In a sense, all of my comics are about human society in some way.
On the surface, my comics might often seem to be about reindeer on an island, or rats in cages, but I always choose scenarios that stand in for human society.
Social problems stem from the unintended consequences of our actions as individuals. They stem from the parts of ourselves that we neglect and ignore. When multiplied across millions of people, what we ignore as individuals become joint social problems.
Featured on this page are the comics that are most explicitly about the way that we conduct ourselves as a culture, as a civilisation, as a society.
Released to the web in 2009, my comic Amusing Ourselves to Death was the most popular thing on my website, and a mini internet phenomenon. So how come I decided to remove this comic from my website?
A classic experiment into drug addiction science. Would rats choose to take drugs if given a stimulating environment and social company?