Scandinavia And The World is a great comic, even if you couldn't care less about history. This is a personal favorite of mine, joking on the stereotypes that Danes, Norwegians, and Swedes have about each other's languages. (It's fun to see things written from a Danish perspective for me, too - here you're lucky to find someone who realizes that "Danish" isn't just the name of a pastry.)
Denmark(To America): Try saying "Rødgrød med fløde!"
America: Roedgroed meed floode.
Denmark: Heh, that sounds funny.
America: It's hard to say.
Sweden(Holding a potato): Here America, try saying it with a potato in your mouth.
America(With the potato in his mouth): Rog grog meg flaog.
Sweden & Norway: HAHAHA!!! Perfect Danish!
Denmark(Holding a beer out to America): Hmpf. Drink eight of these and say it with the potato in your mouth.
America(Drunkenly): Roga grouiga me flouiga...
Denmark(Glaring and Norway & Sweden): Perfect Swedish! Now try singing it.
America(With music notes around the words): Roga grouiga me flouiga!
Denmark(Still glaring, now Norway and Sweden are glaring at him too): Perfect Norwegian!
(Switch to a breakfast table. America is eating pancakes with a visible hangover, Canada is eating cereal.)
America: I swear Canada, I didn't visit any bars last night! I was getting language lessons!
Canada(Unbelieving): Sure, whatever.