Stephen Maurice Graham tells us a tale of Michael, a chubby guy in a purple suit who scans documents for a company that doesn't remember his name. He's training a guy who is overqualified. So many laughs.
The Blood Lady Commandos are two tough old ladies named Gayle and Phyllis and they are not allowed to come home until they win the war on drugs. In this adventure the BLCs plan a snake attack.
Until Alex Scuhbert can kick his addiction to whippets (the dog breed), his comic will be guest-drawn by other talented artists. This one is by Antone Cossé.
Winter can be rough, but at least spring brisket time is just around the corner.
If you want to win the rat race you just have to be the biggest, hungriest rat, right? Find out in this new comic by Berliac.
Phyllis and Gayle are the most jacked, ripped, and strongest U.S. Special Forces in Burma. The drug lord, Tiny Miracle, taunts them with a chance to relay a message.
Why is every artist just drawing Bart Simpson and Garfield and shit these days?
It's like Watership Down but all the bunnies forgot they took acid.
Megg and Mogg fool around in the house while Owl's at the gym. It goes terribly.
What if Rambo starred two nice old women instead of a greased up juice head? It would be this comic by award winning comic artist, college professor, and painter, Esther Pearl Watson.
Roy is back on Earth after a long stint in Hell, but things aren't that much better on land than they were in the depths of Hades.
Until Alex Schubert gets out of jail for that prank of his that went tragically awry, his comics are being handled by cartoonists who survived his misguided joke. This week, the Blobbys are living in a Srirachi factory.
Kanye, Kimm, and North West are all celebrating Easter—but what is going on inside Kanye's heart?
Megg and Mogg need to stop waking up at 2 AM and only eating from 7-11.
What will it be like when Tinder and Grinder get taken over by advertising? Find out in this grim, hilarious assessment of the near future as created by Logan Fitzpatrick.
The Blood Lady Commandos are kicking ass and being grandmas in the latest comic by Esther Pearl Watson.
Blobby Boys cartoonist Alex Schubert is missing. Until we can confirm his death, well-wishing comic pals are filling in. This week's comic is by proud Canuck doodler, Patrick Kyle.
Today, Steve Weissman has made a comic based on a half-remembered scene from Watership Down. This time the bunnies are also high.
Megg wants to leave the bar but Mogg is addicted to playing CSI pinball.
In the final episode of Envoy, Jo Sparta finally gets to meet the prime minister of Lure. It turns out he's a scuzz.
Until Alex's remains are identified by one of his ex-wives, his weekly comic is being drawn by a series of cartoonists looking to steal his throne. This week's is by Lauren Monger, internet comic superstar.
In this exciting comic by Gilbert "Beto" Hernandez, his titular hero meets other denizens of Hell.
What would it be like if Guns 'n' Roses did more than just hang out at Canter's? What if they actually ran it themselves? Steve Weissman thinks it would be like this.
Megg, Mogg, and Owl have a meeting to pitch a TV show and they prepare by getting very high and then proceed to keep getting high during the meeting.