Here's some of my favorite comics that I think you should read too.
Princess Chroma is a magical-girl parody starring June, an angry, proud girl not at all interested in your typical girly stereotypes. Reluctantly partnered with an angel-turned-magical-rabbit "friend", she unwillingly accepts her destiny as the new Princess Chroma to help fight the Monochrome monsters trying to cast the world into eternal greyscale.
This comic switches between color and black/white/grey for plot purposes.
This is a high-energy action-packed comic starring Charles and Viktor (if you couldn't guess), two heroes who talk with just "skree"'s and "gruh"'s. But who needs words when you're just here to beat up the bad guys?
This comic is better read than explained. So hop to it.
Formerly Hanged Man, this comic was reboot in early 2017, and is the story of Noah Velazquez trying to find his way home: a mysterious city known as Blanco.
This comic is still in its early stages, but the artwork of CB Webb is stunning, and I'd absolutely recommend this.
The Adventures of Kung Fu Meghan and the Ronin Glen is a hilarious black and white call center adventure about Meghan and her co-worker and his super important secret that no one is totally supposed to know.
The ink has great attention to detail and is a great example of a black and white comic done correctly.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world where civilization has collapsed and been rebuilt again, Demon Archives follows the story of Tenzin, a soldier haunted by his past failures. Tenzin works for Minerva, one of the last organizations in the world with access to modern technology, and he fights to protect civilians against marauding raiders.
This comic is new, but drawn by my good friend Jennifer, and promises to be a very fun adventure. :)
She has two other comics on her website: Sprinkles, a auto-bio gag comic; and Ticket to Heaven, which is a really cute story about a kind demon named Marchosias trying to get into heaven. Really recommend you check them out.
A big, green, crass alien is stranded on Earth for over 40 years, hiding from society and living in secret. But who wants to hear about that?
Zukahnaut is about this big guy trying to turn his wasted life around and make a difference. Zukah joins up with two "social workers" investigating strange interdimensional portals showing up, and make it their business to help integrate the poor souls these portals drop off into life in a new world.
The Black Mudpuppy is about a Meso-American God by the name of Xolotl who's a big time jerk. So Quetzacoatl transforms him into a salamandar (specifically, an axolotl). In order to regain his full power, he needs to do good deeds. Unfortunately, he's still a jerk.
This comic reboot with a more serious story-oriented tone early 2016. The more humorous original story is still available to read, and has three years worth of updates. (You don't have to read the original to start the new one.)