I have a day off from work and …I’m feeling pretty miserable. But not too miserable to type!
I might be feeling down from the stomach virus that I have, but at least I get to read webcomics all day. When I’m not too tired to read. Or fluids are gushing from my orifices.
These are good:
Malfunction Junction (some profanity) http://malfunctionjunction.net/
Checkerboard Nightmare (yeah, I never got all the way through the archives until today) http://www.checkerboardnightmare.com/
Halfpixel, which is not so much a webcomic as “A party that never stops” according to the Penny Arcade guys. http://www.halfpixel.com/
(Plus, I kind of not-on-purpose made it so that Kris would have to invent You.0 just to prevent me from screwing up his comment pages every time I ineptly tried to post a link to one of my fan-made Time Friends strips. Not that I’m bragging or anything.)
Steve Jackson Games is not a webcomic, but you can read a new post every day like it was. http://www.sjgames.com/
Chesshire Crossing is also technically not a webcomic in the “updated daily” sense. More of a “webcomicbook” that’s updated every few months. http://www.cheshirecrossing.net/
Concerned, a webcomic I finished reading through a while ago but never mentioned. http://www.hlcomic.com/
girl/robot is a bit of a guilty pleasure. http://brokenlittledreams.com/
Dominic Deegan is one of very, very few fantasy comics that’s worth reading. http://www.dominic-deegan.com/
And then there’s Order of the Stick and Erfworld. Two very different well-written fantasy comics with the same website. http://www.giantitp.com/
And that’s it for now.