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11 Parenting Comics that Will Make Parenting Seem Not So Awful

Posted by on June 8th, 2017, under SNAPSHOTS

I’m a designer and sort-of illustrator, so I have a natural affinity toward web comics. There’s something more important about them for me, though, and why I love to share them with you. When you can take some friction points of parenthood and apply some humorous lube to… um, wait. Let me state that differently. […]

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12 Weird & Edgy Family Comics

Posted by on March 28th, 2017, under SNAPSHOTS

A good ol’, safe-for-kids joke has it’s place. Typically in front of kids. However, there’s a vast world of jokes that aren’t safe for kids, but don’t necessarily get super internet-gross or offensive. A funny, happy middle ground between the sweet innocence and sociopathic derangement. Let’s set down the kids-lunch juice box and enjoy a […]

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Lego Batman Pranks Toy Store

Posted by on February 9th, 2017, under VIDEOTAPE

Batman has always been one of those characters who played things close to the vest. A dark knight. A badass detective. But nothing so far has been as clever as this prank on a toy store. Will Arnett, the voice of LEGO Batman, had to call a toy store and speak words in order from […]

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Kids Talks Backwards, Blows Minds!

Posted by on February 7th, 2017, under VIDEOTAPE

I’m always looking for hints that my kids are superhuman because, you know, they’re related to me. I wonder if they have some kind of special mutation that will make itself known one day. My little X-Men. This Scottish kid has a particular skill that is pretty cool. Not sure how it would be used […]

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11 Comics & Charts That Tell Thanksgiving Like It Is

Posted by on November 22nd, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time of reflection and appreciation. No really, I’m serious. It’s sometimes reeeeeally hard to remember that when you’re arguing with a relative, listening to Christmas music in traffic, or just stone cold comatose from overeating. What Thanksgiving winds up being is often a lot more entertaining to look at […]

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11 Darker Family Comics PART 2

Posted by on November 4th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Once you’ve heard enough of Elmo’s helium laughs or Winnie the Pooh’s festive giggles, parents can develop an appetite for some humor that’s a little more mature than Thomas the Tank Engine’s eyes rolling like cooky spinning tops. Let’s enjoy some cartoon characters saying things that we wouldn’t necessarily show our kids, but we won’t […]

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Maximumble: Glasses Off

Posted by on October 14th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

  Life with kids can feel pretty blurry at times. It’s hard to see your way forward and a clear vision of the future can change rapidly. Sure, we can shut our eyes and fumble our way through the journey, but kids demand our attention. A lot. So we look outward, blazing a trail. We […]

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10 Family Comics of a Darker Sort

Posted by on August 24th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Light and sweet humor is great, but sometimes you want your humor like a lot of people want their coffee: dark, bitter and served by snarky cynics that spell your name wrong on purpose probably. Here’s a collection of web comics that touch on family or childhood themes, with an edgier spin. Nothing political, racist, […]

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The Snowman Apocalypse

Posted by on December 22nd, 2015, under SNAPSHOTS

I remember avidly reading Calvin and Hobbes through my youth. Seeing this little boy’s seasonally majestic, twisted and hilarious snow creations made me wish for something most people grow to dread where they live. Snow! It’s officially winter in L.A. And by that I basically mean I can’t comfortably wear shorts anymore and my nipples […]

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Board Game Ragers

Posted by on October 9th, 2015, under SNAPSHOTS

Comic by According to Devin.   I used to loooooove board games as a kid. Still do. Oh the sweet, cardboardy smell of the package! The satisfaction of slowly removing the top with that corner taped-up from an invariable accidental foot stomp! The thrill of setting up the pieces, anxiously hoping they all made it […]

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