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Webcomic profile: Mildly Amusing
Mildly Amusing
A comic about life, happiness, and flights of fantasy
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Language: English
Genre: Real life
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 21st Feb 2012, 6:45 AM
Number of comics: 143
Number of subscribers: 25
Visitors: 43695 visitors (217123 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.81 (36 votes)

Webcomic description

A comic about life, happiness, and flights of fantasy.


Most recent comments left on Mildly Amusing

TommyP (Guest)
3rd May 2018
So inspiring. I understand it's your early work but that interests me and I find it interesting that you are a b&w comic artist ... love it, man. I'm one of those mutli-creatives, but it was always writing and music that excelled as far as, well, I don't know. Life. haha. So, I wasn't ever "Kirby" or "Infantino" or "Moore" status like the main comics you read as a kid but it doesn't even matter. You say you despise your early art and all art as recent as 2 weeks prior but I enjoy it. It is refreshing to help me realize that the story is just as important as the image. As long as there's "an image that represents the story and maybe even a bit more?" That's a great comic. And I love the fact you interpret your life on paper like this. I've always enjoyed that, as I'm a personal essayist and unofficially published Roman a clef author. Keep doing your thing, it says 2012 as the latest? I hope not. Man, these days you just see so much content, you never know. Maybe the guy died. I'm sure you didn't die but whatever you do in life now, you should return to this.
Left on Tragic Loss- Welcome to the Party 3
James (Guest)
16th Jul 2015
"Come on!"
I love your comic! Do continue it!
Left on One Day (4)
amit (Guest)
30th May 2015
"so relatable"
How come is it that chicks are allowed to say the freakiest things?
Left on The Problem With the Problem With Flossing
amit (Guest)
30th May 2015
You really are. Good job
Left on Message in a Bottle
amit (Guest)
30th May 2015
You might have intended it as "working together with partners is hell", but it hit me as an anti-cynicism commentary - "oh god I'm going to be with THAT GUY" or something. That interpretation comes in direct and lovely contrast to the last panel. Then I read your "Author notes". Oh well
Left on One Day (4)