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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 .

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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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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.

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Yeah, Perry Bible Fellowship slays me.

My most recent favorite is here.

Warning: Some of them are way, way off color.

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Curious: Did you already know about that one, or did you follow the link from Married? ;)

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Curious: Did you already know about that one, or did you follow the link from Married? ;)

Been a fan for a while :)

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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. :)

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I know explaining jokes or comics can be just about the most unfunny thing, but I either don't get the coin head comic or just find no humour in it. Can anyone enlighten me?

Muchos Gracias

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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."

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

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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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