We added THREE new comics this month! Learn about our newest additions below.
Waynovision by Wayno
Perhaps unsurprisingly, WaynoVision gives its readers a view of the world through the wise-guy eyes of the cartoonist known as Wayno (one name only, please). The artist uses his panel to comment on (and celebrate) the surrealism and absurdity of everyday life, in ways that are sometimes silly, sometimes smart, but always funny.
You never know what sort of characters will pop up in a WaynoVision panel. Clowns, gangsters, monsters, insects, historical figures, dogs, cats, chickens and advertising and pop culture icons can appear on any given day.
Reading WaynoVision is like wearing 3-D glasses, welder's goggles and X-ray Specs while peeking through a damaged kaleidoscope. The world looks vaguely familiar, but unexpectedly distorted at the same time. The feature appeals to educated readers who appreciate high culture as well as lowbrow laffs.
Wayno is a cartoonist, illustrator, pop artist and writer. He is a member of the National Cartoonists Society, and serves as the president of the Pittsburgh chapter. Since 1997, he has mounted several one-man exhibits of his "cartoon pop" paintings and original illustration art.
He's worked on underground and alternative comics, and has enjoyed a long career as a humor illustrator, working with such clients as The New Yorker, Nickelodeon Magazine, Rhino Records, Entertainment Weekly, The Guardian and The New York Times.
Wayno has written more than 150 gags for Dan Piraro's Bizarro, and he filled in as Bizarro's guest cartoonist for two weeks in 2011. He has also written gags for Hilary Price's Rhymes With Orange, and served as Hilary's guest cartoonist for a week in 2012.
Wayno is based in Pittsburgh, where he lives with Kim, his supportive spouse and secret art director, along with their cats, Jackson and Foster.
Read WaynoVision here.
Berkeley Mews by Ben Zaehringer
Berkeley Mews is a bleak little comic strip in which bad things happen to good people, good things happen to bad people, and everything usually ends in disappointment or death. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Ben Zaehringer started Berkeley Mews while studying film at the University of California, Berkeley. He enjoys writing, drawing, sharing his comics online and improving his high score in Tetris (currently: 1,369,490). He lives in San Francisco.
Read Berkeley Mews here.
Tiny Confessions by Christopher Rozzi
Tiny Confessions are the secret revelations of dogs, cats and everything else. These hilarious and sincere illustrations give voice to our furry friends in a way that expresses their inner dreams, wishes and moments of complete mischief.
Christopher Rozzi is an artist, writer and comedian who lives and works in New York City. His book, Tiny Confessions: The Secret Thoughts of Dogs, Cats, and Everything, was recently published by Penguin Books and has been featured at Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie and Barnes & Noble.
Read Tiny Confessions here.