- "Guitar Hero":
- Though the comic itself is not funny, the mouseover text for "Back To The Future" is pretty funny.
"He's kind of an asshole, when you think about it"
- The pretty clever song parody "50 Ways To Learn To Hover".
- The mouse rollover text. Oh, good god, the mouse rollover text.
- It gets better (or worse) when you get the alternate image of Taft in lesbian erotica.
- Would not buy again.
- Note particularly the title on that one.
- "Go go Power Rangers!"
- "P.P.S. I can kill you with my brain."
- "Wait a second. Are you asking me to show her a mediocre time?"
- CTRL-C! CTRL-C!
- Know Your Vines.
- The directions on Google Maps.
- And who could forget the voting machine gem.
- "You refuse to quarter troops in your house?" "I have few principles, but I stick to them."
- That entire arc. "However, on review of your qualifications, we've decided to sentence you to death. An unorthodox move, sure. But the vote was unanimous."
- Even funnier for us biology majors.
- ... Are you doing anything later?
- Provided you get the reference, Alternative Energy Revolution.
- In their spoof of The Matrix, when given the Red Pill, Blue Pill choice, Neo takes both pills, grinds them to a fine dust, then snorts the resulting purple dust. It causes reality to fracture.
Morpheus: Now look what you've done...
Neo: Where are we?
Morpheus: I have no idea.
- The entirety of the "Race" arc.
"So, wait. Summer's actually weird, Jewel's actually a mechanical whiz...Will Morena Baccarin be here? Is she really a—?"
Jewel Staite: She says, "Plan Gamma acknowledged. The meerkats are in the bag." ... So we're good?
Nathan Fillion: Hard to tell with her. Did you see an actual bag of meerkats?
Jewel Staite: No.
Nathan Fillion: Then we're probably good.
Nathan Fillion: No, use my space name!
Summer Glau: I'm part of the floor now.
- "Could not reproduce." (Alt Text: Can't and shouldn't.)
- "Daddy? I wanna be a scientist!"
- "Aw, crap."
- "I...fondle the castle guard? That doesn't seem right."
- "It did do six damage, though."
- The Alt Text for "Core": If you're a geologist or geophysicist and you don't introduce yourself by saying your name, then gesturing downwards and say "...and I study that", I don't know what you're doing with your life.
- "Are you sure you're a doctor?" "Almost definitely."
- For anyone who's read The Wealth Of Nations ...
- Alt Text: 'Rating 1/5. Room filled to brim with semen, and when front desk clerk opened mouth to talk, bedbugs poured out.'
- "Can anyone tell me what's wrong with this picture?"
- We overthought this.
- Late-Night PBS. Who knew there was a darker version of Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? on the air?
- The Alt Text to Compare and Contrast.
- "The trick was fuckin'." (imgur link because "Umwelt" changes by location/browser/referrer)
- "...And this is the future if you give up the fight over the word 'literally'."
- "Click and Drag" is big enough to have individual moments within it:
- Just over the mountain from the start, a birder looks left through her binoculars and exclaims, "Ooh, a yellow warbler!" Her friend replies, "Cool"—not needing binoculars to see the giant flying jellyfish immediately to their right.
- In a deep, deep dark cave, two poor souls trapped at the bottom of a pit call out:
- Wishbone does Fifty Shades of Grey.
- In a disturbing way, "Rubber and Glue".
- Nothing To Offer.
- Conditioning. Just imagine what would happen if you tried to pull it off.
- Imagine a giant bowling ball on a rubber sheet...
- "Every change breaks someone's workflow." Even repairing a bug that makes the computer overheat when you hold the space bar, apparently.
- 10-Day Forecast
- Randall's take on the 2013 US government shutdown. "Are you okay? Do you need help?"
- 20th-Century headlines rewritten to get more clicks.
- Have you read James Joyce's Love Letters? The phrases "my little fuckbird" and "arse full of farts" appear. If we want to write the next Ulysses, our generation may not be sexting enough.
- Randall Munroe shows the downside of having immense troubleshooting powers.
- Beret Guy continues to inexplicably succeed in business in utter defiance of common sense and possibly the laws of causality.
- Did you know you can just buy lab coats?
- The Five-Minute Comics series has sad circumstances, but the comics themselves are very funny. The "hotness rating" one in the first part is darkly hilarious.