The list author says: "Yes it seems a bit weird to list book collections of webcomics, especially since you can read them online for free, but...sometimes its fun to just hold the book in your hand. (and no these aren't all of them...just the only ones I can find on Amazon.)"
""The Norm" was one of the best and earliest webcomics around. No longer online (except in reruns on GoComics, the books are the best way to read the series. It follows the average man, the Norm, through everyday life and the world around him."
"One of the funniest and most awesome webcomics around. The tagline is "it's not satanic porn." The strip is the autobiographical strip of Jennie Breeden, and her adventures with college, family, and kilt blowing."
"The only comic strip to focus on libraries and no don't let that scare you away. Find out the inner workings of libraries and what librarians really do all day in this funny slice of life comic strip."
"Certainly one of the cutest strips around, but also one of the best. Follow the adventures of little girl Dee who is lost (and doesn't speak) and the animals who are taking care of her and trying to help her get home."