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30 Funny Comics With Surprising Twists From The Webcomic “Cat Trigger”

Life is full of unexpected situations, and some artists just utilize those situations to turn them into hilarious illustrations. After all, you guys may not like the twists and turns of life, but you may enjoy them in a combination of art and humor. Today, we’d like to introduce an amazing artist who makes fun of life’s twists to bring laughter to everyone. Meet Patrick Cheng, our special guest, who will show you many interesting things through his comics.

Patrick Cheng is a webcomic artist and writer. He is the creator behind the hilarious comic series “Cat Trigger” which deals with random topics and issues in modern society. It’s no exaggeration to say that the comic has everything in it: “humor, darkness, twists and turns, elements of randomness, an easy-going drawing style, and much, much more.” Thanks to the versatility and diversity of themes, structures, and styles, his works are so distinct from other comics. While many artists are trying to find their own style, Patrick offered a collection of comics that fit many differing tastes. That is something not many comic artists can do.

In a recent interview, the man proudly says that he is “a professional artist, animator, and motion designer that’s been working largely in tech and advertising for the last 15 years.” He also adds: “I’ve always loved drawing comics since I was a kid, and comics have been the source of inspiration for my professional career. I love making people laugh, and comics have been a great way to do that.”

A fun fact about the title “Cat Trigger” is that Patrick chose this name because he is allergic to cats, so he can’t have them as pets. However, for a consolation prize, the artist drew this blue cat character, which became a “mascot” for him. Additionally, he calls it “Cat Trigger” as a combination of the cat mascot and “Trigger” to start something. That’s how this name was born!

With diverse topics and styles, “Cat Trigger” will surely crack you up. Scroll down to enjoy the funniest comics from this webcomic!

#1 Fan theory

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#2 I apologize for being so brave

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#3 Sad but true which is why I read the manga instead

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#4 Cringe is over. Let people enjoy things

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#5 What has science done?

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#6 Spongebob with glowing eyes!!

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#7 If you dance like this, you are too powerful. That’s why we banned you from the dance floor. What other dances do you do?

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#8 No escape

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#9 Woah dude no! I think its too late for her

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#10 Don’t you hate when this happens?

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#11 They must never know

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#12 Never have I experienced such villainy and monstrosity

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#13 It’s the Devil!

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#14 I mean, let’s be honest. I’ve seen a lot of people like you. l, barely any like the other girl

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#15 I get hives whenever I see Minions on the internet now

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#16 More who’s your daddy

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#17 That took me a second

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#18 Critical thinking. This stuff is needed

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#19 Clippy rises from the dead…

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#20 Influencers trying to own a business

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#21 Something I struggle with all the time

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#22 How to win an argument on the internet

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#23 Back in your days, it sucked

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#24 Whose… 😟

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#25 God school 101

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#26 Hey you uh… spilled your coffee

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#27 Cheers

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#28 Accurate

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#29 I sense she may be into frogs herself

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#30 Who’s your daddy explained

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