If they can launch monkeys into space, why not cats? Travel through the far reaches of space with clueless Commander Kitty and oddball crew as they brave telemarketers, ancient prophecies, and bionic outlaws; hopefully without ever being distracted by jingle balls or scratching posts.
You think your High School experience was rough? Tell that to Naoko and Ikkou. After being bonded to power-granting Demon Orbs, they've become the sole force defending our world from complete domination by an alien race. Plus, they have to deal with final exams. Bummer. Drawn by one of my RIT professors, so check it out or I'll FAIL!!
Derrick Fish's daily comic strip takes the old premise of a "boy and his dog" and catapults it into the stratosphere! Catch up on the antics of Dandy, a dog with a severe attitude problem, and Bernard, the frequent target of Dandy's elaborate pranks.
If you haven't heard of Homestar Runner by now, you don't belong on the internet. For those not yet enlightened, I'll let Homestar, Strong Bad, The Cheat, Trogdor, and Homsar do the talking. You'll be glad you took the trip to Free County, USA... Be sure to check out the mega-popular Strong Bad e-mails every Monday!
LnF follows the adventures of Frank Chase, private eye, and Max, the best crime fighting canine this side of McGruff. Together they bust counterfeit cookiemakers, headache-haunted supervillians, and other oddities even Sam Spade wouldn't go after. The art is excellent, the humorous writing is top-notch... what else could you ask for in a web comic?
If the time-space continuum ever collapses, blame Mayberry Melonpool. Essentially, this comic is about a group of aliens (including a clone, a hamster, and a telepathic dog) crash-land on Earth and attempt to survive in our pop-culture based society, all the while messing around with time travel, robotics, and the occasional duplication ray.
Who would have thought that turning an entire television studio over to a group of dogs would cause so much trouble? Join the team at KPET as they sniff out the facts and attempt to pull in the big ratings. It's like your local news, only intentionally funny. Details at 11.
People have compared this webcomic with "Calvin" and "Bloom County," and for good reason! Here's the tale of two kids: Ozy, wise beyond his years, and Millie, stuck in her own offbeat take of the universe. Zaniness ensues. Trust me, spend an afternoon with Ozy and Millie; you won't regret it!
Take a look behind the scenes at the typical offices of the typical gaming magazine, PVP. Meet the resident computer geek, the resident art director/jerk, the resident femme fatale, the resident straight-laced editor, and Skull the giant blue Troll. Okay, so it ain't so typical.
If this comic strip is any indication, Greg Dean leads a truly bizarre life. Join cartoon Greg (not real Greg) and friends as they send up pop culture, play video games, drink Pepsi, and attempt to thwart each other's world domination schemes. Watch out for the Shirt Ninja!!!
If you've ever played a Squaresoft RPG, you owe it to yourself to check this comic out. Taking place inside a fictional RPG game, a hero named Hero must form a party of warriors to defeat the evil final boss, Galgaron. Unfortunately, their journey gets frequently distracted by side quests and unhelpful NPCs. One of the best written webcomics out there!
It's a university in Glasgow where all the professors are hooded entities of pure evil, all the students are plotting revenge, and where campus security consists of a team of giant experimental dinobeasts. Gee, college overseas really IS different.
And you think I do a lot of parody... Seriously, take a gander at Zortic, Mark Mekkes's awesome space opera! Zortic, Zoie, and Splink are a trio of aliens cruising through space in a ship they won on a game show. Naturally, chaos ensues in the form of parody of every movie under the sun.
What if your alter-ego were walking around, living right next to you, cracking bad puns? Such is the oddball life of Kevin, our tour guide through a seriously demented world made demented-er by IDGet. Surprisingly nourishing. Now with Riboflavin.
Meet the Animal Force, a crack military unit of various zoo refugees; they're your first, last, and only line of defense from the grizzly underbelly of evil in the world. Believe me, the last thing you want on your trail are a bald eagle and a 600-pound gorilla that are both armed to the teeth.