Furthia High is a Furry Comic following Kale, the only human in a world very similar to our own as he enters High school. It begins as a Gag-of-the-week type affair, though more recently the comic has taken a more serious turn. Kale's friends include Bruce, an eccentric fox; Campy a seemingly narcoleptic rabbit poet, and Ashley, a strong-willed cat and the muscle of the group.Was reset in 2007, the old canon can be found here
This webcomic provides examples of:
All There in the Manual: Background characters are randomly generated (though they do occasionally get promoted to main characters), and the first time they appear, a few details are printed at the bottom of the comic. Sometimes these are hilarious.
Tom (Dog, Male, Straight, Junior) one day hopes to become an astronaut and become the first furry to leave the solar system. Not because he wants to be famous or remembered or accomplish something great, mind you, it's just that he despises the Sun.
Art Evolution: Compare today's pages to the first page of the old canon, or even just the first page of the current canon.
Characterization Marches On: Campy's initial shtick in the beginning of the comic seemed to be that he drooled a lot, slept all the time, and almost never spoke. By the time it reaches the school dance story line, he becomes much more developed.
Lupin has also become more three-dimensional, especially when you consider that his role at the beginning amounted to being a jerk and beating the crap out of Kale for no conceivable reason. Nowadays he's still a jerk, though.
And then there's Gus, who initially was nothing more than one of Lupin's lackeys who had a crush on Ashley. Come the Autumn Ball, he got slightly more development, but nothing one wouldn't expect. And then, later on, he suddenly had what was essentially an entire arc devoted to his latest attempts at getting Ashley to like him.
Note to Self: Kale's coma sequence is just a prolonged version of this.
Oddly Visible Eyebrows: Played straight with just about everyone except Kale. Despite being virtually the only character whose eyebrows we should actually be able to see, he subverted this for a time by having simple lines for eyebrows. He plays it straight in more recent comics, though.
Out of Focus: Kale, definitely. In a nutshell, he goes from "our humble hero, the last human on the planet" to "that human kid who shows up every few panels and can't seem to stop getting injured". Thankfully, it looks like the story will be switching focus back to him soon.
Progressively Prettier: Inverted? with Gus, who at the start of the comic is very thin, but over time seems to be growing more and more pudgy because of his training as a food critic.
Real Men Wear Pink: Lupin is revealed to be an aspiring chef despite being the meanest bully at school. Given that he apparently cooks his family's Thanksgiving dinner each year, and he was able to win second place in a pasta cooking contest. With hamburgers.
Kudzu Plot: The storyline involving Mask seems to be turning into this. Likely why there's so many breaks from that subplot to focus on more simple and lighthearted things.
Ret Gone: The author's official position is that Felicia simply never existed in the new canon.
Twenty Minutes into the Future: It's never stated how far into the future the comic takes place (at least a couple generations) but most of the time you wouldn't know that it isn't yet another "present day" furry comic.
Though recently a floating "retro" robot was shown.
This is even lampshaded by the author, who admittedly sometimes forgets that the comic takes place in the future.
Webcomic Time: Mocked by the author of course. From 294 to 313 it's been five months on the regular schedule, but in-universe it's only been maybe a few minutes. May or may not be justified as taking place during a dream.
Alt text: Oh, hi Eve, time to wake up from your five-month-long night's rest.