Since 2005, the guys over at Explosm.net have been pushing the boundaries of webcomics with their title “Cyanide & Happiness.” A salute to everything weird, violent, joyful and perverse, “Cyanide & Happiness” has become one of the Web’s most cherished and shared comics. The comic’s unique style of hyper-violence and controversial material has built a following that represents more of a community than a fan base. We caught up with the creators of “Cyanide & Happiness”–Rob DenBleyker, Matt Melvin and Dave McElfatrick–at their booth on the floor of San Diego Comic-Con 2012 to talk about the genesis of the comic’s style and the time they went too far.
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