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Take a look at these heart-wrenching comics from 27-year-old Tum Natakorn Ulit, an artist from Bangkok, Thailand, whose unique style and stories are almost guaranteed to squeeze a tear out of you.
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As Henry waits by the door for his mail, Olive wonders what his package could possibly contain.
Each comic book genre has it’s own unique layout which makes it even more special and fun to read. Famous Styles And Layouts: 1-Regular 2-Suspense,Crime and Action 3-Superhero 4-Graphic Novel…
Dave Rohs saved to Industrial/Technology Spaces
A couple of years ago we (writer Ehud Lavski and illustrator Yael Nathan), began creating short comics and uploading them to the internet. So far, our comics have been read over 20 Million times and many people have a strong emotional response when reading them. Working closely with someone to create a work of art is always a challenge, but it helps that we’ve been friends for much longer than we’ve been co-creators. There are always differences of opinion but when there are, we talk through…
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Taiwanese artist Ben Chen draws eerie horror comic stories with surprising humorous twists that captivate the hearts of cartoon fans and lovers of spooky things.
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The comics and illustration artist Tum Ulit is back on Bored Panda with more of his heartwarming and thought-provoking comics. He touches upon themes like love, relationships, bullying, and the harsh realities of life.
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View the comic strip for Buni by cartoonist Ryan Pagelow created May 06, 2019 available on GoComics.com
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Silly situations happen to all of us. From clumsy mistakes, to meeting strange people, we can all relate one way or another. That's why comics portraying those kinds of situations are so popular among artists. They want to show you that you're not alone in this world. That we all run into similar problems.
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