Dumm Comics is a site hosting comics, most of which comes from animators in the cartoon industry. Each day of the week is set for a certain comic which updates on that day. The comics are all mostly comedic and cover many genres (from Fantasy to Superhero to Sci-fi) though the level of humor varies from safely chuckle worthy to NSFW.
1930 Nightmare Theater: By Ricky Garduno. Features the misadventures of a dog and his lady like friend in the the style of 50's cartoons...only with a lot of black humor.
Big Pants Mouse: Previous comic by Gabe Swarr about a pack rat with magic pants and his misadventures with them.
Earthward Ho: A comic by Fred Osmond about a alien obsessed boy abducted from his home and his adventure in space while trying to find a way back home.
Frog Raccoon Strawberry: A comic by Kyle A Carrozza and John Berry about a raccoon who wears a frog suit and fights crime.
Harpy Gee: By Brianne Drouhard, about a Elf who wanders into an odd kingdom and starts living her life there.
Jumpin' Jack Jerboa: By Fungasm, a comic done in 1950's style cartoon about a guy who winds up tangled in mob business.
Life In The Analog Age: A semi-autobiography comic by Gabe Swarr about his perspective of growing up in the 80's, albeit all the characters as anthropomorphic beings. Starting June 4 2013, the comic was converted completely into weekly animated Youtube videos.
Mech Lab: By Aaron Horvath about a robot lab and the scientist who observes the three robots within.
Our Heroes: By Chris Garrison, a comic about a cat from another dimension who comes to Earth's to find aid in stopping a supervillain.
Rad Raz: By Jack Cusumno about a imp-ish being who's head of and runs a rather amoral corporate business.
Rumpus McSnivel: By Boleander Yergabick. A comic about the most disgusting person ever.
Skadi: By Katie Rice and Luke Cormican about a female barbarian banished from her clan and her furry slave/sidekick who are on a quest to eat all the beasts in the world.
Sorry Guyz: A comic by David Gemmil about random animals and some rather black humor.
Bad Boss: Pea Zoup, one misstep around him and your as good as dead.
Bittersweet Ending: In the final confrontation, Pea Zoup kills Fiz as foretold by his ghost self. Sam manages to kill Pea Zoup with the yo-yo he found earlier and, proclaiming he rather not have met Fiz then let him die by his hands, uses his face making abilites to go back in time to before he was abducted. As Sam's mother calls him inside for dinner earlier, Fiz ship's flies by unnoticed, preventing the comics events from happening.
Cerebus Syndrome: Started off fairly slapstick but the latter half of the comic got dark quick.
Chekhov's Gun: Sam's face making abilities and the yo-yo he picks up earlier.
Tomato Surprise: Pea Zoup is really a future Sam who was corrupted and mutated by the devastation of Earth after Fiz and he manage to finally find it. Sam turned evil from the grief, killed Fiz (who is the ghost that accompanied the boys in their journey), and became one of the feared entities of the universe.
Cats Are Mean: Averted though Fritter really seems intent on asking one specific person for help (on a whim from seeing her picture on the net) and brushing off anyone else. He can also be quite rude and pushy if only in a naive short of way.
My Friends... and Zoidberg: When the comic does a role call of the heroes and their powers, the cat (finally named here as Fritter) just gets a short caption.
Never My Fault: Fritter passes the buck onto another teammate for messing up the mission because of a radio malfunction that blew their cover when he was already spotted first by the big bad. In truth it was a combination of both and just bad timing for everyone.
Start My Own: Elke Decker, the person Fritter's looking for, used to be part of a superhero group called Uber Force. By the time the main character goes looking for her she's quit the group and started her own, Crime Patrol.
Weaksauce Weakness: Fritter is apparently lactose intolerant as it messes with his powers if he has anything milk related. He fails to mention this to the team before heading out on their mission..after they come from getting ice cream. It is a bit justified though as in his dimension they don't have cows.
Series Hiatus / No Ending: Due to Luke taking on a directing job, the series was ended before it could reach a resolution (just as it was reaching the final battle). Luke promises he'll come back and finish it when he can.
Spirit Advisor: Trom, in fact he's one to anyone who come within contact of his remains (it's confusing)
Stern Chase: Both Trom and Wickle are being chased by Grigori, an angel who was keeping Trom on lockdown