03.10.08 by Jeff

Dinosaur Comics

As you know (or maybe you don’t – actually, you not knowing is most likely the case) I am always looking for funny comics online. My friend Rob just sent over this one from Dinosaur Comics and I laughed pretty hard.

See a much larger version of this comic here. If that doesn’t make you laugh, hit “more” I guarantee you will laugh.

I found this Fast and the Furious comic on some random forum and laughed out loud, by myself:

Someone seriously has to turn this into a daily comic, if you don’t think that’s funny, end your life now. If you know of any funny online comics please leave a link to them in the comments! And yes, I classified this post as ART.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • loved the first one. amazing. the second one is a meme i believe. you can find different versions on forums.

  • mitch

    my hearty laugh came with the vin diesel piece, definitely good shit.

  • Second one is too good! And it somehow really fits with a Friday morning

  • the dinosaur comic really surprised me. wow good.

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  • Johan

    I laughed hard at the fast and the furious one!! Anyways check out daisyowl.com, easily the best webcomic in my opinion..

  • white ninja always makes me laugh :)

  • grace

    serendipidous! i made a dinosaur comic a year ago and it might make someone laugh… hehehe

  • grace




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