
  • New School Kids is about a pair of kids. They don't keep changing schools or anything though.
  • Nichtlustig: Or Notfunny in English. So not Exactly What It Says on the Tin!
  • Nobody Scores!: a webcomic about "inevitable disaster" with tons and tons of Negative Continuity where the main cast dies a lot.
  • Nodwick: By Aaron Williams, the same author as PS238. Focuses on what can only be called a misadventuring group in a fantasy world based loosely on Dungeons & Dragons settings.
  • No Black Plume: Hard, hard to the cynical side of the Sliding Scale of Idealism Versus Cynicism. Occasionally ran multi-part series, but stuck to the gag-a-day formula.
  • The Non-Adventures of Wonderella: Webcomic focusing mainly on the mundane parts of the life of Wonderella, a somewhat air-headed and lazy Valley Girl-ish superheroine who demonstrates little interest in being a hero... or, in fact, anything much outside of partying, getting completely wasted and shopping.
  • Not in My Backyard!: An early and obscure entry into the genre, centralizing on a dachshund.
  • Nothing Nice To Say: The world's first punk rock webcomic. Blake and Fletcher ridicule Pennywise, skateboarders, zines, Blake Schwarzenbach and everything else along those lines.
  • Not The Worst Comic: Humor based on the observations of Jay, a middle-aged man living in the suburbs, working from home, and thanks to his three daughters, losing his hair.
  • Oh My Gods! [22]: The "Pagan based comic for the polytheistic massess" Includes Metaphysics shop owner Vera, gay couple Stan and Vincent, Cthulhu, the Pope, Fundie the rabid fundamentalist, and lots of jokes that only the vaguely pagan will understand. (Queernunus anyone?)
  • Okashina Okashi: Massive parody of Japanese Media Tropes. Name an anime/manga genre, they've gone to a world based on it and thoroughly Lampshaded every trope in it.
  • On The Grind [23]: On the Grind is as comic about what goes on behind the counter of the coffee shop, The Grind. You know that $4 coffee you bough this morning? Why not get to know the people who made it.
  • The Optimist: A weekly black and white gag comic by Tom Pappalardo. Dumb gags, complainy rants, parodies, designery crap, infographics, fake ads, and bad writing.
  • Out at Home: the daily mundanities and wacky adventures of the wealthy Beckett family, their friends, and the people they run into.
  • Out There: A hottie bartender's daily struggle to find the happy medium between hedonism and asceticism. Not surprisingly, "happy" tends to veer a lot closer to the former than to the latter.
  • Ozy and Millie
  • The Packrat: The now monthly told tales of a severely synthesizer-addicted rodent. Made by Dave Lovelace, the creator of Retarded Animal Babies. The current strips, but not all past strips, are also available in the Keyboards Magazine. Has only had one Story Arc so far, the 2011 time travel story line.
  • Palindramas: Palindromes, cartoonified. (Palindrome: a word or phrase in which the letters are the same backwards or forwards.)
  • The Parking Lot Is Full
  • PCMS [24]: The bizarre adventures of a cube and a sphere living inside a computer.
  • The Perry Bible Fellowship: Darkly surreal strip which often juxtaposes innocent and/or childlike imagery with adult and/or horrible concepts. Currently is on an indefinite hiatus and hasn't been updated for more than a year. For instance...? (Oh, by the way, this strip? was the one that coined the word "weeaboo", which, through the Memetic Mutagen that is 4chan, later became a synonym for "wapanese").
  • Phil Likes Tacos: A newspaper-style stick-figure webcomic.
  • Phuzzy Comics: A nonsequitor autobio comic by Strip Search contestant Monica Ray.
  • Planetary Moe: A webcomic about personified celestial objects.
  • Polk Out: Part comic, part blog, all awesome. A goofy, often dirty, webcomic about a young man's road to social ruin.
  • Positivity: A Stick Figure Comic, although the sticks are a bit more detailed than traditional stick figures.
  • Punintended: A webcomic of puns, randomness, sarcasm and insanity. Updates every Monday and Friday. Comics are drawn in marker on a white board. Cracks a lot of bad puns, but some of them are pure gold. It can be found here here
  • PVT Murphy's Law
  • Quasi Cake: A cute webcomic about the shenanigans of a cat girl, her kitsune older brother and their moe friend who has a chronic laughing disorder.
  • Question Duck: Gag-a-day comic in which the title duck asks a question.
  • Red Meat: Evil milkmen, strange family life, bug-eyed men not quite getting reality. It's Red Meat.
  • Rob and Elliot: A webcomic about a couple of roommates. One is a complete nutter-butter. The other is only slightly better.
  • Sandhill: A daily webcomic that chronicles the lives of multiple people living in the titular town. It is great, you should read it -The author [25]
  • Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal: It's somewhat contested whether this or Cyanide and Happiness crosses the line more.
  • Savage Chickens (Here.): Cartoons drawn on Post-it notes. They usually feature chickens.
  • Scary Gary
  • Sharp And Useless [26]: A colorful webcomic about a lawyer, a slacker, and their friends and (mis)adventures in Southern California.
  • Sheldon: A comic following the life of a ten-year old billionaire genius and his grandpa. And his snarky, pancake-loving talking duck.
  • Short Cuts
  • Shortpacked!: The story of the eventful - and always surreal - lives of the employees of a toy store. A follow-up to David Willis' previous webcomics, the comic parodies toy collecting, Transformers and pop culture in general. Part of the "Walkyverse" (see below).
  • Sketch Comedy: a megalomaniac webcartoonist creates a webcomic about itself and subjects its characters to his arbitrary whims.
  • Snorty And Co [27] The misadventures of an old, anthrompmorphized Mini and his owner.
  • A Softer World
  • Something Happens: Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
  • Spamusement: Visual Puns based on subject lines in spam email.
  • Spiked Math: Math jokes with triangular characters.
  • SPRINGIETTE: Tells the stories of a ninja with an unhealthy obsession with potato chips, & a former olympic swimmer, and their pets and friends.
  • Stairwell: A daily style webcomic that follows everyman Norman who “sees” and “talks” to a manifestation of his brain.
  • Statistical Fact: An ongoing humor series inspired by actual facts. Features mock public service announcements, diet tips and witty social commentary.
  • Stickman and Cube: The title explains it all. A Stick Figure Comic with a twist: there's a cube, too.
  • Strange Fiction: A Goth named Eep and his friends make their way through life, sliding erratically from comedy to drama.
  • Stripy Six: A comic about pets talking. Sometimes they make jokes.
  • Stud Kickass: (Read it here.): A daily webcomic featuring the everyday events of a guy and his occasionally-homicidal cat.
  • Suitcase Nuke: A webcomic that features random comics. Sometimes has small story arcs
  • Superbitch: A superhero-for-hire and her starving artist sidekick.
  • Superandom: Includes rather inadequate superheroes.
  • Surviving The World
  • Suzix Emma: A British webcomic about two girls who love all kinds of geeky stuff... and each other!
  • Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff
  • The Symmetrical Breadpazoid: Whose unusual title is a reference to Teen Girl Squad) is by troper Anthony Mercer.
  • Tales from the Pit: A single-panel Photo Comic spoofing everyday life working for Wizards of the Coast, written by the head designer of Magic: The Gathering.
  • Terrifying Monsters often updates with one-off gags, such as "Bad Things Happen To Robots, Too," and postcards from space.
  • Terror Island: A photocomic of the adventures of Cloudcuckoolander roommates (all played by gamepieces, giving them a very iconic look) trying to trick each other into buying groceries. To top it off, the authors write notes below each comic, which are sometimes related to the comic and always funny.
  • Thinkin Lincoln: A weird comic about the adventures of the floating heads of Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and Queen Elizabeth II, featuring the floating heads of a bunch of other famous historical figures such as Charles Darwin, Edgar Allan Poe, Amelia Earhart, Nikola Tesla, and others.
  • Thomas And Monkey Comics: A comic about a court artist (Thomas) whose hopeless with the ladies and his best friend a well read Monkey (Monkey). Features plenty of quips about genitals.
  • Thornsaddle: A webcomic about the American School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
  • 3-Chord Dorks: A character-driven webcomic mainly about rock and metal music, but includes plenty of references to things like anime, Western comics, and video games. It has story arcs once in a while.
  • Three Panel Soul: The team behind college-antics classic Machall went off and did this once the artist graduated.
  • Times Like This: A humor (and sometimes NSFW) comic involving time travel.
  • Tomoyo42s Room [28]: Violent, NSFW Cardcaptor Sakura fan comic featuring aggressive, murderous Tomoyo and doormat Sakura as a Schoolgirl Lesbians couple.
  • Toothpaste For Dinner [29] is a highly bizarre, poorly drawn (on purpose), random humor comic. Oh, and it's responsible for the JESUS CHRIST IT'S A LION meme.
  • Tragic Deaths: A comic about the author fighting a war against the trigger happy Mr. Bignose.
  • Transformers Kre O: A comic about the Autobot and Decepticon Kreons' misadventures, published in Takara's website.
  • Trans Girl Diaries: A trans-related webcomic that takes it's own view on the community. Usually has satire/parodies, but can be serious and has storylines on the side.
  • Triangle and Robert: A minimalistic webcomic about two geometric shapes. Oh, and pudding. Hi, I'm Prozac the Bear!
  • Two Guys and Guy: A webcomic featuring Two Guys and a Girl named Guy, all three sociopaths.
  • Ultimate Letdown: A webcomic about a not-so-evil supervillain trying to take over the world - from 9 to 5.
  • Un Millón de Monos [30]: A really absurd Spanish humor webcomic.
  • Underpants Jail: A webcomic experience, featuring blood, religion, science, parodies, and more. Come on in for a good time...or don't, that's OK too.
  • Une See Fights
  • Ungus Fungus
  • Unicellular [31]: Comedy with single celled organisms. I hope you brought your microscope.
  • Unimportant Conversations
  • Unshelved: The webcomic that those of us who work in libraries read. That's right, all of us. Sometimes gag-a-day, more often arc-based, the strip focuses exclusively on the staff and operation of the fictional Mallville Public Library. The main character is the sci-fi & fantasy-loving, "determinedly ironic," lazy, Young Adult Librarian, Dewey, who always has a snarky rejoinder for every clueless patron. Strips are posted daily; on Sundays, the strip becomes The Unshelved Book Club, wherein one of the characters reviews a (real) book; readers are invited to suggest books for review.
  • The Unspeakable Vault (of Doom): Lovecraftian horror made funny.
  • Unwinders Tall Comics: A smart-aleck cyan alien's quest for popularity. Mostly he tries to be Genre Savvy about Real Life; the results are odd.
  • Urban Jungle: A webcomic about Zack, the only human who works in an office full of animals. He does developer support for a pharmaceutical software company. Single, thirty-something, and hanging on to the last shreds of his optimism. He was Raised by Wolves. Mostly Office/Geek humor.
  • User Friendly: The variously dysfunctional staff of an ISP and their misadventures. Occasional characters include the AI Erwin, the very cute Dust Puppy, his evil counterpart Crud Puppy, and monsters like Cthulhu and Hastur.
  • Wally and Osborne: A penguin and a polar bear have interesting adventures.
  • Weesh: Appears to be one of those rare entities, a kid-friendly webcomic. With its simple premise (wish-granting entity seen only by children lives in modern three-kid household) told in simple art, it's the sort of thing you could find in the daily paper. [Note: Not sure this is the right category for it, though.]
  • Wendy An early webcomic created by Josh Lesnick of Girly fame, starring the title character and her three female roommates Yumi, Lucy and Miki. Featured bizarre non-sequitur humor, talking animals and occasionally romantic tension.
  • Wikis Lessons In Life [32]: Surreal and whimsical observations on life. Mostly standalone gags, with a few story arcs sprinkled in: a tiny elephant, a monster's messed-up love life, a creation myth, and a frog named Freddo. Don't miss the Alt Text.
  • Wombania: Genetically-engineered wombats take over the life of a twenty-something bachelor.
  • Wondermark: Victorian-era illustrations meet modern day insanity.
  • World of Fizz: The Fitzuths, a family of Funny Animal foxes, in their day to day life.
  • Whubble: the office life of a purple cat
  • Wulffmorgenthaler: Weird Danish webcomic with almost no returning characters, was made into a Danish tvshow.
  • xkcd: The site says it best — "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math and language." Notable for combining stick figures with hand-drawn art. Also, every comic has a comment that can only be seen upon hovering your mouse over it.
  • Zorphbert And Fred: 2 aliens, disguised as dogs, here to study human life. No, seriously.

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