Fooled you! We don’t actually have any friends. But here are a list of webcomics that we think don’t suck. If you want to link to us, you’ll find an oversized collection of HATEFARM banners below.
Ravens Dojo is pure madness. Violence, sex, funny little cartoon characters and one of the most appealing visual styles in webcomics, if you don't check this shit out I swear I will hunt you down.
The Obscure Gentlemen is our favorite pop culture webcomic, and much like The Polyphonic Spree, it is operated by over four thousand individuals.
Crazy Sunshine is a stylish, colorful comic that is equal parts naughty and nice. I feel like I'm having dessert when I look at this comic.
Critical Miss is a gaming comic but worry not — it's one of the good ones. Beautiful art and memorable storylines.
I am ARG: This is a silly, frequently updated autobiographical webcomic about an Canadian animator with an affinity for drawing dicks. Being that I too am an animator with an affinity for drawing dicks, I think this is pretty much the greatest webcomic ever. You'll note that ARG makes a guest appearance in one of our comics, "A Skyrim Comic".
Toonhole: Toonhole is about as good a name as Hatefarm, but this comic is freaking awesome. Tons of strange, violent and sexy going on here, and the art is almost always delicious. They have a huge archive and update frequently, but the REAL treat is their "toons" section — animated skits that would make John K. proud. (and he hates everything
Dare you not to enjoy this dark, moody, stylish comic. Triple dog.
Mallville Rules: I don't read a lot of storyline comics because my attention span is not that big — but it's hard to say no to such a silly, naughty, supple, moist….wait what was I talking about?
It's not always really pretty to look at, I'll admit. And sometime's the subject matter is borderline retarded. But it's this lack of class and the 'don't give a fuck' attitude that makes it so great. Plus, inconsistency!
Perry Bible Fellowship: One of the finest examples of surreal humor on the internet. If you're not familiar with PBF, there is no need to feel ashamed. Just realize you have a lot of work to do.
Louder Than Bombs: A webcomic from crazy cats McFadyn and Jay Fantastico. The art style alone is worth the price of admission. Also: The price of admission is free, so go read some fucking comics.