RationalWiki:What is going on in webcomics?
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Keep up with the world of webcomics here. Try to keep to relevant topics.
And no, nothing is going on at MSPA.
|2||Great Moments in Liberalism: Daily Kos edition|
|1||The Fire Within|
|1||"Just keep pushing alt right".|
|3||That's Not Who We Are.|
|5||A timeline of the Earth's average temperature|
|3||God rest you, great prophet.|
|0||Solutions for lazy consumers.|
|1||This is not fine (Emphasis added)|
|1||House Democrats are screwed.|
|5||Brexit courtesy of SATW|
|5||Evolution of Democratic Voters in 2016|
|2||The Modern Primary Phenomena|
|1||The Mental Gymnastics Olympics|
|0||Calling things Marxist is the new political correctness. Political cartoon from the Guardian.|
|7||War on Drugs is actually an addiction, SMBC|
|2||Tom the Dancing Bug on the unstoppable zinger how come there are still monkeys?|
|5||Alien goats, courtesy of Zach Weinersmith.|
|5||Zach Weinersmith (SMBC) is not like Jack Chick (Chick Tracts), so Randall Munroe (xkcd) gets superpowers.|
|1||A universally applicable comic for whenever a famous scientist does something bad.|
|2||Thank goodness we left that nonsense behind from Wondermark|
|1||Another take on Roko's basilisk from SMBC.|
|3||A few years behind the times, but Live action version of Dresden Codak's Caveman Scifi. Basically, the summation of every anti-science argument ever.|
|0||SMBC has a Zorblaxian playing a Roko's basilisk prank.|
|3||The troll gap defeated.|
|1||(Story arc starts with It's Not A Tumor.) Spoiler: Does the transmission of gratitude to the past violate the second law of thermodynamics?|
|4||Are you against gay marriage because: The Bible? A handy flowchart.|
|4||Talk about God vanishing in a puff of logic... (Oglaf, but totally safe.)|
|9||The Mediterranean diet actually justifies invading Greece, as exposed by SMBC.|
|5||1791: Haitian slaves ask very nicely to be freed and are immediately liberated by all those reasonable white people.|
|3||Ken Ham gets a shout-out in the funny pages.|
|3||Arguably the most convincing argument for biblical inerrancy. Actually, Poe's Law is in effect here, because a very similar argument is used by inerrantists, it's called the criterion of embarrassment.|
|5||I can quit anytime I want!|
|4||The social justice warrior agenda revealed|
|7||Skeptical Spectacle: Mansplain in the membrane #notallatheists #justenoughunfortunately|
|6||SMBC: Goats and religion jokes, what more could you ask for?|
|2||Scenes from a Multiverse: Eat the data (climate change)|
|3||Scenes from a Multiverse: How many gamergaters does it take to screw in a light bulb?|
|2||Actually, about MSPA ...|
|3||Cyanide & Happiness: How to get away with saying something crazy|
|3||The true purpose of science channels|
|1||SMBC: Sex remains constant|
|1||Atheism Supreme in which our heroes discuss how morality proceeds from first principles. Super simple math, really. Oh, wait, no... the other thing.|
|3||RationalWiki Facebook delivers! The Adventures of Miss Andrist and White Knight! Starring Femilisk and Armondikov.|
|1||Does this seem familiar to anyone else?|
|2||Here's how the Heartbleed bug works.|
|5||The implications of "chemical free"|
|1||We should never have let our kids read Atlas Shrugged.|
|1||Tom the Dancing Bug on math and the Bible. (Update: this one came true seven days later.)|
|1||XKCD on the Kola Borehole.|
|-3||Scott Adams redeems himself, slightly|
|0||SMBC: "Avenge my death! Wooooo! Unfortunately, nowadays, the very notion of culpability is confuuuusing!"|
|4||xkcd explains what to say when somebody claims that cold weather disproves global warming.|
Skepticism and atheism
- Flea Snobbery A joke-a-week webcomic about skepticism, atheism and related topics.
- Carbon Dating, A comic about skepticism, pseudoscience, and relationships
- Jesus and Mo These two guys walk into a bar....
- Scenes From a Multiverse, with an archive to send the reader in any number of different directions. Internet Arguments is an almost but not quite completely atypical sample. The Corn God has shown up more than a few times.
- Xkcd Randall Munroe's totally awesome comic about science, math and romance, and sometimes goat.
- What If? Randall Munroe answers reader questions about unlikely scientific occurrences.
- Ph.D. Comics Graduate students are the worst. See why.
- Great Moments in Leftism, a webcomic that makes fun of the many sects in leftist politics. (The site itself.)
- The Nib, not a webcomic, but a daily sampler of comics and editorial cartoons drawn from the left side of the internet.
- The Illustrated Guide to Law, webcomics and posts explaining various aspects of the law.
- Oh Joy Sex Toy. Sex toy reviews and other sex-related topics. Sometimes NSFW, depending on where you work.
- With Fetus. Life at an abortion clinic. Uneven, but worth checking out. The artwork is horrible, but some of the characters are engaging and the writing can be thoughtful, when the author doesn't let himself get bogged down in mansplaining feminism (especially in the blog posts). People involved in pro-choice activism will dig it; pro-lifers may read it and learn not to see their ideological enemies as monsters.
- Oglaf Sex and Dungeons and Dragons-style swordplay and fantasy. Not even remotely safe for work.
- Try It, You'll Like It. Comic guide to kink. Try it. You'll like it.
- Dinosaur Comics, in which the same six dinosaur clipart images are used over and over again to tell new and hilarious stories,
fivefour times a week.
- Hark a vagrant; a webcomic that makes jokes about history and literature.
- The Oatmeal; a webcomic that makes jokes about pop culture.
- Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal – a non-serial webcomic about all sorts of topics, especially academia, sex, and the occasional superhero. Has some excellent take-downs of creationism. Updates daily at smbc-comics.com.
- Cectic used to be another comic focused on skepticism/atheism comics; as of January 2014, the author is considering restarting it; a full archive is available at the site.