Comics of the Week #20

Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD.

The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers.

These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world today.

So for a few moments, take a break from your daily routine, have a laugh and enjoy these funny cartoons.

Feel free to leave your comments and suggestions below as well as any related stories of your own…

 

Letter to Boss

 

Overkill

 

The Ugly Avatar

 

Lucky Me

 

Mr. Perfection

Can you relate to these situations? Please share your funny stories and comments below…


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  • http://www.rkrichardson.com R.K. Richardson

    I’m definitely feelin’ the “Lucky Me” comic. Story of my life and career- lol! :-)

  • http://www.kumailht.com Kumail Hunaid

    This is the best move WDD has ever taken! I love these comics & never miss out on them :)

  • http://gauravmishra.com Gaurav Mishra

    Mr. Perfection is having a hard time :D with his non quenching thirst.
    The web comics touch the part of professionals in lighter ways. I liked them a lot over the weekends

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/zenrishabh/ Zenrishabh

    loved it!

  • kyriakos

    cant wait for no1 to happen to me :)

  • pesho

    Lolo
    Thanks

  • http://jotaprojects.se Jonna

    As previous comment this comics are great! They really light up my weekend. Thanks WDD!

  • http://sailing.souladventurer.eu Kristaps Lazda

    Good stuff, man! :D:D:D

  • http://www.5alarmint.com Jamal

    I like the ugly avatar best!

  • http://www.twitter.com/codephase Codephase

    brilliant set of comics. the screen overkill one cracked me up! great job!

  • http://www.creatuswebdesign.nl Gert van den Brink

    I hope the ‘Letter to boss’ become real in my life someday (soon if possible). But my letter would be a little nicer…

  • http://bedavacanlimacizle.com/ Anmy

    :D wery good comedy :D

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/kkusaa Kusa

    Mr. Perfection is real killer for me. I hate it. It stops you to grow up. Just learn how to avoid it. Better to do the best at the time, but at time and send it. And move on another project where you can push your limits more and add some more bits here and there. And send it. And move to another project, and you will learn more and more….

    I was stucked for many days on some project and its really not great….it kills your bussines. You should be a Mr. Perfection or you could, but you must know the limits.

    Its better to grow up with every project than just “polishing” one for ages….

  • Izzy roll

    : ) great job as always!!

  • http://twitter.com/sammidnight Sergei Tatarinov

    Nice one :) “Letter to boss”.. that’s about my buddy designer, he had same situation last week and now runs his own company!

  • http://www.cricketdesign.com.br/blog Alexandre Fittipaldi

    The “Lucky me” is the best!!! It happens all over the world!

  • http://www.graphic-novels.com Dennis Francis

    I remember using Photoshop 2. My wife definitely can relate to that cartoon because I’ve been known to spend a lot of time making what was a profitable project worthless by the time I was done.

    Working with web comics have actually trained me to move faster although my wife still looks over my shoulder to stop me from tweaking too much.

  • http://www.bigtunainteractive.com Adam Hermsdorfer

    These comics crack me up! Look forward them every week…

  • http://www.beebig,ro gogonel

    lucky me is awsome; it feels so true :))

  • http://desaindigital.com jeprie

    Woohooo! Lucky Me.

  • http://www.jordanwalker.net Jordan Walker

    Those are awesome.

  • http://www.bloggs74.com/ Natasha

    hahaha…..its really amazing

  • http://www.alsupipe.com oyun

    Thanks for nice sharing

  • http://www.bankaformu.com Banka

    :) Very funny :)

  • http://www.ukpb.co.uk/ Buy My House

    What a exceptional and amazing comics. Thanks for sharing it.

  • http://www.homebusinessgeeks.com Michelle

    The “lucky me” comic is true in more than one way. Sometimes new business owners will try to get a free design by offering to share in their profits if you’ll do the design for free. Ummmm…not a good idea. Always make sure you charge what you’re worth.

  • http://www.your-scorpion.ru artistmax

    Nice information:)

  • http://www.alejandroperazzo.com Punta del Este Real Estate

    have always wondered how the multiple screen is used

  • Dragyn

    Look forward to these comics every week. They relate so well with my life :)

  • http://www.KAGraphicDesigns.com Kelly

    Very funny…I just found this site and I love the comics. I’m sure I will like the rest too, but I got stuck on the comics. I absolutely love the first one about the freelance business!!