|JL8||Yale Stewart||It’s funny with lots of in-jokes for those who like superheroes|
|Freakangels||Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield||A great, epic post-apocalyptic tale from one of the masters of the medium, serialized for free online|
|Garfield Minus Garfield||Jim Davis, Dan Walsh||Garfield with the cat cut out is actually funny since the strip just becomes Jon having a breakdown|
|Axecop||Ethan Nicolle, Malachai Nicolle||Unfiltered creative stream of consciousness from the mind of a five year old drawn by his artist older brother|
|Cyanide and Happiness||Dave McElfatrick, Kris Wilson, Rob Denbleyker||Stick figures do horrible things to one another|
|The Private Eye||Marcos Martin, Brian K. Vaughan||Pay what you want sci-fi detective story from the writer of Saga and Y the Last Man|
|The Junji Ito online reader||Junji Ito||Expansive archive of amazing horror manga from Junji Ito translated into English|
|Crossed: Wish You Were Here||Si Spurrier, Javier Barreno||Free online expansion of Garth Ennis’s horrific Crossed universe. For those who find The Walking Dead a bit tame…|
|Supermassive Black Hole A*||Ben Chamblerlain||Written and drawn by Ben Chamblerlain, former designer & writer of The Matrix Online, Supermassive Black Hole A* is a story about human civilisation living in the middle of the Milky Way universe|
|8Bit Theatre||Brian Clevinger||Written by Brian Clevinger (writer of Atomic Robo), 8Bit Theatre is a parody of fantasy gaming, and is very bloody funny|
|XKCD||Randall Munroe||Written and drawn by Randall Munroe. It’s pure stick figures, and is equal parts funny and sentimental|
|Awkward Zombie||Katie Tiedrich||Purely about video games, feeds our inner nerd!|
|Existential Comics||We can’t for the life of us find the name!||Webcomic about philosophy. Often explains the joke at the end!|
|NAWLZ||Sutu||Interactive comic using sound and animation in addition to the comic format|
|What Fresh Hell Is This?||Tom Nash, Will Elliott||Not your Grandma’s webcomic. Often hilarious, always obscene…|
Twisted Dark Challenge
The challenge is one we give at every comic con we go to for anyone that dares to take it.
People have to read the first two stories of Twisted Dark and then try not to buy the book (most people fail).
Here, you simply have to read the first stories (Suicide and Routine) and try to stop reading.
So, do you dare take it?
Twisted Dark Special Colletion
A Special Collection of stories from Best-Seller Comic Twisted Dark