Top 100 Webcomics
The following are the top 100 webcomics for the selected date range. There are two ways to view the top 100: Most Viewed Webcomics and Most Popular Webcomics. Most viewed webcomics is based on how many viewers have viewed a webcomic's profile. Most popular webcomics is based on how many viewers actually went to the webcomic's official site. Choose your criteriea and date range below..
#21: Stickmen (86 profile views)
A comic of stickmen.
#22: Girrion (79 profile views)
GIRRION is a sweeping sci-fi fantasy story of a hero's journey in a distant world in a distant time. The saga is told through the eyes of Jarra, a poor factory worker who dreams of escaping his world of endless toil. His wish comes true, though not in a way he would have ever wanted, when his city is attacked by a dark entity called the Halodron. He escapes the conflict, but only to be thrust into a war of other-worldy magic and weaponry.
#23: Trial of the Sun (78 profile views)
Long ago, when the world was divided, a war was waged in the names of gods. From that conflict, several nations of man were united by the Goddess Amari. From the blood of Enorans, one of the human races, the Goddess created the Elves, the Kipira, and the Lamiak, and through their covenant with the Goddess, the Saltblood Barrier was erected. It was an unsurpassable defense—no enemy could cross the threshold of Saltblood and live—and so the newly founded Anocura knew a peace tha...
#24: Simon & Freddy (77 profile views)
Just a comic about a talking pet fox, his owner Simon and all the little things around them. In English, German and Italian language.
#25: Alethia (77 profile views)
Abandoned by their creators, scattered groups of robots search for purpose in the factory-cities of their desolate world.Though the robots differ dramatically in function and design, they share essential traits.Drawing power from the common grid, they never suffer scarcity.And the concept of violence is absent from their world.What new ways of being might such creatures create?
#26: Supermassive Black Hole A* (77 profile views)
Supermassive Black Hole A*, the hard sci-fi webcomic, tells stories of a human civilization at the center of the Milky Way galaxy: an area of space dominated by a gigantic black hole, where energy is abundant and life is cheap.
#27: Penny Arcade (76 profile views)
Penny-Arcade is a video game webcomic, that is published three times a week. It is one of the most popular webcomics on the web. Strips from the series have appeared in countless other comics, magazines such as Official PlayStation Magazine and Computer Gaming World, and even game manuals. They have inspired other successful game comics, such as VG Cats and Ctrl Alt Del.
#28: Amya (76 profile views)
Amya is a high-fantasy graphic novel following the travels of a mute spell-touched and her unlikely companions as they are dragged into an adventure that is a little beyond them. Ultimately Amya is a story about self sacrifice for the greater good. It is also a story of how far one will go to obtain unearthly power; even if it includes throwing the world into a mythical war between fate and chaos.
#29: The Pale (76 profile views)
The Pale follows Franklin Ink (Fink), a reserved FBI linguist - and bird enthusiast - as he searches for a mysterious killer from his past. His search takes him to Rocket Ridge, a small Arizona town bordering the Navajo Nation.With help from the sheriff’s department, Fink hopes to track down the killer while keeping one little secret from the Sheriff– he’s face blind.
#30: According to Devin (75 profile views)
Bite-sized comics about college life and everything else in between, made by Devin from the Internet.
#31: Gaia (75 profile views)
In recent years, tensions have begun to grow between Midgard, the leading nation since the two devastating wars at the end of the First Age, and Cania, the home country of Ilias Oter and his friends. Ilias, though, finds politics to be not nearly as interesting as his classmate Lilith Caillean, a beautiful and amazingly talented young wizard. There is just something magical about her… As the students of the “Academy for Arcane Studies and Material Arts” face the first s...
#32: Spinerette (75 profile views)
Mild-mannered lab assistant Heather Brown was forced to clean up the lab by her boss one night when, due to a Freak Lab Accident with a genetic infusion chamber, Heather gained the powers of a spider, including superstrength, shooting web out of her lower back (not her butt), and most prominently four extra arms. With these powers Heather decides to fight the forces of evil as the costumed superhero Spinnerette, while hiding her secret identity (and extra arms) from the...
#33: Boxer Hockey (74 profile views)
Boxer Hockey, by Tyson Hesse is a sports comic about the fictional pastime of the same name, a kind of free-for-all rugby match played entirely in undergarments and using genetically engineered rubber frogs for balls.
#34: Villain (73 profile views)
Villain is a tale of revenge. Villain tells the story of Matthew Ford on his quest to destroy the heroes of Legend City. After a bank robbery goes wrong, the heroes have to make a choice; save a group of hostages or get the bad guy. The heroes’ choices and actions set off a chain of events that forever clenches their fate and gives birth to their nemesis. Matthew carves a blood soaked path through the heroes on his quest for revenge and therefore becomes the ultimate supervillain.
#35: Black City Birds (73 profile views)
Black City Birds is INSPIRED by Changeling the dreaming. We will follow the story of several characters.Some human , some changeling , and some " others ".Changelings are colorful but lonely Fae souls reborn into human bodies.Cut off from Arcadia, their original birthplace, they are forced to live and adapt in a gray world that is not their own.
#36: XKCD (72 profile views)
The ultimate in geek humour, XKCD has been making jokes about PERL programming language, Cory Doctorow and heartbreak since 2005. It describes itself as a “webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math and language”, suffers from something of an obsession with the velociraptors out of Jurassic Park, and may be the only cartoon in the world that features The Grim Reaper playing Dungeons & Dragons against Gary Gygax (“RIP, Gary&rdquo...
#37: Piled Higher and Deeper (PhD) (72 profile views)
"Piled Higher and Deeper" (PhD) is the comic strip about life (or the lack thereof) in academia.
#38: Two Guys and Guy (70 profile views)
Two Guys and Guy is a status-quo Gag-A-Day strip written and drawn by Rickard Jonasson. Updated every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the strip brings you into the lives of Frank, Wayne and Guy, a group of friends which best is described as “less than perfect people”.
#39: Music Overlord (70 profile views)
The First Ever Comic That Teaches Music!
#40: Bengal Tales (69 profile views)
Bengal Tales is an ongoing story of two Bengals: a male White Bengal Tiger and a female Bengal Cat. New strips are published every Sunday at midnight Eastern (US) time.