It's the final weekly Flowertown comic and all the characters are arguing among themselves. (Worry not, Flowertown fans, it will be continuing as a monthly comic on this site.)
The Man finally meets his maker.
In the latest part of our new Eyeball Comix series, the girls get themselves into deeper shit at Pockiton's misogynistic country fair.
Earlier this week, a report was released that detailed all of the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" (torture) techniques. The tactics in this comic were used by the agency at black sites around the world.
Fashion Cat is sitting around busting on basics until he's confronted by the eternal question: "Am I, myself, a basic?"
Trapped in the misogynist dungeon, The Man has his mind exploded by a strange naked man.
Owl showed up to save Megg and Mogg, but it seems like they've saved themselves. Now they're back to being jerks.
In Jonny Negron's latest comic, a bunch of privileged jerks complain at a movie theater.
In the first instalment of Tom Scotcher's new strip, our lonely leading man has a sexy meeting in his local.
The latest instalment from Eyeball Comix's new series about a warped village fête.
Owl has shown up in Amsterdam to save Megg and Mogg's relationship. He also has a suitcase full of glass dildos. Where did those come from?
Sparta and her animal companion Grak are raiding weapons silos in a future wasteland.
This week, U (for uppers) to Z (for Zzzzz).
Megg and Mogg are starting to feel less miserable in Amsterdam now that Owl, their friend and punching bag, is coming to save them from themselves.
A new series from Eyeball Comics.
The three stages of sex memory: fondness, realisation, sheer fucking terror.
This week, Q (for Question Time) to T (for terminology).
Megg and Mogg are having a terrible time in Amsterdam, but Owl's not doing too well back home. He is currently burdened with the company of Werewolf Jones, the grossest person ever.
When a neighbor boy waves his penis at you in a rude way, the only reasonable response is to become a superhero vigilante and ram into him.
Fashion Cat is a powerful and important artist who is a cat. This time around, Fashion Cat is having a nightmarish appearance on David Letterman.
This week, M (for munchies) to P (for pilly willy).
The genius behind 'Real Deal Magazine' is now doing comics for VICE.
His mum is a nice old lady who screams a lot.