Your favorite comic strips

Discussions about other webcomics, newspaper strips and comic books
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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by Narase_Yuu » 01 Jul 2010, 04:10

the very first comic I read Archie Comics :)
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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by Pencil » 01 Jul 2010, 16:51

I don't read nearly as much as I should. I did love Ozy and Millie when it was around, and can anyone NOT like Calvin and Hobbes?

I actually came down here from an ad on Housepets!, which is a pretty cool comic some of you might like :B
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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by NeonJ » 19 Jul 2010, 02:31

My favourite comic strip of all time would be Brawl in the Family, where I found this comic. (Contains cartoon violence. Nothing worse than Sandra and Woo, though.)

Other comics I read include Sonic and Pals, one of my first webcomics read and The After Subtract, an awesome game crossover comic. (NOTE: The After Subtract can get quite...dark at times. But still, never anything worse than SaW.)

I also just noticed a Sandra and Woo ad on Smackjeeves, a webcomic host site. I've grown to notice them each time I see them! :D
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My favorite comic strips.

Post by Landbark » 16 Aug 2010, 12:52

The must be:
The greatest of them all.
About Ship, girl and single mother.
(Also no room for magic and wisdom of moo).
Dungeon and Denizens - quite funny, also it's my first true netcomic I've ever read.
But a lot of geeks, sexy girls and some violence. But no sex :(

Also VGcats, wulffmorgenthaler, panthera, and not so good but brilliant John and John. Try to find those on the web, I am not going to give the links here ;]
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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by AckAckAck » 05 Feb 2011, 23:23

I have too much to mention (I'm not that picky)


But I use Opera and here's my speed dial screen cap:


Notice something? Keep up the good work guys.


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You know who ;), NerfNow, Johnny Wander, Dead Winter, Three Panel Soul.
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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by melkor849 » 12 Apr 2012, 20:32

Newspaper Comics:
- Calvin and Hobbes
- B.C.
- Farside

- Darths and Droids: A screen-cap comic based on two of my favorite subjects (Star Wars and D&D).
- Rusty and Co.: A D&D based comic with excellent graphics, where the main characters are monsters.
- Gaia: I don't think I need an explanation here...
- Sandra and Woo: ditto...

(Yes, both your comics are on my favorites list. :D Keep up the good work!)
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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by Kugai » 14 Oct 2013, 22:03

I suppose it has to be Questionable Content by Jeph Jacques. It's the second Webcomic that got me hooked, The first, YU+ME ended it's run a while back.

Others include Menage a3, Angels 2200 - though that seems to have screeched to a halt - Grim Tales and PPG Donjinshi, Namier Deiter and a couple of other NSFW type comics.

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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by Graybeard » 02 Jan 2015, 20:57

Long-time reader but new to this forum; I hope the subject is still alive. My favorites:

Dead-tree format:
1. The Far Side
2. Calvin and Hobbes
3. Dilbert
Honorable mention: Funky Winkerbean, which was a great favorite of mine back when the gang was young, but when they got old ... hoo boy.

Webcomic format:
1. Errant Story -- Sarine Elle is my favorite character from any recent fictional form, and I really hope this universe comes back to life in 2015
2. Girl Genius
3. The Meek
HM: Sinfest, which I enjoyed greatly until Tat got bit by the radfem bug ... and after that, not so much.

It probably says something about me that most of these are either retired, on hiatus, or gone badly downhill. What a drag it is gettin' old...
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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by nickysoh » 09 Jan 2016, 07:08

I'm new to the forum too! Recently I've just read KillSixBillionDemons. Its pretty amazing with the religious reference and fun adventure story.
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Re: Your favorite comic strips

Post by Klyaaleksej » 29 Nov 2016, 14:43

Novil wrote:So, what are your favorite webcomics or newspaper strips? Most of my favorites are already listed on the links page, but if I had to bring them into order, my list (excluding the German ones) would look like that:

1. Calvin and Hobbes (with a large margin)
2. Ozy and Millie (although some strips were overly political)
3. The Far Side
4. Duxter (If only there were more...)
5. Zits

UPDATE (27 January 2010):

Newspaper strips:

1. Calvin and Hobbes (overall)
2. The Far Side
3. FoxTrot
4. Zits


1. Ozy and Millie (ended)
2. Edmund Finney’s Quest to Find the Meaning of Life
3. Gill (ended)
4. Gunnerkrigg Court
5. Duxter (on hiatus)

Please don’t link to comics containing sexual explicit situations or particularly graphic violence
I only watch comic book films
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