“I think the kind of people who enjoy my comics are the ones who like to take a look inside of them and the origin of their feelings,” Maria told Bored Panda. “Introspective and sensitive people, people who are in love.” Now living in Santiago, Chile, she feels a deep sadness about the way things
So here’s James of No Trades, making my way through life one bad joke at a time. Hopefully I can bring a smile to you as well! reply reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More
“My inspiration is my every day life with my wife,” Yehuda told Bored Panda. “Our comic series “One of those days” is based on real life moments that happened to us and was about creating a fun memories by illustration.” Maya is an artist herself, and collaborates with her husband to make the “One of those days” series.
I started “tiny eyes” comics a year ago in the hope of sharing Chinese culture through everyday life, To me, learning about other cultures has always been a fun experience, and I want to pass this feeling to people who are curious about China. In lots of my comics, I compare Chinese culture to western
Mr. Lovenstein, aka J. L. Westover, draws hilarious comics with the most unexpected endings. Featuring everything from animals to funny tips to random situations – I’m sure they’ll help you get through this last work day of the week quicker. Check them out below and don’t forget to vote for your favorites! #1 Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/funny-unexpected-ending-comics-mrlovenstein/
Let’s talk about dogs and the reason why dogs are great pets. They are loyal. They are awesome friends, they will definitely keep you busy and always be there for you when you need them. Dogs are the best security system. They will also keep you healthy because of daily walks, training exercises or even
Its time to celebrate, because the long-running comic strip Beetle Bailey has joined the fight for LGBT equality in a major way. The strips publisher, King Features Syndicate, has just announced the addition of an extra panel to every existing Beetle Bailey comicgoing all the way back to the series beginning in 1950in which Beetle