In this week's comic, drawn by Australian wunderkind HTML Flowers, Fashion Cat finds himself in Lincoln, Illinois, where the only two things to do are smoke meth or go to church. But why choose just one?
The Marvel universe is changing in inclusive ways, including a female Wolverine and an all-female Avengers. Is this a cynical bid for sales and attention, or something more?
In this new comic by Julian Glander from his much lauded series PLEASE LOOK AT ME, a dog checks out some YouTube tutorials while the owner is away.
Berkeley Breathed announced that he'd be bringing back his cult classic comic strip after a 25-year hiatus. Here's why you should read it.
In Lauren Monger's latest Habits comic strip, two nice animal ladies come across some guy in a tree with binoculars who wants a cigarette and they make him sorry he was ever born.
In the latest Blood Lady Commandos comic, Gayle and Phyllis are stomping a henchman when the issue of their villain's behind-the-times understanding of gender becomes a topic of discussion.
In this episode, Michael faces the summer heat. Michael is drawn by talented artist Stephen Maurice Graham who knows this life firsthand and just got married! Congratulations, Steve!
Until we find Alex Schubert's rat-bitten corpse, we're letting other cartoonists tell stories with his characters. This one is by Tim Peacock, who made the Blobby Boys get famous and hate their success.
In Julian Glander's latest episode of PLEASE LOOK AT ME, he explains how your letters get to their recipients after you drop them in a mailbox.
In Lauren Monger's latest comic, Clem wakes up to find a rude surprise. And then a second rude surprise happens. Two rude surprises total.
German cartoonist Anna Haifisch tells a tale of the Blobby Boys as tweens during the summer of 1998. They mostly spent their time indoors, at fat camp, and in a cultural exchange program.
In this week's installment of Julian Glander's 3D comic series Please Look at Me, a cameraman who has never seen a movie watches Cuppy in 3D and is blown away.
In Lauren Monger's latest episode of Habits, the punk animals grill veggie burgers, learn how to give the perfect high five, and discuss familial love.
Young new VICE cartoonist Armani Love does pretty, cartoony little comics about people and animals and consciousness. In this one, an explorer named Pierre La Haiti discovers strange and exotic creatures in the jungle.
In Gregory Mackay's comic, a stuffed bear opens a restaurant where he only serves steak and coffee and it goes just about as badly as you'd think.
Nina Van Denbempt is a Belgian artist born in an 1989 and part of the current Belgian comics scene which is producing mind-blowing, beautiful comics. In this story, two people try to escape a dystopian Techno Land.
Alex Schubert joined a cult and we rescued him back, but the deprogramming is taking FOREVER. Until he's back to his old shitty self, his comic is being guest-drawn by others. This week, artist Penelope Gazin does her feminine take on the Blobby Boys.
Ducks are gossipy jerks in our new Tuesday comic, PLEASE LOOK AT ME, by cartoonist Julian Glander.
Leslie Stein makes diary comics about her true life adventures as a lady living in Brooklyn struggling to survive. The latest installment is about a new shitty job and general disappointment.
Two sisters continue a never-ending codependent relationship in this new comic by Berliac.
Blowing things up is as important as hanging out with grandkids and scrapbooking for the Blood Lady Commandos.
I was born with no arms and no legs—just a fin. See how things ended up for me in this comic.
In the latest installment of Lauren Monger's comic Habits, punk animals try to look hip and chill in the woods for a photo shoot in some foul-smelling mud.
Alex Schubert is missing so guest artists are filling in for him. This week Jason Ramirez tells a story in which some Blobby Boy mice kill a very drunk Fashion Cat.