C-Section Comics has been around for 11 years and has probably touched on just about any subject you can think of ironically, from serious social issues to political satire or geeky pop culture streaks. Some C-section comics are soft and harmless while others have darker undertones and a bit of sarcasm.
The artist behind these hilarious comics, Aidan Schneider, who first shared his comics with us here nearly two years ago, spoke about his art to Bored Panda:
“I’ve been drawing since I can remember myself. I’ve posted quite a few webcomics in the past, but C-Section Comics is my longest-running comic book on the web, I’ve been drawing for 11 years now. It doesn’t have a fixed theme, I just draw random silly thoughts and jokes that come up To my mind. Some recurring themes include black humor, technology, manic humor, existentialism, office humor, programming (by the way, I’m a programmer), politics, social issues, God, religion, relationships, the Bible, nihilism, and television/movies.”
The artist said he’s slowed down a bit drawing the comics since COVID-19 started because he’s had to reprioritize life, but he assured us he’s going back to drawing full speed now, so this is the perfect time to follow up on Schneider. work.
Aidan Schneider takes us back to the beginning of electronic comics and how it got its name.
I knew I wanted a random cartoon, and I was thinking about the newspaper’s cartoon section. It has cartoons, cartoons, and cartoons, all starting with the letter ‘c’, so I chose the ‘c’ section.” The .com domain was obviously taken , so I settled on C-Section Comics (so, yes, there is a redundant ‘C’).