1. First laugh is the deepest.
The Annual is a new humor magazine positioned somewhere between The New Yorker and laughing at a guy who just fell down.
The modest crew behind this chuckle-filled rag are looking for just 500 people who wouldn’t mind laughing uproariously on a bimonthly basis. We can use a good laugh, but this ain’t no joke: The Annual is our Project of the Day.
kevintumbles:

I hope you aren’t sick of campaigns, because the next one starts today!
That’s right, today marks the beginning of The Annual’s Kickstarter campaign. That means we have 30 days to raise $1500 to bring our first issue to print. Help us bring laughter into at least 500 homes (one of which could be yours).
Simply click the picture to be taken to our Kickstarter page, OR follow this link:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1251847388/the-annual
Illustration by: David Luna

    First laugh is the deepest.

    The Annual is a new humor magazine positioned somewhere between The New Yorker and laughing at a guy who just fell down.

    The modest crew behind this chuckle-filled rag are looking for just 500 people who wouldn’t mind laughing uproariously on a bimonthly basis. We can use a good laugh, but this ain’t no joke: The Annual is our Project of the Day.

    kevintumbles:

    I hope you aren’t sick of campaigns, because the next one starts today!


    That’s right, today marks the beginning of The Annual’s Kickstarter campaign. That means we have 30 days to raise $1500 to bring our first issue to print. Help us bring laughter into at least 500 homes (one of which could be yours).

    Simply click the picture to be taken to our Kickstarter page, OR follow this link:

    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1251847388/the-annual

    Illustration by: David Luna

    (via theannualonline)

    View on Kickstarter
  2. Trick question.
What if Hamlet just offed Claudius in Act One? Couldn’t the ghost of Hamlet’s father have done more creepy haunting and really freaked out some Danes? What if Ophelia totally owned the crazy and stole that whiny prince’s existential thunder? Also, pirates!
To Be or Not to Be: That is the Adventure gives readers a chance to rewrite (fictional) history. This “choosable-path” story allows Shakespeareans and Bard noobs alike to play through the play and make critical choices for our heroes along the way — thereby making the greatest work in the English language totally even better and more awesome in every way.
Creator Ryan North is also responsible for other gloriously silly ideas, like his beloved Dinosaur Comics and B to the F (a page-by-page review of the Back to the Future novelization). But this is his very first attempt to mess with Shakespeare — Bloody, bawdy villain! Remorseless, treacherous, lecherous, kindless villain!

    Trick question.

    What if Hamlet just offed Claudius in Act One? Couldn’t the ghost of Hamlet’s father have done more creepy haunting and really freaked out some Danes? What if Ophelia totally owned the crazy and stole that whiny prince’s existential thunder? Also, pirates!

    To Be or Not to Be: That is the Adventure gives readers a chance to rewrite (fictional) history. This “choosable-path” story allows Shakespeareans and Bard noobs alike to play through the play and make critical choices for our heroes along the way — thereby making the greatest work in the English language totally even better and more awesome in every way.

    Creator Ryan North is also responsible for other gloriously silly ideas, like his beloved Dinosaur Comics and B to the F (a page-by-page review of the Back to the Future novelization). But this is his very first attempt to mess with Shakespeare — Bloody, bawdy villain! Remorseless, treacherous, lecherous, kindless villain!

    View on Kickstarter
  3. Yuks.
The Annual is a new bimonthly humor magazine created by Yoo-hoo-swilling editor Kevin Cole and his merry band of contributors from around the country.
With an estimated lifespan of more than 200 years and an uncompromising creative vision, The Annual seeks to find the infinitesimally tiny common ground between MAD magazine and the New Yorker — or, as Cole puts it, like National Lampoon without the “straight-to-DVD phase.”
Backers can support the project and score a copy of the first issue for just $5.

    Yuks.

    The Annual is a new bimonthly humor magazine created by Yoo-hoo-swilling editor Kevin Cole and his merry band of contributors from around the country.

    With an estimated lifespan of more than 200 years and an uncompromising creative vision, The Annual seeks to find the infinitesimally tiny common ground between MAD magazine and the New Yorker — or, as Cole puts it, like National Lampoon without the “straight-to-DVD phase.”

    Backers can support the project and score a copy of the first issue for just $5.

    View on Kickstarter
  4. Life Begins at Incorporation.
Matt Bors has been obsessively drawing political cartoons every week since 2003. A finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize, Bors’ work has been printed in papers across the country — but he’s still never published a collection of his work. 
Now Bors has compiled his satirical gems into a single 225-page volume, Life Begins at Incorporation, and he’s looking for backers to make his book a reality. The cartoonist sees America getting more “cray cray” by the day, and his darkly funny drawings are payback. Just in time for two more days of political madness, Bors’ book is our Project of the Day.

    Life Begins at Incorporation.

    Matt Bors has been obsessively drawing political cartoons every week since 2003. A finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize, Bors’ work has been printed in papers across the country — but he’s still never published a collection of his work. 

    Now Bors has compiled his satirical gems into a single 225-page volume, Life Begins at Incorporation, and he’s looking for backers to make his book a reality. The cartoonist sees America getting more “cray cray” by the day, and his darkly funny drawings are payback. Just in time for two more days of political madness, Bors’ book is our Project of the Day.