Superheroes are stupid in this great funny comic by Patrick Kyle.
Annimal's ex-boyfriend is like a bad case of athlete's foot that won't go away no matter how many times you spray it. Her bandmates try to shelter her from his latest creepy attempt to win her back, and everyone realizes that low end is key.
Stink Hair Stu has all sorts of great ideas for businesses with terrible names.
The Blobby Boys have split and they are all trying to find their own ways in the world. This one Blobby Boy is trying to get work at Adventure Time.
Larry Bear skips school and has a perfect day in this comic by award-winning comic book genius Leslie Stein.
Linda's bathroom is busted and she needs a bath, so she visits her friend Janelle Greengrass, a reclusive cartoonist who's drawing an erotic memoir.
The Blobby Boys are breaking up, so they're looking to other forms of employment—like playing for the Kansas City Royals.
Flowertown is full of all sorts of secret geniuses or maybe just nut cases.
In this weekend's Sunday Comic, a superhero accidentally crashes an open-mic night.
Renato's business and life are threatened by a rival tattoo shop owner with underworld connections.
Fashion Cat is being a jerk at the Chateau Marmont.
You wouldn't believe what they're talking about on TV these days.
While his piggish roommates are off in Amsterdam, Owl is taking the opportunity to clean the apartment and take a romantic bath. But here comes Werewolf Jones to fuck everything up!
Imagine if your TV was a little, living being. It would fucking hate you.
Ever since the fortune teller at the amp shop warned him to beware of a vintage Buick Wildcat, Renato has been feeling on edge.
Megg and Mogg are in Amsterdam and they are getting very, very high.
Adrian's fallen on some hard times. Now he lives under the bridge.
Hey, dude! What's up? What's with the gun?
In this rousing visit to Flowertown, we find that Henry Hotchkiss is now petitioning to replace the faces on money with pictures of dogs.
Zot goes home to visit his sick mom and is reminded that sometimes it's just easier to keep your family in the dark. I mean, they love you, but will they ever really "get" you?
In this comic, Panayiotis Terzis draws an age of brutality and beauty. The pleasure comes out of the pain, and the pain comes out of the pleasure.
Johnny Ryan's semi-popular comic book saga Prison Pit is an animated movie now. He's been doing comics for VICE for the last 34 years, so we are morally obligated to promote any project he has a hand in.
Megg and Mogg are on their way to Amsterdam and are taking all sorts of great pill combinations to deal with the flight. This comic will be very funny to anyone who's ever ridden a plane before.
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