I’m a fan of webcomics; big fan. In fact, many of my private jokes here aren’t understandable to anyone who has not read and can immediately remember which strip I’m talking about. Yeah, I know, I’m a bit odd that way.
I had previously linked to the occasional comic strip to make a point (or to add a humorous outlink) only to realize that Google considers that to be outbound traffic, and therefore, a “bounce“. Henceforth, when there is a comic that I feel fits into a post, I shall insert it into the post (see “Another Weekend of Movies” for an example).
So as to not upset the respective owners of each webcomic, I shall list my most common references here, as well as links to their sites. This would also be my list of favorites I check everyday!
Penny Arcade, written by Jerry Holkins and illustrated by Mike Krahulik.
Real Life Comics, drawn and authored by Greg Dean.
PvP Online, drawn and authored by Scott Kurtz.
Least I Could Do, by Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza.
Shortpacked!, by David Willis.
Questionable Content, by Jeph Jacques.
Ctrl+Alt+Del, by Tim Buckley.
Megatokyo, by Fred Gallagher.
There are MANY other fine webcomics out there, these are just the ones I frequent.
Now for the reason I bring up webcomics today at all; I found one today I wanted to share. It relates specifically to what zohner wrote about earlier.
Batman wins! Always!