I like web comics. I’ve found my preferred niche and I keep up with these as they’re published. Most are generally safe for work, with occasional violence and strong language.

  • Ctrl+Alt+Del
    A comic about gaming with violence and strong language.
  • Dinosaur Comics
    The same 6 panels occur in every comic, which in no way impedes the author’s creativity.
  • M3g4 T0Ky0
    The ongoing story of a very confused plotline about gaming culture, Japanese culture, and what feels like a ridiculous amount of emotional turmoil for one of the main characters.
  • The Oatmeal
    Typically, it’s whatever is the most irritating or exciting thing on the author’s mind.
  • Penny Arcade
    If you don’t know what Penny Arcade is, I cannot help you here.
  • Piled Higher and Deeper
    A comic about the struggles of being a grad student, both amusing and serious, with occasional excitement about scientific research.
  • PVP
    A gaming-based webcomic that has taken the time to develop its characters.
  • Questionable Content
    Ongoing story of Marten and the interpersonal relationships of him, his friends, and androids.
  • Real Life Comics
    Based loosely on the life of the author, with occasional exaggeration.
  • Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
    Tied with xkcd for most intelligent webcomic I read. Occasional violence, strong language, strong math, strong literary references, philosophy, and graph jokes. Bring Wikipedia. Oh, and penis jokes.
  • VG Cats
    Gaming comic. Strong language. Violence. Incredibly infrequent updates.
  • Zen Pencils
    Inspiring quotes hand drawn into long-form comics.

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