Your artist hasn’t been feeling well, and did not have the stamina to get yesterday’s page together. (Inconsequential messing around on the Internet, yes; putting together a quality comic, not so much.)
More completed webcomics, for your reading-the-whole-thing pleasure!
Spacetrawler — six random humans get picked up by aliens to solve a galactic diplomacy crisis. Amazing artwork, excellent SF.
1/0 — the most meta webcomic you’ll ever read. Fifteen years old, and all the more charming for how much it reflects its time.
Kid Radd — the best spritecomic you’ll ever read. (Possibly the only good spritecomic you’ll ever read…) Original sprites, everything is animated, starts as meta stuff about gaming and develops into an actual storyline.
Digger — a wombat miner gets lost, and finds her life turning unexpectedly epic. Hugo-Award-winning epic, even.
Sometimes you want to read along with a comic as it’s posted, and sometimes you just want to curl up with a completed story and archive-binge the whole thing. Here, for your bingeing pleasure: some complete archives.
Bite Me! — ridiculous vampire adventure in revolutionary France.
Angel Moxie — light-and-fluffy magical-girl parody.
Ozy and Millie — cute animal kids, very Calvin & Hobbes in its mix of thoughtfulness and troublemaking.
girly — ridiculous lesbian adventures. Crackfic incarnate.
Narbonic — the adventures of a mad scientist and her assistants. Ridiculous and affecting by turns.
That’s right, your friendly neighborhood cartoonist is jumping on this bandwagon. Because I could really use the financial support, and Patreon makes it easy to give back to your donors.
Also, if there’s some form of writing/drawing/whatever you’d like to be able to compel me to do that isn’t a reward option (yet), please ask! I just might be willing to do the thing.
Comics from the reading list that track the creators’ lives…or sometimes an entertainingly fictionalized version thereof.
I don’t read a lot of these. They have to either be consistently funny or have a really engaging art style, or both, to make the cut.
Chaos Life – This one has lots of really well-drawn cats. And lesbians. Good combination.
DorkToes – I checked this one out after seeing a lovely crossposted page involving standing outside during a rainstorm. There’s slapstick, too!
Head Trip – Geek jokes and fandom-y observations. Occasional visits from a demon.
So…You’re A Cartoonist? – It’s a thankless job sometimes. (Only dude artist on this list. What can I say, he still manages to make his stuff relatable.)