First of all, I would like to apologize for the lack of a strip on Monday (and today), but another (also non-paying) project took priority. That being said, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the webcomics that I personally love whose creators I hold in the highest esteem. The following are not in any particular order. This is a mix of my favorites; some are well know and others you might never have heard of. All the links will take you to the first page/strip of each series. Enjoy!

1. Girls With Slingshots: One of the most charming qualities of this webcomic is that it produces five strips a week (m-f), but never feels rushed or phoned in. I would still tune in if there were only one per week. I don’t know how she does it.
2. The Abominable Charles Christopher: Brilliant. I won’t go into too much detail, but it’s talking animals at their absolute BEST.
3. Dresden Codak: High Science Fiction and witty, intelligent humor litter this gorgeous tale of a girl-genius. BTW . . .
4. Girl Genius: I don’t know how I went so long without discovering this fantastic comic. It’s great Steam Punk storytelling, which I seem to have real trouble finding this side of the millennium.
5. Darths & Droids: This isn’t technically drawn, but a comic strip made from screen shots of the six Star Wars movies. In this instance the classic is retold as a Role Playing Game adventure. A real treat for those who love Star Wars and/or RPG’s.
6. Sequential Art: Anthropomorphism and geeky culture collide in this fun comic. I also love that it takes place in England.
7. JL8: This is the DC Justice League revamped as eight-year-olds. While a basic knowledge of characters like Superman and Batman help, I like to think that this comic is relatable to all. It’s kinda like DC Comics meets a pg version of South Park.
8. Girl Power: I like this somewhat parody of super hero culture. It really surprised me. I hope you give it a shot.
9. Max Overacts or Occasional Comics Disorder: I still don’t know which is the title (cuz I’m lazy), but I’ve really enjoyed these characters and the art is very charming.
10. Zen Pencils: Classic quotes from the best humanity has to offer presented in comic form. Love it SO much!