The first ZZTer comic series, created by Nomad in 1999. This was a short lived series written specifically to be posted on the ZZT Archives of the time. Two characters, one who never is named, and the other "Vortek", are ZZTers who spend too much time playing ZZT and being on the computer in general.
The second series of ZZT comics, "Yellow Boarders" created by Kaddar not long after Nomad's comics The strips focus primarily on ZZTer woes like the management of 24 Hours of ZZT contests, and over-hyping ZZT games still early in development.
Bencomic - Classic (Hosted on Stripcreator.com)
Bencomic was a long running series of comics from 2001-2004 made using Stripcreator to transform IRC chat logs from the ZZT community and convert them to a visual medium. The series was originally created by Benco, though the account was also shared with Funk, wildkarrdex, and craNKGod.
The successor to Benco's Bencomic covering more IRC antics from 2005-2008. Revived by Zamros with strips by dave2, Clecky, Zenith Nadir, MadTom, and FSFunky. Complete with searchable comic transcripts!
A short collection of comics included with Eurakarte's Mr. Shapiro series of games. It is very reminiscent of Pokey the Penguin.
Zamros the comic is a story of the daily trials of a young man living in the cushy suburbs of New York. Created by Dave2.
Darkmage's comic all about what Lemmer's sister's life must obviously be like! I'm not sure Lemmer even has a sister, but if he doesn't, this comic lets us imagine what that might be like. Lots of DDR, Satanic rituals, and just trying to survive high school.
Revvy's own foray into ZZT comics with a grim tale of the past, present, and future of ZZT.
A short lived webcomic by Zenith Nadir based on his own ZZT hit: "Frost 1; Power". The comic covers the events in the first half of the game. Ran from 2008-2009.
The misadventures of Bo, his friend Bread, and his two slaves Qu and Hank. This comic has aged about as well as that last sentence would have you expect. Drawn with clipart and MS Paint, UBGS spans over 100 strips, sometimes referencing the ZZT community. Let's just call it a historical curiosity.