The Blobby Boys just want to pick up chicks at the fair, but no one wants to ride Ferris wheels with a slime monster.
The mysterious and disgusting 40 Acres Club is devising a scheme to get Miss Juniper to send them her underwear, but Juniper can sense something's wrong. And is Detective Connifer getting to the bottom of the mystery of Flowertown or being twisted by his
Megg and Mogg are hosting a costumed Twin Peaks marathon party, which would be a lot of fun if Megg wasn't almost cheating on Mogg.
The year was 1993. I was barely 13, but I was already angsty, pissed, and horny as hell.
To master the double bass you must set aside your capitalistic notions of progress.
Kristof has been doing a great job expressing himself through art on his Etsy page, but no one is buying.
There's a conspiracy in Flowertown, USA, and Detective Conifer is getting close to knowing the truth about Miss Juniper's panties. Also, what's the 40 Acres Club?
Sex in public places is gross.
Do you know the story about the hot dog girl? It went something like this.
In this episode of Band for Life we learn about our characters' troubled and impoverished childhoods.
Miss Juniper's underwear was stolen and the investigating detective keeps intending to return her stolen panties but somehow keeps forgetting. What are the forces within these panties that causes men to lose their freewill?
The Blobby Boys are once again absent so Fashion Cat fills in. He's such a sensitive soul.
Shaving is a hassle. Just use fire instead.
Don't you hate how television is now a pile of shitty reality TV shows and binge-watching dramas? It isn't what it was 700,000 years ago in outer space.
All of the original Ramones are dead and Anya Davidson is mourning them through the characters of her comic, Band for Life.
The Blobby Boys decide to be fitness punks, but not all of them are treating their bodies like temples.
Flowertown, USA, is a paradise of lowest common denominators.
The welfare money came in, so everyone's buying midnight candy bars.
Why work as a computer programmer your whole life when you could live as a hacker and digitally steal money from banks?
This is Band For Life, a weekly comic in which weird aliens or possibly mutants or maybe just odd-looking people have a rock band together. In this installment, the band argues and tries to write a song and then argues some more.
Fashion Cat is a complicated man who lives a very private life in public.
Doofus is shipwrecked on a desert island with a crack team of survivalists. But what unique skills can he bring to the table?
Megg's therapy is getting very "boundary crossy."
After the sun sets and parents tuck their kids into bed, the neighborhood houses wake up and come out to play.