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Silver-Tiger said:

Do Manga count, too?

Manga is nothing more than a Japanese word for comic books/strips. It'd be like someone saying Sol and someone else arguing that Sun means something different.

So, yeah, it counts.

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Cyanide and Happiness, once every 2-3 days.

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I read Penny Arcade because I always have, and it's just routine. I think they are hit and miss these days, but I think that over all it's a force for good on the internet, especially with all the charity they do.

And I read Saturday Morning Breakfeast Cereal Because I like nerdy humor. Not many strips use formal logic proofs as fodder for humor.


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I read Peny Arcade, Dr. McNinja (Cooler then it sounds),

Used to read Bob and George until it ended (Megaman sprite comic).

Used to read that Final Fantasy Nuclearpowered comic strip... but it felt dragged afterawhile and felt like it kept getting stretched just so the author could make some money off it.  (Though it's paid off for sure.)

Every once in a while if I'm bored I'll Check out Nefrnow, or track down that one MMO comic noobquest or whatever and catch up on what i missed since I last read.

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Nedroid, Gunshow, Hark A Vagrant, Scary go Round, Brawl in the Family for the humor.

Menage A Trois, Oglaf for the fanservice.(and humor in Oglaf's case)

Questionable Content, PVP, Penny Arcade, for...not sure why. I guess geek factor.

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Girl Genius is probably the best comic on the entire internet:

Also, The Order of the Stick is a good read if you're a D&D nerd:

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I read cyanide and happiness. 

These occasionally:

I also found a really funny brawl weekly comic that I lost. If anyone knows that name please let me know!

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I don't read any webcomics on a regular basis but from time to time when I'm reminded that they exist (like with this thread) I go and read a few comics from Cyanide & Happiness, they always crack me up.

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