Your classmates: “Oh, I started at Citibank just out of kindergarten!”
Quoth the raven, “OI OI OI!”
I wasn’t sure what to expect on my first spring break alone, but this certainly wasn’t it.
This is the result of a 31-year personal study I have conducted.
Ever wonder what it’d be like if a bunch of corgis robbed a museum? Now you can find out thanks to artist Olivia Huynh.
Illustrated truths about lab life.
A.K. Summers’ “Pregnant Butch” tells how pregnancy felt like dressing in drag.
“I’ll end your plan to trap young people in ignorance, destroying their lives, and threatening their children’s existence!”
And they’re oddly compelling.
“The Friend Zone sounds like a place with lots of hot dogs and trampolines!” A lesson in adult friendship by Dinosaur Comics.
A lesson in typography and inspirational quotes by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.
After a string of sexism in April, comics fans and creators build solidarity through a blog.
From internet veterans to Tumblr newcomers, these online comic artists will make your Mondays better.
How do you eat meat as a moral utilitarian? Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal explores.
These guys are putting the “er…” in Superheroes. Comics by John McNamee of Pie Comics
Why food snobs and food slobs should probably never date. Drawings by Toothpaste For Dinner
The smell of thawing poop and dead leaves — still better than winter! By Dinosaur Comics.
Every homecoming story is a ghost story. By K.C. Green.
Tip #1: Feed them before you feed your spouse.
Starring Winnie the Pooh as Regina George.
Jeremy Kaye on why Mario’s a JERK.
‘Vacation’ away from what? Cat And Girl explores.
An interview with the creator of Youtube’s giggliest cartoon show.
A mind-blowing punctuation lesson from Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.
What would your dreams have symbolized in 1901?
Max Wittert imagines Scott and Jean using their power for mundane domestic squabbles and they’re hilarious.
Cats: a weapon of mass distraction.