Math Comics Plus a Compu-Toon I Found Funny


It’s only fair to say when Charles Boyce’s Compu-Toon is not a strange and baffling comic strip with humor only vaguely discernable, so, here it is: the strip from the 6th of November, a panel I understand and find funny. There’s still nothing happening in Apartment 3-G, but it’s a different kind of nothing from what wasn’t happening before, focusing on different characters who aren’t doing anything.

'In order for Irving to defeat a slimy non-vertebrate monstrous beast, he had to become one,' which is unmistakably a joke.
Charles Boyce’s Compu-Toon for the 6th of November, 2014.

Meanwhile, over in my mathematics blog, there’s a bunch of comics reviewed, and two of them even include pictures.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

12 thoughts on “Math Comics Plus a Compu-Toon I Found Funny”

    1. Maybe it’s just because I was in the right age cohort to watch Turbo Teen when I didn’t know there were better things on but it seems like having to become a car would be kind of awesome, actually.

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