Comics have been the best medium to show us the things that are going around us. Dark comedy or dark comics is a comic style that creates light of subjects that are usually reflected as taboo or serious. And, if you have landed up here, you really have a fondness for dark comics and humor. A new artist Martin Rosner has started creating some amazing dark comics and gives up a glimpse of his not so easy life.
Martin said “This whole thing started because I decided to make a comic a day for two months straight. I was severely depressed for two years and failed two colleges but thanks to therapy, meds and a lot of work on myself I’m doing much better. Making these comics to me is like being able to say to my depression, ‘even with you in the way I am still able to make something.
I try to be open about depression, I know it always helps to know that you’re not the only one struggling,” he added. “Getting it out of my system is a great help. People reacting positively to me sharing my feelings is even better. I feel like I make a tiny connection with others. Just a tiny one but it is there.”
1.Did you expect this?
2.What did you develop?
3.Sadness can take over anything and anyone!
4.What if the shark thinks the same?
5.Unplug everything you can possibly find.
6.Better than all of your combined.
7.So what’s better? Staying warm or struggling to understand thermodynamics?
8.He can’t leave. I am sitting on his luggage.
9.Just answer me why?
10.What would Jesus do?
12.Do you get why the office dog is here?
13.I am sad because I can’t hug you anymore.
14.You are not really a match for me.
15.You really think that the little shark is lame?
“First I have to make a website, then figure out how to sell prints properly,” the artist told. “I don’t have an end goal in mind but several smaller ones. I try not to focus too much on the number and statistics because I know that’s the best way to make yourself miserable.”
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Source: Hope Online