Actually Nothing Even Matters and You’re Wasting Your Life

Three Comics about Death, Ambition, and the Internet by Alli Katz

Actually Nothing Even Matters and You’re Wasting Your Life

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“Death is Inevitable”

Upper left panel: 
Dad, green: God. Is it bedtime? 
Mom, blue: I know. We're so old.

Upper right panel: 
Dad: lol but we're not. 
Mom: Yea. Ha. That's why it's funny.

Lower left panel: 
Child, purple: Hello! I'm much younger. To me you are very old. 

Lower right panel:
Child: And no matter how old you are...each day brings you closer to death.

“I Love the Internet”

Upper left panel:
Woman, green: I read something on the internet...
Man, purple: Ooo! Do tell! I love the internet!

Upper right panel:
Woman: Scientists say there's a 20% chance we're living in a computer simulation.

Lower left panel: 
Man: Hmm...

Lower right panel: 
Man: Explains this (points to "loading" bar at the bottom of the panel.)

“My Best”

Upper left panel: 
Patient, light blue: I'm trying to be the best me I can be

Upper right panel: 
Psychiatrist, light red: *listening* 
Patient: *silent* 

Lower left panel:
Psychiatrist: *listening* 
Patient: *silent* 

Lower right panel:
Patient: That is it.

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