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» Fermat's Last Theorem (Light Gray w/ Famous Quote)
» Cartoon: Venus Flytrap and Pitcher Plant
» Cartoon: Dinosaurs and Asteroid
» Cartoon: Ants at Picnic
» Cartoon: Ant and Ladybug
» Cartoon: Windy Spider Website
» Max and Beyond Gym: Regular Weights
» Cartoon: Big Couch Potato and Out of Order Sign
» Do You EVER Lift Bro?
» Cartoon: More Than a Couch Potato
» Cartoon: Vultures and "What's for Dinner?" (V2.0)
» Cartoon: Ants and Aliens
» Cartoon: Keeping Up With the Parameciums
» Cartoon: Early Birds
» Cartoon: Fleas Hiking On Back of Dog
» Cartoon: Ballooning Spiders
» Cartoon: U.S. Army Ants & Jumping Jacks
» Cartoon: Sharks and Marlin
» Cartoon: Fly Caught in Venus Flytrap
» Cartoon: Vultures and "What's for Dinner?" (V1.0)
» Cartoon: Wolves vs. Sheep
» Cartoon: U.S. Army Ants
» Cool Story Bro! ... Please Tell It Again!
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» Vocabulary Words Set #1
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Welcome to the home of the MAX AND BEYOND Cartoons!
This is our new online store where we take humor to the Max and Beyond !! Thanks to CAFEPRESS.COM, we are now selling hundreds of products such as t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, coffee mugs, drink coasters, gym bags, beach totes, etc. with funny cartoons that are wacky and zany like those of the Far Side Cartoon made famous by Gary Larson. We also sell products with designs based on math, physics, chemistry, biology, science, fitness, bowling, etc. to complement our humorous cartoons. Please check back often for updates.

Cartoon: Amoeba Math

Schrödinger's Pro Shop (With Cats)

Cartoon: Tennis Court Spiders

Cartoon: Tennis Court Spiders
Spiders are known to build a new web each day, but it's frustrating for these guys. Instead of attracting insects, they're attracting tennis balls. Perhaps they should have chosen another location.

Cartoon: Alligator, Crocodile, and Frog

Cartoon: Alligator, Crocodile, and Frog
The alligators are just finishing a nice conversation on a sunny afternoon in the pond. They love to say goodbye by saying "See ya later, alligator!" and "In a while, crocodile!" ... How appropriate!

Cartoon: Amoebas & Bifurcation Theory

Fermat's Last Theorem (Light Gray w/ Famous Quote)

Fermat's Last Theorem (Light Gray w/ Famous Quote)
Fermat's Last Theorem was first conjectured by Pierre de Fermat in 1637 and was considered to be one of the most difficult math problems until it was finally proven in 1995 by Andrew Wiles.

Cartoon: Venus Flytrap and Pitcher Plant

Cartoon: Venus Flytrap and Pitcher Plant
The Venus Flytrap and the Pitcher Plant are interesting carnivorous plants, which are found mostly in the bogs and marshes of North and South Carolina, where the soil is lacking nutrients.

Cartoon: Dinosaurs and Asteroid

Cartoon: Ants at Picnic

Cartoon: Ant and Ladybug

Cartoon: Windy Spider Website

Cartoon: Windy Spider Website
The strongest silk in the insect world is made by Darwin's Bark Spiders, which have a tensile strength 3 times that of stainless steel (1652 MPa vs. 520 MPa). Our spiders take it to the Max and Beyond

Max and Beyond Gym: Regular Weights

Max and Beyond Gym: Regular Weights
Max and Beyond Gym!
If the bar ain't bendin', then you're just pretendin'!!

Cartoon: Big Couch Potato and Out of Order Sign

Do You EVER Lift Bro?

Cartoon: More Than a Couch Potato

Cartoon: Vultures and "What's for Dinner?" (V2.0)

Cartoon: Vultures and "What's for Dinner?" (V2.0)
It's another normal day for the vultures. They are circling around some animal carcasses. One of them asks "What's for dinner?" ...

Cartoon: Ants and Aliens

Cartoon: Ants and Aliens
This design is a tribute to world-renowned, theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku (at the City University of New York) and his famous analogy, which involves ants and humans.

Cartoon: Keeping Up With the Parameciums

Cartoon: Early Birds

Cartoon: Fleas Hiking On Back of Dog

Cartoon: Ballooning Spiders

Cartoon: Ballooning Spiders
These spiders love to balloon their way across the land. What a way to see the country. It's the O-O-Only way to fly!

Cartoon: U.S. Army Ants & Jumping Jacks

Cartoon: U.S. Army Ants & Jumping Jacks
The U.S. Army Ants are unable to perform jumping jacks correctly. The "Sarge" is upset and blows a gasket. Oh, there goes the private's army hat; it's flying in the air!

Cartoon: Sharks and Marlin

Cartoon: Sharks and Marlin
Interesting facts: (1) Sharks can smell chemicals about 10,000 times better than humans. (2) Sharks can detect a drop of blood from as far away as a quarter mile. (3) Sharks have a "directional" sense

Cartoon: Fly Caught in Venus Flytrap

Cartoon: Fly Caught in Venus Flytrap
This high-tech fly is smart enough to know the scientific name for a Venus flytrap, but is foolish enough to get stuck in one. One question: Where did he get the giant cell phone?

Cartoon: Vultures and "What's for Dinner?" (V1.0)

Cartoon: Vultures and "What's for Dinner?" (V1.0)
It's another normal day for the vultures. They are circling around some animal carcasses. One of them asks "What's for dinner?" ...

Cartoon: Wolves vs. Sheep

Cartoon: Wolves vs. Sheep
The wolves and sheep are supposed to be playing a friendly game of soccer, but it turns out the sheep are getting slaughtered 11-0. Is this any surprise? At least they aren't getting eaten alive.

Cartoon: U.S. Army Ants

Cartoon: U.S. Army Ants
These army ants look more like zombie ants. The "sarge" is NOT pleased. He barks out "MOVE IT you Namby Pambys!!"

Cool Story Bro! ... Please Tell It Again!

Schrödinger's Pro Shop

Fermat's Last Theorem (Light Gray with Writing)

Fermat's Last Theorem (Light Gray with Writing)
Fermat's Last Theorem was first conjectured by Pierre de Fermat in 1637 and was considered to be one of the most difficult math problems until it was finally proven in 1995 by Andrew Wiles.

Vocabulary Words Set #1

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