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Currently, what's the first comic you read each morning?

There are a bunch of comics I read in bunches but there are also comics I keep up with everyday. Of those everyday reads I always seem to gravitate to reading my current favorite first. What's the first comic you check each morning?

Right now, for me it's Questionable Content (with Wapsi Square a close second).

Currently, what's the first comic you read each morning?

Xaviar Xerexes's picture

There are a bunch of comics I read in bunches but there are also comics I keep up with everyday. Of those everyday reads I always seem to gravitate to reading my current favorite first. What's the first comic you check each morning?

Right now, for me it's Questionable Content (with Wapsi Square a close second).

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Aaron Tanner's picture

The first thing I read is usually Soap on A Rope

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dunk's picture

Scary Go Round. There are days when I don't have time to look at comics that I still take time for SGR.

Katie Sekelsky's picture

Real Life, with Questionable Content coming in second.

Shepherd's picture

Man-Man, natch, then Superosity, Scary Go Round, Soap on a Rope, Narbonic, and the Graphic Smash/Modern Tales crawl in that order.

Al Schroeder's picture

BRUNO by Bruno Baldwin is the first. SOMETHING POSITIVE is the last, so I start strong and end strong.---Al

 Al Schroeder III of MINDMISTRESS---think the superhero genre is mined out? Think there are no new superhero ideas? Think again.

Erik Melander's picture

Diesel Sweeties

scarfman's picture

[quote:b0439c7e78="Anonymous"]Isn't Queen of Wands done? :)

Yes, and now there are annotated reruns seven days a week.

Why my own of course... you know, when I'm checking stats, or to see if I've been visited by hackers.

I really only get to catch up on comics a little over once a week, but thanks to ComicAlert! the links to new pages just wait in my mail box until I can get to them. ;)

~Liriel

bobweiner's picture

Me too! :)

-K

[quote:caaf26ea55="DJ_Coffman"]I read http://yirmumah.net every morning, first thing.

:wink:

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RE: Currently, what

I've been going to the daily grind challenge everyday lately. There aren't many strips that I check out every day. Well, not true. I check out mine every day -- I have to quit that habit. Places I go when I know an update is immanent: Cowpunch - http://www.cowpunch.com/, Boy on a Stick & Slither, http://www.boasas.com/, Darby Hudson, http://www28.brinkster.com/darbydarby/page1.htm....and White Ninja.

You know, I thought about this... I looked at my bookmarks, and I realized that the answer is actually "Nothing"

I read comics in chunks. Once a month or so, going through the archives because I like to read, not be diverted for a few seconds..

scarfman's picture

If the question is actually, Which comic do you reserve for favored reading position?, then you want to know what I save for last. I divide my webcomic reading into several shifts like Websnark (where, in fact, I got the idea), which are always listed on my main page should anyone be interested. Each shift I read non-dailies first and dailies last. In the morning I save Real Life for last. At lunchtime I save Queen of Wands for last. At dinnertime I save Little Dee for last. At bedtime I save PvP for last. (Subject to change without notice; for instance, Queen of Wands and Little Dee have both only recently assumed their spots.)

I read http://yirmumah.net every morning, first thing.

:wink:

Ozy and Millie and El Goonish Shive firmly occupy the prime position in my bookmarks.

I check all my linked sites atleast once a week. Still looking for my gotta-check-everyday-webcomic... It's out there.

Yes...it's sooo much more fun to make your own, isn't it. ;)

I really like the Dinosaur comics at qwantz.com. The other one I look at (on Wednesdays and Saturdays) is Escapeman at escapeman.keenspace.com. And I, too, have the bad habit of looking at my own comics a little too much. It's hard to cure.

Cashiavellis

brideau's picture

I visit HER!, girl vs. pig...

unfortunately Chris Bishop only schedules updates for Wednesdays and Sundays...and actualy updates the comic even less often...I still check. Like a fiend.

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dave_roman's picture

American Elf most consistently.

Isn't Queen of Wands done? :)

Pooch Cafe best mainstream strip. Tom the Dancing Bug and the SF Chronicle's Bad Reporter on a weekly basis. Pearls Before Swine also good.

you got escapeman's address wrong.. the 'space don't use teh www.