Recommend me new webcomics

Eric the .5b

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Boyfriend of the Dead. Boy meets girl in a somewhat silly, somewhat revisionist zombie apocalypse. Boy is a zombie who cooked in his dimly-remembered life, while girl is an unreasonably dangerous survivor. Just under two years old.

(Uses the WebToons layout style, by which I mean vertical arrangement of panels. Always keep scrolling down until you hit the navigation controls, because for reasons of pacing, the artist sometimes have gaps between panels.)
 

Eric the .5b

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Parahelion, which could be called a boy-meets-boy space opera set after the fall of an attempt at a galactic confederation. Rather a lot of side stories in the delightfully strange setting. The art is very distinctive...and I need badly to catch up on it after an RSS hiccup. It's ~2.5 years old.

Deathclaw Desu Ga! is a Fallout-based comic about a Deathclaw living in the now-defunct Vault where she was raised like an ordinary human child. The comic likes to cutely anthropomorphisize her and other viewpoint characters, like the civilization of radroaches, while occasionally showing what they actually look like to wandering humans. Comedic, often fairly darkly so. About the same age as Perihelion. Also available in a WebToons format, which I find nicer to read than on Tumblr.

And dang, that's all I can think of in that age range and continuously updating.
 

Solarn

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God, that three year cutoff disqualifies a lot of the more recent stuff I'm reading (turns out a lot of the webcomics I'd consider "recent" actually started in 2011 or 2012), but I think I'll suggest the stuff that just barely doesn't make the cut (by a year at most) anyway. As a bonus, all of them have female protagonists and female-heavy casts.

Far to the North is a slow-updating (monthly or sometimes twice monthly, I believe) fantasy webcomic that's still in its first storyline despite being online since February 2015, so not much is known about the setting other than that it takes place in a snowy, Norse-inspired land and there's also an Asian-inspired place somewhere that some of the characters are from. It's excruciatingly slow, but so well drawn that it's worth the wait.

Alice and the Nightmare also started in February 2015, it's a fantasy comic taking place in a dream world inspired by Alice in Wonderland. It's currently in its 5th chapter, with each chapter having about 40-60 pages.

How to be a Werewolf is an urban fantasy comic starring, well, a werewolf. It started in January 2015 and has been going at a good pace with twice-weekly updates since.

Miss Melee is a superhero webcomic that started in September 2015. It updates weekly (most of the time) and is separated into 20-page issues, of which the 8th just started. You should be aware though that while there's nothing wrong with the comic itself, the author also writes a gag comic about heavily sexualized female superheroes and it gets a bit iffy (essentially non-pornographic wank material) at times.

EDIT: Also Lovespells, which my avatar is from. It's on Tumblr since October 2015 and it recently came back from an indefinite hiatus. It's a fantasy comic about a slowly unfolding gay romance between a cute witch and a cute knight.
 
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Kreuzritter

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Undying Happiness, in which a girl discovers her new friend is immortal... which is good, because he's also fatally unlucky. I don't know the update schedule

Mage & Demon Queen, a JRPG-style romantic comedy fantasy comic where the titular mage is love-struck with the demon queen and wishes to be her wife. updates Tuesdays and Thursdays

this is more on the manga front, but Oversimplified SCP has an almost daily release/translation schedule. these are comic versions of short in-universe reports from a secret organization dedicated to the safe containment and study of strange objects and creatures, to both protect humanity from them, and them from humanity. these can range from outright horror to comedic whimsy
 
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