Series: Cyanide and Happiness

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Ice Cream & Sadness by Kris Wilson2
Cyanide and Happiness by Kris Wilson3

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  1. Cyanide and Happiness: Punching Zoo (Cyanide & Happiness) by Kris Wilson (2014)
  2. xkcd: Volume 0 by Randall Munroe (2010)
  3. Cyanide & Happiness: Stab Factory by Kris Wilson (2015)
  4. Save Yourself, Mammal!: A Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal Collection by Zach Weinersmith (2011)
  5. 5 Very Good Reasons to Punch a Dolphin in the Mouth (And Other Useful Guides) by The Oatmeal (2011)
  6. My Dog: The Paradox: A Lovable Discourse about Man's Best Friend by The Oatmeal (2013)
  7. Questionable Content: Volume 1 by Jeph Jacques (2010)
  8. Cyanide and Happiness: I'm Giving You the Finger by Dave McElfatrick (2009)
  9. Simon's Cat by Simon Tofield (2009)
  10. Help Is on the Way: A Collection of Basic Instructions by Scott Meyer (2008)
  11. All My Friends Are Dead by Avery Monsen (2010)
  12. The Annotated Wondermark by David Malki ! (2005)
  13. Sinfest: Life Is My Bitch by Tatsuya Ishida (2003)
  14. The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack by Nicholas Gurewitch (2009)
  15. Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened by Allie Brosh (1672)

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