Pun Based Title /
- Com'c features an art style that doesn't show eyes. As such, it is an i-less comic, i.e. a com'c.
- The pun extends to the word used for an individual strip - Com'c strips are officially dubbed "str'ps".
- Partially Clips, whose title is pronounced the same as "partial eclipse".
- YU+ME: dream , where the Japanese word for "dream" is yume.
- From the same author, Meaty Yogurt needs to be spoken aloud with an American accent for the pun to be apparent.
- Spoofed in The Non-Adventures of Wonderella, where every strip is given an intentionally horrible pun-based title.
- Darths & Droids abbreviates to D&D. Lampshaded in the FAQ.
- Work Sucks follows the characters at their jobs that happen to involve a lot of monsters and gadgets that have vacuum breath.
- Claude & Monet, for obvious reasons.
- In Level 30 Psychiatry, most of the strips have pun-based titles, one to the point that significant ones can be identified by the fact they don't.
- Pretty much every single Whomp! strip has a pun for a title, like "Push and Pool", "Tragic Carpet Ride" or "Booty Sleep".
- iToons combines this with Double-Meaning Title: it's both a pun on iTunes and a reference to the fact that it presents imaginary strips from other comics (i.e. iToons).
- One-Punch Man is titled "ワンパンマン" in Japanese, which reads "wanpanman", which is a play on Anpanman, which the series pokes fun of.
- Awkward Zombie's creator loves wordplay titles. The title of almost every strip in the comic is a pun of some sort.