Turns out rats like to catcall random women on the street, too.
In this week's column, VICE Art Editor Nick Gazin hawks his wares at New York Comic Con, talks up an obscure psychedelic French comic, and asks, "Hey! What about me?"
No number of well-wishes or compliments preceding it can soften the word "no."
"Well, the thing is..."
Today's hot topic: Who's hotter, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, or Bernie Sanders?
Heather Benjamin's drawings take the "girly imagery and emotions" of vintage romance cartoons and transform them into grotesque nightmares.
But flies and stale beer are all that's available.
"Just about to send you those files."
Because what's more soothing after a long week than watching planes fly by through binoculars?
Losing a hand to a patch of wet cement isn't necessarily a bad thing.
In this installment, VICE art editor Nick Gazin interviews Tom Scharpling and Benjamin Marra and pans a Star Trek comic.
Clementine and her other vermin pal reminisce about the old days and breaking hearts of people they used to know.
Belgium is where it's at right now for experimental art comics that look like beautiful James Ensor dreamscapes. Nina Van Denbempt is one of Belgium's great new artists.
In the latest from Ines Estrada's Pachecomics series, Moco the Turtle hates his bad tattoo and decides to remove it with sandpaper.
Tomine's latest comic is Killing and Dying, a tale of family and mortality.
A guide on how to care for an artist if you find one hiding in your home.
In this week's Michael comic, Michael angrily returns the girlfriend simulation computer game he bought and deals with general annoyances at his local gaming store.
After two friends inspect their bean bag instruction manual, their chill zone becomes not so chill in this week's PLEASE LOOK AT ME.
In this week's Habits comic from Lauren Monger, the gang discusses the circus during a cramped car ride.
Raccoon is going to get so much done!
Experience the aftermath of the worst tinder date ever as drawn by South American/German cartoonist, Berliac.
Michael tries out a virtual girlfriend dating simulation in this comic from Stephen Maurice Graham.
A food blogger runs into some difficulties while reviewing a bag of chips during a live stream on Youtube in this week's PLEASE LOOK AT ME comic.
Anna Haifisch's weekly comic The Artist is about the common annoyances of being an artist dealing with other artists.