Who dares to trick or treat at the Blobby Boys home? Just a bunch of dumb kids in costumes that only comic book readers will recognize.
Doofus's mom is an old lady who lives upstairs and screams a lot. Will she warm up to Henry Hotchkiss?
Previously, Megg and Mogg had arrived in Amsterdam. They forgot their antidepressants and were freaked out by all the jocks. Now, they've retreated to their hotel. It's not looking good.
In time for Halloween, Valentine Gallardo outlined how to make a spellwich—the best thing you can make with a regular loaf of white bread. One bite will take you back to a memory in your mind, BUT YOU MUST NEVER, EVER, EVER PUT IT IN THE FRIDGE!
Leslie Stein is an award-winning, Fantagraphics-published cartoonist who has recently been making very colorful and charming comics based on the casual everyday occurrences in her life. In her life there is cuteness and light, horror and dread.
A tragic tale of a mad scientist, an experiment gone horribly awry, and an upcoming Hollywood blockbuster starring Shia LaBeouf.
There's nothing quite as beautiful as autumn in Flowertown.
Do you ever feel like sci-fi comics were best before the mid 80s and long for the days of Heavy Metal and Omni? If so check out this guy Lane Milburn's new comic.
The future is a terrible place where all the humans are dead and robots, including Tamagotchis, are surviving by slurping our remains.
Linda's partner Claw has witnessed a horrifying accident at his factory job, and Linda's facing her own problems at work. If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that work sucks.
Fantagraphics comic book star Leslie Stein will be doing regular comics for us based on things she experiences in her day-to-day life. This is the first.
In this week's episode, Stink Hair Stu goes to the pharmacy to pick up a product that he hopes will correct a "small" problem he has.
A is for addiction, B is for bouncers, C is for coming up, and D, of course, is for dealers.
Every summer I eagerly anticipate the fall, because it means I get to spend another week at my favorite event, New York Comic Con.
Even when your horoscope says its the most valuable day of the year, things don't always go as planned.
Krang's new boyfriend Elliot is a good man with fascinating hobbies, a big heart, and a bit of spending money. So why is Krang so miserable?
Comic book lingo has gone mainstream, but there are still terms—like "red skies event"—that make no sense outside of the comic world. Writer Fred Van Lente explains what they mean.
Henry Hotchkiss has a lottery ticket! Will he become the richest man in Flowertown?
Kristoff is trying to make it in comics and animation, but his jealousy of his successful peers gets in the way. Featuring some insidery references you may not get!
Hey Vic! We found that pedophile drug dealer you were looking for.
In Valentine Gallardo's modern comics, frightening nightmare parties, beauty, and fear swirl around in a big snow globe of great drawings.
Krang gets taken on a date to a bougie farm-to-table restaurant and comes close to a meltdown after nearby yuppies talk about taxes and cabinets.
Don't mess with Mother Nature.
In this episode, one of the Blobby B's is trying to come up with ideas for a cartoon show he can pitch.