The New York Times Magazine's Funny Pages section has recently begun its third serialized comic story. This time, the creator is Seth, and the story is "George Sprott (1894-1975)." You can read the first three chapters (plus a prologue) here - for FREE!
The art by Seth is good, the character bits are strong and the humor, so far, has been top notch. I especially love Chapter 2, where the "omniscient" narrator tells us a basic biography of Sprott's life, along with mistakes ("His father was a prosperous doctor...or a lawyer of some sort") and innuendo ("George attended seminary from 1914 to 1918. The exact years of the Great War. I don't wish to imply anything by these dates. Especially as he left without taking his vows").
It's a great work, and you can read it for FREE!