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.
Hot Tracks has been running strong on public access in Michigan for 12 seasons, and the duo are now the subject of a documentary about the show, their day-to-day lives, and their sense of humor. We spoke to one of the filmmakers to find out more.
The land of off-brand soda is vast and largely uncharted. The tastes these beverages hold exist only inside of their cans and can't be found anywhere else in the whole world. It's like a Willy Wonka of weird water, and I found a golden ticket.
Taco Bell is more like drugs than food. It beats you open from the inside with beef and cheese and bread, and in so doing makes things seem great for a while, until your body realizes what you've done to it. It's like it's going to save your life, and the…
The quality of popular music continues to plummet farther down the toilet bowl. All we can do on the way down is point out stinkers when we hear them, so here's a handy guide to 50 pieces of sonic lemur shit released (or reissued) in the past year.