This page contains links to webcomics that Spriteclad themselves approves of. Give them your attention, if you will.
really old comic about the internet. works best in Internet Explorer 5.0.
A western fantasy comic about the end of the world. Shenanigans ensue, and lots of interesting characters are met along the way.
When a college girl moves into a new house, she actually gets into much more than she bargained for...
A human wakes up in a world filled with non-human entities. It's up to them to figure out how to survive in this world that treats humans like dirt.
When Riley Russell manages to take on an alternate super-powered identity by accidentally getting eletricuted by some rogue fruit punch, things start to get more complicated from that point forward.
It's Hackers meets Second Life. What more can you possibly want? (And yes, there are furries. Lots of them.)
My friend's Elder Scrolls-based comic. Expect lots of furry-on-Ulfric shipping. (That's not a joke, by the way.)
Drugs and Wires
two comics (one being a successor to the other) that are VERY cyberpunk and i love their aesthetic. (i based my first two splash screens off of it!) though if you're new to the series, i highly recommend reading the first three dreamspace comics first.
When Luna Lumiere ends up in an academy for dream psychiatrists, she learns that there's more to dreams than she might think.
Two girls plan to commit suicide by diving into the Grand Canyon. They soon that the trip might be harder than they thought. (WARNING: Contains heavy stuff that might not be suitable for younger viewers. Obviously.)
What good is privacy if it doesn't exist?
A queer space fantasy webcomic about Farah escaping her old job by stowing away on an unknown ship. Fantastic space adventures ensue!
When Harlow decides to seemingly off herself by jumping into water, she ends up not being in the place she was thinking she would be...
There's a spirit in the woods, and it's looking for someone to be friends with.
Has the best presentation out of any webcomic I've ever seen (you can name the main character, for Pete's sake). Basically, it's about a girl who ends up getting magical crab powers.
One of my favorite webcomics. But be wary, because it is LOOOOONG. (Longer than the entire Harry Potter series.) But I've been reading since 2009 and I've been hooked ever since. Hard to explain. Get ready to read for a week if you take the plunge.
You are a dog. Escape with the help of your new friends!!
How I Loathe Being A Magical Girl
Someone who doesn't want to be a magical girl ends up being one anyway. Oh joy.
In this world, many people end up getting superpowers at a young age, and are therefore required to go to academies to hone their skills and learn how to make use of them. However, there is one person who is still there that should have graduated long ago...
A video game character ends up escaping his game and entering many others. Adventures, drama, and twists ensue!
Space girl goes on space adventures... right?
Abstract furry webcomics that are a treat to read.
Two kids and a ghost dog solving mysteries in a haunted forest. Has sort of a Gravity Falls-esque vibe to it.
Ozzie the Vampire
A vampire and their friends fight hard to protect the most sacred of lands (New Jersey) from demons and other such nonsense.
When a teacher at a young boy's high school gives them a device that changes their life forever, can said boy figure out how to balance school and saving the world?
Two kids go on a fantasy adventure and that's all I can remember. Just read it.
A girl ends up getting stuck in a cute four-panel comic with a dog with pencils for hands. Shenanigans ensue.
You are just another ordinary Khajit living in Oblivion. Can you not mess things up enough in order to finish your journey? (Is mostly viewer-suggested.)
A tale following the daily life of Sammie, an unemployed cartoon actor looking for a golden opportunity to get himself back into the world of show business.
Soil That Binds Us
Sometimes, but not often, kids are born that have the ability to see and talk to the dead. They are highly desirable and dangerous, so for most of their lives they are raised in a special facility. In this comic, we take a look at a couple mediums who just want to be free and want to stop the world from becoming undone by the undead.
A girl falls in love with another girl, which turns out to be the captain of a secret space protectorate. Long story short, said girl ends up being in the force and gay space shenanigans ensue.
When you die, you turn into a star. (okay that's not what happens in the comic but i'm too lazy to explain it right now okay JUST READ IT)
A comic about a kid who moves into a new town, and soon enough figures out that superheroes are real.
Total Party Kiss!
The most queer (and inclusive!) game of D&D happens and it's very very good.
A man moves into a new house and a new city aaaaaand the house is haunted by a 50s housewife ghost. And trust me, that is the least weird thing you will see in this comic.
The Rock Cocks (18+ NSFW)
DON'T CLICK UNLESS YOU'RE OVER 18. A band comprised of a dating duo gets people at the local music venue to... well, I won't put it here because children could be on this site.
Brawl in the Family
A bunch of Nintendo characters get into silly situations! (And there are arcs as well!!)
Postcards in Braille
A blind man and his girlfriend and several other friends all have fun times together. Also cameos the worst band I have ever heard.
Square Root of Minus Garfield
Community-contributed daily comic that parodies Garfield. I've even made a strip or two on the site. Also a good supplier of pudding pops.
It's XKCD. Do I need to say anything else?
Forests, monsters, and spears, oh my!