Bitter truths are in abundance and the Truth Potato is on a mission to throw most of them onto our faces, to break the cloud of denial that covers our life.

What's more amusing than a cute Potato breaking your shield of denial and giving you few words of wisdom eh?
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Feb 4th 2018 (12:04pm)
Maybe everyone should be diagnosed with cancer...just for a little bit.
By: ZiB
Thursday, Dec 14th 2017 (12:01am) | Thanks: xkcd
My buddy Matt Inman has a fairly lengthy scroll to go through right here to make us understand how our belief systems work.
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Dec 10th 2017 (12:00am)
Whether she’s seen as Superman’s girlfriend or the intrepid reporter she’s been for so many years, there’s a lot more to Lois Lane than many people realize. She’s been around for so long that she’s gained a great deal of depth as a character and has grown and expanded in just as many ways as the superheroes in the same universe have done. A lot of people might think of her as something less than a useful personality in the comics but the truth of the matter is that Lois Lane is something far different than the normal, run of the mill civilian. Sticking so close to superheroes doesn’t necessarily allow a person to lead a boring life, especially when the world continues to be shaped and reshaped by the heroes and the villains they fight.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Dec 4th 2017 (12:00am)
It begins with the swell of an orchestra, the crack of lightning, and dramatic chiaroscuro struck across the stone of a cliffside. Chuck Jones, the wildly respected director of "What's Opera, Doc?" and the majordomo of American animation, didn't get his reputation for skimping on his work, and a full six decades later, this 1957 cartoon classic still sports his trademark directorial flair.
By: dave
Monday, Aug 14th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: digg
Warning, there is a lot of scrolling in this comic and depending upon your reading speed, might take you a while.

However, when all is said and done, Matt Innman will make you think. Even if you are tempted to click the links and go off onto tangents.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Jul 3rd 2017 (3:34am)
Remember the good ol' days when real books were a thing? Well, Gary Larson sold MILLIONS of them full of these hilarious comics. He called his series "The Far Side."

If you find yourself laughing as you scroll, share these with your friends.
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Monday, Jun 5th 2017 (12:00am)
Comics legends Bill Watterson and Berkeley Breathed have joined forces and merged their universes. Sure, it's just an April Fool's gag, but the result is - as you'd expect - high art indeed.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 3rd 2017 (12:01am) | Thanks: mefi
Here is the pilot episode of Sealab 2021, the parody of Sealab 2020. 2020 was a Hanna-Barbera 30 minute show and was a semi-educational Saturday morning animated show broadcast back in 1972. From 2001 to 2005, Cartoon Network's Adult Swim took footage from the 2020 series and turned it into some really strange comedy.

Without further adieu (there was no prior adieu), here is the pilot episode from the Adult Swim series.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Feb 7th 2017 (3:07am)
Was he political more than an author of childrens' books?
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Dec 3rd 2016 (12:01am)
I want things to be different.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Dec 1st 2016 (5:56am)
Matt Inman, author of The Oatmeal, goes off onto many a tangent in this long-winded comic but as usual finds an entertaining way to do so.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Nov 15th 2016 (12:00am)
Last summer, after a decades-long hiatus, Berkeley Breathed resurrected his beloved, prescient comic strip 'Bloom County' - on Facebook. Can a Reagan-era political cartoon make sense of the internet age?
By: dave
Monday, Aug 15th 2016 (12:00am) | Thanks: digg
Our cartoon friends at The New Yorker exhibit a sense of humor with this one.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Aug 5th 2016 (12:00am)
Matt wrote a book. The process is covered in this Oatmeal comic.
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Wednesday, Jun 8th 2016 (6:39pm)
This is why I don't gamble.

Philosophers in this comic: Rudolf Carnap, Sigmund Freud, Karl Marx, Karl Popper, Thomas Kuhn.
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Tuesday, May 3rd 2016 (2:29am) | Thanks: Jake
Maybe those pretty flashy lights have meaning.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Dec 25th 2015 (10:37pm) | Thanks: Suzie
The always satirical but often poignant magazine posts their best. Scroll through and enjoy.
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Saturday, Dec 19th 2015 (12:01am)
John Atkinson of Wrong Hands points out the hidden meaning of some words based on their phonetic definition (part 1 and part 2). After landing, click on the image for a larger view.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Nov 16th 2015 (12:04am) | Thanks: Squid
Sometimes I think the author of this comic is the best person walking on our planet.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Nov 11th 2015 (12:03am)
We mostly know it superficially, as a series of iconic images - Charlie Brown with his head down, Snoopy perched on top of a doghouse, Linus clutching his baby blanket, Pigpen with a cloud of dirt behind him. But beyond those images is a melancholic masterpiece. The longest-running meditation on loneliness, defeat, and alienation ever in popular American art.
By: dave
Tuesday, Nov 10th 2015 (4:35am) | Thanks: digg
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So Sigmund Freud, Rudolf Carnap, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Karl Marx sit down to play a board game. The winner?
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Oct 22nd 2015 (12:00am)
You should check them out.

Cataclysmo is a #Monsterthology, thats right - a monster anthology (see what we did there) comic book created by Carlos Florez Jr, Matt Reeves, and Ryan Musser with art by Justin Ryan, Rowel Roque and Ronson Edulan.
By: Sunny
Thursday, Oct 8th 2015 (6:56am)

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