# Math Comics

## Funny abstruse goose comic

Abstruse goose had a funny comic titled A Mathematician’s Apology I won’t ruin the punchline, but it starts off with an older looking mathematician trying to find a novel proof of the Poincare Conjecture. Check it out!

## Cool math art

Minnhagen on deviantart.com drew the picture above. I thought it was pretty cool looking ðŸ˜€

## Sine Flu

Two excellent “Sine Flu” comics!! See below. The first comes from LukeSurl.com. His comics are very good. I haven’t read all of them yet, but it’s one of the things on my to do list ðŸ˜€ The second is the popular Brown Sharpie. I love the Seinfeld twist! errr Sinefeld ðŸ˜‰

## BrownSharpie – Knitting Circle

This Brown Sharpie comic is great ðŸ˜€ Just the other day, there was some math profs in the department talking about crafts and knitting. Apparently, they have their own little club and are meeting for craft night!! :-\

## new xkcd and abstruse goose

For some reason, both xkcd and Abstruse Goose comics today were very entertaining to me!! Yay! By the way, today’s Abstruse Goose comic references one of my favorite movies (and I don’t mean star wars! arrg). Check it out, hilarious! Here is a hint.

## Webcomics – the usual ghosts – Peebles Lab

1. the usual ghosts It’s a comic about life, science and ghosts. Sometimes has potty humor. Sometimes is geeky in the sciencey kind of way. Not very mathy though :-|, and doesn’t seem to update often. My favorite from that site (click to visit the site): Another good one from “the usual ghosts”: 2. Peebles …

## Check out “Not So Humble Pi” math comic

Check out this comic about math: It’s called Not So Humble Pi … apparently the guy is going to be releasing a new batch of comics on November 1st, 2009, and will post one each day!

## xkcd comic – airports

xkcd has a decent comic up today about airports… (decent in comparison to previous comics):

## Math Teachers at Play 17

The mathrecreation blog just posted Math Teachers at Play 17 (well on Oct 15th, so I’m a few days late). You can find lots of humour (umm… or humor as they said on their site)… movies, activities, and MATH!! As quoted: “There is plenty of humor, a few movies, some great activities and explorations, and …