The web has become a wonderful channel for artists, photographers, journalists, and musicians to share their message with the world. Being a long time fan of comic strips, I often find myself searching the net for new web-comics to check out. I have found that a lot of them are horrible. In fact, almost all of them are not even the least bit amusing. However, a few great strips have emerged and here is my list of the 5 best web-comics on the internet.
We The Robots is a clever toon from the mind of Chris Harding. Harding has been an artist and an animator for many years now. We The Robots almost never fails to make me laugh.
At first, I wasn’t a huge fan of Left Handed Toons (by right handed people). Over time however, my opinion has changed. Their zany humor has grown on me. Whether or not others agree with this selection matters not, because I like it!
Cyanide and happiness is a daily webcomic that is drawn and written by several different contributors. Some of the humor is very dark and disturbing, which is nice sometimes!
This is another one that I didn’t like at first. It seemed very trendy and I was convinced it was only popular because it makes its readers feel smart. I now spend a lot more time reading the comic though and I like it more and more. The art certainly isn’t terrific, but the writing is top notch. With an emphasis on math, physics and technology, this web-comic has quickly become one of the most popular comics on the net!
Okay…Utopia Theory. I absoulutely love this comic. It is one of the only hand drawn web comics out there. Created by Tom Duffy and Wes Hill, Utopia Theory is usually single panel comics with a bit of a Gary Larson feel. The writing is original, the art is great…this is my favorite web-comic!
Well, that’s my list. If you disagree please feel free to send all email complaints to /dev/null