1. I think I read about 50 different webcomics a week, and one of my favourites that I think is not known well enough yet is http://www.paranatural.net/ .

    It has by far the best combination of amazing art, humour, and story that I’ve ever seen in a webcomic. It can be described as: “Paranatural is a comedy/action comic about a group of superpowered middle schoolers fighting evil spirits and investigating paranormal activity in their hometown. Updates Tuesdays and Fridays!”

  2. I also read a lot of webcomics a week. My two favorites in the superhero genre are Love and Capes, a Super heroic sit-com, and Super-villainous.
    For those of you who have seen the show Lois and Clark it has a similar feel to me, although more comicbooky. For those of you who have not seen the show it is as I said a sit-com with smart reasonable people (considering the world they live in). I mean the Liberty League calls replaced by an evil clone (this is a superhero comic) a “number six”. In a sweet story of romance and superheros.

    Super-villainous. Where to begin? It is from a perspective of a supervillain, but one who holds a great love for his family. It follows his battles as parent and supervillian (do not ask how you can child proof death traps) and I find it very funny, although it may not be for everyone. I suggest you read the first ten strips or so and see what you think, they should give you a good idea of the general tone of the comic.

    P.S. I also got a guest script in Supervillainous so you know it is worth reading. 🙂

  3. There’s this one cool webcomic called Gunnerkrigg Court, but it’s been published in book form, so I don’t know if it counts. The plot is… complicated. Very complicated.

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