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A Worrisome Tingling Sensation

Detail of 'Mary Death' by Matt Tarpley, 20 March 2015.

If your Death Sense is tingling, it probably isn’t good news. But what is good news is a handy list of Mary Death episodes to click, read, and enjoy:

Detail of 'Mary Death' by Matt Tarpley, 17 March 2015.“True Form” (10 March 2015)

“Lost” (13 March 2015)

“Going on an Adventure” (17 March 2015)

“Where’s Waldo?” (20 March 2015)

“Some Answers, More Questions!” (24 March 2015)

“Exit” (27 March 2015)

“Game Time” (31 March 2015)

“Where To?” (1 April 2015)

“Stories” (3 April 2015)

No, really, that’s all a an ongoing story arc, and includes the beginning of a spinoff. Everybody say, “Thank you, Mr. Tarpley!”

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Image note: Top―Detail of “Where’s Waldo?”, 20 March 2015. Right―Detail of “Going on an Adventure”, 17 March 2015.

Update: Added “Stories” (3 April 2015), on 7 April 2015.

More Stuff to Laugh At: Welcome to Weiner’s World

Detail of Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, by Zach Weiner, 7 October 2014

When one’s only comfort is that truth is stranger than fiction?

Consider this: Why is it left to the cartoonists to be the ones making sense?

And that, of course, isn’t intended as a sleight against cartoonists; the world would be exponentially worse off without them, since people only listen to jingles and jokes.

But that’s just the thing; through all the strange, dystopian contortion, much of which is simply for the sake of humor, Zach Weiner sticks the punch.

Relax.

Go. Click. Read.

Enjoy.

Remember.

Oh, and trivia time: Really? Is the tallest candidate still winning?

No, really, is that still true?

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Weiner, Zach. Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal. 7 October 2014.