More fun than Abbot and Costello meet Frankstein

Beavis and Butthead meet Hello Kitty thanks to Meghan Murphy’s fabulous comics. For some reason, I’m drawn to things that take the old, familiar and stale and reinvent them to be super-fun again.

As she put it: “Anything can be cute with little Hello Kitty dot eyes and pink little cheeks.” And seriously, if you’ve heard one fart joke, you’ve heard them all. But the cuteness of the characters make their mischevious and rude comments less expected.

She reminds me of Jim Benton, only with a better website.

Sources: Drawn! | Kawaii Not | Jim Benton

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