21 Quirky Comics with a Little Dark Humor by Extraordinaire Comics (New Pictures)

It’s important to take a break from the seemingly never-ending work, and we think we might have something that can make you even more relaxed – hilarious! We’ve collected some of Zach’s latest cartoons, which you may know as Extra Fabulous Comics.

Zach said earlier. KristenBellTattoos.com that he started Extra Fabulous Comics in 2011 as a “last ditch effort to find the whole”. Over the years, the artist has amassed over 690k Instagram followers who bring humor to the sometimes painful everyday life.

Scroll down for some awesome comics! Don’t forget to support your favorites and let us know which ones you enjoyed the most in the comments. When you’re done, check out previous Board Panda posts including additional awesome comics here , here , here and here .

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Zack learned to draw everything himself at school when he had to learn. “I spent 17 years of my life in government school and college learning nothing but to doodle. If it wasn’t for these comics, my whole life would have been wasted,” the artist revealed to Board Panda.

We were curious how Zach came up with his Instagram name. The artist revealed that he thought of the title “Extrafabulous Comics” as a joke because his comics were “the worst things his hands had ever touched”. The name has since become an ideal that Zack will always chase, but may never achieve.

We asked Zach about the hardest and most rewarding part of the creative process. The artist said he had a hard time learning the flow of his creative rhythm, “finding the part of the day where his brain is just the right amount of awake and caffeinated.” For Zack, it’s around 1 p.m. when he’s “pop poop, pre-lunch, and taking long walks where no teenagers make fun of his male-pattern baldness.”

According to the artist, about 95 percent of the inspiration comes from the act of drawing alone. “Sitting down, inventing a situation, and letting it play out as you draw, often results in the worst and most gruesome thing you or anyone else has ever seen. But there is very little magic. , and you make something worth sharing!”

We asked Zach about some of his upcoming projects. The artist replied that currently, he is ‘recovering’ from one. Kickstarter For two comic books and a game he created with Skybound. “I plan to do more animation and focus more on my other comics,”Devgi‘And’Pervis“I also want to own a commercial coffee roaster and buy some land to start a bamboo farm.”

For those still reading, Zack wants to thank you for checking out these comics!

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