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Stafford started the comic in 2011. However, there is no extant Extra Fabulous material from that year. The earliest post on the comic's Facebook page is dated November 19th, 2012 (shown below, left) and the first post on the comic's website is dated October 11th, 2013 (shown below, right).
Over the course of the following several years, Extra Fabulous developed a strong social media following as Stafford posted his comics across several channels. In 2015, he was interviewed by Things In Squares where he explained his "Sleep Tite" comic had been his most successful to that point (shown below).
Extra Fabulous Comics has grown thanks in part to its significant online presence. The comic has over 308,000 likes on Facebook, 50,000 Twitter followers, a subreddit with 19,000 subscribers, and over 220,000 Instagram subscribers.
Don't Look at Them Ricky
Don't Look at Them Ricky! is a webcomic featuring a son who undergoes a transformation after witnessing two men kissing while walking with his mother. The comic is often used as an exploitable template to depict other transformations in a similar vein to the "Sweet Jesus, Pooh!" comic series.
In April 2014, the webcomic Extra Fabulous Comics posted a comic titled "Probably Not How it Works," in which a mother warns her son to look away from two men kissing before he is magically transformed into a sweater vest, tie and pair of heart-shaped sunglasses (shown below).
On April 28th, 2014, Redditor FunkSiren submitted the comic to the /r/Unexpected subreddit, where it garnered more than 3,500 votes (90% upvoted) and 90 comments prior to being archived. On June 27th, NeoGAF member Peff submitted a Jojo's Bizarre Adventure-themed version of the comic (shown below, left). On May 3rd, 2015, the original comic was submitted to the /r/ireland subreddit, where it gathered upwards of 2,600 votes (91% upvoted) and 140 comments. On June 29th, Redditor friendzoned_niceguy submitted a version of the comic titled "The birth of a furry" to the /r/CringeAnarchy subreddit (shown below, right).
Bobby Has Created the Opposite of Art
Bobby Has Created the Opposite of Art is an exploitable webcomics created by Extra Fabulous Comics in which an art teacher tells a class that anything can be art. He then looks at a character named Bobby's drawing and declares "Bobby has created the opposite of art." What Bobby has drawn is changed in the variations.
On November 20th, 2017, Extra Fabulous Comics creator "Zach" uploaded a black-and-white drawing of the comic to /r/comics, where it gained over 7,100 upvotes (shown below).
The following day, the comic was posted to /r/MemeEconomy, where it gained 22 upvotes. On January 31st, 2018, Zach published a colorized version of the comic to each of his social media outlets (shown below).
The following day, the comic was turned into an exploitable. On February 1st, Redditor Razgrl277 uploaded a variation that gained 3,300 upvotes (shown below, left). The same day, Imgur user FHM4 uploaded a template for the image.
I Sure Wish I Had Some Bread
I Sure Wish I Had Some Bread is an exploitable web comic featuring a duck who immediately has bread tossed in front of him after saying "I sure wish I had some bread," leading him to wish for other humorous things to come to pass.
On October 16th, 2017, Extra Fabulous Comics posted a comic in which a duck says "sure wish I had some sweet duck pussy" after being thrown a broken up piece of bread (shown below).
That same day, the comic was featured on the Extra Fabulous Comics Facebook page, where it gained over 10,000 reactions, 2,800 shares and 1,000 comments in 72 hours. Meanwhile, Redditor NotManicJustHappy submitted the comic to /r/MemeEconomy, speculating "this looks like it has some serious meme potential." Within 48 hours, the post received more than 4,100 points (95% upvoted) and 50 comments. On October 17th, an edited version of the comic featuring the speech bubble "Sure wish I had some communist revolution" was submitted to /r/FullCommunism (shown below).
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