She's Back! Allie Brosh's Webcomic Hyperbole and a Half Returns After a Long Hiatus

Ever since Allie Brosh and her webcomic Hyperbole and a Half dropped off the face of the Internet more than a year ago, we've been twiddling our thumbs, attempting to find similar webcomics (her friend Matthew Inman creates a pretty good, and wildly successful one called The Oatmeal), and putting her return on our wish lists.

And this morning, we received very good news.

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Brosh's last post before her hiatus was titled "Adventures in Depression," which featured her main character (herself) who was struggling with the pressure of putting together a book (set to come out this fall) while losing interest in all the things she loves.

And then she took a much-needed break. Her webcomic was widely popular despite its very simple style -- Brosh creates Hyperbole in Microsoft Paint -- and had thousands of readers and fans.

This morning, Brosh posted a new comic,in which she talks about her time off and her increasingly bright future.


Stay tuned for more details about her upcoming book, "Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened."

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Claire Lawton
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