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.
Roy was stuck under the Earth for several weeks and then turned into a golden statue, but he's all right now. Read the latest comic by award-winning comic book genius and legend Gilbert "Beto" Hernandez.
The artist talks about his sci-fi influence and his "intense Spawn phase."
Envoy is our new weekly comic by Lane Milburn. It's about the sci-fi adventures of Jo Sparta and her little alien friend named Grak. Together, they have action-packed adventures in a Heavy Metal universe. Enjoy.
Fashion Cat is sad and thinking about all his problems.
This week, Patrick Kyle's cartooning eye turns towards Turdswallo and Dingball, two lovable goofs.
Genesis's Alison Sampson, Raygun Roads' Owen Michael Johnson, and THE WICKED + THE DIVINE's Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie lead the way.
"Maggots in My Diaper," "Cum Parrot," and more programming from the mind of Johnny Ryan.
After months of our heroes fucking around in Amsterdam, they're finally headed home. But not before Megg and Mogg continue to make Owl feel weird.
A documentarian starts creating a movie about a giant spider named Herman the Elder for his series about monsters, but it turns out Herman is a gentle beast.
Judith has returned to Roy's life and she has some dramatic news. Roy is still recovering from his spill last week.
Leslie Stein remembers being a teenager in the suburbs, when she would ring in the new year by going wherever had the most beer.
Cartoonist Alex Schubert shares his list of the top five comics he didn't draw in 2014.
Vigilante is tired of being a superhero. He just wants to be a regular man and improve his self image. Read a funny, strange and pretty story by Canadian comics gem Patrick Kyle.
Megg, Mogg and Owl is a weekly comic by NYT bestseller, Simon Hansellman. In this thrilling episode, the characters are still in Amsterdam, high out of their minds (again).
This week, Roy comes to grips with his existence as a comic strip character with the aid of his cartoon pal the Little Stunt Boy.
Francis Bear and his stuffed animal pals learn how to get the most out of the library.
It's all fun and games till Owl breaks a leg.
Leslie remembers past Christmases, including a Black Sabbath Christmas party with an upside down Christmas tree. It was festive!
It's Christmas in Los Angeles, so Fashion Cat rides his motorcycle to the Observatory to meet with God.