Do you fondly remember pulling out the comics section of the Sunday paper when you were a (legally defined) kid? Was your overdue-book list at the library populated with Calvin and Hobbes or Garfield anthologies? If so, you may already be familiar with Nedroid. If not, I highly recommend you visit Nedroid.com and begin hitting the “Random Comic” button the next time you get bored.
Each standalone comic is ridiculous, goofy, and hilarious, and the best thing is that you don’t have to do any research on the comic to begin enjoying each strip.
Chronicling the adventures of Beartato (a bear-potato hybrid), Reginald (a bird man), and Harrison (a shark man), the Nedroid Picture Diary is filled with a large archive of past Beartato/Reginald comics. Also sprinkled in are random standalone comics that don’t feature the aforementioned anthropomorphic characters, which are equally as hilarious.
You can get your regular (or irregular, depending on the artist’s mood) dose of the Internet’s favorite potato bear by following Anthony/Nedroid on the Internet websites designed for networking socially:
- Official Site: http://nedroid.com/
- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NedroidComics
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/nedroid
- TopatoCo Store: http://www.topatoco.com/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=TO&Category_Code=NED