20 PBF Comics Based on Clever Jokes and Dark Humor Situations

PBF Comics is a web comic and newspaper comic strip created by talented artist Nicholas Gurewitch. The full form of PBF is the Perry Bible Fellowship. This comic series was launched in 2001. PBF gained popularity for its unique combination of dark humor and silly situations. His comics are typically three to four panels long and feature hand-drawn artwork with a simple yet expressive style.

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It’s considered one of the internet’s most beloved web comics. That’s why he has a huge audience of 360,000 followers on his Instagram account. PBF comics use very few words and a lot of visual storytelling. His comics have received recognition for their sharp wit and ability to show strange and surprising aspects of reality. If you are a lover of dark humor, then be sure to check out the following gallery.

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#1. Wrong

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#2. Got it

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#3. Animals In jail

#4. Matched

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#5. Hoping everyone is taking good care of their eggs

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#6. Offensive

He began this comic series as a college newspaper, but with determination and hard work, it has developed to become one of the most popular web comics available today. His comics are full of strange animals, ridiculous situations, and unexpected turns that will make you laugh. His comics never fail to make us laugh because of their surprising twists and dark humor jokes.

#7. The Cars

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#8. Hilarious

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#9. Kids are Thirsty

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#10. Carpet

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#11. Game System

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#12. Time Machine

#13. Best Friends

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#14. Casting call

While new comics were regularly published for many years, PBF updates have become less frequent in recent times. The website mentions that Nicholas Gurewitch is currently focused on other projects, but there’s always the possibility of new comics appearing in the future. But you can check out his earlier posts on our website by simply clicking HereHere, And Here.

#15. Grammar Wizard

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#16. Chew Boy

#17. Enemy

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#18. Satan’s Hell

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#19. Lost a kingdom

#20. Butterfly Catchers

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