YouTube probably did usurp them, but I don't think many webcomics really helped themselves stay relevant. With many authors getting too serious for their own good from what I remember.
There's a name I haven't heard in a long time...
I used to read some but I dropped them. Fanboys, Awkward zombie, sexy losers, lfg and possibly others.>>57828>With many authors getting too serious for their own good from what I remember.
This happened with lfg. The plot went nowhere and it was extremely aggravating.
I used to read bob and george
I still follow this content:https://existentialcomics.com/comic/98
It appears to be still going strong.
Been keeping up with Nerf Now! for some years now. I keep reading it out of habit. There was one horror comic about people trapped in a nightmarish hospital I'd like to find again, forgot its name.>>57855>lfg
Shame about that one, loved the warlock.>>59210
Sure do. It was great.
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal is still pretty good, too. Generally it doesn't reach the peaks of brilliance as others, but it's pretty consistently good.>>57828>With many authors getting too serious for their own good from what I remember.
This really did happen everywhere. I understand people grow up into adults and change, but turning a silly comic into something serious with "real world issues" ruined so many of them. >>59187
Hah! The Megaman sprite comic? I should still have some of them saved somewhere on my drives.
>>59234>Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
i used to read it alot
i cant take any webcomic that's still going from when i was in middleschool seriously though the author can't move on!
I imagine they are still doing well but instead of selfhosting they got swallowed up by Twitter.
That was an awesome webcomic I used to read and regard highly specially after the disappointment that lfg turned into at the time. No idea how it ended because I just stopped reading webcomics altogether one fateful day for no real reason, but it was damn good.
Another one I just remembered was the concerned half-life2 webcomic. That was nice as well but I'm conflicted about the ending. On one hand the author ended it before it overstayed its welcome in a way that gave it closure. On the other hand, I'm not too keen on the arc that brought about its end. The author had google adsense and I remember him tricking the algorithm with one of his side comments by typing a lot of monkey-related words. I wonder if that still works, regardless of how much more elaborate the ad presentation and alleged sophistication of the algorithm may be...