System32Comics (previously here and here) is a comic series that is based on, you guessed it, computer humor. But that doesn't mean you have to fluent in C++ to understand them. All of these strips are based on everyday experiences of using a computer.
"I became obsessed with computers when I was about 15," the creator of the series, Andrew Gale, wrote on Bored Panda. "I had always wanted to own a gaming PC but my parents couldn't afford one. So, in an attempt to save money, I decided to try and build one myself and started researching the parts that I needed. The gaming PC has played a massive role in my life. Not only have I used it for gaming, but got into digital editing as well. It has taught me to edit videos, create animations and other digital art. This got me to a few first places winners in various film and art festivals and eventually lead me to create system32comics."
Following the success of his comics, Andre told Bored Panda that, "there has definitely been more weight on my shoulder since my comic became viral. I am more pressured in releasing quality content over the quantity of my comics. I figured that releasing quality content is much better for the longevity of my comics series as sometimes ideas for technology can become scarce."
Some commenters have said that System32comics can be seen as hints to blame developers who create products without second thought or ethics or users who forget common sense. "In a society that is dominated by capitalism, it is not uncommon to see a company throw out the ethics of their consumers in favor of profit (cough cough, Blizzard) so in a way, my comics are used to criticize these bad practices," the author explained.
"I see myself continuing this series and possibly creating a new comic series that doesn’t have to focus on technology humor," Andrew added. "Technology comics is cool, but if you milk on that idea too much, you’ll eventually run out."