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Comic profile: The KAMics
The KAMics
Random jokes and series by Keith Alan Morgan
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Content flags: Nudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 5 days ago, 7:00 AM
Number of comics: 1765
Number of subscribers: 21
Visitors: 44963 visitors (505958 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.95 (58 votes)

Comic description

Random jokes and series, including rockhounding, puns, superheroes, fantasy, politics, etc.



Most recent comments left on The KAMics

29th Jun 2018
Inspiration for this was a professional comic artist who published a list of "rules" for new fans.
Left on Just Another Whiny Brat
25th Jun 2018
What's the old saying, "Pregnancy is taking serious what was poked in fun."?
Left on Desert Island 38
18th Jun 2018
This comic was inspired by a comment a guy made on a forum and I considered posting a comment there, but his post was about some Australian politician I'd never heard of and I would basically be nitpicking one line out of his whole post, and there were already 2 pages of comments that I did not feel like wading through. Besides I thought the comment would work as a comic if I altered it a bit.

Admittedly I could have droned on about things like "great" vs. "greatest" and that different people have different ideas for what would make their country great, but that would get away from my basic point. Hopefully it came through.

This week is a return to MWF updates, hopefully I can continue that.
Left on Make My Country Great
15th Jun 2018
Kittyhawk is a webcomic artist who draws big-breasted women and dinosaurs. For some reason, this idea came to mind.
Left on Kittyhawksaurus
8th Jun 2018
Kittyhawk, who draws Sparkling Generation Valkyrie Yuuki, occasionally draws pictures of girls in bikinis with dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals and posts them on her Twitter account.

I once commented that artists couldn't have drawn bikini babes back when the term dinosaur was coined because the bikini hadn't been created yet, which got me wondering about what type of swimwear existed back then and this drawing came about. I also decided to go with the old 1850's reconstruction of an iguanadon because that's how some artist of the time would have drawn it.
Left on Dino & Bathing Babe