VICE art editor Nick Gazin sorts the comics wheat from the chaff, from Simon Hanselmann's new book to the latest offerings by veterans Julie Doucet and John Porcellino.
Canine couple Yorna and Schmulie believe two generations of kids doing the same type of drugs can only lead to "social incest," so they hang out with some youths in order to break the chain and grease up the engine of the mind.
Three friends have a discussion about codified behavior.
Goteblud's wrestling identity is scaring families, so corporate tries something new.
Megg and Mogg want to butt-chug Jaeger bombs, but Owl is gross and makes them take photobooth pics.
An old duck man puts up with the abuse of his neighbors in a strange world.
It's an urban legend that Stevie Wonder would hire the same guy to decorate all his girlfriends apartments the same way. Why?
Norwegian cartoonist Ida Neverdahl is back with another cartoon about Lulu. This time she's gone to a psychic to find out what her spirit animal is.
Danish cartoonist Nilas Røpke Driessen's created a world where adults and children have switched places.
How is Goteblud able to flout the rules of wrestling again and again? The answer may or may not surprise anyone.
A punk and his pet ermine try to come up with the name for their new band.
In this week's installment, VICE art editor Nick Gazin reviews the latest Belgian comic books and The Worst of Eerie Publications. Also, he Kickstarts a cult.
Owl brought Chinese and just wants to watch the episode of The Simpsons where Moe is accused of being a pedophile.
Benjamin Marra ends his run on VICE with one final colorful and violent comic strip.
What would the Monkees have been like if the auditions had gone differently?
Some games of hide and seek never end.
Who do people love, Nicki or her butt? She isn't certain.
Goteblud almost has a moment with his tag team partner, Bludclot, which leads to confusion and rationalizing in a romantic locker room scene.
The instruments that Phil, the rich Colombian punk kid, ordered off of Amazon have arrived. Sadly, he and his pet stoat have no idea how to use them.
VICE art editor Nick Gazin sorts the comics wheat from the chaff, from a boxer named FIGHT to crying frogs, to a big, hairy gay guy called Wuvable Oaf.
After a lengthy hiatus Megg, Mogg, and Owl have returned to VICE.
Patience begins with an ordinary couple getting the news that they're pregnant. Then the man comes home and finds the woman dead on the floor.
A private eye is investigating a young man's disappearance when he's drawn into a cult who occupy an abandoned hotel. What happens next is a blur.
You don't want to live below Bob Dylan in this week's Musical Urban Legends.