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Street Faces by Aurélien Fontanet
When you laugh, the world laughs with you. Often times literally with creepy faces that appear to be built in to the surrounding sidewalks, walls, and devices. Quietly they watch, judging… contemplating some secret fate that is yet to befall you and fostering a perverse pleasure in not being able to warn you (they are inanimate objects after all, they can’t talk, you know. You’re probably just imagining things anyways).
Whimsy-cals by Randy Otter
You can’t possibly be sad or depressed after seeing any of Randy’s absurd one-panel comics, which often cant decide if they want to be tooth-rottingly sweet or splitting your brain open with a well-timed axeshot… which is to say either will probably kill you eventually, it’s just a matter of how quickly you want to go. The beauty of Randy’s cute yet peculiar panels is, much like the proverbial box of chocolates, you never which one you’re going to get.