Megg is stoner witch, Mogg is her boyfriend cat, and Owl is the nebbish roommate whom they treat like garbage. In this week's installment Megg forces Owl to call up their drug dealer.
Francis Bear is like Winnie-the-Pooh—if Pooh Bear ate fast food instead of honey, loved beer, and regularly caused car crashes.
When we left the band last week Animal was off getting hammered with some asshole named Kieth who works down at the marina. Will she be able to sober up in time to play her first show?
In this episode we discover the meaning of the enigmatic phrase "code green" in the beginning of a violent brawl between the Blobby Boys and the police! Who will win? Nobody knows, but the Blobby Boys will definitely win.
Flowertown is an idyllic American town populated by zaftig, nubile ladies, and odd-looking creepy dudes. Let's go there together as a police officer confronts a panty thief who has just called a bomb scare into a laundromat.
Megg is a witch, Mogg is her cat/boyfriend. Together they get high and are a constant source of frustration for their roommate, Owl, who is trying his very hardest to hold it together. In this episode one of the gang has worms! Can you solve the mystery o…
This week's Weediquette is a special treat from the talented artist and musician Steve Teare, who turned a Weediquette story into a comic.
Guntit is loading in for their set at Club Scrotum, but again—Animal is nowhere to be found. Will she turn up before the band's soundcheck?
The rookie cop is in for a surprise when dispatch calls in a code green in this week's installment of Blobby Boys.
In the second installment of Rick Altergott's Flowertown, USA, the new girl in town gets quite a scare at the laundromat.
Welcome to the newest weekly strip in our ongoing mission to ramp up the number of comics on VICE.com. Today we are proud to present Megg, Mogg, and Owl, a comic by Simon Hanselmann that will run on this website every Monday for forever.
Artist Lale Westvind's new comic explores one woman's ultimate sex fantasy—a museum full of sex, death, and shit.
How did Anne get her life together and join Guntit? Find out in this week's episode of Band for Life.
After having his hands cut off by Adrian, the asshole with the stupid haircut considers retaliating against the Boys.
Here is the premiere of VICE's new weekly comic, Flowertown USA, by Rick Altergott. It's about a quaint American town populated by the most repulsive oddballs you can imagine. It's a lot like an early John Waters movie.
Clams don't have dicks, drink alcohol, or smoke weed, but they do discover that their girlfriends cheated on them through Instagram.
In this week's episode of Band for Life, Animal tells the story of how she learned to play the drums while locked up for assault.
This week on Blobby Boys, the boys land a spot on a local TV show, but tensions run high when Adrian threatens to cut off their drummer's hands.
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, dumb ass! It's an alien coming down to kill you because you're sitting in your car stoned as hell.
It's the night of Guntit's first big show but the band can't find Animal. Will she make it to the gig on time?
Nothing like spending a day eating pills with your bandmates in the park.
Print is dying. People are creating zines. Nobody will reblog my Tumblr post. Light the Bat-Signal, Commissioner Gordon! We need Batman!
In this week's installment of Band for Life, the day of Guntit's first show has arrived, but Animal, the band's drummer, is fighting to keep it together.
This week's installment of Blobby Boys has been hijacked by Fashion Cat.