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And Here we see David Attenborough in his Natural Habit

Observe the specimen, Sir David Attenborough. In 2012, the natural history filmmaker celebrated an astonishing 60-year career documenting the natural world that we live in.

In this rare look, Rosemary Mosco of Bird & Moon nature comics turns the attention firmly on Attenborough, wondering what it be like if he were the subject of a nature documentary. Check out the full strip after the jump, and read it aloud in your best David Attenborough voice.

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Read This: “Bongcheon-Dong” Web Comic

Written and illustrated by someone called HORANG, Bongcheon-Dong is a Korean web comic that tells the tale of a girl who is walking home from school late one night and encounters a crippled woman. I won’t spoil it for you, view the comic here (the story unfolds as you scroll down), and let us know your reaction in the comments.

[via @VoicyZA]

Emily Carroll’s “The Prince & The Sea”

Until today, I never knew about Emily Carroll. And I have Google’s Jennifer Hom to thank for that discovery.

Carroll is an artist from Vancouver, British Columbia and in her latest comic, she draws out a tale of a prince who falls in love with an enchanting mermaid, and moves the earth to be with her. Hit the jump to see the first few panels of Carroll’s wonderfully-drawn romance comic, The Prince & The Sea.

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Axe Cop: I’ll Chop Your Head Off!

An axe-wielding, moustachioed cop teams up with another cop who possesses a flute. Flute cop then unexpectedly turns into a dinosaur soldier,  and the crime-fighting duo decides to rid the world of preposterous enemies, like Pretzel Head, who literally has a pretzel for a head. You’d think that the ideas come straight out of a child’s mind. And you’d be right. Comic book artist Ethan Nicolle was playing teams up with his 5-year old brother Malachai, to put the creative imaginings of his little brother onto paper. The results are absurd, badass, and so very awesome.

There are currently six episodes chronicling the adventures of Axe Cop. See them at http://axecop.com.

Also be sure to check out Comics Alliance for an interview with the creators, and follow Axe Cop on Twitter.

[via Buzzfeed]

White Ninja


White Ninja Comics is a comic about a ninja, who is white, and who has many adventures, and saves the world over, and over, and over again, and gets the ladies, and is searching for a way to return to reunite with his father on Mount Olympus.

White Ninja has over 800 comics to date. See them in the White Ninja Archives – via Cracked.com.