Linda's partner Claw has witnessed a horrifying accident at his factory job, and Linda's facing her own problems at work. If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that work sucks.
Krang's new boyfriend Elliot is a good man with fascinating hobbies, a big heart, and a bit of spending money. So why is Krang so miserable?
Krang gets taken on a date to a bougie farm-to-table restaurant and comes close to a meltdown after nearby yuppies talk about taxes and cabinets.
Annimal's ex-boyfriend is like a bad case of athlete's foot that won't go away no matter how many times you spray it. Her bandmates try to shelter her from his latest creepy attempt to win her back, and everyone realizes that low end is key.
Linda's bathroom is busted and she needs a bath, so she visits her friend Janelle Greengrass, a reclusive cartoonist who's drawing an erotic memoir.
Renato's business and life are threatened by a rival tattoo shop owner with underworld connections.
Ever since the fortune teller at the amp shop warned him to beware of a vintage Buick Wildcat, Renato has been feeling on edge.
Zot goes home to visit his sick mom and is reminded that sometimes it's just easier to keep your family in the dark. I mean, they love you, but will they ever really "get" you?
Band for Life is a comic about Guntit, the most fucking roundest band in the world. In this episode, they go to a holistic instrument repair shop.
True love makes everything like a day at the beach, even when you're hip-deep in shit.
Balancing between being in the weirdest rock band in the world and working as a nurse can be hard. How do you deal with your normal boyfriend wanting to see you play? What if he stops loving you?!
To master the double bass you must set aside your capitalistic notions of progress.
In this episode of Band for Life we learn about our characters' troubled and impoverished childhoods.
All of the original Ramones are dead and Anya Davidson is mourning them through the characters of her comic, Band for Life.
This is Band For Life, a weekly comic in which weird aliens or possibly mutants or maybe just odd-looking people have a rock band together. In this installment, the band argues and tries to write a song and then argues some more.
In this latest episode of Band for Life, Zot is trying to keep his mind off his sick mom and Krang brought weed for everyone. AND Krang can finally keep a boner!
Is there anything more worthless than music journalists? Maybe just art school kids and suburban teens. Find out in this week's Band for Life.
In this episode of Band for Life, Renato has the hots for Linda but he can't muster the courage to ask her out. Will a romantic journey up a rickety fire escape help him seal the deal?
The second major story line of Band For Life seems to be starting now. Renato is with some new lady and thinking about when he first met the singer of his band—back when they were working at a vitamin shop or something.
Guntit have performed their first show. Now they're basking in the idiotic praise of their newfound fans.
Band for Life is a candy-colored comic about a rock band of ne'er-do-wells called Guntit and their attempts to keep it together. In this episode, Guntit's performance turns unsurprisingly violent, and Linda has to whomp some people.
Band for Life tells the fantastic tale of the trials and tribulations of a rock band called Guntit. In the last episode the drummer was too drunk to drum. Will she get it together this week? Sort of!
When we left the band last week Animal was off getting hammered with some asshole named Kieth who works down at the marina. Will she be able to sober up in time to play her first show?
Guntit is loading in for their set at Club Scrotum, but again—Animal is nowhere to be found. Will she turn up before the band's soundcheck?