I love web-comics and I love science; so here is a list of science-themed web-comics.
- ASAP Science - science web-comic aggregating facebook page.
- Beatrice the Biologist - funny comics about biology
- Bird and Moon - nature and science cartoons.
- Brief History of Everday Objects - does what it says on the tin.
- Brown Sharpie - mathematical cartoons inspired by sharpie fumes
- ERC comics - web-comics about some of the research funded by the European Research Council.
- Errant Science - hilarious comics about being a scientist, with bonus informative blog
- Indexed - funny graphs
- Lab Bratz - life in the lab is hard
- LEGO Grad Student - the LEGO grad student struggles through the world of academia.
- Lovelace and Babbage - gorgeous comics about the adventures of Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage and how they invented computing.
- Pedromics - life in the lab is hard, but funny.
- PhD Comics (Piled Higher and Deeper) - the truth about academia.
- Quark comics - planets say the funniest things
- Red Pen/Black Pen - academic-research focused comic
- Sci-ence - science vs. pseudoscience
- Sketching Science - brilliant webcomic about working in a life sciences
- SMBC (Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal) - maths, science, philosophy
- The Awkward Yeti - not 100% science, but regularly featuring internal organs and planets.
- The Upturned Microscope - life in the lab is REALLY hard.
- This Isn't Nesseria - medicine, innuendo, and existential crisis.
- XKCD - maths, physics, computing, and brilliant data visualization.
Honourable mentions (i.e. not quite science-y enough)
- Existential Comics - philosophy web-comic
- False Knees - irreverent comic often featuring birds. You might learn something.
- Strange Quark - comics by a physics professor
I'd like to make this list comprehensive with time, so you know some science web-comics that I've missed, then please email me at L.MacKenzie1@Leeds.ac.uk or leave a comment below and I'll add them to the list. Last updated: 5/2/2017