We’d like to introduce you to CarbComics, a funny webcomic about an Indian guy, his girlfriend, his closest buddy, and a slew of other allegorical characters.
These comics cover a wide range of topics and relationships, from amusing social commentary to bizarre and odd strips with hilarious puns. Have you ever wondered how butterflies and butter are related, how ‘eyes’ cream is formed, how toothpaste is actually formed, or why school is referred to as “high” school? This artist answers these questions whether you asked for it or not.Aside from that, the artist puts a comedic and often gloomy twist on ordinary life circumstances, investigates mental health issues that we can all relate to, and even imagines how Earth thinks about humanity’s treatment of it. And it has a lot of them.
CarbComics will draw about anything, so there’s bound to be a comic that will make you laugh or ponder. Please tell us which ones you enjoyed the most.
When it comes to creating new characters and issues, the artist behind CarbComics has a unique take on making comics and doesn’t place himself in a box. Human characters with relevant problems based on real-life experiences, such as love issues, might be featured in one comic.Another includes talking vegetables, astronomical bodies, manifested moods, or even days of the week, as well as mental health difficulties and humorous scenarios. Anything is conceivable in the bizarre world of CarbComics, so you never know what you’ll receive. But two things are certain: it will be inventive and, most likely, amusing.
CarbComics debuted his first comic on Instagram at the end of December 2018 and has since amassed a 15.8k-strong following. But, as life happens, especially during the epidemic, the artist isn’t always consistent with posting on time. The artist recently stated on Instagram that these are difficult times.A lethal coronavirus pandemic is sweeping India, and it will certainly ruin people’s lives.
“I’ve been going through a very depressing period.” My family and I have been lucky enough to be able to support ourselves. However, these are difficult times. Friends and family are dealing with a variety of issues, the nature of which is currently immaterial. I haven’t been able to bring myself to draw comics.I tried traditional art as an outlet, but I’m not sure it’s working. As a diversion from all of this, I’m desiring a lot of food. My life has changed dramatically, and I am unprepared for them. It’s not just about the pandemic; it’s about the consequences as well. “I hope we all make it through,” he wrote.