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Comic Strip Teases

From ass-eating goblins to sea creatures in a struggling relationship, we peek into the twisted minds of some of the most outrageous (and talented) webcomic artists working today.

The internet is pretty much a festering cesspool of anger, outrage and depression, but every once in a while, artists come along and create hilarious, off the wall and sometimes “what the fuck”-inducing cartoons to help us laugh through the misery.

From ass-eating goblins to cooking with cum and even sea creatures in a struggling relationship, I had the immense honor of interviewing some of the funniest, talented (and occasionally disturbing) comic strip artists currently gracing the web with their content. Strap in and hold on; these aren’t your grandpa’s funnies!

Image courtesy of Alex Hood (Haus of Decline) You’re pretty damn hilarious and talented! When did you first begin your comic strip?

Zach M. Stafford (Extra Fabulous): You are too kind, Missy Martinez. I first began drawing the comics 11 or 12 years ago. My marriage immediately fell apart and I lived in my car for a while. I traveled the country and had very cool adventures!

Beetle Moses: Thank you very much; I get it all from my bubbie. I’ve been drawing all my life, but only really started posting my comics online in the last year.

Image courtesy of Beetle Moses

Alex Hood (Haus of Decline): Thank you! I appreciate the compliment as well as the interview! I’ve been doodling all my life. I did comics for my high school newspaper, but I didn’t start practicing it with any regularity until the pandemic hit, and I wanted a creative project to stave off the boredom. So I started doing these dreadful, over-detailed political cartoons in 2021. They weren’t funny. My takes were bad. But I enjoyed putting creative stuff out there. I started doing the comics I’m most known for now at the start of 2022, after coming to a personal reckoning and realizing that what I genuinely found to be the most funny was crude, base bodily humor.

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