I am going to keep this list very, VERY short.
Not because there aren’t a ton of amazing webcomics out there (believe me, there are!) but because I only have a very small amount of time I can dedicate to reading a webcomic, so the list of comics I follow are short.
Not only are they short, they’re stories. Because much as I love CTRL+ALT+DEL (and I do!) I just don’t feel that same sensation of fulfillment for having read them.
I loved the character of Nimona from the very start. Then I loved Ballister. Then I got wrapped up in the story. And now? Now the story is winding up for the big climax, and even though I know the end is coming, I cannot wait for each new installment to be unveiled.
A comic with great characters, an engaging story, and it FINISHES. (or will finish, as it’s still got a little bit left to go, according to the artist/author).
Start Nimona’s Story Here
A cute, fun ongoing story of our favorite superheroes in kindergarden. (I think it’s kindergarden, anyway)
Surprisingly witty and deep for being mostly episodal, but it has story arcs and as a comic-book fan? I got nothing but love for this.
This one has the least amount of content and is updated the least often, but the story has me utterly engaged and the art absolutely blows me away.
Set in a fantasy world with winged folk and demonic folk, with gods and secret babies and mystery.
And the art. Did I mention the art?
4) My Milk Toof
The adorable story of two tiny teeth in a great big world. The adventures of Ickle and Lardee never fail to bring a smile, and the real-object artistry that goes into making each panel is fascinating to me.
Start My Milk Toof Here (you’ll have to scroll to the bottom to get the first adventure)
Please recommend up to 5 webcomics you think other folks should look into if they have the time.