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35 Incredibly Clever Comics By Tango Gao (New Pics)

Simple. Elegant. Witty. Intelligent. No, we’re not talking about your favorite stand-up comedian, dear Pandas—these words perfectly describe the thought-provoking, minimalistic, and brilliant black and white comics drawn by Chinese artist Tango Gao. (Though, he does add a dash of color here and there—see if you can spot them!)

The artist has been illustrating his comics since 2010 after taking up the challenge of drawing one comic a day and posting them on the Weibo social media website. After that, Tango became known all over the globe for his quirky cartoons that poke fun at how odd modern life really is. He has been drawing every day since then and we’re very jealous of how disciplined and focused he is!

We’ve collected a list of Tango’s newest and best comics for you to browse, so have fun, enjoy, and upvote your fave light-hearted and hilarious cartoons as you’re scrolling down. When you’re done, you can find Bored Panda’s previous lists of Tango’s comics here: Part 1Part 2Part 3, and Part 4.

More info: TangoGao.com | Instagram | Facebook | Book

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OMG, perfect10ReplyView more comments#2 

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I always thought rain was God pissing on me12ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#3 

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I guess he just needed an excuse to slap him.13ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

Tango is also known as Shanghai Tango and Tango Sleepless. However, his real name is Gao Youjun. He now has over 229k Instagram followers, up from 108k the last time we wrote about him a year and a half ago.

The artist graduated from the Mathematics Department of Shanghai Jiao Tong University but he realized that he’d much rather be an artist than a scientist. So he went for it and finished his Master’s degree at the Academy of Arts & Design.

After that, he entered the advertising industry at the end of the 1990s. Eventually, after his friend’s dare, he ended up drawing comics that resonated with people all over the globe. He also published a book called Backside of the Moon which collects some of his greatest illustrations. No. 3 Magazine said that the book was capable of making “stressed-out salaried folk see the primitive beauty of our existence.”#4 

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neonn_pieee12 hours ago

I like this one.. I think it’s so cute!5ReplyView more comments#6 

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That’s actually a good design for a clock.25ReplyView more comments

Tango is an opponent of censorship in China and uses his art to explore serious topics, too, like how obsessed our society is with social media and technology, as well as what the state of US and Chinese politics is like. Tango has held art exhibitions around the world, including in the US, as well as Europe.

Jiayun Feng writes on SupChina how they met the artist and spoke to him about his work. According to Tango, his cartoons aren’t as effortless as they might seem at first glance. Each comic takes him only an hour to draw but the amount of brainstorming and polishing that goes into the process beforehand is immense.#7 

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Harold Summer3 hours ago

This comic should be in the New Yorker magazine6ReplyView more comments#8 

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Raine Soo12 hours ago

Ah, another clock with interesting hands, or legs, in this case.18ReplyView more comments

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Sigh, I would gladly go through security to be able to go anywhere10ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

“Behind every post is a couple of failed attempts,” Tango explained that a lot of ideas get thrown out the window during the process. “It’s not like I wake up every morning to a fantastic idea.”

Tango also doesn’t like being labeled as an artist because he doesn’t feel like he’s reached that level yet: “True artists are self-absorbed. They don’t have to think about whether the general public can understand their works or not, as long as there is a fraction of people who appreciate them.”#10 

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Rainbow Panda8 hours ago

The lamp could be a skirt 👗 💡9ReplyView more comments#11 

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maia martin2 hours ago

i scanned the qr code and it looks like a link to a website with the artists comics and merch!4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#12 

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Great makeup skills piggo6ReplyView more comments#13 

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Raine Soo12 hours ago

This one is hilarious!7ReplyView more comments#14 

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Erna Potijk11 hours ago

Somehow I’m hearing the mission impossible tune here…31ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#15 

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Troux1 hour ago

This looks like a pyramid scheme!6ReplyView more comments#16 

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Such a solemn bunch!7ReplyView more comments#17 

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Trust a cat to make it all about him/herself.11ReplyView more comments#18 

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“That’s me in the corner…”4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#19 

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Happy birthday 🎈 🎂 🎁 🍰4ReplyView more comments#20 

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What I feel like when my relatives hug me!6ReplyView more comments#21 

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So that’s why it’s fizzy!10ReplyView more comments#22 

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Koala?10ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#23 

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Our inner person verses our public face.6ReplyView more comments#24 

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Easy rider.5ReplyView more comments#25 

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At least his neck won’t hurt4ReplyView more comments#26 

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Raine Soo12 hours ago

Oh, this one is dark.8ReplyView more comments#27 

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Mari11 hours ago

Don’t try to convince me to talk to my pencil. XD5ReplyView more comments#28 

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Creative3Reply#29 

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Huh, two can play this game.6ReplyView more comments#30 

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I’ll never look at toothpaste the same way again.14ReplyView more comments#31 

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Dream big, dream big…10ReplyView more comments#32 

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I would think that Colonel Sanders would be a chicken’s public enemy number one. Is it trying to butter up the old guy to avoid ending up in the fryer?7ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#33 

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I thought he was gonna smash the toilet 🚽5ReplyView more comments#34 

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Jonas is a Bored Panda writer who previously worked as a world news journalist elsewhere. After getting his bachelor’s degree in Politics and International Relations at the University of Manchester, he returned home and graduated from Vilnius University with a master’s degree in Comparative Politics. Jonas enjoys writing articles ranging from serious topics like politics and social issues to more lighthearted things like art, pop culture, and nature. In his spare time, Jonas writes books and short stories and likes to draw lighthearted illustrations… Read more »

Artist Shares Before And After Images To Show How Photoshop Helps Him Create Surreal Photos

Meet Kevin Carden – a photographer and digital artist who has the capacity to turn ordinary-looking living rooms into surreal and enchanting scenes with the power of Photoshop. Having started working with the photo editing software a decade ago, and while it is obvious that Kevin has the skills to transform photographs into magical paintings, he is now eager to share his knowledge with the world.

“I honestly want to encourage all the artists out there to keep being creative and keep trying to learn from others and learn from your own mistakes. It takes a lot of hard work, but it’s very rewarding in the end when you can share your passions and creativity with the rest of the world,” Kevin told Bored Panda.

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Kevin Carden doesn’t shy away from sharing his creative process with the world

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Kevin Carden is a digital artist and photographer who doesn’t shy away from sharing his creative process. On his Instagram where he has over 319,000 followers now, Kevin offers people the chance to take a sneak peek at the creative process that he goes through before sharing the final version of the photo.

“I honestly want to encourage all the artists out there to keep being creative and keep trying to learn from others”

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He started learning to work with Photoshop a decade ago

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Kevin started playing around with Photoshop back in 2010, “a few years after I had graduated college.” At first, Kevin tells Bored Panda, he was just editing nature pictures that he had taken before fully realizing how “much more creative you can be with this software.” The photographer began blending multiple photographs together to create “really unique pieces of art” and hasn’t stopped for over a decade now.

And continues perfecting his techniques

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While he’s not immune to creative block

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“Coming up with creative ideas is usually the hardest part of my process,” the artist told Bored Panda. “I get inspiration from my faith and from themes in the Bible which are so much fun to illustrate. I also get inspiration from my wife and children as well, and oftentimes I am just illustrating everyday life as a father.”

He finds himself drawing inspiration from various things

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“Sometimes, I just get ideas out of the blue with no real explanation and those projects tend to be the most popular for some reason!”

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“I do have a more defined process that I use sometimes though, especially if I find myself in a block. I might try to look for unique relationships between two opposite themes or use other creative brainstorming techniques. And then sometimes I just get ideas out of the blue, with no real explanation, and those projects tend to be the most popular for some reason!” Kevin told us.

Kevin is also inspired by his family and his faith

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The artist says that his kids are enjoying the creative process

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When asked about what his family thinks of his craft, Kevin told Bored Panda: “It’s definitely a team effort! My wife and two kids are my favorite models of all time. And if I am featured in the picture, then my wife will usually be the one taking the pictures. Since our kids are young, they certainly don’t think these creative art pieces are anything odd. It’s just every day normal life for them. So I tell my daughter that I want to create a picture of her eating ice cream on the planet Venus, she gets excited because she gets to do something fun with her daddy, see a cool picture of herself, and even get a sweet treat in the end. Also, almost all of the photoshoots are in our home, often in the playroom or in our backyard. So the kids feel like they are in their natural setting and they can be themselves.”

The majority of the photoshoots are done at home

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So that the kids would feel more comfortable in their usual surroundings

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Kevin Carden also likes exploring religious themes through his art. “My faith is very important to me,” the artist says. “And, therefore, my artwork is going to convey these themes as well. The Bible is full of so many miracles and supernatural stories which cannot be easily portrayed using only photography.”

“My wife and two kids are my favorite models of all time”

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And by using technology, Kevin is able to transfer them into the world of magic

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“With the technology of editing software, I can bring those Biblical themes to life in creative and powerful ways. I am burdened by a large amount of cheesy and low-quality religious artwork out there. I am just blessed that God has given me this talent and I want to use it to create high quality and thought-provoking pieces of art.”

“God has given me this talent and I want to use it to create high quality and thought-provoking pieces of art”

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Most importantly, he wants to share his talent with others

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All in all, Kevin says that he couldn’t possibly be happier when it comes to his job. “There is nothing more amazing to me than being a digital artist,” he told Bored Panda. “I love being able to work from home, spend more quality time with my family, and spend my “working hours” doing something I really enjoy. There are some days that are better than others though. And nothing is more frustrating than when a project that you are working hard on does not come together.”

“It’s very rewarding in the end when you can share your passions and creativity with the rest of the world”

“I honestly want to encourage all the artists out there to keep being creative and keep trying to learn from others and learn from your own mistakes. It takes a lot of hard work, but it’s very rewarding in the end when you can share your passions and creativity with the rest of the world.”

To see more of Kevin Carden’s mesmerizing work and the tutorials for it, make sure to follow him on Instagram.

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30 Thought-Provoking Digital Illustrations That Expose The Flaws Of Our Modern Society

Art has recently grown into a relatively strong medium to convey critique. Whether it’s of the way we live our lives, the way “things are done” in our society, or the way we abuse the planet (or abuse each other).

In a world where a single picture can tell a thousand words—how information is much more consumed via imagery rather than language—art turns out to be an effective way to understand the scope of an issue and to call for change.

This is the trajectory that artist and illustrator Davide Bonazzi has also chosen. He creates witty illustrations that critique today’s world and society. Bored Panda has also got in touch with Bonazzi to elaborate on his work. There is more artwork to be seen in a previous Bored Panda article here as well as on Bonazzi’s Website.

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Billy Murray 1 week ago (edited)This is men getting taking the escalator to success and women having to climb their way to the same position.

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Although his education was mostly based on literature and liberal-arts, Davide has always had a huge interest in visual arts as well. “After university, I spent a year at the European Institute of Design in Milan, then two more years at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna,” he told Bored Panda. “I’ve come to know what illustration is exactly through practice. I’ve had a few great teachers who really inspired me.”

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Water Bottle 1 week agoWish it wasn’t so true..

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The artist describes his illustrations as “straightforward, conceptual, surreal and sometimes ironic.” Davide said he likes using visual metaphors to create “twists” in his works. This helps him turn an apparently plain scene into something unexpected and more meaningful. Even if it’s just a small detail.

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“I’ve always been an optimistic person, though the more I learn about the world we live in, the more I feel worried about our future,” Davide added. “Especially, the ecological crisis. It seems we’re at the start of a global challenge with an uncertain outcome, and we all have to do our part. In the past decades, people had been taught to be selfish, to consume. I think it’s crucial to eradicate this trend.”

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Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch 1 week agoThis is a problem I have trouble being sympathetic with. You don’t need to spend big $$$ to have a wedding like some girl on TV to have a good marriage.

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Avital Pilpel 1 week agoFor this reason I named my WiFi “FBI surveilance Van #634″…

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TheReader19 6 days agoKnowledge shines a little in the darkness of ignorance

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Catlady6000 1 week agoA single parent can be very successful raising their children. My daughter turned out awesome. But, I really felt the absence of a partner. Someone who would have my back and back me up. It really is easier when there a two people raising a child. Thankfully, my ex-in-laws were wonderful

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Petra Christovová 1 week agooverwhelming information chaos

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SnowWolf 1 week agoMaking peace with nuclear bombs? I don’t think so.

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Water Bottle 1 week agoThis is true. Sad but true

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Water Bottle 1 week ago (edited)Unrelated to the picture but lots of people are under the impression that anyone that lives in the Middle East is a terrorist.

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Kaisu 4 days agoThe destruction of the land and the people in many countries began the moment the colonists set their foot on it

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Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch 1 week agoWe are fanatically devoted to our phones / internet

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Niffler_13 1 week agoWhen you’re the one scientist that doesn’t recommend the product

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Felicia Dale 6 days agoHash tags making ignored things visible across the net and empowering people to help each other through knowledge of the problems.

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PandaPiñata 6 days agoThat´s reality TV for you. Everything is staged and analyzed by psychologists to provoke the drama wanted by the producer.

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Monica Patterson 6 days agoI will say it was the easiest and fastest way to let people know about my father’s passing.

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Amr Mohamed 6 days agoI think it’s unsustainable growth. The employees in the company are doing their best to prop that growth up, but eventually it’s going to grow too big to sustain and swallow them in.

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Catlady6000 1 week agoAre the rungs being inserted or, as for a lot of us theses days, being removed

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Lukas Gilmore 6 days ago (edited)Smart phones are distracting this generation from seeing the world around them, unlike previous generations

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Aria 6 days agoLets all pitch in and get this duck home!

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Tifferooski 6 days agoHow I feel every time Trump tweets.

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Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch 1 week agoI can relate to this one. A calendar that’s too full of meetings and appointments.

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Sigmund Fidyke 4 days agoWeather loading…

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35 Thought-Provoking Illustrations That Show What’s Wrong With Our Society

Daniel Garcia is a professional designer and illustrator with over 10 years of experience. His thought-provoking illustrations deal with a variety of topics, including politics and social issues and serve as a perfect example of everything that’s wrong with today’s society. ““How are our relationships changing because of technology?”, “We want to save the world, but how dependent are we on other people’s slave work?”, “What are the ideas that free and restrain us?”, are just some of the important issues I want to address,” says the artist.

Check out Daniel’s illustrations in the gallery below!

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#1 Pro Life

#2 Your Own Personal Slaves

#3 Clean The Planet

#4 Gender Gap

#5 Poverty

#6 Overwork

#7 Walking Together

#8 Health Is A Business

#9 Amazon Is Burning

#10 Relationships

#11 A Successful Man

#12 Crushing Creativity

#13 War & Business

#14 Clean The Planet

#15 I Own The Water

#16 Plastic Islands

#17 Facebook Spies

#18 Politicians

#19 You You You

#20 Freedom

#21 Fake News

#22 Immigrants

#23 Trump’s Wall

#24 Divorce

#25 Ego

#26 The Virus

#27 Online Privacy

#28 Depression

#29 Opinion Polls

#30 Out Of Job

#31 Artificial Intelligence President

#32 Fashion

#33 Facebook Death

#34 We Rule The World

#35 Media And Facts

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The Sad Truth Of Modern Life Illustrated By Artist Marco Melgrati (30 Pics)

It seems that these days there’s so much happening around us, it’s easy to lose track of what’s really important. And with constant media cover-ups and distractions, it becomes even harder. Lucky for us, there are still artists out there who dedicate their work to reminding us of the social issues we often forget.

Marco Melgrati is a Medellin, Colombia-based artist who creates thought-provoking illustrations that perfectly capture the sad truth of modern life. In his works, the artist deals with many topics that are more relevant today than ever before, including global warming, obsession with social media, and economic inequality. See Marco’s illustrations in the gallery below and if you enjoy them, we’re pretty sure you’ll love Daniel Garcia’s illustrations too – check them out here!

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#1 Hang On

#2 Power, Justice, Propaganda

#3 Keep Your Cool, No Matter What

#4 “Current Account: A Voluntary Offer To Maintain Your Bank.” Ambroise Bierce, The Devils Dictionary

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#5 One Love

#6 Femme Fatale

#7 The Cave

#8 It’s A Tough World Out There!

#9 Victorias Secret Angels Beauty Stereotype

#10 Too Smart?

#11 No Limit

#12 A Surreal Morning

#13 Evolution

#14 Halloween

#15 “Political Correctness Is Fascism Pretending To Be Manners” – George Carlin

#16 Dinner At Your Place

#17 The Importance Of Cognitive Emotions And Social Skills In Kids’ Development

#18 Verified Some Things Never Change

#19 Sexual Harassment By A Ceo On Female Employees, Taking Advantage Of His Powerful Position

#20 On Top And Bottom

#21 The Aliens

#22 Passion

#23 The Rise Of The Huge Teenager And Students Movement For Gun Control And Against NRA

#24 Modern Times

#25 Thaiger

#26 Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?

#27 Porno Addiction Can Cause A Lack Of Sexual Desire In Real Life

#28 Night Surfer

#29 The Lesson Of Anatomy

#30 Where The Elephants Roam

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