While you stay home and animals roam cities and towns freely during coronavirus lockdowns, how are the sasquatches and the people who track them adjusting?
Time for your weekly edition of Drew Magary's Funbag. Today, we're talking about boogers, hot dogs, Fridays, very large monsters, and more.
An exhaustive taxonomy of monsters, ranked by freakiest lay.
Once-bustling rural communities are slowly decaying. With younger populations moving to cities, many small towns are fading away, much like their monster legends.
Filling my home with blood, bones, and mutant specimens in jars helped me make sense of being called a monster all my life.
In this bonus scene from The Trixie & Katya Show, the queens decide which horror monsters they match with.
A mysterious monster is eating everything in this creepy comic by Allison Conway.
The photographer Victor Llorente went to Union Square's "Haunted Subway" and captured the terror of an already terrifying mode of transportation.
This lactating monster is always the source of annoyance for his friends.