Drawn by artist Dan Piraro, Bizarro is a one-panel cartoon that has been published since 1985 and has been published in over 360 newspapers and magazines. One of the old-school cartoonists, Piraro has evolved into online comics, a completely different game in which the competition is fierce and most artists struggle to earn even a rudimentary life with their craft. Piraro is a prolific artist who strives to create a new comic strip every day, 365 days a year. Living somewhere in Mexico with his beloved wife (whom he calls his “Olive Oil”), his view of the absurdity and meaninglessness of modern life is designed to make you think and also laugh. According to his biography, his gems on one panel are “a unique blend of surreal imagery, social commentary, and witty wordplay. Indeed, if Salvador Dali, Harry Trudeau, and Oscar Wilde had illegitimate children, that child would be Dan Piraro. Although he has created thousands of comics on a wide variety of topics and topics, this list is solely about therapy.
Piraro often includes his “secret symbols” in his comics, the number that he included is indicated right above his signature. Notice the eyeball (observation eyeball), piece of cake (pie of opportunity), rabbit (bunny of abundance), alien on a spaceship (flying saucer of opportunity), abbreviation “K2”. (referring to his children Krelspet and Krapuzar), crown (Crown of Power), dynamite (Dynamite of unforeseen consequences), shoe (Lost bum), an arrow (Arrow of vulnerability), fishtail (Fish of Humility) and inverted bird (Upside down bird). Can you find them all? Lie on the couch,