Everyone enjoys a good laugh, but not all of us have a thing for innocent knock knock jokes. Luckily, there are artists who can amuse even the darkest of souls. James Lecarpentier is the man behind Good Bear Comics, a hilarious series of irreverent strips that constantly surprise their readers with unexpected endings.
From the inner workings of Santa’s workshop to buying your pet snake a birthday present, Good Bear Comics are short, but not short on ideas. The colorful panels revolve around many different characters and settings, finding the perfect balance between naive idealism and harsh reality. Scroll down to check out the stories, and upvote your favorites!
Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/good-bear-comics/
Hi! I’m Nate Walker, creator of Nate Inc. Comics! I’ve been making webcomics since 2015, making sure to post one weekly. When I first started out I had absolutely no experience in drawing, as some of my earlier comics will show (i.e the reason my characters look like lego people). Once I began drawing comics I just couldn’t stop!
I first began making comics to increase my drawing skills and express my creativity, but what began driving me to continue throughout the years was the fun that they brought to other people’s lives. I make these comics because I love nonsense. I find that people are so caught up in the seriousness of their lives that they forget to think imaginatively. Spreading the simplicity of happiness and embracing nonsense through humor is my goal as an artist, and I hope you all enjoy!
More info: nateinccomics.com
We just love these comics by Israeli artist Yehuda Adi Devir! As a follow-on from our previous post, depicting he and his wife Maya’s adorable relationship, we have more cute and oh-so-relatable snapshots of the domestic bliss this talented couple share.
“My inspiration is my every day life with my wife,” Yehuda told Bored Panda. “Our comic series “One of those days” is based on real life moments that happened to us and was about creating a fun memories by illustration.”
Who knew marriage could be so much fun? The pre-wedding love affair has been presented endlessly as the height of romance, but we think that the everyday love that these two share, from the weird habits and quirks to simply helping each other carry the shopping, is much more romantic in its simple and lasting beauty. “My wife, Maya, and have been together for almost 8 years,” Yehuda told us. “We met long ago in our military service after a long period of friendship, we started dating and got married a year and a half ago.”
Maya is an artist herself, and collaborates with her husband to make the “One of those days” series. “The working process is me and my wife, Maya, together. Usually after something interesting for illustration happens to us, we tighten the concept and do a few composition sketches,” Yehuda told Bored Panda. “After that I sit down and start working. When I finish, Maya adds her suggestions for improvement, suggesting color, typography and so on. All of this process takes no more then a day.”
Yehuda has a large and varied portfolio of drawings and comics, which you can check out on his website. He loves his art and is living out his dream. “I began drawing from a really young age and got lucky by make a living out of my biggest hobby,” he said. “The art scene in Israel is really growing and I’m proud to be part of a community of talented and unique artists in my homeland.”
“I wanted to say a huge thanks to all our followers and the love we get. Thanks to you we can continue to create “One of those days” and make the world a happier place!”
Scroll down below to check out Yehuda and Maya’s comics below, and upvote your favorites!
A lot of my comics are really wholesome. I try to make people happy as I’m a pessimistic person myself. So the comics are a therapy for me and hopefully to the people who read them. If I can make one person cheer up reading them, it’s a success.
Inspired by my relationship with my boyfriend and personal daily struggles, I hope that they will find a way to people’s heart.
It’s all about the feels.
Get a behind the scenes glimpse into his fabulous work.
These parenting comics (well, mostly) from Messy Cow are cute and funny enough for anyone to enjoy.
Why does it feel like there’s no real GOOD answer to any of these? These are apt to make your brain ache.