To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Koyama Press, we look back at the indie publisher's greatest hits.
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 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 Alex Schubert is returned by the kidnappers, his comic is being drawn by cartoonists praying for his safe return. This week, Matthew Houston captures the Boys as they try to do their taxes.
Until Alex Schubert gets out of jail for that prank of his that went tragically awry, his comics are being handled by cartoonists who survived his misguided joke. This week, the Blobbys are living in a Srirachi factory.
Until Alex's remains are identified by one of his ex-wives, his weekly comic is being drawn by a series of cartoonists looking to steal his throne. This week's is by Lauren Monger, internet comic superstar.
It's the final comic of Patrick Kyle's run of comics on VICE. TB is finally an adult, and he looks like one. Resolution!
In the new episode of Patrick Kyle's weekly run of comics on VICE, we see his characters transform and then transform again for one final time.
TB is a mess so Dingball cuts off parts of his head until he is employable.