The 60 Funniest Web Comics of 2011

Over the past 12 months, a ton of great Web comics were uploaded to the Internet. Below are the 60 comic strips that delivered the most laughs over the last year.

1. The Doghouse Diaries

2. Cyanide and Happiness

3. Poorly Drawn Lines

4. Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal

5. Jim Benton

6. Hark, A Vagrant

7. For Lack of a Better Comic / tumblr

8. Invisible Bread

9. Three Word Phrase / tumblr

10. Wondermark

11. xkcd


12. Gemma Correll / tumblr

13. The Oatmeal / tumblr

14. Abstruse Goose

15. Endless Origami

16. Buttersafe

17. Incidental Comics


18. Cat vs. Human / tumblr

19. Something of That Ilk

20. Nedroid Comics / tumblr


21. Completely Serious

22. Antics Comic

23. Channelate

24. Toothpaste for Dinner

 


25. Drawing Board Comic

26. Calm Blue Oceans


27. Extra Ordinary

28. Feel Afraid

29. Balderduck


30. Fredo and Pid’jin

31. Chainsawsuit

32. Hejibits

33. Doctor Cat


34. Left-Handed Toons

35. Loading Artist

36. Pictures for Sad Children


37. Mr. Lovenstein

38. Octopuns

39. Pandyland

40. Married to the Sea

41. Moonbeard

42. Space Avalanche

43. Happle Tea


44. Sticky Comics

45. Crimes Against Hugh’s Manatees


46. Time Trabble

47. Ryan Selvy

48. Plus 5 Mace

49. Robbie and Bobby


50. Domics

51. The Warehouse

52. Sticky Cinema Floor


53. Gun Show Comic

54. Formal Sweatpants

55. Lonely Infermo

56. The Jay Stack

57. The Joy of Tech

58. Amazing Super Powers

59. Cereal With a Fork

60. Penny Arcade

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26 Responses to The 60 Funniest Web Comics of 2011

  1. Eugen Erhan says:

    Thanks for including us!

  2. John Glynn says:

    Great list.

  3. Anon E. Mouse, Troll says:

    What the hell was your methodology? I see lots of no-name, unfunny strips but very few of the more established webcomics with consistently high quality. How did you decide which were the most funny, and why the hell does everyone seem to skip over the good strips and post (and post and repost) lame stick figure strips as if they were good or funny?

  4. Quatroking says:

    That Wondermark comic is from March 2010.

  5. B.M. FACTORY says:

    WHERE IS WHOMP AND BUG AND OGLAF AND ASCII ART FARTS AND MARK FOESN’T UNDERSTAND ANIMALS

  6. Just Joel says:

    A pretty decent list overall! Learned about a few new webcomics I’d never heard of before (thanks for that) but I can’t help but notice Just Joel didn’t make the list! D’oh! Ah well… maybe next year!

  7. Agreed. I too would someday like my comic, Malcontent, to be on this list, or one just like it.

    Meantime, feel free to check it out anyway:
    http://malcontent-comics.com

    -Malcontent

  8. Dan Morris says:

    No Axe Cop = Not legit

  9. Ashutosh says:

    Wow.. I can’t believe PBF comics isn’t on this list.

    It’s the funniest Thing on the internet, I can guarantee it.

    http://pbfcomics.com/215/

    Not only is it clever and funny, but there’s a lot of art work put into it and
    the creator is able to draw in many different styles. Much respect to him.

    Please, I beg you to take a look!

    • Jeff Wysaski says:

      PBF is one of my favorites web comics, but he barely released anything new in 2011. That’s why he’s not on the list.

  10. Breanna says:

    all of them are sooooooooooooooooooooooooo funnnyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Cool comics theyy were so funny

    • Anonymous says:

      Ok I kind of love it too but what if some kid looks up funny comics and forgot to put in “for children” uh inappropriate.

  12. avantika says:

    i liked the pandy land joke others were ok but some were worst

  13. These are so funny-alex valeriano-bob courtway

  14. Anonymous says:

    funny as hell

  15. Smosh says:

    59 what the hell!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Who put in the really inappropriate one about the wiener UH that’s so gross, fuck.

  17. Anonymous says:

    butter

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