Total Nerd This Professional Cartoon Network Artist Makes Comics On The Side, And They're WAY Too Weird For TV  

Nathan Gibson
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List Rules Vote up the comics that may be too weird for TV but aren't too weird for you.

The internet is absolutely full of weird web comics. Some of the best work out there comes from Nathan Bulmer, the man behind the hugely funny Eat More Bikes. Born in Seattle and educated at the School of Visual Arts in New York, he has worked on shows such as Cartoon Network’s Regular Show as a storyboard artist and on the Netflix original series Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh.

The genius of these Nathan Bulmer comics are the utterly nerdy and unique style Bulmer infuses in them. Bulmer has an absurdist sense of humor that incites laughs out of its sheer strangeness and unexpectedness. 

So if you want to read some funny comics that appeal to the weirdo in all of us, take a look at this Cartoon Network artist's personal art. Just be aware of your surroundings while you do as you are almost certain to laugh out loud.

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The Bootylicious Reaper


The Bootylicious Reaper is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list This Professional Cartoon Network Artist Makes Comics On The Side, And They're WAY Too Weird For TV
Photo:  Nathan Bulmer /Instagram
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A Lonely Road Trip


A Lonely Road Trip is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list This Professional Cartoon Network Artist Makes Comics On The Side, And They're WAY Too Weird For TV
Photo:  Nathan Bulmer/Instagram
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Every Trophy Counts


Every Trophy Counts is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list This Professional Cartoon Network Artist Makes Comics On The Side, And They're WAY Too Weird For TV
Photo:  Nathan Bulmer/Instagram
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Miniature Robin Couldn’t Even Help Here


Miniature Robin Couldn’t Even ... is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list This Professional Cartoon Network Artist Makes Comics On The Side, And They're WAY Too Weird For TV
Photo:  Nathan Bulmer/Instagram