Laugh your hearts out

Comics, are one of a thousand ways that could entertain us especially on those boring and lame afternoons, and the the web is one rich source too.
Way back while I was looking for comics that could make me LOL,  I came across a list of pretty well establised comics.

I might as well share this list with you guys, they are worth checking out.

XKCD - XKCD is one of the most well-known web comics on the Internet. The web comic’s artist, Randall Munroe, describes it as a webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.
One thing that’s easy to miss is that the last line of each comic is hidden in the picture’s caption. To see it, just hold your mouse over the picture and wait a second or two.

Garfield Minus Garfield - A unique adaptation of the long-running Garfield comic strip. The web comic’s creator describes the comic below:
“Who would have guessed that when you remove Garfield from the Garfield comic strips, the result is an even better comic about schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and the empty desperation of modern life? Friends, meet Jon Arbuckle. Let’s laugh and learn with him on a journey deep into the tortured mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness in a quiet American suburb.”
This popular web comic even has the blessing of Jim Davis, Garfield’s creator.

The Perry Bible Fellowship - The Perry Bible Fellowship is a web comic created by Nicholas Gurewitch. Don’t let the name of the site fool you: The Perry Bible Fellowship is not focused on religion. Instead, the artist aims his unique sense of humor at a wide range of topics. As an added bonus, each comic is beautifully illustrated and full of color.

Married To The Sea - Married To The Sea combines old-timey drawings with modern wit. It is drawn by the husband and wife team of Drew and Natalie Dee.
They each have their own comics as well. Toothpaste For Dinner is Drew’s comic and you can find Natalie’s drawings at Natalie Dee.

F Minus - F Minus is a comic that started on the web and has since become syndicated in newspapers across the country. Artist Tony Carrillo’s style is often compared to Gary Larsen’s “The Far Side”.

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