The archives page has it laid out in a pretty understandable fashion. There are two linear stories, one complete and one in progress, down the right side and the ones along the left are one-shots. He only updates about every three months, but if you sign up for the newsletter you don't have to keep dropping by the site to check and being disappointed.
Bearmageddon - Page 1 – Bearmageddon Lives!
Bears, bears everywhere. Bears killing everything. The end of the world. It's a comic. You should be reading it.
You're kidding me. This is a thing?
I guess have some reading material for the rest of the week then!
Not really. It's not a lengthy archive, but it's a good read.
If you're looking for some reading material I could sift through the huge list I have and dig out some of the better ones. Just let me know what sort of comic you're looking for.
I read questionable content, penny arcade, vg cats and order of the stick... as well as dresden codak right now. I'm into intelligent cartoony with references to video games and geek nostalgia.
Prime Example: Dresden Codak » Archive » Dungeons And Discourse
Hmmm, that's harder to pin down that I thought it'd be.
Try some of these:
Darths & Droids - if you've ever done any tabletop RPGs or are at all familiar with them, pretty hilarious. It's sort of a look at what it would be like if the Star Wars universe were a D20 campaign. Good stuff.
Girl Genius Online Comics! - MAD SCIENCE! Girl Genius is pretty fantastic. It starts a little slow, but once it gets going it is damn near impossible to put down. Definitely one of the best comics out there.
Shortpacked! by David Willis - Just a Toy Store - Transformer geek works in toy story, Batman humor ensues.
There's surprisingly few good comics in my list that involve video game references. I blame market over-saturation. You're hard to shop for Yyg.
In the days since I last posted here, I've found a wealth of comics that I feel I should share with the community.
A Lesson Is Learned
Nedroid Picture Diary
OVERCOMPENSATING: The Journal Comic With a Seething Disdain for Reality.
Pictures For Sad Children
The Nerds of Paradise
and my current reading:
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Darths and Droids got tiresome quickly... in the same way that the LOTR version of that same style webcomic did. I can't remember the name of the LOTR one though. That's going to bug me.
DM of the Rings.
Glad to hear you enjoyed Girl Genius at least.
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For anyone trying to find comics, I recommend keeping an eye on this page:
The Webcomic Overlook | Webcomic reviews are serious business.
He covers a wide range of stuff and updates pretty regularly. It's not a comprehensive list of everything out there worth reading, but it's a good resource to keep tabs on.
I am adding Power Nap to the list of comics you people should check out. The art is spectacular and vibrant.
The basic premise is that it's the future and people don't really sleep now because of crazy drugs that keep everyone hopped up for those 16 hour work days. Our hero is a guy who can't take said drugs and has problems because of it. Sleep deprivation, nightmares and some sci-fi conspiracy stuff. The comic doesn't play it straight so it's still pretty light-hearted and fun. The archive isn't too big now, so you can knock it out fairly quickly if you're so inclined.
Definitely one to keep an eye on.
POWER NAP - the sleep of reason brings forth monsters
Cid. You always find the best comics. Im already addicted to Power Nap and now this one has captured my attention. Well done sir. Keep em coming.
I find all the terrible comics too, you just don't hear about them. I've been going through my backlog these past few weeks while waiting for stuff to install/being bored at work. I've also been looking through some new stuff.
One of these days I'll just dump my entire list on here and you'll all wonder what the hell is wrong with me. So many comics...
Loading Artist - A webcomic by Gregor Czaykowski
This comic spells out the artist's sense of humor pretty well:
Misfire | Loading Artist
Unfortunately... he posts comics about as often as VG Cats... which is to say... nearly never.
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Also this one:
I AM ARG! -
I AM ARG! - Substitution…
So during the never-ending quest for more webcomics I have come across a newly budding service called inkOUTBREAK:
inkOUTBREAK - Follow and Discover webcomics and comics
It's led me to a number of enjoyable comics, so it's worth a look.