In our new comic series from Colombian artist Jim Pluk, Phil the Punk sees something he wants online and, like always, he gets it.
"You are the hero of your own personal Dungeons and Dragons campaign. You are powerful!"
We finally uncover the mystery behind Kinder eggs.
He goes to a poster shop in LA and shows us what it means to be a true fan.
But will he find the matching lock?
A hero never has a day off... even when she's on a hot date.
His hair gets up and makes its way to the bar to pick up chicks and drink some booze.
It's always around the people we'd like to talk to most that we can't find anything to say.
"The court finds the defendant guilty of total uselessness"
He says he's going to the movies, but really he's alone, in his bed, with a new book...
He uses worms to write a worm poem on Micrasoft Worm.
"I need a drink."
She thinks about her time in New York over a cup of matzo ball soup and a potato pancake.
She settles into a new space.
She knew he'd be her next mistake.
"By walking you escape the very idea of identity, the temptation to be someone..."
"New year, new me!"
Nobody finishes off flapjacks like Johnny Empty-Plate.
Barney Farmer is the writer of one of the bleakest comic strips around. We talked to him about free speech and how important getting pissed is to British humour.
In his first comic of 2016, Will Laren reminds small business owners of the best way to keep their cleaning bills down.
Sometimes the little things come from unexpected places, right when we need them.
Cartoonist Rob Skiffle wraps up the year with one massive comic.
Sometimes the key to happiness lies in faking it.
Things change for Leslie when she meets a boy who assures her that it's cool for girls to play bass.