One of the things I've done over the years is donate money to comics artists I thought were worth it. demian5, Tristan Farnon, Scott McCloud, and a few others. I had a subscription for a year to Modern Tales, a comics collective. I buy product instead of donating, where available: I have an old goats t-shirt and all the Scary Go Round books. (I'm waiting to buy the Sluggy books until the new versions of the first volumes are done.)
Anyway, sometime mid-last year, the webcomic review column websnark finally got me reading Narbonic. I'd tried to read it a couple times before and never connected; it wasn't until I just started from the beginning of the archives and read all the way through that I caught the bug. (I had the same experience with Sluggy, too.) Unfortunately, I've failed to convince anyone else to read it; probably in no small part because the archives are part of Modern Tales, so you have to subscribe to read them.
So I'm flush with cash these days, and it really is my absolute favorite webcomic these days, so I went ahead and sent in a much larger amount of money then I normally give to webcomic artists, in return for an original of one of the strips. Not because I really want to own original webcomic art, but just because I felt like donating and figured I might as well get something out of it.
This is a strip from February 2004, featuring Helen (a mad scientist) and Dave (her henchman/electronics technician) taking a break topside from a small (Valentine's Day?) party in their underground lair.
It's one of my favorite strips humor-wise, plus it helps set up an important plot line which only just reared its head in the last month or so and turns out to have had the set-up groundwork laid for a year or two before this comic.
It may look a little larger than real life in the picture, because it's being held well in-front of the monitor. Its actual length is very close to the height of the monitor, which is a 20" LCD.