Leslie's having a bad day. Sorry, Leslie.
Alex Schubert is MIA again this week. Filling in for him is comics legend Ron Regé, Jr. This week's comic has more political outrage then ever before seen in Fashion Cat.
The boys from G 'n' R are running Canter's Deli and they are disgusting.
Owl goes on a date with a woman who hates him and it goes as unpredictably bad as a date can get. Or does it?
Francis, the homeless stuffed animal bear, and his friend who also appears to be some sort of plush thing find a car that's full of garbage and so they steal it and have an adventure.
Gayle and Phyllis take a break from fighting the war on drugs to bathe in a swamp and enjoy a pigeon and root salad together.
Alex Schubert finally returns to drawing his own comic, but it's just some promotional contest for his "merch."
Please don't be an iPhone Jones.
Dave reminisces about the 2010s with some meddling teenage tourists of the underworld.
Kim finds out about Yeezy's crippling online shopping addiction.
Megg takes a public dump.
Stephen Maurice Graham tells us a tale of Michael, a chubby guy in a purple suit who scans documents for a company that doesn't remember his name. He's training a guy who is overqualified. So many laughs.
The Blood Lady Commandos are two tough old ladies named Gayle and Phyllis and they are not allowed to come home until they win the war on drugs. In this adventure the BLCs plan a snake attack.
Until Alex Scuhbert can kick his addiction to whippets (the dog breed), his comic will be guest-drawn by other talented artists. This one is by Antone Cossé.
Winter can be rough, but at least spring brisket time is just around the corner.
We saw a bunch of comic book artists and their wares at the Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art Festival's fancy new digs in Chelsea.
If you want to win the rat race you just have to be the biggest, hungriest rat, right? Find out in this new comic by Berliac.
Phyllis and Gayle are the most jacked, ripped, and strongest U.S. Special Forces in Burma. The drug lord, Tiny Miracle, taunts them with a chance to relay a message.
Why is every artist just drawing Bart Simpson and Garfield and shit these days?
Until Alex Schubert is returned by the kidnappers, his comic is being drawn by cartoonists praying for his safe return. This week, Matthew Houston captures the Boys as they try to do their taxes.
It's like Watership Down but all the bunnies forgot they took acid.
What if Rambo starred two nice old women instead of a greased up juice head? It would be this comic by award winning comic artist, college professor, and painter, Esther Pearl Watson.
Roy is back on Earth after a long stint in Hell, but things aren't that much better on land than they were in the depths of Hades.
Until Alex Schubert gets out of jail for that prank of his that went tragically awry, his comics are being handled by cartoonists who survived his misguided joke. This week, the Blobbys are living in a Srirachi factory.