Home - First Comic - Latest Comic - Archive - Add To Favorites - RSS

King Charles VI of France thought he was made of glass, and that if he fell he would shatter. Thomas Aquinas was made a saint because he mistook some sardines for herring. Until 1929, Italy officially denied that the Vatican State existed. The world's first public pay toilets were invented by a Roman emperor in the year 74 AD. And that's history, too.

Latest Comic:


St. James' Park

News

May 22nd, 2013, 7:10 pm

What's history?

History tends to be a lot of boring dates and names and numbers, lines of succession, battles, wars and geography.

It doesn't always have to be like that, though. Sometimes it's about two blind guys named Vasily fighting over who gets to be king of Russia. Sometimes it's about a crazy, eye-patch-wearing king who's obsessed with architecture and fathering illegitimate children, or monks faking letters from the pope in order to fool the government into making them tax-exempt.

Sometimes, it's really interesting.

News Archive >>