There used to exist a really wonderful webcomic called Pictures for Sad Children. A few years ago its creator, John Campbell, grew tired of the project and removed all of it from the internet. But the comic was hugely influential, and you can find most of its pieces reproduced online if you do a Google search.
Lesser known is the author’s smaller follow-up comic that was (somewhat bizarrely) themed around a fictionalized recounting of the life of the actor Michael Keaton. This comic has also been taken down completely, and it is much harder to find any of its pieces online.
There was one of the Michael Keaton comics that I loved in particular, though, and which I managed to find using a lot of patience and the Internet Archive site. I am reproducing it here not because I have any right to do so, but because it was too sad for me to think that it might get lost to humanity.