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1. Something Positive--WARNING: Material may be offensive to people without a sense of humor or who do not like amorphous cats.
2. Queen Of Wands--Is it wrong to think a webcomic charachter is hot?
3. Ctrl-Alt-Del--Sadly, I know people who closely resemble the main charachters...
4. Elftor--WARNING: May be offensive to anyone who is currently breathing. Still funny though.
5. El Goonish Shive--REALLY oddball stuff, but very well written. My current favorite.
6. Aikida--No, the main charachter did not just shoplift a pair of soccer balls.
7. Angels 2200--A bit more serious than the others, but it has its moments.
8. 8-Bit Theater--Do the Black Mage!
A word of advice: Be sure to read through a few comics before passing judgement on the strip as a whole.