The Kenny Chronicles is a twice-weekly Furry Comic by Garrett Williams (FurAffinity page here. It is about a teenage fox (a "Tarneki") named Kenny who lives 115-117 years in the future on a ship called the Ballyhoo, part of a large "nation" of ships called Tarnation. There's no government out there on the high seas, and thus we have anarchy (plus the inhabitants were created by pirate scientists). So far it details Kenny's life trying to keep three part-time jobs, and from November 2008 to Nov. '09 his rivalry with Funky Skunk.Williams has also created a themepark on Second Life based on the comic.Ended on November 23rd, 2011, but a sequel, Ferrets Vs Lemmings, premiered the following January.
Art Evolution: Kenny started out looking like something from an old Sonic game.
Art Shift: During the Doggone Dailies of Summer Williams experimented with the coloring a little.
Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: In one comic Kenny's cousin saw a wanted poster of him and speculated that he may probably stole something, set something on fire, or killed someone. He actually went streaking on a ship of prudes.
Exty Years from Now: The top bar of the comic states how many years in the future a comic takes place (starting with 115). It was a "rolling calendar" until March 26, 2011, when Garrett decided to set the date relative to then, so that day's comic took place in 2129 as it was "118 years in the future).
Holographic Terminal: Tarneki teenagers wear collars that have holographic displays and seem equivalent to a laptop. While humans apparently have full mind links with their computers and consider Tarnation equivalent to a third world country because they don't have them.
Interspecies Romance: Well it is a Furry Comic, anyway Kenny's black and white fur pattern is apparently because he's part cat. And his younger (half-)brother Pat probably isn't 100% fox either (he's blue!)
And he's dated a cat and is currently engaged to a lemming whose mother was a baboon.
The Future: Originally it was perpetually 100+ Kenny's age years in the future, but Willyums eventually decided to set the date relative to 2011 and in 2012 he'll start putting the precise year in each comic. Partially so he could add some parts of the Star Trek timeline (they have warp drive but no aliens).
Vengeful Vending Machine: The webcomic has one strip where the protagonist really needs some caffeine but a vending machine instead gives him something caffeine-free. Which the author notes was an inversion of something that happened to him in real life (he ordered Sprite and got VAULT).