Is Care Bears too dated a reference? What else would make that color vomit?
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Lab Bratz Science Cartoon
Welcome to Lab Bratz, the science comic your lab-mates are reading behind your back while pretending to be doing literature searches on PubMed! We are your home for science humor and laboratory jokes, with the occasional noisy bout of potty humor tossed in for good measure, just like it happens in real life, when you're trying to count spots under the microscope.
Whether you're a mad scientist searching for your next funding opportunity, a frazzled college student struggling through Biology 101 or a sarcastic lab rat trying to find out who moved your cheese, you'll laugh yourself silly over the antics of the Lab Bratz crew. Follow the weekly adventures of the Chang and Ruby labs as they compete to find a comedic cure for life (huh? I guess that would be Death. Let's skip that analogy for now). It's a classic, epic, no; an AWESOME cartoon battle of rich lab vs. poor lab, featuring lab techs on fire for science (often literally), sleep-deprived post-doctoral students pulling all-nighters in front of the coffee maker, and the silliest gaggle of graduate students to ever pirate music off the Internet. In other words, it's geeky science humor at its finest. Or science humour, if we were British. Think of it as our gift to you, the science nerd par excellence.
Life in the lab isn't for everyone. But the Lab Bratz can turn any scientific disaster into a science joke. So if you recognize some of the unusual situations or wacky characters in this web comic and you're wondering if we have a Spycam installed in your laboratory (how else would we know about the epic fail with your unbalanced centrifuge or that time you were lighting your farts like you were a human Bunsen Burner), be warned, we do. It's right above your incubator. No, not that one, the one that always runs out of CO2 over the weekend. We're watching you. And we think YOU'RE funny too. Lab Bratz. Putting the fun in "funding" since 2005.
Lab Bratz is written by Ed Dunphy and drawn by Helber Soares. Earlier episodes were drawn by Max Velati and Tony Maldonado. Lettering fonts are by Blambot. Special thanks to Nate Piekos! Many of the balloon elements used are modified from Ninja Lettering.
Lab Bratz, all characters, stories and this website are owned by Edward Dunphy and are protected under copyright law.