Sunday Comics | ‘The Perry Bible Fellowship’ celebrates 20 years

Check out new comic strips by Nicholas Gurewitch, Thom Zahler, Steve Lieber and more.

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

The popular webcomic The Perry Bible Fellowship turned 20 this year, and to celebrate, creator Nicholas Gurewitch teamed up with 20 other creators for a series of collaborative strips. He’s been tweeting them out since Jan. 23, the official anniversary date for the strip.

Some of the creators he’s teamed up with include Twistwood, Seo Kim, Rob DenBleyker, Shen Comix and Won Taek Hong:

You can see more of them on Twitter.


For the New Yorker, Wendy creator Walter Scott tells us how to “Train Yourself to Be Happy.” It’s never as easy as it sounds, though.


Caleb Goellner and Coleman Engle have started a new webcomic on Tapas, titled Rest Area 51. It’s about a girl who moves to her late grandma’s Area 51-themed rest stop and discovers it’s actually an intergalactic alien rest stop.


If you’re a fan of Thom Zahler’s Love and Capes series, you may be wondering if there’s another volume on the way — and actually, it’s already happening, as a webcomic on Zahler’s Patreon. This one is subtitled “In the Time of COVID.” He’s been putting up two installments a week, which you get early access to for $1 a month.


And finally, Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen artist Steve Lieber shares a very personal comic strip, about his dad, sinus headaches and Sriracha.

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