I feel like I read the webcomics I follow out of habit, more than enjoyment these days. A lot of them have been going on so long I don’t even know what is going on anymore.
One I enjoyed very much, even though there were definitely pacing problems, was Misfile. Following the upended life of two teenagers, one a boy who suddenly wakes up as a girl, the other a girl who loses the latest two years of her life as if they had never happened. The cause: a pot smoking angel who misplaced their files in the Celestial Filing Depot just before being exiled from Heaven. As such, reality has re-worked itself as if things had always been this way, and they are the only ones who know what’s wrong, and being exiled, the angel who comes to find them can’t fix it. It definitely falls into the gender bender category, but defies the usual trope of the bendee happily accepting their new gender after a little while. It ended last year, rather poorly in my opinion, but the journey there was worthwhile to me. The author has made a follow up which still seems to be struggling to present a main plot, and also has a steampunk fantasy called 6 Gun Mage which is enjoyable.
Darths and Droids is a very entertaining comic about if all the Star Wars movies were just a group’s RPG campaign. They just started The Force Awakens not too long ago. They have done some wonderful twists with the plot, too.
JL8 is a very well drawn comic taking the Justice League and placing them in kindergarten. Seemed ro start off as mostly one off comics, but a storyline has developed over time with some truly moving strips. Sadly it updates rather infrequently.
I also really like Atomic Robo.
Others I follow but do not really remember what all is going on anymore are Megatokyo, Looking for Group, Questionable Content, Sequential Art, and Grrl Power.
Manly Men Doing Manly Things appears to have been anandoned, as was Camp Weedonwantcha. Both really good.