Because I love comics and I love literature, here’s a little of both.
Matthew Inman (aka The Oatmeal) now has several bestselling books, but his grammar comics are still my favorites.
Need to know when to use who and when to use whom?
Confused on the differences between types of irony?
Don’t know when to use an apostrophe?
The semicolon is the most awesome punctuation and here is why.
Common misspellings and how to fix them.
Literally the best comic about how to use literally.
And what the hell is i.e.?
XKCD is known for his math/science/coding jokes and other thins that go way over my head, but Randall Monroe has some great literary gems.
Badass Emily Dickinson
Books and made up words
Grant Snider’s Incidental Comics are brilliant and imaginative. These are a few of my favorites on books, writing, and literature.
Department of Poetry
But of course, few surpass the lovely Kate Beaton in history and literature. While I suggest them all, these are my favorites.
The Mr. Darcy Phenomenon
The headless horseman likes your shoes
Holmes and Watson
Watson and Holmes
The Great Gatsby
The Scottish Comic
Wait More Jane Austen
Little Hermione is a lot of adorable
Wuthering Heights part 1
Wuthering Heights part 2
Wuthering Heights part 3
*Credit to Matthew Inman of The Oatmeal, Randall Munroe of XKCD, Grant Snider of Incidental Comics, Kate Beaton of Hark! A Vagrant, Zach Weiner of Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, and Allie Brosh of Hyperbole and a Half. All are excellent and deserve your love.