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Doesn't seem to be quite complete, and has only updated 2 pages in the last 2 years, but the nearly 1000 pages up are pretty decent.
Dead Winter -Story of a waitress/poet trying to survive the zombie apocalypse and her friends.
The last 5 to 10 years has seen a huge explosion of quality webcomics of all varieties becoming available on the web mostly for free.
There is stuff aimed at teens, and stuff for adults.
Long-form comics are heavily influenced by comic books, and are usually telling long, elaborate, evolving stories slowly.Also sometimes (like with Flaky Pastry or Templar, AZ), I'll forget about them for months at a time, and then mini-binge on everything that has happened in the last 6 months.Short-form comics are heavily influenced by newspaper comic strips and often have little continuity.There is a spin-off called “What If” that is more like a blog, very text based with occasional illustrations, it explores silly physics what if questions with great skill and humor, sorta a comedy-physics mash up.Updates several times a week, a bit irregularly, over 1000 pages in archive.