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Coding Explained in 25 Profound Comics

We asked our open source community to share the comics they found most profoundly described coding, via our news site. Here are their 25 most upvoted comics.

#1

artist: Randall Munroe

#2

artist: Jason Heeris

#3

artist: Oliver Widder

#4

artist: Randall Munroe

#5

artist: CommitStrip

#6

Artist: Zach Weinersmith

#7

artist: Abstruse Goose

#8

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#9

Artist: Unknown

#10

artist: Randall Munroe

#11

artist: Drake Emko and Jen Brodzik

#12

artist: Randall Munroe

#13

Artist: Lalith Suresh

#14

artist: Randall Munroe

#15

artist: Eric Burke

#16

artist: Jorge Cham

#17

artist: Randall Munroe

#18

Artist: Kania

#19

artist: Manu Cornet

#20

artist: Abstruse Goose

#21

artist: Randall Munroe

#22

artist: Commit Strip

#23

artist: Abstruse Goose

#24

artist: Randall Munroe

#25

artist: Abstruse Goose

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Special thanks to the following campers who contributed comics: @maximization, @carlp3, @serpentadonis, @duttkapil, @noellegrandison, @biancamihai, @anthonygallina, @bergy, @dougtslug, @harames, @elliescode, @denmch. And to the entire Free Code Camp community for upvoting them.