I totally sit back and read comics in an exaggerated posture of relaxation. You should too.
Comics I currently read
This category is probably self-explanatory.
AWKWARD ZOMBIE - See the review for more detail.
Brawl in the Family - An adorably off-the-wall look at some Nintendo favorites. Mostly Kirby, though.
Dangerous Cute - Art therapy and journal comics . . . with kitties! Done by occasional guest-poster Gab.
Darken - Adventures in a fantasy world where pretty much everyone's evil or crooked. Especially the protagonists.
The Final Fantasy 6 comic - Looks like someone beat me to a project I've occasionally wanted to try.
Girl Genius - See the review for more detail.
Lintier - Because fluff. A sequel to Lint, which is linked below.
Nodwick - The adventures of a hapless henchman.
The Non-Adventures of Wonderella - The world's most lackadaisical superheroine.
Phil Likes Tacos - See the review for more detail.
Real Life Comics - Realistic, except when it really, really isn't.
Real Life Fiction - A gag-based comic that comes and goes.
Sins: Venials - A spin-off from an older comic. Silly and not to be read with kids in the room, but catchy.
Weregeek - See the review for more detail.
Comics I picked up
I picked them up to review them and couldn't put them back down again.
Daisy Owl - review
Sandra and Woo - review
Sandusky - review
Squid Row - review
Three Panel Soul - review
What Do You Do - review
Comics in Limbo
These ones just fizzled out for whatever reason. They're still enjoyable, though, and if they ever pick up again, I'll be waiting.
The Curious Adventures of Aldus Maycombe - A Victorian-era dandy and his dalliances in the supernatural.
Elf Only Inn - Online roleplaying at its hilarious worst.
Golden - A fairy-tale parody. No idea if it really ended.
Six by Nine College - A werewolf, a vampire, the devil, and various others attending the University of Granite Heights.
These ones reached the end of their runs, but I still enjoy going back and re-reading the archives.
Adventurers! - If it doesn't make sense, and it's been in a JRPG, this comic probably lampooned it somewhere.
Cox & Forkum - Editorial cartoons.
Foob's Paradise - A rewrite and extension of the ending of For Better or For Worse.
Lint - Fine fluff, as the cartoonist herself puts it. A fun fantasy comic.
Pygmalion in Space - by the same cartoonist as Lint. The most reasonable man in the world takes a cross-galactic voyage.