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A collection of gloriously random and unexpected cartoons from the hugely popular webcomic Safely Endangered. Created by UK-based artist Chris McCoy,Safely Endangered's brilliantly hilarious comics have an unexpected, twisted punch line with an adorableillustration. From relying fartoo heavily on Facebook to the struggles of sibling rivalry, Safely Endangered covers a vast A collection of gloriously random and unexpected cartoons from the hugely popular webcomic Safely Endangered. Created by UK-based artist Chris McCoy, Safely Endangered's brilliantly hilarious comics have an unexpected, twisted punch line with an adorable illustration.  From relying far too heavily on Facebook to the struggles of sibling rivalry, Safely Endangered covers a vast range of ridiculously funny situations with humans, animals and even video game characters.    


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A collection of gloriously random and unexpected cartoons from the hugely popular webcomic Safely Endangered. Created by UK-based artist Chris McCoy,Safely Endangered's brilliantly hilarious comics have an unexpected, twisted punch line with an adorableillustration. From relying fartoo heavily on Facebook to the struggles of sibling rivalry, Safely Endangered covers a vast A collection of gloriously random and unexpected cartoons from the hugely popular webcomic Safely Endangered. Created by UK-based artist Chris McCoy, Safely Endangered's brilliantly hilarious comics have an unexpected, twisted punch line with an adorable illustration.  From relying far too heavily on Facebook to the struggles of sibling rivalry, Safely Endangered covers a vast range of ridiculously funny situations with humans, animals and even video game characters.    

30 review for Safely Endangered Comics

  1. 5 out of 5

    MischaS_

    ***Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Well hello, I'm very pleasantly surprised here! Sometimes I have a little problem with these comic strips which were first published online and then in a book version. Because I see so many of them online, the book becomes unnecessary with nothing new, redundant if you will. But, I do not know if it's because I did not follow Safely Endangered that closely, I can say that I was only familiar with two or ***Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Well hello, I'm very pleasantly surprised here! Sometimes I have a little problem with these comic strips which were first published online and then in a book version. Because I see so many of them online, the book becomes unnecessary with nothing new, redundant if you will. But, I do not know if it's because I did not follow Safely Endangered that closely, I can say that I was only familiar with two or three drawings from this comics! And I thoroughly enjoyed the rest! I laughed at the most horrible things and giggled at the cutest things ever! I love the land octopus! That's such a clever idea! (Though I have to say my brother's girlfriend who hates spiders was not impressed by it. 😂) I loved the pacing of this comic where it did not seem like the strips were too much on one note. It had a great flow, lots of different topics. I can already say that I will be coming back to this comics.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Barbie

    3.5 stars It was a decent book, I laughed loud at sometimes, but also I didn't understand every joke. I reread some parts many times, but I didn't get what the joke is. I like the drawing style, it was cool. I think this author has a very specific sense of humor that doesn't work for everyone. He writes morbid, grotesque jokes what I like. I have some favorite parts attached down below. I don't read comic books very often but I've seen funnier ones. Please be careful. If you are sensitive, you 3.5 stars It was a decent book, I laughed loud at sometimes, but also I didn't understand every joke. I reread some parts many times, but I didn't get what the joke is. I like the drawing style, it was cool. I think this author has a very specific sense of humor that doesn't work for everyone. He writes morbid, grotesque jokes what I like. I have some favorite parts attached down below. I don't read comic books very often but I've seen funnier ones. Please be careful. If you are sensitive, you shouldn't read it. Thank you to Andrews McMeel Publishing and Netgalley who provided me with an ebook of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Toni

    I was not familiar with Chris McCoy's work, so these brilliant cartoons were a pleasant surprise. A great sense of humour, clever puns and popular culture references- I really enjoyed the book with its simple but hilarious style. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for the ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    This collection of little strips was hit and miss for me. Some were amusing (though not hilarious), and others either fell flat or were on topics that I know nothing about so I have no clue whether they may, in fact, be funny. This is the kind of book that I would have classified as a "bathroom book" before the days when everyone started taking their devices into the loo. Nothing too deep here, but a small bit of decent enough entertainment to keep you occupied for short periods of time. I'm sure This collection of little strips was hit and miss for me. Some were amusing (though not hilarious), and others either fell flat or were on topics that I know nothing about so I have no clue whether they may, in fact, be funny. This is the kind of book that I would have classified as a "bathroom book" before the days when everyone started taking their devices into the loo. Nothing too deep here, but a small bit of decent enough entertainment to keep you occupied for short periods of time. I'm sure this will be popular with McCoy's fan base but it didn't do all that much for me. 2.5 stars rounded up. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for providing me with a DRC of this book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Your standard comic book funny's with a little morbid twist in the Far Side vein (although not nearly as funny). Not a bad way to spend 20 minutes. Received an advance copy from Andrews McMeel publishing. All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Reading_ Tam_ Ishly

    Couldn't enjoy it much.

  7. 4 out of 5

    destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]

    I already liked Chris McCoy's webcomics, so I was excited to read this collection, and it didn't disappoint! The sense of humor is just hilarious and so spot-on for my tastes, and I really love the simple, cute art style. There's a lot of sarcasm and cynicism, and while it does occasionally manifest in a joke that's a bit insensitive, I don't think the average reader will be offended unless you just really hate morbid humor. Otherwise, give this one a go and I genuinely believe it'll brighten I already liked Chris McCoy's webcomics, so I was excited to read this collection, and it didn't disappoint! The sense of humor is just hilarious and so spot-on for my tastes, and I really love the simple, cute art style. There's a lot of sarcasm and cynicism, and while it does occasionally manifest in a joke that's a bit insensitive, I don't think the average reader will be offended unless you just really hate morbid humor. Otherwise, give this one a go and I genuinely believe it'll brighten your day a bit. Thank you so much to the publisher for providing me with this ARC in exchange for an honest review!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    If you love Chris McCoy and his own brand of humor, you will love having, what I presume, are his best comics in one handy book. If you find his humor off-putting, and a little sick, then, of course, don't pick up this book. I am one of the latter. Of his cartoons, I found the ones below enough to at least say, oh, that is funny and not sick. Let me give that as an example. His humor tends to skew towards the gross side, which is something I do not need a whole book of. Thanks to Netgalley for If you love Chris McCoy and his own brand of humor, you will love having, what I presume, are his best comics in one handy book. If you find his humor off-putting, and a little sick, then, of course, don't pick up this book. I am one of the latter. Of his cartoons, I found the ones below enough to at least say, oh, that is funny and not sick. Let me give that as an example. His humor tends to skew towards the gross side, which is something I do not need a whole book of. Thanks to Netgalley for making this book available for and honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    sally♡

    THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER

  10. 4 out of 5

    La Coccinelle

    This is definitely a collection for adults. Let's get that out of the way first. But, overall, these comics are pretty funny. The drawings are simple, but some of the panels are still pretty amusing. I'd never actually seen the Safely Endangered comics before, but I wouldn't mind seeing more of them. I'm not sure what else there is to say about the collection. There are some gory, graphic panels, along with some rather astute observational ones. (Much of the book could be suitable for teens or This is definitely a collection for adults. Let's get that out of the way first. But, overall, these comics are pretty funny. The drawings are simple, but some of the panels are still pretty amusing. I'd never actually seen the Safely Endangered comics before, but I wouldn't mind seeing more of them. I'm not sure what else there is to say about the collection. There are some gory, graphic panels, along with some rather astute observational ones. (Much of the book could be suitable for teens or even younger, but there are those few comics that push it right into the adult category, so be aware of that and don't get lulled into a sense of safety by the first tame one.) Quotable moment: Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for providing a digital ARC.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Paty Pana

    ***I was sent a digital copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*** As always, another webcomic that turns into a book that I loved. In this book you can find the collection of Chris McCoy's comics that will leave you laughing out loud! The jokes are clever and funny and I am happy to say I can't remeber seeing them around before so they still seemed new to me and I enjoyed them deeply. I also liked how the humour wasn't isnultive as it happens to be in similar comics at times. ***I was sent a digital copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*** As always, another webcomic that turns into a book that I loved. In this book you can find the collection of Chris McCoy's comics that will leave you laughing out loud! The jokes are clever and funny and I am happy to say I can't remeber seeing them around before so they still seemed new to me and I enjoyed them deeply. I also liked how the humour wasn't isnultive as it happens to be in similar comics at times. Adult at times, but not triggering. It was very rare not to understand a panel, I think it only happened once and it most possibly was because I am a caveman and sometimes don't know what's going on in the world 0:) I totally read it in one sitting so I definitely recommend buying it when it comes out! You can get Safely endangered comics HERE and can find more of my reviews HERE

  12. 5 out of 5

    Etienne

    Very funny and totally absurd! If you like this kind of humor you will enjoy this book a lot. Absurdity at is best!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. I was absolutely squealing in delight when I spotted this book on Netgalley, this is one of the books in 2019 that I needed in my life, and now I had a chance to read it before the release date. Eep! Of course, I will still buy it as soon as it comes out. I have loved Safely Endangered Comics for a long time now, I got hooked to it one day while browsing WebToons, and now I look forward to each time there is a new comic. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. I was absolutely squealing in delight when I spotted this book on Netgalley, this is one of the books in 2019 that I needed in my life, and now I had a chance to read it before the release date. Eep! Of course, I will still buy it as soon as it comes out. I have loved Safely Endangered Comics for a long time now, I got hooked to it one day while browsing WebToons, and now I look forward to each time there is a new comic. Sometimes they don’t work (due to the topic) but generally I laugh my butt off while reading them. It helps that the artists makes the comics have a nice twist that at times you can see coming, but at times totally not. You expect it to go one way and then boom, something else happens. Since I have been following this comic on WebToons for some time I am not sure if there were any new comics in this one or if they are all old ones. I can just say that I enjoyed them all. I also Whatsapped several to my fiance as he is also a fan of this comic and was just as excited as I was when I got the chance to read this one on Netgalley. The art style is a very fun one and fits the silliness of the comics. All in all, I can’t wait for this one to be released so I can add it to my collection. Now I can only hope more WebToon artists will also make a book with their comics. Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V.

    4.5 rounded up. I really enjoy dark comedy and this comic definitely held up to that. There were so many panels that I wanted to print out and hang on my wall that I actually decided I need a physical copy of this book. Not just the digital copy I received for review. Clever and simple, I would definitely recommend this to anyone that has a slight cynical view of the world and isn’t afraid to show it. Received via Netgalley. All reviews and opinions are expressly my own

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    A bit lukewarm overall, but there were a few cartoons with bite sprinkled in amongst the ones that were lame or trying too hard.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Queen Cronut

    This was an interesting collection of webcomics. They were often hilarious although there was the occasional strip that was a definite miss on the humor radar either because I didn't understand the reference or they were kind of insensitive and too morbid for my tastes. I liked that each comic was standalone and that you could flip through the pages and still enjoy the book regardless of the order you read it in. Additionally, I liked McCoy's artistic style- it was fun and creative how he This was an interesting collection of webcomics. They were often hilarious although there was the occasional strip that was a definite miss on the humor radar either because I didn't understand the reference or they were kind of insensitive and too morbid for my tastes. I liked that each comic was standalone and that you could flip through the pages and still enjoy the book regardless of the order you read it in. Additionally, I liked McCoy's artistic style- it was fun and creative how he portrayed certain characters and events. This book seemed geared more towards an older audience although as there were some obscene jokes made sprinkled in with the PG-rated material. Overall this was a fun read and I loved the sarcasm. *Thank you to NetGalley and publishers for providing a free ARC*

  17. 5 out of 5

    Halle

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Safely Endangered has been a cornerstone of webcomics for the better part of the last decade, and Chris McCoy’s artistic talent and wit have made me cackle madly for years! I just adore his work and sense of humor. Safely Endangered Comics is the latest collection of snappy puns and clean line art; it is perfect for people familiar with McCoy’s art and also great for anyone who loves to laugh!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Noura

    Some webcomics should stay as such and not be collected in book form. This is one of these webcomics.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Stewart Tame

    Full disclosure: I won a free copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. If you're anything like me, you’ve probably seen some of these in your Facebook feed or someplace similar. Chris McCoy has a fairly gentle sense of humor, with occasional forays into geek territory--both in the circus sideshow and the SF/Fantasy nerd senses of the word. He has a pleasant art style, sort of Adventure Time by way of Keith Haring. How funny are these? Eh. On a scale of one to ten I’d say none of them spark Full disclosure: I won a free copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. If you're anything like me, you’ve probably seen some of these in your Facebook feed or someplace similar. Chris McCoy has a fairly gentle sense of humor, with occasional forays into geek territory--both in the circus sideshow and the SF/Fantasy nerd senses of the word. He has a pleasant art style, sort of Adventure Time by way of Keith Haring. How funny are these? Eh. On a scale of one to ten I’d say none of them spark higher than about five or six. A few provoked faint smiles, but that's about it. Possibly my sense of humor was having an off day? I think this is one of those books that you want to flip through in the store to see if it's right for you. Decent enough, I suppose, but nothing I can recommend with any enthusiasm. Your mileage may vary.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bee

    This collection of comics includes some of the greatest hits from McCoy's webcomic of the same name, alongside comics that are exclusive to this collection. As some reviewers have already voiced, the humor isn't for everyone. Count me out of this group. These comics are witty, twisted, a little dark, but unfailingly hilarious. McCoy is a master of his medium and his debut collection is not to be missed. I received my copy of Safely Endangered from Andrews McMeel Publishing via NetGalley in This collection of comics includes some of the greatest hits from McCoy's webcomic of the same name, alongside comics that are exclusive to this collection. As some reviewers have already voiced, the humor isn't for everyone. Count me out of this group. These comics are witty, twisted, a little dark, but unfailingly hilarious. McCoy is a master of his medium and his debut collection is not to be missed. I received my copy of Safely Endangered from Andrews McMeel Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Some of the comics made me really laugh. Definitely can see some jokes in here that aren’t for everyone rated this three stars cause some I really enjoyed but others were a bit meh to me. Still a funny book. Some of the comics made me really laugh. Definitely can see some jokes in here that aren’t for everyone 😅rated this three stars cause some I really enjoyed but others were a bit meh to me. Still a funny book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Seema Rao

    This is the type of book that makes a great holiday gift for that millennial in your life. Its humor is broad enough to appeal to many but maybe particularly funny to those of us born after the computers and the promise of lifelong jobs. I picked up this book because I already love the writer/ illustrator from his site. But, you don't need to know his work to enjoy the book. Thanks to NetGallery for the ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Safely Endangered is full of hilarious comics. I usually keep seeing them from my friends and on some pages on Instagram. When I saw it on Netgalley, I jumped in! I really enjoyed the book. It was easy to read while working. I just read a few pages and went back to work. I especially loved the sarcastic ones. The illustrations are full of surprises and plot twists. Definitely recommend.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    This is just not my type of humor. I found a few panels funny, but the rest ehhhhhhh. My guy however, loved it. Laughed and laughed. But this is my review not his. So ehhhhhhh.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Chloe Wong

    A comedy book reallyyyyy good

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I enjoyed this, but unfortunately I'd read a lot of them before because I follow McCoy on instagram and a lot of the content from this book was originally posted there. A lot of the comics are funny though. If you really like his comics then this might be worth buying but if you're a casual fan or haven't heard of him, I'd recommend just checking out his work on Instagram first.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Aneeza

    One of my favorite comics. I would always click on the new chapter before reading any other webtoons. It brightens my day considerably.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Pragya

    This comic is hilarious and a good break from the seriousness of the world.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Eli

    So this is very straightforward. I've followed Safely Endangered online for probably a few years now, and it's reliably funny, and so for me this book is also reliably funny and I'm happy to have it. So if you go to https://www.safelyendangered.com/ and you enjoy what you see, then you'll probably also enjoy this book and buying it would be a nice way of showing support for the artist, which is something I always recommend doing. On the other hand, if you don't like what you see on the webpage, So this is very straightforward. I've followed Safely Endangered online for probably a few years now, and it's reliably funny, and so for me this book is also reliably funny and I'm happy to have it. So if you go to https://www.safelyendangered.com/ and you enjoy what you see, then you'll probably also enjoy this book and buying it would be a nice way of showing support for the artist, which is something I always recommend doing. On the other hand, if you don't like what you see on the webpage, then there's probably not much point to spending money on the same basic thing only in the form of paper. Simple, right? Anyway, if you absolutely must have more info, here's a brief rundown: -The art is minimalistic, but there are still times when it's worth paying attention to the details. The basic gist is that the art exists to communicate the joke, and so there aren't always a lot of frills or visual extras. So if you're someone who can't stand cartoony art, well, this is probably not for you. Otherwise, though, you're good. -The jokes are often punny, either visually or linguistically or both. So if you don't like puns, guess what? This might not be for you! -Some of the jokes are, indeed, thinkers. I don't mind that because I like to be puzzled every now and then; also, none of the jokes escaped me for too long. But if that's not for you... et cetera. -In my personal opinion, only a few of the jokes push the boundaries of good taste, so you're probably not gonna piss anybody off by having this lying around or even giving it as a gift. -And, y'know, again, I thought it was funny. If you don't like humor, then, uhhhhhhhhhhhh... So there you go - it's not a perfect book, some of the jokes are funnier than others, but it's a very solid and absolutely enjoyable book, and you can get a preview for free online. What more do you want, really? (Also, for the record, I received this book for free through this site's giveaway program, although, honestly, that was more because I was greedy and wanted a nice paper copy of these comics.)

  30. 4 out of 5

    Isaiah

    To read more reviews check out MI Book Reviews. I got an ARC of this book. I have seen a few of these comics floating around online, but never devoted any real effort towards finding them. I really should have. This book shows that I am really slow on the uptake of modern webcomics. I loved this book. I read it while I was stuck in doing work things, that required a bunch of waiting around. Despite being surrounded by coworkers and others that I come in contact with regularly while working, I was To read more reviews check out MI Book Reviews. I got an ARC of this book. I have seen a few of these comics floating around online, but never devoted any real effort towards finding them. I really should have. This book shows that I am really slow on the uptake of modern webcomics. I loved this book. I read it while I was stuck in doing work things, that required a bunch of waiting around. Despite being surrounded by coworkers and others that I come in contact with regularly while working, I was laughing out loud and snorting over theses comics. I showed a few pages to someone and she started laughing. She didn't  know what webcomics were, so now she says that she will look them up if they are anything like this one. So just a few comics and someone was converted. It was that good. Most of the book was filled with comics that I hadn't seen before, which given my level of dedication is not that surprising. It was, however refreshing, after the last few collection of webcomics that I read left me sad. This one made me laugh, it made me interested in the comic, and it even mentioned a way to support the author even more. There is just so much to love about the comic.  The art is simple, in a way that allows the joke to take center stage. It is not overly simplistic so I know I couldn't draw anything better even if I tried, but it seems intentionally to focus on the humor. I am impressed. 

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