The Perry Bible Fellowship is the ideal mix of whimsical and the dark humor. Nicholas Gurewitch is the founder of this show. He’s been active in the field since 2001. Nicholas portrays his style as the clarity of obscurity and his work is a genuine treat to all the dark humor fans.
We have collected some of his mostly loved comics that went viral on social media. Have a look at these dark humor comics and let us know about your experience in the comments below.
Generally comprising of three or four panels, the webcomics have started in the Syracuse University paper The Daily Orange. The darkly hilarious comics tackle troublesome subjects head-on, and the absolute most regular topics incorporate irony, religion, sexuality, war, sci-fi, suicide, brutality and death.
Some of the time I take a look at my work and imagine that it shows the optimism of my Dad clashing into naturalism of my Mom, Gurewitch told Things In Squares. Or then again, I see the vision of my Mom crashing into the naturalism of my Dad. The possibility of the genuine crashing into the ideal in these unexpected developments have been proposed to me by numerous artists, Nicholas told.
Hard work always pay off. His valiant efforts in this field has earned him an Eisner Award, two Ignatz Awards, and three Harvey Awards. This not just ends here, he has been featured in so many of books and magazines as well.
It’s the result of his hard work that he has build his own Instagram community, where he has got 331K followers. Numbers are increasing everyday.