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The saying goes, write what you know. I live a life and write/draw about it everyday. It's just not a slice-of-life though, I take what happens, observations of the world around me and make ii an entertaining read for anyone to enjoy. I pride myself on leading the reading to an ending gag on the humors of life but do not shy away from the tragedies. I've dealt with the death of a pet, the death of my father falling in love only to have that romance shattered. It's all here, daily, for all ...
Comic strip starring dogs, cats, and other beasts.
1889, Kengland. The horrendous powers of reality are threatening the very existence of the kingdom. The King calls upon the remaining überwitches to train a new magic army... and defend the country's right not to make any sense whatsoever.
Bite-sized comics about college life and everything else in between, made by Devin from the Internet.
A light hearted fantasy adventure where the main character is cursed into the form of a dragon. Now he quests to become human again and along the way meets friends who help him; foes who wish to take advantage of his unique dragon physiology.
Adorable little assholes is An adorable webcomic that may contain adult jokes and gore. :Dit has jokes about life and it focus on relatable situations. Hit that Like button!
A funny short comic that treats a variety of dark and controversial subjects with immature irreverence. Not for kids or the easily offended.
AH! PIE! is an absurdist webcomic by Laurel Green. It updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It is absurd.
Ask a Cat is a comic strip where people can finally ask questions to a cat. Ever wondered why a cat does this? Or what cats think of humans? Or what they think of a movie? Wonder no more, as Cat answers real letters that people send to him.
A has-been 80's rocker-turned morning DJ gets fired and as revenge, he broadcasts a song over the airways that turns listeners into zombies! Due to the developing apocalypse, Nas and Nik, a couple of 20-something couch potatoes must venture out into the streets to get the electricity back on. After a close encounter with some zombies, they barricade themselves in a record store where they find the DJ's ex-bandmate, who is the only person who knows how to reverse the armageddon... with rock!
Join the battle where good and evil are meaningless and action figure sales are god.Go behind the scenes with one of the 80s greatest space villains as he tries to tread the line between villainy and marketability...
As one of the largest exhibits at the Discount Zoo, (in both size and number of inhabitants) the bears attract a lot of attention… something none of them are happy about. Between gawking adults, jeering children, and their own rather profound personality clashes, it’s a wonder the bears can get through each day without maiming each other… well, most days.
Jokes about video games that updates Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Everybody knows the names of the greats...Bonham...Baker...Moon...Drummers whos names are uttered in hushed tones... Players with a freakish ability to bend Rhythm and Time to their will. There is another, however, who's tale has not yet been told, a player to whom time and space istelf would surrender,He just doesn't know it yet!The Rasputin of Rhythm...The Sultan of Swing...The Polyrhythmic Paragon... ...
Blue Milk Special is a webcomic that parodies sci-fi and pop culture, specifically Star War. Starting with the Original Trilogy we have been following along one scene at a time, starting with A New Hope, including The Holiday Special (yes, you read right) and Splinter of the Mind’s Eye (the first ever Star Wars novel, published before The Empire Strikes Back). We are currently about one third of the way through Return of the Jedi. The comic is written and illustrated by Rod and Leanne Hannah.