I love a good comic strip. In my opinion, these are some of the best the web has to offer. Some links take you to the first episode.
Broken Plot Device
Buck Godot, Zap Gun for Hire
"Always available, but never free." Buck is a detective and all-around troubleshooter on the planet of New Hong Kong, where the only law is that there is no law.
Buck Godot: zap gun for hire is a comic with a noir sensibility. Here you'll find hard-drinking detectives, prostitutes with hearts of gold, foul-mouthed alien bartenders and lots of gunfights. For this reason, we suggest that this comic be considered only for an audience of older teens and up.
Disney's comic stripsMickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Scamp's newspaper comic strips. Reprinted at a rate of one per day. Be sure to read `em every day, because they are only up for a day!
It's an alternate history set in a world where Mad Science really works. The ability to use this tends to run in families, and at the start of the story our main character Agatha learns that she is the heir to one of the most famous, most powerful Spark families in history, who everyone else had thought all safely exterminated. When they learn of her existence, everyone wants to either kill her, or control her, and ... hilarity ensues!
Kevin and Kell
Kevin & Kell is a story of Kevin, a burly rabbit, and Kell, a
petite she-wolf, who met in an online chat room and fell in love before
discovering that they were on opposite ends of the food chain. They now
have a very blended family with teenagers from their previous marriages and
their own offspring, a carnivorous bunny
Least I Could Do
The Meaning of Lila
A boy, his duck, and pop-culture awesomeness...A very funny comic.
WeeshA furry little green creature grants wishes to three kids. Fun for all ages
The Houston Chronicle has an AMAZING comics resource. 103 different comics available! They offer comics you can't find anywhere else.
Blogs `n More
Opinions from folks who actually know stuff.
Mark EvanierMark has written comic books, Saturday morning cartoons (Ever hear of Garfield?), TV Shows (Welcome back Kotter, Pink Lady & Jeff), books and he probably was asked to add a few jokes to the Gettysburgh Address. A blog to be read daily!
James Randi Randi has devoted his life to debunking psychics, fortune tellers, astrologers and other liars. Updated daily
Mr MusicJerry Osbourne knows music and knows how to tell a good story about its creators. Updated Mondays
Sites that amuse or interest me.
Free Rice Answer vocabulary questions and they'll donate rice to feed the hungry. DO something good as you improve your ......wordiness.
The Falling Sand Game It's silly...worthless and a has wasted MANY hours of my time. ...ADDICTING!
Grand IllusionsA fascinating site. It has items you can buy, build or just wish you had. The dragon illusion was fun to make...and free!
Shokus Internet RadioTV on the radio for baby boomers with talk shows
featuring celebrities and interactive game shows where you can be a
contestant on your phone.
Ninja Kiwi Great game site. I HIGHLY recommend the Bloons series, especially Tower Defense 3
Photoshop Disasters Neat site that displays Photoshop errors.
OddeeA blog on oddities and basoc weirdness.
The Fail BlogNo matter how badly your day is going...someone is having a worse one.
Think Twice RadioOver 40 different podcasts to listen to anytime. (Including one from ME!!).