Realfield like Lasagna too…

Replace Garfield with a cat and what do you get? A WAY FUNNIER COMIC.

(maybe should find a way to do it with my book)

About Juan Navarro

Juan Navarro is an Artist and Writer, who works in Comics and Film, past works include ZOMBIE YEARS, TOMMY (with John Ulloa) and the webcomic VIGIL, and currently the Editor-in-Chief of CREATURE ENTERTAINMENT. Past film credits include WALL OF SHAME, THANKS GRANDPA and COLLECTORS. Upcoming projects are REZ and 5.BRO
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34 Responses to Realfield like Lasagna too…

  1. Blockade Boy says:

    Haw! I’ve seen Garfield cartoons with all of Garfield’s thought balloons removed, leaving him as a mysteriously smiling observer, but this version trumps that one, handily. I think it’s kind of awesome, to be honest. Thanks for posting it!

  2. amirman says:

    i think this version of garfield is more sad and believable whereas the version with garfield removed…

    http://garfieldminusgarfield.tumblr.com/

    …is just hilarious.

  3. juannavarro says:

    aha, Yeah I saw that too! Jesus it just turns into a existential nightmare! It’s like Stupid American Comic about a fat orange cat who hates Mondays to American Psycho!

  4. A. Herath says:

    LOOL

    Too Funny, Came here from Digg.

  5. harris says:

    Cute cat

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  8. Ausoff says:

    The ways people change this horribly unfunny comic to make it funny are stunning. I’ve seen the no garfield one, the no garfield dialog one, and the “lets rearrange the comics in random order!” one. now this one….Genius.

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  10. Andrew says:

    I LOVE REALFIELD!!!

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  14. Nito says:

    I think this is just as clever as the Garfield minus Garfield comics…Not only does the cat look a lot less cartoonish, but it doesn’t react *AT ALL*…Garfield is too “human”; Realfield is like a real cat, and really shows off the insanity of one who converses with their pet cat…

  15. Dangermouse says:

    I still believe the best form of this joke includes Garfield as a silent witness.

  16. Dangermouse says:

    The addition of this cat is unnecessary and absurd to me.

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  18. Monica says:

    This is the funniest thing I’ve ever seen! I just can’t stop smiling! Good show!

  19. Darren says:

    Just a bad ripoff of this site:

    http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/

  20. Elly says:

    HAHAHAHA this is the most funniest thing ever!!! =D I can’t stop laughing!!!!

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  22. omg says:

    omgogmomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgom

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  24. holodo says:

    “Just a bad ripoff of this site: http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/

    Realfield came first. For that matter Silent Garfield did also.

  25. Jared D says:

    The irrefutable futility of life itself is made astoundingly clear in these enormously relevant, intensely satirical, and deeply scathing vignettes. I’m nearly tempted to gouge out my eyes, as there can be no greater universal truth then what has been seen here at this time.

  26. lol_alf says:

    This reminds me of real cats, the weird way they focus on your face.

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  28. Paul Silvery Sun says:

    the fact is that Jon is a lonely guy that talks too much with his cat

  29. lappaho says:

    Briliant work

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