alison green, all the things, allie brosh, angela melick, art, aurora, ballister blackheart, bikeyface, cat and girl, cat vs human, danielle corsetto, darwin carmichael, dc is going to hell, everyday pants, girls with slingshots, goldenloin, gws, hark a vagrant, hazel tellington, hyperbole and a half, ignition zero, jam, jenn jordan, johnny wander, jsph, junior scientist power hour, kate beaton, kate or die, ley lines, life in glory, liz prince power, lucky penny, molly ostertag, my so-called secret identity, nimona noelle stevenson, noel arthur heimpel, note the note, prince of cats, sarah zaidan, sfp, skittles, sophie goldstein, strong female protagonist, suze shore, trans, transgender, wasted talent, webcomics, women, year one, yuko ota
I love webcomics! One of the things I love about them is how much easier it is to get content from a wide diversity of artists than with corporate-created comic books (or even newspaper strips). And sure, there are a fair amount of webcomics by cis male artists that I enjoy, but I’m also able to find awesome, funny, adorable content by women and trans* artists as well.
Get your RSS feeds ready (and bookmark this page, because I know you’re not gonna have time to read all of these at once). And be ready to share your best recommendations in the comments! Here are some of my favorites:
Danielle Corsetto is responsible for this alternately charming, goofy, and rowdy ensemble-cast comic that centers on Hazel and Jamie, best friends since high school: