Brainstuck.com can be called a cartoon blog with an identity crisis since the comics posted here do not belong to any niche. More than 700 single-panel comics have been posted here on random subjects.
About the Cartoonist:
All the comics on Brainstuck.com are original work of Anshul Maheshwari.
He uses a regular pen and paper or sometimes a tablet PC to draw the cartoons. Cartooning isn’t his full time work and he is believed to be earning his beer, bread and butter by doing something else, something more feasible.
If you want to know anything else about him, feel free to drop him an email at anshul at brainstuck dot com.
You can read cartoonist Anshul’s interview at BeingaBlogger here. Since then the cartoonist has also been featured or interviewed by several media entities like IndianExpress, NDTV MetroNation, for his creations at Brainstuck.com.
Distribution/Intellectual Property Rights:
All the content posted on the site is free to use, redistribute or reproduce (including on T-shirts, mugs, post-its, or your personal homepage) only if it is for personal use and not for any commercial purposes. Also, it is appreciated if every such reproduction, either carries the name “Brainstuck.com” in a legible font (not in fonts like wingdings, symbols etc.) or is linked back to Brainstuck.com.
Brainstuck.com cartoons are not allowed to be syndicated in print media (of any kind) without any prior permission. The licensing terms and conditions can be read here.
Bookmarklets/Add to Favorites:
If you like the cartoons here, please share them by adding it at social bookmarking sites like Digg, Stumbleupon, Deli.cio.us, Reddit, Furl, Yahoo etc. Sharing will not only popularize the blog, but also motivate the cartoonist to produce more of good comics.
If you come across any bugging flaw or a broken link in the website, please report it in the comments section. Every feedback, bouquet or brickbat, is welcome.
No Offences Meant:
This website doesn’t intend to offend anybody. Any resemblance to any entity, individuals, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.