2D Goggles is a webcomic about the story of Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage who are famous for inventing the Analytical Engine which is the precursor to the modern computer. Apparently the story is about Lovelace and Babbage fighting crime. A lot of the site is comics about the author struggling with writing the comics. Regardless, Sydney's drawing style, which reminds me of Will Eisner's, shouldn't be missed.
Peanuts doesn't really need an introduction. Some stats about Peanuts (from Wikipedia): It ran from October 2, 1950, to February 13, 2000 (the day after Schulz's death) and has 17,897 strips published in all. If 1983 is an accurate sample set than there should be 358 Peanuts cartoons about math. Peanuts Cartoons from 1983:
March 6, 1983: Doing Math in your sleep. I think the only answer that works is Z equals zero but check me on that. (And you'd get 0/0 so that's not so great) June 9, 1983: An unexpected report card June 25, 1983: Sometimes the only way to gain unique knowledge is to figure it out yourself the long way Nov 15, 1983: Great one for teachers on the importance of wait time Dec 7, 1983 : The terrors of multiplying 9 by 12 Dec 9, 1983: On how to estimate the dumb things you've done Dec 13, 1983: More is better!