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.
Leslie Stein makes diary comics about her real life. Here's what she's been feeling lately.
Roy gets super high and ODs.
An alien military carts around futuristic weapons in the latest episode of Lane Milburn's sci-fi comic.
Fashion Cat is at Seth Rogen's house, and Kristen Wiig won't even look at him.
We talked to founders Julia Scheele and Sarah Broadman about their Riot Grrrl revival zine, Double Dare Ya, and took a look at some of its artwork.
TB and Dinball have decided to play a trick on their sleeping babysitter. What a kooky comic.
Megg, Mogg, & Owl are still dealing with the fallout from discovering that their friend Werewolf Jones transformed their home into a fuck zone while they were in Amsterdam.
Roy in Hollywood is a gateway comic to other great comics by the legendary and super talented Gilbert Hernandez, one half of the Love and Rockets creative brothership, Los Bros Hernandez.
Jimmy Giegerich takes us to the world of the Slime Lord in this colorful fantasy comic set in an underground world of caverns and violence.
A comic based on Ana Lily Amirpour's acclaimed Iranian vampire film, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
Jo Sparta and Grak are on their way to meet a guy named Dr. Find, but Grak will have to upgrade his body if he hopes to fit in.
When Alex Schubert was in art school, a kid was put in a mental institution for doing the things Fashion Cat does in this comic.
T.B.'s grandfather is coming to visit and Dingball vows to take care of him always.
Roy and his friend Judith are attempting to make a movie but everyone is fucking with them.
Werewolf Jones has turned Owl's house into a fuck zone and Owl is losing his shit.
It's hard being a young college lady who falls in love with straight girls and hates the college newspaper, comics, and meeting monstrous deities.
Jo Sparta and her intrepid pet Grak have arrived in City One, a hostile desert enclave. They meet some bizarre natives and unhelpful robots.
Fashion Cat is on the red carpet interviewing Ariel Pink about what it means to chase negative publicity. It's a laugh and a half.
Vaughan's new comic, The Private Eye, is a sci-fi story set in a future where society has collectively given up on the internet and reverted to a fully analog, anonymous world.
Turdswallo had a lousy date last night, so he's going to use magic to create his ideal date. Who will it be?
While our heroes were in Amsterdam, Werewolf Jones turned their home into an official "fuck zone."
A dog decides to start his own NPR-style radio station in his apartment. It goes as well as you can imagine.