Despite the title, Doodle For Food comics are rarely about food. They are, however, incredibly cute, sometimes a bit snarky, and definitely good for a laugh or two. Artist Megan McKay began drawing the comic for fun in 2013 and eventually turned it into a full time job. She often features the work of guest artists as well, so other great webcomic creators of the internet show up from time to time featuring their work.
A fan of all things cute, McKay's world includes a lot of cats, best friend moments, and a magic creature known as Unipegasaurus. Although Doodle For Food is adorable to look at, McKay also dives into more insightful and sometimes dark topics. Her webcomics aren't afraid to dive into awkward humor and self deprecation, all while embracing the absurd. McKay's work can be found on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter but to get a taste of her humorous webcomics with a side of cute, take a look at the best of Doodle For Food below.