If not, you have one last chance to read Garen Ewing's The Rainbow Orchid, which goes offline shortly.
The Rainbow Orchid is an adventure strip, in the ligne-claire style, following the adventures of Julius Chancer as he hunts for the eponymous flower.
Unsurprisingly (given its quality) The Rainbow Orchid has found a home at Egmont Books, which is to publish it in August, so Ewing plans to reduce its online presence to a preview/promotional website for the book.
Ligne claire is a popular style in francophone comics - and many readers will be familiar with it from Herge's Tintin books - and it is particularly suited to webcomics, where its elegant, unfussy imagery makes for great readability.
While we're at it, here are a couple other of my favourite ligne claire webcomics. Les McClaine's Johnny Crossbones and David O'Connell's Tozo the Public Servant.
(via Forbidden Planet)