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Sooner or later, it happens to everybody. You've read the CXM archives backwards and forwards a dozen time. It's Monday night, and there's no new strip until Friday. You begin to experience intense sweating, nausea, dizziness and shortness of breath. Don't panic, just turn to these quality providers of Funny. We've given these web comics the CXM Stamp O' Goodness™ to insure that you will be provided with Funny of only the highest quality.

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Real LifeJust like our life, but daily.
AvalonCrack is less addictive.
Exploding DogSam shares pictures with us. WHAT GOOD ARE SUBMARINES?!
SinfestThe Always Tasty, But Never Filling Tatsuya Ishida.
Life of RileyA man in a kilt and Super Saiyajin Tech Support. Dan feels at home.
Shaw IslandZach Stroum's triumphant return to the world of online comics. I hear bitchin' but I don't hear reading!
Robots and SpacemenJason's notorious OTHER comic
Cigarro and CervejaA talking goose and hare without hallucinogens.
Diesel SweetiesClango explores the confusing world hu-man/robot love.
Mega TokyoAn Otaku and his drunken foul-mouthed compatriot present the lives of an Otaku and his drunken foul-mouthed compatriot stuck in Japan.
Final Fantasy RemixCXM Contributor Jared Goldberg takes you behind the scenes of the popular RPG.
PVPA reasonable substitute to starting your own video game magazine.
Penny ArcadeTycho and Gabe make Kai look sane.

All text and images 2000 by Jason, Kai, Dan, Tony, and Mecha Gaijin. He WILL kick your ass. Instant superfine!
All characters are ™ & © their respective owners. All Rights Reserved. Some Comics Ex Machina (CXM) strips are satirical in nature, and are not intended maliciously. CXM has invented all names and situations in its strips, except in cases when public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental, or used as a fictional depiction or personality parody. CXM makes no representation as to the truth or accuracy of the preceding information.