LeBron, Shaquille, Kobe, McHale—all your favorite NBA stars sucking slimy alien cocks.
What do you do when your dealer is spending time with his stupid and ugly kids? You search the cushions for weed crumbs and become very depressed.
School sucks for most kids, so imagine how much it sucks for a smelly, green pickle.
The second major story line of Band For Life seems to be starting now. Renato is with some new lady and thinking about when he first met the singer of his band—back when they were working at a vitamin shop or something.
Just have a seat on this couch and Mr. Milligan will be right with you.
While the Blobby Boys are away, the Fashion Cat will play. In this episode, Fashion Cat is in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, when he discovers that he will never be cool again.
Flowertown, USA, is the ideal American town—except when a panty bandit is on the loose. In this episode, Miss Juniper gets her underwear back from a kindly and horny policeman only to have her bike seat stolen by some other perv.
In this episode, Megg, the witch, Mogg, the cat, and Owl, the owl, go to Ikea. Things quickly get really gross and really romantic.
Every night, the peeper takes out his binoculars and spies on the woman he loves who lives across the street. Unfortunately for him, nobody loves a pervert.
Guntit have performed their first show. Now they're basking in the idiotic praise of their newfound fans.
A down-and-out publisher knows there's only one thing that can save his magazine—an interview with Fashion Cat.
Flowertown, USA, is a utopia that we'd all like to visit someday. It's like Lake Wobegon except all the women are zaftig, all the men are oddballs, and all the children are nonexistent. In this episode Detective Phil O'Dendron can tell that something is a…
In this episode, Megg, Mogg, and Owl FINALLY leave the house and go somewhere! They take a trip to the local laser tag hut with Werewolf Jones and Booger in tow. Hilarity ensues!
Tripping is fun—until you experience a bad trip and ride a bike down a hill and mistake your friend for an alien and nearly DIE.
Band for Life is a candy-colored comic about a rock band of ne'er-do-wells called Guntit and their attempts to keep it together. In this episode, Guntit's performance turns unsurprisingly violent, and Linda has to whomp some people.
It's the anniversary of Megg, the witch, and her cat boyfriend, Mogg. The nauseating way they celebrate makes their roommate want to vomit.
The Blobby Boys are three slimy guys who are in a band but act more like a gang. In this comic one of them has made a zine about chains and rocks, but are chains and rocks still cool?
Flowertown, USA, is a suburban utopia filled with the biggest pervs the human mind can conceive. When we left off last week a panty thief had called a bomb scare into a Laundromat and then got shot by the police while trying to surrender. What's going on…
We know every Sunday you tell your mom you're at church when you're really drunk off your ass at brunch, so for this week's Sunday comic, we had our pal James Harvey create a comic about Noah's ark.
Band for Life tells the fantastic tale of the trials and tribulations of a rock band called Guntit. In the last episode the drummer was too drunk to drum. Will she get it together this week? Sort of!
The Blobby Boys are slimy green guys in a rock band that's really more of a street gang. In this episode they wage a war with the cops that ends with the Blobby Boys possibly dead or missing. Who will survive? What will be left of them?
Flowertown, USA is a lost vision of utopia that we all wish we could go to when things are tough. And fortunately, once a week we can! Read this comic and get lost in Flowertown as a panty thief is gunned down in the street by some cops for mysterious rea…
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.