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Comic: Internet Pizza

As always, Nedroid's comics have successfully tapped directly into my pizza brain. The internet's pretty great, but I simply won't be satisfied until I can download my pie in 5 minutes or less. Sound too good (or bad) to be true? You're probably right, at least when it comes to enjoying a quality pie. But grabbing a pizza off the internet isn't quite as sci-fi as you might think. Check out this video on 3D printing. More

'Adventure Time' Comic Book Cover Featuring Rainbow Pizza

If you like the Cartoon Network show Adventure Time (and if you don't like it, I'll just assume you haven't seen it yet), you may want to get your hands on upcoming issue #4 of the Adventure Time comic book series coming out May 30. One of the four covers drawn by illustrator Scott Campbell features a bunch of the main characters sharing pizza. ...Rainbow pizza. Probably delicious, but since we don't live in the Land of Ooo we'll never know. [wipes away a tear] More

Waitressing Hell: 'The Milk Crisis of 2005'

Allie Brosh of Hyperbole and a Half, a blog of random, awesome, funny things, recently recounted an instance of waitressing hell titled "The Milk Crisis of 2005." The crisis: Customer asks for milk. Customer disapproves of initial too-large glass of milk. Customer disapproves of second too-small glass of milk. Allie tries so hard to please dissatisfied milk-loving customer, but just can't win. Through Allie's words and emotive illustrations, you too can feel her pain and laugh at her misfortune. More

Food and Animal Hybrids Comic

[Illustration: Rebecca Dart] I love this wonderfully whimsical comic—featuring creatures such as Monkiwis, Cockatubers, and Bananacondas—by comic book artist and animator Rebecca Dart. It's also worth checking out the inspiration behind the comic, the Terror of the Tiny Tads series by early 1900s illustrator Gustave Verbeek. Related Captain Yaar, a Doughnut-Loving Pirate Comic Pickle Recipe Comic Existential Food Comics Comic Strip is Skeptical About Sous-Vide... More

'What If Everything Was Burritos' Comics

[Image: Buttersafe] Webcomic Buttersafe shows five situations depicting what the world might be like if certain objects were replaced with burritos. No more Gatorade; just burritos. Related Burrito Tape 'Let It Burrito' 'Alien' with Apples A Comic About a World of Peanut Butter and Chocolate... More

20 Things Worth Knowing About Beer

[The Oatmeal] In The Oatmeal's latest comic, learn 20 Things Worth Knowing About Beer—how it's made, how it makes you drunk, famous quotes, and something involving a giant goat. Related Serious Beer 15(ish) Things Worth Knowing About Coffee The 5 Phases of Caffeine Intake... More

Captain Yaar, a Doughnut-Loving Pirate Comic

See it bigger here ยป [Photographs: gregnog.com] Captain Yaar is a comic about a pirate who doesn't do much pirating. Instead he dreams up fanciful doughnut sandwich concoctions, only to have his little bird sidekick smack some sense into him. [via janelle] Related Pickle Recipe Comic Snake 'N' Bacon Existential Food Comics... More

Pickle Recipe Comic

[Image: lucylou.livejournal.com] Why are pickle recipe comics so great? Because they tell you to "stabbity-stab" cucumbers and warn you of "specs-fogging steam" when boiling a big pot of pickling spices. Lucy Knisley drew this after whipping up her own batch of full-sour pickles for the first time. The recipe requires pickles to lounge in their pickly juices for 24 to 36 hours, during which you are encouraged to talk to them ("C'mon! Be pickles!") according to step seven. [via notmartha.org] Related Are Pickles a Burger Condiment? Where To Find Fried Pickles on the East Coast Pickle Juice [Talk] The Year of the Pickle, and Other Jewish Food Astrology... More

The 5 Phases of Caffeine Intake

After the magic begins, it's all downhill from there. See how the caffeine buzz unfolds at The Oatmeal's 5 Phases of Caffeine Intake. Related 'If You Like Coffee' Caffeine Examiner, Reviews of Caffeine-Filled Products Caffeine: The Good News and the Good News... More

Snake 'N' Bacon

The stars of Michael Kupperman's Snake 'N' Bacon are, well, a snake and a greasy strip of bacon. No matter what oddball scenarios they find themselves in, Snake likes to make hissy sounds and Bacon provides bacon-related commentary. Being armless has not stopped the duo from having a Twitter account (@cr_snake_bacon). [via Modcult] Related Existential Food Comics A Comic About Junk Food and Flintstones Vitamins Place Setting from Hell... More

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