These are comics that I look at regularly. Every day, in fact.
Pretty Much Dailies
Sluggy Freelance: (RSS) The venerable master. Pete Abrams has been doing Sluggy for years and shows no lack of talent, inventiveness and gall since the beginning. But, since it's been around for so long there's a lot of backstory to get through. Pete has kindly set up a new viewers section to help the uninitiated.
Ask Dr. Eldritch:
(RSS) Eldritch is interesting on two levels. For one, it's a strip based
solely on photographed action figures. But forget that. An
interdimensional hero that writes an advice column for those afflicted
by the paranormal deserves to be here.
Misfile: (RSS) Turns out reality is a function of a card catalog in heaven. Bad things happen when the cards are messed up.
Candorville: (RSS) Strange little strip about a black journalist.
Dilbert: (RSS) By rights this should be on the Syndicated page. But, what the hell. I read it regularly. I guess I should treat it as if it were as good as the other webcomics.
*Questionable Content: (RSS) Slacker, emo, sex, robots and a coffee shop. Not necessarily in that order.
A girl and her fed: (RSS) What can you say about a girl who's in love with a federal agent with a chip in his head and who pals around with the ghost of Benjamin Franklin?
(RSS) Can't really tell you why I like this one. But I do. The only fantastic
element is embodied in the Great Ferret-Squirrel War. Go figure. But
The Meek : (RSS) Really brilliant strip that updates so slowly I have no idea where it's going.
College Roommates from Hell: (RSS)When I first started reading this strip I was lulled into thinking it was just another college conflict story. But when the devil shows up, a big hulking dark thing with the head of a bull and a pentacle burned onto his chest, I knew I was swimming in deep water. Very funny. Very strange. Maritza Campos files these strips from the Yucatan. The influence isn't obvious but it's there if you know where to look.