Bio



Grant Snider's interests have changed drastically since he was four years old - with the exception of dragons, dinosaurs, and drawing. 

Grant's first published cartoons appeared in the University of Kansas student newspaper, followed by a weekly strip called "Delayed Karma" for the Kansas City Star. His comics and illustrations now appear in newspapers, books, magazines, and across the internet. He lives in Wichita, Kansas with his family, where he practices orthodontics and webcomics.

22 comments:

antonia dee said...

"He is currently studying orthodontics at the University of Colorado-Denver and hoping that readers of Incidental Comics are easier to entertain than teenagers with braces"

hahahahahahaaaa!!!! I would say so far so good lol

Anonymous said...

I grew up on newspaper comics as well, but now have a list of online comic links that I go browse on a daily basis since I don't subscribe to a paper any longer. I now have another link that will start in the top ten favorites. And from the great square state as well...

JG1 said...

And he ´s funny...

Love your work, best regards from Brazil.

PS: Have you ever heard about Liniers?

guguga said...

You drew something on architecture too. That's cool....Just wondering are you architecture student before?

Anonymous said...

It's easier to look into people's mouths than eyes!

Axel said...

Your work reminds me of Roz Chast-with a little James T Pendergrast thrown in. Enjoying it!

Germán Maretto said...

Reached you via Facebook. You rock, man! Keep on drawing!

Paul D Pruitt said...

Great comics :-). Check out my Sparkol Videoscribe birthday card video which feature's elephant writing like your most recent strip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41MPaCe16WQ.

Johan Mathiesen said...

Hey, I've got a molar that needs to come out. Coming to Portland anytime soon?

Fer Vergara said...

I really like what you do, I love the colors that you use and the order.

Cheers from Chile :)

Anonymous said...

Grant,

Your writing will keep us smiling well after our braces are off. Forget dentistry. Continue philosophy with humor.

Duane

Anonymous said...

Love your comics and illustration style

tmprrdmn said...

Absolutely keep making these awesome comic strips , philosophical and inspirational as they are. Luv them!

Kust0r said...

Hi, I love your work! You've beeen featured here: http://www.formagramma.com/?p=4335

Please let me know if this bother you.

meh said...

I may have already commented on how much I love your comics but I'll do it again because it's been a while.
I love your comics! The style, the humor, the coloring, all of it. kudos.

doorsfperception said...

Its a fellow orthodontist fan wishing you draw many more lines,caternary curves,angles ,planes creating magic that illuminates.
You now have more tools - humor and Orthodontrix - to sculpt that smile.

warnermc said...

Love your insight and point of view.

cinthyaanand said...

It's a fine art to walk the line between being deep and sounding pompous, and you manage beautifully. Love your work. :)

Dr. J said...

I just want to know if you had braces as a teenager? And not those invisaline things where the lab does all the work and the dentist collects the rent!

Vic Harper said...

Bravo! good humor, nicely presented

Richad Avianto said...

very nice blog. i like all comics on this blog, very2 funny

best regards from Indonesia

fk2005 said...

It's really depressing that someone who is this good at comics can't earn a living from it. Back when people actually bought newspapers, he probably could have done. As someone above said "I now have a list of online comics that I go browse...since I don't subscribe to a paper any longer". Yep, and that's why in ten years' time we'll all be consuming content written by imbeciles.