Some people’s thoughts are constantly interrupted by dark humor; it happens to us when we least expect it. If you distribute them at the incorrect time or place, they may occasionally seem a little strange. However, in many situations, adopting a “glass-half-empty” perspective on life can save us and enable us to smile even in the face of adversity. The ‘Dog on the 4th’ comics perfectly capture this.
So, for your viewing pleasure, we’ve compiled some of the funniest and most recent comics from these publications. They should make you laugh, even when things are difficult. After all, dark humor allows us to see the humor in the otherwise unfunny, which is an oddly beautiful quality.
Elliott provided us with some insight into his comic-making process during a previous conversation (discussed in earlier posts) with Bored Panda. “A few years ago, comics entered my life. I was an average middle manager in a corporation who became monotonous with age. I took a much-needed creative break
with Dogs on the Fourth. My first strips were created at business meetings with corporate notes with the intention of refining them afterwards, which hardly ever happened. I’ve been more consistent in producing content ever since my finger (now a stylus) and phone gradually gained control of my cartoon sketches,” he said.