I am deeply, deeply in love with Comic Rocket.
The idea behind Comic Rocket is a simple one: from a reader perspective, webcomics are occasionally hard to manage. They can update on a schedule ranging anywhere from daily to whenever the creator gets in a fresh batch of F’s to give. Some webcomics have many years worth of material behind them, so if you’re a new reader wanting to jump on you’re generally in for a hell of a lot of bookmarking and cursing. Comic Rocket is here to simplify that.
Comic Rocket gives you the opportunity to start any of their 2,800 (and growing) indexed titles at page one and it will save your place in the comic even as it updates. Any comic that you’re completely up to date on will pop to the top of your comics library when it receives an update, so now you only have to obsessively check one site instead of ten (or twenty, in my case). If you don’t want to track down your current comics on their website, they also provide you with the helpful option to import your reading list from your browser’s bookmarks.
You can connect your account with either twitter or facebook and follow what your friends are reading and even more importantly you can choose whether or not you want your listed titles to be private by rating, so Mom doesn’t have to know that
I’m you’re more then current on Oglaf or Curvy.
Comic Rocket is currently in their beta stage and is willingly and openly taking feedback and suggestions from current users.