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Star Wars Meets Calvin & Hobbes In These Adorable Mashup Comics

Illustrator Brian Kesinger may have made a name for himself with his illustration work at Walt Disney Studios, but it's his work outside of the movie business that really gets fans going. His steampunk art has been his most successful, featuring whimsical cephalopods and frilly fashions - but our favorite series of his combines the Star Wars universe with Calvin and Hobbes. 

Cute and funny comics mashup combining Star Wars with Calbin and Hobbes, Brian Kesinger.
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24 Super-Relatable & Quirky Comics From Hannah Hillam

Illustrator and cartoonist Hannah Hillam is remarkably good at 3 of our favorite things: making insanely relatable comics, drawing cats, and bringing life to inanimate objects like this funky poop. We're sure she's good at other things (like being a mom) but we are particularly interested in sharing these amazing comics. For more self deprecating and animal-filled goodness, check out her Instagram.

Funny quirky and relatable comics from Hannah Hillam, cats, poop, school, love, family.
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This Dark Web Comic Is Reddit's New Favorite Dank Meme

We've always been huge fans of Mr. Lovenstein's darkly funny comics, but his latest offering has taken things to another level. The original comic features a man with a red dot on his head - turns out he'd hired a sniper to shoot him should he commit any embarrassing acts. He trips on the stairs, and bids his friend adieu. 

We're all very familiar with shame and embarrassment, so this comic has proven to be extremely exploitable. Redditors are using it to describe other commonly embarrassing moments like being left hanging when trying to high five, or just being Amy Schumer.

Funny dank memes, mr lovenstein, exploitable comic, embarrassing situations.
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30+ Colorful Comics All Bookworms Will Relate To

The fine folks at The Wild Detectives (a Dallas bookstore, bar and venue) have brilliantly depicted life as a book nerd in Reading Quirks, their colorful comic illustrated by Laura Pacheco. It's nice to be reminded that not everyone has gone digital. 

Web comics about book nerds, reading, bookworms.
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