Benjamin Marra ends his run on VICE with one final colorful and violent comic strip.
A private eye is investigating a young man's disappearance when he's drawn into a cult who occupy an abandoned hotel. What happens next is a blur.
Who are the monsters who control the substances we need to live? What do they do behind closed doors?
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.
In the second installment of our new comic series 'What We Mean by Yesterday,' artist Benjamin Marra shows us even women who shit in a field can get overwhelmed.
In our new comic series, 'What We Mean By Yesterday,' artist Benjamin Marra shows us the darker side of junior high.
Dear Comic Book Aficionados, the yearly MoCCA Fest was held again. Out of a sense of tradition, I attended it. I was not disappointed in my expectations of how much I would be disappointed. Here's a little photo diary of the things I saw that I liked...
'Real Deal Magazine' is one of the most influential comics of the 90s. It was violent, hilarious, and unapologetically black.