What other webcomics do you follow? We've all seen tons of 'em, but there are always awesome ones we haven't seen that someone else knows about, so let's put our heads together!
I currently follow (added in sort of chronological order of when I started reading them):
[EDIT 08/23/13: I just realized this list, whittled down as it is now, is more or less over--I don't actively keep up with any of the comics still on it. I'm still always on the look-out for cool comic stories to read, but somehow I've run out of ongoing ones that I actually keep up with.]White Ninja
Totally absurd, frequently rather brilliant.Red Meat
Primarily an alt-mag print comic, actually, but hey. The clip art style and jokes can get repetitive, but some of the characters, like Milkman Dan, are just fun.Nedroid Picture Diary
The Picture Diaries mostly focus on the ebullient misadventures of two good buddies, Reginald and Beartato--who appears to be a cross between a bear and a potato, but this, like many other things in Nedroid, is not explained in so many words. A delightful sense of whimsy pervades the early comics; that's to a large extent been replaced by more biting humor now, but the comic still has a unique point of view that's quite adept at turning the seemingly mundane into the hilarious.Travis Charest's Spacegirl
Hardly ever updates, and is currently only available in Google Plus slideshow form, and the writing might be a little iffy, but dang this single-panel black and white hand-drawn horizontal format science fiction comic (sounds like A*, eh? I found out about it after I'd started A*--back then, it was only available as an online archive someone else had made of pages the author had posted to a newsgroup years before) by veteran print comic artist Charest is gorgeous. For a while I tried to draw like him and failed miserably.
Comics that have ended but I would totally go back and read again:Nine Planets Without Intelligent Life
Benevolent robotic efficiency has taken over the running of Earth, and colonized the solar system, but two robot workers, feeling they just don't fit in somehow, leave their jobs for a ramble of self-discovery across the known planets in a sharp and endearing parody of human foibles. Sports exquisite low-color art and a startlingly pleasant click-and-drag scrolling interface, but it does update fairly slowly.Gunmonkey
(Originally) stark black and white, raggedly/experimentally drawn webcomic periodically released in Flash slide show episodes, about a guy who's also...a monkey?--and on the run. But Gunmonkey takes no prisoners! (He also has a few semi-psychotic issues, maybe.) Written in slightly broken English, which makes for some truly wonderful lines, such as "I knew that I reflected pure poetic power." Yes, when he isn't immobilized by depression, pills, or some other regrettable condition, Gunmonkey is a bad-ass.