Goblins is a terrible webcomic about horrible melting turds who whine about how sad they are.
It's about overcoming stereotypes...
It's about the worst fucking art this side of Dominic Deegan. I've never been as repulsed by art as I have by Goblins. It's breathtakingly bad. Everyone looks like they are horribly made wax statues which are slowly melting.
Did you even get past page 12?
Goblins is an inspiration for PC's to be races outside of the 'norm' during role play.
I really enjoy reading Drowtales : Moonless Age for the not-so-nice atmosphere and wonderful art.
Um. I wouldn't have put it so bluntly... but... well, I don't really like Goblins that much either. For slightly similar reasons. :/
Ooh, I've looked at Land of Lions. Was very upset when I realized they didn't shapeshift though. OOTS is okay-ish now but I feel it isn't as funny as the earlier strips. I'm following Drowtales which has nice artwork right now, but the earlier issues were crap. (I think they're halfway through in the remaking process)
My general requirement for a webcomic to make my favorites list is for it to have either (1) jaw-dropping art or (2) good art and be extremely funny. Bad art doesn't make the cut, period.
Beware incoming humongous favorites list. All titles inked in black and white unless otherwise stated.
D00R: Toilet Genie - Genie transforms female pug into girl. Color.
Delve Into Fantasy - A priestess, thief, and feline boy join forces.
Sandra and Woo - Calvin and Hobbes with FF7 references?
The Abominable Charles Christopher - Yeti out to save his woodland friends.
Twilight Monk - Young martial artist begins adventure.
Dresden Codak - Best sci-fi webcomic, period. Color.
Artiste Gullible - Time traveler's journal. Read if you liked Hitchiker's Guide series.
Para-Ten - Girl tries to travel home. Spirited Away-ish. Color.
Tides of Tiranog - Comedic tale of an elven healer.
Spinnerette - Girl gets spider-powers, but it's not like Spiderman!
Gutters - Parodies of Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, and others. Color.
Unsounded - Undead but intelligent mage travels with a girl with a tail. Impressive command of English for a comic, in fact.
I agree, but it's gotten a much better plot with the years. And the jokes it does make are still very witty (I think if he had as many puns as he did in the beggining it would get stale).OOTS is okay-ish now but I feel it isn't as funny as the earlier strips.
Anyway, I love the now-defunct Sexy Losers (Sexylosers.com NWS) and I also really enjoy Oglaf these days (Oglaf.com NWS) and also Nedroid (Nedroid.com). Penny Arcade is okay, although it's not as funny as it used to be, and I think they handled the Dickwolves fiasco terribly. Also 8-Bit Theatre was pretty good.
Sexy Losers is certainly my fave, though.
What was that defunct one about Cats (yeah, I'm very helpful)?