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Here’s a round up of some of the best comics we’ve seen online in the past few days. If we missed something, let us know in the comments below.

Here’s a fun one, especially if you have little ones looking for something to look forward to every Sunday: Sunday Haha, a new email subscription service that delivers kid’s comics right to your email box. Like Reggie, by Jen de Oliveira:

Other contributors include Dave Roman, Lark Pien, Meggie Ramm and Aron Nels Steinke. They’ve sent three issues so far, which you can find archived from their website.

Tom Scioli is always creating, whether he’s working on projects like Fantastic Four: Grand Design or the upcoming Jack Kirby: The Epic Life of the King of Comics. Or if he’s just making things to post on Twitter. Right now if you check out his feed, you’ll see “Super Powers: The Next Generation,” featuring several familiar characters.

The New York Times continues their series of pandemic-related diary comics; last week brought a comic from Lynda Barry, and this week Hot Comb creator Ebony Flowers shares “My Last Encounter With Pandemic Parenting.” Like Barry’s piece, this one includes an activity you can do yourself. Bonus: they’ve also posted one from Ivan Brunetti.

From The Nib this week comes an interview with Flat-Earther Mark Sargent, in comics form by Maki Naro and Matt Bors. It’s … interesting, for sure.

Finally, the great Richard Sala passed away last weekend, leaving a legacy and body of work that included many great comics. One of the last projects he was working on was “Carlotta Havoc Versus Everybody,” which he had just started posting on Tumblr before he died. Sadly, there weren’t many entries, but you can still find a lot of his older work on his personal Tumblr.

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