Up and Out is a gag strip about the world we live in, and let's face it: it's a really, really weird place. Some might view this comic as an investigatory attempt to document the bizarre, but you shouldn't listen to those people, they're weird. Sometimes surreal, always fantastic, this is a one-of-a-kind strip we're dealing with here.
Up and Out
Viivi and Wagner is a story about a girl who lives with a pig. They love each other very much. Viivi wants to have children but they can’t because they are different species. Wagner doesn’t mind.
Viivi & Wagner
Dan Wasserman of The Boston Globe is one of America's most refreshing editorial cartoonists. His visual skits - sharp, sly, humorous and memorable, choreographed in one to six frames - show no mercy.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, WaynoVision gives its readers a view of the world through the wise-guy eyes the cartoonist known as Wayno (one name only, please.) The artist uses his panel to comment on (and celebrate) the surrealism and absurdity of everyday life, in ways that are sometimes silly, sometimes smart, but always funny. You never know what sort of characters will pop up in a WaynoVision panel. Clowns, gangsters, monsters, insects, historical figures, dogs, cats, chickens, and advertising & pop-culture icons can appear on any given day. Reading WaynoVision is like wearing 3D glasses, welder's goggles, and X-Ray specs, while peeking through a damaged kaleidoscope. The world looks vaguely familiar, but unexpectedly distorted at the same time. The feature appeals to educated readers who appreciate high culture as well as lowbrow laffs. Visit the blog! Awards & Interesting Facts • In 2010, Animal Friends selected Wayno as Honorary Artist for their Black Tie & Tails gala, which raised over $400,000 for the pet adoption & resource center. • Wayno was nominated for the National Cartoonists Society Award for product advertising in 2013. • He sings and plays harmonica in The Chalk Outlines, a sharp-dressed five piece band whose music is described as "sophisticated garage R&B."
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We the Robots
Wondermark is a collage-based comic strip. By turns sarcastic, silly, weird and wondrous, each comic is a window into an alternate world in which anything can happen, but probably shouldn't. Every panel is assembled from engravings and woodcuts sourced from 19th century magazines, newspapers, catalogs, storybooks and primers, which makes Wondermark a collaboration with the dead. Wondermark is canonically set in the modern day -- it's just that everyone has really good fashion sense. Visit the website UPCOMING EVENTS: David will be at the San Diego Comic-Con, booth 1229 with TopatoCo
Dana Jeri Maier's comics provide useful advice, philosophical musings, and spot-on witticisms. She shows us ourselves, not unkindly, as silly and vain and self-involved. Her cartoons feel very interior, a mind watching the world and muttering to itself. They're what that person standing by themselves at the party, not talking to anyone, pretending to look vaguely interested in nothing in particular, has been secretly thinking the whole time. Visit the website
The Worried Well
Welcome to the first "reality comic strip"! For "Real Americans Admit: The Worst Thing I've Ever Done!" Ted Rall asked 540 Americans from all walks of life to reveal their most shameful secret. Here, in serialized form, are the results. The best thing you've ever done might be to read "The Worst Thing I've Ever Done."
The Worst Thing I've Ever Done
Cartoonist and illustrator Matt Wuerker, winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning and 2010 Herblock Prize, offers a rich visual style and keen eye on the political circus, served up with cartoons that are both funny and artful.