It's Christmas in Los Angeles, so Fashion Cat rides his motorcycle to the Observatory to meet with God.
Featuring Jonny Negron, Jesse Moynihan, Gilbert Hernandez, Dick Briefer, and more.
Today we premiered Patrick Kyle's first weekly comic on VICE, so I decided to check in with him to see how he's doing. It turns out that the way he is doing is feeling incredibly irritated with me.
Vigilante is a superhero and he needs a sidekick, but all the hopeful talent is sorely wanting.
In this comic for tomboys, Stephanie Hurtado tells us about the trials and tribulations of being a tomboyish female dog and putting up with bird ladies passing judgement.
Roy, a chubby and naive manboy, is meeting his maker, Gilbert "Beto" Hernandez. Beto is still apologizing for his interview on VICE from two weeks ago.
A comic about death, loss, grieving, friends, and waking up drunk.
Eggwater is a comic about this little dude who finds himself in weird scenarios for no apparent reason. And although he's cute, he definitely has some issues.
It's the final weekly Flowertown comic and all the characters are arguing amongst themselves. (Worry not, Flowertown fans, it will be continuing as a monthly comic on this site.)
Werewolf Jones is lonely, drunk, and not all that apologetic about spreading his STD around.
A new comic by Valentine Gallardo about a dreamy party, a third eye, and being young.
Roy and the Devil are reading the interview that VICE did with Gilbert "Beto" Hernandez last week, and they're fucking steamed!
Leslie is taking a meditative bath and trying to come up with today's comic.
Earlier this week, the Senate released a report on the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" (torture) techniques. The tactics in this comic were used by the agency at black sites around the world.
Fashion Cat is sitting around busting on basics until he's confronted by the eternal question: "Am I, myself, a basic?"
Henry Hotchkiss lives in an outhouse in Doofus's backyard in exchange for cleaning his toilets.
Megg, Mogg, and Owl are still in Amsterdam, experiencing all the sad, weird things it has to offer. All they really care about is getting high.
A bunch of stuffed animals get up to mischief in a comic by Australian cartoonist Greg Mackay.
If you like comics at all you probably know GIlbert Hernandez, our new weekly comics contributor. If you don't know Gilbert Hernandez than you should fix that.
Our new weekly cartoonist is venerated comic book legend Gilbert Hernandez, one half (and sometimes one third) of the team of brothers who make Love and Rockets.
This week, Leslie takes a look back to being a nine-year-old runway model at a mall in 1991. It is the cutest thing you'll ever see.
You don't think it's weird that a big bag of money has a pair of huge tits growing out of it?
Fashion Cat is concerned about his future. How does Snoopy make it look so easy?
Henry and Doofus are joining a life of low-down criminal activity in the seedy underbelly of Flowertown.