XKCD by Randall Munroe.::
I love XKCD because it requires me to use some of that high school knowledge I forgot once I entered my home (but a LOT of college..) in order to understand it, but once I do, it's really worthwhile. But there's also comics that don't require that much brainpower, but just a high sense of sarcasm or humour based around computers and science that isn't meant to process so quickly. This is the ONLY stick-figure comic I enjoy. The rest? Just.. ick. =|
KawaiiNot by Meghan Murphy. ::
This is a long-running webcomic about inanimate objects showing their bad sides (pancake orgies, clouds peeing on people, bowling pins "tired of having balls thrown at their faces"). I love the art because it's quite cute and the humour is just enough to make you smile with each update.
The Devil's Panties by Jennie Breeden. ::
An autobiographical humour comic. Things that happen to her in everyday life. Anime conventions, hanging with friends, clubbing— Eh, maybe there's some sort of vibe I like with this comic. Some comics make me smirk or laugh, the others I just.. "..Mmhmm'.."
Oh, wow. I don't feel like listing so many, but there's some. =o