If you've spent any time reading webcomics at all, you're probably familiar with Perry Bible Fellowship, a highly-lauded, whimsically twisted strip by Nicholas Gurewitch that ran online till early 2008, when it went on indefinite hiatus after winning Eisner, Ignatz and Web Cartoonist Choice Awards, not to mention the heart of the internet. Gurewitch has since been focusing on other projects, including film, animated s
Sadness: While new Perry Bible Fellowship comics have been popping up from time to time, official word from Nicholas Gurewitch is that "I don't think I'll be posting new ones on any kind of a regularized basis." RATS!
It's been a while now since fans of "Perry Bible Fellowship" have been able to enjoy regular -- or any -- updates of the brilliantly twisted webcomic, and while we wish creator Nicholas Gurewitch the best in all his other endeavors, we must admit that the absence of the once-weekly strip has left a skub-shaped hole in our life.
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The award-winning Perry Bible Fellowship comic strip features bitingly sarcastic representations of themes that include religion, sexuality, war, science fiction, suicide, violence, and death. The comics explore the irony of reality (or the reality of irony) in a dark and farcical manner through