Like regular comics, but on the web.
"Space car for the red world." Randall Munroe's new book, Thing Explainer, will be released on November 24.
Vaccines? Climate change? Yup.
(Or at least cause a really big explosion.)
You could stare at Randall Munroe's latest effort for hours upon end.
Time marches inexorably forward. The guys at XKCD help drive home the fact we're all going to die. Let's go have ice cream...shots.
I never knew that Missouri and Georgia were so similarly-shaped!
We graphed our favorite top webcomics to see who's been around the longest, who's made the most comics, and who's gonna be the biggest in five years.
This comic from xkcd illustrates this study's findings on passwords and humans. Basically, you're doing it wrong. On a side note, to anyone who wants to hack my facebook page: my password is now CorrectHorseBatteryStaple. (Via)
Next time less Bill Nye and more Barbarella, OK?
A new image from xkcd, updated from the map created a few years ago which featured a large portion of land dedicated to Myspace. Good thing plate tectonics took care of that oversight.
This is the most romantic wedding cake I've ever seen.
This really spoke to me. I can think of a number of websites that need to be humiliated via Venn diagram, but colleges are pretty high up on the list of worst offenders.
Don't try to tell me that if a frog the size of a compact car jumped out into the highway, you wouldn't freak out, either.
Do you have a velociraptor contingency plan? You might be cleaning up, home alone after a party when a velociraptor decides to open your backdoor with its nasty claw and screw around in your kitchen. That ADT guy can't help you now!
Tetris game based on this XKCD comic. Thanks Turtlefeed.
My favorite xkcd comic has been made manifest in felt and embroidery floss. Huzzah!
Tautology Club is a club that focuses on tautologies. Essentially, a tautology club, if you will.
Bre Pettis & friends create a robot that'll literally make you a (cheese) sandwich at the push of a button.