So I thought about the webcomics I still read and enjoy, and I thought I'd share a few of them with you. I'd love to hear other members' recommendations for strips they read! Don't limit yourselves just to webcomics, either -- printed comics, video games, anime, obscure TV series, anything geeky and feminist should be celebrated.
My top webcomics picks:
* The Non-Adventures of Wonderella, by Justin Pierce - Though it's only updated weekly, Wonderella has been consistently funny and feminist over the past four years. While the strip is not without flaws (Wonderella herself is pretty racist, though I believe this helps illustrate how she's not superhero material), it actually satirizes mainstream comic conventions very well. Besides, this strip pretty much sums up my inability to form relationships more accurately than anything else I've encountered.
* Hark, a Vagrant, by Kate Beaton - Do you like comics about various figures in world history? You should, if they're done by Kate Beaton. Her recent strip about "The Yellow Wallpaper" (found on this page, fifth one down) had me giggling for days.
* Dinosaur Comics, by Ryan North - Probably already widely known, but Ryan's strip has managed to stay funny despite being limited by its six panel art.
So what about you? Share, share, share!