Blood flows and things explode in this comic about Polish gangsters.
A canine couple named Yorna and Schmulie take Fuck Action™ pills to "make the mundane magical—no sex necessary!" To spice up their day, they head over to IKEA for some hot and bothered shopping.
A statue marries a snake and her sister statues are concerned in this beautiful watercolor comic by Italian cartoonist, Ceclia Valagussa.
Goteblüd is bested and humiliated in a real sexy wrestling match.
Phil the rich Colombian punk kid and his pet Henry decide to do a punk band!
VICE art editor Nick Gazin sorts the collectibles wheat from the chaff, from weird romance comics to Ed Templeton's newest photo zine.
Alphonse built a miniature castle for his pet frogs to live in but Jean Phillipe isn't having it.
Australian cartoonist HTML FLOWERS tells a sad story about being hospitalized and trying to kill yourself with sugar.
We spoke to the legendary cartoonist (and VICE contributor) about the real-life family, friends, and celebrities who inspired the Hate series and his later work.
Who goes to see a movie at 9AM on a Sunday? Seniors, divorced parents, and boring tourists.
A family of civilized boars adopt a wild human and things quickly spiral out of control from there in this comic by Diego Cumplido.
Goteblud may have just found his competitive edge.
Phil the young Colombian punk goes out to where the real punks dwell—the streets.
Michael discusses his new book as a talk show guest in the final Michael comic on VICE.
Who are the monsters who control the substances we need to live? What do they do behind closed doors?
VICE art editor Nick Gazin sorts the comics wheat from the chaff in this week's installment.
"I'm not your drummer! You're my singer!"
BEEF JAMS follows a team of basketball-playing truckers and their all-American, anthropomorphic cheeseburger mascot named Phylo.
In today's comic from Norwegian cartoonist Ida Eva Neverdahl, Lulu Lulusen has her worst summer job ever, caring for baby red pandas.
Are the goat horns of your wrestling costume gushing blood? There's a convenient solution in this new Wuvable Oaf comic by Ed Luce.
VICE art editor Nick Gazin sorts the collectibles wheat from the chaff, reviewing the Jem doll, BB-8 toy, The Divine, Adult Contemporary, and a new Judge Dredd book.
Some asshole explains punk to a stoat in this comic by Colombian cartoonist Jim Pluk.
In today's comic by Stephen Maurice Graham, Michael discovers what could have been.
In today's installment of What We Mean By Yesterday, a guy holding a can of spray paint feels especially powerful—so he decides to become a cop.