Legendary goth, reality show star, artist, and cartoonist Dame Darcy blesses VICE with another spooky comic.
Here are some weird little head comics that ooze beauty like an overfilled sandwich oozes jelly.
Leslie buys a new moon candle, has a rude interaction with a bar patron, and thinks about a poem in this comic torn from her actual life.
An agoraphobic manga artist is burdened with a dead woman's dog. Is it a gift or a curse?
Who doesn't like candy?
Lucy, her tiger friend, and her alien decide to go buy cool clothes.
An obnoxious neighbor ambushes Michael in his parent's basement. Can things get any worse for poor Michael?
A mermaid lures horny sailors to their doom in this new comic by comics legend, Dame Darcy.
The Artist is recuperating at home and trying to be normal but it's not taking.
Leslie tells true stories pulled from her real life. Here's a story about her being a teenage thief.
Two men find love at a witch burning/slave auction that turns chaotic.
A young woman wonders what is wrong with her in this strange manga.
Lucy is the main character in our new weekly comic, Lucy the Confused Girl, by Akvile Magicdust.
A childhood horror of Michael's rears its head again.
Two authors build a forcefield around their home and go to separate spaces to write. Then things get confusing.
The Artist is still recuperating at his parents house after a breakdown.
Comics Empower sells and makes in-house audio adaptations of comic books for the blind and visually impaired.
Leslie went to a jazz club to draw. This is how that went. Follow along on a true life adventure.
Yorna gets some much needed advice from her surfer therapist in this week's comic from Brian Blomerth.
Butterface and her friends go out to the club and meet some creeps in this new comic by Belgian cartoonist, Coralie Laudelout.
Michael wrestles with the shame of living in his parents' basement.
There has to be more to life then just eating, sleeping, and taking a dump, right?
On this episode of Daily VICE, Nick Gazin gets a tour of Mad magazine and meets the brains behind the operation.
Do you ever fantasize about what it would be like to hang out with your heroes and forebears?