These short comic strips are illustrated so well that the funniest of them often don't even need dialogue. Their originality and blunt humour is sure to keep you entertained for a good few hours. The jokes sometimes require a few reads or some thought, but they're definitely worth the extra time - a prolonged discovery process often makes them funnier.
Mature comedy comic strips which literally give basic instructions of how to handle certain situations. Naturally, to be funny, it would have to be completely off-the-mark, yet not excessively blunt way. Bingo you've found your guy. Not updated that often but there are more than enough to burn at least a few (enlightening) hours.
"Edmund Finney's Quest to Find the Meaning of Life" is a particularly distinctive (and long-named) webcomic that keeps the main story loose enough to ensure each individual comic is fresh and open for new readers. This webcomic stands out from the rest with its crisp drawing style and sophisticated, witty punchlines.
Where other comics go for originality in their artistic style or writing style, this comic casually strides ahead with it's unique design medium - they're all made of cardboard, fabric and other similar materials. Even though the artistic style is intentionally unrealistic, they still have a surreal kind of captivating realism about them to go alongside the refreshing writing style.
Possibly the most well know webcomic on the web. These simplistic comics focus on the writing over visuals, hence the stickfolk. They're aim at the more learnèd folk, with jokes relating to maths and science (don't let that make you think they won't be funny) using sarcasm and figurative language to achieve their humour.