Leslie's dad never wanted her to become an artist.
Here are some weird little comics by awesome psychedelic artist, Ben Montero.
Things aren't working out for Michael.
The Artist has a breakdown and has to go stay with his parents.
What if Star Trek was a bunch of space bros on an interstellar booze cruise? Kelly O'Grady thinks it would go like this.
Lulu, a flat-butted Cinderella, is saved from having to clean the pigs by the Nicki Minaj Fairy.
What do you do with your bad feelings? This lady builds little clay monsters.
Lulu Lulusen gets a magical tattoo while on vacation somewhere tropical.
Sometimes reality isn't as good as our imaginations.
Another artist brags about the volume of their creative output and it sends the Artist into a tailspin.
How does your body know to do the things it does? It's a mystery!
The mechanized nightclub doorman malfunctions and spurts out free drink tickets!
What does it mean to exist? A bunch of people go figure it out in the woods.
Kelsey Wroten delivers an epic 16-page piece of lesbian vampire fiction with her new comic.
Megg and Booger are living healthy.
In this comic we find out some of the Artist's family history.
Ralphie is thirty and Jeanie needs help throwing him a last-minute party.
The neighborhood cop gets invited to a party at Yorna & Schmulie's, but he has no idea about the surprise that awaits him.
Why do daytime talkshow hosts try to make their guests cry so much? Unsurprisingly, the answer is lizard people.
Jeanie is all amped up about a meteor shower and Ralphie got an air conditioner from a drug bust.
VICE's art editor Nick Gazin reviews a collection of old romance comics, a book by Lisa Hanawalt, and more.
"You wanna, like, launder some money later or...?"
Megg is in a playful mood, but Mogg just wants to sleep.
This week, The Artist is featured in a lifestyle magazine.