In this episode of Lauren Monger's Habits comic series, a raccoon art student is at school when Clem calls him up and is weird on the phone.
A 17-year-old boy named Matto joins his graduating class on a trip to Cancun that immediately devolves into a scary, violent, debauched nightmare.
An angel cat and devil cat appear to be friends in Purgatory.
In the first episode of a new comic series by artist Ines Estrada, a woman goes to some wild measures to beat the heat.
For the 100th installment 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.
In this new comic from Stephen Maurice Graham's Michael series, the title gets intimidated on the street and then goes home to get revenge in his imagination.
In the latest installment of Lauren Monger's comic series Habits, the punk animals argue about eating shrimp and grits for breakfast.
The Blood Lady Commandos kill Tiny Miracle, rescue the POWs, and end the war on drugs in what may be their final adventure.
In Julian Glander's latest PLEASE LOOK AT ME comic, a woman's boogers become a baby and she thinks about how weird names are.
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.
"I've made my mark on the internet, so I can relax. I'm retired now, living off all the shares and likes."
Greg Mackay decided to describe it so the rest of the world can understand it. Now you can all know Brooklyn.
In guest illustrator Jesse Balmer's episode of The Blobby Boys, we find Kristoff fixated on a cigarette ad at 3:14 AM.
In the latest episode of Lauren Monger's comic Habits, Clem is harassed by a Pomeranian man who calls her a "bag lady" on her walk home from the grocery store.
Cool Slaw is a movie star made of coleslaw and he's the star of a terrible new movie called Boner Police 3.
Berkeley Breathed announced that he'd be bringing back his cult classic comic strip after a 25-year hiatus. Here's why you should read it.
In this episode, Michael faces the summer heat. Michael is drawn by talented artist Stephen Maurice Graham who knows this life firsthand and just got married! Congratulations, Steve!
Until we find Alex Schubert's rat-bitten corpse, we're letting other cartoonists tell stories with his characters. This one is by Tim Peacock, who made the Blobby Boys get famous and hate their success.
In Julian Glander's latest episode of PLEASE LOOK AT ME, he explains how your letters get to their recipients after you drop them in a mailbox.
Before there was Ted, there was Mr. Wiggles, another drunken teddy bear whose author has now written a comic guide for middle schoolers.
In this week's installment of Julian Glander's 3D comic series Please Look at Me, a cameraman who has never seen a movie watches Cuppy in 3D and is blown away.
Young new VICE cartoonist Armani Love does pretty, cartoony little comics about people and animals and consciousness. In this one, an explorer named Pierre La Haiti discovers strange and exotic creatures in the jungle.
Rocksteady's climax to the Arkham trilogy is all about mind over matter when it comes to its compelling narrative.
The new Zelda-inspired comic is more than it seems, and one of the smartest pieces of media criticism you'll read this year.