In guest illustrator Jesse Balmer's episode of "The Blobby Boys," we find Kristoff fixated on a cigarette ad at 3:14 AM.
Until we find Alex Schubert's rat-bitten corpse, we're letting other cartoonists tell stories with his characters. This one is by Tim Peacock, who made the Blobby Boys get famous and hate their success.
German cartoonist Anna Haifisch tells a tale of the Blobby Boys as tweens during the summer of 1998. They mostly spent their time indoors, at fat camp, and in a cultural exchange program.
Alex Schubert joined a cult and we rescued him back, but the deprogramming is taking FOREVER. Until he's back to his old shitty self, his comic is being guest-drawn by others. This week, artist Penelope Gazin does her feminine take on the Blobby Boys.
Alex Schubert is missing so guest artists are filling in for him. This week Jason Ramirez tells a story in which some Blobby Boy mice kill a very drunk Fashion Cat.
Alex Schubert is probably dead right? Otherwise he would be drawing his comic instead of this rotating cast of artists. This week's is by Sharmila Banerjee.
Until Alex Schubert's water-logged carcass is dredged out of some sewer, his comic is being drawn by other artists. This week's guest artist is Sophia Foster-Dimino.
Until the remains of Alex Schubert's fishing boat are found, we are keeping the flame of hope alive by having guest artists fill in for him. This week the Blobby Boys get signed by Gene Simmons and it's the worst thing that ever happened to them.
Until Alex Schubert rises from the grave, his comic is being drawn by guest artists. This week, it's the famed and celebrated Sammy Harkham. He shows the Blobby Boys dealing with a realistic and sad experience.
Alex Schubert is MIA again this week. Filling in for him is comics legend Ron Regé, Jr. This week's comic has more political outrage then ever before seen in Fashion Cat.
Until Alex Scuhbert can kick his addiction to whippets (the dog breed), his comic will be guest-drawn by other talented artists. This one is by Antone Cossé.