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I saw this this weekend, and have been laughing ever since. Must be the funniest comic ever:

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"...the vivid crossing of borders between film and theology may save the film from the banality of cinema and festival business, and it may also save the church from the deep sleep of the habitual and the always known."

(Hans Werner Dannowski)

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Shrigley is awesome. A real genius with a long background in the evangelical church, BTW.

One piece of his that i saw recently also made me laugh out loud. It was a pink sheet of lined note paper with the words: Stop the lapdance I want to go home .

"The things we enjoy are channels through which the divine glory strikes us, and those who love and delight in any good thing may yet learn to love God." --Gilbert Meilaender

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Any Callahan fans here?

Some of his comics, when I call them to mind, can ruin a whole day by making me unable to push them back out of my mind. Problem is, they are the farthest thing from P.C., and I wouldn't feel comfortable posting them here...

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Thanks for the links JO and Alan.

At his website there is a whole page of Guardian comics.

"...the vivid crossing of borders between film and theology may save the film from the banality of cinema and festival business, and it may also save the church from the deep sleep of the habitual and the always known."

(Hans Werner Dannowski)

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Some of his comics, when I call them to mind, can ruin a whole day by making me unable to push them back out of my mind. Problem is, they are the farthest thing from P.C., and I wouldn't feel comfortable posting them here...

I feel the exact same way about Wulffmorgenthaler, which can be very crass at times (so consider yourself warned), but also oh so twisted and hilarious.

"I feel a nostalgia for an age yet to come..."
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How could I forget another of my favorites?!?!

I like the creepy undertaker-looking guy.

And ya'll like some strange stuff. :)

Subtlety is underrated
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Those of you in Boston, Houston, Seattle, Las Vegas, Toronto and Portland, Ore., among others, are in for a treat. You now can read the syndicated strip, Cul de Sac:

Read all about it. Then read "it" -- the actual strip. It's pretty great.

From the linked story:

Getting a strip syndicated is a big deal, and this one might be a bigger deal than most. The re-launch of "Cul de Sac" has drawn an unsolicited endorsement from none other than Bill Watterson, the creator of the now-retired mega-strip "Calvin and Hobbes," a man so famously reclusive that he's listed by name in the Wikipedia entry on "recluses." Watterson never comments on anything. But about "Cul de Sac" he wrote: "I have high hopes that Thompson will bring a much-needed jolt of energy to the daily newspaper. We have a real talent here."

"What matters are movies, not awards; experiences, not celebrations; the subjective power of individual critical points of view, not the declamatory compromises of consensus." - Richard Brody, "Godard's Surprise Win Is a Victory for Independent Cinema," The New Yorker

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I just recently discovered The Superest, in which various cartoonists come up with superheroes and try to one-up eachother.

"I feel a nostalgia for an age yet to come..."
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Opus point this site out June 19th. Here's the latest one: Wulffmorgenthaler

You HAVE to read the comments on this comic strip. I put site in my favs.

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"God is so great and merciful that he does not require that we name him precisely. God is even willing to be anonymous for a time. Remember how God led the Three Wise Men from the East to Christ? The Wise Men did not know the God of Israel or Jesus. They worshipped the stars. So God used a star to lure them."--The Twelve Steps for Christians

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