LOOK: These #MundaneAdults comics about adulting will make you say ‘it me’

When we were kids, we hoped and prayed we grew up faster because we wanted the benefits that it had: we could watch TV for as long as we’d like, we could stay up all night long, we could drive to wherever we wanted, we could do whatever we wanted and be taken seriously for it.

Guess what: you’re all grownup now.

by DarlingKink
by DarlingKink

And it isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. We’ve got bills to pay, funds to meet, heartache, alcohol, sad emotional nights, you name it. It’s all there.

MundaneAdultsComic book maker and illustrator Rob Cham created a project titled Mundane Adults and each and every bit will make you say “it me,” or at least give you a faint sense that you aren’t experiencing these things alone.

by Rob Cham
by Rob Cham

Rob explained that these are “comics for those of us who do not feel like kids anymore.”

by KAMP aka Kamella Pearl Villa
by KAMP aka Kamella Pearl Villa

We the Pvblic asked Rob how he came up with the comic series:

1. What made you come up with the idea of mundane adults?

by Huhsmile

“It was me and my friends talking about Sundae Kids. How we wanted to parody it with Mundane Adults. (Sundae, Monday, Mundane, Adults, Kids.) Where instead of romanticization and glamorizing relationships we show more of the mundane side of things.”

by Grickenfish
by Grickenfish

2. How many artists are you currently collaborating with for the series?

by Rob Cham
by Rob Cham

Didn’t really plan to collaborate. Just posted a few random strips. Told folks that Mundane Kids was free for anyone to use as a title for this kind of thing, and friends started contributing, and so when even more people saw that they joined in.

by Rombutan
by Rombutan

It’s crowdsourced, I guess.

by Janjan Comics
by Janjan Comic

3. Which one’s your favorite?

by Hulyen
by Hulyen

Hulyen’s.

4. What can you tell broken, uninspired child at heart adults out there?

Stop being children at heart. Hugot is lame.

written by Jobim Javier art by Rob Cham
written by Jobim Javier, art by Rob Cham
By Rona Andres
By Rona Andres

If you understand this, you’ve pretty much had it with adulting.

by 8-bitfiction
by 8-bitfiction

All photos from Rob Cham’s Facebook by talented artists.

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