Here is my dilemma. For a while now I have had some ideas kicking around in the back of my mind for a web cartoon. I would like to try to put the idea into reality, but I run into one tiny little problem. I can't draw. At all. I've tried, I took classes - at the end I managed a decent stick figure. It's pathetic. Surely in the age of technology there must be a program out there that can help. I know there are websites that will give you access to their image libraries and such to create cartoons with but they also put wording in their terms of service that make anything you create using their service, theirs. Not what I want. The program doesn't have to be point and click simple, I can learn a complex program - just don't make me draw by hand!
If you're trying to create a web comic without drawing, I think the answer is not going to be software, it's going to be some creative idea for making unconventional 'function over form' visuals that work as something that carries the content, without needing to look like conventional classic cartoons.
The content quality is more important than the drawing quality. Successful examples:
Some top-of-the-head ideas of things that could carry the content of a web comic without requiring drawing (note these are purely to help you kick off coming up with you're own ideas that suit your idea for the comic):
Or, you could buddy up with a graphic artist who wants to do a web comic but doesn't have any ideas. There will be many, not sure where would be best to look - maybe DeviantArt, which is a community popular with enthusiast/hobbyist graphic artists.
There's a cute little app called Comic Life, by Plasq. You can probably have some fun with free clipart and photographs, and use the software to add the 'comic strip' elements.