VG Cats: First webcomic I read religiously. Got hooked instantly. Good videogame jokes, good humor, great art. Scott Ramsoomair just doesn't update nearly enough. I'd recommend it though. One of my inspirations.
Explosm (Cyanide and Happiness): A great comic. Great humor (except for Matt). Good for a quick cheap laugh. Updates daily since four people write it. Also great flash videos to double down on it. definitely one of the better gag strips of the net. Even better if you read through every one.
xkcd: if you can get past the slight sense of inferiority you get from not understanding the joke 16% of the time, it's a good comic. It's also educational. Good laughs were had. Read from the start if you want, there's some mini plots inside it. Updates always on time which is good good.
Twokinds: A great comic in my opinion. Great transformation of art style. Good story, memorable characters, good humor when it needs it, touches upon themes like race and stuff, and a good amount of fanservice. (Not H.O.T.D. Fanservice, but it's enough). Tom Fischbach's one of my bigger inspirations too. Updates have been shaky as of late, so if they're not on time, just wait a couple days.
Nedroid: Straight solid proof that a comic doesn't need gorgeous art to be good. Pretty much always the same recurring characters in all relatively non-canon humor that makes for many laughs. Read them all, you really only need to pay attention to 2 or 3 characters because they're the only ones in it most of the time. The comic doesn't waste its time dwindling on reusing old jokes and such either, the humor is indeed fresh and can keep you laughing for a while. In the archive, you may find 3 or 4 gems that will keep you thinking back to them. Great unadulterated strip. Updates like 2-3 times a week, maybe four if you're lucky.
Brawl in the Family: What can I say? You already know all the characters, except for that one maybe, but great comic if you're a fan of Nintendo. Unadulterated and quite humorous. Always updates on time. Great jokes about Nintendo and nothing really bad about it that I can say. The art is respectably simplistic too, so read it if you're a Ninty fan.
Concession: This one's indeed an acquired taste. Quite a mature comic at that. It really is the shamelessness of it that makes you respect it. It's raw and honest. The story has definitely taken its shape from what used to be a method of venting the pains of the artist's job to an interesting and funny strip. It's definitely got it's themes, which may draw some people away from it, but if you can get past all that, you might love it. It's a great comic to watch the art style change of too if you're an amateur comic artist yourself. The art goes from really "ehh" to pretty damn good, which is really good to learn from if you're using a tablet. Immelmann's a really cool guy too, and he sometimes draws the comic live on Livestream which is cool to watch. Be aware though, it has been known to have an effect on readers. Most readers who have read enough of it have either turned out gay, bisexual, or at least bi-curious, which isn't a bad thing by any means. I mean hey, I read through all of it, and I'm still straight, so
. Guess it depends on how much you let it get to you. Still, it won the 2009 Ursa Major Award for Best Anthropomorphic Graphic Story, so that's worth something. If you're a tolerant person, read it, if not, recommend it to your gay furry friend. Also, it updates on time like at 12:00AM on the dot without fail on due dates unless something comes up, which doesn't happen often. It's also ending very soon, so it may be one of those ones to catch last minute before it becomes a solid archive. One of my bigger inspirations. Enjoy the ride o_o.
At the Heart of it All: The first "little brother" strip to Concession, done by the same artist, Immelmann. This one's a much more personal comic. It has its humor, but alot of darkness to it too. The art is Immy's chibi style. It's much less about the characters, and more so about the artist and his thoughts about stuff he went through. To quote the "about the comic" page, "This comic is, in some ways, a tour of my mind - a look at my hopes, dreams, fears, and insecurities. All I ask is that you be gentle, and that you wipe your feet before coming in." You'll need to read quite a bit of concession to understand it fully, but it's a good detour from Concession if you need a break. At first, you may think it a bit too emo at times, but it's definitely an interesting read if you're feeling empathetic. It's all over and done too with 99 strips, so it goes quick.
Ballerina Mafia: Concession's second "little brother" strip, also done by the same artist, Immelmann. This one's a hell of alot less personal and dark, this one's all humor. A gag-a-day strip with no plot and no drama. In my opinion, it's really funny. It's got some of Immy's life in it half the time, but it's really just funny stuff that happens IRL made into comic. Again, it's Immy's chibi style. Great humor and a great strip to kick off your Monday and Wednesday mornings. Has updated on time without fail so far, the again, it's fairly new, so.. Also, there's always a bonus comic as a reward for voting for it on Top Webcomics which just piles on the humor which is good.
More later, gotta go to brunch.