Vol. III, Iss. 4: “Sidetracks by Subject”
If your school is/was anything like my school, you’ll know that history teachers are the least focused people in the world.
(And if you’re wondering “How the heck do you get off-track in AP Arson?” or “Is that even a real AP Class?” or “Wait– Arson– do you– like– burn things for college credit?” all I have to say is that no, it’s not a real class [it’s more of a joke], but you get off-track the same way you get off-track in a normal class. Except off-track means burning things you weren’t supposed to burn. It’s pretty fun.)
Vol. III, Iss. 3: “Writing an Essay”
Most of the time, you write an essay and you have no idea what’s going on. This comic is for everyone who has ever made up several things along the way in an effort to eek out a good grade.
As Pitch As Space Iss. 1: “Space Sucks”
So today, instead of posting Vol. III, Iss. 2, which is very school-specific, here’s a special edition series called “As Pitch as Space.” It’s a little bit darker humor (sorry, M) but still pretty fun.
Vol. III, Iss. 1: “Hot And Cold Things”
One of my favorite earlier issues; it’s got a little bit of everything in it. These graphs remind you that most everything can be classified into four groups, and they make the world a little more organized.