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Artist Creates Relatable Relationship Illustration, Which Couples Can Resonate To

Picture the scene: you're in the car with your partner, on your way to a party. You're in a fight; the ignoring each other, hating each other's guts type of fight. You're seething. You want to kill him. The sound of his breathing is making you want to throw yourself out of the car. He will be sleeping on the couch tonight. Before you know it, you've arrived at your destination, and you realize, in horror, that it's time to get out. You say goodbye to the bliss of sitting there in awkward silence and compose yourself, ready to be sociable with other humans. As you walk to the front door of wherever it is you're going, you bask in the last 30 seconds of silence. You ring the doorbell, plaster on a fake smile, and play the happy couple shtik for the rest of the evening. That is until you get back in the car, where you can ignore each other again. Daniella London Dekel captures this utterly relatable moment that all couples go through in this funny comic.

comic about the relatable situation of couple being in a fight but happy in public | thumbnail shows three images of couple in fight driving somewhere then putting on a happy face when meeting other people
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Funny Comic About The Power Of Women's Reassurance

Us modern women are powerhouses; we do it all. But juggling motherhood, careers, husbands, boyfriends, and our own sanity can be draining, and it's not always easy to give everyone the undivided attention they deserve. And so, sometimes, a simple "good job" has to suffice, even when it does not deserve praise in the damn slightest. From reassuring our kids that their artwork is better than Picasso to convincing our husbands that we didn't fantasize about Brad Pitt when after our standard fortnightly missionary romp, we spend a lot of our lives saying "good job," even when the job was not a good one. Daniella London Dekel has captured the power of a woman's reassurance in this heartwarming and funny comic.

funny comic about a mom and wife saying "good job" to husband and kids | thumbnail includes three images of woman saying good job Text - good job!
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Disney Princesses Reimagined As Marvel And DC Characters

The world of Disney is full of princesses, damsels in distress, and courageous male knights in shining armor. DC and Marvel comics too, are predominantly full of male superheroes, with a severe lack of strong female presence. It's not exactly the most empowering message for young girls. But what happens when we combine the two worlds and turn the Disney princesses into superheroes and show young girls that princesses too can be as strong as Disney princes? The illustrators at Bright Side did just that and the results are incredible. Check out the modern-day Disney superheroes below and let us know what you think!

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Female Artist Of The Week: Comic On Why It's Okay To Not Want Kids

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who produces incredible quality content. This week, we've picked Kate McDonough, an illustrator living in South Dakota, USA, who created a comic titled I Don't Want Kids (And That's OK!), to explain why raising children is not for her. Kate felt the need to create the comic because of the expectations and pressures she feels from society to have children even though she doesn't want to. She believes that acceptance is the only appropriate response to a woman expressing her desire to not have kids, even if you do not share the same opinion. Trying to convince her otherwise is just not OK. Take a look at her brilliant heartfelt comic below and once you've enjoyed that, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

female artist women kids artist of the week comic children cartoon | DON'T WANT KIDS AND 'S OK KATE MCDONOUGH | MORE WOMEN ARE CHOOSING CHILD-FREE LIFESTYLE, AND MOST APPROPRIATE RESPONSE IS: RIGHT ON!!
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Wholesome Comic About Living With An Apparition

Real friendships are hard to come by. It's not so easy to find a true friend who you can come to with all your thoughts and emotions. A true friend who is always there and will never judge you. Sure, they may joke around and name call you to your face, but they would never do so behind your back. The list of what makes a true friend can go on and on. Yes, it's rare. So when you do have that true friend, you don't want to let something so special go. 

...Even if that friend is an apparition! 

This comic by Tumblr user, ReddPenn, is a classic and should be given a spotlight more than once! 

comic apparition cute wholesome roommates | There is an apparition my apartment Nobody else seems be able see illustration art drawing black and white panel long hair ghost
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Strange And Twisted Comic About The New Year

2021 is looking ominous...

Artist Inges Bizama Toledo has created a comic for the New Year! However, unlike most optimist posts about the New Year, this one is feeling a bit more ominous... and we love it. 

And as Inges Bizama Toledo writes in his Instagram post, "as every year all I can do is thank you for your support and wish that this new year is better than what happened and worse than next."

Happy 2020, everyone!

ominous comic new year instagram funny lol | illustration of number 2 strangling number 1. illustration of the number 0 shooting number 9 in the head.
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Artist Reimagines 'The Little Mermaid' Living In Our Polluted Ocean And Its Message Is Strong And Clear

"Look at this trash, isn't it neat? Wouldn't you think my collection's complete?"

'The Little Trashmaid' is a wonderfully illustration comic strip by the very talented s0s2, who you can follow on Instagram and Youtube

The story is similar to that of Ariel's, scouring the ocean floor for human things and trying to figure out what each gadget and gizmo is. The difference is, the Little Trashmaid is surrounded by the trash we humans dump into the ocean. 

The beautiful and strong illustrations below show what we have done to our favorite little mermaid. 

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