My name is John Sutton. I’m a webcomic craftsman from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
About six years ago, although I’m not a scientist( or even closely related to any scientific arena ), I started choosing comics about a bungling scientist and his robot chum. After fretting my coworkers for weeks with my recent sucks, they suggested that I start posting them online.
After six years, a huge discover bow, and a LOT of self-doubts, I really feel like these comics have come a long way. What I’ve affixed below is some of the funniest comics from the last few years, but if you’d like to see all 550+ comics feel free to check out my website or my social media.
I hope you enjoy!
More info: the-petri-dish.com
Breakroom fridges are the Amazon jungle of the workplace
There are definitely some jiggling things in my fridge, but good-for-nothing moving
Man, that breakroom fridge genuinely necessary cleaning
Is your refrigerator ranging?
This is why Thaddeus doesn’t get invited to countless gatherings
I’m also a chick magnet, but I only allure small-minded fledglings
Actually, bacterial cultures favor hip move
Only Thaddeus could name glass beakers on fire
I recollect I may have dated myself with that Ben Gay reference
He knows too much
Potatos taking over the nations of the world
Man, that is a big potato
Somewhere, a fireman gets a shiver. His dalmatian sobs
The issue was me every time I open my phone
Hopefully the taser was on a low define
If you’re wondering … yes, I just got an instant pan. No, I haven’t positioned my phone in it more, but I kinda want to now
Easy sunny beautiful. Cover lunged
I was dared to realise some’ probe’ puns now, but this is a family comic
A McRose by any other call …
Skip the middle husband
The lowest sort of mood
I’d preferably be a hammer than a nail
How to speak scientist
On one condition
It’s not me, it’s you
Middleage Mutant Enigma Girdles
If I knew you were coming I’d have genetically engineered a cake …
This distinguish is octopied
Not so soft drink
Dog disappeared experiment
If I have learnt far it is because I have stood on the shoulders of interns
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