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Here Are 30 New Funny Comics By Chris Hallbeck

Everybody appreciates beautifully drawn comics, but as some comics prove again and again, however nice it may be, it’s not necessary. The hooks, punchlines, and sinkers are the building blocks that make a comic great. Today’s example is no other than that of Chris Hallbeck, whose comics are as simple as a circle and a rectangle. But don’t underestimate them, they have everything that a good comic needs: funny situations, unexpected twists, wholesome things, and most importantly, a neat and tight story expressed in just a few strips.

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20 Adorable Wawawiwa Comics That Will Help Lift Your Spirits

All of us feel a little bit down every now and again. However, there’s nothing a nice hot cup of tea and some comics by artist Andrés J. Colmenares couldn’t fix.

Ever since 2009, the artist has been creating adorable Wawawiwa comics featuring all sorts of cute characters, and they’re guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Andrés’ comics have already amassed him a following of nearly 1.5 million people, and you’ll quickly see why once you see his works – check it out in the gallery below!

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Our 30 Positive And Relatable Animal Comics To Make You Smile

My name is Arisa Veeravitayases. I started creating Koffee Kat Story comics with my friend Thawatchai Chunhachai during the pandemic in 2019 as we were spending so much time at home with my dog. Our comics are about everyday struggles and little funny moments that people of all ages can relate to. Koffee Kat, our main character, is like a very innocent kid who has the best intentions but can sometimes be too optimistic. Like many of us, she believes in hard work but has too many interests. Mabbit is her pet animal just like my dog Roxy, she knows she’s cute and she’s not afraid to use it for her own gain.

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Here Are 30 More Relatable Comics About Life With Animals

I am back to share 29 more little fun moments of the lives of my cat Moe and dog Toki. Click here to see the previous post.

By day, I am a tattoo artist, but I have found myself with a bit more time on my hands due to the lockdowns. Being able to spend this time with the pets helps stave off the existential gloom and makes some fun moments that bring some simple positivity that I thought I would start to share.

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I Draw Comics To Show How Plastic Waste Affects Marine Life (30 Pics)

Hi, I’m Rob.

I make comics about nature and why it’s worth saving.

You might think that’s a sober theme, but in order to drive these ideas home, I use humor as my vehicle.

Here’s a 5-year retrospective about all the junk that’s in our oceans. If this doesn’t inspire you to cut down on single-use plastics, I’m not sure what will!

Living in Seattle and often taking in the splendor of Washington State’s natural beauty and wildlife, I’ve dedicated my time to creating artwork that engages people about biodiversity, kindness to all living things and why that’s important. Since it’s so hard for me to take anything seriously, the gel that I use to hold all these subjects together is humor. No matter how grim an idea I might convey, I always add a dash of gallows humor to make the sadness a bit more palatable.

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30 Everyday Psychology Comics By Slimy Oddity Interview With Artist

Comics are not only about messages that almighty superheroes saving the day and Hello Kitty convey through the images. Self-discovery, empathy, kindness, and coping with anxiety are just a few topics to mention reflected in the comics of Slimy Oddity. Their light-hearted and colorful illustrations explain Carl Jung’s terms such as ‘shadow’ and ‘what you resist persist’ and how to work with them, how to practice self-love, compassion, and inner peace. The world of drawing is just as unlimited as the boundaries of imagination and so is the philosophy within it.

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I Illustrate My Life With Two Rescue Dogs, And Here Are My Best 19 Comics

I wanted to start a comic in 2020 that would help to make people smile. After chewing over ideas, I settled on a comic about my two rescue dogs. After a few more months of chewing over designs and ideas, I finally got started in December after being quarantined for covid. It took a bit longer for me to get my footing, but I think I finally got myself situated.

Each comic is drawn on paper, inked, then imported into Photoshop for cleanup and coloring. All of the events are inspired by the pups, with me recently starting to add photos at the end of the comics to show their antics.

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20 Funny Comics For Dark Humor Lovers By French Artist Rémi Lascault (New Pics)

Rémi Lascault is a French artist with a twisted sense of humor who has been creating dark comics with unexpected endings since 2017. During the years, the man amassed a following of over 60k people from all over the world, and if you’re a fan of dark humor, I’m sure you’ll join the ranks.

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I’m A Single Woman, And You Might Relate To My 29 Funny Comics

When the pandemic hit, I suddenly had a lot of free time on the weekends that I normally would have used to go on dates and visit friends and family. It was a pretty bleak time, especially as a single woman living and working alone. I was completely isolated. For some reason, I felt compelled to find some humor in the situation by drawing comics in an attempt to fight the despair of quarantining alone (a bunch of my early, very rough comics on my Instagram account, @zenacomics, are about this theme specifically). I just wanted to make myself laugh, which I’ve found to be a helpful mental health tool (it’s hard to feel too down when you’re distracted laughing about something). Then I started sharing these comics with friends and family in hopes they might also get a laugh too. They were incredibly supportive and encouraged me to share my work with more people. So I started doing Zena Comics as a more regular series.

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30 Hilarious Single-Panel Comics By Nate Fakes

When drawing comics, you can spend hours creating numerous panels and elaborate stories – but sometimes one panel is more than enough. And comic artist Nate Fakes’ works are the perfect example. The man creates hilarious single-panel comics, and they’re absolutely impossible not to laugh at.

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