Has Lackadaisy upped it's schedule? When I stopped reading, it was putting out roughly one page a month, if that. Loved that comic otherwise.
Can't argue with Nedroid.
The good Oglaf pages are great. However, there are a lot of middling to boring pages. It's fantastic for reading a bunch of them at once though. Then you just kind of gloss over the boring ones, and you're left with nothing but memories of the really funny pages.
Please, do not re-read 8bit theater. It was great at the time, and my friends and I still have some private jokes about it, but it has NOT aged well. Let your memories stay golden on this one.>>98066942
Consistent, frequent updates are, in my opinion, what make or break a webcomic. They keep traffic and interest up. Beyond that, it's marketing. If you're trying to get advice on how to make a "successful comic" then you could get some great information from guides on how to make freemium apps.