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Madéleine Flores Has a Guide to Dressing for Your Body Type [No Seriously Come Look At This]

This is but one third of cartoonist Madéleine Flores‘ guide to dressing for different body types. You can find the rest here. Also she does a webcomic!


Today in Awesome

The Jim Henson School For Extremely Fuzzy Youngsters Presents: The X-Muppets!

It’s not easy being green and shooting high powered optic blasts. Ken Haesner, cartoonist and creator of The Living Corpse, Warmageddon, and The Jersey Devil has combined eccentric, yet adorable, Muppets stars with the troubled mutants we all know and love, to create: The X-Muppets. Hit the jump to see the rest of the misunderstood, fuzzy gang!


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Let’s Wish Lynda Barry a Very Happy Birthday!

Lynda Barry, celebrated cartoonist with a career that has lasted decades, is celebrating her birthday today! We’ll be dedicating this space to her, and in case you’ve never heard of her, we’re going to introduce you! After the jump, more about Barry, some of her work and where you can get her new book.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Humble Tribute

It became a little bit impossible to not acknowledge the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, especially for those of us based in New York, and as a result, this edition of TWS has a few things that we saw that helped us remember (and a few things to help remind us that our lives — and geekery — go on). Above is just one of about 100 tributes that appeared in Sunday comics this morning by Mutts creator Patrick McDonnell. You can see more at Hero Complex. (via Bleeding Cool)


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Gabrielle Bell Completes Daily Comic Project, We Award Her This Gift of “Major Props”

Ignatz Award-winning cartoonist Gabrielle Bell took on a big project last month: she wrote and drew a comic every single day for the month of July. If you’ve ever tried doing something creative and then tried to force yourself to do it on a regular basis, you know how hard this is. But Bell has done it, and we salute her. She says that she’ll be taking down her month’s work August 15th, so we strongly urge you to check it all out before it’s gone! After the jump, read what prompted her to do this in the first place.