Shaving is a hassle. Just use fire instead.
Don't you hate how television is now a pile of shitty reality TV shows and binge-watching dramas? It isn't what it was 700,000 years ago in outer space.
All of the original Ramones are dead and Anya Davidson is mourning them through the characters of her comic, Band for Life.
The Blobby Boys decide to be fitness punks, but not all of them are treating their bodies like temples.
Flowertown, USA, is a paradise of lowest common denominators.
The welfare money came in, so everyone's buying midnight candy bars.
Why work as a computer programmer your whole life when you could live as a hacker and digitally steal money from banks?
This is Band For Life, a weekly comic in which weird aliens or possibly mutants or maybe just odd-looking people have a rock band together. In this installment, the band argues and tries to write a song and then argues some more.
Fashion Cat is a complicated man who lives a very private life in public.
Doofus is shipwrecked on a desert island with a crack team of survivalists. But what unique skills can he bring to the table?
Megg's therapy is getting very "boundary crossy."
After the sun sets and parents tuck their kids into bed, the neighborhood houses wake up and come out to play.
In this latest episode of Band for Life, Zot is trying to keep his mind off his sick mom and Krang brought weed for everyone. AND Krang can finally keep a boner!
The Blobby Boys get a dog. Is it a good enough dog?
How do you tell male from female crabs? Find out with help from Flowertown citizens Doofus and Henry Hotchkiss.
Megg ditches Mogg and Owl to go for a nice outing with Werewolf Jones and Booger. There are some gender-related confrontations. It's a laugh riot.
Space: the final frontier. It's hot, there's no gravity, everyone is horny, and our Star Trek friends are ready to rip off their polyester shirts and "energize."
Is there anything more worthless than music journalists? Maybe just art school kids and suburban teens. Find out in this week's Band for Life.
Fashion Cat is struggling to still be a cool, young dude. That's not easy when it sucks to be a cool, young dude.
When we last left Flowertown, the Detective was stuck with Miss Juniper's panties. What shady business is going on concerning the constant theft and resale of her bike seat? And who are Doofus and Henry Hotchkiss?
In this week's exciting installment, Megg (the witch) chews gum and it causes her tooth to crumble, so Owl (the owl) loans her money to go the dentist. She spends it on some other stuff instead.
In this episode of Band for Life, Renato has the hots for Linda but he can't muster the courage to ask her out. Will a romantic journey up a rickety fire escape help him seal the deal?
You know your nerdy co-worker who hits on everyone at office parties? Well, this is the story of that guy.
The investigating detective discovers just how strange Flowertown is when Miss Juniper's bicycle seat is repeatedly stolen. What kind of pervtown is this place? And will Miss Juniper ever get back the underwear that someone died attempting to steal?