Looking for something funny to pass the time? Comics are always a good answer. So here are some webcomics that will make you smile!
Comics have been around for a really long time, in fact as early as 1896. And we don’t know about you, but it was always a treat to look out for when our parents or grandparents were done reading their Sunday paper. Just so that we could grab it and check out the weekly comics section. But now that newspapers aren’t very popular anymore. And we mostly depend on social media for news, it’s only likely that short comics transferred as well. So lighten up your timelines and follow these funny and witty webcomics. Now some of these you’ve probably already heard of or follow already. But hey, we love to support the creative community. And these webcomics surely deserve the spotlight. So check out these webcomics that will surely make you smile.
Ketnipz by Harry Hambley
We’ve all seen Bean, he’s even one of Instagram’s featured stickers. So if you’re looking for something soft, warmhearted, and inspirational. Then Ketnipz is the comic for you. You can find more Bean good-ness on his Instagram.
Strange Planet by Nathan Pyle
Strang Planet by Nathan Pyle really cracks us up. We love how he uses complicated words instead of simple ones to portray the “alien-ness” of it. So if you desire more drawn squares of laughter, human. You can click here.
Sarah’s Scribbles by Sarah Andersen
Are you a creative and an introvert? Well then, you’ll totally relate with Sarah’s Scribbles. As her comics often portray the struggles of being those two things. Check more relatable content from Sarah right here.
They Can Talk Comics by Jimmy Craig
Talking animals are nothing new. But Jimmy Craig really knows how to put otherwise normal situations into hilarious ones. Definitely check him out if you’re an animal lover. Or if you just need a good laugh. You can find more of his content here.
Webcomic Name by Alex Norris
‘Oh No Comics’ ever only has one punch line. And that’s, yup you guessed it, “oh no.” It’s so simple but works so great. Just when you thought everything was good… oh no! LOL. Check out more of his works here.
157 of Gemma by Gemma Gené
Dog lovers will surely relate to Gemma and Mochi. 157 of Gemma focuses on her daily experiences with her pug, Mochi. It will surely make all fur parents out there smile. You can check out her other works on her Instagram.
So if you need a little pick-me-up today. We hope this did the trick. It’s important to support our creative community. Because as Robert Motherwell said:
“Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it.”
So did these webcomics make you smile? Which one was your favourite? We’d love to hear what you think! So share with us your thoughts in the comments down below! Or hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh.