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20 Hilarious And Relatable “Anxious Animals” Comics That You Will Feel Bad For Laughing At

Artists use comics to showcase their creativity to the world.

There are so many comics out there with so many different themes and topics. I am sure there’s one for everyone. There are people who are into dark humor while others enjoy romantic stories so it is a huge plus point that we have been comic artists who have collectively mastered every domain you can think of. I once saw comics explaining good business skills. With time passing by and the world entering into an era that is beyond the modern era, it is observed that people don’t mind talking or making conversation about sensitive topics. Topics like anxiety, depression, and gender preferences were considered taboo. No one would touch upon them but things have changed now. There is an acceptance of such topics as well. And that is why we are now seeing comic artists create art on such topics. Anxiety is a huge issue and I don’t know about you guys but I have seen artists touch on the topic of anxiety in such a way that you actually like reading through those comics. Thanks to these initiatives, emerging artists feel confident in making comics on topics like anxiety and stress, and sharing them with the internet.

An emerging comic artist Amee Wilson puts her amazing skills and talent to great use by making comics on stress and anxiety. She posts her art on Instagram with almost 16,000 followers. To touch upon such a topic that revolves around people having a sense of fear and unease, Amee, however, managed to effortlessly execute this topic in her comic project “Anxious Animals”. She used animals instead of humans to create relatable comics about anxiety which provides us great insight into how emotional can anxiety be but the inclusion of animals makes everything a tad bit funny which lightens up the scenario and helps her readers read through the whole thing without feeling like they are being targeted.

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1. We always get distracted and no day is ever productive.

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2. Who doesn’t miss their old self, Mr. Frog.

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3. Imagine how many times a giraffe’s heartbeat goes up in a day. Exactly as much as the humans suffering from anxiety.

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4. A problem faced by everyone once they cross the age of 22.

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5. I really don’t know how to react to this extremely relatable comic.

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6. Sorry mate but life is a race and no one can change that.

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7. Because no place is home.

8. Come on, honey. Don’t make it that serious. Just chase the tail, have some fun, and go to sleep.

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9. Don’t worry. Whatever you’re doing is working and that’s all that matters.

10. The giraffe then swiftly moved out of the picture without saying a word.

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I have never seen comics on anxiety presented like this. The animals have been so creatively used. It’s not like they have just randomly thrown an animal in every comic, they have perfectly chosen the right animal for every anxiety problem shown. Such kind of talent only comes in genes. You can’t learn this stuff so I absolutely commend Anee for blessing us with their art.

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11. The problems will only grow bigger the higher you fly.

12. When you like a dress and finally purchase it after a month-worth of thinking, and when you finally try it…you end up hating it.

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13. And that’s all that matters.

14. For god’s sake bird, pick a side.

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15. It’s a love-hate relationship.

16. That was deep.

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17. And I can’t seem to discover it…at all.

18. Buddy, the world nowadays is not moving at all so I would go with the latter.

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19. Sometimes…it is.

20. They keep a watch on us from up there.

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I really hope you guys enjoyed these comics. I am a huge fan of Anxious Animals. Don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section down below.

Stay tuned for more comics!

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