May 24, 2014

doctordodge:

incidentalcomics:

Conflict in Literature

This is so perfect.

May 9, 2014

memeengine:

Scott McCloud’s incomparable “Understanding Comics”.

I swear you can open this book to any page and it’s amazing.

(ps it’s actually a digital image of a printed copy of a drawing of a painting of a pipe)

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January 4, 2014

tastefullyoffensive:

[jimbenton]

October 14, 2013

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September 14, 2013

camerapits:

Source: SMBC by Zach Weiner. [Link]

Zach Weinersmith really knows how to write inspiring comics.

He really helps to showcase the wonders of the wor-

God damnit Weinersmith.

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originally posted by camerapits|   via camerapits
August 16, 2013

shinga-tumblr:

I remember when people first realized how much funnier these comics were just without Garfield’s dialog, which Jon was never able to hear anyway. Garfield only ever communicated to us readers in thought balloons, after all. What we’re seeing here is Jon’s canonical reality.

I’m torn between laughing at these and being deeply worried for Jon lol

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originally posted by iraffiruse|   via ladyshinga
July 20, 2013

incidentalcomics:

Sculptor vs. Painter

Read the full comic here, and check out the rest of my series "Who Needs Art?"

July 18, 2013

Prometheus

'I'm here to return what Prometheus stole.' would be a good thing to say if you were a fighter pilot in a Michael Bay movie where for some reason the world's militaries had to team up to defeat every god from human mythology, and you'd just broken through the perimeter and gotten a missile lock on Mount Olympus.

thisistheverge:

xkcd: Enlightenment

2013-07-18, 3:04   |   137 notes
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July 13, 2013

incidentalcomics:

The Story Coaster

Drawing for the 7/14 Sunday NY Times Book Review - thanks to editor Pamela Paul! 

July 6, 2013

incidentalcomics:

Reading Is Dangerous

Illustration for the essay "Clunkers" by James McWilliams in the Sunday NY Times Book Review. Thanks to ADs Rex Bonomelli and Nicholas Blechman!

June 26, 2013

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originally posted by qichi|   via audible-smiles
April 19, 2013

selectsubtract:

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - 2013/04/11