These are quick and simple one off strips. There are no continues stories, just really funny and over the top comic strips. WARNING: Some of them are pretty disturbing if you’re sensitive.
Hate Farm is a large page gag comic, with nice detailed, and varied art for each page. The comic leans on some crude humor, and visuals, but the art is fun enough to avoid being completely grotesque.
They don’t have much of an archive of strips yet, and even they aren’t happy with their current web design, but it’s a nice new comic for those who can enjoy some mildly crude humor with some nice art.
Update: Hate Farm’s archive has since expanded, though not dramatically, and the comic itself has continued to bang out some pretty great one off gags with some of the better non-strip styled art in webcomics. Their site design is now also very clean and navigable. The comic has also developed a bit of focus on fetishizing their Mistress Missy character, though not as good as their pure joke comics, she is quite attractive for a webcomic female.
A sort of jumbled mix of a comic, short gags interspersed with random parodies. What stands out about this comic is the really nice character art, cute long necked girls, significantly varied poses from panel to panel, comic to comic, a few improvements in the overall presentation could really push Head Trip into the big leagues of the webcomics world.
Sarah Zero herself looks like the star of a mid 90′s adventure game, inserted into the pages of a comic that’s less a digitized sketchbook than an inspirational ad for a product that doesn’t exist, with extreme angles and a text style ripped out of a Got Milk campaign.
Each page of Sarah Zero is wrapped in a fun bit of web design that perfectly suits the hyper dramatic comic.
It’s a fun comic that makes up for in personality what it lacks in intimacy.
Finally there’s a comic for those of into sexy muscular thunder thighed spider women. With beautiful black and white art in a graphic novel format Spinnerette is a funny superheroine webcomic for fans of thick women with excess limbs.
Some unfortunate furry elements do not take away from the glory of the bulky women on offer in this webcomic, though charging for one of the chapters does, if you enjoy this mostly free webcomic full of women with thighs capable of crushing skulls then pehaps the full book is worth the price.
Not Safe For Work Comix is primarily an “anything goes” strip as long as it involves dirty humor ranging from the ribald to the shocking, although it often features ongoing storylines and recurring characters such as:
The perverted and nerdy exploits of Cuthwald & companions;
the philosophies of Manly Man;
the misadventures of Puberty Girl;
and many tie-ins with internet subcultures.
NSFW Comix’s author Cybersp0nge is not above full-frontal fan-service and even includes reader cameos from time to time. NSFW Comix also sometimes appears in Flash animation form.
Collar 6 is a BDSM webcomic with a storyline, if you’re into seeing women who look like they stepped out of an early 2000′s Saturday morning cartoon beat up other women from that same cartoon, well then Collar 6 was made just for you.
Collar 6 is quite popular for such a niche comic, and has developed a decent size community around it, so if you’re into it you won’t be alone.
With only the first issue out so far, and the second not starting until May, it’s not entirely clear yet what this gritty story driven comic is going to be about, the author promises underground conspiracy, so far it’s mostly a screwed up stripper.
The art is reminiscent of Captain Planet, if all the kids in Captain Planet were messed up with serious drugs, but perhaps it’s more the setting and racial makeup that’s giving me the Captain Planet vibe. So far I like it, the first bunch of pages are a sort of intentionally confusing bit of poetry, before it starts in to Rhyda’s story.