Favourite online comics
I admit it. I'm addicted to reading online comics. Here are my
- The Class Menagerie
- A mismatched selection of anthropomorphic animals lives in a university
residence block. Great art, fun storylines, although I sometimes
find I don't get the jokes.
- A consistently funny and good-natured strip which has been running
with a continuous unbroken storyline since its start in March 1998.
One of my most favourite, since it has both furry and science fiction
themes, and, what's more, is a joy to look at.
- The Suburban Jungle
- One of the furriest strips I've come across, with some great
imagination going into it and an especially broad cast of characters.
- Framed!!!'s early era is very funny. It's all about some real-life
people getting trapped in a comic-book universe. Nicely drawn,
and the author really knows how to use the fourth wall.
- Triangle and Robert
- Just shows what can be done without having to have wizardly artistic
skills. On the other hand, wizardly story-telling skills help make
up the deficit. Again, the early stuff is better -- and you certainly
won't understand the later stuff without it.
- Funny Farm
- Partly furry, partly funny, a little hard to look at, but quite
- Daily satire on the machinations of clueless management.
It's also the home of Dogbert the evil management consultant,
Catbert the evil director of human resources (or "livestock"
as he'd prefer to call them) and Ratbert the gormless.
- A fun, Garfieldesque tale of a boy, his billion-dollar software
company, his grampa and his talking duck.
- The Makeshift Miracle
- Breathtaking art, intriguing storyline, but it's moving too slowly
to follow easily. Since it's gone subscription-based recently,
I'm going off it.
- Sabrina Online
- Definitely not for small children. Sabrina the skunk works as a web
designer at an adult film studio. The story revolves around Sabrina,
her newly-married roommate, her boyfriend, her annoyingly extrovert
boss, and her Amiga. The only downside is that this one only comes