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: Ctrl+Alt+Del! (86 profile views)
Video games, food, and sleep. These are the priorities, in that order, of Ethan MacManus, a twenty-something gaming enthusiast with a low tolerance for work, and a penchant for making up his own rules. Anything goes as Ethan and his best friend Lucas deal with life, pop culture, obnoxious customers, and more games than there are minutes in a day. Hillarious, sarcastic and funny in all respects, this webcomic has been a cult classic since 2004.
#22: Piled Higher and Deeper (PhD) (85 profile views)
"Piled Higher and Deeper" (PhD) is the comic strip about life (or the lack thereof) in academia.
#23: Rumsfeld3d (85 profile views)
Ten years ago Rumsfeld, DJ Tom, and Lily led the city into a domino effect of disasters. They discovered that they were not alone and the town was built on top of creatures called “Cabuesos”.It’s all happening again. Join Rumsfeld and Lily on their new adventure.
#24: Boxer Hockey (81 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.
#25: Kamikaze (78 profile views)
KAMIKAZE In a post-apocalyptic future, feudal corporate houses hoard food and basic resources. A young freerunning* courier intent on escaping her city is unwittingly thrown into a life or death game of corporate sabotage from which she might never escape.Troubled nineteen-year-old Markesha Nin is a courier who uses her incredible freerunning skills to put food on the table for herself and her blind father, Toshi. When Markesha ...
#26: Gaia (78 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...
#27: 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.
#28: The Meek (75 profile views)
The Meek is a graphic novel about Angora, an inexperienced young girl who has been sent on a quest to save the world. War looms on the horizon, and at its helm is the Emperor of the North and his hellish adviser. The two countries are overwhelmed with as much terror, crime, disease and revolution as they are with those who wish to create peace. Armed with only her instincts and an unexplainable power, she must experience and judge the world—and decide once and for all if it is truly...
#29: According to Devin (75 profile views)
Bite-sized comics about college life and everything else in between, made by Devin from the Internet.
#30: Artifice (70 profile views)
Deacon, a prototype android soldier, was ordered by his corporate masters to eliminate a team of scientists who knew too much and he has failed spectacularly. Not only did he let one of his targets live -- 19-year-old human outcast, Jeff Linnell -- he attacked the team sent to retrieve him. Now the Corporation demands answers and they have employed the brilliant and ruthless robopsychologist Clarice Maven to get them.Deacon seems desperate to conceal the shocking events that took place on Da Vi...
#31: Stomp! (69 profile views)
Stomp! is a story about four friends going on fun adventures. As time goes on, they learn that something dangerous is going on, and something bad is on it's way.
#32: JL8 (69 profile views)
“JL8”, formerly known as "Little League", is a side project of “Gifted” creator Yale Stewart. A weekly webcomic, it follows the adventures of popular DC comic characters as children in elementary school. Mostly funny, with a dash of pathos, it should be an enjoyable read for any fans of DC Comics characters as well as people who enjoy the traditional syndicated comic strip.
#33: Poco Adventures (69 profile views)
Follow Poco and her band of misfits as they make their way in a world that hates them.
#34: A Broken Winter (67 profile views)
General Auryn Tyrus runs a government slaughterhouse, overseeing the covert execution of political dissidents - victims of an Emperor with a weakening grip on reality. When the son of his former lover is sentenced to death, Auryn intervenes, turning his life upside down.
#35: Go Get a Roomie (67 profile views)
This webcomic follows the wild adventures of an upbeat hippie, living her life in love and joy. (And beer and sex.)"She loves life, beer, and girls!" Roomie obtained her nickname through never lacking a welcome to stay with someone else for the night. Of course, these welcomes are understandable given Roomie's reliability for drunk stripping, her irresistible cuteness, her loving nature, and her lesbian 'appreciations'.Slightly NSFW, if you count the countless ...
#36: Run Freak Run (66 profile views)
“Do you believe in witches?” In the 17th Century Spain, during the height of the Inquisition and witches and monsters roam the land. Real witches. By the orders of Queen Isabella, all supernatural beings must be hunted down, judged and punished by her Holy Law.To accomplish her mission, the Queen has employed the order of the Royal Inquisitors, the ruthless lawkeepers and hu...
#37: Unsounded (65 profile views)
Some dead men tell tales, and some little girls have tails...Daughter of the Lord of Thieves, Sette Frummagem is on a mission, and she'll lie, cheat, and steal to make sure it's a success (she'll lie, cheat, and steal anyway). Condemned to aid her in her rotten endeavours is a rotten corpse who seems oddly talented with the supernatural, and oddly not laying motionless in the dirt. The road is long and no one is what they seem. Never ...
#38: XKCD (65 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...
#39: Hunter - a Star Citizen comic (64 profile views)
Hunter is a dark themed, fan fiction comic created by Adrian Nitisor, set in the Star Citizen universe. The comic is seen through the eyes of two brothers who choose different paths that occasionally intertwine as the story unfolds.
#40: The Young Protectors (64 profile views)
The Young Protectors: Engaging the Enemy tells the story of how Kyle—a closeted, young superhero dedicated to helping everyone but himself—ascends to become one of the most powerful champions the world has ever known. But no one ever said becoming a real hero would be easy. :)The story begins with Kyle finally summoning the courage to enter a local gay bar. It's his very first step towards accepting himself. Unfortunately for him, his very ...