The Belfry WebComics Index
Possibly one of the most comprehensive lists of online webcomics available; a valuable resource for discovering new comics or keeping track of old favorites.
21st Century Fox
Welcome to the year 2066. We've got personal robots, flying cars, moon colonies, bionics, nuclear fusion reactors, and more classic sci-fi homages and in-jokes than one comic strip oughta be allowed to have! (This particular webcomic is one of the few I've come across which frequently makes use of the new medium's ability to do things that could never be done in print, such as animated effects within the comic panels.)
Day by Day
Ever notice how most socio-political humor-and-satire comics out there seem to be from an unrelentingly left-wing point of view? Well, here's one that's not. A Doonesbury for the center-right, Chris Muir's strip about the lives of four mismatched coworkers frequently takes aim at current events and people in the news with the wit and irony Trudeau used to have before he got cranky and cynical.
Full Frontal Nerdity
Four geeks. No lives. Roll for initiative.
("Gentlemen, we are dealing with someone who has absolutely... no life."
"How do you kill that which has no life?" -- South Park, "Make Love, Not Warcraft")
Nip & Tuck
Aimin' to please, with both barrels! Just a pair of good ol' country boys coping with life, love, cars, fishing, cute girls, dynamite, and a few six-legged chickens in the heart of Malarkey County. It may be a small town, but it's rarely a sleepy one whenever the Todd brothers are involved...
Goblin Hollow (formerly titled: "Under the Lemon Tree")
Ben Bruin learns a whole new meaning for the term "self-help" when he finds himself confronting his inner nature... all seven of them! Can a blue-collar bear and seven living manifestations of his subconscious share an apartment, without driving each other crazy?
Roomies (Note: no longer being updated, but still online.)
Take a palomino pony on a never-ending quest for the perfect mint. Give him a roommate, in the form of a computer-obsessed, green-and-yellow-striped tiger who is not related to Cringer. (Or so he says.) Add a pair of Bhunnies(tm), a ditzy grey wolf with a toast fixation, a kangaroo video-game designer with a Dark Secret(tm), and a giant mutant ferret uplifted to humanoid form by an unfortuate kitchen accident involving chocolate sauce and some leftover pizza crusts. Mix it all together, and what do you get? Well... something like this.
"We're a crack team of interstellar mercenaries. We don't do sociological stuff like 'interspecies relations'; we do 'hurting people' and 'breaking things'." Join the adventures of Tagon's Toughs in this uniquely twisted space opera as they roam the galaxy meeting strange new life-forms, causing massive amounts of property damage, and sometimes even getting paid for it.
Tales of the Questor
All his life, Quentyn dreamed of being a Questor. But when he achieves his dream at last, he quickly learns that the job's a lot more dangerous than the legends made it seem... especially when his sword turns out to be one of the most powerful magic artifacts in the Seven Villages, but he has no way to control it!