"Out of the darkness, a big ginger monster appeared."
In the final episode of Envoy, Jo Sparta finally gets to meet the prime minister of Lure. It turns out he's a scuzz.
In this exciting comic by Gilbert "Beto" Hernandez, his titular hero meets other denizens of Hell.
Flopsy follows his new gang to an under 18s club night with metal and rock music.
The citizens of City One are torn up inside and taking it out on each other. One dude has a laser whip. Everything looks like a Tunisian marketplace.
Roy is still in hell, and now he's stuck having to hear Gilbert Hernandez talk about himself.
Esther Pearl Watson, creator of the graphic novel series "Unloveable", is now doing a weekly comic for VICE! It's like a combination of The A-Team and The Golden Girls.
The plants gathered on the microwave to assess the damage.
"Most people die within days of contact with the surface. The few that survive are chosen for priesthood."
It's the final comic of Patrick Kyle's run of comics on VICE. TB is finally an adult, and he looks like one. Resolution!
Are you ready to take a magic trip into the world of Mogg's cat mind? No? Too bad.
A knife amnesty gone wrong.
"What the fuck is going on with this world?!"
We had fifteen comics draw the late, great Leonard Nimoy.
"I feel like I just came back from another dimension."
We spend a lot of time horizontal in our formative years.
The sleeping nymphs who had guarded the fruit bowl were under attack.
"Maggots in My Diaper," "Cum Parrot," and more programming from the mind of Johnny Ryan.
TB is a mess so Dingball cuts off parts of his head until he is employable.
The Giegerich and his slime monster friend are in some sort of fantasy forest and a giant monster tries to eat them. Highly recommended for fans of Prison Pit.
It was once a peaceful and pleasant land, now in ruin.
Alex Schubert is missing, so once again his comic will be drawn by a guest artist. This time, it's Steven "Ribs" Weissman.
The singer appears on stage, the floor manager gets stressed, the waiters wait.
In this comic by Australian cartoonist Gregory Mackay, Francis the stuffed bear decides to become a coffee delivery boy. It goes terribly.