The Perry Bible Fellowship
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The Perry Bible Fellowship (PBF for short) is a webcomic by Nicholas Gurewitch. It originated in the Syracuse University newspaper The Daily Orange. The comics are short and three or four panels long, and are generally characterized by the juxtaposition of childlike imagery or fantasy with extremely morbid humor, with no set plot. A variety of artistic styles are employed.
PBF is updated once per week (originally on Sundays to correspond with its Biblical title, but now more often on Tuesdays), and has a devoted following. It appears in around a dozen newspapers, including the New York Press, and The Guardian.
A significant proportion of the strips feature anthropomorphic content, although there is no indication whether or not any association with the furry fandom is intended. Furry or not, much of the content is sexually explicit.