What were Megg, Mogg, and Owl like in high school? The answer may surprise you in this epic story.
Until the remains of Alex Schubert's fishing boat are found, we are keeping the flame of hope alive by having guest artists fill in for him. This week the Blobby Boys get signed by Gene Simmons and it's the worst thing that ever happened to them.
The Honeycomb Rabbits are Steven Weissman's interpretation of the Watership Down characters.
The Executioner and his Slime Golum are off on another adventure.
Gayle and Phyllis are two nice old ladies who have been recruited by Uncle Sam to be a couple of Rambos overseas. In this comic strip, they are taken prisoner by a dictator named Tiny Miracle and forced to perform karaoke songs for his amusement.
Michael wants his new haircut to look like Taylor Hanson from Hanson. Will he get his wish?
Until Alex Schubert rises from the grave, his comic is being drawn by guest artists. This week, it's the famed and celebrated Sammy Harkham. He shows the Blobby Boys dealing with a realistic and sad experience.
Kim is excited that North has been accepted into an exclusive preschool. Kanye is just OK with it.
Some friends go swimming and then head to a grocery store for free samples in this strange and pretty comic by Alexander Robyn.
Megg needs to go to some normal person event and she needs Mogg to join her. Unfortunately, he's high as shit and sleeping in the garage.
Two nice old ladies have been given Rambo's job and now they are the Blood Lady Commandos. In this chapter the BLCs are on a hunt to rescue some MIAs.
Drunk assholes everywhere are using a new app to get cars to pick them up—read about it in this comic by the artist better known as Killer Acid.
Leslie's having a bad day. Sorry, Leslie.
Alex Schubert is MIA again this week. Filling in for him is comics legend Ron Regé, Jr. This week's comic has more political outrage then ever before seen in Fashion Cat.
The boys from G 'n' R are running Canter's Deli and they are disgusting.
Owl goes on a date with a woman who hates him and it goes as unpredictably bad as a date can get. Or does it?
Francis, the homeless stuffed animal bear, and his friend who also appears to be some sort of plush thing find a car that's full of garbage and so they steal it and have an adventure.
Gayle and Phyllis take a break from fighting the war on drugs to bathe in a swamp and enjoy a pigeon and root salad together.
Alex Schubert finally returns to drawing his own comic, but it's just some promotional contest for his "merch."
Please don't be an iPhone Jones.
Dave reminisces about the 2010s with some meddling teenage tourists of the underworld.
Kim finds out about Yeezy's crippling online shopping addiction.
Megg takes a public dump.
Stephen Maurice Graham tells us a tale of Michael, a chubby guy in a purple suit who scans documents for a company that doesn't remember his name. He's training a guy who is overqualified. So many laughs.