Comics Without Context

If Garfield Minus Garfield has taught us anything, it’s that comics are funny, but comics without any context are funnier. Sometimes, if you look hard enough you’ll find that the best part of a comic strip isn’t always in the punchline, but rather in the mundane buildup. With that in mind, I’ve been on the lookout for single-panel gems hidden within full-length 4-frame comics. Here’s my first find:

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2 responses to “Comics Without Context

  1. yeah, thanks for testing that out on me first, it was a big hit if you’ll recall (the other one was actually pretty good too.)

  2. have you ever read pictures for sad children? it’s amazing.

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