Home Comics Page 4

Comics

If you ever wondered what the laundry basket feels like whenever you leave your clothes everywhere but inside it, or why the paper end of your teabag always ends up inside your mug, or how your old laptop reacts when you google “new laptop,” "LOLNEIN" comics have the answer. These hilarious web comics portray the thought processes of mostly objects, although the artist...
Cassey Ho is an award-winning fitness instructor who created Blogilates- the no. 1 female fitness channel on YouTube with more than 500 million views and 4.5 million subscribers. She’s a certified group fitness instructor and Pilates mat and Reformer teacher who has been inspiring people to have a physically active lifestyle for a decade now.
We’ve all had that moment when you look into your pet animal’s eyes and you can’t help but wonder what he might be thinking about at that particular moment. Well 30-year-old artist Jimmy Craig loves animals so much that he has dedicated himself to unlocking the secrets of animal communication to humanity. He has created a hilarious...
With a passion for creative thinking, illustrator and graphic designer Tang Yau Hoong makes art that is surreal, conceptual, and fun. He works in a simplistic manner, creating artworks that can easily be understood by viewers. Even in the absence of dialogues, his daily comics are playful, bizarre, and exciting. His previous works include illustrating the meaning of...
Zach is the mind behind “Extra Fabulous Comics,” one of the funniest webcomics on the internet. His quirky, sometimes dark, sense of humor, has the tendency to flip stereotypes, idioms, and conventions upside-down, for wonderfully constructed plot twists in the final panels of the comic, that keep them fresh and funny. Sometimes employing meta approaches, and other...
Cartoonist, writer, and illustrator, Gemma Correll, is known for her whimsical pug cartoons, that are printed on almost anything, from t-shirts, and tea towels to greeting cards and books. "I love the personalities of animals," she told Creative Boom. "They are so varied. Pugs, in particular, are such characters; they are very silly and...
How do you explain something as complicated as social justice? Well, trough Drawings of dogs of course! This ultra cool Instagram page presents moments from everyday life while the main characters are mostly dogs. Even though they often depict sensitive content, the drawings make it much easier to connect to the messages they're...
If you love comics and illustrations, you’ll love this Instagram account. Bangladeshi twin cartoonists, Manik and Ratan created Drogo, their fictional mascot. Drogo has the appearance of what one can refer to as a Godzilla puppy.   A few years ago, these twin cartoonists conceived the idea of developing a pet character....
Tu and Ted is a comic without any dialogue that have unexpected endings. It’s about the daily life story of two friends who meet a different person every day. Creators Chow Hon Lam and Roey Li believed that a great comic doesn’t have to have a dialogue. They created Tu and Ted to tell...
When should you teach your children about feminism? According to Loryn Brantz the answer is simple: when they're born. Her viral comic strip "Feminist Baby," turns complicated social issues into funny puns. Her comic, turned into a colorful book, is aimed at young kids and their parents. "Feminist Baby is very much for babies," she...

Popular

Just 4 U