xkcd, "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math and language."
We've had a bunch of requests lately for more webcomics, so here they are...
Note. does anyone know what xkcd stands for?
Thursday, November 25, 2010
PBF's website has been inactive for almost 2 years now... and WA has had its finger on the refresh button ever since. It's back. Or at least temporarily. And to celebrate here are a few of WA 's personal favorites...
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
It has been awhile since we have posted a webcomic, so we thought a good place to pick up again is SMBC. Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal is a bit hit-and-miss, but they've been posting every day since 2002 so you can't really blame them. I find many of the comics also extremely relevant to my everyday life, for better or for worse...
Enjoy a Saturday morning at http://www.smbc-comics.com/
Monday, November 22, 2010
You probably wouldn't know Quenton Miller unless you lived in a cave your whole life, with Quenton Miller. His best online artwork is harder to find than episode 6, season 4 of The Wire and his crappy napkin drawings look like they were drawn by a B.Sc. grad, but they get the joke across effectively.
Ed Note: If someone knows the whereabouts of his drawing titled "Skier" please send it to us.
Get more rod and cone candy at http://www.quentonmiller.com/
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Image + Text = Smile. John Lurie, yes, the actor, writer, musician John Lurie, has found a secret formula. This last painting doesn't seem all that great... but add the text "Some Animals Noah Only Had One Of, The Ones That Came By Two Put On A Musical, Which Like Most Musicals Was Bad " and holy shit, he's made funny. During an interview, Mr Lurie even attributed his new painting hobby to 'life saving'.
Check out some of his art at http://www.johnlurieart.com/art/
or download his infamous hoax album The Legendary Marvin Pontiac - Greatest Hits
Friday, November 12, 2010
Monday, November 8, 2010
Show and Tell could have stopped at the 6th frame and still had been hilarious, but the last two frames displaying the father/son love and appreciation is what makes this comic so distinct. Thanks again, Edgar R. McHerly