Owl kicks Werewolf Jones and his horrible children out of his hotel room while Jones has a meltdown and his kids watch an episode of Adventure Time.
We had 15 artists draw the late, great Leonard Nimoy.
Shit! Another sleepless night! What am I going to do?
Jo Sparta and Grak are space people who do space things. In this comic, the duo discuss their lives before they become desk people.
While Alex Schubert is missing, his celebrity pals are drawing his comic for him. Please return home safely, Alex. We forgive you for whatever you did.
TB is a mess so Dingball cuts off parts of his head until he is employable.
Owl's attempt at escaping the chaos of his home at a nearby Marriott is a bust. Werewolf Jones is in his room somehow and he brought his children, Jaxon and Diesel.
Roy's in hell and the demons are poking him, showering him in shit, and making him listen to Metallica.
When 'Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice' director Zack Snyder tweeted Aquaman's new getup, the nerd internet went into a tizzy. To get some perspective on where this new costume fits in with the king of the sea's other uniforms, we hit up Eisner Award-…
The Giegerich and his slime monster friend are in some sort of fantasy forest and a giant monster tries to eat them. Highly recommended for fans of Prison Pit.
Jo Sparta tries to talk to the native aliens at a town hall summit but things quickly turn violent.
Alex Schubert is missing, so once again his comic will be drawn by a guest artist. This time, it's Steven "Ribs" Weissman.
TB is down in the dumps so Dingball teaches him how to be happy.
Owl has escaped the chaos of his home and is cooling off alone at the Marriott. He's relaxing in the pool, using the business center, and going to Papa John's. Nothing could possibly ruin this.
In this comic by Australian cartoonist Gregory Mackay, Francis the stuffed bear decides to become a coffee delivery boy. It goes terribly.
Roy died from a heroin overdose and now he's in the afterlife with a familiar clown.
Jo Sparta and Grak are in the lab being told about Arcadite, a desirable mineral. Grak eats a gross bug.
Alex Schubert is missing. Until he comes out of hiding or his body is found, his comic will be drawn by other friends and well-wishers. This week it's by VICE Art Editor Nick Gazin.
T.B. falls down forever. It's some real psychedelic stuff.
Werewolf Jones's sex party guests are gone, but unfortunately his awful kids have shown up.
Jo Sparta gets a mission from a creepy military man. Her space rat friend is not at all comfortable in his robot body.
This week, we flashback to Fashion Cat's horrible high school years.
T.B. and his weird duck friend decide to draw their inner worlds. What they express is, unsurprisingly, stupid.
Owl finally blows his top at Werewolf Jones.