What are the best webcomics?

Webcomics are comics that are published online, on a website, or an app. These are mostly from self-published artist. Anyone with an internet connection can publish their own webcomics. There are dozens of new webcomics published online and of course, the best webcomics are all available online too.

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    Nedroid is a daily webcomic by cartoonist by Nedroid (which is the pseudonym of cartoonist Anthony Clark). The comic follows the adventures of Bearato and his friend Reginald. The comics is filled with humor and doesn't really follow plots or narratives.



    George Miller
    Written on March 18, 2019
    "I love this webcomics! I have this website bookmarked on my phone for a while now because it just makes me smile every time I follow Bearato and Reginald. Nedroid is such a good artist and has created a brilliant webcomic"
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    #2The Awkward Yeti

    The Awkward Yeti

    The Awkward Yeti is a daily comic by Nick Seluk. The comic has been running since 2012 and follows a blue yeti named Lars. Seluk has also come up with a few spin-off comics as well, including "Heart and Brain" and "Medical Tales Retold."



    Sandra Olivares
    Written on March 18, 2019
    "I have had Nick Seluk's work quite a few times and this is really my favorite of his creations. Great art that's really engaging and makes me really wanna follow the story. One of the best webcomics out there"
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    #3Hark! A Vagrant

    Hark! A Vagrant

    Hark! a Vagrant is a webcomic by Kate Beaton. it is composed of several one-off comics that tackles literature, history, science, and more. The comics contain a hint of feminist work but is not updated oven though Kate Beaton's archive is still available.



    Shirley Wang
    Written on March 18, 2019
    "I remember reading this because of its content. It's quite in-depth yet entertaining just like reading mangas which I also love. Too bad it's not that updated anymore nowadays"


Webcomics have been around since well before the world wide web has existed. The history of webcomics is one of the least known histories in the world. A long time ago, back in the 1980s, people only had internet for online file transfers. That means sending emails to each other. And during this time, one couldn't view a picture directly on the email unlike what we all could do today. They had to download the file in order to view the comics in their own computers. This is how the first webcomics were distributed. People had to subscribe to a mailing list, or visit be in Usenet groups to access the comics. The comics that made it into the internet were usually from college students who were studying computer technology, or from artists whose strips got rejected by newspaper companies. This was also the time when publications became more and more conservative with their content. By 1993, the first webcomic, Doctor Fun, was published on the world wide web, which had a website of its own.

With the way technology progressed, we are now in a world where anyone who can draw or write a comic could publish it online. With the different mediums of viewing, different art styles, varying canvas sizes, we have come up with webtoons and even graphic novels. The distribution of comics isn't limited to the published and bounded books anymore. The internet has made the best webcomics accessible to everyone. Nowadays, all new webcomics could be read on our phones, without having to carry a huge computer everywhere we go. 

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    XKCD is a webcomic by Randall Munroe. The strip consists of some stick figures, some sharp jokes steeped in intelligent and original thought. The comic describes itself as “a webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math and language.”



    Jose Gordon
    Written on March 18, 2019
    "XKCD is the top webcomics that exist. Art may be simple and basic but it's absolutely entertaining and random at the same time. Exactly what I'd expect from a NASA guy ;)"
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    #5Agents of the Realm

    Agents of the Realm

    Agents of the Realm is a webcomic by cartoonist Mildred Louis. The cartoon features a story of magical college girls and a wholly believable world and set of characters, united in their age and involvement in a group supposedly responsible for the safety of the entire multiverse as they know it.



    Sun Zhou
    Written on March 18, 2019
    "My sister follows this webcomic and as an artist myself, I feel like this is one of the more well-drawn comics on the web that there is"
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    #6The Adventures of Dr. McNinja

    The Adventures of Dr. McNinja

    The Adventures of Dr. McNinja is a free webcomic created by Chris Hastings. It is known for its action, writing, art, and, most importantly, its humor. The comics stars Dr. McNinja, a ninja who is also a doctor, and follows him on adventures that are equal parts exciting and hilarious.



    Brandon Wilson
    Written on March 18, 2019
    "I have read a lot of Dr. McNinja's episodes and theyre really cracking me up. Kudos to Chris Hastings for coming up with a cool webcomic like this"
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    Gronk is a webcomic by Katie Cook. It is about a monster who doesn’t fit in with other monsters.  It follows Gronk as he learns to live in the human world. Sadly, it looks like the last time the comic was updated was in 2015.



    Jerry Huang
    Written on March 18, 2019
    "Great art and story. Totally fits what I like with a comic or webcomic. Too bad I haven't seen any new episodes lately"
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    #8Stick Figure Hamlet

    Stick Figure Hamlet

    Stick Figure Hamlet is created by Dan Carroll. It features the full text of Hamlet but with stick figures. The comics feature lots of great gags that are well-worth checking out if you are a fan of the bard.



    Paul Harrison
    Written on March 18, 2019
    "I enjoy how this webcomic twisted Hamlet and is really funny for a webcomic"


Best What are the best webcomics
1NedroidWebsites 20 Free
2The Awkward YetiWebsites 12 Free
3Hark! A VagrantWebsites 8 Free
4XKCDWebsites 3 Free
5Agents of the RealmWebsites 2 Free
6The Adventures of Dr. McNinjaWebsites 2 Free
7GronkWebsites 2 Free
8Stick Figure HamletWebsites 1 Free

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