20 Quirky Comics Perfectly Portrays Social Commentary by Luke McGarry

As a timely reminder that everyone benefits from laughter, we bring you a new collection of comic strips today that perfectly portray social commentary. The artist goes by Luke McGarry. His quirky comics resonate with readers due to their unexpected turns, which might vary from uncomfortable situations to hilarious jokes. He has a huge audience of 91,000 followers on her Instagram account.

He is a British illustrator, cartoonist, animator, and designer currently based in Los Angeles. The artist was born in Manchester, UK, in 1987. He is known for his quirky and humorous style, often tackling pop culture and social commentary. His storytelling talent is exceptional. This artist’s comics have a dark theme that is based on social commentary. If you want to enjoy his best 20 comics, then keep scrolling to the section below.

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#1. Rainy Day

#2. Gloomy Weather

#3. Reservation

#4. Internet

#5. Do not tap

#6. What’s the matter?

He is the youngest ever recipient of the Silver T-Square Award from the National Cartoonists Society. He also has three Advertising Illustrator of the Year awards from the National Cartoonist Society and is the creator of the popular internet phenomenon, Sad Chewie. It’s because of his dedication and hard work that he achieves such rewards.

#7. Reflection

#8. Public domain

#9. What’s your problem?

#10. Special Occasion

#11. No Music, No Life

#12. Imagine

#13. Who are you?

His work often features iconic characters and satirical takes on pop culture. His comics are not for everyone. People who like dark humor will surely enjoy his comics. If you like the blog, please share it. Just tell me what specifically interests you about Luke McGarry in the comment section. If you want to enjoy his earlier posts on our website, then click here, here, and here.

#14. Exhausted and Miserable

#15. Freelance party

#16. Bad News

#17. Slip

#18. Massive

#19. Attitude of gratitude

#20. Dreams

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