A hero is born...no, make that two
Sep 22, 2017
What not to wear
Sep 22, 2017
Oct 4, 2017
Harebert and the Monster
Oct 5, 2017
Oct 13, 2017
All's well if it ends...well...
Oct 22, 2017
Dec 12, 2017
But before we go
Dec 13, 2017
World peace and carrots?
Dec 14, 2017
What is it with humans and buttons?
Dec 15, 2017
And why carrots?
Dec 16, 2017
The secret of success
Dec 17, 2017
Dec 18, 2017
Is there anybody out there?
Dec 18, 2017
Politeness doesn't cost anything
Dec 19, 2017
Dec 19, 2017
Careful with that axe, Haremann
Dec 20, 2017
Half a yard, half a yard, half a yard onward...
Dec 21, 2017
Dec 22, 2017
The twelve cookies of Christmas
Dec 23, 2017
Not angry, just disappointed
Dec 24, 2017
Dec 25, 2017
Happy New Year!
Jan 1, 2018
The title says it all.
Haremann's dream: down the rabbit hole
Feb 8, 2018
Do crocheted rabbits dream of electric wool?
Grawlixes and Quimps
Feb 22, 2018
Haremann and Harebert are back with a bang. And technically that's not even a lie, "bang" being just another word for "exclamation mark".
Walking In My Shoes
Feb 26, 2018
Harebert is in trouble again.
Mar 1, 2018
With snow as heavy as today's, it's little wonder our heroes chose to do their March Madness session indoors instead.
The Money Will Roll Right In
Mar 5, 2018
Harebert and Haremann talk finances.
Mar 8, 2018
The Flemish Giant rabbit is a very large breed of domestic rabbit, and is normally considered to be the largest breed of the species.
Songs From The Wood
Mar 12, 2018
I imagine this would be a popular hit on daytime television for rabbits.
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Mar 15, 2018
In today's episode we won't get to find out what the fox say.
Nothing But Flowers
Mar 19, 2018
Our heroes find out what estate agents really mean when they're talking about "a project".
Mar 22, 2018
Disclaimer: Nothing in this cartoon constitutes legal advice or gives rise to a solicitor/client relationship.
This Must Be The Place
Mar 26, 2018
Beaverly is starting to regret agreeing to designing the rabbits' new house...
Mar 29, 2018
The difficult question of animal handwear.
Come Out And Play
Apr 2, 2018
Thankfully in the fictionalised world of our rabbits it isn't snowing on Easter Monday.
Apr 5, 2018
Was the Chinese space station called Tiangong because that's the sound it made when it smashed into the ground?
Sowing The Seeds Of Love
Apr 9, 2018
"The Adventures of Haremann and Harebert" is the only comic strip to come with a cast-iron guarantee that all jokes are botanically correct.
Apr 12, 2018
Pride and prejudice and tapirs.
Mirror In The Bathroom
Apr 16, 2018
Little known fact: rabbits are terribly hygienic animals.
The One I Love
Apr 19, 2018
Rejected strip titles, ep. 29:
Larder, Better, Faster, Stronger
Apr 23, 2018
If you're in need of a cryptic quote about life to baffle your friends with, we can offer you one:
"Cooking is easy, baking is hard."
Apr 26, 2018
It might be too late to ask anyway, but shouldn't it technically be "Thunderstricken"?
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
Apr 30, 2018
For this episode, English subtitles are available on request.
May 3, 2018
Let's admit it, we've all been there.
May 7, 2018
Sadly there's no Bank Holiday for moles but at least they can take home all the earthworm they can find.
Seven Nation Army
May 10, 2018
Our little labour of moles are getting themselves busy with the building work. Well, almost all of them are.
May 14, 2018
Sadly, Electric Bunnyland isn't yet free of discrimination.
May 17, 2018
It's the middle of May and early mornings are still freezing. Why? And where can I lodge an official complaint?
May 21, 2018
Men Without Hats really are in no position to give out advice on dance safety.
Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)
May 24, 2018
Happy GDPR Day to all our readers!
All The Small Things
May 28, 2018
Putting things into boxes is supposed to make them more organised, so why does it never turn out that way?
May 31, 2018
Never leave your credit card unattended with a rabbit!
Shadow On The Wall
Jun 4, 2018
Rabbits rarely look bored, but if only people knew the truth...
You Spin Me Round
Jun 7, 2018
Of course the other problem with dung beetles is figuring out what to offer them for a snack.
Fade To Grey
Jun 11, 2018
Little known rabbit fact: rabbits and magicians aren't very good friends.
Jun 14, 2018
Unlike most crabs, portly spider crabs tend to move forward rather than sideways. This is why other crabs call them pushy.
Where Is My Mind
Jun 18, 2018
Some have an almost instinctive affinity for DIY. Others ... don.t.
Back In The USSR
Jun 21, 2018
The great thing about football is that there's something for everyone to enjoy, you just have to know where to look.
Hammer To Fall
Jun 25, 2018
Fun fact: rabbits aren't very good at Choose Your Own Adventure books due to the lack of opposable thumbs to use as bookmarks.
Bring Me To Life
Jun 28, 2018
Once you start playing, you're already constrained by the character you had chosen, but while you're creating it, the possibilities are still infinite.
To Tame A Land
Jul 2, 2018
“Survival is the ability to swim in strange water.”
Jul 5, 2018
What is "emergency yarn"?
One More Time
Jul 9, 2018
If you've ever wondered what rabbits do on holiday, here's the answer.
Jul 12, 2018
Sometimes things don't quite turn out as planned.
Jul 16, 2018
The key problem with rabbits driving vintage roadsters is that their ears get in the way when they try to put on flat caps.
Jul 19, 2018
When you buy a car, a whole new world opens up before you.
Take Me To The River
Jul 23, 2018
The Kallax shelving unit full of yarn is in no way based on the author's own life.
Needles And Pins
Jul 26, 2018
Now all we need is a friendly family of lac bugs...
Bad Moon Rising
Jul 30, 2018
You may say Harebert is wrong and the Moon is never that colour, but the Ancient Greeks said the sky was bronze and you wouldn't say they were wrong, right?
Aug 2, 2018
If ironic and retro cinemas showing 1950s war movies aren't a thing yet, they'll definitely be soon.
The Thing That Should Not Be
Aug 6, 2018
Just like the Roman Empire, carrots can be divided into Eastern and Western varieties. And just like the Romans, there's a type of carrot called "Imperator"
Aug 9, 2018
Even in an imaginary world it's impossible to return from a car boot sale without buying something useless.
Aug 13, 2018
What if there are several Grails in various charity shops, like those fivers some artist engraved a tiny image on?
Aug 16, 2018
All is not what it seems, but some things have to be. Otherwise it'd be a very silly world indeed.
Been Caught Stealing
Aug 20, 2018
One day Harebert will learn the names of all the root vegetables. But today isn't that day.
The Kids Aren't Alright
Aug 23, 2018
And they concentrated so hard to get the apostrophe right...
You Keep Me Hangin' On
Aug 27, 2018
Fun nature fact: scientists recently discovered that health and safety isn't a strong suit for moles.
Paint It Black
Aug 30, 2018
Just because you can't draw doesn't mean you can't make a robot that can.
Sep 3, 2018
The thing about role-playing games is that they don't always go according to plan. It's just like life really.
Zeroes And Ones
Sep 6, 2018
This is what incognito mode has been invented for, right?
The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?)
Sep 10, 2018
As nights are drawing in, strange and mysterious creatures roam the lands...
Down With The Sickness
Sep 13, 2018
Isn't it a relief that laptop screens don't auto-rotate like phone screens?
Sep 17, 2018
Autumn is here, a time for reflection and contemplation. For most of us at least.
Sep 20, 2018
You say it's your birthday, It's my birthday too, yeah. They say it's your birthday,
we're gonna have a good time.
Enjoy The Silence
Sep 24, 2018
And the party goes on well into the night...
Sep 27, 2018
History has a tendency to repeat itself. As do hangovers.
Oct 1, 2018
Hindsight is a wonderful thing.
Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
Oct 4, 2018
Thankfully the politics of Electric Bunnyland is relatively uncomplicated, and mostly used as a convenient way to dispose of rotten vegetables.
A Chain Of Flowers
Oct 8, 2018
Do rabbits get seasonal affective disorder? Or puns?
Oct 11, 2018
Kids, remember to always source your information from reputable purveyors of facts.
Pretty Fly (For A White Guy)
Oct 15, 2018
When you think about it, the only thing that distinguishes trick-or-treat from a protection racket is the costumes.
Oct 18, 2018
I don't often express strong opinions here, but I feel very strongly about this: swivel stools in pubs are a terrible idea.
Oct 22, 2018
Why can't trendy cafes just write out with letters which one is the gents and which one is the ladies?
Oct 25, 2018
Rabbit comedy improved massively when they invented the wireless microphone.
Fear Of The Dark
Oct 29, 2018
The scariest thing about scary decorations is how expensive they are.
Oct 31, 2018
As if the world wasn't scary enough...anyway, Happy Halloween!
Nov 5, 2018
Hmm, rabbit earphones you say?
Nov 8, 2018
Did I really just buy a souvenir to make a cartoon about how stupid it is to buy souvenirs?
Somebody's Watching Me
Nov 12, 2018
If you want guaranteed privacy on the internet, here's a tip: start a webcomic.
Magical Mystery Tour
Nov 15, 2018
Without TripAdvisor, adventuring in the Forgotten Realms can be really hit and miss.
Nov 19, 2018
Have you heard the one about the fully armoured knight and the frustrated ninja?
Carry That Weight
Nov 22, 2018
Q: Will I put on weight due to the new kilogram? A: It depends on how you celebrate.
Fake Plastic Trees
Nov 26, 2018
On some days the connection between the title and the strip is quite abstract. Today is not one of those days.
Shine On You Crazy Diamond
Nov 29, 2018
Just because something is bio-degradable doesn't mean it's edible too!
Dec 3, 2018
Mathematically it is of course possible to keep on adding infinitely but never exceed a limit, but rabbits aren't strong in calculus.
Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk
Dec 6, 2018
Bear medics place particular emphasis on preventing winter diseases in their patients.
Some Heads Are Gonna Roll
Dec 10, 2018
Have you heard the one about the mum who ordered a gingerbread house kit for her kid and was delivered a fajita kit instead?
Try Not To Breathe
Dec 13, 2018
As always when it comes to trying to impress Santa, our heroes go over the top.
Snow (Hey Oh)
Dec 17, 2018
A bad workman always blames his tools. A good workman buys them in eye-watering colours.
Go With The Flow
Dec 20, 2018
Why do handmade gifts always take more time than planned?
Learn To Fly
Dec 24, 2018
Little known physics fact: if you knock over a really tiny jug of milk, it won't spill out.
Let There Be Rock
Dec 25, 2018
Rule no. 1: there's no such thing as too much nice yarn.
Dec 26, 2018
Are Boxing Day parties a thing at all? Cos they really should be.
New Year's Day
Dec 31, 2018
By The Way
Jan 3, 2019
Yes, I checked on Google, it isn't the name of an existing tribute band.
Jan 7, 2019
Let's be honest, we've all dreamt about doing this.
Like A Stone
Jan 10, 2019
Harebert is one of the cool kids.
Walking On The Moon
Jan 14, 2019
On the surface of the Moon, rabbits could jump as far as 15m with a single hop. If only it weren't so hard to design a spacesuit for them.
Jan 17, 2019
The secret of a good relationship is knowing which questions not to ask. Questions such as "Why exactly did we have a biohazard sign in our house?"
Where Dragons Dwell
Jan 21, 2019
Being a village elder in a fantasy world is not the cushy job many imagine it to be.
Jan 24, 2019
If only there was a way to combine astrophysics with the study of clouds, Britain would be a world leader.
The Sound Of Winter
Jan 28, 2019
Above all, January is the month of contorted puns crudely made out of the month's name.
The Heat Is On
Jan 31, 2019
The Janovery party is in full swing. Well, as much as a night in with a takeaway can be in full swing.
Sign O' The Times
Feb 4, 2019
Moles aren't afraid of heights for the same reason humans aren't afraid of space.
Feb 7, 2019
The only book missing is Ellminster's Guide to Stuffing Three Full Size Suits of Armour In A Hobbit's Backpack.
A Saucerful Of Secrets
Feb 11, 2019
Public Service Announcement: Contrary to received wisdom, keeping your passwords written down at home is pretty safe. Certainly better than reusing them..
Get Up Stand Up
Feb 14, 2019
They say always open with your second best joke and finish with your best. Or vice versa. Or have only two jokes, and everything's sorted.
In The Year 2525
Feb 18, 2019
People think it's their power of speech that gave humans the ability to conquer the planet. But they're wrong.
Pictures At An Exhibition
Feb 21, 2019
What neither Harebert nor Haremann realised at the time is that "housiversary" was a real thing. Now you know.
Feb 25, 2019
Letting a beaver plan your trip to Scotland inevitably means you'll have to visit Cruachan Power Station and the Falkirk Wheel.
Feb 28, 2019
If there's one life lesson you should learn from this cartoon, it is this: you can't put carrots everywhere.
Navigating By The Stars
Mar 4, 2019
Let's hope we don't meet aliens in the near future, who'd fancy taking them to our leaders?
Great Balls Of Fire
Mar 7, 2019
Doesn't matter how bulky an object is, if it's written down on your character sheet, you can carry it. Them's the rules.
Mar 11, 2019
The game has a "sandbox" mode too...but you really don't want to see what goes on there.
Bullet With Butterfly Wings
Mar 14, 2019
Knitting philosophers have often wondered what came first: the moth or the caterpillar.
Trapped Under Ice
Mar 18, 2019
When you think about it, a carrot ice lolly is basically just a frozen carrot.
Mar 21, 2019
War.. War never changes. Okay, it changes a bit when it's about defending your silk against moths.
The Spiders From Mars
Mar 25, 2019
According to studies, spiders can be right-handed too. Experiments still continue to find out which of the four right hands they really prefer.
A Therapy For Pain
Mar 28, 2019
Once e-sports become established alongside real sports, we will need loads of e-physios.
Won't Get Fooled Again
Apr 1, 2019
Sadly, I couldn't think of a description for this one.
Apr 4, 2019
There is no such thing as an unsolvable problem, just a stick that is too short.
News Of The World
Apr 8, 2019
Readers' letters columns are basically Twitter for people who can't keep it in 280 characters.
Supermassive Black Hole
Apr 11, 2019
And this is the front of the black hole but you can also see the side of the black hole. And this is the Spanish Inquisition.
Apr 15, 2019
When we finally find a way to automate all housework, how will we listen to podcasts?
Apr 18, 2019
Now I'm not saying Easter egg distribution is a big Ponzi scheme invented by rabbits. That's for you to think.
I Don't Like Mondays
Apr 22, 2019
Practise this prank to perfection and you might get hired by an F1 team.
I Am The Black Wizards
Apr 25, 2019
People who say stepping on Lego is the most painful thing in the world have definitely never seen transparent tetrahedral dice.
Colour My Life
Apr 29, 2019
You could also put potassium carbonate in chocolate, in a process called "Dutching". I mean don't, but you could.
Hooked On A Feeling
May 2, 2019
The hardest part of hamster astronaut training isn't teaching them how to fly a spacecraft but how not to gnaw through the cables.
May 6, 2019
Haremann and Harebert: bringing you scientifically accurate jokes since 150 episodes ago.
Sheep Go To Heaven
May 9, 2019
There are of course alpacas too, but they're just too tall for rabbits to reach.
My Name Is
May 13, 2019
Actually, Frodo would be quite a good name for a hamster.
The Children Of Lir
May 16, 2019
Some say Firbolgs aren't giants at all, but just another name for Belgians. You should still expect to be banned from live-action RPG if you dress as Poirot
Eye Of The Tiger
May 20, 2019
Little Bobby Tables would also be a good name for a hamster who works in a cafe.
Careful With That Axe, Eugene
May 23, 2019
Some players always find it easier to inhabit their character than others.
Even In His Youth
May 27, 2019
Come on, who amongst us hasn't thought it'd be cool to be like Inspector Gadget?
Once In A Lifetime
May 30, 2019
If you want a crocheter to make something for you and they don't feel like doing it, the best tactic is to say "Yes, I thought it would be too complicated."
I'm Only Sleeping
Jun 3, 2019
As an image-conscious bun, Harebert wouldn't be seen dead in a onesie. But staying in a sleeping bag all day is fine, that's just laziness, right?
Jun 6, 2019
Sometimes the old jokes are the best jokes.
Strawberry Fields Forever
Jun 10, 2019
This story is in no way based on the author's real-life attempts to keep houseplants watered while on holiday.
Road To Nowhere
Jun 13, 2019
Sure, satnavs are great when you're already on your way but you can't properly plan a decent trip without an oversized paper map.
Jun 17, 2019
I'm pretty sure this isn't how a sunroof is supposed to be used.
Jun 20, 2019
Sadly there were some stories that haven't made the cut, like the one where our heroes were caught out by Scottish licensing laws.
Jun 24, 2019
No holiday can be complete without a bulky and completely impractical souvenir.
Close To You
Jun 27, 2019
Just don't ask Harebert why stars fall down from the sky.
Fields Of Gold
Jul 1, 2019
We don't know how old rabbit timekeeping is, but it certainly predates the discovery of the river Mississippi.
Magic And Mayhem
Jul 4, 2019
Things that didn't happen are always more interesting. Otherwise this cartoon would be about the boring lives of real rabbits.
The Court Of The Crimson King
Jul 8, 2019
It's Wimbledon time and the world is suddenly full of lawn experts.
Jul 11, 2019
I apologise to all the hard-working rabbit dentists out there.
Jul 15, 2019
Michael Collins later successfully built a museum on budget and on time, an achievement even more amazing than piloting the command module.
Reasons For Waiting
Jul 18, 2019
Who exactly is sorry when you get a "sorry you were out" card instead of your parcel?
Jul 22, 2019
Jigsaw puzzles would be a lot easier if the rules allowed the use of diamond-bladed angle grinders.
With You There To Help Me
Jul 25, 2019
Studying all the different ways to wind yarn can easily send your head spinning.
Passing All Signs
Jul 29, 2019
It is the law that every village noticeboard has to carry a sign saying "Clairvoyant show cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances".
Aug 1, 2019
Why is every speech impediment's name impossible to pronounce with that speech impediment?
Science Is Real
Aug 19, 2019
Strictly speaking, Snell's law has to be applied to each wavelength separately, but it's okay to simplify things for kids.
Aug 22, 2019
Harebert has accidentally discovered in himself a unique talent for bunnysitting.
Life In A Northern Town
Aug 26, 2019
Of course with our luck, they'd probably elect the scarecrow.
Somebody Told Me
Aug 29, 2019
When I told them I wanted to become an onion chopper, they cried. Well, they aren't crying now.
Sep 2, 2019
Languages are important. For example, in the mole language the phrase "opening a can of worms" means "to have a lovely feast".
Jams Run Free
Sep 5, 2019
Planning a party is often at least as much fun as the party itself.
Sep 9, 2019
Please don't feed your rabbit too much cabbage at first. Harebert and Haremann are used to cabbage, they can eat as much as they want. Also they're made up.
Sep 12, 2019
These stories pop up so often, it's almost like not having an imaginary big cat in your local area is something to be mildly ashamed of.
The Heat (The Energy)
Sep 16, 2019
Some strips are more autobiographical than others...
A Sort Of Homecoming
Sep 19, 2019
I'm planning to start a petition on Harebert's behalf to officially rename radishes to "pink orb carrots".
Sep 23, 2019
Happy birthday, rabbit buddies!
One Hell Of A Party
Sep 26, 2019
It's a truth universally acknowledged that when you're clearing the wreckage on a morning after the party, there's always someone still asleep of the couch.
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Sep 30, 2019
"Every Rose Has Its Thorn" is not just a terrible song, it's a terrible source of botanical knowledge. Many Rosaceae, e.g. roses, have prickles, not thorns.
Anywhere Out Of The World
Oct 3, 2019
Feeding humans in crochet trance is slightly trickier, but it's what cheese strings have been invented for.
Black Hole Sun
Oct 7, 2019
Smaller black holes are hotter too, so they might come handy at wintertime.
Garden Of Earthly Delights
Oct 10, 2019
When Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote "You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.", he didn't reckon with machete-wielding rabbits.
A Design For Life
Oct 14, 2019
Octopus colour vision is one of the most amazing things in the world. But their Photoshop skills are pathetic considering the number of arms they have.
Life On Mars?
Oct 17, 2019
Rule 1 of mechanical engineering: in every device of sufficient complexity there is a bit that is called "flange".
Oct 21, 2019
And then Bob got off the bus. 28 years old he was.
Expressway To Your Skull
Oct 24, 2019
Remember: no matter how stupid they appear, behind every health & safety rule there is at least one person who really did that stupid thing.
Oct 28, 2019
"Octopodes" is pretentious, "octopi" is pretentious and wrong, "octopuses" it will be then. And if you don't like it then "cephalopods". Or "cephalopodae"?
Oct 31, 2019
It's a good job we don't all have to dress up as our own inner fears. How does one even make a costume for "running out of yarn"?
99 Red Balloons
Nov 4, 2019
All balloons should be required to be filled with argon. We wouldn't waste precious helium and kids would stop screaming that their balloon had flown away.
Nov 7, 2019
Fireworks are such a good idea in principle. Like plastic cutlery or the free market economy.
(Just Like) Starting Over
Nov 11, 2019
"New address but the same amusingly shaped root vegetables!"
Mr. Bad Guy
Nov 14, 2019
Technically a miniature telescope is of no real use, but in this world the Sun is that much closer too.
Pictures Of You
Nov 18, 2019
I mean, who hasn't got a green screen and copious amounts of fake snow at home?
Green Green Grass Of Home
Nov 21, 2019
Meanwhile a football team somewhere is wondering why all their long passes are overhit.
Nov 25, 2019
Scientists haven't been this excited about finding sugar since the Great Texas Sugar Rush of 1843.
Coffee And TV
Nov 28, 2019
Bears may not be the most intelligent animals in lab tests but they've got the best excuses.
Dec 2, 2019
Everyone can make themselves useful, even if it's by not getting involved.
What's My Age Again?
Dec 5, 2019
"Haha, Harebert and Rambo are so childish!", I said to myself while photographing toy rabbits (and hamsters) for my webcomic.
Dec 9, 2019
Those who can always choose the correct tactic to avoid doing a secret Santa are revered in offices around the world as "Santa whisperers".
Dec 12, 2019
On the plus side, creepy inflatable Santas are a great burglar deterrent.
First Snow In Kokomo
Dec 16, 2019
Snowshoe hares are also called "varying hares", although the explanation for this name keeps changing.
Dec 19, 2019
At posh gigs the audience will at least throw a better class of food at you.
Everybody's In A Hurry But Me
Dec 23, 2019
"Tried this cookie recipe and they were delicious but gone in an afternoon, 2 stars."
Dec 24, 2019
New business idea: Uber but for carol singing.
Love Is Noise
Dec 25, 2019
The scariest sight in the world: Santa in a drum shop.
Escape (The Piña Colada Song)
Dec 31, 2019
What I expect from the next decade?Astroturf cocktail parties for everyone.
Jan 13, 2020
Another year, another hare-brained get-rich-quick scheme.
Jan 16, 2020
My New Year's resolution is unchanged: 1200x900 pixels per frame.
Becoming The Dragon
Jan 20, 2020
I'd love to give a piece of my mind to the person who drafted the building regulations of Minas Tirith.
Jan 23, 2020
Yes, I googled to check that my crazy idea isn't actually a thing yet.
Jan 27, 2020
Harebert wishes Haremann was a bigger fan of cubism.
All The Right Friends
Jan 30, 2020
You don't have to be a hamster to work here but it helps.
Shadow Of The Season
Feb 3, 2020
Let's face it, everybody would be happier if we just pretended it was still Christmas.
Windmills Of Your Mind
Feb 6, 2020
Virtual hamster reality is the next big thing.
I Need A Dollar
Feb 10, 2020
It's a good job nobody in Harewood has heard about flytipping.
Somebody Put Something In My Drink
Feb 13, 2020
Joke-ruining aside: in this context the number 400 really only means "a gazillion".
Feb 17, 2020
We all love to experiment with special yarns and no yarn is more special than this.
Feb 20, 2020
It is said a neutrino can pass one light year of lead without interacting with anything, much like a head waiter when you try to ask for the bill.
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Feb 24, 2020
Some say every piece of human knowledge can be found on the internet. They're wrong. I still don't know if moles can jump.
In A Manner Of Speaking
Feb 27, 2020
Deuterostomy is not embarrassing. Confusing it with Deuteronomy is.
Mar 2, 2020
My flood alleviation scheme would be simple and cute: beavers in every river.
Seen And Not Seen
Mar 5, 2020
Has anyone ever tried making new files out of old, deleted ones?
Harvester Of Sorrow
Mar 9, 2020
You may think this is a joke but toplift harvesters are the very pinnacle of carrot technology.
Everything In Its Right Place
Mar 12, 2020
Harebert should've really seen this coming.
Tangram Set 1
Mar 16, 2020
Of course Harebert could've just downloaded a garden planning app, but where's the fun in that?
When I'm Cleaning Windows
Mar 19, 2020
Haremann and Harebert are categorically denying that they are or have ever been financially supported by Big Stick.
Flash Of The Blade
Mar 23, 2020
Wouldn't it be nice to have a lawnmower that can also take a soil sample every now and again?
Mar 26, 2020
I'm still gutted I failed in Dragon's Den with my invention of a self-fixing laptop with built-in shovel it can use to whack itself.
Spirits In The Material World
Mar 30, 2020
I'm not saying voice control is part of a secret machine plot for world domination, all I'm saying is I wouldn't be surprised if it turned out it was.
Apr 2, 2020
Amazingly, sometimes staring at the engine in the hope that you spot something does work.
People Always Talk About The Weather
Apr 6, 2020
Sliding down at breakneck speed, ears flap in the wind. /
"No-one will believe your tale", said one, and they both grinned.
A Stitch In Time
Apr 9, 2020
Why is the quite toxic toadstool the go-to mushroom of children's book illustrations?
Apr 13, 2020
I often hide Easter eggs in my cartoons but this time I went for the whole bunny.
Punk Rock Caveman Living In A Prehistoric Age
Apr 16, 2020
We say the wheel and not yarn is the greatest invention of all time but how many naked unicyclists have you seen recently?
Magneto And Titanium Man
Apr 20, 2020
Hardly anyone even remembers pre-WW2 hero Super Rabbit these days. We should start a petition or something.
Looking For Astronauts
Apr 23, 2020
Growing plants in space is amazing, they even did sunflowers on the ISS. With one orbit every 90 minutes, that was a lot of turning for the poor sunflower.
Light Up The Stars
Apr 27, 2020
"Grandma, tell us again about what it was like to not see anything moving in the night sky!"
Apr 30, 2020
While achieving some niche success, "Untitled Human Game" was not the massive popular hit in Harewood that it was hoped to be.
Pull Up The Roots
May 4, 2020
Happy Star Trek Day!
Flight Of Icarus
May 7, 2020
Harebert always sends out mixed messages by confusing the Beach Boys classic "Fun Fun Fun" with the code for declaring an urgent situation, pan-pan.
May 11, 2020
Stable sorting is a way to sort elements into buckets without changing the order of those that go in the same bucket. Or for neatly arranging horses.
May 14, 2020
The real scandal nobody talks about is that the entire world is in the hands of Big Carrot.
Only Happy When It Rains
May 18, 2020
Or you could just make a cartoon about how rain never comes, like it happened to me.
Grow Grow Grow
May 21, 2020
"The plant's round leaves reminded Linnaeus of shields, and its flowers of blood-stained helmets." (Wikipedia)
Well, that's one way of looking at flowers.
May 25, 2020
The trouble with coming up with a quick lie is that you have to follow it up with many more.
Fear Is The Key
May 28, 2020
Adventurers always look so stylish in paintings when in reality they are more like a ragtag bunch of scarecrows dressed in mismatching colours.
Jun 15, 2020
"Garden dwarf fighter/clerics" just doesn't quite roll off the tongue the same way.
All Day And All Of The Night
Jun 18, 2020
If I had to rank animals by herding difficulty, cats wouldn't even be in my top 10.
Jun 22, 2020
What's more, exposure to too much silver iodide can lead to argyria, turning the patient grey. And then how would we tell Haremann and Harebert apart?
Jun 25, 2020
Everyone thinks the robot apocalypse will come from military AI becoming sentient, but what if it's household appliances?
Please Don't Eat The Daisies
Jun 29, 2020
Harebert always gets overexcited when it comes to food that also looks nice, I don't know if you can tell.
Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?
Jul 2, 2020
Other users who liked this cartoon also liked "Procrastination And Decision Fatigue", or maybe not, let's check the reviews first.
Pump Up The Jam
Jul 6, 2020
There is of course the exercise bike but they're usually all hogged by kangaroos.
Race Against Time
Jul 9, 2020
The last time I panic bought online, I ended up with 27 packs of kitchen rolls, five boxes of relaxing herbal tea and a book on why consumerism is bad.
People Have The Power
Jul 13, 2020
Player: "I'd like to cast the 2nd level wizard spell Procrastination."
DM: "Okay, but it will only start to take effect in the next turn."
This Means War
Jul 16, 2020
When a fight broke out at a Bill Haley & His Comets gig, everybody knew straight away who to blame.
Games People Play
Jul 20, 2020
Crab hairdressers occasionally dye their clients' hair in hues only visible in ultraviolet, much to everybody's embarrassment.
Before I Get Old
Jul 23, 2020
The "let's show what you'd look like when you get old" app finally broke when an immortal jellyfish tried it.
Jul 27, 2020
As accidental inventions go, the one I'm most baffled about is saccharin. What kind of chemist licks their fingers after working in the lab?
The Great Brain Robbery
Jul 30, 2020
I'd like to see one day an intrepid player choosing to play a contemplative Barbarian. A sort of Conan the Ponderer, if you like.
I Think I Found It
Aug 3, 2020
The same scientists also call stuff between ten thousand and a million degrees warm-to-hot, so presumably they're the inventors of the fast food apple pie.
Salvador Dali's Garden Party
Aug 7, 2020
I get the most brilliant ideas when I'm half asleep. Then I wake up and think about them and umm...no.
When I'm Sixty Four
Aug 10, 2020
"Under 3? Please be prepared to show proof of age when buying alcohol" – the new Challenge 3 programme introduced in rabbit shops wasn't a total success.
Just My Imagination
Aug 13, 2020
"And this is where they keep all their zhentils." "What's a zhentil?" "Some kind of fancy vegetable, I guess."
Aug 17, 2020
Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na TAXMAAAAAAN!
Bat Out Of Hell
Aug 20, 2020
The characteristic stumpy snout of bats can be explained by the fact they evolved flight first and only much later did they also develop echolocation.
Plans I Make
Aug 24, 2020
At a vegan barbecue who's in charge of the salad?
Aug 27, 2020
Amongst the quaint local customs is the one called Bin Day, on which all the residents put out offerings in the street for their vulpine gods.
A Pocketful Of Stones
Aug 31, 2020
Not many performers can pull off both "cuddly" and "angry white comedian".
Are You Experienced?
Sep 3, 2020
With all these musical episode titles, Harebert would probably smash it on Never Mind The Burrows.
Driving In My Car
Sep 7, 2020
In reality deliberately explodey petrol engines were far less explodey than the accidentally explodey steam ones.
(Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman
Sep 10, 2020
Despite his name, Haremann doesn't wear a superhero outfit because nobody wants helicopters attempt to land on their chest.
Play That Funky Music
Sep 15, 2020
What if you ask your virtual assistant to play music so loud that it can't hear you asking it to stop?
Sep 17, 2020
"So you're saying you want funding for a space probe that can detect penguin droppings? How are we going to sell this to Congress?"
Sep 21, 2020
When it comes to organising a party, there are exactly two types of people.
I Started A Joke
Sep 24, 2020
Happy 3rd birthday! Here's to three more years of leporid silliness!
Different Names For The Same Thing
Sep 28, 2020
All photos from Mars are retouched by NASA to make colours meet our colour expectations. And to remove Major Clanger who accidentally stayed in shot.
Time For Tea
Oct 1, 2020
Another way to tell science and poetry apart is the typesetting. Scientific papers are written in the font of knowledge.
All The Stars
Oct 5, 2020
It's funny cos it's true.
Fat Bottomed Girls
Oct 9, 2020
Rather fittingly, this year's Fat Bear Week was won by the extra chonky competitor with the code number "747".
No Work Today
Oct 12, 2020
Was busmen driving random buses around for fun in cities they visited on their days off ever really a thing?
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Oct 22, 2020
I was wondering if this cartoon may offend Portland residents but of course they won't dare to read this.
New World Water
Oct 26, 2020
Beach party or not, don't forget to always take your towel.
Oct 30, 2020
Amongst all the myths about there having been a female pope once, little attention is given to the world's first undead pope: Boniface I.
No More Mr. Nice Guy
Nov 2, 2020
Do wolves have spooky werepeople stories? "Jeff woke up and looked in horror at the stapler, the mug and the mouse mat. He'd clearly been in an office."
Spirit Of The Radio
Nov 5, 2020
There is as yet no cosmological model that predicts the existence of nuclear farfalle. Not even cheese string theory.
A Taste Of Honey
Nov 9, 2020
Please don't give your rabbits honey. And not just because they may become hyperactive and write an award-winning Edinburgh show in a week.
The Finest Joke Is Upon Us
Nov 12, 2020
Sometimes it feels like everything leads up to one terrible but inevitable pun.
Of A Dropping Pin
Nov 16, 2020
Harebert's fearful trip may be done, but Haremann's is just about to begin.
Hanging On The Telephone
Nov 19, 2020
If you want to learn more about the sunk cost fallacy, please call my premium rate phone number where you'll be put on hold for a random amount of time.
The Flowers Of Guatemala
Nov 23, 2020
While the toxicity of poinsettias is hotly disputed by various sources, at least they all agree on drooling.
Fix Me Now
Nov 26, 2020
Yes, I made a Santa-themed strip in November, what of it?
Wishing On A Star
Nov 30, 2020
If we're lucky, aliens don't visit the Moon first. "Look Xrzzt, it seems like they left 96 bags of...biomass here and for some reason a golden tree branch."
Dec 4, 2020
The best thing about social media is how it connects people with similar interests. The worst thing about social media is exactly the same.
There's A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered
Dec 7, 2020
He's testing his list / He's writing a script / using Selenium to simulate clicks / Santa Claus is coming to town.
Dec 10, 2020
This episode may or may not be based on a traumatic real-life encounter of the author with a beast mentioned within. It was yodelling.
Dec 15, 2020
Despite it being over a hundred years old, freeze-drying still feels like magic to me.
Dec 18, 2020
In my role-playing system set in the present day you can gain XP for solving a problem but also for tweeting about how bad the problem is.
Merry Xmas Everybody
Dec 22, 2020
We should petition to rename the Midlands to Middle-Earth.
Jan 5, 2021
Origami is already used in space technology, wood was the next logical step.
Let There Be Light
Jan 7, 2021
I'd like to apologise to my antipodean friends for the overly podean content.
Me, Myself And I
Jan 11, 2021
Having multiple copies of yourself also raises the dreadful prospect of organising a meeting of yourselves.
Working Class Hero
Jan 19, 2021
Rabbit heroes are few and far between but the ones who do become adventurers are rumoured to be able to take down a bunch of knights.
Trapped Under Ice
Jan 22, 2021
The first person to develop an AI to recognise the contents of unlabelled bags in the freezer will become fabulously rich.
Long Road To Ruin
Jan 26, 2021
Sometimes an excuse is so good you can do nothing but stand in admiration.
I'm Looking Through You
Jan 29, 2021
An often overlooked advantage of transparent wood is that careless transportation of planks can spark a complete revival of the genre of slapstick.
Do You Want To Build A Snowman?
Feb 2, 2021
We could of course build a snow fort but the snow would melt before we get the floorplan designed and signed off.
Let Me Entertain You
Feb 5, 2021
"Oh, you want to do a deep dive to find the root causes? You should've hired a mole for that."
Heart Shaped Box
Feb 9, 2021
Despite being symbols of Christmas, given their tendency to brutally attack anything red, robins must at all costs be kept apart from Santas.
That's Why God Made The Radio
Feb 17, 2021
Occasionally in Medieval times a few chambermaids would get together and play chamber music just to pass the time.
Feb 23, 2021
Plastics can now be turned into graphene via Flash Joule Heating. They would've invented it earlier but every time someone said "Flash" the others just sung "aaaaah".
Mother Nature's Son
Feb 27, 2021
Not every quest starts with a wizard chucking your ring in the fireplace.
Circle Of Life
Mar 2, 2021
Most jellyfish also prominently display their gonads in adult form, a move generally frowned upon in civilised society.
Together In Electric Dreams
Mar 5, 2021
Before colour TV a lot of people used to dream in black&white, so I wonder if our generation's dreams is really just full of lens flare.
Magic Carpet Ride
Mar 9, 2021
Throughout history bears and rugs have had a turbulent and complicated relationship.
Mar 12, 2021
"Imagine a cave where people look at the back wall and behind them there are puppets and all they see is their shadows."
"That's a cinema, Socrates, you've just invented the cinema."
Mar 16, 2021
What is the census for if not for asking how you pronounce "scone"?
Mar 19, 2021
The only thing more dangerous than a bear is a bear with a cylinder full of chloroform.
Mar 23, 2021
Harewood Fashion Week is one of the quirkier events on the calendar, where models were known to hop on the end of the catwalk and back in just a few seconds.
Can You Feel The Force
Mar 26, 2021
Science fact: game theory experts spend half their time explaining that their theory is very serious. They still haven’t got it as bad though as people who study knot theory.
Camping Next To Water
Mar 31, 2021
Funny how in fantasy novels you never see our heroes digging a latrine when they camp out. There's not even a Destroy Poop and Pee spell available.
Just Like Heaven
Apr 6, 2021
Looking at the weather, it was a tad optimistic from Harebert to drive an open top car at Easter.
Apr 9, 2021
If you only read one crocheted webcomic with particle physics puns in it this week...well, how many others can there be?
Apr 13, 2021
Today I learned: you can buy actual cans of worms on the internet. Because of course you can.
Apr 16, 2021
...and now here's a few slides of inside jokes that will make everyone not working here since inception feel excluded.
Apr 20, 2021
Flying on another planet is an amazing achievement but I'm still waiting for the hoverboots I was promised as a child.
Give Me Back My Name
Apr 23, 2021
Big shout out to the good people who really created a yarn shop called Wool and the Gang.
Apr 27, 2021
Yet again all it took for it to start to rain after a two-week dry spell was for me to write an episode about how it isn't raining.
Apr 30, 2021
It's 2021 and we still haven't got a good quality photo of a human.
Wild Goose Flaps Its Wings
May 4, 2021
Canada geese can still break your arm but they'll say sorry afterwards.
May 7, 2021
Yes, we have an International Day of Light but why don't we have an International Day of Darkness? Or would that just be called "night"?
A Kind Of Magic
May 11, 2021
Do illusion spells work across Zoom?
May 14, 2021
Note that In the real world urea doesn't smell. If yours does, please contact your supplier or doctor.
The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
May 21, 2021
If you ever came across rabbits in the wild and they looked slightly confused and panicky, now you know why.
May 25, 2021
If you're anything like me, you are probably drooling heavily by the end of this cartoon.
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
May 29, 2021
It's a little-known scientific fact that before charging at potential rivals, rams often challenge them with gruelling puns first.
Am I Evil?
Jun 1, 2021
For every homicidal Bond villain with a volcano lair there had to be someone who organised the cleaning rota, especially around the shark pool.
Rhythm Is A Dancer
Jun 5, 2021
Everything can be made to sound mysterious if you find the right words.
Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Jun 8, 2021
Top tip: never offer the One Ring to Haremann, unless you do prefer to work long hours in the yarn mines.
Man In The Box
Jun 12, 2021
I bought a big roll of bubble wrap once and it was wrapped in bubble wrap.
Are Friends Electric?
Jun 15, 2021
If you claim you're magnetic and keys stick to your head, I don't want to know which bit of your body repels them.
Here Comes Your Man
Jun 19, 2021
Where do I get my crazy ideas from?
Jun 22, 2021
I hope Bruce Dickinson never mixes up his singing and piloting jobs, "good evening Donington, this is your captain speaking" sounds kinda lame.
Tales Of Brave Ulysses
Jun 29, 2021
When I told my friends I wanted to be a comedian, they didn't laugh just said I really shouldn't, thereby ruining this joke.
Jul 3, 2021
It's easy to confuse science and engineering: engineering tells us how to put a nuclear reactor in our home, science tells you why we shouldn't.
Jul 7, 2021
"Does anybody here remember wool? What was that about?"
The Hills Are Alive
Jul 13, 2021
Some song titles sound far more sinister without context.
Jul 18, 2021
We hope to see you in Yorkshire for next year's rhubarb blossoming festival.
Jul 23, 2021
It feels so weird to read the abstract of a paper about concrete.
Jul 29, 2021
There's nothing more exhilarating than sitting on the sofa with a bag of crisps, watching the archery and shouting "Aim higher, you clumsy fool!"