"Just about to send you those files."
Because what's more soothing after a long week than watching planes fly by through binoculars?
Clementine and her other vermin pal reminisce about the old days and breaking hearts of people they used to know.
Belgium is where it's at right now for experimental art comics that look like beautiful James Ensor dreamscapes. Nina Van Denbempt is one of Belgium's great new artists.
The man behind 'Optic Nerve', Tomine's latest comic is 'Killing and Dying' – a tale of family and mortality.
After two friends inspect their bean bag instruction manual, their chill zone becomes not so chill in this week's PLEASE LOOK AT ME.
In this week's Habits comic from Lauren Monger, the gang discusses the circus during a cramped car ride.
Experience the aftermath of the worst Tinder date ever as drawn by South American/German cartoonist, Berliac.
Michael tries out a virtual girlfriend dating simulation in this comic from Stephen Maurice Graham.
Anna Haifisch's weekly comic The Artist is about the common annoyances of being an artist dealing with other artists.
In the latest Habits comic from Lauren Monger, the gang is just sitting around, drinking wine with flies in it.
In the latest PLEASE LOOK AT ME comic, two babies play tennis until an unexpected guest ruins their match.
A man rests outside on a yellow pad in this confusing and pretty comic by Alexander Robyn.
For the 100th instalment of Comic Book Love-In, VICE art editor Nick Gazin talks up Raw Dog's Real Deal, shits on a 500-page comic about an unlikable sculptor and reviews eight more of the best – or worst – comics to cross his desk.
Leslie Stein is a New York based cartoonist who makes comics about her everyday experiences. This one is about a recent experience Leslie had substitute teaching a comics class for little girls.
This last strip, by TV on the Radio singer Tunde Adebimpe, ends the series with a major revelation about the Blobbies.
In the latest episode of the beautiful CGI comic PLEASE LOOK AT ME a man is on a house hunt but all of the houses are too big.
In the latest installment of Lauren Monger's comic series Habits, the punk animals argue about eating shrimp and grits for breakfast.
In this new comic by Stephen Maurice Graham, instead of smoking weed at lunch with his peers, Michael chooses to escape the drudgery of office life by escaping into his imagination.
In his latest comic, Will Laren raises a pertinent point about the classic bucket list dream.
In this episode of The Blobby Boys, drawn this week by Frédéric Fluery, the Blobby Boys get into an action-packed brawl with Cyber Surfer.
From the quest to the rejection.
In this episode of Lauren Monger's Habits, Clem bruises her toe and wishes she had a robot body.
Where do mutant green delinquent punks go when they die?