Anxiety Explained [Comic]

[Source: Sophie Wright | Via GG]

A Day is Like a Burger or a Sandwich [Comic]

So yeah, that’s totally me each time a new Netflix show comes out. Oh, and I also need to start watching Westworld. You guys seem to like this series quite a lot! :) [Source: Owl Turd Comic | Like “Owl Turd Comic” on Facebook | Follow “Owl Turd Comic” on Twitter]


Ottawa, Canada-based comic artist Spencer Moreland from A COMIK takes a look at the rather frustrating trend that film studios have these days of revealing just too much in the various teasers, trailers, and tv spots that we see on the Internet months before the actual release of a movie. The best thing would be […]

Feeling Sad [Comic]

Cats and dogs in a nutshell. [Source: Things in Squares Comics | Like “Things in Squares” on Facebook]

Google Home and Amazon Echo in a Nutshell [Comic]

[Source: Poorly Drawn Lines | Like Poorly Drawn Lines on Facebook | Follow Poorly Drawn Lines on Twitter]

Customer Service [Comic]

Yep, that pretty much sums it up. [Source: Underfold Comics | Like “Underfold Comics” on Facebook | Follow “Underfold Comics” on Twitter]

Winter is Coming [Comic]

BRING ALL THE STUFFIES! [Source: Lunar Baboon Comics | Like Lunar Baboon Comics on Facebook | Follow Lunar Baboon Comics on Twitter]

How To Use a Selfie Stick Without Bothering Others [Comic]

A photo posted by theoatmeal (@theoatmeal) on Nov 30, 2016 at 1:16pm PST In this comic from The Oatmeal, artist Matthew Inman portrays the appropriate way to use a selfie stick without bothering others. [Source: The Oatmeal]

Movies that Would Have Turned Out Better With Smartphones [Comics]

Internet provider Plusnet visualized (into comic form) how adding a smartphone to the plot of various movies would have made the endings of said movies a whole lot happier. Check them all out below: Lord of the Rings: Psycho: Castaway: The Shining: Fight Club: The Ring: Jingle All the Way: [Source:]

Uh Oh [Comic]

[source: Max is Drawing]

The Cannon of Literature [Comic]

Yeah, we know it’s “Canon” but to understsand this comic, you have to think outside the box. Comic by Grant Snider of Incidental Comics. Posters of this and many other fine literary comics are available at my shop. They make perfect gifts for teachers, librarians, and your book-obsessed friends and family. [Source: Grant Snider – […]