Favourite Web Comics

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  • Avalon: Very good story keeps me coming back even during the occasional long breaks.Won the 2001 Cartoonist's Choice Award for Best School-Based Comic and Best Dramatic Comic. Won the 2002 Cartoonist's Choice Award for Best Romance Comic.
  • BoxJam's Doodle: By far my favourite Web Comic. Every one should take the time to peak through the The Musty Ol' Archive well worth the trip. Won the 2001 Cartoonist's Choice Award for Best Comic, and Best Minimalist Comic.
  • Broken Saints: More of a web graphic novel then a web comic. This is a really well done flash animation that tells an interesting story. You will need some time to watch all of this each as each chapter is usually between 15 and 30 minutes. Requires Flash 5.
  • Calvin and Hobbes: Not really a web comic but a comic I read on the web. Even though it has stopped the comics are being recycled and are put up daily. A day with out Calvin and Hobbes just isn't as good as it could be.
  • 8-Bit Theater: A very funny sprite comic based on the original Final Fantasy game for the 8-bit Nintendo. Recently won the 2002 Cartoonist's Choice Award for Best Fantasy Comic.
  • MegaTokyo: A very well drawn well written manga style comic. Recently won the 2002 Cartoonist's Choice Award for Best Comic, Best Writing, Best Dramatic Comic and Best Serial Comic. All very well deserved.
  • Sluggy Freelance: Another amazing comic this was one of the first online comics that I started reading and is still one of my favourites. Well drawn with a good mix of drama and humour to keep the reader interested.
Author Comments: 

I read a lot (a bit more then 60) of comics online on a regular basis. These are my favourites and all are worth the time it takes to dig through the archives if anyone is looking for a new web based diversion.

inspired by this list
My Favorite Web Comics by buber

I finally figured out how to make new genres (not that I was really looking before) so I figured I should move this list into a comics genre.