Back when it was still going, I would also read Frog Racoon Strawberry.
I thought I was the only one.I used to read el goonish shive, but I stopped when it turned into a smug social justice preachfest. I mean, before it was progressive right from the start and made its social messages quite clear without strawmen and without halting the plot for like a month or two to painstakingly show the supposed clueless reader something that the comic already has shown in a couple of panels.
Sounds like you're old-school like me.I used to read a few, but the problem was that I'd have periods when I was too busy to keep up, then I'd have to do an archive binge and lose track. The ones I followed were:
Questionable Content, which I understand has since become some sort of SJW mouthpiece.
Scary-Go-Round, which stopped and then rebooted following characters I don't care about.
Real Life, which if I'm honest with myself, was never more than "okay."
Married to the Sea
The Perry Bible Fellowship, until the author had a bit of a breakdown and stopped posting
The one I used to follow religiously was Achewood, which was about as good as a comic strip got. The problem was that updates became so infrequent that after a while it just wasn't worth going to the site regularly - we're talking months apart. It didn't help that this started during one of the series' dark and surreal storylines, which typically take about twenty strips to get anywhere.
I remembered reading it, the arts fine but it was too loose for my taste. That, and the fuck ton characters introduced.Zoophobia SUCKS ASS. Don't believe me? Look it up if you can and don't just read that, but learn about its creator as well - hopefully to get some insight into why it sucks (and not just in my opinion, either.).