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The Smashing Cartoons (Archive)

Cartoon #39: Web Battle

Smashing Cartoon #39

Cartoon #38: Designer’s Conscience

Smashing Cartoon #38

Cartoon #37: Modern Jobs

Smashing Cartoon #37

Cartoon #36: Back to work

Smashing Cartoon #36

Cartoon #35: Happy New Year

Smashing Cartoon #35

Cartoon #34: Wishes

Smashing Cartoon #34

Cartoon #33: The Beatles

Smashing Cartoon #33

Cartoon #32: iPhone 4, White

Smashing Cartoon #32

Cartoon #31: Cookies

Smashing Cartoon #31

Cartoon #30: Children

Smashing Cartoon #30

Cartoon #29: Search III

Smashing Cartoon #29

Cartoon #28: Search II

Smashing Cartoon #28

Cartoon #27: Search

Smashing Cartoon #27

Cartoon #26: New Experiences

Smashing Cartoon #26

Cartoon #25: Evolution (Some Things Never Change)

Smashing Cartoon #25

Cartoon #24: Food Delivery

Smashing Cartoon #24

Cartoon #23: Ping Without Pong

Smashing Cartoon #23

Cartoon #22: Open Standard Live Streaming

Smashing Cartoon #22

Cartoon #21: Face and Places

Smashing Cartoon #21

Cartoon #20: The Smashing Cartoons

Smashing Cartoon #20

Cartoon #19: Forbidden Apps

Smashing Cartoon #19

Cartoon #18: Twitter Birds II

Smashing Cartoon #18

Cartoon #17: Twitter Birds

Smashing Cartoon #17

Cartoon #16: Crime Scene

Smashing Cartoon #16

Cartoon #15: Hell’s Meeting

Smashing Cartoon #15

Cartoon #14b: Summer Holiday

Smashing Cartoon #14

Cartoon #14: Summer Holiday

Smashing Cartoon #13

Cartoon #13: How To Choose a Smartphone

Smashing Cartoon #12

Cartoon #12: Comments

Smashing Cartoon #12

Cartoon #11: The Flash Guy

Smashing Cartoon #11

Cartoon #10: Adobe vs. Apple

Smashing Cartoon #10

Cartoon #9: Jessica Talk Show (Cont.)

Smashing Cartoon #9

Cartoon #8: Jessica Talk Show

Smashing Cartoon #8

Cartoon #7: Smashing Team and Ricardo Gimenes

Smashing Cartoon #7

Cartoon #6: The Intern

Smashing Cartoon #6

Cartoon #5: The Intern

Smashing Cartoon #5

Cartoon #4: How to make money from iPad

Smashing Cartoon #4

Cartoon #3: iPhone OS 4

Smashing Cartoon #3

Cartoon #2: iPad

Smashing Cartoon #2

Cartoon #1

Smashing Cartoon #1

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  1. 1

    so funny,so creative… i like it :)

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  2. 2

    very cool! cute little “Smashies” :)

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  3. 3

    Excellent! This browser just incredible (:

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  4. 4

    Was there something funny on that page? I don’t get it

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    • 5

      Philippe Alves

      March 26, 2010 8:46 am

      This is a good description of what we feel for IE6 and its brothers about website rendering. Funny!

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  5. 6

    nice !!! :D Like it.

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  6. 7

    Very funny!

    I would like to see bigger images :P

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  7. 8

    Lol… The little IE character is funny… “WHAT!?”

    Can’t wait for the series…

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  8. 9

    I like it :D

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  9. 10

    This should be fun. Best of luck Ricardo! (tip: ignore the haters)

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  10. 11

    wow , that’s very funny and good step from smashingmagazine for comic web cartoons ;)

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  11. 12

    What’s the license on these? Would love to be able to share, like XKCD. #1 is fabulous!

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  12. 13

    Me Likez!

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  13. 14

    this has to be a lot better than your fail comic.

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    • 15

      I wondered how far down the comments I’d have to read before I saw one like that. Cartoons/Comics are meant to be subjective. Each to their own and all that.

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  14. 16

    Carlos Arellano

    March 26, 2010 10:38 am

    Aww! The little ie character almost makes me like the browser. Almost.

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  15. 17

    coolzz

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  16. 18

    Cool Cartoons

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  17. 19

    Ricardo Gimenes

    March 27, 2010 5:59 am

    Thanks guys ;)

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    Stefan Wallin

    March 27, 2010 11:51 am

    Very good initiative! I’ve been longing for a smashing comic! Please make sure to put them up in a good manner so one can read them through a rss-reader or similar on the cellphones. I read all my comics on my phone while I’m on the subway or the likes.

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    Alex Köhler

    March 27, 2010 3:05 pm

    I don’t like IE5 6 7 8 either.
    I do like cartoons.
    I sneak around quite a while.

    But: I don’t get it.

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  20. 22

    I like is cool!

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