As the internet mourns David Bowie's passing today, one of the most widely shared images was a GIF created by illustrator Helen Green.
We talked to Mark Newgarden, co-creator of the trading cards, about why they're so popular and why the team never published that drawing of a pickled baby in a jar.
In the first episode of a new comic series by artist Ines Estrada, a woman goes to some wild measures to beat the heat.
The Shujaiya neighborhood in Palestine's Gaza City is still in ruins a year after it was decimated by Israel's Operation Protective Edge.
It's all fun and games till Owl breaks a leg.
Brent-Con was founded by Sean Z. Maker in 2010 to serve as a sort of queer version of Comic-Con and to bridge the gap between LGBT artists, fans, and geek culture.
When you peep into a neighbor's window, the neighbor's window also peeps into you.
Larry Bear skips school and has a perfect day in this comic by award-winning comic book genius Leslie Stein.
If you haven't seen the work of San Francisco-based artist Justin Hager you are quite frankly missing the fuck out. His illustrations are an amusing mix of celebrity culture and word play that might appear silly at first but will have you lurking through
What's the worst part of being locked in a cell since February? Starving and fighting over food, duh.
We set up a "Vagina Collection Booth" in the gayer locales of San Francisco. The resulting drawings form a continuum—from misogynist on one end to celebratory on the other—with a mix of bizarre, beautiful, and puzzling vaginas in between.
Just have a seat on this couch and Mr. Milligan will be right with you.
Every night, the peeper takes out his binoculars and spies on the woman he loves who lives across the street. Unfortunately for him, nobody loves a pervert.
Greetings, losers. My name is Nick Gazin, and I am VICE's comics expert. In this column I write about comics, zines, art books, fan culture, and events related to those things. Mostly I just review comics though.
I'd like to take this opportunity to apologize to The Children's Place for designing one of their graphics a few seasons before they released it to the world. I'm really sorry, y'all. If I'd known that you were going to be using the same exact concept, I
I hate when people say a picture is worth a thousand words, so I decided to draw a bunch of pictures that aren't worth a thousandth of the words they were based on. I drew the pictures based on some scenes from books I remembered while seated on the floor…
You don't need to collect memes into books. If you want to profit off of them, put them onto T-shirts.
How far would you go for a banana? Probably not farther than the grocery store.
I was walking down the street the other day when I had an epiphany. I turned to my reflection in a nearby shop window and said, "Hey, you know what? There's more to the world than just UrBaN Mu$iC in that Do It! column."
By Chriss Kunst, Jakob Hinrichs, Vanskap, Mario Wagner, and Mathieu Desjardi.
Excerpted from The People's Almanac Presents the 20th Century: History With the Boring Parts Left Out, by David Wallechinsky.