I found the perfect way to write a blog post while also procrastinating most of my morning. Yay for beating Mondays!
What did I do? Oh, just made a list of my favorite webcomics, and the ones I’ve been meaning to read, and spent some hours going through their websites. So, if you guys would rather spend your Monday doing something fun instead of chores, you came to the right place 😉 !
Below I compiled a list of my favorite webcomics and some other comics I recently discovered. All of them available for free on the Internet so you can enjoy them for at least a couple of Mondays (just like I did).
Sarah Andersen’s comics are the most relatable thing on the Internet! Especially if you’re an artist, an introvert or an adult that likes to laugh at yourself. She posts new comics regularly to her website and also has an Instagram account.
This is a gag-a-day comic by Nick Seluk that follows the daily life of a blue Yeti (and his internal organs!). My favorite characters from these comics are the Heart and Brain, they always make me smile while also being relatable. He also posts regularly on his website and Instagram account.
I think everyone knows Pusheen. She’s a lovely cat. Her’s a website with a bunch of super cute Pusheen illustrations.
The author Shenanigansen posts fun short comics about everyday life and the life of an artist. I discovered them because Sarah Andersen once said that Owlturd was her favorite webcomic! Here’s the website and Instagram page.
This website might be one of my favorite places on the Internet. Kate Beaton draws really fun comic strips about history, literature, scientists and fat ponies. The website is not being updated because Kate is currently working on a graphic novel (I can’t wait to read it!) But if you’re new to Hark, a Vagrant, you have a LOT of awesome comics waiting for you. (Like those cute comic strips featuring a tiny version of Hermione).
Allie Brosh, the author of Hyperbole and Half, hasn’t updated her website since 2013, but I still visit it to re-read old posts because they’re that good. She writes stories based on her real life and illustrates them with super simple but fun drawings. One of my favorite illustrations comes from the Adventures in Depression post, in which she talks about some ways she deals with depression.
These comic strips by Randall Munroe are literally stick figures and text, but they’re still awesome! They have various themes, like “romance, sarcasm, math, and language”. Every time I read one of these I learn something, laugh or both. Here’s the website (updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
I hope you guys found new reading material to enjoy your Mondays even more 😉
Let me know if you have other webcomic recommendations! I would love to check them out!