Dark humor is not for everyone.
Most of the time, with dark humor it is a guarantee that you will cross the line for some people. If something doesn’t give an individual a knee-jerk reaction then it isn’t really dark humor. And we thousands of articles where people claim to showcase dark humor comics that you will love. However, it is rarely what is advertised. But this artist has really themself to create comics that are unique in their own right.
The artist behind these inventions goes by the name of Rémi Lascault and he had the following to say about his work.
I started drawing comics when I was a kid. But then I left this a bit aside because my work took a lot of time. Then, after a few years of working, I was a bit bored in my work, so at lunchtime, I started drawing little comic strips that I started to share on Instagram and I got good feedback, so I continued! I’ve learned a lot by doing advertising, like how to tell a story very fast or how to twist an idea to make it more unexpected. I’m also working on a movie project I have, that’s my next goal!
I can be inspired by anything, a detail, an object I see when I take a walk, a conversation… Inspiration is a weird thing, it seems to come and go as it wishes! In terms of artists, I’ve been inspired a lot by Joan Cornellà or Gudim. But I’m also inspired by all the comic artists from whom I’ve read comics since I was a kid. -Remy
#1 They got the real trash anyway.
#2 Seems like a fair exchange to me.
#3 Technically this is where the web should come from.
#4 Nobody likes to be spun around so much.
#5 Anyone getting Swiss Army Man vibes here?
#6 This is why you don’t litter.
#7 At least she left the one that was under the pillow.
#8 This is the only correct way to parent.
#9 She is taking her name a bit too seriously.
#10 No, Just no.
#11 I bet mothers don’t tell this story to their kids.
#12 The poor ghost will be scarred for life.
#13 He did do her justice though.
#14 Things are about to get freaky.
#15 This way you will never forget the keys.
My comics are mostly stupid. But they can have a deeper feeling to them sometimes too. But whatever the idea I get, I try to have an interesting and unexpected twist to it. It can seem absurd at first, but it always has a kind of logical feel to it. He said that the most challenging thing about creating comics is finding a good idea and the most rewarding is when “you show it and feel that it is a good one.” -Lascault
#16 We do throw around their limbs a lot so I suppose it is fair.
#17 I am thinking he finally reached the ultimate nirvana.
#18 At least he is still smiling.
#19 When you have to think outside the box.
#20 A playful game of Tetris.
#21 He looks quite accomplished as well.
#22 They walk around with their hearts on a plate.
#23 This is why you don’t test lipstick.
#24 The pirates are just as confused as everyone else.
#25 Kylie Jenner would be shaking in her boots right now.
#26 True love right here.
#27 He made quite the splash when he passed away.
People react generally pretty well to my comics, so I’m really happy about that. And it keeps me going. Yes, sometimes I get some negative criticism. Most of the time its trolls, or sometimes it’s just a matter of not liking my idea or my style, but you can’t please everyone. And very few times, some people take the joke personally and feel hurt, then I answer them and explain that I joke about anything if the joke seems good to me, and it has nothing to do with them. And in general, they get it.
Also, it happens that I remove a comic when I’m not sure it’s good, or if I see that people don’t get it at all.
#28 Just think of some sad things and it will fill back up in no time.
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