Other Comics
Below is a short description of each comic strip series by Francis Bonnet so you'll have an idea of what you're about to read before you blindly jump in. Oh, and no need to go back to the splash page to read the comics -- you can access them all from here, too!

You can read all the newest Suburban
Fairy Tales
comic strips on:
SuburbanFairyTales.com.

Suburban Fairy Tales features a cast of fairy tale characters living in modern suburbia. Pinocchio, Rapunzel, The Frog Prince and countless other characters are thrown together in this tale of humor and fantasy. Known for poking fun at classic characters and their legendary fables, Suburban Fairy Tales will have you laughing and reminiscing all at once!

Suburban Fairy Tales ran from 2005-2006 and then started up again in 2008. The strip is updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.


You can read all the
Insane Forest comic strips on:
InsaneForest.com.

Insane Forest is edgier than previous comics by Francis Bonnet, but that doesn't make them any less funny! This series features a cast of animal characters who live in a forest, are very much insane, and hate each other with a passion. Over-the-top slapstick comedy and violence permeates from every crevice of this strip!

Insane Forest ran from March 2013 through November 2013 and is currently on hiatus.

NOTE: INSANE FOREST CONTAINS CARTOON VIOLENCE AND IS SUGGESTED FOR READERS 13 AND UP.


All Made To Malfunction comic strips
are archived by year.
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Meet Dr. Mortimer M. Mortimer, an inventor trying to make a name for himself. Unfortunately, his inventions never work quite right. To further his misfortune, Mortimer's wise-cracking housekeeping robot, Error, refuses to clean... and his neighbor, Mindy, has no idea how much he's in love with her! Mortimer's life is always one malfunction after another!

Made To Malfunction ran from 2006-2008 and has since ended.


All Crunchy comic strips
are archived by year.
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Crunchy features a crazy turtle of the same name and his enjoyment of annoying others. The strip features a wide range of characters, both children and animal and their adventures in everyday life. The vein, self-centered Patrick eventually takes over as the strip's main character, despite the name Crunchy.

Crunchy ran from 2003 to 2005 and has since ended.


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