Two boys are out in the woods when they come across a giant barbecue with an alien inside it.
Chester Brown talks about paying for sex, the spiritual dimensions of prostitution, and his new, sex-charged reimagining of the Bible.
It's the dystopian future and a bunch of weird mutants are sad about the lack of cat videos. No one haz cheezeburgers anymore.
Mr DDD is upset because he has two faces and two sets of legs but no arms.
Lulu is out fishing for a magical fish and comes across a whole lot of ghost fish in this cute and hilarious comic.
This comic is dedicated to all the hardworking drum techs who risk their lives in the line of duty everyday.
We spoke to the acclaimed journalist and author about how he made Black Panther 'as close to reality' as possible.
Three friends have a discussion about codified behaviour and why we're all idiots.
There's more to those affectionate massages than you think.
Norwegian cartoonist Ida Neverdahl is back with another cartoon about Lulu. This time she's gone to a psychic to find out what her spirit animal is.
Danish cartoonist Nilas Rapke Driessen's created a world where adults and children have switched places.
In this week's installment, VICE art editor Nick Gazin reviews the latest Belgian comic books and The Worst of Eerie Publications. Also, he Kickstarts a cult.
In part five of 'The Ordinary Life of Mr Baby', Mr Baby continues his rampage through the pie factory.
Patience begins with an ordinary couple getting the news that they're pregnant. Then the man comes home and finds the woman dead on the floor.
Some games of hide and seek never end.
Who do people actually love: Nicki or her bum? She isn't so sure.
VICE art editor Nick Gazin sorts the comics wheat from the chaff, from a boxer named FIGHT to crying frogs, to a big, hairy gay guy called Wuvable Oaf.
A canine couple named Yorna and Schmulie take Fuck Action™ pills to "make the mundane magical – no sex necessary!" To spice up their day, they head over to IKEA for some hot and bothered shopping.
A statue marries a snake and her sister statues are concerned in this watercolour comic by Italian cartoonist, Cecilia Valagussa.
Who goes to see a movie at 9AM on a Sunday? Seniors, divorced parents, and boring tourists.
VICE art editor Nick Gazin sorts the comics wheat from the chaff in this week's installment.
"I'm not your drummer! You're my singer!"
In part four of Pete Sharp's comic, Mr Baby disposes of his latest victim.
Even a five star rating will not suffice for Adam, the writer and Big Dipper enthusiast.