If you don't know about Dilbert, you've been living in a hole without an internet feed for far too long. Is it just me, or is Dilbert just not as funny anymore? Still the occasional good one, though. I'm trying out the AUTO UPDATE feature on this, we'll see how that goes.

Sluggy Freelance
I used to really like sluggy when I first started reading it, during its first year. It got more tedious for a while with some long drawn-out storylines that just didn't have the right "pacing" for a comic of this type. However, it's been looking pretty reasonable again, lately.

It's an "okay" comic. Doesn't really feel all that funny to me right now, but I'm not sure if it's because the comic has changed, or I have. Either way, I still seem to read it. AUTO UPDATE

I generally enjoy this comic, and it is drawn pretty well. Scott Kurtz grates on me, somehow, but I tend to generally agree with his rants. There's a lot of crap out there on the web, some of which you can see listed on this page for "completeness".

I really enjoy this comic. There are dry spells, like many other comics, but when Slick and Monique are together, that's great comedy. While many ofthe other characters are interesting, it's not a guarenteed hit with them. I in particular find some of the Pooch and Percival cartoons dry. But hey, I'll take what I can get, especially with the great drawing quality. As with many things, one can make comparisons between the characters and real-life friends, and here are my observations on that topic. I renewed my Keenspot premium membership just so I could see how the daily AUTO UPDATE feature goes. Unfortunately, it won't work for ordinary keenspace comics...

General Protection Fault

Something Positive
I like it. A new pleasure.

User Friendly
God this comic fucking sucks. A drunken paraplegic could draw better. And don't get me started on the stupid 31337 pretentiousness. Ghastly. Yet I keep reading it out of habit. I must try to quit cold turkey. UPDATE: I was successful, and my memory of the comic is fading like that of a bad movie.

Daily (Monday-Saturday)

Another interesting strip. Decent drawing quality; different from most others I can think of. Pretty pretentious though. The girl is just so damned depressed. I don't know about you, but I like to avoid that part of my life when reading a comic. Still, it can offer not just the normal laughs, but also the occasional insight which is so rare in other comics. Probably not worth reading every day; but reading in weekly chunks; otherwise it seems too slow.

I don't think very much of this comic, but someone out there has got to like it...let me just say that I did read the entire archive some time ago, and I did like some of the bits. Heck, you gotta love Boardy. But you know...the main character is just so goddamn *stupid*. Not much depth to these characters. I don't bother reading, that's for sure.

Daily (Monday-Friday)

The Japanese Beetle
I know that a friend of mine has some history with the writer of this comic, and there were some laughs in the archive. Worth a read once in a while. At least the drawing quality is nice; it's so close to being really good. There's just some missing element, and I'm not sure what it is.

Salon's Comics
A bunch of weekly comics, one new one per day.

Tri-Weekly (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)


Penny Arcade

Exploitation Now!


Weekly (various days, mostly Friday)

Bob the Angry Flower

Red Meat

The Thin H Line

Sexy Losers
This comic bares no resemblence to any other listed on this page.

Wacky. Jury still out.

Ghastly's Ghastly Comic
Tentacle monsters and the women who love them.

I really don't know

Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet


After Y2K!


Argon Zark!
Uhh, I'm not sure what to say. It's colorful...

Terry Moore's Daily Comic Strip Site!


Space Moose

Project Thingy

Road Waffles
Brad mentioned this comic to me, and so I had to go read it. It was occasionally funny, but that's primarily due to the fact that I read the whole archive at once. It's probably not very funny as a daily comic. Which is isn't right now, anyway. The drawing quality is not great, but it's okay for a web comic. I think Merv is actually the most fun character of the bunch; at least with how Eight has dealt with him. I don't think he'd work as a bigger part of a strip or as the main focus, but he is pretty cool.

Waiting For Bob

When I Grow Up
This comic can be fun, but is probably somewhere below 50% in the "hit ratio". Which is not all that bad by web comic standards. Drawing quality is nothing to write home about, but better than some. I find myself going to the site whenever it's supposed to have a new comic, and am irritated when there isn't one; it'd be nice if Jeffrey would at least put a "no new comic today" note at the top of the page.


The Parking Lot is Full
Enough with the fucking sock puppets!

Last modified: Mon Jul 1 18:18:13 EDT 2002