Ok, so if you are a nerd or geek of any kind then you have probably seen an XKCD or two. Well I am a die hard early adopting computer science geeky programming nerd – and have probably seen each and every one of them on the days that they are released.
But odds are if you haven’t seen these at all, or have seen a couple, then this list is for you! I have went through and picked out some of my favorite XKCD comics of all time (So far)!
Disclaimer: Before the haters post “Why didn’t you include episode XXX!? WTF!” there are a lot of these, and some of your favorites may not be included, so if you have a fav that isn’t here, feel free to leave it in the comments! Also note, these are in no particular order.
Perhaps we are getting ahead of ourselves here, some of you are probably wondering, wtf is xkcd?
XKCD is Awesomesauce!
It’s basically one of the most popular web comics ever made. It appeals to almost every geek because the topics are so broad that they give you the human side of geekdom – Topics include: Love, Math, Computer Science & Programming just to name a few. It has even been featured in Wired Magazine!
If you are wondering what it stands for… It’s not actually an acronym. It’s just a word with no phonetic pronunciation. It stands for the comic and everything the comic stands for!
XKCD is a creation of Randall Munroe that has completely exploded since its inception way back in in September of 2005 when Munroe decided to scan doodles from his school notebooks and put them on his webpage.
Now that you are all caught up.
The Best of XKCD (in No Particular Order)
I hope that you laughed your butt off, and enjoyed this post :)
again, If you have any that you enjoy that were not listed, please link to them below!
Also, on a totally unrelated note to this post – Me and Richard have launched Raster Rebels – A New Kickass Design Blog – So Check it out!
Thanks for Reading!
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