I kind of love Wikipedia’s entry on Webcomics:
Webcomics (also known as online comics or Internet comics) are comics published on a website. While many are published exclusively on the web, others are also published in magazines, newspapers or in books.
There are so many webcomics online that sometimes just looking at a general webcomic topic is daunting to say the least. Some webcomics I have discovered only recently have been ongoing for years, while others are brand new and still trying to find their footing. Regardless of the longevity, length, topic, and art style, I find myself spending more than a fair amount of time reading webcomics.
The internet has given birth to yet another new medium: webcomics. Moving beyond the restrictions of print, webcomic artists interact directly with audiences who share their own unique worldview, and create stories that are often embedded in innovative formats only possible online. Sometimes funny, sometimes personal, and almost always weird, web comic creators have taken the comic strip form to new, mature, and artistic heights.
So… do you read webcomics? If you answer YES, make sure to use the comment section to share some of your favorites. If you answer NO, make sure to use the comment section to share why you don’t.