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Commitment Phobia

incidentalcomics: “ Commitment Phobia You can now support Incidental Comics on Patreon! Please help me reach my goal of committing to publish at least two more comics each month.

Regeln für (kreative) Freelancer  - ein Comic in dem viel Wahres steckt.

Rules For Freelancers, A Witty Comic Showing How to Be a Victorious Freelance Artist

Dear Publisher: | Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

Dear Publisher:

Image: A Peanuts cartoon, featuring Snoopy on his typewriter Frame One, Snoopy writes: Gentlemen, regarding the recent rejection slip y.

About to complete my degree in December, wish someone would have told me this when I was younger.

About to complete my degree in December, wish someone would have told me this when I was younger.

Pick a thing, any thing. But probably not every thing. Anything vs Everything "Disclaimer" from Incidental Comics, by Grant Snider.

Shakespeare in the park.  Saw Hamlet earlier this summer at Delaware Park; next up is Measure for Measure.

A New Take on Watching Shakespeare in the Park [COMIC]

This Artist Tells Hilariously of the Everyday Struggles That Happen Inside Each of Us

These 20 creative inventions will wash all your household troubles away

This Artist Tells Hilariously of the Everyday Struggles That Happen Inside Each of Us

With tech's growing presence in our daily lives, it's becoming more and more difficult to "get away from it all." SEE ALSO: More Comics on Mashable In this comic, Grant Snider of Incidental Comics illustrates how a member of the connected generation might "experience" nature's wonders. Know anyon

Experiencing the Great Outdoors in the Digital Age [COMIC]

22 Cartoons That Show How Smartphones Are Killing Real Conversations

A is for Abecedarian: A Literary Alphabet

incidentalcomics: “ A is for Abecedarian A Literary Alphabet Adapted from The Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms by Chris Baldick ”

#SHAKESPEARE: "All the world’s a stage" #poetry

All the world’s a stage, one of Shakespeare’s most well-known monologues, is taken from his play As You Like It. It’s spoken by the weary traveller Jacques, and in the play’s context is a melanchol…