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'Good Parents Die Hard,' Today's Comic by Alex Krokus

Check out these funny comics about people trying to be good parents and a man's rise to fame after his game-changing theory about 'Die Hard.'
Alex Krokus
a day ago
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'Flowers Are Not Salad,' Today's Comic by Benji Nate

Olive attempts to teach her human-like cat the difference between plants you eat and plants you don't.
Benji Nate
2 days ago
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'Happiness Is Hard to Find,' Today's Comic by Rob Corradetti

A wolf talks about what his world is like when he's sad.
Rob Corradetti
3 days ago
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'I'm Meant to Be a Pet,' Today's Comic by Margot Ferrick

A woman vows to become the perfect pet in this sad comic by Margot Ferrick.
Margot Ferrick
4 days ago
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'Obsessed with the Mueller Investigation,' Today's Comic by Lane Milburn

Lane does a deep dive into his feeling around the Mueller investigation.
Lane Milburn
12.10.18
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'Going to Heaven,' Today's Comic by Alex Graham

After dying and going to the afterlife, a man has a hard time making a heavenly wish.
Alex Graham
12.7.18
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'Steps to Sustainability in the Arts,' Today's Comic by Scott Travis

Scott lists all the ways people in the arts can help maintain their craft.
Scott Travis
12.6.18
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'S.A.D. Lamp,' Today's Comic by Tara Booth

Tara figures out a way to power through seasonal affective disorder.
Tara Booth
12.5.18
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'Millennial's Guide to Nuclear Winter,' Today's Comic by Brian Blomerth

Using ASMR, Yorna gives us some handy tips on how to survive a nuclear winter.
Brian Blomerth
12.4.18
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'Catboy Waits for the Mail,' Today's Comic by Benji Nate

As Henry waits by the door for his mail, Olive wonders what his package could possibly contain.
Benji Nate
12.3.18
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'Garbagino,' Today's Comic by John McNamee

A rat and some of its friends make a kid out of garbage to help out an adorable old couple.
John McNamee
11.30.18
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'Horoscope,' Today's Comic by Tara Booth

Tara checks the stars to see if her ex's future is brighter than her own.
Tara Booth
11.29.18
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