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Adam Koford just posted the 1600th cartoon in his Laughing Out Loud Cats series, and it is mind-blowing. A perfect story to celebrate one of the best strips currently available on the web. And now on to 2K !
I am simply in love with Grant Snider’s Incidental Comics. He’s discovered the secret of cramming a lifetime of truth in one simple comic page. They are so awesome, it’s frightening. Please, publishers, offer this guy a deal.
I’m not that much of a Halloween fan myself, but the short comic His Face All Red by illustrator and cartoonist Emily Carroll has everything you need. I particularly like the way Carroll uses a canvas that can hardly be … Continue reading
Amongst the flurry of Harvey Pekar obits, anecdotes and tributes, the Daily Cross Hatch presents the definite I Remember Pekar cartoon. With art by Pekar Project artist Joseph Remnant and words by DCH editor Brian Heater, this nails the occasion, … Continue reading
There’s not a lot to be said as yet about The Lore Of the Things, the new online comic by the Etherington Bros, but with only 7 days to go to the big kick-off, things are heating up ! (via … Continue reading
Much along the same lines as Garfield Minus Garfield, Jeff Ocean has posted a series of Calvin & Hobbes strips in which he removed the Hobbes character, or replaced it with its stuffed toy animal counterpart. While the result of … Continue reading