Friends
Anders Loves Maria
A truly beautiful webcomic by Rene Engstrom about a truly complicated relationship. Wonderful and compelling, although be warned it is occasionally NSFW.

Broodhollow
In the town of Broodhollow, nothing is as it seems. Scary, funny stuff by "Starslip" cartoonist Kris Straub.

Chainsawsuit
Kris Straub's silly goofy stupid comic.

Deadlong
From the co-creator of Jump Leads, a fantasy-comedy about a young farmhand with a lot on his plate. For a start, he's dead, but that's the least of his problems. Launching June 12th!

Ganymede & Titan
A Red Dwarf fansite for people who like naughty words.

Kill9 Studios
The team behind brilliant but short-lived web comedy-drama series, ./shutdown. I worked with them on the Left 4 Dead parody series, Boomer's Day Off.

Least I Could Do
Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza crank out a webcomic which is less story-based and more... well, I don't know! But it's quite funny.

Legend Of Bill
David Reddick's brand new webcomic charting the exploits of Medieval Accountant who quits his job to pursue a career as a Barbarian.

Looking For Group
The longform fantasy-comedy antidote to Jump Leads' scifi madness. Written by Ryan Sohmer with art by Lar deSouza.

Much the Miller's Son
Much is Steve LeCouilliard's fantastic (if slightly adult) retelling of the tale of Robin Hood, Maid Marian, and their Merry Men, as told through the eyes of Much, miller's son and accidental outlaw. cracking stuff with a very European twang to it.

Not Invented Here
Brilliant designer/engineer comic by Paul Southworth and Bill Barnes.

Outsider
Humanity is caught in the crossfire of a galactic war, and it's up to the members of Earth's Scout Corps to forge an alliance that will ensure Earth's survival. Cracking scifi from the mind of Jim Francis.

PC Weenies
Tech and geek humour from the mind of Krishna Sadasivam.

SoulGeek
Where The Passion of Fandom Thrives. SoulGeek is a fantastic dating & community site for geeks. JjAR and myself are currently the "Webcomics Gurus" on the site, offering help and advice to fellow Webcomicsmiths.

Starslip
Seven years' worth of fantastic scifi-comedy from the mind of Kris Straub.

Station V3
Tom Truszkowski's humorous webcomic about the goings-on aboard Space Station V3.

The Gutters
Commentary on the comic book industry from the guys behind Looking For Group and Least I Could Do. Each page is usually drawn by a different artist, and JjAR has so far contributed two pages to the comic which can be seen here and here.

Ticket to Ride
Recently revamped, retooled and rebooted, Ticket To Ride is about amusement parks, zombies, and the mingling of the two.

Uncubed
Krishna Sadasivam's rather brilliant autobiographical webcomic. It's real, and it's funny, and the art is very spiffy.

Unlimited Rice Pudding!
A Doctor Who news site run by a couple of friends of mine, only one of whom I've met in person. Expect casual swearing from word one.

Zap!
Great art and a fascinating scifi world make this a must-read webcomic. From the mind grapes of Pascalle Lepas and Chris Layfield.

Zortic
Mark Mekkes' contribution to the world of scifi-webcomicry. A marvelous play on typical science fiction.


Recommended Webcomic Reading
Beaver and Steve
A webcomic about Beaver,who is a beaver, and Steve, who is not a beaver. But he is a lizard of some sort, which I guess is good enough. Marvelously funny.

Diesel Sweeties
I will confess that I don't read this comic as much these days as I used to, but the quality of the writing has never wavered and pixelated sprite style used is rather endearing.

Joe Loves Crappy Movies
A webcomic about a guy named Joe who loves movies of the crap variety. Wonderfully well-written and drawn movie humour.

Obligatory Penny Arcade Link
If you set up a webcomic and don't link to Penny Arcade, I'm pretty sure Gabe and Tycho come into your home and break your shins. A sure-fire way of meeting the chaps behind the comic, although only really worth the risk if you've had your legs amputated.

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
It's good, alright? Just read it.

Shortpacked!
Quite possibly the best webcomic set in a toy store I've ever seen. Quite possibly the only webcomic set in a toy store I've ever seen.


Related Links
andrewt.net
The personal website of fellow Jump Leads writer Andrew Taylor.

BenPaddon.net
The Hub for all of Ben's writing projects.

Dream17
Fansite founded by (but no longer maintained by) Ben which covers the games developed by Team17 Software, developers of games like Worms, Alien Breed, and the PSP version of Lemmings.

JjAR.org
Artist JjAR's DeviantArt portfolio. Be warned, there's some mature content in there.